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Climbing, bouldering, rope park

Bernina Glaciers - the grisons glacier experience

Climbing, bouldering, rope park

Via Ferrate, Bouldering areas, Rope Park, Climbing Parks
The Bernina Glaciers experience includes various climbing parks and bouldering areas with varying difficulty levels. They can be easily reached from the Morteratsch, Lagalb or Cavaglia stations. Depending on the snow situation, the via ferrate are open from July. Please check the weather forecasts in advance. Use of the via ferrate is free of charge. The Pontresina Mountaineering School has suitable offers for beginners.

Piz Trovat via ferrate I and II

The via ferrate on Piz Trovat are characterised by a cumulative elevation gain of 300 metres, 500 steps, 600 metres of wire ropes, an airy rope bridge, a 35-metre long zipline and incredible scenery with ice and rocks. You can ascend via either the Piz Trovat I (K1–3) or Piz Trovat II (K5–6) routes. The descent is over the Nordostgrat via rough terrain and gravel. The trails from and to the Diavolezza mountain station are marked. The Pontresina Mountaineering School offers introductory climbing courses.

La Resgia via ferrate

You get to the start after the upper exit to the village of Pontresina at the height of the waterfall. The La Resgia (K3-4) via ferrata can be combined with the Languard (K5) via ferrata, which leads directly to the mountain restaurant and the Alp Languard chair lift station. A worthwhile trip – even if just for the unique view of the Bernina massif.

Languard via ferrata

Short but very challenging. A combination of overhangs and easy passages, areas of grass between the rocks, a wooden beam as a test of balance and a rope bridge.

From the exit of the La Resgia, this via ferrata next to the hiking trail goes uphill towards the Alp Languard. Only for fit climbers!

Pontresina rope park

Climbing, bobbing, balancing, hanging and scrambling – surrounded by magnificent nature. The varied rope path from Go Vertical is located close to Pontresina station in a larch forest. Eleven courses with different difficulty levels await scramblers and balance artists. Suitable for children from age 4. A barbecue area and kiosk round off the offer. Outdoor fun for the whole family!