Let’s explore our experience hiking on the Senda Val Müstair Panoramic Trail, thanks to the suggestion of a friendly local. Val Müstair sits peacefully in… Read More »Hiking the Senda Val Müstair Panorama Trail
Val Trupchun is a stunning valley in the Swiss National Park, Switzerland’s biggest nature reserve and its sole national park. The place is well-known for… Read More »Val Trupchun Hiking in the Swiss National Park
Hidden in Engelberg is the incredibly beautiful region of Fürenalp, surrounded by impressive rock formations, as well as diverse flora and fauna. It is a… Read More »Fürenalp Engelberg: Hike in Beautiful Little Patagonia
The Saas-Fee Murmeli Trail (Murmeliweg Spielboden in German) is a popular hiking trail located in Saas-Fee, Switzerland. This easy trail offers an exciting opportunity to… Read More »Saas-Fee Murmeli Trail: Feeding Marmots in Spielboden
Parc Ela is the largest natural park located in the Romansh-speaking part of Graubünden, Switzerland, covering around 600 kilometers2 of stunning landscapes and unique flora… Read More »12 Best Things to Do in Parc Ela, Switzerland
Nestled in the heart of the Appenzell Alps lies the picturesque Kronberg Mountain. With its stunning views, especially of Säntis, the longest cable car in… Read More »Kronberg: 5 Best Things To Do (With Epic Hiking Trails)
Located along the Bernina Express train route, Ospizio Bernina (Bernina Hospice in English) is known as both a Rhaetian Railway stop and a hotel. At a… Read More »Why We Love Hiking Around Ospizio Bernina
For some visitors, Val Bavona is even considered the most beautiful of the valleys in the canton. The 19-kilometer-long Bavona River runs through this side valley of Maggia Valley. Our first hike in the wild Bavona Valley was absolutely extraordinary.