Standing at the summit and enjoying the wonderful vistas in the bright sunshine: the region around St. Moritz boasts some of Switzerland’s most beautiful hiking trails and vantage points. These are havens of peace and tranquillity, places to unwind and slow down, set against a paradise-like mountain backdrop. Not to mention the more than 300 days of sunshine a year. The route up to the highest of heights can be done sportingly, on foot, or in complete comfort,
Muottas Muragl: One of the classics among excursion destinations (2,456 m). Once at the mountain station, whether on foot or on board the vintage funicular, various hiking and trekking trails await, as does one of the most spectacular views over the picturesque Engadin.
Piz Nair: The Piz Nair (3,056 m) mountain station can be reached directly from the centre of St. Moritz. The Chantarella-Corviglia funicular first takes you up to St. Moritz’s local mountain and then on to Piz Nair by cable car. An alternative route is to take the Signal ropeway from St. Moritz Bad in the direction of Corviglia or one of the many hiking trails up to and around Piz Nair.
Corvatsch: The Bernina Massif on one side and the Engadin lake plateau on the other, with views of a thousand-and-one Alpine peaks. From the Corvatsch mountain station (3,303 m) there is a fantastic panoramic view to enjoy. This is also the starting point for a multitude of mountain hikes. Some of the finest views are also on offer a little further down along the panoramic trail leading from the Corvatsch middle station (2,702 m) via Prugnieu and Alp Prasüra down to Sils (1,797 m).
Diavolezza: The Diavolezza mountain station (2,978 m) has an unforgettable view over the Pers and Morteratsch Glaciers, Piz Palü, Piz Bellavista, and Piz Bernina. You have the option of exploring the hiking area on your own along one of the many hiking trails or of booking a guided glacier hike or glacier trekking tour.