Graubünden has every colour: Red for the Rhätische Bahn railway, yellow for the postal buses, blue for its 615 lakes and the skies above 150 valleys, green for forests and pastures, golden brown for larch trees in autumn, grey for castles and rocks, and white for snow and ice.
Choose red to take the Rhätische Bahn to Klosters, Davos, Arosa, St. Moritz, the Surselva region, the Engadine and Valposchiavo. Choose yellow and see Savognin and the Müstair valley, Lenzerheide, and the Mesolcina and Bregaglia valleys by postal bus. Pick grey for climbing a sheer rock face, and white for storming peaks and traversing glaciers. Or simply sit down on a patch of green and enjoy azure skies above.
Snap on your skis and take a paraglider taxi through the air, or join high altitude ski tours that bring you closer to the heavens. Discover the meaning of silence when you float across snowed-in valleys in a hot-air balloon, whilst taking in the many faces of Mother Nature across the diverse landscape. Have a professional take you down the St. Moritz Olympic bobsled run. Toboggan from Preda to Bergün or brave a glacier downhill run on the Diavolezza... Who doesn’t dream of adventures like these?
Whether skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing or taking a ride on a horse-drawn sleigh, everything is possible in Graubünden's resorts with their near-guaranteed perfect snow conditions. How about a gourmet dinner far away from the crowds? Learn about the rich culture of Switzerland's eastern-most holiday region and its capital Chur, the oldest town in the country. Or why not simply relax in a traditional spa? Try Telemark skiing, parabol skiing or snow golf – putting a red ball on a white «green». In Graubünden, all of this is possible – and much more.