This place is a well-known snow mountain in Switzerland. If you are skiing here, remember to bring your equipment. Although it is not particularly cheap, it can be regarded as a luxury for the dream of skiing. Transportation is still OK. From the airport It's also very interesting to transfer over there directly, especially at night.
It is recommended that you take the cable car up the mountain to see, you can see the largest glacier in Europe up close, which is very spectacular. The restaurant on the mountain is one of the best foods in Switzerland, and you can see the beautiful scenery. There is also a place on the mountain where you can soak in a hot spring. Although I haven't tried it myself, I am really envious to see someone soaking in it!
Beautiful place, fresh air, nice.
Located on the southeast corner of Graubunden in southeastern Switzerland, southeast of St. Moritz. Diavolza means "devil" in Italian. Legend has it that a long time ago, there was a beautiful goddess on the mountain, she would lead people astray, and since then people in this area have disappeared. From the top of the mountain, you can admire the Bernina Peak, Mortrach Glacier, and the continuous Alps.
To Diavolezza (Diavolezza), you can take the train at St. Moritz station and get off at Diavolezza station in 40 minutes. It takes only 20 minutes to go up by cable car from the foot of the mountain. The Diavolezza Observatory offers a wide-screen view of glaciers and snow-capped mountains. It’s just that I went there in autumn, which was an embarrassing season. The snow in winter has not yet fallen, so except for the glaciers, there are bare ridges all around. But going there in winter should be very beautiful. There are also ski slopes on the mountain. If you go to Diavolezza, it is best to go down the mountain and then take the Bernina Express to Alp Grum. The scenery you see here is also very beautiful.