For a lot of people Diavolezza is the first step on a hike or climb to remember.
You can hike over both glaciers on the way to the Morteratsch station, but you’ll need an experienced guide to help.
Moritz is to take a restful walk around the shore of the resort’s own lake.
The trail is five kilometres or so, and takes between one and two hours.
The inspiring scenery goes well with a meal, most of all at sunset, so if you’re flush for cash you could book a table at the panoramic restaurant.
While you’re enchanted by the beauty of the lookout, it can be easy to forget that there are lots of activities available from the station at Muottas Muragl.
When the lake freezes in winter, the surface is used for polo, and three weekends of horseracing are scheduled every February.
The late-19th century landscape painter Giovanni Segantini settled in St. In the previous 20 years he produced a massive volume of paintings of rural scenes around the Engadin.
The word is that this vantage point was discovered by the painter Giovanni Segantini, who we’ll come to later.It all depends on how often you stop to photograph the greenery, Alpine wildflowers, dark forest and brooding peaks like the 3,000-metre Piz Rosatsch.Although the water might be a little chilly for swimming, you can still hire a stand-up paddleboard or canoe and take a self-guided trip over the lake.A combination of train and gondola will deliver you to another awesome mountain lookout.Be sure to wrap up warm, as even in summer there may be snow at this elevation as you contemplate the frozen beauty of the Pers and Morteratsch Glaciers.