Climbing: Via ferrata routes and climbing gardens

Climbing and bouldering in Engadin

No matter whether you prefer outdoor rock climbing, fixed route ascents in climbing gardens or a via ferrata in an idyllic landscape, Engadin offers exciting climbing adventures for all – experts, occasional climbers and novices. Climbers can discover via ferrata routes of varying difficulty in the region, such as La Resgia or Piz Trovat I and II – both of which lead to the summit at 3,146 metres.

La Resgia via ferrata
La Resgia via ferrata
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Climbing in the afternoon sun: the new, challenging way to ascend Alp Languard.
Piz Trovat I via ferrata
Piz Trovat I via ferrata
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Staircase to seventh heaven: a simple climbing experience with breath-taking views.

Via ferrata routes and climbing gardens in Engadin

Climbing in the great outdoors, the unspoiled nature of Grisons will make any athlete’s heart skip a beat with many routes offering a fabulous panorama. The Diavolezza Express lets climbing pros hone their technique while enjoying the view from Piz Cambrena. The numerous climbing gardens offer a host of different routes, including options that allow less advanced climbers to improve their skills. And the high ropes course in Pontresina gives families an opportunity to learn how to climb together.

Outdoor climbing areas in the Engadin
Outdoor climbing areas in the Engadin
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Here you cannot fail to get hooked: there are 17 climbing areas in the Engadin St. Moritz region.
The Diavolezza Express route on the Piz Cambrena
The Diavolezza Express route on the Piz Cambrena
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Across the imposing Pers Glacier: spectacular training for proficient mountain climbers.
Pontresina Rope Park
Pontresina Rope Park
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A thrilling balancing act: at this adventure park, budding climbers soon learn the ropes.

Climbing: Indoor & climbing technique

Climbing in bad weather? The climbing and bouldering hall in S-chanf is an excellent alternative. Here you can also learn and refine the correct climbing techniques. Climbing courses are also offered at the mountaineering school in Pontresina. If you’re planning to conquer a summit for the first time, we recommend that you go with an experienced mountain guide. Beginners can rent or purchase the right equipment for their climbing holiday at one of the shops in the region.

Mountain lodges
Mountain lodges
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Overview of the mountain lodges in Engadin St. Moritz.
Mountain guides and mountaineering schools
Mountain guides and mountaineering schools
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All the mountain guides and mountaineering schools in the Engadin St. Moritz region at a glance.
Rental of summer sports equipment
Rental of summer sports equipment
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