It’s time for the 53rd Engadin Skimarathon on March 12, the largest cross-country skiing event in Switzerland, and the second largest in the world.
Ski your way through the Engadin
The Skimarathon was started in 1969 and has been an annual event ever since. Thousands of participants skiing down the route from Maloja to S-chanf on the second Sunday of March. Other programmes that take place are the Engadin Half-Marathon, Engadin Women’s Race, and Engadin Night Race. The event attracts around 14,000 cross-country fans from over 65 nations that gather in the Grisons High Valley.
The marathon route is over 42 km long and it starts from Maloja. It passes through Sils Maria, Silvaplana, St. Moritz, Pontresina, Samedan, Bever, Madulain, Zuoz, until it finally ends at S-chanf.