Furtschellas, Corvatsch and Corviglia, all in one day
There are 350 kilometres of slopes across Upper Engadin. The Snow Safari allows you to get to know the Corvatsch and Corviglia skiing areas and takes you to the most beautiful slopes with the best views.
The Snow Safari starts in Sils. At the Furtschellas mountain station, you will find the first photopoint, which has gorgeous views down into the Val Fex. Then, from Furtschellas, you go down to Alp Surlej and then right back up again to 3,303 metres above sea level to the Corvatsch mountain station. It’s definitely worth stopping to take some photos on the terrace here because the 360-degree views of the snow-covered mountains are simply sublime. The next photopoint is at Giand’Alva, which is also where the legendary Hahnensee run starts. Down in St. Moritz-Bad, you switch to the other side of the road and to the other mountain: you now go from Corvatsch to the Corviglia skiing area and then up to Piz Nair. Piz Nair is the starting point for the next descent down to Lej da la Pêsch. You will now take the chairlift to the last photo point, which is on Fuorcla Grischa. The Snow Safari ends with the long Celerina descent.
We picked the five most beautiful observation points along the route for you:
- Corvatsch 3303
- Piz Nair
- Fuorcla Grischa
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