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Hahnensee slope and Hahnensee-Express Shuttle

Long, steep, spectacular: as soon as you have tackled the Hahnensee piste once, you cannot wait to do it again ... and again ...

Hahnensee slope - the unrivalled best in the Engadin

The black slope from Giand'Alva to Hahnensee and further on to St. Moritz Bad is one of the Engadine dream slopes. The Hahnensee slope has wide-open, steep slopes at the beginning and a snowy fairytale forest at the end. A dream for true snow sports enthusiasts.

High above the Engadine lakes

The 9-kilometre long descent is the final highlight after an exciting day on the Corvatsch - and also very popular because of the view over the Engadin lakes.

Keep going all day

The Giand’ Alva chairlift is already swinging into action at 9.00am. At the end of the slope you can get on the Engadinbus line 1 or 6 and get back to the Corvatsch valley station. At 10-minute intervals, you can then comfortably return to Surlej via St. Moritz Bad and Champfèr.