Visit to the Alpine Museum

Visit to the Alpine Museum

Many of the exhibitions at the Alpine Museum located in an old Engadine house are of interest to children as well, for example, a bird collection with recorded birdsong, minerals from the Upper Engadine, Bergell, Puschlav, magic world of minerals...more

Berghaus Diavolezza, 3000m

Berghaus Diavolezza, 3000m

Hospitable atmosphere, attentive service, well-known for good food and stimulating entertainment. A pleasant, restorative holiday is guaranteed!more

Diavolezza-Morteratsch Glacier Descent

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In the middle of the Alpine stage against the magnificent backdrop of...more

Visit to the Alpine Museum

Many of the exhibitions at the Alpine Museum located in an old Engadine house are of interest to children as well, for example, a bird collection with recorded birdsong, minerals from the Upper Engadine, Bergell, Puschlav, magic world of minerals with exhibits from all over the world, hunting, game and the environment, development of summer and winter Alpinism.

The Alpine Museum offers visitors and locals alike a wealth of information concerning lifestyle, culture and development of the farming village to transformation of the popular Pontresina mountain resort, which it is today.

Berghaus Diavolezza, 3000m

Hospitable atmosphere, attentive service, well-known for good food and stimulating entertainment. A pleasant, restorative holiday is guaranteed!

Diavolezza-Morteratsch Glacier Descent

In the middle of the Alpine stage against the magnificent backdrop of the "Ice Giants" belonging to the Bernina massif, the yellow marked, unprepared run starts at the Diavolezza summit station and leads down to the Pers Glacier via the glacier moraine.

Predominantly runs of medium difficulty are on the pistes menu in the Diavolezza ski region. And of course a special tidbit for very fit skiers is the 10-km long glacier descent from the Diavolezza mountain station to Morteratsch stop on the Bernina railway line.

Bernina Express

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