Piz Nair in summer
The 'Black Peak' and its sporty neighbours! Hikers love the mountains and the energy of the alpine environment, which there is plenty of at Piz Nair, Corviglia and Marguns. On a beautiful day, the view can reach up to the Upper Engadine lakes and almost extend to Maloja. A scenery revealing green rolling hills, streams and lakes and a kaleidoscope of options to explore the alpine world with hiking boots.
From the village square, Piz Nair at 3,057 metres is easily accessible in three stages. Two funiculars transport passengers from the village to Chantarella and subsequently to Corviglia, where the modern and convenient cable car finally connects Corviglia with its mountain station at the top of Piz Nair. The summit drops sharply in all directions but the descent can safely be ventured if equipped with suitable hiking boots. Enjoy this stunning hike leading through Val Suvretta or by following the 'Höhenweg' and Val Schlattain, passing Lej Alv where the world's highest running track is located.
A more challenging hike (approx. 4 hours) provides the trail starting at Piz Nair, passing Lake Suvretta and following Val Bever to Spinas. There are options to take a ride back to Bever by train or by horse-drawn carriage. The trails are signposted and well maintained. The entire area is under plant protection due to its botanical treasures. Piz Nair clearly offers the best views of the Upper Engadine!
Important! For two overnight stays or more you will receive the special offer 'Cableways Inclusive' in more than 90 hotels. With this offer, you can explore the Piz Nair at no cost. Ask at your hotel's front desk.
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