Spring, Summer & Fall
180 kilometres of hiking trails in the middle of a rich and varied nature. Steep and bizzare peaks for mountaineers and climbers. Old farm and mule tracks, which are ideal for biking. Rowing, sailing and windsurfing are the protagonists on the Silsersee. Along the banks of the rivers and lakes you will find idyllic corners that invite you to go fishing as well as swimming.
If you are looking for peace and quiet, you can enjoy it not only on hikes, but also in a relaxed way on lookout benches or in the cafés of the small villages. And tranquillity opens one's eyes to beauty wherever one looks: whether in the gardens and chestnut groves, on the wild rugged mountains, the alpine meadows and larch woods or on the stone-covered palaces, houses and stables that blend into the landscape like jewels. This ancient cultural landscape is also the place to discover art: Giacometti, Segantini, Varlin - they all found inspiration here and left their mark.
Winter in Bregaglia Valley
Especially in Maloja, which is directly connected to the Engadin, but also in lower Val Bregaglia, you can practice various winter sports. There are, for example, ski lifts like in Maloja-Aela, which are considered an insider tip among soulriders. Next to it is a completely car-free pony lift, where children can enjoy their first steps on skis & snowboards. For a break, the children enjoy the snowtubing facility. Another lift is located in Casaccia, also suitable for families.
For cross-country skiers the paradise begins in Maloja: Kilometre-long cross-country trails are ideal training grounds for preparing for the Engadin Ski Marathon; the completely flat lakes are also ideal for beginners who are taking their first gliding steps.
Those who prefer to run on skids have two options: At the sports centre in Vicosoprano, there is an artificial ice rink, which is open from November to February; at the multi-purpose hall in Maloja, you can do pirouettes on a natural ice rink or take a few shots at the goal. In the evenings in Maloja you can also skate by floodlight (open from the end of December to mid-February).
Winter hikes on foot or with snowshoes are a more peaceful alternative, the right thing for those who want to enjoy a gentle, snow-covered nature. Especially the route from Maloja via Lake Sils is a unique experience!