Arrival & region

Arrival

By car, public transport or by plane

The ski and hiking area Corvatsch/Furtschellas is situated above the villages Silvaplana-Surlej and Sils Maria in the Upper Engadin. You get here with the Rhaetian Railway (RhB), over different passes or with the airplane.

The valley

Versatile Upper Engadin

In the Upper Engadin, the sporting opportunities are as varied as the events: whether you want culinary delights, musical magnificence or sporting highlights, summer in the Engadin has treats for all tastes. The La Tavolata St. Moritz, Festival da Jazz, Engadin Summer Run, National Park Bike Marathon, Engadin Cycling Marathon, Summer Concours Hippique and St. Moritz Art Masters are just a few of the highlights.

And naturally, all the events are set against the stunning lakes and mountains of the Upper Engadin. Those are best experienced by getting out into them: the Corvatsch/Furtschellas hiking and leisure paradise boasts stunning views of the lakes of the Upper Engadin, the permanent ice of the Bernina range and Alpine peaks for as far as the eye can see.

Mountains

The tops!

St. Moritz Silvaplana Sils Corvatsch/Furtschellas
No cable car goes higher in Graub√ľnden: the Corvatsch top station is at 3303 m above sea level and offers a breathtaking panorama of the Swiss Alps, the lakes of the Upper Engadin valley and the Bernina range. The Glacier Walk, Water Trail, Via Gastronomica and Panoramic Trail are among the highlights of the hiking area. Experienced mountain bikers love the trails on Corvatsch too. The Corvatsch middle station and the Furtschellas top station are also good places for a day out: children's playgrounds, entertainment for the grown-ups, good food and sunny terraces make any excursion a tip-top experience.

Corvatsch 3303
Corvatsch Park