Attraction Engadin St. Moritz

Geologisches Jenatschgebiet

See unterhalb Piz d'Agnel
Once the place was covered by a glacier. Now below the Piz d'Agnel there is a turquoise lake surrounded by the rock of the geologically diverse Jenatsch area. Before the trekker reaches the village, he hikes along the Beverin through the Val Bever up to Chamanna Jenatsch, the highest SAC hut in Graubünden.


The seclusion, here at 2652 m above sea level, is impressive. And yet it's sociable, thanks to the dedicated hut attendants, Jill Lucas and Dani Sidler. Jill spoils the guests with a speciality from her native Luxembourg: Paangescher. This is a kind of pancake that is sweet, but also served with vegetables, cheese, bacon or pears and gorgonzola. There is also Rösti or a Jenatschplättli and in the evening regular Graubünden specialties. As far as possible, the hut attendants source the food regionally and bake fresh bread and the finest chocolate almond cake. And another speciality awaits the guests here: a bio sauna. Nothing stands in the way of an enjoyable end to the hiking day.


Geologisches Jenatschgebiet

Responsible for this content: Engadin Tourismus AG.
This content has been translated automatically.

Outdooractive Logo

This website uses technology and content from the Outdooractive platform.