Discover all activities available at St. Moritz and surrounding area during your winter holidays. Activities, entertainment, fun, sports, things to do...
Medical therapy centre which combines the most advanced medical technologies with the properties of millennium-old water. A team of experienced doctors and therapists design comprehensive individual programs, according to the needs of each client. From revitalizing programs with mineral carbonated baths to relaxation programs. The programs have positive effects on rheumatism, back pain, osteoarthritis, hypertension, blood pressure, blood circulation, etc. All your spiritual, mental and body’s needs, will be taken care of in the MTZ Spa of St. Moritz. Physiotherapy Traditional physiotherapy Sports physiotherapy Craniosacral therapy Aquatic therapy Intensive therapy Massages Classical massage Manual lymph drainage Reflexology Warm stone therapy Sports massage Baths Baths with St. Moritz spring mud Baths... [ 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 ]
The snowkiting is one of the latest winter sports which has come to St. Moritz, where it has been practised since 1991. The lakes of St. Moritz and Silvaplana freeze when winter comes, and turn into a perfect setting for snowkiting, without trees, rocks and obstacles which can hinder with the activity. It is ideal for young adventurers who are seeking for an overdose of adrenalin. The snowkiting consist of a board similar to those of snowboard and a kite which uses the wind power to make the sportsman glide on snow or ice. This is a sport similar to the kitesurfing but on the snow. If you have never practised this activity, you will... [ More information ]
Freeriding: for you, that means skiing or snowboarding in its original and purest form. A direct encounter with nature, the chance to give your creativity free rein ‒ and the occasion to sharpen all your senses to take in every detail of your surroundings. For safe riding, enthusiasts need to develop an acute awareness of the risks involved at every moment: and it is precisely this challenge that gives the sport its unique appeal. [ More information ]
With nearly 70 km of cross-country ski runs, the alpine ski area of Courchevel ski resort is a paradise for cross-country skiers of all levels, both traditional practitioners and skaters. During your holiday or weekend in the mountains, put on your Nordic skis and set off on the free groomed slopes in the different villages, supervised by an instructor or on your own. The different levels of difficulty for the slopes are categorised by colour, just like the downhill ski runs. Courchevel’s cross-country ski area includes about 2 km of green runs, 12 km of blue runs, 13 km of red runs and 7 km of black runs. COURCHEVEL 1650 MORIOND SKI SCHOOL, OVER 60 YEARS OF SKI TRAINING... [ More information ]
The «St. Moritz Design Gallery» in the Serletta car park, located between the train station, the lake and the Palace Hotel. In the Serletta car park, located between the train station, the lake and the Palace Hotel. This particular art gallery is open twenty-four-seven every day of the year and sees one million visitors a year. 31 large illuminated vitrines, displaying valuable posters and photographs, line the pedestrian walkway and elevator that run down to the lake from the Badrutt's Palace Hotel. Eye-catching posters showcasing varying themes entertain passers-by around the clock in this unexpected art gallery. [ More information ]