- Children Ski
The Swiss Ski School St. Moritz and Celerina Samedan is the oldest and largest ski school in Switzerland. It stands for professional and superior lessons as it has since 1929. Engadine St. Moritz, as the cradle of winter tourism and the place where winter sports in the Alps was born, offers the perfect setting: 350 km of ski pistes, 322 days of sunshine and abundant snow from December to April. No wonder our ski and snowboard instructors cannot wait to explore this wonderful vacation destination with you - on and off the slopes.
The Swiss Ski School St. Moritz and Celerina Samedan offers group and private lessons for skiing and snowboarding. Experienced and specifically trained ski and snowboard instructors teach all levels from the beginner to the freestyle professional. The ski school also provides freeriding and back-country skiing as well as classes for the blind and visually impaired upon request. Children can choose from a wide variety of special courses. The kids learn to ski in a playful way with the school's mascot 'Snowli' of the children's club. Other specialty programmes of the children's ski school include the children races, child care during lunchtime and much more.
Foundation of the Ski School St. Moritz
Form of organisation
Number of employees during high season
Locations of the ski school
Restaurant operations 'Sunshine-Bar'