Piz Nair Cableway
Trends are started here, worldcup races are won and trendy food is served alongside traditional dishes.
In winter, ski pistes of World Cup quality extend as far as sunny Celerina, and the mix of the St. Moritz resort, its cosmopolitan population and the near endless possibilities for making tracks has transformed this ski area into one of the most famous in the world. Towering over it all, at 3,097 m (10,161 ft) above sea level, is the Piz Nair, from where you can take in the stunning view of the entire Engadine Valley and the ski-carved slopes spread out beneath you.
In summer, it's time for binoculars, mountain bikes and walking boots instead of the sharp edges of skis and snowboards! The popular destination for winter sport fans turns into an astonishing territory for bikes and hikers. Between Corviglia, Piz Nair (St. Moritz) and Marguns (Celerina) there are numerous tracks and trails of all difficulty levels offering magnificent views.