For years, Pontresina has been considered a stronghold of Swiss curling – and for good reason: With 10 to 12 perfectly maintained ice rinks, the ideally situated Roseg natural ice rink caters to every level of skater. Club-owned sets are available on all rinks. The curling rink is open from mid-December until the end of February, weather permitting. In bad weather or unfavourable conditions, the ice rink is closed. By the way: curling fans can book rinks for tournaments or fun and games directly at the Curling Club Village Pontresina.
Curling in Pontresina, the Engadine
In Pontresina ice is guaranteed under an open sky
Free fun-curling in Pontresina
From mid-December until the end of February (weather permitting), every Monday evening from 19:30 to 21:30 guests and locals can practise curling on Roseg ice rink under the guidance of a qualified trainer. Participation is free for all. Proper footwear and warm clothing recommended.
Bavarian curling in Pontresina
Do you know the Bavarian curling game? If not, we invite you to an introductory course. A skilled curling coach will introduce you to this exciting game at Roseg natural ice rink at the sports pavilion. The free trial lessons take place Tuesdays 19:30 to 21:30 from mid-December until late February (weather permitting). Registration is not required except for groups.
Ice rinks – information
For information on opening times for the ice rinks, the rental stations, curling and Bavarian curling courses and rink hire, contact the local tourist information office. More information on the Engadine curling rinks and conditions can be found at www.engadin.stmoritz.ch/curling.
Curling-Club Village Pontresina
The local Curling Club Village Pontresina organises various tournaments at regional and national levels as well as fun events. The current schedules can be viewed at www.curling-pontresina.ch.