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The St. Moritz - Corviglia ski area offers 155 km of pistes, 23 ski lifts and 8 km of the Cristolais-Samedan ski route (return from Samedan by bus possible). It is one of the most renowned ski areas in the world and skiers of all levels can enjoy their day on the perfectly groomed slopes of all levels of difficulty. Be sure to try the "pleasure ski slope", a snow safari or the "yoga slope". The first yoga slope in the world is on the Paradiso slope. At four points, "Yoga on Snow" can be practiced independently or under expert guidance. For a change, the Corviglia snow park "Crowland" or the Corviglia cross route provide fun and adrenaline kicks.
The ski area extends around St. Moritz's "local mountain", the Piz Nair. Its summit with panorama restaurant is at 3057 m altitude. The slopes in the ski area are ideal for carving. There are a few valley runs, these lead to Suvretta, St. Moritz Bad, Chantarella, to the outskirts of St. Moritz Dorf and to Celerina. The longest descent is the Fuorcula Grischa-Celerina route with a length of approx. 6 km and an altitude difference of 1200 m.
In the entire ski area there are almost only modern chairlifts. From the several valley stations of St Moritz Bad, St Moritz Dorf and Celerina, the gondola and funicular will quickly take you up to the slopes.
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