The Cresta run is a natural ice run at St. Moritz in Switzerland. The natural ice is 3,978 feet long skeleton racing sled. This U-shaped half tube of ice track is recognized Swiss winter sports of St. Moritz. Built in 1884 by the eventual founder of the St. Moritz Tobogganing Club, Major Bulpetts, the run sport is rather extreme and the participants are only men. This sport has been banned for women since 1929. Cresta run and SMTC were founded by sledding devotees with specified rules and regulations. In 2010, the run will be celebrating its 125th anniversary.