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This friendly skiing area is popular with those looking for less hustle and bustle and more active recreation in unique nature. The panoramic Aela ski lift at the gates of the village perfectly matches the idyll of picturesque Maloja, which forms a harmonious conclusion to the Engadin high valley. A sun-drenched insider tip for individualists, the decelerated and soul riders, who find relaxation here just as much as families with their kids. There is also fun on the snowtubing facility, where young and old alike can sling across the wide piste on oversized, brightly coloured inflatable tubes.
Mid December until mid March daily 9.30am-4.00pm
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Family/ChildrenKids learning area
kids ski school
On the border with Italian-speaking Switzerland lies the small village of Maloja in the Upper Engadin. The ski area of Maloja has only one drag lift and one practice lift, but impresses with its tranquillity and an impressive view of the Bergell granite mountains. Nature lovers and families in particular appreciate the small Swiss mountain village of Maloja, which has geared its offer especially to children.
Adults 35.00 CHF
Children 20.00 CHF
Ski/SnowboardAt Maloja, those seeking relaxation and families will find a small, quiet ski area that stretches across the slopes of the impressive, 2159 m high Piz Aela. In addition to a drag lift, a practice lift and a practice area for little skiers, there is also a snow tubing facility. Small children are looked after in the guest kindergarten, and the local ski school can help them with their first skiing attempts on request. The scenic views of the Bergell granite mountains are particularly beautiful. Freeriders are offered some beautiful downhill possibilities away from the groomed slopes.
Nordic/Winter hikingA special event is the annual Engadin Ski Marathon, in which thousands of cross-country skiers take part. The 42 km route starts in Maloja and finishes in S-chanf. There are a total of 240 kilometres of cross-country ksi trails in Engadin & St. Moritz. At Maloja, for example, cross-country skiers can choose the village circuit or the lake circuit around Lake Sils. The impressive mountain landscape in the idyllic high valley also invites you to take leisurely winter hikes. A total of 250 km of winter hiking trails are cleared for this purpose in the Engadin.
Public transportBy Engadin bus to Maloja Post Office
By roadMaloja is located on the main road 3 at the Maloja Pass
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