Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

St Moritz

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!
St Moritz Ski School
One of the largest ski schools in the resort, St. Moritz School School offers English-speaking instructors on request.
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.
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.
Lele (Emanuele) Foglia
A reassuring presence on the slopes, Lele's lively personality makes spending the day in his company a real pleasure.
Lagalb
Lagalb is an eerily quiet slope, and is great for those who prefer to ski in solitude.
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.
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.
Corviglia
Easy to acccess from town, Corviglia will suit those wanting a challenge. We recommend finding a guide, though.
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!

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