Holidays with the whole family? In that case, many things need to be reconciled: fun & games, relaxation & sweet idleness … So, off to Muottas Muragl, the family mountain for small and big adventurers and leisure seekers.
In summer and in winter everyone find everything the heart desires already at the summit: a cosy spot on the sun-kissed panorama terrace of the Romantik Hotel for the parents, a spacious adventure playground right next to it for the youngsters. On the large climbing frame with its slides, stairs and castle tower, girls and boys will turn into veritable summiteers who stand their ground and only give in to an ordered retreat when they hear the call “Your food will get cold!”
A hiking trip on Muottas Muragl is heavenly – but it is almost never peaceful. The adorable marmots take care of that with their characteristic warning whistles: Watch out, there’s another two-legger on his way!” And the delighted bipeds look out for those fluffy perturbators: «Do you see it?» – «There, on that rock, to the left of the bush!» Children and adults love this hide-and-seek that turns every hike into a discovery tour.
Furthermore, you will enjoy playful hiking fun when you visit Muottas Muragl and the neighbouring Ibex Paradise Pontresina with the Ibex Pass which is available at the Punt Muragl valley station as well as at the reception of the Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl. The challenge now is to find the stations shown on the Pass – the mountain huts Unterer Schafberg, Paradis, Segantini and Georgy –, to solve the respective hut riddle and get a stamp in your Pass. In the end, of course there will be a small prize! The ibex paradise at Alp Languard features entertaining information on the Grisons’ heraldic animal. And remember to always be on the lookout for those sure-footed animals that can be spotted on the mountainside quite often.
Families with older children should not miss out on this legendary and zippy winter fun: the toboggan run of Muottas Muragl! Tobogganists, cheerfully whooping with joy, speed downhill rapidly. However, as this fun activity really packs a punch, riders need to always wear a helmet on this run with 20 tricky corners to negotiate and a vertical drop of 718 metres over a distance of 4 kilometres. Safety first – and let’s have fun!