Up in funicular and then 2 cable cars, good fun for the kids. Great view once at the top and of course a restaurant to chill in and enjoy the view
Easy trip up the funiculars, nice little restaurant at the top. There were lots of walkers taking the journey down being autumn
We went up Piz Nair in late June, only a few days after the cable cars and funiculars opened for summer. The trip consist of 3 stages: a funicular St. Moritz to Chantarella elevation 2009m, which operates all year, then the seasonal funicular Chantarella to Corviglia (2489m) and finally a cable car to Piz Nair 3022m. Please note that a... More
This provides wonderful views at the top - great photo opportunities! From the mid point you can take a gentle walk through the well sign-posted meadows to the gondolas which go down to Celerina. Lovely! Although expensive, you can use this, and all the other cable cars etc in the Engadine Valley for free if you qualify for an 'all... More
A comfortable family run restaurant provides traditional Swiss food at around 3,000m. There are good hikes down but make sure they are within your capability For me, seeing the Olympic mens' downhill hanging out of the cliff top in summer makes you realise how sheer these races are. It was windy and the altitude necessitates proper clothing. With wind chill,... More
It is expensive to get up the mountain to see the view alone and come back down. 72 CHF/person and they do not accept any kind of half-fare or GA card reduction. There are many other good places to go - lake near station with action sports are much better options.
Go for the view. Nice, modern restaurant with large windows, good menu selection (pasta, meat, sweets) and very friendly service. Especially recommended in winter times. Outdoor terrasse (in winter often too cold or windy).
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