Pushchair-friendly paths

Pushchair-friendly paths

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In the wintertime, too, Engadin St. Moritz has a number of paths that are pushchair-accessible, offering strolls of up to two or even three hours. An even better idea would be to swap your buggy for a sledge, or to fasten runners to the wheels.

In addition to the trails that are specially prepared for families with pushchairs, you have the thrilling option of walking out across the frozen lake – great fun for children, and relaxing for parents, too, with the youngsters always in full view. Before venturing out, you should always take account of on-site information regarding the safety of the ice. Beyond that, there’s no limit to your winter walking fun.

St. Moritz Bad - Lej da Staz - Celerina

Level of difficulty: medium
Hiking time: 12 km, return route 3½ hours

 

Pontresina - Roseg Gletscher

Level of difficulty: medium
Hiking time: 14 km, return route 4 hours

 

Maloja - Isola - Maloja

Level of difficulty: easy
Hiking time: 8 km (5miles), return route 2½ hours
Route:  along the banks of the lake, restaurant in Isola
Tip: animals at the farm belonging to the Cadurisch family – dogs, cats, goats, donkeys, Scottish Highland cattle

 

Maloja - Orden - Cavlocciosee

Level of difficulty: medium
Hiking time: 6 km (3.7 miles), return route 2½ hours
Route:  steep in places, but the climb up to the lake is well worth the effort!

 

Samedan - Lej Gravatscha - Bever

Level of difficulty: easy
Hiking time: 9 km, return route 2½ hours

 

La Punt - Madulain - Zuoz

Level of difficulty: easy
Hiking time: 8.6 km, return route 2 hours 40 minutes

 

Walking on the lake

In addition to these specially-prepared routes, we warmly recommend a walk across the frozen lake. Please observe the on-site information before stepping onto the ice!


Information & Buchung

Engadin St. Moritz Tourist Information
F +41 81 830 08 18
allegra@estm.ch
https://www.engadin.stmoritz.ch/familien-winter
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