The glamorous resort of St Moritz is frequented by the rich and famous and boasts an international reputation for its chic and exclusive ambience.
St Moritz has a ‘champagne’ climate, basking in sunshine an average of 322 days a year. At an altitude of over 1850m, overlooking the stunning lake, the resort offers an immaculately kept ski area with 350km of groomed pistes and is host to the famous Polo World Cup tournament on the frozen lake and home to the famous Cresta Run.
The resort caters well for both keen skiers and non-skiers alike and is separated into two main areas, the fashionable ‘Dorf’, with its designer shops, and the quieter area ‘Bad’. St Moritz is ideal for intermediate skiers, with red runs predominantly covering the area. For beginners, there are two areas in Salastrains and Corviglia, while the varied off-piste makes up for the limited challenges for advanced skiers on piste. Known for its elegance and perfection, St Moritz offers excellent restaurants, stylish bars and exclusive shops.
- Important information
Ski Area 350km of piste Blue Runs 18 Red Runs 61 Black Runs 9 Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season Off-season
- Snow report
10cm Last snowfall
- A mixture of sun, cloud and snow showers
10/22 Lifts open
- Piste conditions
- Good skiing on well groomed pistes
- Runs to resort:
- Distance from airports
Zurich 3hr15mins Zurich (ski rail transfer) 3hr45mins Calais (ski drive) 648 miles