Ideas for your incentives and group getaways

In St. Moritz
The mountain is calling!
Ideas for your incentives and group getaways

Special arrival by train

Let your journey become an adventure!
The trip with the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) from Chur to Tiefencastel to the Engadin, with its helical tunnels and breathtakingly high viaducts, is one of the most scenic and technically interesting in Europe. From Zurich Main Railway Station you can reach the St. Moritz region in just 3 hours and 21 minutes. A first Meet & Greet can be held in your private charter coach, where the group will be spoiled with culinary treats.

Experience tradition

Caviar Tasting
A passion for the black pearls from the Caspian Sea combined with an established knowledge about caviar as well as the careful processing of the tender fry enables Glattfelder to offer the best quality of this delicacy. Satisfy yourself during an exclusive Caviar Tasting at the traditional shop in St. Moritz. 

Cafè Badilatti & coffee museum „Caferama“
Pay Europe‘s highest-located coffee roasting facility a visit. The Caferama, Badilatti`s own coffee-museum, offers a fascinating introduction into the world of coffee. After the diverting and entertaining tour of the exhibition the guests can enjoy a cup of freshly roasted coffee in the stylishly appointed cafè.

Winterly pleasures

Snowshoeing
With snowshoes on your feet, you are free to wander through forests freshly covered in snow, across frozen lakes and up to scenic viewpoints. Discover the Engadin in a different way and go on tour with your guests. For an especially idyllic experience of nature, try a snowshoe hike by moonlight. 

Toboggan Run Bergün
Switzerland’s most famous toboggan run offers an unforgettable winter adventure for everyone: The 5km (3 mile) route leads from Preda (1,800m/5,905ft) along the twisting, snow-covered Albula Pass road all the way down to Bergün (1,400m/4,593ft).

Around the peaks

Olympia Bob Run
The „Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz - Celerina“ is the oldest bob run in the world, and the only natural ice track in existence. With the Taxibob passengers can experience the thrilling ride in a four-man bob. With top speeds of 135 km/h and g-forces of up to 5 times the norm, it certainly gets the adrenalin pumping. 

Snowkiting
Glide across the snow on skis or on a snowboard, pulled along by a kite: snowkiting is an increasingly popular sport that harnesses the power of the wind to provide an incomparable thrill.
Anyone who feels at home on the pistes, whatever their age, can quickly learn the ropes.

Summer adventures

Alpine cheese diary and hiking tour to the Morteratsch Glacier
At the cheese dairy the guests can watch cheese being made, as well as taste the many varieties produced at the cheese buffet. The idyllic alpine hut is located close to the Morteratsch Glacier, surrounded by nature. After a culinary treat the group can go on a glacier hiking tour. A guide will provide interesting information about the „perpetual ice“. Experience the ice – as long as it‘s still there! 

GPS hunt
A GPS hunt is an exciting and varied activity that makes an ideal event for groups of up to 200 people or more. Teams make use of modern satellite-tracking devices to locate objects and solve puzzles at various locations in the Engadin. This journey of discovery through St. Moritz and its surroundings can take place in any weather.

Sporty challenges

River Rafting
A splashy experience through easy or rough white water - and the unique nature of the „Swiss King of the alpine rivers“. Experienced river-rafting-guides will lead your way through the waters. A half or full day packed with team spirit, action and pure nature.

Canyoning
Abseil down waterfalls, slide down river chutes and leap into rock pools: the ultimate adrenaline kick, in crystal-clear mountain water (in Italy).

For night owls

Moon-lit train trip to Alp Grüm
You can experience the Bernina line at full moon on a trip in a panorama car of the Rhaetian Railway from St. Moritz/Pontresina up to Alp Grüm. On the way up the mountainside, passengers are served an aperitif, after which they can tuck into a tasty Swiss fondue at the Ristorante Albergo Alp Grüm, at 2,091 metres (6,860ft) above sea level. On the journey back down to St. Moritz, the lights in the train are switched off so that passengers can marvel at the magnificent moonlit scenery.

For bookings of your own personalized incentive events, please contact the Groups & Events department at meetings.stmoritz@kempinski.com or +41 81 838 3036

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