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Paradis Hütte – Engadin St.Moritz

The Paradis Hütte is located at the heart of the Albris region – home to Switzerland’s largest ibex colony. Furthermore, it lays in an Eldorado for marmots, together with the Val Languard plant reserve – in a spot with beautiful sweeping views over the imposing Bernina massif from the sun terrace.

Peaks of gourmet perfection

The finest mountain fare.

The high valley of the Engadine is justly famous for its sunshine, its lakes and mountains, but it also offers a wealth of gastronomic delights. Not just classic dishes such as barley soup, capuns and "plain in pigna", but also the finest haute cuisine: the concentration of Michelin- and GaultMillau-listed restaurants around St. Moritz is exceptionally high.


The contrasts that make the Engadin, between Maloja and Zernez, so unique really come to the fore during the months of summer. Majestic Alpine landscapes with glittering white peaks and bizarrely beautiful glaciers rub shoulders with idyllic deep blue lakes and lush green Alpine meadows with their sweet, bright and fragrant flora. These contrasts are also reflected in the 13 Upper Engadin villages and in the culinary range on offer.

Panoramic tour of the Upper Engadine

Spectacular ride with panoramic views from St. Moritz through the Val Saluver up to Corviglia and via the Suvretta Alp back to St. Moritz.

The magnificent mountain and lake scenery of the Upper Engadine forms the backdrop for numerous fantastic routes. The one going from chic St. Moritz through the Val Saluver up to the outstanding vantage point of Corviglia must, with no exaggeration, fall into this category.

Engadine St. Moritz – Switzerland’s cross-country paradise

Engadine: a dream come true for cross-country skiers. Whether based in St. Moritz, Silvaplana or Scuol, enthusiasts of cross-country sport will always get their money's worth in the Engadine.

St. Moritz was birthplace of alpine winter sports (1864) and venue of two Olympic Winter Games.