Ski area of St. Moritz – Guide with the best expert tips!

Ski slopes in St. Moritz

The best insider tips for the ski area of St. Moritz – with information about slopes, for beginners or pros, fun parks, black runways and an interactive slope map! The choice of slopes is very extensive in St. Moritz – the ski area has got 350 kilometres of perfect slopes to offer! With automated snow systems, the ski area of St. Moritz is very snow safe and the varied slopes are a dream for every fan of winter sports! To make sure you always find the best slopes for your personal requirements, our ski expert Sebastian Uhland tested the area and compiled everything you need to know in this handy guide! 1. Diavolezza / Lagalb (for advanced and sporty people) The varied slopes of Diavolezza / Lagalb will lead you over glacier tongues and if you want to ski here you should be an advanced and conditioned skier. Skiing in this area is challenging, but you will be rewarded with great views over the peaks! Top tip: After Moreratsch you can find here the longest slope with a length of 10 kilometres –being an advanced skier is a must! 2. Corvatsch (for adrenalin junkies) Go to the top station of the Alps where you will be rewarded with a magnificent alpine panorama, which could not be more beautiful. The ski runs in Corvatsch are challenging and during the 9 kilometres long track from Corvatsch via the Hahnensee you should have a good stamina. Top tip: At the Corvatsch you will also find the longest illuminated night slope – it is very romantic! 3. Corviglia (for families, with world cup slopes) Throughout the area of Corviglia you find challenging slopes of world cup quality. However, at the same time you can take it a bit slower on the long chill out 3 kilometre slope. Families especially will enjoy it, to ride together down the gentle hill. Top tip: Ski on the white carpet – get up early and be the first one on the slope! Short after sunrise you can ski here on the untouched slopes in silence! 4. Corviglia snow park (for snowboarder and free rider) There is also one of the worlds best snow parks at the Corviglia. This snow park offers 30 obstacles and fun is guaranteed. This snow park has something to offer for all riders, from beginner to pro! Top tip: Kids can also try their first time on the snow here! 5. Pizzet Zouz (panoramic skiing) The runs of Zuozer Hausberg are said to be the most beautiful runs of the area. When you get off the chairlift you can admire the whole valley from the top and continue whilst you are going down the mountain. Top tip: There is also a fun park in Zuoz, which is especially great for children and families. 6. Languard Potresina (for children and beginners) On the beginners slopes of the Languard in Pontresina beginners and kids can learn how to ski in a relaxed style. The broad and gentle hills will make sure you get down safe and secure – without building a high pace. Top tip: In Christins in Silvaplana you find another area for beginner and children. 7. Muottas Muragl (alternative winter sports possibilities) In Muottas Muragls you will find a variety of choices for alternative winter sports. These include, snowshoe trekking and winter hiking throughout a fabulous winter wonderland. You can admire the romantic panoramic views that you will thoroughly enjoy! Top tip: For a little bit more action you find here a rapid sledge slope – fun for the whole family!