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Close to heaven in the UNESCO Biosfera Engiadina Val Müstair

Panoramic winter hike on the solitary heights in the Val Müstair to a picture-book mountain village.

Alpine Bike Route (Stage 2/16)

Val Mora is the highlight of the second day on the Alpine Bike route. It leads to Livigno at the end of the day. The solitary high mountain valley looks a lot like the wilderness of Canada and an unparalleled mountain bike spectacle.

Along the banks of the Rom - themed trail

From the source of the Rom in Tschierv to the Italian border (total of 14 km). Past fens, natural river banks, escarpments of the Bach, mysterious, elf-inhabited meadows. Generous widenings of the river course have returned the original bed to the Rom along long stretches; new life germinates along the natural river banks. Information brochure from the Val Müstair Biosphere and Pro Natura Graubünden.

The Rom flows through the through the 18-km-long Münster Valley in many guises: sometimes as a placidly winding brook in flower-covered meadows, sometimes as a thundering mountain stream between pebble banks and riverside woodland.

UNESCO Biosfera Engiadina Val Müstair

The Müstair valley is one of Switzerland's most beautiful mountain valleys – and is home to the worldwide unique biosphere reserve in the Romansh language region.

The UNESCO Biosfera Engiadina Val Müstair is a little-known mountain valley south of the Ofen Pass, designated as a regional nature reserve of national importance. Together with the Swiss National Park, it forms the UNESCO Biosfera Engiadina Val Müstair, Switzerland's first UNESCO biosphere reserve in the high Alpine region.