St. Moritz certainly needs no introduction. Although to be fair, its fame is probably more synonymous with winter. After all, it holds one of the world’s grandest ski resorts—a glitterati stomping ground for the rich and famous.
Before it rose to stardom, it was just a small town in the Engadin Valley, more renowned for its summertime activities and healing mineral springs.
Of course, revered beginnings don't come without good reason. Today St. Moritz is a place of astonishing beauty, not only during winter but also during the sunny summer months.
From the end of March until the beginning of October, St. Moritz’s green pastures blossom with wildflowers and sunny days overwhelm the terrain, creating optimal conditions for time well spent outdoors.
And whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or want to relax in total luxury (or do a bit of both)—St. Moritz offers something for everyone.
Arosa, Lenzerheide, St. Moritz, Brigels
Fish while surrounded by stunning Alpine vistas
St. Moritz, Samnaun, Scuol, Celerina, Pontresina
Fish in pristine, Alpine streams
Scuol, Samnaun, Celerina, Pontresina, St. Moritz
Set off on an equine Alpine adventure
Chur, Davos, St. Moritz
Take a journey past glaciers and palm trees
Chur, Davos, St. Moritz, Flims Laax
Ride the rails across Rhaetian Railway’s highest bridge
St. Moritz, Scuol
Roam 80kms (49mi) of trails in Switzerland’s first and only National Park