Discover all activities available at St. Moritz and surrounding area during your winter holidays. Activities, entertainment, fun, sports, things to do...
Since the first snowfall in St. Moritz you can enjoy sledding slopes, an activity which amuses both children and adults. In the region there are 3 official sledding slopes, although any snowy slope can turn into an adventure if you take a sledge with you. If you want to make a booking in the official sledding slopes, please contact us and we will help you with your reservation. [ More information ]
St. Moritz is the centre of the horse riding in the Alps. A multitude of equestrian events and horse races are held each year, with the exception of the most famous polo tournaments. Despite the cold mountains, St. Moritz takes pride in its conveniences and welfare the horses enjoy, due to the great service is offered by the village stables. The children will be able to get their first horse riding experience, as special activities are organized for them. Near the village S-chanf you will find a stable to realize activities for the entire family. Walks, amicable horse races, horse riding instructors, etc. Contact us and we will give you all the relevant information related... [ More information ]
The gorgeous scenery which St. Moritz and the Upper Engadine provide us deserves a moment of contemplation. Relax and let yourself to be carried away by the horses, making a relaxing excursion around a frozen lake, the primeval snowy forests, or the extensive valley of the Upper Engadine. A magic experience if you want to immerse yourself in alpine nature, and enjoy moments of peace and tranquillity. The routes of Horse Carriage Rides are personalised, and the options are endless, but these are a few routes which we recommend you to realize: St. Moritz Bad From St. Moritz Bad we can take a horse carriage and go on a precious excursion through the Stazerwald forest,... [ More information ]
Ice fishing in the Engadin is a delightful experience: frozen Lake Sils offers the perfect spot for enjoying a few hours of total relaxation, surrounded by nature. Wrapped in windproof clothing, you walk out onto the ice, which is about 40 cm thick. Not too far, because the fish you hope to catch does not live in the middle of the lake, 80 m deep, but favours the lake bed near the shore. This is the lake trout, also known as the namaycush, introduced from Canada; local authorities have determined that its numbers need to be reduced. As the juveniles closely resemble young Arctic char, you call to mind the features that distinguish the two species – especially pigmentation of... [ More information ]