Snow safari in the Engadine

Snow Safari is the best way to explore the Engadin.

Ski from Sils to Celerina on the most beautiful slopes of Corvatsch and Corviglia. The Snow Safari starts in Sils. It goes via Furtschellas towards Corvatsch and right up to 3,303 m above sea level.

Legendary Hahnensee run
From the Corvatsch top station, the roof of the Engadin, the tour takes you to the legendary Hahnensee piste and then down to St. Moritz Bad. On the other side of the valley, you cross into the Corviglia area. There, you‘ll visit Piz Nair and Trais Fluors before taking the long run down to Celerina.

16 options for refreshments
By the end, you will have covered about 88 kilometres on your skis. To fortify you during the Snow Safari, there are more than 16 restaurants and mountain huts. This means you can also enjoy the Snow Safari in leisurely fashion.

Facts and figures
2 three-thousanders, 9 dream pistes, 12 cableway rides, 88 piste kilometres, 4444 vertical metres
Tip for ambitious skiers
The snow safari goes on: After a short bus ride you reach the Lagalb with its wide slopes. On the other side of the valley you head up to the final run - the Diavolezza glacier run with final destination restaurant Morteratsch. Here you can enjoy the well-deserved drink or snack.

Conclusion: at least 99 piste kilometres, 6666 vertical metres and 22 possible hut stops.


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