Bobsleigh taxi

+41 81 830 0200
Olympia Bob Run, CH-7500, St. Moritz

The bob run in St Moritz was built in 1904 and is now the oldest in the world as well as being the only natural ice run. It is used regularly for sporting events but also for bobsleigh rides, luges and skeletons. When the professionals have finished for the day you can actually take a bobsleigh down to Celerina - a unique taxi service! You can get more details and book via their website.  

Ice Climbing – St Moritz

+41 81 842 8282
Bergsteigerschule Pontresina, Via Maistra 163, 7504 Pontresina.

The first artificially prepared ice-climbing wall in the Engadin is 100 metres high and has an incline of 70 to 100 degrees.  There are plenty of good pitches for climbers, each will take between 2 - 3.5 hours. The extensive Corn da Diavolezza ice arena can be seen from the gondolas of the Diavolezza aerial cableway. Access to Corn da Diavolezza ice arena: After a short downhill run to the old middle station of the chairlift, it is just a five-minute walk. Return from the Diavolezza exit point to the...

Ice skating – St Moritz

Good choice for children

+41 81 837 3333
St Moritz, Switzerland

Ice Skating is very popular in the St Moritz area with numerous artificial and natural rinks that are open throughout the year. You can also play ice hockey and curling during the winter season. There are a number of professional skaters who will give lessons during the season.

Sledging – St Moritz

Good choice for children

+ 41 81 837 33 33
St Moritz, Switzerland

There are three official sledging runs into resort, as well as a number of smaller ones. Head to any of the tourist information offices in resort to ask for more detailed information. Sledges can be rented in most sports shops and at some mountain ride stations.  

Winter Walking

+41 81 837 3333
via Maistra 12, CH-7500, St Moritz, Swtizerland

There are plenty of great walks around St Moritz, notably between the town and Bever. This is definitely a great way to take in all the beautiful scenery. There are a variety of distances ranging from 2.5 to 8 km. Check the tourist office website for full details of each walk and tips on how to get the most out of the experience.