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Val Roseg

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Go beyond Milan to discover a world of Swiss-Italian mountains and meadows from the seat of the red Bernina Express train. Known as one of the world’s most scenic train journeys complete with ice fields and waterfalls, the Bernina Express is a bucket list trip but the logistics can be tricky. This day trip makes it easy, packaging coach transport from Milan with a round-trip Bernina Express ticket from Tirano to glitzy St. Moritz. You even get a lunch stop in the cuisine-rich Valtellina region.
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SwissPatrick wrote a review Aug 2020
Prangins, Switzerland44 contributions3 helpful votes
We hiked from Pontresina till the end of the valley at the lake Lej de Vadret. The place is wonderful with incredible views on glaciers and the mountains of the Bernina massif. The hike is easy and can be done by children, it does go up by much, but it is long (6+ hours), so make sure you have appropriate levels of fitness.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jakob C wrote a review Mar 2020
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Excellent trekking with start from Pontressina. You will follow the river as a silver band most of the way, and when you look into the valley, you will see high mountains and glaciers. Car driving is practically prohibited, so you can really enjoy the nature. The 15 kilometer (3-4 hrs) to the Val Roseg Hotel and restaurant is a good target, but if you have more days and sufficient experience with trekking in high mountains, I can also recommend the trek up to the Coaz Cabin (Hütte) from the Suisse Alpine Club situated I 2.700 meters altitude (additionally three hrs). The atmosphere is truly alpine, and for modern kids it is a good experience that there is no wifi, you will sleep in dormitories and that toilets are outdoor. Dont’t forget to make reservations at the Cabins website. For planning also bergfex.de is very informative and helpful. The experience will only be bigger, if you are historically interested. The cartographer Coaz was not only the first to climb Piz Bernina and namegive the mountain, but also the assistant of General Dufour who was one of five founders of the Red Cross. Don’t forget you are in the high mountains. Take notice of the weather forecast and bring always clothes, so you can master snow or cold rain and wind, although the days with sun and some 20 degrees are the most frequent in the Summer season. Grüezi!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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hermanlit wrote a review Feb 2020
Jerusalem, Israel9 contributions6 helpful votes
Val Roseg is a wonderful winter trail among many others in Pontresina and Engadin area. Uniquely in Swiss Alps there are more than 130 km winter trails in the area. They can easily be reached by public transport, bus or train, or even better by walking there. While many people walk these trails without using walking sticks, my wife and I found walking with them more safe. We have been walking these trails for more than 25 years. However, it should be mentioned, that during our last two-week vacation in February 2020, we noticed that these winter trails are less well cared for. Majority of them were covered by ice making walking extremely uncomfortable and in many cases even dangerous. In previous years, the authorities were spreading sand or crushed stones over the ice.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Mapi Möri wrote a review Jan 2020
20 contributions24 helpful votes
The view is amazing and the place is so calm that you sleep like a baby. The hotel is in the valley so you have nothing aroung but it is the perfect place to disconnect you from the daily routine. We also had dinner there and was very tasty and the service was good as well.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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UnderBlueSky wrote a review Oct 2019
Houston, Texas46 contributions1 helpful vote
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The Val Roseg is a charming valley surrounded by the highest mountains of Eastern Swiss Alp (4,000 m). It is in an official Alpine quiet zone that no train honks are allowed. We started out near the Pontresina railway station by taking a horse carriage. After crossing the bridge and continued along the river bank, the carriage led us into the famous valley of Val Roseg. The streams were clean and the age-old forest green. The valley opens up when we reached the last bridge. A stunning panoramic view of the Sella mountain range and the Glacier was in front of us. There was also a Hotel Restaurant, Roseg Gletscher, in pink color. Absorbing the scenery, we made the 7 km (4-mile) journey back on foot to our lodge. The attached pictures speak for themselves. "瓦爾羅格山谷 (Val Roseg)" 在瑞士東南部蓬特雷西納市(Pontresina) 旁. 是瑞士東阿爾卑斯山脈最高地區(4,000 米)也是阿爾卑斯山脈的官方安靜區 (火車鳴笛禁區). 我們在火車站附近搭乘馬車進入河谷. 沿路 清溪, 緑林, 牛馬及田園如畫. 遠方之冰河依稀可見. 車行約四十分鍾後, 到達最後一道橋, 河床景色突然敞開. 塞拉山及冰川就在眼前. 我們在附近的粉紅色的瓦爾羅格酒店逛看後, 徒步四公里返歸, 一路享餐風景.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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