The South Eastern Alps, the location of the Upper Engadine valley, are majestic monuments thrust upwards millions of years ago by the meeting of continental plates. The best known peaks have generated numerous mountaineering stories - above all the Piz Bernina (4,049 m).

Chantarella-Corviglia above St. Moritz.

Their unique combination of narrow ridges, lofty peaks and iridescent blue mountain lakes is quite staggering. The massif around the Engadine mountain valley has an amazing number of highlights: icy glaciers, glimpses of the "Ballroom of the Alps" with its three and four thousand metre high peaks or Engadine's lakes, a ribbon of silver pools stretches along the valley floor.

In winter you can find most of the 350 slopes in the areas of Corviglia/Marguns in St. Moritz, Corvatsch in Silvaplana/Surley and Diavolezza/Lagalp in Pontresina. 88 runs and 37 restaurants on the mountain help you find out where to be enchanted by the magic of winter.

In summer you can explore over 580 km of hiking trails along rocky lookout points and untouched mountain streams. Or simply take an easy stroll with the baby pusher around inspiring lakes. The numerous mountain railways offer easy access throughout the whole resort.

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