What about Snow Polo? Even more crazy & More Glitz

Snow Polo Action

Go SEE it live on January 29–31, St. Moritz 2016

Snow Polo World Cup the only high goal polo tournament played on snow - looks like it could be a neck shot

Snow Polo World Cup has been played in St. Moritz since 1985 and is (not surprisingly) the only high goal polo tournament played on snow.

 Local chefs offer a wide range exquisite gourmet food and a number of social events take place during week-end at the nearby hotels.  The three days of the tournament show off high-class polo played against the dramatic backdrop of the snow-capped mountains of the Engadin Valley. Since the very first tournament, admission to the Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz has always been free—and this includes access to the stands. In 2015, more than 12,000 spectators attended the three days of the tournament.

Want something more exclusive?  Opt for the VIP area. Watch the game while having lunch prepared by star chef Reto Mathis. VIP tickets for the Snow Polo World Cup 2016 will be available soon.  More information here.

The word "polo" is actually derived from the Tibetan word "pulu" for ball