The most accessible St. Moritz skiing can be found at the Corviglia and Corvatsch areas, which are the closest in proximity to Bad village. Experts find that there are plenty of thrilling challenges spread out over the area’s vast expanse. The black runs at Diavolezza and Lagalb are probably the most challenging. Plus, there’s plenty of off-piste skiing that stays untracked for days. Those looking to earn their turns should hire a guide and explore Corvatsch’s Roseg Valley. Diavolezza offers a renowned off-piste glacier route, and of course, awesome Alpine views.
Intermediates and families will especially love the Corviglia sector, with its numerous meticulously groomed blue runs and convenient locale to the base area. Intermediates can explore nearly all of the ski areas thanks to St. Moritz’ exceptional grooming capabilities. Beginners have a couple good terrain options at Salastrains, or Corviglia. Survetta, which is down the road from the main base area.