Climbing & Mountaineering

Pontresina has ten climbing routes that are ideal for beginners. The rather flat gneiss rock of "Platta" requires especially good footwork. The "Cresta" route (40 m) is an intermediate route with a platform stop halfway up and a single rope of 50 m is enough.

Bergsteigerschule Pontresina

The Pontresina mountaineering school is the oldest and still the largest in Graubünden. It offers its guests carefree mountain experiences. These include summit ascents to the two most famous mountains in the Engadin: Piz Palü and Piz Bernina. Tours are offered for beginners and advanced climbers.

Parc Alpin

The new rope park is located in Prasüras (S-chanf) at the entrance to Val Trupchun. In the sparse larch forest, a rope park with 4 courses of different difficulty levels has been set up. An unforgettable experience in unique nature.

Climbing tips

Via ferrata Trovat I (K2-K3) and II (K5-K6)
by the mountain station Diavolezza

Via ferrata, or fixed-rope climb, Resgia (K3-K4)  
Behind the Resgia parking lot near the Pontresina factory, left from the waterfall to Alp Languard.


Serlas Parc
Serlas Parc in S-chanf has over 450 m2 of climbing surface and 120 m2 of boulder walls for every level and difficulty. This climbing gym also has two self-locking belays for solo climbing. Climbing equipment is available to rent.

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