If you book a stay of two nights or more, you can travel on the mountain railways free of charge.
Who's entitled to the card
Anyone is entitled to the Piz Engiadina Card who is liable for taxation on their employment income in, or is a permanent resident of, a municipality in the districts of Upper Engadin, Brusio, Sur Tasna (only the municipalities of Susch, Zernez including Brail and Lavin), Bregaglia/Bergell and Poschiavo.
Holders of weekly residence permits (Swiss nationals or foreigners) are not entitled to claim a Piz Engiadina Card for local residents.
Document checklist for obtaining a Piz Engiadina Card:
For advance sales starting from 1 June 2020, discounts are available on the Piz Engadina Card season pass for local residents for families with more than one child. The discount also applies to multi-year passes.
The discount is for people living in the same household (evidence must be provided). Applies to annual, 2-year and 3-year passes with the same period of validity. Family passes can only be purchased at the counter, and valid proof of address (only in german) must be shown.
Our younger guests can buy 2- or 3-year annual passes at the reduced rate (for children or teenagers) until the day before their 13th or 18th birthday.