St. Moritz is an alpine resort town in the Engadin, a valley in Switzerland. Sitting at 1856 meters above sea level, it twice hosted the Winter Olympics. St. Moritz has a world-championship bobsled run made of natural ice and an outdoor Olympic ice rink. Known as the birthplace for Alpine winter holidays dating back to 1864.
Only about 6km from St.Moritz, this resort has a peaceful tranquil side. Set amidst sublimely beautiful and unspoilt scenery with expansive frozen lakes, forests dusted with snow, and peaceful footpaths and scenic cross-country ski trails leading through the enchanting Engadin mountain landscape, Silvaplana also offers an abundance of treats to those who prefer natural highs to adrenalin-fuelled thrills.