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The thrill of the Cresta Run: a winter tradition in St. Moritz

Nestled among the beautiful Swiss Alps, the Cresta Run in St. Moritz has captivated the hearts of thrill seekers and sports enthusiasts for over a century.
The Cresta Run was first built in 1884 conceived as a sled run. Today is an exciting skeleton course on ice. The trail's name comes from the ridge-like trail that carves into the snowy landscape as it winds along the hillside.
What distinguishes Cresta Run is its exclusivity. Access to this legendary slope is reserved for members of the St. Moritz Tobogganing Club, one of the oldest winter sports clubs in existence.
The social aspect is just as important as sporting ability: the St. Moritz Tobogganing Club fosters a priceless sense of camaraderie among its members.

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