Ski Celerina by Train

163 km of piste between 1750-3057m

As an alternative to St Moritz, the adjacent village of Celerina offers less après ski but plenty of winter sports action. A gondola runs to the main pistes at Corviglia/Piz Nair and nearby Muottas Muragl is good for winter walking and tobogganing - you can even stay overnight in an igloo at the top. There is skating, curling and bob sleigh in the village and extensive cross-country and scenic winter walks throughout the area. Celerina also hosts the Olympic bobsleigh run, the oldest in the world, where you can have an exhilarating run down the slope with a professional pilot and brakeman.

Ski Celerina by train

Best of the Slopes at Celerina

The scenic run from Fuorcia Gischa is 7k long and brings you back down to Celerina.

Getting to Celerina by Train

The best destination to access the downhill slopes by public transport in this ski area is Celerina. Celerina station is ten minutes walk from the Marguns gondola up Corviglia.

Piste Map for Celerina

Ski and Snowboard using the Celerina trail map

Larger trail map for Celerina

Map of Celerina



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View of winter sports resort in Graubünden


Accommodation for Celerina and the Surrounding Area

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