Piz Roseg, 7504 Samedan, Switzerland
About Piz Roseg
The Piz Roseg is a summit of the Alps, at an altitude of 3,936 m, in the Bernina range, located in Switzerland in the canton of Grisons. The border with Italy passes not far to the south, on the summit of Roseg Pitschen. It was one of the picturesque locations in this area and it attracts a lot of tourists here.
Attractions near Piz Roseg
The Morteratsch Glacier is by surface area the largest glacier in the Bernina Range of the Grisons Alps, which was Nestled in a majestic mountain world. Like huge tongues, the Pers and Morteratsch Glaciers push themselves from the snow-covered peaks of Piz Palu and Piz Bernina towards Pontresina.
Piz Palü is an 11.7 kilometer out and back trail located near Pontresina, Grisons, Switzerland that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and backpacking. This beautiful mountain is a treasure of this area and which attracts a lot of people to this area.
The Corvatsch is the highest, accessible with Engadine mountain rail. Fantastic views over the high mountains are yours to enjoy from the panorama restaurant here. From the Murtèl middle station half way up, you can take a short hike to the Fuorcla Surlej mountain guesthouse and admire the reflection of the Biancograt ridge in the shimmering blue surface of the adjacent lake. You can also descend from here into the Val Roseg valley.
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.
Diavolezza is famous for its beautiful views of the eternal ice and the highest peaks of the Eastern Alps. The Diavolezza is a mountain viewpoint above the Val Bernina in Graubünden. It has an altitude of 2,973 metres and is located between Munt Pers and Piz Trovat. At the top station, there is a restaurant with a panoramic terrace, as well as a hotel offering both hotel-class and bunk-style accommodations.
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
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