Champagne Climate Claire Erskine, Product Manager

"If you’re looking for an ideal day in St Moritz take some warm up runs on the sunny and perfectly groomed slopes of Corviglia before heading over to Corvatsch for a bit of variety. From the top of Piz Corvatsch cruise down the glacier slope with stunning views of the Bernina massif. After all this you’ll deserve dinner at the Kuhstall, an original cow barn that turns into a gourmet dinner place at night."

St Moritz Ski Holidays

St. Moritz is world renowned for the type of exclusive skiing enjoyed by the rich and famous, an enclave where beautiful people congregate to ski and be seen.

St. Moritz lies nestled in the stunning Engadin valley in the South East of Switzerland and has long been a destination for the international jet-set. This is a picture postcard town complete with towering mountains, a beautiful lake and an average of 322 days of sunshine every year.

The ski area is perfect for intermediate skiers, with an arterial network of red runs covering the 350km of groomed pistes, while beginner skiers should make their way over to the green runs in Salastrains and Corviglia.

Expert skiers should not be dissuaded by the lack of pisted black runs as St. Moritz boasts some incredible and varied off-piste skiing that is readily accessible and seldom skied.

There are opulent restaurants and glamorous shops everywhere so non-skiers are very well catered for here, with the world famous Cresta Run always worth a visit to watch the fearless hurtle down, if you can tear your eyes from the stylish locals.

Important information
Ski Area Engadin: 350km
Ski Range 1800-3303m
Blue Runs 18
Red Runs 55
Black Runs 10
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Distance from airports
Zurich 3hr15mins
Zurich (ski rail transfer) 3hr40mins
Calais (ski drive) 599 miles