Fly with the Sennair VIP helicopter to the glamorous Swiss ski resort and enjoy the flight over snow-covered Alpine peaks.
The village in Engadin is situated in 1856 m above sea level and is one of the birthplaces of alpine winter sports. The first hotel opened its doors in 1856 and by 1864 the first winter guests were accommodated here. One of the first ski lifts in Switzerland was built in 1935 - and then things started happening in rapid succession: in 1928 and 1948, St. Moritz hosted the Olympic Winter Games. St. Moritz has been the venue of Alpine Ski World Championships four times, most recently in 2017.
Today guests from all over the world appreciate the top gastronomy and luxury accommodations. There is a reason why many celebrities spend their winter holidays in St. Moritz. The most famous hotels include the Hotel Carlton, Hotel Kulm, Hotel La Margna, Badrutt's Palace, Kempinski St. Moritz, Hotel Schweizerhof and the Suvretta Haus. A good coffee with exquisite confectionery is a pleasure to enjoy in the Hanselmann Patisserie. Do you prefer something stronger? The bar Devil's Place in the Hotel Waldhaus am See offers more than 2,500 types of whisky, which earned it an entry in the Guinness Book of Records. End the evening with a fine cigar and a good whisky in this cosy bar.
350 kilometres of pistes with modern infrastructure are at your disposal for an unforgettable skiing holiday. Together with Piz Nair (3057 m), the local mountain of St. Moritz - "Corviglia" - offers 23 ski lifts and impresses, among other things, also with Switzerland’s steepest starting slope. With its height and shape, the 3.380 meters high Piz Güglia, in the west of St. Moritz, strikes with its mighty appearance.
Extraordinary sports like skeleton in the “Cresta Run“ ice channel provide variety and thrills. Every winter, a new natural ice rink is built where you can indulge in bobsleighing sport. In addition to Cricket on Ice and horse racing, the frozen Lake St. Moritz also hosts the annual Cartier Polo World Cup on Snow. Winter hikers can look forward to 150 kilometres of hiking trails, while cross-country skiers enjoy a cross-country ski track network of 250 kilometres.
Already in the Bronze Age, more than 3,400 years ago, St. Moritz was known for its healing springs and ancient objects from the Roman era have been found in the area. The landmark of St. Moritz is the Leaning Tower. Since the 19th century, it consists of the intact remains of the Mauritius Church that was built in the 15th century. In addition to the cultural highlights, you can enjoy wonderful hiking tours through the alpine landscape or explore the Swiss Alps by mountain bike in summer. The nearby 3 km long Lake Silvaplana is very popular with sailors, kite- and windsurfers. With its refreshing glacier water, it is only for hard-core swimmers. All other swimming enthusiasts enjoy Lake Marschsee or Lake Staz.
Treat yourself to a Sennair VIP helicopter flight to St. Moritz - we fly you from Munich, Courchevel, Val di Sire, Gstaad, Lech, Zurs, Venedig, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Bolzano, St.Anton am Arlberg or any other place of your choice to the luxury ski resort in the canton of Grisons.
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