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Attractions to explore nearby Piz Nair

Piz NairPiz Nair, 7505 St Moritz, Switzerland

Piz Nair is a mountain of the Albula Alps in Switzerland, overlooking St. Moritz in the canton of Graubünden. The peak is easily accessible from the village with a funicular and a cable car; the upper station unloads 30 meters below the summit. Below the summit to the east is the Corviglia ski area.  The mountain hosted the alpine skiing events for the 1948 Winter Olympics in neighboring St. Moritz. It also hosted the World Championships in 1934, 1974, 2003 and 2017.

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Corviglia2.40 KMs away from Piz Nair

Corviglia is a location on the eastern slopes of Piz Nair, overlooking St. Moritz in the canton of Graubünden. It lies on the watershed between the rivers Schlattain and the Ovel da la Resgia, at an elevation of 2,486 m. Corviglia is mainly accessible from the town by the St. Moritz–Corviglia funicular, via Chantarella. At Corviglia, an aerial tramway climbs west to Piz Nair, unloading slightly below its summit.

Lake Saint Moritz4.59 KMs away from Piz Nair

A beautiful lake located in the heart of Grisons. It was famous for its surroundings. It is a 4.8 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail located near St. Moritz, Grisons, Switzerland that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and bird watching.

Lake Silvaplana6.23 KMs away from Piz Nair

Lake Silvaplana is a lake in the Upper-Engadine valley of Grisons, Switzerland. It takes its name from the village of Silvaplana. The lake is also connected to the nearby Lej da Champfèr. Together with its larger neighbor, Lake Sils, it is among the largest lakes of the Grisons. Lake Silvaplana is overlooked by several mountains over 3,000 meters, notably Piz Corvatsch, Piz Julier, and Piz Surlej. The lake's drainage basin culminates at Piz Corvatsch and comprises several glaciers, the largest b

Lake of Staz6.33 KMs away from Piz Nair

Lej da Staz is a lake in the Engadin valley, Grisons, Switzerland. Close to Lake St. Moritz, it is surrounded by the forest of Staz. It was one of the beautiful picnic locations in this area and is also a place for swim and fishing.

Julier Pass6.69 KMs away from Piz Nair

The Julier Pass is a mountain pass in Switzerland, in the Albula Range of the Alps. It connects the Engadin valley with the rest of Graubünden. At its summit, the pass crosses the watershed/drainage divide between the basins of the Rivers Rhine and Danube. The Julier Pass lies between Piz Lagrev and Piz Julier.

Lai da Palpuogna8.33 KMs away from Piz Nair

Lai da Palpuogna is a mountain lake at Albula Pass in the municipality of Bergün, in the Grisons, Switzerland. In a 2007 television program of the Swiss channel SF 1, the lake was voted the most beautiful place in Switzerland. It was one of the picturesque locations and is an ideal place for a short picnic.

Muottas Muragl8.95 KMs away from Piz Nair

Muottas Muragl is a location on the southern slopes of the Blais da Muottas, a summit at the western end of the range descending from Piz Vadret, in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. It overlooks the Engadin, between the towns of Samedan, St. Moritz and Pontresina. The mountain is within the municipality of Samedan.  It is accessible by a funicular railway, between Celerina and Pontresina, the Muottas Muragl Bahn, from the train stations Punt Muragl and Punt Muragl Staz, both served by the Rhaetia

Lower Engadine9.59 KMs away from Piz Nair

The Lower Engadine is a long high Alpine valley region in the eastern Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden in southeasternmost Switzerland with about 25,000 inhabitants.  It is a picturesque location that was blessed with natural beauty and also the Engadine is protected by high mountain ranges on all sides and is famous for its sunny climate, beautiful landscapes, and outdoor activities.

Roseg Valley9.86 KMs away from Piz Nair

The Roseg Valley is located in SE Switzerland in the canton of Graubünden. It is ~11 km long, with an SSW–NNE axis. The elevation of the valley floor ranges from 1800 m in the north to ~2250 m at the southern end of the lake. Most of the peaks on either side of the valley are in excess of 3000 m, with the highest being Piz Bernina. The latter gives its name to the Bernina Range; the Roseg Valley sites on the northern edge of this.