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END OF SEASON ALREADY SATURDAY, MARCH 14

Dear guests

The coronavirus does not stop at the mountains. According to an order issued by the Federal Council on Friday, 13 March, all Swiss ski resorts and mountain railways had to close down with immediate effect. The operating ban is in effect at least until the end of April.

With a heavy heart we must therefore inform you that the Upper Engadine mountain railways have ended their winter operations for the 2019/20 season. This also applies to the excursion mountain Muottas Muragl.

On the one hand, we regret having to interrupt the season under the best conditions. Guests and locals in the Engadin should be able to take advantage of a 365-day mountain railway offer with seven months of snow sports and five months of summer operation. On the other hand we understand and accept the decision. In this extraordinary situation, the health of our guests, employees and the local population has absolute priority.

As soon as the situation eases and the authorities relax the regulations, the Engadine mountain railways will once again make an operating offer to guests and locals.

Anyone who already has a valid day or multi-day ticket for the period when the mountain railways are closed (starting from 14 March) can rebook them for the same amount into the next season. We will contact the guests to whom this applies directly by e-mail and explain the procedure.

Please note that guests with free tickets are excluded from this rebooking option. There are no refunds for annual passes and flexible day passes, as these are valid throughout the year.

We would like to thank all the guests we have had the pleasure of welcoming to the Engadin during this up to now great winter season. Let's keep the good emotions and memories, take care of ourselves and look ahead.

We hope to be able to welcome you back soon in the best of health.

Your Engadin St. Moritz Mountains