St. Moritz

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Resort Summary
Resort Name St Moritz
Location
Resort Altitude
Winter Season December-April
Terrain Overall:
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Lift System 56 lifts
Highest Lift 3303m
Lowest Lift 1730m
Vertical
Longest Run
Avg Snowfall
Terrain Parks
Snow Sports
Facilities
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Lift Pass
Adult 5 Day $
Adult 1 Day $
Child 5 Day $
Child 1 Day $


Overview 

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Location

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Pros

extensive snowmaking reliable natural snow good off piste excellent eating out

Cons

expensive- cheaper than Australia

Contacts

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Planning

Getting There

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Accommodation

On Mountain

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Off Mountain

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Lift Tickets

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Ski School

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Equipment Hire

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Resort Facilities

Getting Around

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Activities

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Dining

With 74 restaurants in resort there’s a big range of cuisine in St. Moritz. You shouldn’t go hungry, but be ready for pricey eating. The best places include: Jöhri’s Talvo, a Relais & Chateaux restaurant with cuisine based on fresh produce, traditional Grisons dishes, lobster, fish, and an international selection of wines. It’s reputation, and prices, match the top London and Paris restaurants.

Bars & Entertainment

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Shopping

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Children

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Ride Guide

Beginner Areas

Beginners should stick to the Corviglia slopes, where there are easy runs and drag lifts as well as excellent terrain to progress onto

Groomed Runs

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Off Piste

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Out of Bounds

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Cross Country

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Parks & Pipes

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Bumps

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Powder Zones

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Sheltered Runs

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Snowplay

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Other

Weather

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Geography

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History

St. Moritz has been the host city for the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics. It also hosted the 1934, 1974 and 2003 Alpine Skiing World Championships

Resources

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http://www.stmoritz.ch/

Maps

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