Piz Nair – by Guardiaun Grischun

Piz Nair – by Guardiaun Grischun

High above St. Moritz where the Säntis cable car ends - at almost 2,500 meters above sea level - is the starting point of the cable car going up to the Piz Nair.more

Silsersee

Silsersee

Lej da Segl, Lej da Silvaplana, Lej da Champfèr and Lej da San Murezzan are the Romansh names of the four lakes of the Upper Engadine. The boat service from Maloja to Sils is the highest operating anywhere in Europe.more

Pizol – single summit and five lakes

Pizol – single...

From mountain train to mountain train, from lake to lake - the...more

Lauchernalp – sunny terrace

Lauchernalp –...

The Lötschental has for a long time been the end of the world and so has...more

Piz Nair – by Guardiaun Grischun

High above St. Moritz where the Säntis cable car ends - at almost 2,500 meters above sea level - is the starting point of the cable car going up to the Piz Nair.

Two funicular railways leaving from the St. Moritz village take you via Chantarella to Corviglia, from where the cable car whisks you up to the famous vantage point in the Suvretta region.

Silsersee

Lej da Segl, Lej da Silvaplana, Lej da Champfèr and Lej da San Murezzan are the Romansh names of the four lakes of the Upper Engadine. The boat service from Maloja to Sils is the highest operating anywhere in Europe.

The shipping line with the highest location in Europe plows through this magnificent Alpine lake, situated at 1800 metres above sea level in 40 minutes - starting from Sils Maria.

Pizol – single summit and five lakes

From mountain train to mountain train, from lake to lake - the Five-Lakes-Hike on Mt Pizol is a classic and is considered one of Switzerland's most beautiful high Alpine tours. Pizol means high peak in Romansh but these days there is luckily a modern aerial cable car that brings one up to the 2227-meter-high summit.

Two gondola railways make their way up from Bad Ragaz or Wangs to the edge of the forest, from where you enjoy far-reaching views over the Rhine Valley to Lake Constance – and chairlifts carrying you to the Pizol ridge if you wish to venture further afield.

Lauchernalp – sunny terrace

The Lötschental has for a long time been the end of the world and so has remained wonderfully unspoiled. A mountain climbers' Eldorado opens up from the Lauchernalp onwards.

Above the treeline, on a terrace created by a glacier, you soon discover the sun-spoilt Alps of the Lötschen Valley: Krummenalp, Hockenalp, Lauchernalp, Weritzalp and Tellialp.