St. Moritz – Corviglia, your guarantee for truly impressive experiences
A winter sports jewel in the heart of the Alps
The ski area of St. Moritz – Corviglia has hosted two Winter Olympic Games, five Ski World Championships, one Snowboard World Championship and countless World Cup races. Always-reliable snow conditions and the uniquely beautiful alpine scenery of the Upper Engadin mountains make Corviglia one of the most popular ski destinations in the Alps.
A special tip for early risers: The first lifts start running at 7:45 AM. Which means, you can already enjoy your first rides across freshly groomed carpets of pristine snow in the early morning hours. Around 150 kilometers of pistes and variety-packed pistes await you. Including the world’s very first Yoga Piste, guaranteed to captivate sports lovers.
Impressions of the pistes and freeriding
The right piste no matter how you like to ride
Blue-, red- and black-rated pistes, as far as the eye can see
St. Moritz – Corviglia offers skiers, snowboarders and freeriders a wide selection of pistes and runs along with all levels of difficulty. Which makes the ski area very attractive and a popular holiday destination, especially for families.
You can also look forward to lots of extras that add to your fun on the piste. Thanks to the UYN Speedcheck, you can check your speed on a closed-off timing hill. The Crowland Snowpark, with separate ski-cross courses, entices experienced riders with exhilarating banked turns, exciting jumps and a huge adrenaline rush.
For big and small beginners, there is a First Steps Training Area. Here, you can take your first steps on skis and make your first turns in the snow in absolute safety.
Nature is fragile
And sometimes dangerous
Skiservice Corvatsch is happy to welcome you to one of the most beautiful areas in the Alps. Our valleys and forests are wonderful recreation areas, though simultaneously a habitat for numerous wild animals.
In order for the next generation to enjoy our valley, we support measures and regulations intended to protect nature and wildlife. Please obey and respect notices for “wildlife quiet zones” as well as other measures to preserve our incomparable nature.
Nature also comes with risks: Ask about gear designed to enhance your safety, prepare your tours in detail, learn about avalanche danger and other potential hazards, and potentially find an experienced ski instructor or mountain guide to accompany you.