Fancy a ride on the ice? You're in good company here, where ice sports have been a tradition for over 140 years.
The Engadin tourism pioneer Johannes Badrutt was once sent eight curling stones as a gift to St. Moritz. Always on the lookout for varied winter sports activities for his guests, he organized the first match on the continent in 1880. Since then, curling has become a hit in the Engadin!
Curling, one of the oldest winter sports, has an even longer tradition. In the Engadin you will find a few places where you can "shoot out" family and friends with pleasure.
The Engadin boasts 17 ice rinks - leaving no wish unfulfilled. Whether on the circular track of the frozen Lake St. Moritz, on the ice path through the snow-covered meadows of the Inn near Madulain, or on one of the beautiful artificial or natural ice rinks for a field hockey match - there is plenty of skating fun to be had. Equipment can be rented in many places.
We have also some other great winter activities to offer