Ski & Snowboard

The Upper Engadin is a true snow sports paradise.
In the four large, versatile ski Marguns / Corviglia / Piz Nair, Corvatsch, Diavolezza and Zuoz and five other small but special areas, winter sports enthusiasts 350 km of dreamlike slopes.
Thanks to the altitude and the modern snowmaking equipment Engadin St. Moritz is regarded as snow-sure. Snowboard freaks and freeriders come on Corvatsch at their expense.
34 mountain restaurants provide sustenance of holidaymakers and culinary diversity.


country skiing

In classic style or skating technique can be enjoyed on the over 220 km-variant groomed trails,
the beautiful and versatile Engadine landscape.
The trail network passes through the broad valley of the Engadine, over the frozen lakes
or into the mountains.
In March each year the world-famous Engadin Ski Marathon takes place
on which you are cordially invited to participate.



In winter, hiking trails and thunderstorms pass roads in white snow paths
that invite you to tobogganing transform.
Besides shorter descents and comfortable routes to the carriage there are in the region Engadin St. Moritz Tobogganing on Muottas Muragl official, in Sils, Bever, Madulain, Zouz or the Albula Pass or Preda Bergün.


Winter hiking trails

In the holiday region of Engadin / St. Moritz, you can explore a total of 150 km
of walking and hiking trails and enjoy the unique scenery.
We are happy to give you tips for beautiful routes through a winter wonderland.


ice sports

Ice Sports has an old tradition in the old Engadine. In winter there are iceplaces for curling,
hockey, curling and ice skating.
The places for ice skating are available for free. The curling and hockey pitches can be hired.



For many years, the only natural ice bobsleigh run in Europe offers guests the chance to roar under expert guidance through the ice channel. And who needs more thrills can plunge headlong into the Cresta Run.


Outdoor SportS

More and more people are looking to ski or ice climbing is a way to escape from everyday life. The mountaineering schools in the Upper Engadin offer guided tours of all difficulties, to enjoy the experience carefree can. And the SAC huts around the valley provide sustenance.