Lines for professionals and beginners
Visit some of the best slopes in the Engadin by going on the Snow Safari, add up your total vertical distance and have chance to win an attractive prize, or try out the legendary Hahnensee run: on Corvatsch, the opportunities for winter sports are endless. 120 kilometers of prepared slopes, 23 runs and 14 lifts make skiing here a real adventure.
Every Tuesday at 10 am, meet at the Furtschellas middle station. The skiing day is free, please organise your ski pass yourself. No advance booking needed.
"Ils segliuots" – local ski cracks Marco Fümm, Andrea Pedrun, Dumeng Giovanoli and Stewart Bryce invite you to have some skiing fun with them. On this friendly skiing day for any visitors and locals who are over the age of 55 but young-at-heart and still keen skiers, the focus is not just on skiing but also on enjoying good company and getting to know the skiing area.
Date: Every Tuesday from 5th January until 6th April 2021
The Safari begins in Sils and heads via Furtschellas up to the lofty height of 3303 m above sea level. From the Corvatsch top station, the tour leads to the legendary Hahnensee slope and back down to St. Moritz and the Corviglia ski area. Here visitors will find the Piz Nair and Fuorcla Grischa ski resorts, as well as the long descent to Celerina. To fortify you during the Snow Safari, there are more than 16 restaurants along the way.
The difficult black run leading from the Giand'Alva to Hahnensee and further on to St. Moritz Bad is one of the Engadin's dream slopes. The Hahnensee slope has wide-open, steep slopes at the beginning and a snowy fairytale forest at the end. A dream for true snow sports enthusiasts!
High above the lakes
The 9-kilometer long descent is the final highlight after an exciting day on the Corvatsch – and also very popular because of the view over the Engadin lakes.
The Hahnensee slope is open from Saturday, December 19th.