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Information about the ski area
|Highest point:||3,057 m|
|Lowest point:||1,720 m|
|Altitude ski resort:||1,822 m|
|Lifts in total:||28|
|Pistes in total:||155 km|
|Ski routes:||8 km|
Ski vacations St. Moritz - fun in the snow and glamour!
EngadinThe sun-spoilt Engadin Upper Valley lies in the Graubünden canton. The region is separated into Upper Engadine and Lower Engadine, Upper Engadine being really impressive with its gorgeous landscape filled with lakes, forests and breathtaking glaciers. "Piz Bernina" is the only 4,000 m mountain in the eastern Alps. It is very impressive and, along with the majestic Morteratsch glacier, is located in Engadin. The region is not just the fount of "white winter holidays", but also the River Inn. The upper valley astonishes constantly with contrasts, which really distinguishes the famous resort of St. Moritz. St. Moritz is an annual destination for high society. In addition to modern and luxurious architecture, one can find many rustic farms and old Romanesque churches in the rest of Engadin.
St. Moritz is located at an altitude of approx. 1,800 m inmidst of Oberebgadin just above the Engadin Seenplatte. Being one of the winter sports resorts chosen by the famous people of the world, staying in impressive 5-star hotels, the traditional resort often is combined with the attributes exclusive and glamourous. The picturesque mountain landscape with idyllic lakes and massive 3,000-ers is often overlooked. The traditional Engadin cosyness is especially noticeable just outside St. Moritz-Dorf and St. Moritz-Bad in the Oberengadin area.
On the local mountain, the Corviglia/Piz Nair, you can choose between an unforgetable day inmidst of the world's high society in gourmet chef Reto Mathis' restaurant or in an attractive ski area with spectacular views. Additionally, St. Moritz has the only bob run with natural ice worldwide! Even though the resort has already been the event site of 4 Alpine Ski Championships and 2 Olympic winter games, it has already been decided that the FIS Alpine Ski Championship 2017 will take place in St. Moritz. Off-piste the centre invites you to stroll around in the various boutiques.