Ski area Celerina
The St. Moritz ski area offers a total of 350 kilometres of piste. The 57 lifts offer ideal access to the network's largest ski area. This includes the Corviglia, Corvatsch and Diavolezza ski areas, as well as several smaller areas offering a great time on first-rate pistes. At altitudes between 1,730 - 3,303 m, modern lifts take all winter sports fans to their destinations, whether piste or gourmet temple. World championship runs lead you to Celerina and Furtaschellas is especially suited to families with its simple pistes. At "Piz Corvatsch" you can expect alpine scenery with wide glacier slopes. The longest run is the "Diavolezza-Morteratsch" at 10 km, but it's only suitable for very good skiers. "Grischa-Celerina", at 7 km, is the intermediate version. Black pistes include "Olympia" and "Piz Lagalb", which is only suitable for experienced skiers with its steep northern face, deep snow area and buckle pistes. A particular natural spectacle can be experienced on the run over the Morteratsch glacier, which is exclusive to experienced skiers. Snowboarders will also get their money's worth. Between Corviglia and Marguns is a fantastic snow park with quarter pipe, tables, slides, rails, jumps and fun box. Other areas also ensure fun with half-pipes, snow parks or boarder cross.
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Expert rating report Celerina
The rating report Celerina comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.
(4.6 out of 5 stars)