Discover all activities available at St. Moritz and surrounding area during your winter holidays. Activities, entertainment, fun, sports, things to do...
Date 21.−23.August 2020 Passione Engadina reaches its eight edition with important changes and its constant leitmotif: bringing to St. Moritz and the Engadine the beauty of Italian tradition, taste and style together with historical cars exclusively manufactured in Italy. [ More information ]
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. Tobogganing slopes and pites Various shorter tobogganing slopes and pistes offer fun for the whole family, and can easily be incorporated into a leisurely winter walk. Pontresina -Languard toboggan run in the village centre Maloja -Toboggan run by the tow lift and in... [ More information ]
Bobsleigh is a very important sport for St. Moritz, as it was here that this fascinating winter olympic sport was invented, at the end of the nineteenth century. Olympic bobsleigh run in St. Moritz / Celerina was inaugurated in the year 1904, and it is the world’s only ice-natural bobsleigh run. All other runs of Europe, North America or Japan have to be artificially frozen. Olympic bobsleigh run (simply called bob run) is 1722m. long, it takes just 75 seconds to cover. In the track 135 km / h maximum speed and a power of up to 4.5 G can be achieved. It has been the venue of 2 Olympic competitions and numerous sport events.... [ More information ]
The Cresta Run was inaugurated during 1884-1885 winter season and since then it is very popular among the visitors of St. Moritz. Covering the Cresta Run is fascinating, an adventure with a small hint of danger which will make your adrenaline level rise instantly. It is obvious: anyone who tries it once will want to repeat it again and again. The Cresta Run is covered lying in a skeleton (simple sled), reaching speeds from 90 to 140 km / h. If you have never used a skeleton, an instructor for beginners is available who will teach you the main techniques. And if you like this sport it shall be possible to join the private club... [ More information ]
Ice skating is an activity which cannot be missing in any ski resort. An ideal way to enjoy for both children and adults. When the winter comes, the Lake of St. Moritz freezes and turns into a huge natural ice rink (0.78 km²). Immediately hundreds of tourists and inhabitants of St. Moritz rush to the rink with their ice skating equipment. There are security staff who monitor y control the quality and quantity of lake ice, and it is prohibited to carry out any activity until it is completely safe. In addition to a frozen lake, in St. Moritz are placed almost 20 ice skating rinks, both natural and artificial. Some hotels with ice skating... [ More information ]