Top Attractions in Maloja


(This is a route developed for the Maloja Palace app)

Nature lovers will feell right at home in Switzerland!

This route includes the best attractions around Maloja, from skiing in Sankt Moritz to a quiet walk in Soglio or a boat ride by Lake Sils.

Your stay here will be unforgettable!

Sankt Moritz

Come enjoy your winter holidays at Sankt Moritz!

Drawn by its mineral springs, this Alpine village has been welcoming visitors for over 3,000 years.

From the first electric light to the first skiing school, it all started in Sankt Moritz.

Set 1,856 metres above sea level, it boasts quality sporting facilities, shopping areas and many cultural sites.

Besides that, Sankt Moritz is also home to award-winning restaurants and first-class hotels.

Muottas Muragl

Breathtaking views await you at the top of Muottas Muragl!

Take the funicular from the Punt Muragl station and within 10 minutes you will arrive to this wonderful mountain scenario.

Grab a sledge and go down the fastest toboggan run in the region or simply relax at the Hotel Muottas Muragl’s panoramic restaurant. There is something here for everyone!


If you like ski, Diavolezza is the place for you!

This ski area has snow as long as May and it’s widely known for its difficult slopes, such as the 10km slope down the Morteratsch Glacier.

The mountain can be reached via a cable car from Val Bernina. Those looking to stay for a long period of time can book a room at the Berghaus Diavolezza.


A small village in the Bergell region, Soglio is paradise on earth.

Walk over the cobblestone lanes, visit the acclaimed Church of St.Lorenzo and go inside Palazzo Salis, a historic hotel built in 1630.

Hiking enthusiasts are encouraged to take the Bergell trail 2,100m above sea level or the “Panoramica” trail from Casaccia to Soglio.

Lake Sils

Lake Sils is the largest natural lake in the Alps.

From June to September you can cross the lake by boat from Sils Maria to Maloja, a 40 minutes trip.

Enjoy its beautiful surroundings, including  Plaun da Lej, Isola and the Chastè peninsula, where Friedrich Nietzsche used to come for inspiration.

It is also possible to cycle and hike around the lake. The route starts in St. Moritz and takes you all to way to Maloja.

Engadin Valley

The Engadin Valley is known for its sunny climate, outdoor activities and mindblowing landscapes.

Part of the Swiss Alps, the Engadin is divided into two sections: the Upper Engadine and the Lower Engadine.

St. Mortiz is the major touristic site in The Upper Engadine that goes from Maloja Pass to Zernez. While the Lower Engadine is much more secluded and takes you all the way to the Austrian border.

The valley also features four lakes: Lake Silvaplana, Lake Champfèr and Lake St.Mortiz.

Bregaglia Valley

Bregaglia Valley is both a hikers delight and an artists refuge!

Highlights in the area include the Valley of Artists, where Alberto Giacommeti was born; Sogio, a charming vilage in Graubünden, Maloja, a village for adventure seekers and Catasegna’s chestnut forest, which is one of the largest ones in Europe.

In October don’t miss the Chestnut festival, an homage to this delicious nut.

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