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St Moritz Corvatsch Furtschellas
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Beginner 8Advanced 10Freeride 8Terrain Parks 6Family 10Nightlife 8Service--Snow--Value for Money--On Mountain Dining--
4.2
50/60
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Advanced
3.0
Freeride
3.5
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Value for Money
1.0
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last update on Nov 3, 2021
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Category Freeride: Official review by Snow-Online.com
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Freeride 8 / 10
Overall: *50 / 60
*6 out of 10 categories rated

      Snow guarantee for the expert skier!

      Very skilled skiers have one main reason to visit St.Moritz Corvatsch. The altitude of the ski resort and therefore snow is guaranteed in the pre- and after- season. Of course the permanent training race circuits in Furtschellas (at the Grialetsch-Lift [N]) and Corvatsch along the Mandra-tow-lift are a real treat too. For a small fee the time can be measured as well. Aside the groomed slopes are possibilities to test ones skills on the ungroomed slope (diverges from the Gorgi-trail (1)!!). The difficult trail (as per trail map) has been overestimated in our opinion and won’t show the experts their limits. Be careful with the Hahnensee trail as it ends in St. Moritz-Bad and the only way back to Surlej or Furtschellas is by ski bus.

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      Beginner 8Advanced 10Freeride 8Terrain Parks 6Family 10Nightlife 8Service--Snow--Value for Money--On Mountain Dining--

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      Andreas (Age: 46-50)
      Skill: Advanced • in Jan 2019
      Travelled as: Couple
      You have to be careful in the forest because of wildlife protection zones. Above the forest boundary super but beware of avalanches.
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