The historic funicular railway takes you up to the top station at 2453 m above sea level, where you can enjoy an unforgettable view of the magnificent snow-covered, indescribably vast valley. While the last rays of the sun bathe the Engadin in a golden glow, you will be served traditional dishes of the region. At about 11 p.m., the last cable-car will take you back down to the sea of lights that is the village.
a ride on the oldest cable-car in the Engadin to the finest viewpoint in the area
a typical Engadin menu with local specialities: e.g. capuns (cabbage rolls) or pizokel (noodles)
the fantastic sunset over the Upper Engadin, then the clear starry sky and the sea of lights that is St. Moritz