Hahnensee slope - the unrivalled best in the Engadin

Hahnensee slope - the unrivalled best in the Engadin

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The difficult black run leading from the Giand'Alva to Hahnensee and further on to St. Moritz Bad is one of the Engadin's dream slopes. The Hahnensee slope has wide-open, steep slopes at the beginning and a snowy fairytale forest at the end. A dream for true snow sports enthusiasts.

High above the lakes

The 9-kilometre long descent is the final highlight after an exciting day on the Corvatsch - and also very popular because of the view over the Engadin lakes.

Keep going all day

The Giand’ Alva chairlift is already swinging into action at 9.00am. As a result, the Hahnensee piste can be negotiated several times a day. And then the Hahnensee Express is there waiting at the bottom.

Return in comfort on the “Hahnensee Express”

The shuttle bus is free for skiing visitors and operates every 30 minutes between St. Moritz and Surlej-Corvatsch. The Express is integrated in the bus line no. 3 and you can also hop on at the railway station in St. Moritz or in St. Moritz Dorf. With a valid skiticket, the ride between Signalbahn and Corvatschbahn is free of charge.


Depending on the snow conditions and the avalcneh risk, from 10 December 2016 to mid-April 2017. The Giand'Alva chairlift runs from 9am.

Timetable Hahnensee-Express (Bus line 3)
10.12.17 – 15.04.18
St. Moritz Bahnhof 8.36 – 17.06 / Schulhausplatz 8.40 – 17.10 / Signal 8.46 – 17.16 (every 30 min)
Surlej Corvatsch 9.08 – 17.08  (every 30 min)

Additional course from 10.02.18:
St. Moritz Signal 17.46
Surlej Corvatsch 17.38  (only to St. Moritz Signal)

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