Berghaus Diavolezza
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Timetable aerial cableway

23.12.16 - 26.02.17
08:40 - 16:20 every 20 minutes
27.02.17 - 20.05.17
08:00 - 17:00 every 20 minutes
21.05.17 - 20.10.17
08:20 - 17:00 every 20 minutes
24.06.17 - 20.08.17
08:00 - 17:20 every 20 minutes


Aerial cableway prices

Return 35.00


A = Adults (18 yrs and over)
Y = Young persons (13 - 17)
C= Children (6 - 12 yrs)

More information

How to get here

High in the Swiss Alps is a valley made up of lakes, mountains and light. A world in which wonders of nature, both large and small, form a paradisiacal setting for sports and relaxing leisure activities. In this inspiring high-lying valley, at 2,978m above sea level and just a 10-minute ride away by aerial cable car, is the Berghaus Diavolezza. The bottom station of the Diavolezza aerial cableway is located directly on the road leading over the Bernina Pass. It is easy to access both by car and by train (“Bernina Diavolezza” train stop).

The Upper Engadin lies in the triangle between Zurich, Milan and Munich, and can easily be reached by Rhaetian Railway or via the extensive road network.
By car
You can travel to the Engadin safely and conveniently by car from anywhere in Switzerland, Italy, Germany or Austria. Here are some examples of distances and travelling times:
Zurich – Pontresina: 200km, 3 hours
Milan – Pontresina: 175km, 3 hours
Munich – Pontresina: 300km, 4 hours
Basel – Pontresina: 250km, 4 hours

By rail

With its winding tunnels and dizzying viaducts, the journey on board the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) from Chur via Tiefencastel to the Engadin is one of the most picturesque and – from a railway engineering point of view – most interesting in the whole of Europe. Another option is to travel from Landquart via Klosters, through the Vereina Tunnel, and into the Engadin. Online timetable: