Hahnensee Descent

St. Moritz



The Hahnensee ski piste in the Corvatsch-Furtschellas ski region is regarded as one of the Engadin’s most beautiful downhill runs. It is noted for its peaceful setting and stunning panorama as well as for the high demands it will place on your skiing skills.

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The 3,300 m high Corvatsch is one of Switzerland’s highest skiing mountains. Its snow-sure northern slopes are home to an exciting network of varied pistes of all degrees of difficulty. Most prestigious of all is the almost 9 km route on the highly demanding Hahnensee piste. Starting at the top station for the Giand'Alva chairlift it ends up in the valley below in St. Moritz Bad. Insiders consider the Bergrestaurant Hahnensee with its wonderful views to be an indispensable stopover.


Starting point: Giand Alva (2643 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: chairlift

Destination: St.Moritz Bad (1772 m a.s.l.)

Length: 9 km

Altitude difference:
871 Meter

Level of difficulty: very difficult (normal slope)

Food and beverages:
at the start and on the way

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