The OVAVERVA is part of the official Swiss Olympic high altitude training base in St. Moritz
Those who train here at 1,856 metres above sea level benefit from the dry, bracing, alpine climate and the ideal weather conditions with an average of 322 days of sunshine per year.
St. Moritz is the official Swiss Olympic «High Altitude Training Base». The infrastructure is also available to amateur athletes and non-Olympians from Switzerland and abroad. The OVAVERVA is part of the training facilities!
Olympic and world champions swim, exercise and recuperate at the OVAVERVA.
Top athletes like Swiss triathlete and four-time Olympian Nicola Spirig and amateur athletes from major sporting events in the region, such as the Engadin Skimarathon in winter and the St. Moritz Running Festival in summer, value their training and recreation here:
The “Hall of Fame” at the OVAVERVA portrays top athletes who prepare here for their competitions. Be inspired! We look forward to your visit!
Contact details for altitude training and sports camps in St. Moritz:
St. Moritz Sports & Events
Further information about altitude training in St. Moritz at: Höhentraining in St. Moritz