Skiing under the spotlight
Corvatsch has the longest illuminated slope in Switzerland: it’s 4.2 kilometres of pure skiing fun from the Murtèl middle station down to Surlej. If you drive down the Julier Pass in the evening, you will see the slope shining from Corvatsch across the way.
Every Friday evening, the snow groomers set out to prepare slope no. 10 first of all so that the slope is ready for the snow sports enthusiasts arriving for the Snow Night from 7 p.m. onwards. Skiing at night is a truly special experience. Logically, you know it’s the same slope that you ski on during the day, just with artificial lighting. But that’s not how it feels. You senses feel sharpened, more focused on the illuminated slope. It’s dark all around and only the moon and stars shed light on the mountains. You feel transported to another world.
Please note: 01.12.2023 – 5.4.2024
In December/January: every Friday from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.; last cable car 0:40 a.m., slope control 1:00 a.m.
From February to April: every Friday from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.; last cable car 1:40 a.m., slope control 2:00 a.m.