From the Diavolezza mountain station, a hiking trail leads past small lakes and a moorland area down to the Diavolezza valley station.
From the high alpine, stony mountain landscape down to the green valley - the descent is a real challenge with its 1000 metres of altitude difference. On the path that runs parallel to the chairlift, you descend and then traverse the Munt Pers flank. Shortly afterwards you reach the Lej da Diavolezza and the Lej da las Collinas. The area between Lake Collinas and Lake Pers is a moorland with rare plant and animal species. It is worth stopping here to enjoy the unique view. The path to the Diavolezza valley station is lined with beautiful alpine rose bushes, and if you are lucky you may even see chamois.
Take a break to enjoy the beautiful view of Lago Bianco and the Val da Fain.
AuthorEngadin St. Moritz
Updated: March 15, 2021
Safety informationHiking sticks make the descent easier. The first part requires surefootedness, it can also be slippery.
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