Diavolezza – above the glaciers

Diavolezza, Italian for she-devil, is a popular Engadine mountain. According to legend, a beautiful mountain fairy once upon a time misguided men, so that they vanished forever. Actually, Diavolezza is itself an unbelievably beautiful temptation. more

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Glacier nature trail Morteratsch

Nature trail from Morteratsch station (1896m) to the glacier, through thousands of years of the earth's history into the ice ages, and back again... more

Glacier nature trail Morteratsch
Diavolezza-Morteratsch Glacier Descent

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,... more

Diavolezza – above the glaciers

Diavolezza, Italian for she-devil, is a popular Engadine mountain. According to legend, a beautiful mountain fairy once upon a time misguided men, so that they vanished forever. Actually, Diavolezza is itself an unbelievably beautiful temptation.

Impressive views as seen from the Piz Palü – above Bellavista and on to Piz Bernina. Simply stand back and marvel, or delight in some kind of adventure: Diavolezza is the perfect spot for both.

Glacier nature trail Morteratsch

Nature trail from Morteratsch station (1896m) to the glacier, through thousands of years of the earth's history into the ice ages, and back again into the present. Information about the current recession of the glaciers and the unusual life forms in their foreland. Views across the Pers and Morteratsch glacier, of Piz Palü and Piz Bernina. 2.7 km to the glacier, 100m difference in elevation, 45 minutes.

The walk from the Morteratsch train station to the end of the Morteratsch Glacier is a brief one, yet it covers thousands of years of the earth’s history.

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.