St. Moritz

Base elevation: 1720m
Highest landing: 3303m

Areakm: 310km
Longest run: 1506hm

Season: Dec. – April
Terrain: Glacier, Alpine and Forest

Group-Size Heliski:
4 Participants

Selected hotels:
3-5 stars

International Airport
Zürich ZRH, Milan MXP

HELISKI St. Moritz

St. Moritz is more than just a holiday resort. It was also the birthplace of
Alpine winter tourism (in 1864) and has twice hosted the Winter Olympics.
Nevertheless, St. Moritz first became famous thanks to its mineral springs,
which were discovered 3,000 years ago and established the town as a
summer spa resort early on.
Guests from all over the world appreciate the modern Alpine lifestyle,
characterised by top-class restaurants that can satisfy gourmet demands
even by the side of the slopes, hotels that set standards in every category,
and events of international calibre. The Via Serlas guarantees great
shopping in a small space, though you can also find local specialities like
the famous Engadine nut tart just around the corner.





Our team is, thanks to the regular support and exchange with the local snow and avalanche center, always up to date on the weather forecast, snow conditions and avalanche danger.

Today, winter sports enthusiasts have 350 km of slopes with state-of-the-art infrastructure at their disposal. St. Moritz's local mountain, Corviglia, is home to the steepest starting slope in Switzerland, and the gradient on the Piz Nair steep face is a dizzying 100 percent. In the Cresta Run, riders on skeleton sleds plunge down the ice channel, the Bob Run is one of the oldest natural ice bobsled tracks in the world. For winter hikers, 150km of winter hiking trails open up, and cross-country skiers will find a network of trails of around 200km in the Engadine. The fun park for snowboarders, curling and altitude training are just some of the other winter sports on offer.

The extravagant alpine metropolis of St. Moritz is one of the most famous resorts in the world. The sparkling place in the Engadine has not only ski slopes and grand hotels to offer - also a healing spring, turquoise blue mountain lakes and luxurious spas are part of the offer. In short, well-being at the highest level is a sensual pleasure here at any time of year.

Whoever is looking for medically accompanied regeneration is in the right place right next door, in the St. Moritz spa. Here, the St. Moritz healing spring has been bubbling up from the depths for more than 3000 years. In the newly restored Forum Paracelsus, the healing acidulous water can be drunk free of charge. In addition, listening stations here convey the history of the St. Moritz healing springs.

Hotel - Overview
The architecture of Grand Hotel Kronenhof makes it one of the most splendid hotels in the Alps. This heritage-protected luxury-class establishment is located in the heart of the idyllic Engadine village of Pontresina, only six kilometres from St. Moritz. The only 5-star superior hotel in the village, it boasts some 112 spacious rooms and suites as well as the large and well-equipped Kronenhof Spa and several very notable restaurants.

St. Moritz's local mountain, Corviglia, is home of the steepest starting slope in Switzerland, with a dizzying 100 percent gradient on the Piz Nair steep face.

We are completely satisfied and happy with the trip.
Petra K., Innsbruck (AUT)
The best winter sports experience since I can remember.
Lukas W., Budenheim (GER)
That´s really amazing!
Daren A., Adelaide (AUS)
What a Panorama!
Matthew H., Detroit (USA)
Powder skiing like me rarely seen it.
Hans G., Konstanz (GER)
We don´t forget the weekend with Poldo. THANKS!
Frank L., Southampton (ENG)
Valgrisenche is always worth a trip.
Saskia B., Karlsruhe (GER)
It's like Canada -
only in Europe.
Michael G., Thun (CHE)
Just unbelievably awesome.
Laurent D., Waremme (FRA)
We are next year back there.
Fabrizio B., Roma (ITA)
What a bomb! Freeride in Courmayeur...
Tobias R., Garmisch (GER)

St. Moritz's local mountain, Corviglia, is home of the steepest starting slope in Switzerland, with a dizzying 100 percent gradient on the Piz Nair steep face.