St. Moritz with its 5000 inhabitants lies 1822 m above sea level and is one of the most famous Spa Resorts and winter sports resorts in the middle of the lake dotted landscape of the Upper Engadine. St. Moritz is also a fashion metropolis - the elegant stores
with their international flair make window shopping a must - and well known for its night life. Well-known bar classics, new lounge bars and clubs with international flair turn the night into day.
How to get there
St. Moritz can be comfortably reached by car and is well connected to public transport. by Car: From Zurich: motorway A3/A13 direction Bellinzona - exit Thusis - main road Tiefencastel - Julierpass - Silvaplana - St. Moritz From Austria: motorway direction
Feldkirch - exit Landeck - main road - Martina - Zernez - St. Moritz by Train: Take a train of the Swiss Federal Railway (Schweizerische Bundesbahn, SBB) to Chur. Once there, change trains and take the Rhaetian Railway (Rhätische Bahn, RhB) to continue your
journey. by Aeroplane: The nearest airports are in Zurich, Innsbruck and the Engadin Airport. Distances: Zurich 200 km, Bern 300 km, Munich 300 km and Innsbruck 190 km.
A near infinite choice of trails and routes characterize the vacation and hiking paradise of St. Moritz. Many comfortable cable cars from and around the area of St. Moritz give access to the Piz Nair, Corvatsch and Diavolezza, three mountain peaks with an altitude
of more than 10.000 ft, and to numerous vantage points, such as Corviglia, Signal and Muottas Muragl, opening on breath-taking panoramic views. All these renowned mountain tops, like Corviglia and Muottas Muragl, are starting points for many panoramic hikes
whose magnificence and density is world-unique and which harbor many snug mountain restaurants, where visitors may relax, enjoying local specialties. Other than an almost unlimited amount of possibilities for individual hikes, St. Moritz and its neighboring
localities offer guided glacier and mountain tours as well as excursions centering on various topics (geology, botany...) during the summer season.
St. Moritz - Corviglia, Corvatsch, Diavolezza are synonymous with breathtaking and unforgettable skiing experiences. 60 modern transportation facilities open up on 350 km of snow covered runs at altitudes from 1800 to 3300 meters above sea level. There are
pistes in all levels of difficulties, from the well known skiing areas, offering close to everything, to the smaller family ski lifts. There are also the best conditions for cross country skiing, winter hiking, ice skating, sledding and much more. We take
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