Morteratsch Glacier is 15 kilometers away from St. Moritz and is one of the largest glaciers in the Eastern Alps. You can reach the foot of the Mortrazi Glacier by train, and there are explanations about climate warming and melting glaciers on the hiking trail
A famous glacier landscape, here is a part of the Alps, many explorers are exploring the charm of glaciers on foot.
If you go, you can book a car area, which is pretty good
Morteratsch Glacier is a must-see place in St. Moritz-Morteratsch Glacier [The famous but low-key and mysterious Morteratsch Glacier] When I came to St. Moritz to do homework, I wanted to come to Morteratsch Glacier Look, I have no choice but to search the entire network. There are really few strategies. It seems that this legendary largest and most majestic iceberg in the Alps is really not popular in the country. It is a mysterious and low-key location. So we are going to leave it for two days. When you arrive at the place, take the train again. Thank you for your guide for reference. [Unusual walking tour] We came here by train. The Bernina Express not only has 270-degree panoramic windows to enjoy the scenery along the way, it is also a famous narrow-gauge route listed as a World Cultural Heritage. With this legendary train line, you can enjoy the huge blue glacier ice tongue against the blue sky and black rocks on the train. After getting off the train, we hiked along the valley towards the Mortrazi Glacier. It feels good to walk in the picturesque glacier scenic spot. It not only makes people think clearly, but also makes people shocked by nature. The blue lake in the morning sun is as quiet as still, and the huge milky white ice crust is like jade like shells. The shock brought by the glacier is infinite. It is definitely worth visiting here. [Tips] We must wear professional hiking shoes and jackets. Our trekking trip is almost free-hand rock climbing. Equipment must be available, otherwise it will be very dangerous.