Located at an altitude of 1,822 m (5,978 ft), St. Moritz is a high Alpine resort town in the Engadine Valley in Switzerland. This stunning location boasts plenty of options for outdoor adventures year-round including skiing, sailing and of course, mountain climbing. The most popular peak in the region is Piz Bernina, which at 4,048.6 m (13,283 ft) is the highest mountain in the Eastern Alps. Don’t miss the chance to discover this stunning mountaineering location in the Swiss Alps with one of the guides at Explore-Share.com!
St. Moritz has subarctic climate with cold, snowy winters and cool, wet summers. However, it boasts approximately 300 days of sunshine.
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The nearest airport is Lugano (LUG) Airport, which is 90.4 km away. You can also drive to St. Moritz, take a bus or take the Glacier Express or the Bernina Express.
For mountain climbing, the best season is summer, from June to September.
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