Discesa sul ghiacciaio Diavolezza-Morteratsch

Pontresina

Engadin St. Moritz Mountains/Andrea Badrutt

Engadin St. Moritz Mountains/Andrea Badrutt

Engadin St. Moritz Mountains/Andrea Badrutt

Engadin St. Moritz Mountains/Andrea Badrutt

Engadin St. Moritz Mountains/Andrea Badrutt

Engadin St. Moritz Mountains/Andrea Badrutt

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza - Piz Palü

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza - Piz Palü

Pontresina: Alp Languard

Pontresina: Alp Languard

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza II

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza II

Pontresina: Hotel Walther

Pontresina: Hotel Walther

Berninahäuser: Engadin St. Moritz - Piz Palü und Piz Bernina

Berninahäuser: Engadin St. Moritz - Piz Palü und Piz Bernina

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza III

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza III

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza I

Berninahäuser: Diavolezza I

Berninahäuser: Engadin St. Moritz - Diavolezza, Pontresina

Berninahäuser: Engadin St. Moritz - Diavolezza, Pontresina

Pontresina: Engadin St. Moritz - Hotel Saratz

Pontresina: Engadin St. Moritz - Hotel Saratz

Pontresina: Hotel Walther

Pontresina: Hotel Walther

Pontresina: Engadin St. Moritz - Ausblick Restaurant Languard

Pontresina: Engadin St. Moritz - Ausblick Restaurant Languard

Pontresina: Grand Hotel Kronenhof

Pontresina: Grand Hotel Kronenhof

Morteratsch: Camping Plauns Pontresina

Morteratsch: Camping Plauns Pontresina

Predominantly runs of medium difficulty are on the pistes menu in the Diavolezza ski region. And of course a special tidbit for very fit skiers is the 10-km long glacier descent from the Diavolezza mountain station to Morteratsch stop on the Bernina railway line.

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The Diavolezza, meaning devil in German, is a big name in mountains and skiing in Upper Engadine. The rocky outcrop high above the Val Bernina is named after a diabolically beautiful woman who is said to have turned the heads of many an Alpine dweller. Today, however, it attracts the sportive with beautiful, scenic and sunny slopes. Highlight is the challenging glacier descent over Pers and the Morteratsch Glacier on secured but non-groomed slopes, as you make your way through this bizarre wilderness of snow and ice.

Informazioni

Partenza: Diavolezza (2978 m)

Come raggiungere la partenza: ferrovia di montagna

Arrivo: Morteratsch (1896 m)

Lunghezza: 10km

Dislivello:
1082 Meter

Grado di difficoltà: medio

Possibilità di ristoro: alla partenza

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