Mountain Biking in Engadin St. Moritz
Corviglia is THE paradise for mountain bikers in the Engadin. From rank beginners through to professional riders – everyone will find trails to match their skill level here.
There are 400 kilometres of signposted mountain bike trails in the Engadin. For undiminished biking thrills! Some of the most beautiful trails can be found on Corviglia, the local mountain to St. Moritz. It has everything to warm a biker's heart: enticing and seductive flow trails, technically demanding Alpine trails as well as simple single trails and tracks for beginners. And this, embedded in the magnificent Engadin mountainscape. Stunning scenery with deep blue lakes down in the valley and the white mountain peaks all around is all part of the unforgettable mountain bike experience in St. Moritz.
To guarantee the maximum of downhill thrills, the cable cars will transport bikers up to the start of the trails from the valley floor. Anyone booking more than two nights in one of the participating hotels will even have their passenger and mountain bike transport included in the accommodation cost.
The Corviglia Flow Trails
Corviglia has already hosted two Olympic Winter Games and five Alpine World Ski Championships. Mountain bikers on the flow trails above St. Mortiz will be making their way along the very tracks that have been steeped in history. The three trails that have been constructed to blend perfectly into the terrain are a total of 8 kilometres long and drop over 950 metres in height.
Mountain bike trails on Piz Nair
Those bikers yearning for a more rugged and primal experience will find the terrain and trails around the Piz Nair to be perfect. These are also easily accessible by cable car. Once at the mountain station and the panorama restaurant at 3057 metres above sea level, various trails lead away through the impressive Alpine mountain landscape.
Piz Nair Sunrise
A highlight for early risers is the Piz Nair sunrise. Three times a season, the mountain cableways will transport bikers up in time to experience a sunrise high up on the mountain. The moment when the sun rises behind the summits and slowly turns night into day is an incomparable "wow" experience that needs to have been seen at least once.