fairy-tale mountain scenery
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In summer, the Piz Trovat via ferrata invites guests to head off on an exciting climbing tour; alternatively you can enjoy a fabulous glacier hike against the fabulous backdrop of the Bernina massif and the Piz Palü. Whether small or big, the versatile offer on the Diavolezza is a devilish fun for everyone.
The first via ferrata in the Engadin takes climbers up to Piz Trovat in two hours. The more difficult via ferrata is the Pit Trovat II. The Senda dal Diavel is a fiendish pleasure for skilled mountaineers with climbing experience. Also the Diavlozza-Express and the Piz Palü is waiting for you!
Via ferrata closed from September 24, 2020
Carve down pristine slopes, swoop over metre-high jumps or grab your crampons and ice-axe to conquer the eastern ridge of Piz Palü. Sheer adventure that's not for the faint-hearted!
Summer or winter, you'll find all this and more on Diavolezza.
With your virtual reality headset, you can explore the snow-covered mountains, go skiing, let off steam in the Funpark and become a ski tourer, summiteer or freerider. The 360° video puts you at the centre of the action and lets you choose your own panoramic view. It's a unique experience that enables you to overcome your own sporting limitations quite effortlessly, and it may even give you an endorphin rush!
Due to the current situation there is no VR experience on the Diavolezza in summer.
lf you like to feel the heat then the realm of the beautiful she-devil is the place for you. The plateau overlooking the "Ballroom of the Alps" – including the glaciers, Piz Palü and Piz Bernina – is bound to provide some heavenly moments on the she-devil's mountain.
Discover the "Magical Fire above the Clouds" experience, the Bernina Glaciers World of Adventure with audio tour and the Snow Climb Point. Or relax in europe`s highest-situated Jacuzzi.
The desire to see beyond the limits of the naked eye and into the far distance is as old as humanity itself. The earliest lens systems were built by the astronomers Galileo in Italy and Kepler in Austria. Binocular optics are based to this day on Kepler's invention from 1611. Binoculars made the age-old human dream of achieving a near god-like power of vision a reality.
In the restaurant section of the terrace at the Diavolezza mountain inn, you can now borrow a SWAROVSKI OPTIK set of binoculars, free of charge and on our viewing platform overlooking the "Ballroom of the Alps", there is now a SWAROVSKI OPTIK ST Vista telescope available for you to use.