Corviglia is the largest of St. Moritz's three main ski areas, noted for its rolling, well-groomed pistes but often crowded in peak season. North-facing Corvatsch often has better conditions and long, black runs, while the steep slopes of Diavolleza are best tackled with a guide.
Switzerland – Long Read

Birthplace of winter tourism

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Switzerland – Long Read Birthplace of winter tourism

Hello Switzerland, where a group of British tourists in 1864 started a fashion for winter tourism that continues to grow to this day. The birthplace of Alpine skiing was the spa village of St. Moritz, now a destination so exclusive that the town has even registered its own name as a trademark.

Minty Clinch
Minty Clinch Travel Writer

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