Oympic Bob Run
The St. Moritz Celerina Olympic bob run was opened in 1904. The ice channel in the Upper Engadin is thus the world’s oldest bob run and also the world's last remaining natural ice run.
Not only the construction of the St. Moritz ice channel – which makes exclusive use of snow and water – is unique, but also its history. The outcome of several European and World Championships as well as two Olympic competitions have been decided on the bob run from St. Moritz to Celerina.