Their unique combination of narrow ridges, lofty peaks and iridescent blue mountain lakes is quite staggering. The massif around the Engadin mountain valley has an amazing number of highlights: icy glaciers, glimpses of the "Ballroom of the Alps" with its and three and four thousand metre high peaks, or Engadin's lakes, a ribbon of silver pools stretching along the valley floor.
Whoever would like to explore the scenic beauties of the Upper Engadin by foot will get their money’s worth at Corvatsch. A vast number of worthwhile hikes lead from Sils, Silvaplana, St. Moritz or Pontresina towards and around the Corvatsch region. Soon enough, one moves above the forest line and enjoys splendid views of glaciers and lakes. Whether sportive and performance-oriented or for desire and pleasure, every interest finds a suitable route in the Corvatsch hiking area.
Enjoy the “Black Peak” and its sporty neighbours! Hikers and bikers love the mountains and the energy of Alpine nature. There is more than enough of this in the Piz Nair, Corviglia and Marguns regions.: A view which extends over the Upper Engadine Lake District almost to Maloja on nice days with scenery comprised of green bowls, mountain streams and lakes. There is a kaleidoscope of possibilities to wander through the Alpine world with hiking shoes or by bike.
This is where the true high mountains start! The Bernina massif vis-à-vis the Diavolezza towers above the scenery with eight peaks ranging up to 4,000 m (13,123.4 ft) mark: a veritable feast for the eyes and an El Dorado for climbers and Alpine mountaineers. But in addition to the declared top destinations Piz Palü and Piz Bernina, the high mountain region can also be experienced in other ways. Try a glacier hike across the tongue of the Pers and Morteratsch Glaciers, take the 500 treading steps of the fixed-rope climbing route (Via Ferrata) or experience a wellness treatment at Europe’s highest Jacuzzi.
Here, you’ll find something for the heart and for the feet. Since time immemorial, not only artists have been inspired by the view from the classic mountain, but people like us are also captivated over and over again by the setting. The ascent with the red funicular alone is a show. For over 100 years, it has climbed up the steep slope and is the second oldest mountain railway in the Graubünden region. Some come to enjoy and have a feast, while others want to hike into the panorama, either down to Pontresina or up to the Segantini Hut and Schafberg. where the famous Italian painter Giovanni Segantini died in seclusion.Back