Experience the most scenic panorama views of the surrounding Bernina Mts, St.Moritz Engadine Valley, World Championships Ski runs, in a relatively flat and leisurely hike.
Hike along the sunny side of the Alps and experience why many people continue to return to this most beautiful Engadine Valley year after year.
Your local St. Moritz guide explains the Romanisch culture in Graubünden, artistic St. Moritz “Graffitti” architecture, St. Moritz story as the world’s first Winter tourism resort, along with current St. Moritz stories about it’s people, hotels and things going on.
This is a quiet, private, tour where you can learn about the region and Switzerland – while enjoying great Alpine views
Actual walking & hiking time and distance: 3 ½ to 4 hours, 5 ½ miles / 9 km
Elevation change: 400ft / 130m down
Hiking terrain: relatively flat, natural dirt & stone path, public sign posted trails
June through October
Adult Standard: US $525 per person, based on 2 or more
Adult Standard: US $820 for one person
5 or more contact ECHO Trails
Full Day Guided Hiking with with local St. Moritz English speaking guide.
All transportation for your hike; local buses, funicular, cog wheel train, chair lift, train etc.
Wine & Alcoholic Beverages
Items of personal nature.
(For the hike we recommended you bring 2 bottles of water and wear ankle high hiking shoes.)
Cancellation & Changes
The tour departs rain or shine.
Full refund up to 24 hours prior to your St. Moritz departure
50% refund if cancelled by 6:00 pm the day before departure
No refund on the day of the departure
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St Moritz Tour Details
Public transportation from downtown
Ride up the mountain in a 2.2 km long funicular
Take a memorable mountain walk on a winding track that is downhill or level
Ride a chair lift down to the village
Stroll through the older part of the village
Return with transportation back to center of St. Moritz
Meet: 9:00 Hotel lobby located in the St. Moritz Village / Dorf
Return: 15:00 – 16:00 Hotel lobby
John loves living in St. Moritz. He’s worked as a professional guide for all kinds of people.
Originally from Australia, he’s very active in the region with lots of knowledge about the Engadin Valley’s terrain and regional activities. John’s descriptive communication style will provide you an exhilarating day in the Swiss Alps.
Panorama Way - most popular hike in the Engadine
The Muottas Muragl hike along the “ Hohenweg” (also known as the Panorama Way) is one of the most popular hikes in the Engadine, if not the most popular ! It is relatively flat, and so suitable for just about everyone.
From start to finish, after an undulating walk, there is an altitude difference of approximately 130 m, and that is a decrease ! This is a nice leisurely hike !
We start by taking the 2.2.km long Muottas Muragl funicular from Punt Muragl (1742m) in the valley, up a curved track to Muottas Muragl ( 2456m), a height difference of 714 m. This mountain railway was the first to be built in the Canton of Graubunden, and was opened on the 9th August 1907, after just over 2 years of construction time.
The Morning Hike
From Muottas Muragl we walk along what is generally a downhill or level track around the side of Val Muragl (with views of the rock glacier), and then back into the main Pontresina Valley from which each new curve in the pathway seems to provide an even better view than the last !
After about 1 1/2 hours we come to the Unterer Schafberg for a short break at the mountain café to enjoy a refreshment and savour the unbelievable outlook over the neighbouring valleys. (This small café is also famous for its Rhubarb pie).
From the Unterer Schafberg we continue for another 45 – 55 mins on to Alp Languard, enjoying now the views to Piz Bernina (4049m) and the famous Biancograt, Piz Palu (3905m), and the Bernina Group, before we stop for lunch at Alp Languard .
After lunch we have two options:
(1) Hike back to St. Mortiz through the Stazerwald. This takes about 2 hours time.
(2) We can walk back along the road to Punt Muragl, which is at the bottom of the funicular. This is about an hour.
Afterwards we take public transportation back to St. Moritz & the hotel.
The direction of this hike may be reversed, a decision made by the guide according to the conditions on the day or after consultation with guests.
This encompasses the day’s travel, including buses and trains – we won’t be hiking all this in one day