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Things to do in St. Moritz

Hiking Casino St. Moritz Giovanni Segantini Museum Gourmet Festival Shopping in Via Serlas and the town centre Glacier & Bernina Express Ovaverva Indoor Pool, Spa and Sports Centre Horse Riding Golf Muottas Muragl Sailing on Lake St. Moritz Kitesurfing on Lake Silvaplana Indoor Ice Skating Mountain biking / Powertrail Corviglia British Classic Car Meeting Stand Up Paddling on Lakes St. Moritz and Sils Swimming in Lej da Staz
Casino St. Moritz Ice skating Giovanni Segantini Museum Gourmet Festival Shopping in Via Serlas and the town centre Glacier & Bernina Express Hiking Corviglia Snowpark „Crowland“ Ski Touring Toboggan runs Cresta Run Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz – Celerina Horse-drawn carriages Curling Snow Polo World Cup Cricket on Ice Engadin Ski Marathon – the “Engadiner” Cross-country skiing White Turf – International horse racing

Experience

Hiking

A vantage point that makes a lasting impression – and it’s so easy to reach without effort. From the valley station at 1738 metres a.s.l., the funicular, built in 1907, takes you up to Muottas Muragl at 2456 metres in the shortest possible time.

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Casino St. Moritz

At 1850 meters above sea level, the air is already a bit thinner but in any case still good enough to try an evening game of roulette or blackjack.

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Giovanni Segantini Museum

An entire museum in St. Moritz is dedicated to Giovanni Segantini – the painter who died early in 1899 at the age of just 41.

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Gourmet Festival

The Gourmet Festival is the showcase for an international culinary elite, which every January attracts gourmets and foodies in droves to the Engadine. During the festival, St. Moritz celebrates a magnificent feast for the senses at 1882 metres a.s.l.

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Shopping in Via Serlas and the town centre

Small is beautiful... the Via Serlas shopping street in St. Moritz proudly competes with the largest shopping parades in the world.

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Glacier & Bernina Express

Two outstanding historic railway lines of the Rhaetian Railway are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, providing a railway and nature experience of a special kind.

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Ovaverva Indoor Pool, Spa and Sports Centre

St. Moritz owes its beginnings to its mineral springs. Already in the Middle Ages spa guests visited the high alpine mountain village.

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Horse Riding

All happiness on earth lies on the back of horses – a German proverb.

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Golf

Activity, fresh air and a unique round of 9-holes right on your doorstep: golfers spend their days on the Kulmpark course.

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Muottas Muragl

A vantage point that makes a lasting impression – and it’s so easy to reach without effort. From the valley station at 1738 metres a.s.l., the funicular, built in 1907, takes you up to Muottas Muragl at 2456 metres in the shortest possible time.

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Sailing on Lake St. Moritz

Sailing enthusiasts feel a thrill when the Maloja wind blows. In the summer months it regularly starts at midday and sweeps down valley across Lake St. Moritz.

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Kitesurfing on Lake Silvaplana

The unique lake landscape of the Upper Engadine attracts both spectators and water sports enthusiasts to its shores.

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Indoor Ice Skating

Carving pirouettes and figures or simply gliding leisurely over the ice - on the artificial ice rink of the Ludains Ice Arena classic winter sports are also very much the thing in summer.

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Mountain biking / Powertrail Corviglia

Mountain biking in the St. Moritz region and the Upper Engadine is in a world of its own.

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British Classic Car Meeting

One of the many highlights celebrating St. Moritz and its glamour is the British Classic Car Meeting which takes place once a year in July.

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Stand Up Paddling on Lakes St. Moritz and Sils

Stand up paddling (SUP) on the Engadine lakes is a perfect start to the day.

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Swimming in Lej da Staz

On a hot summer's day in the Engadine, the glistening lakes entice you to cool off and swim.

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Casino St. Moritz

At 1850 meters above sea level, the air is already a bit thinner but in any case still good enough to try an evening game of roulette or blackjack.

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Ice skating

Ice skating on Lake St. Moritz – the most beautiful natural ice rink in Switzerland – is a source of happiness not only for passionate skaters.

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Giovanni Segantini Museum

An entire museum in St. Moritz is dedicated to Giovanni Segantini – the painter who died early in 1899 at the age of just 41.

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Gourmet Festival

The Gourmet Festival is the showcase for an international culinary elite, which every January attracts gourmets and foodies in droves to the Engadine. During the festival, St. Moritz celebrates a magnificent feast for the senses at 1882 metres a.s.l.

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Shopping in Via Serlas and the town centre

Small is beautiful... the Via Serlas shopping street in St. Moritz proudly competes with the largest shopping parades in the world.

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Glacier & Bernina Express

Two outstanding historic railway lines of the Rhaetian Railway are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, providing a railway and nature experience of a special kind.

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Hiking

Winter hiking in St. Moritz and the Engadine means 150 kilometres of paths over frozen lakes, through snow-filled forests and valleys – pure enjoyment…

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Corviglia Snowpark „Crowland“

“Crowland”, the Corviglia Snowpark, is a real paradise for snowboarders and free skiers, located right next to the Corviglia mountain station and stretching down to Marguns.

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Ski Touring

The region of Graubünden and the Engadine with its magnificent mountain scenery is ideal for ski tours.

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Toboggan runs

It was in the winter of 1884/1885 that a group of British sledge enthusiasts decided to build an ice channel for their sporting pleasure, the legendary Cresta Run.

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Cresta Run

It was in the winter of 1884/1885 that a group of British sledge enthusiasts decided to build an ice channel for their sporting pleasure, the legendary Cresta Run.

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Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz – Celerina

Starting at the end of November, it takes three weeks to build the Olympic Bob Run St. Moritz – Celerina.

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Horse-drawn carriages

Thickly wrapped up under warm blankets and sheepskins, to the jingling of little bells – this is another way to explore and enjoy the winter landscape around St. Moritz.

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Curling

Some maintain the St. Moritz Curling Club to be the oldest curling club in Europe.

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Snow Polo World Cup

For three days at the end of January, the frozen Lake St. Moritz is the venue for the Snow Polo World Cup.

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Cricket on Ice

Cricket in winter, on an ice rink? First you’d have to come up with the idea. But the idea – born, according to legend, over a beer at the bar – seemed convincing and in 1988 the St. Moritz winter season was enriched by another sporting highlight.

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Engadin Ski Marathon – the “Engadiner”

As the second largest cross-country skiing event in the world, the Engadin Ski Marathon is a sporting event in a class of its own.

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Cross-country skiing

In winter, when the cross-country ski tracks stretch out endlessly into the distance, the Engadine is the undisputed dream destination for all fans of this sport thanks to guaranteed snow and impeccably-maintained tracks.

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White Turf – International horse racing

The White Turf St. Moritz meet has been held in the high-alpine valley since 1907.

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