St Moritz

St. Moritz has attracted many famous faces over the years. Comprising of three diverse ski areas; Corviglia, Corvatsch & Diavolezza – each area is quite different from the other. As one of Switzerland’s most luxurious ski resorts, St. Moritz is full of designer boutiques, 5-star hotels and Michelin-star restaurants. However there are also relaxed après ski bars when you want some time away from glitz and much to do beyond just skiing.


  • 224km of slopes
  • 4 Snowparks  (featuring the longest continuous halfpipe in the world)
  • 28 ski lifts
  • Renowned freestyle resort
  • Night skiing/sledging

Mountain Statistics


Top Elevation 3,018 Metres
Village Elevation 1,050 Metres
Vertical Drop 1,918 Metres
Skiable Terrain 224km
Lifts 28 lifts
Runs 55
Terrain Beginner 25%
Terrain Intermediate 50%
Terrain Advanced 21%
Terrain Expert  4%
Ski in / Ski out Yes

Trail Map

Getting There

Getting  to St Moritz

Ask our Active Travel Experts to assist you in pre-arranging transfers for your stay.


Laax has a variety of accommodation options to choose from.

Contact our Active Travel Experts for insider tips on where to stay and tailor made European ski/board experiences.

Other Activities

At Laax there is a range of non-ski activities to keep you entertained.

Natural ice field – Ice skating
The natural ice field at the Prau la Selva sports center is the largest natural ice field in Graubünden. Ice skating, ice hockey, pirouetting and much more – you’ll find in Flims Prau la Selva.

Laax offers three sledging runs where you can zip down the mountain not just by day, but also by night. The 3km sledging run from Foppa to Flims is easily accessible by chairlift. The descent begins below the Berghaus Foppa restaurant, then takes you through the forest, before returning to the starting point at the base station in Flims along a specially designed piste. Fun for the whole family.

Winter Snowshoeing & Hiking
Discover Laax on foot with a hiking tour on regularly maintained trails. This destination offers over 100km of trails and something for everyone.

A bird’s-eye view of LAAX. Paragliding allows you to see the mountain landscape around Graubünden from above. Together with an experienced paraglider, you start off from Crap Sogn Gion (2,252 metres above sea level) or Naraus (1,842 metres above sea level). You will land either in Larnags (1,160 metres above sea level) or Flims (1,100 metres above M.), to the north of the base station.

Enjoy erfectly groomed rinks at one of Europe’s most beautiful curling facilities.

Laax Swimming Pool
Featuares a 25-metre lanes, a whirlpool, solarium, massage practice, sauna and steam bath. There’s also lots to keep your kids entertained thanks to the 40-metre water slide, plus a learning pool for splash and play.

Culinary trails
Enjoy being active, but always have room for a little indulgence? Then why not hike from course to course on our culinary trail and savour local delicacies from the hosts in the region