About Us - St. Moritz Ski School
Switzerland’s oldest and largest ski school has stood for professional and high-quality winter sports instruction in St. Moritz, Celerina and Samedan since its foundation in 1929.
The operational management of Snowsports St. Moritz AG is headed by Tiziano Zeller, Executive Director. Beno Suter Chairman of the board of Directors consisting of Conradin Conrad, Markus Hotz, Markus Meili and Leo Luminati.
In the year 2000 the enterprise was converted into a corporation.
Employees of Snowsports St. Moritz / Ski School St. Moritz / Ski School Center Salastrains
In the winter season, the company employs around 400 staff from over 14 nations at its three main locations St. Moritz, Celerina and Samedan and at the Ski School Center Salastrains.
Locations and Infrastructure
The main office of the Ski School in St. Moritz Dorf, directly at the Chantarella-Bahn, is also the meeting place for the children’s pick-up service. Our Ski School Center at Salastrains offers the following services to all our guests, big and little: A generously large Beginners-Area, the Snowli-Kids-Village-Childrens-Paradise with lunch child -care, a ski rental service and lockers.
The Ski School Center Salastrains service is rounded off gastronomically by the restaurant Sunshine Bar and Bistrot with its spectacular sun terrace.
In Celerina the Ski School also runs a ski school office, a beginners area and the Snowli Kids Village. Guests can also find a beautiful beginners area with a Kinderland in Samedan operated by the Ski School St. Moritz.
The Snowsports St. Moritz is also responsible for the Skiclub Alpina St. Moritz, a training vessel for young ski racers.
Partnership and Sponsors
The Snowsports St. Moritz works along-side its Partner-Hotels Kulm, Badrutt's Palace, Carlton, Cresta Palace, Club Med St. Moritz, Grace La Margna as well as Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski St. Moritz eclusively.
The Snowsports St. Moritz may also count on a successful and long-term co-operation with its main partners Moncler and Longines as well as Engadin Mountains.