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Climbing Garden Sass Runzöl

The rock head below the top station of the Corviglia cable car in St. Moritz was discovered and developed as a potential children's climbing center in the mid-seventies. René Matossi, the manager of the cable cars at that time, together with his staff, concreted in iron rods on which top rope climbing could be practiced (the red and blue dots, some of which are visible, date from this period). For a long time it was quiet around the area in question, until the youth from the SAC-Bernina drilled new routes in 2005 in a 72-hour project, professionally and suitable for children. Very suitable for families and beginners.

The easiest way to reach the climbing area is with the Chantarella/Corviglia funicular, which departs from the center of St. Moritz-Dorf. From the Corviglia mountain station, it is a 10-minute walk in a north-easterly direction to the prominent rocky head. A bit bumpy with a baby carriage.

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Tourist Information St. Moritz

7500 St. Moritz

T +41 81 837 33 33