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St. Moritz



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St. Moritz is one of the most renowned ski resorts in the world, located in the Engadine Valley of Switzerland. With a rich history dating back to its establishment as a summer spa destination in the mid-19th century, St. Moritz has evolved into a premier winter sports hub, hosting two Winter Olympics and numerous international skiing and snowboarding events. 

The resort is a combination of St. Moritz Dorf (Village) and St. Moritz Bad (Spa). 

The ski area of St. Moritz offers over 350 kilometers of slopes, catering to skiers and snowboarders of all levels. It features a range of pistes, from gentle runs suitable for beginners to challenging terrain for advanced skiers. 

The resort is well-connected to the ski area, with several lifts and cable cars directly accessible from both St. Moritz Dorf and St. Moritz Bad and the neighboring town of CELERINA to the Corviglia ski area. Two other ski areas under the St. Moritz banner can be accessed by quick ski bus from the town. 

The resort's high altitude also ensures good snow conditions throughout the season, with the resort level at 1800m there's a lot higher chance of long lasting ski-to-town return slopes. 

St. Moritz is known for its glamorous and vibrant après-ski scene. The village exudes a sophisticated ambiance, with luxurious hotels, high-end boutiques, and gourmet restaurants. Visitors can unwind after a day on the slopes by indulging in world-class spa facilities, enjoying a cocktail at a trendy bar, or attending one of the exclusive events and parties frequently held in St. Moritz. The resort's long-standing reputation has attracted a diverse crowd of winter sports enthusiasts. 

St. Moritz appeals to both families and seasoned skiers, with excellent facilities for children and beginners, as well as challenging off-piste and freeride opportunities for expert skiers and snowboarders. 

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Those who book early benefit.

Buy your ski pass now and benefit from the early bird discount thanks to the dynamic "Snow Deal" price model . You can also benefit from attractive family discounts.

Day and multi-day tickets valid for the “entire Upper Engadin” include free public transport.

Snow sports instructors with a recognized ID receive a reduction of 33% on the ski ticket.

With a valid card you get a 50% discount on tickets (1 to 14 days) in the following ski areas: Kitzbühel, Livigno, Bormio, S. Caterina Valfurva, Scuol, Samnaun, Val Müstair, Casaccia im Bergell, Bivio, Bergün, Spindlermühle (CZ ), Atzmannig, Wanlong Ski Resort (CN)




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3hr - Zurich

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St Moritz

Get a train from Zurich heading towards Chur, then change at Landquart - 3hrs total. 

Swiss train tickets are released 60 days in advance. Buy as early as possible for cheapest prices and most availability.

The easiest way to plan train travel is use The Trainline (click the logo below)

This is because it's the most comprehensive integration of all European train operators, so you can even plan cross-border travel.

On average you can book 3-4 months in advance, read our full Guide to European Rail travel

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