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About us

Here you will find some fun facts about our skiing and hiking areas, interesting highlights of our history and hard facts from our annual reports – everything you could possibly want to know about Corvatsch AG and Diavolezza Lagalb AG.

Fun facts

Corvatsch &
Furtschellas

Mountain transportation/equipment

3 cable cars
6 chairlifts
5 ski lifts
12 snow groomers

Winter

Slopes: 120 km (13 km blue, 89 km red, 18 km black; 4.2 km illuminated)
Artificial snowing: 20 km
Snowshoeing trail: 3.8 km

Summer

Hiking trails: 80 km

Places to eat and drink

10 in winter and 6 in summer
ORMA Whisky Destillerie

Diavolezza

Bahnen/AnlagenMountain transportation/equipment

1 cable car
1 chairlift
1 button lift, 3 conveyor belts
5 snow groomers (Diavolezza and Lagalb)

Winter

Slopes: 32 km groomed, (31 km red, 1 km black), 8 km ungroomed glacier run
Artificial snowing: 13.5 km
Winter hiking trail: 1.5 km

Summer

Hiking trails: approx. 30 km
2 via ferratas (K2–K3 and K5–K6)

In addition

1 restaurant/hotel
VR Glacier Experience (visitor centre dedicated to the topic of glaciers and the environment)

Lagalb

Mountain transportation

1 cable car

Winter

Slopes: 13 km (9 km red, 4 km black)
Artificial snowing: 5 km
Snow groomers: 5 (Diavolezza and Lagalb)

Places to eat and drink:

Restaurants: 2

General meetings

Corvatsch AG

Monday, 25 April 2022 (by letter)


Diavolezza Lagalb AG

Monday, 25 April 2022 (by letter)

 

Invitation to the summer season launch

We cordially invite all shareholders to celebrate the start of the summer season with us on June 18, 2022 and thus catch up on the social part of the General Meeting.
Location: Corvatsch Murtèl middle station


Annual reports

Here you can access various documents such as annual reports, excerpts from the trade register and tax bases.

Our team

Here, amidst this fairy-tale mountain scenery, we have many people working in a variety of roles, all striving to make your experience in the mountains truly special. In winter, approximately 270 people work here on the cable cars and at the various dining establishments, and approximately 150 in summer. The roles include everything from cable car mechanics, snow groomer drivers and SOS rescue staff to employees with training in construction, electronics and woodworking, as well as professionals working in the catering industry. And of course, just like everywhere else, we also need office workers, such as those working at the ticket offices, in accounting, in HR and in marketing.

 

More about our team

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