Celerina ice rink, Celerina
For 150 years, visitors in Engadin St. Moritz have been skating - in Celerina, in particularly high style.
Visitors to the Engadin are especially fond of skating, and the rinks in this high valley have a long and rich history: the first curling match on the European continent was held here (1880), along with the first European skating championships (1882) and the first ice hockey game on Swiss territory (1888).
For a hundred years, the ice rink in Celerina has been known as the sunniest in Europe. It offers a particularly wide range of facilities, including a rink for public skating and ice hockey, a natural ice rink, and a curling rink with seven sheets.
The hockey field as well as the curling rinks can be hired
Skates* CHF 5.00 per pair / hockey stick CHF 3.00 per stick
*limited skate renting in the evening
Refreshments are on offer at the Restaurant La Piruetta. Open: 10.00am - 11.00pm. Hot food served continuously from noon (home-made italian specialities).
Reservations for Restaurant La Piruetta: T + 41 81 834 80 40
Reservations for ice rinks, trainings and curling: T +41 81 830 00 11
Per hour (50 minutes of play) CHF 150.00
Incl. use of changing facilities and 1 ice resurfacing
Each additional resurfacing CHF 40.00
Package CHF 350.-
inc. use of 2 cabins and 2 ice resurfacings
Package for 2 days CHF 1.500.-
(max. 12 hours)
Per sheet and hour including use of stones CHF 40.-
Whole rink (7 sheets) CHF 280.-
Tuition / instructor (on enquiry) CHF 40.-
per lane and hour inc. use of ice stocks CHF 30.-
whole rink (7 lanes) CHF 210.-
AddressVia Maistra 74
Curling and Hockey pitch closed
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