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A sanctuary in the mountains


St. Moritz might just be the world’s most stylish winter destination – but it’s also much more than that. It is the host of two Winter Olympics, a place that captured the imaginations of Giovanni Segantini, Friedrich Nietzsche and Hermann Hesse, and a meeting place for the international art and culture scene. Let us help you discover St. Moritz in all its facets.

Winter in St. Moritz

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It was as the result of a bet that the foundation stone was laid for winter tourism in St. Moritz over 150 years ago. Today, the town is one of the largest and most varied snow sports resorts in the Alpine region, with 87 World Cup-standard pistes and downhill runs. St. Moritz offers endless skiing fun for all ages and stages across the four ski areas of Corviglia/Piz Nair, Corvatsch/Furtschellas, Diavolezza and Lagalb.

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Equipment and skills

Our partner Ski Service Corvatsch offers everything you need for the slopes from our on-site ski shop. Choose from modern equipment for hire and sale with the professional guidance of the Ski Service Corvatsch experts. Once in the mountains, the Red Legends ski school is on hand for whenever you need it – for private lessons, group lessons, snowboard lessons or one-on-one cross-country tuition. Their talented teachers will help you make a success of your first hours and days on the slopes.

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Beyond the slopes

The Upper Engadin is a treasure chest of natural wonders just waiting to be discovered. Whatever activity you’re craving – whether snow hiking, ski touring, or ice skating on Lake St. Moritz and Lake Staz – our Outdoor Butler will be pleased to help you make the most of it. And speaking of ice: why not take the plunge this winter with a spot of ice bathing in Lake St. Moritz? We can promise that the adrenaline rush is truly invigorating.


Art and culture

St. Moritz is home to the largest art gallery in the Alps as well as to the Segantini Museum, Green Art, the Mili Weber Haus and numerous other private art collections and galleries. In addition, it hosts a prestigious calendar of annul events including the St. Moritz Gourmet Festival (with guest chefs from all over the world), the Snow Polo World Cup, the Cresta Run and, of course, White Turf, the famous horse race on the frozen Lake St. Moritz.

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Moving Mountains

We believe that people should never stop playing. To celebrate this philosophy, we've curated a special selection of activities aimed at experiencing the Engadin winter through play. Learn new skills and crafts, listen to fascinating stories and find out more about centuries-old traditions as part of our Moving Mountains holiday programme.

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Connect with the power of the mountains

After an adrenaline-packed day in the mountains, nothing beats a spot of relaxation – and where better to do it than over the three floors of the Carlton Spa? Float in the pool as you soak up views of the spectacular snow-covered mountains, then select an individually tailored treatment from our holistic spa menu to soothe weary muscles and prepare you for the next day’s action.

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Discover Moving Mountains

December 8, 2023 - March 24, 2024

Reconnect with what truly matters at Carlton Hotel, with three nights of our restorative lifestyle programme.


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Ice bathing in Lake St. Moritz

Ice bathing offers not only an unforgettable adrenaline kick and real health benefits. The exposure to cold causes the blood vessels to dilate and circulation to improve, leading to an endorphin rush.

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A tour of the glacier caves

Nowhere is the power of winter felt more than in the everlasting ice of a glacial cave. Together with an experienced guide, our outdoor butler will accompany you into the ice caves of the Morteratsch Glacier. This empowering expedition is a gateway to another world.

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Carlton Afternoon Tea

Enjoy a British tradition in the Engadine valley. Take your tea on the Carlton terrace or by the cackling fireplace of the Bel Etage as you listen to discreet piano music.



Tobogganing: Winter like in the olden days

Awaken childhood memories or create entirely new ones with a perfect family excursion. The toboggan run from Preda to Bergün is one of the longest illuminated runs in Europe. The wind in your face, and fresh mountain air: winter as it was in the olden days.

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Rent a mountain: A piste all your own

For a whole evening, the slopes of the Corvatsch can be yours alone: 4.2 kilometres of pure piste entirely at your disposal. Ski instructors and outdoor butlers will be on hand to ensure that things run smoothly.



Torchlight hike: Dance of the elements

Each step a new experience: our torchlight hike brings to life the magic of an alpine winter wonderland at night. It culminates at at Lej Nair (the ‘Black Lake’), a mystical body of water surrounded by majestic mountains.

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The hidden places of St. Moritz

With its lively village centre and famous pistes, St. Moritz is a beloved destination of travellers from all over the globe. For those who want to venture beyond the tourist hotspots, it also offers a variety of inspiring excursions.



“A pastime that clears the mind”: ice bathing with Stephanie Lehnort

Stephanie Lehnort is a host, mother, homemaker, animal lover and co-director of the 5-star Carlton Hotel in St. Moritz. To unwind, she looks to nature to find peace. This search led her to the art of ice bathing.

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