The Diavolezza is a mountain pass and ski resort above the Val Bernina in Graubünden. It has an altitude of 2,973 metres and is located between Munt Pers and Piz Trovat 10,322 ft).
The fairy-tale mountain scenery
The three cable cars are all in the Upper Engadin, located around the famous Bernina massif with the 4049 m high Piz Bernina at its heart – the only 4000 m peak in the Eastern Alps. On the eastern side of the Piz Bernina towers the mighty Corvatsch, while the gentler Diavolezza and Lagalb, the sports fans’ favourite, are to the east.
The villages of Sils, Silvaplana, St. Moritz and Pontresina are part of this fairy-tale mountain scenery, along with the Bernina Pass. Whether it’s winter or summer, whether you are in search of action, fine food or relaxation – at the three mountains of Corvatsch, Diavolezza and Lagalb, everyone will find what they are looking for. The cable cars run for 365 days a year, for seven months in the winter for skiers and then for five months in the summer – offering breath taking views of the Piz Bernina from different perspectives. 14 mountain restaurants in winter and 6 mountain restaurants in summer are waiting to treat you as well.
CABLE CAR TICKETS DIAVOLEZZA
A hike to the Sass Queder or Munt Pers, guided hikes on the glacier – On Diavolezza there are many hiking possibilities. With the cable car you can easily reach the starting point of your hike.
Or would you like to enjoy the fairy-tale view while having a delicious meal? Diavolezza offers tickets for the cable car with lunch.
Fine Food in the fairy-tale mountain scenery
Enjoy a delicious evening meal at the Berghaus Diavolezza and then, when you go to bed, dream of the silence of the mountains, the starry sky or your skiing day tomorrow.
THE FAIRY-TALE MOUNTAIN SCENERY
What a combination! Corvatsch, the large raven. Smart, breathtaking and free as a bird. Diavolezza, the she-devil. Passionate, icy hot and devilishly beautiful, like flames in the snow. And Lagalb, the white lake. Unspoilt, magnificent, perfect for adventures on water and ice.
- Excursion rates are higher in peak season (April – Sep months), and low in off season (Oct – Mar months).
- Rates are not valid for during Events, Bank holidays or any other special occasion.
- Any services which are not mentioned in tour inclusions, are excluded.