Whether it is the charm of Gstaad and St. Moritz or the splendid view of the towering Matterhorn mountain on the classic wooden houses of Zermatt, every athlete has dreams of skiing the Swiss Alps.
Some skiers like the first track in fresh dough, others prefer groomed trails, but whether it’s the adrenaline rush of a narrow piste at dizzy dizziness or a wide cruiser with a look Panoramic, you’re never far from a mountain that offers it.
Contrary to what you may have heard, not everyone here is skiing like James Bond, and the majestic mountains are not just for professionals. Most resorts have easy excursions and excellent academic programs.
One of the world’s oldest and most popular winter sports resorts, St. Moritz hosted twice the Winter Olympics, in 1928 and 1948, and its ski paths and ski slopes were often the locations of world ski events.
However, St. Moritz is not just for professionals and Olympians. Its more than 20 elevators bring skiing to terrain for all skill levels, and it is known for some of Switzerland’s best intermediate terrain, with some very long intermediate runs.
Take the Corviglia Mountain Railway from town to Corviglia, at an altitude of 2,486 meters, for pristine skiing and sweeping views of the Alps. From St. Moritz Bad, on the shores of the lake, you can take Signalbahn to the Signalkuppe ski area, which is 2,150 m long.
St. Moritz is known for its smart social life – expensive, but you’ll find family-friendly accommodation here and a few more minutes Silvaplana, which has a gentle kid-friendly slope and an elevator as well as cables Hanging guests up Corvatsch ski area.
Moritz has more activities in the winter, including ice rinks, toboggan rides, Nordic skiing, skiing and kite skiing. On January 26-28, 2018, Saint Moritz hosted the World Cup. In February every year White Turf St. Moritz is a snowboarding event that includes the only skijoring race in the world and the St. Moritz Ice Cricket event attracts cricket stars from around the world.