For those inclined towards health pursuits, there is a modern beauty centre, which encourages â˜terrain cures’. House interior designs photos There are fifty miles of walking trails to follow in St. Moritz, including those along the lakes of the Engadine valley, where one can visit small inns on the way. Other summertime sports include tennis, clay-pigeon shooting, windsurfing, mountain climbing, botanical and geographical excursions, sailing, squash, skiing, fishing, golf, skating on an artificial lake, horse-drawn coach rides, riding, river-rafting on the Inn and guided hikes in the national park. Those who like to see a variety of scenery can base themselves at St. Moritz and use the summer season train system to see varied alpine areas. You can take the Glacier Express to Zermatt, the Bernina Express to Tirano in Italy, the Engadine Express to Innsbruck, Salzburg and Vienna, or the Palm Express to Ascona and Zermatt. Abercrombie and Kent has a series of train journeys in Europe with bellboys to move luggage from the train to overnight first-class hotels and back to the train again. The company’s Great Switzerland Express has overnight and day stops in St. Moritz and Zermatt.