Small family paradise
Zuoz is rightly referred to as the most family-friendly ski resort in the Engadin region. Zuoz's great beginner pistes are serviced by 5 ski lifts, including a lift with a special child safety system. The ski resort also has a ski school with a snow garden full of interesting attractions for children. Snowli, the fantastic snow mascot with big, blue eyes and long ears, awaits the children in the Swiss Snow Kids Village. In a playful and relaxed environment, Snowli helps the little ones discover their skis and snowboards.
While the children ride down gentle hills under the guidance of ski instructors, parents can enjoy the winter sports facilities of Zuoz or the entire Engadin St. Moritz ski area. Friends of winter hikes find in the lower part of the ski resort Zuoz beautiful hiking routes for foot, snowshoe or ski hikes. The route of the famous Engadin ski marathon leads through Zuoz. It provides an ideal connection to the entire network of routes in the Engadine St. Moritz region, with 220 kilometers of routes.
The nordic ski center "Sur En" is the meeting point for cross-country skiers. One finds there among other amenities, changing rooms, showers and lockers. The Nordic Ski Center also houses the cross-country ski school. Next door there is a ski rental, with an excellent range of cross-country skiing equipment. Zuoz also has a sled piste of 1.5 km in length and a natural ice rink for ice hockey or ice skating.
open air museum
In addition to its ski resort, it is above all its rich architectural heritage that makes Zuoz so interesting. With its old houses, some dating back to the 16th century, the village of Zuoz resembles an open-air museum. The famous patrician house "Chesa Planta", the old hotel Crusch Alva, the church of San Luzi, the chapel of San Bastiaun and the old prison are picturesque buildings, full of history, worth a visit. Opposite the Tourist Information stands the old prison with its old, square tower of stone. The key to the visit can be obtained from the Tourist Information. Inside there are still old torture devices - silent witnesses of the tragic past of this place.
Zuoz is proud to own the highest coffee roaster in Europe. In the coffee museum "Caferama" fascinating exhibits describe the historical role of the Engadin for the opening and promotion of the first coffee houses in the world. A visit to the museum is usually followed by a coffee tasting in the famous café "Badilatti". A pleasure that coffee lovers should not miss.