Val da Camp

Val da Camp

Graubünden has 937 mountains, 150 valleys and 615 lakes. There are numerous clear mountain lakes in the Val da Camp, and because the mountain valley is only accessible by foot, its popularity is not yet widespread. After walking for some time, you cross over the Pass da Val Viola, and finally...more

Ristorante Alpe Campo, 2065m

Ristorante Alpe Campo, 2065m

Family-friendly guesthouse and restaurant in the heart of the Val di Campo serving typical regional cuisine. more

Ecology and Electricity Trail

Ecology and...

Between the "Ospizio Bernina" Refuge and the glacier mills of Cavaglia,...more

Sassal Mason viewpoint

Sassal Mason...

At first glance the high alpine region around the Bernina Pass looks...more

Val da Camp

Graubünden has 937 mountains, 150 valleys and 615 lakes. There are numerous clear mountain lakes in the Val da Camp, and because the mountain valley is only accessible by foot, its popularity is not yet widespread. After walking for some time, you cross over the Pass da Val Viola, and finally reach Bormio, the main town of the Upper Veltlin. But there are also many opportunities for smaller walks.

Ristorante Alpe Campo, 2065m

Family-friendly guesthouse and restaurant in the heart of the Val di Campo serving typical regional cuisine.

Ecology and Electricity Trail

Between the "Ospizio Bernina" Refuge and the glacier mills of Cavaglia, 12 signposts depict in an effortless way the history of this high Alpine valley.

Between the "Ospizio Bernina" Refuge and the glacier mills of Cavaglia, 12 signposts show how electric current was brought to the Rhaetian Railways and the Valposchiavo valley. They also explain the ecological production of energy, and provide geological and biological information on this high Alpine valley.

Sassal Mason viewpoint

At first glance the high alpine region around the Bernina Pass looks barren, yet it boasts a wealth of alpine flora. You can see this for yourself on the path along the Lago Bianco to the Sassal Mason (2355 m), with its splendid panorama of the Palü glacier and as far as the Val Poschiavo. All along the way there are tempting restaurants to spend a while in, at the Ospizio Bernina, in Sassal Mason, at the Belvedere and on the Alp Grüm.

At first glance the high alpine region around the Bernina Pass looks barren, yet it boasts a wealth of alpine flora.