Corvatsch is the sports mountain of the Engadin. You will find steep and challenging slopes, and lots of areas for freeriding, but families and less experienced skiers are also well catered for. The Hahnensee run from Corvatsch to St. Moritz Bad is a classic and is regarded as the best run in the Engadin. Powder snow until well into the springtime is the norm here.
The sledging run from Muottas Muragl winds in 20 exciting bends down from the top station to the valley station and is open every day from 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sledges are available for hire. On the Philosophers' Trail at Muottas Muragl, you can immerse yourself not only in the ideas of the great philosophers but also in the fantastic winter scenery.
St. Moritz Corviglia/Piz Nair – Marguns
Glamour and glittering snow in the sunshine – that’s Corviglia/Piz Nair/Marguns. And of course ski runs, mountain restaurants, huts, snow bars and more slopes. For young and old – beginners and experts. On the wide slopes of Corviglia/Piz Nair/Marguns you can find everything you are dreaming of. And you always feel as if you are skiing right towards the sun, into the deep blue Engadin sky.
Aela: The steepest T-bar lift in the Engadin and an insiders' secret for freeriders. But be careful: never follow in someone's tracks if you have no idea where they are going, because there are a few cliff-edges that are not suitable for beginners!
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