We start directly at the Hotel Hauser in St. Moritz. From there we climb about 400 metres in altitude to Alp Suvretta. Now we follow the high trail to Silvaplana. The wonderful view of the Engadine lakes captivates us. We hike directly along Lake Silvaplana to Sils. In Sils we take the bus back to the hotel. Here, the well-deserved drink at the RooBar is waiting for us! In the evening we let ourselves be convinced by the good cuisine and enjoy the first evening in St. Moritz.
Today we discover the Puschlav. We start on the Bernina Pass and hike via Sassal Masone to the Alp Grüm. The view of the Puschlav and the Palü glacier is incredible. Along the Lagh da Palü we reach Cavaglia. A short stop at the Cavaglia Glacier Garden is a must, the glacier mills are fascinating. Then we tackle the last section and finally reach Poschiavo. The small town with its narrow streets and beautiful village squares gives a Mediterranean feeling in the middle of the alpine scenery. Occasionally we take the train back to the Bernina Pass and St. Moritz.
Bergell is one of the most isolated valleys in Switzerland. On the Sentiero Panoramica Val Bregaglia we discover the southern valley of Graubünden on a scenically spectacular high trail. We start in Casaccia, but soon leave civilization behind and immerse ourselves in the silence of the valley. Majestically enthroned the backdrop of the rocky mountain peaks on the other side of the valley in the height At the Alp Durbegia we take a well-deserved break and enjoy the view and the unique panorama. Then we continue our hike until we reach the picturesque village of Soglio with its 300 inhabitants.
The post bus occasionally takes you back. If you still feel like it, you can get off the train with us in Maloja and take a short hike to the glacier mills of Maloja. Here we find one of the largest collections of glacial pots in Europe and the imposing Belvedere Tower. (4 km, about 1h)
Those who have already had enough can continue directly to St. Moritz and tackle the way home.