Children’s books and themend trails for children
Kids can discover so many exciting things at the Bernina Glaciers experience: the Morteratsch Glacier Trail, Cavaglia Glacier Garden, the Via Energia or the Fix trail into the Val Roseg. Four children’s books enable young explorers to experience a kind of treasure hunt by collecting stamps at the stations on these themed family trails.
Each stamp brings them closer to the solution. Everyone who finds the solution will receive a small prize. Simply present the book with the solution to the tourist information office in Pontresina or Val Poschiavo. Everyone who finds the solutions from all four children’s books will be recognised as a Bernina Glaciers expert.
The illustrated children’s books are suitable for children aged between 5 and 12. They are available from the tourist information offices in Pontresina and Val Poschiavo, many hotels or at the entrance to the relevant themed trail. A free adventure map for kids and teens is also available from the Bernina Glaciers tourist information office.
Sabi’s big dream
Sabi is a small glacier ghost with a big dream. He accompanies children on the Morteratsch Glacier Trail and shows them exciting secrets hidden in the glacier forefield. Who can find out what Sabi’s biggest dream is?
Grummo the giant
Grummo is a giant, but a very friendly one. He lives in the Cavaglia Glacier Garden and makes stone soup in his glacier pans. When children come to visit Grummo, he tells them how he became a giant. Who can find out where he grows his magic herbs?
Fix shows you his world
Fix is a clever fox. He lives in Val Roseg and likes children. He enjoys showing the lovely parts of the valley and everything you can sniff out, hear and see there. Who can find out the name of the river that runs alongside the adventure trail?
Pluschins speedy journey
Pluschin is a waterdrop and very curious. After a long period of hibernation as a snowflake, he sets off on an adventure along the Via Energia. Children can accompany him and learn a lot about power. Who can find out about the origin of hydropower in Val Poschiavo?