We enjoyed spectacular scenery on this trip and enjoyed lunch at the top. We'll kept facilities, nice food. Rely enjoyable.
Got up here with our St. Moritz card. Well worth the trip.Views were outstanding. Much better than anticipated and I survived the altitude (10,000 ft) much better than I expected as a heart transplant patient.
Start from St. Moritz and hike upto Furcola Surlej pass for super views of Bernina range. Continue down the hiking trail for even more wonderful views of glaciated peaks. The uphill hike can be shortened by taking a gondola ride upto middle station. Hike details here - http://tulika-swiss.blogspot.ch/2013/08/furcola-surlej-bernina.html
Wonderful views all around and a spectacular ride. Very cold if it's even slightly cloudy, but great to play with snowballs in August! Pricy - as all these things tend to be in Switzerland - but see if you qualify for an 'all inclusive' card from your hotel, as you'll be able to use them for free!
This was another mountain that we hiked in the area. The buses to and from St. Moritz (all areas) are frequent and you can find a good lunch spot in town, We were told that it was one of the better years for wild flowers and the blues, yellows, pinks were abundant. The bus will take you across to the... More
We only had one day at Corvatsch, but it was wonderful. Fresh powder late in March. Good lift service and lift layout, so not too much traversing, and the runs are mostly intermediate. We could see that the offpiste would be very good given the right conditions. Long runs, as this has the most lift-serviced vertical in Engadine, The views... More
This is the are to focus on in your ski trip to St Moritz. The slopes are more challenging than the ones in Corviglia. Less sunny in the morning, but worth it.
I've been to Corvatsch two times last week. Fantastic weather, fantastic slopes (well maintained) and not many people. Connections are efficient and you can easily move from a slope to another with no cue or stress. Services are good - of course you've to be prepared to pay extra being at 3,000 - 3,300 metres upon sea level. You don't... More
You need your ski pass to get up there at 3058m. The views are spectacular. Eat at the restaurant Piz Nair (expensive) but the view more than makes up for it. The whole of the Engadin Valley lies before you. Only go on a sunny day.
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