Cars arrived in St. Moritz

At 18.00 this evening, the competitors made their entrance into St. Moritz by skirting the Olympia Bobrun St. Moritz-Celerina, the bobsleigh track which, inaugurated in 1904, boasts the record of being the oldest in the world and is the only one with natural refrigeration still used for international competitions. Via Maistra, in the heart of the pearl of the Engadine, welcomed the crews for the closing of the third day of competition.

During the course of the race afternoon, the stopwatches immediately started at the exit from Livigno and, after the Average Trial in Valdidentro, two Passage Controls followed, the first in Bormio and then in Tirano.

The ascent to the Bernina Pass engaged the crews in a challenging Average Trial, one of those that most embody the authentic spirit of the Coppa delle Alpi, which was first organised 103 years ago as a tour de force among the Alpine passes, certainly not as anthropized as today.

During dinner, sports infrastructure for tourism development will be discussed. Participants will include Franco Giovanoli of Skiclub Alpina, Sigi Asprion of Freestyle Championships 2025 in the Engadin, Annatina Poltera, Head of Tourism Infrastructure of St. Moritz, Tiziano Zeller of the St. Moritz Ski School, and Fabrizio D’Aloisio and Luigi Lenatti of St. Moritz Tourismus.

To see videos of the interviews made so far with the local representatives of institutions and best practices, see the Great Alpine Journey page.