Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

St Moritz

Kulm Spa
Found at the regal Kulm Hotel in St Moritz, the Kulm Spa is a decadent oasis with an impressive menu of treatments and range of facilities.
Mirko Pietrobelli
70-year-old Mirko has more knowledge and experience on the slopes than most younger guides put together, and is well-versed in the secrets of the slopes.
Suvretta Snowsports
Said to be one of the best ski schools in Switzerland, Suvretta's instructors are all of a high standard; indeed, you will want to be on the mountains with these people!
Corviglia
Easy to acccess from town, Corviglia will suit those wanting a challenge. We recommend finding a guide, though.
Samedan
Samedan is a delightful spa with a heated pool on the roof terrace and amazing views of the mountains.
Lele (Emanuele) Foglia
A reassuring presence on the slopes, Lele's lively personality makes spending the day in his company a real pleasure.
Corvatsch
Corvatch has a wilder, untamed feel to it than Corviglia. Snow also tends to be softer, and lasts longer on these slopes; great if you are here towards the end of the season!
Lagalb
Lagalb is an eerily quiet slope, and is great for those who prefer to ski in solitude.
MTZ Heilbad St Moritz
As St. Moritz's most famous spa, Heliabad offers a variety of facilities from steam rooms and baths.
Ski Cool School
A small school, with a boutique feel; Ski Cool Ski School has a number of British-trained English-speaking instructors for Brits abroad.
Erich Buchi
Erich is a highly experienced guide with a real love of nature. Spending the day with Erich is an eye-opening experience, to say the least.
Sports
St Moritz isn't all skiing! Visit the lake for a chance to participate in a range of exciting alternative sports.
St Moritz Ski School
One of the largest ski schools in the resort, St. Moritz School School offers English-speaking instructors on request.
Diavolezza
Offering an excellent off piste and free ride terrain Diavolezza offer spectacular views..
Cresta Run
Calling all adrenaline junkies; slide head first down a steep hill on the Cresta Run and get your kicks.

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