Pass Lunghin


Maloja: Engadin St. Moritz

Maloja: Engadin St. Moritz

On the Lunghin Pass, there is a quite remarkable feature to be seen: Europe’s only three-way water divide is situated at precisely the pass height.

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To the east, the water flows into the Inn and via the Danube into the Black Sea. To the north-west, the water flows into the Julia and then the Rhine, which eventually reaches the North Sea. The water in the Mera flows south-west into Lake Como and via the Po into the Mediterranean. The pass is surrounded by a towering mountain landscape of rubble and boulders. By contrast, the climb up to the Lunginsee is through alpine meadows and across pretty streams.

Hiking, cycling and mountain biking


Take the PostBus to Maloja Post Office, then on foot

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