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Engadin St. Moritz

The Engadine and St. Moritz, one of the most glamorous alpine destinations, provide a variety of attractive  offers which are unfogettable. The unique valley of the Alps convinces with its original, alpine and sustainably impressive nature.

The Engadin St. Moritz region captivates ‒ both in elegant St. Moritz and in the sporty high-lying valley, which continually inspires guests to undertake new tours of discovery and awaits with adventures to suit every budget.

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Hiking: out and about in a 5-star panorama

In Engadin St. Moritz, 580 km (360 miles) of footpaths are waiting to be explored on walks, hikes and tours. The views are particularly spectacular on the hiking mountain of Muottas Muragl, while strolls down in the valley are nothing short of idyllic – for example, in the pleasantly shady Staz forest. And those who simply cannot get enough of hiking can extend their multi-day tour at will – along the Via Alpina, for example, or through the Swiss National Park. Incidentally, guests who stay at any of over 100 hotels (and in an increasing number of holiday apartments) participating in the “Mountain railways and cableways included” deal benefit from unlimited use of the cable cars, funiculars and chair lifts from the second night of their stay. Numerous hotels offer free travel on public transport, too.

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Mountain-climbing: more fun on the mountain

The mountain tours in the Engadin are considered the most beautiful in the entire Alpine region. The undisputed highlight is the Bernina massif, with its magnificent peak, the Piz Bernina (4,049m/13,284ft). The experienced mountain guides in the mountaineering village of Pontresina set great store by safety. As a result, even beginners feel completely at ease under their supervision – such as when making their first glacier traversal with ice pick and crampons, ascending via the Biancograt to the Piz Bernina, or negotiating one of the famous fixed-rope routes, such as the via ferrata on the Piz Trovat.

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What lakes: where adventure is reflected

The Big Four: At 1,800m (5,906ft) above sea level, the late plateau offers water fun at the highest of levels. Firstly, for yachtsmen and women on Lake St. Moritz and, secondly, Lake Silvaplana is revered by windsurfers; here they can reach speeds of up to 80 km/h (50 mph), while kitesurfers boast of jumps lasting up to 20 seconds. On Lake Champfer, anglers fish in beautifully clear water, and Lake Sils is home to Europe’s highest-altitude scheduled boat service.

The tiny bathing lakes: They are tucked away in little woods, glitter in the sun on an elevated area, or languish lazily in a wide valley. On hot days, the clean Alpine and moor lakes invite visitors to take a refreshing dip. Particularly picturesque are the Lägh da Cavloc near Maloja, the Lej Nair and the Lej Marsch near St. Moritz-Bad. And for many, the most romantic of them all: the Lej da Staz directly next to Lake St. Moritz.

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Wellness: the ultimate treat for body and soul

The Upper Engadin certainly knows what does you good. A relaxing bath, for example. The region’s most unusual whirlpool bath is at the same time the smallest – not to mention the highest-lying in Europe. At 3,000m (9,843ft) above sea level, guests sit in a huge bubbling tub in front of the Berghaus Diavolezza and take in the magnificent scenery. In the magnificent spa at the Grand Hotel Kronenhof in Pontresina, guests can relax in sensuous surroundings. And at the Mineral Baths & Spa in Samedan, visitors work their way from the ground floor up through three floors of spa facilities right up to the roof bath outside in the open air. Added to these are three public swimming baths – the Family Pool in Zernez and the recently renovated Bellavita Pool & Spa in Pontresina, the OVAVERVA Pool, Spa & Sports Centre in St. Moritz ‒ as well as St. Moritz’s world-famous mineral springs. Five-star luxury can be enjoyed at the St. Moritz High Alpine Spa at the Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bain, at the elegant complex at the Kulm Hotel and at the Mountain Spa of the Giardino Moutain, while the enchanting spa at the modern Carlton Hotel is open in winter. The wellness temples at the Badrutt’s Palace and the Suvretta House also boast a superlative offer.

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