St Moritz (Corvatsch)
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The majority of this area are red runs, with a beginners area over on the far end in Sils.
St. Moritz-Corvatsch is just next to St. Mortiz (Corviglia is the home area), accessed from Surlej. For those that need less km, it's an option to get a local area pass.
There's a regular ski bus route that takes you from St. Moritz through Silvaplana to the base station at Surlej. You can (if you like a Black run) ski back to St. Mortiz. You can also access it from the other end in Sils, staying in these towns are alternatives to consider if you want to ski the St.Moritz areas and visit the high end glamour with slightly more low key ambience.
See the St. Moritz (Combined) page for the full run down of the area.
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Train + Bus Option
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