Built between 1908 and 1911, these two first-generation railcars were in almost daily service on the Bernina Line for an astonishing 100 years. Now, between 14 July and 12 August, the two railcars are coming back into service for return trips between Poschiavo and St. Moritz via Alp Grüm every Wednesday and Thursday.
The idyllic journey aboard the vintage train is both historic and spectacular. The journey begin from St. Moritz / Pontresina and continues upwards to Ospizio Bernina, the highest point on the RhB network at alt. 2253 metres, and passes two lakes, Lago Bianco and Lej Neir, until Alp Grüm, which boasts a restaurant that can only be reached by train. The famous Montebello Curve and the views of the Morteratsch Glacier demonstrate how the railway pioneers kept the discerning traveler in mind when designing the route. You can experience this delightful journey for the price of a standard ticket.