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St. Moritz

Overview

St Moritz is one of the most famous ski resorts in the world and it’s not difficult to see why, with its fascinating heritage, idyllic lakeside location and stunning scenery it acts like a magnet for the chic and fashionable visitor. Boasting unparalleled history and heritage as a winter holiday destination, St Moritz offers an attractive mix of nature and culture.


Skiing, Shopping, Sunshine and Champagne

St. Moritz is a big draw for keen skiers. It's one of the most traditional Alpine locations you'll find in Europe and its fantastic location means it receives over 300 days of sunshine per year as well as great snow records. These elements, combined with the incredible Upper Engadine landscape, are the reason that this legendary resort has become synonymous with style, elegance and class over the years. Often defined by charming, elegant and chic, St. Moritz benefits from a 'champagne climate' with constant sunshine over all sides of the resort, and, boasting 34 mountain restaurants, there's something for even the most discerning of tastes.

Feel the sun on your face as you power down the smooth slopes of the resort. You'll be in powder heaven with up to 350km of pistes and 25 modern lifts available - there's fun and excitement guaranteed for everyone! The St. Moritz ski area is renowned for its variety; from free ride runs to spacious nursery slopes, it truly is the perfect place for the whole family to enjoy. For those experienced skiers, there is a World Cup run off Corviglia to St. Moritz Dorf for an adrenaline fuelled descent, and there are also some more difficult and adrenaline-pumping runs around Piz Nair, which can be accessed from the village.

Apres ski ladies in St Moritz
Snow village St Moritz

St Moritz is the world capital of winter glitz and attracts a clientele with the kind of stratospheric incomes only otherwise found in the famed hangouts of the rich and richer, Courchevel and Megève

Polo players in St Moritz