and summer prepares for its debut, it’s the time of the “in-between” season. Or in other words: the time when you can take a deep breath because our spring air is wonderfully fresh and has lots in store for you. What? Where? When? - we'll show you right here.
he fact that we are getting ready for summer doesn’t mean that we don’t take time to honor spring. On the contrary: hiking, biking, and trail running with culinary accompaniment are all possible in spring. Find out, at a glance, about opening times, providers, and the current Coronavirus situation and book your stay directly through our holiday shop.
While we are preparing for a great summer, we naturally don’t miss out on our wonderful spring– and neither should you! Restaurants, museums, activity providers and other partners are looking forward to welcoming you and creating many special moments for you including culinary, active and relaxing highlights. The following pdf will provide you with relevant and practical information regarding the offers and opening hours of all providers.
We have put together a practical overview for you here so that you can find out about all opening times and providers at a glance.
As of April 19, 2021
The data is updated weekly, the next update is expected on April 26, 2021
While the first signs of spring are sprouting in the valley, ski fans on Diavolezza are enjoying the last turns on the slopes: the pistes of the "Devil's Lady" are open until May 9. From May 10, Diavolezza switches directly to summer operation. Link
…countless ibex migrate to the outskirts of Pontresina. In search of the lush grass in the valley, the animals lose their shyness. It is an impressive spectacle every year when they present themselves to us - the "King of the Alps".
Cuisine well done
Can you smell it, too? The first Cervelat cooked over an open fire tastes especially good. In addition to the locations of the most beautiful grilling spots, you will find an overview of all take-away offers and catering providers here: Link to the grilling places and gastronomy offers. Or fish your own lunch right away! Click here for the fishing guidelines. Petri Heil!
Off to the south!
Strolling through the alleys, eating ice cream in a T-shirt, and just frolicking in the warm sunshine - did you miss it, too? The Rhaetian Railway takes you, on the UNESCO World Heritage route, to southern Puschlav in 90 minutes. Or hop on the post bus and head down the impressive pass road to Bergell, home of Alberto Giacometti. Explore the southern valleys of Graubünden.
Just as the wild Diavolezza is a star attraction in winter for mountain sports enthusiasts, in summer she also promises exhilarating experiences for nature-loving adventure seekers. Rock climbing, glacier treks, summit ascents: you can enjoy just about every alpine thrill on her slopes. Sore muscles? Relax and re-energise in the open-air hot tub 3,000 m above sea level!
Do I have to wear a mask in the chairlift? What are the rules for guests in restaurants? Is it mandatory to wear a mask outdoors? Here, you will find answers to these and many other questions about a safe stay in the Engadin.
All information and protective measures at a glance
Those who are mindful can enjoy the Engadin in all its diversity. That is why, on this page, we provide you with comprehensive information about the Covid-19 measures in our holiday destination including the current rules of conduct and useful recommendations.