A fantastic ski area, tailor-made for blasts of adrenalin, fun on the slopes and a thrilling experience of the beauty of nature! Up on Corvatsch-Furtschellas, athletic challenges and easy-going winter pleasures go hand in hand, while our exciting events will create unforgettable moments for you, your friends and your family.
Up on Corvatsch-Furtschellas, boundless downhill fun from blue to black as well as some of the most impressive skiing highlights of the Engadin await you on 120 kilometres of piste. Get ready at 3300 metres above sea level for the highest situated ski piste of the Eastern Alps: the famous Hahnensee run with 9 kilometres of downhill fun all the way down to St. Moritz Bad or directly onwards to the phenomenal Snow Safari (Link zum Onepager). The latter leads down no fewer than 99 magnificent kilometres of piste through our largest ski areas. Speaking of boundless skiing bliss: Friday night is “Corvatsch Snow Night” (Link zum Event?)! Ski down Switzerland’s longest floodlit slope and turn your night into another glorious day.
«The raven» («Corvatsch» in Romansh) invites freestyle aficionados of all ages to follow suit and defy gravity. In the Engadin freestyle paradise – Corvatsch Park – pros, rookies and weekend warriors boldly face the varied setups, and when it comes to mastering obstacles such as the kicker lines, rails and halfpipe, creativity should take the lead. As a venue of the Freeski World Cup, the Corvatsch Park is also the perfect place to get inspired by idols of the freestyle scene when they flip and spin through the air with 540 Switch Corks or 1080 Backside Double Corks.
This ski tour of approximately two hours leads you to the SAC hut Chamanna Coaz at 2610 m a.s.l. that is surrounded by the peaks of the Bernina range and offers an impressive view on rugged glaciers. With its slogan «Geborgen – gletschernah – familiär» (sheltered – close to the glacier – homely) the hut is the epitome of charming lodge ambience. On its panoramic terrace, you can comfortably enjoy the sun (as well as homemade cake or a tasty barley-broth) while savouring the high alpine spectacle. You start at the Corvatsch summit station on the Vadret da l’Alp Ota piste, followed by a downhill run across a slanting band of snow and a short fixed-rope climbing passage over a steep ridge. After one more downhill run and a traverse you have reached the hut.
Up on Furtschellas, you will find a circular trail with an extra level of convenience: the Furtschellas Lake Trail, marked with wooden posts throughout. At most you could lose yourself in the beauty of the landscape, but you will reach your destination even without a map and compass. All the same, it is important not to leave the marked trail! Starting at the Furtschellas-Chüdera middle station, you reach vantage points with magnificent views over the snow-blanketed valley, with its frozen lakes. After 1.8 km you arrive at a simple but cosy mountain restaurant, the Ustaria Rabgiusa, where you can fortify yourself with delicious local specialities before tackling the short ascent with fresh energy and heading back to the Furtschellas-Chüdera middle station.
The walk from Sils to Alp Prasüra offers captivating winter enchantment as it leads through snow-blanketed pine forests. The trail starts at Furtschellas valley station and requires a certain level of fitness, but afterwards you can relax on the splendid sun terrace of the delightful mountain restaurant ”Kuhstall”. As a reward for your efforts, enjoy a mouth-watering choice of local delicacies!