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A Mini Guide to St Moritz
What Can I do in St. Moritz
Winter sports is a major attraction here and if you ski or snowboard you will be kept more than entertained on the vast number of pistes easily reached from the resort. Ski lifts can take you high into the surrounding mountains where you can carve your way down all day long in the winter or take on the mountain bike trails in the summer.
Lake St. Moritz is a very popular sailing hotspot and attracts visitors in the warmer months of the year ensuring that St. Moritz is a year round resort. Despite the huge differences in temperature from winter to summer, St. Moritz basks in sunshine for over 300 days of the year. In the summer, the resort organises orienteering by night to test the navigational skills of the competitors. It's open to anyone and is great fun - unless you get lost!
Getting to St. Moritz.
St. Moritz is well connected to the transport network with a train station connecting it to major routes. By air, Zurich
is the nearest major airport within Switzerland and is an easy journey from Bern
and Geneva Airport
. However another alternative is to fly into Milan
or Verona Airport
and make the short hop over the border into Switzerland. St. Moritz is mere 10 miles north of the border from Italy
. With budget airlines operating to all nearby airports, renting a car in St. Moritz is a great option for the independent traveller.
03/05/12 - You'll see a very strange version of wrestling in St Moritz this June, Schwingen is a traditional form of contest designed to test strength and stamina and you can see it in the annual Schwingfest on the 24th June.