Graubünden Tourism

Fit on Ice

Skating and Curling in Graubünden

Skateline Albula (© Switzerland Tourism / Silvano Zeiter)

From the ice track to the skating spot: Graubünden offers daring guests a variety of holiday packages just like the gourmet. Ice skating is available everywhere even up to 2,000 meters above sea level in the tourist area of Viamala. Celerina in St. Moritz is the place for an icy ride in a bobsled where you need good nerves. You only need some experience on skates for the Skateline Albula. The first ice track in Switzerland is particularly well suited for the family during the winter holidays. If you like it quiet, try out one of the numerous curling offers.

Ice Fields

Ice skating is probably the oldest winter sport and also the most common. There is something suitable for everyone – from relaxed skating to intense ice hockey.

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Curling Rinks

In addition to golf, the British, more specifically the Scottish also brought curling to mainland Europe and Graubünden. The first curling match took place in St. Moritz in 1880.

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Skating through the middle of a romantic winter forest? Glide on narrow skates through a fairytale of snow and ice rather than only going in a circle? The Skatelines in Graubünden make it possible.

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Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz-Celerina
Tip: The only natural ice bob run in the world
The racy descent down the only natural ice bobsled run in the world in St. Moritz is not only reserved for professionals. Anyone can have a go who is daring enough.
Discover the St. Moritz-Celerina Olympic Bob Run

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