Discover all activities available at St. Moritz and surrounding area during your winter holidays. Activities, entertainment, fun, sports, things to do...
With nearly 70 km of cross-country ski runs, the alpine ski area of Courchevel ski resort is a paradise for cross-country skiers of all levels, both traditional practitioners and skaters. During your holiday or weekend in the mountains, put on your Nordic skis and set off on the free groomed slopes in the different villages, supervised by an instructor or on your own. The different levels of difficulty for the slopes are categorised by colour, just like the downhill ski runs. Courchevel’s cross-country ski area includes about 2 km of green runs, 12 km of blue runs, 13 km of red runs and 7 km of black runs. COURCHEVEL 1650 MORIOND SKI SCHOOL, OVER 60 YEARS OF SKI TRAINING... [ More information ]
Dare to contemplate The Upper Engadine from the sky. The activity begins with the collection of the customers from their hotel, apartament or accommodation. You will be transferred to the jump point, very close to the Corviglia station, at 2486 m. height. While the team prepares, enjoy the spectacular panoramic views along the way to the villages of The Upper Engadine. From there a leap into emptiness which let us move around the snowy landscape and enjoy the best possible views of St. Moritz. If you wish, a professional will take photographs and make a video during the flight. The landing is made in an area that set aside for that purpose, near St. Moritz lake. The equipment is collected,... [ More information ]
St. Moritz is the centre of the horse riding in the Alps. A multitude of equestrian events and horse races are held each year, with the exception of the most famous polo tournaments. Despite the cold mountains, St. Moritz takes pride in its conveniences and welfare the horses enjoy, due to the great service is offered by the village stables. The children will be able to get their first horse riding experience, as special activities are organized for them. Near the village S-chanf you will find a stable to realize activities for the entire family. Walks, amicable horse races, horse riding instructors, etc. Contact us and we will give you all the relevant information related... [ More information ]
Ice skating is an activity which cannot be missing in any ski resort. An ideal way to enjoy for both children and adults. When the winter comes, the Lake of St. Moritz freezes and turns into a huge natural ice rink (0.78 km²). Immediately hundreds of tourists and inhabitants of St. Moritz rush to the rink with their ice skating equipment. There are security staff who monitor y control the quality and quantity of lake ice, and it is prohibited to carry out any activity until it is completely safe. In addition to a frozen lake, in St. Moritz are placed almost 20 ice skating rinks, both natural and artificial. Some hotels with ice skating... [ More information ]
The ice climbing is an extreme activity only suitable for the most adventurous. In Engadine there is an artificially maintained ice wall, with a length of 100 metres and inclination between 70 and 100 degrees. It is known as Corn da Diavolezza. Every year an event is held where 25 European teams compete with each other to be the fastest at conquering the impressive Corn da Diavolezza. It is necessary to be an experienced climber to carry out this activity. If you accept the challenge you can contact us and we will send you the details of the activity, including snowbike transfer to the climbing place. Corn da Diavolezza is open since mid-December until the... [ More information ]
Ice fishing in the Engadin is a delightful experience: frozen Lake Sils offers the perfect spot for enjoying a few hours of total relaxation, surrounded by nature. Wrapped in windproof clothing, you walk out onto the ice, which is about 40 cm thick. Not too far, because the fish you hope to catch does not live in the middle of the lake, 80 m deep, but favours the lake bed near the shore. This is the lake trout, also known as the namaycush, introduced from Canada; local authorities have determined that its numbers need to be reduced. As the juveniles closely resemble young Arctic char, you call to mind the features that distinguish the two species – especially pigmentation of... [ More information ]