Mountain adventures on Muottas Muragl

The place of relaxation.

Inspiration, art, and enjoyment: Muottas Muragl is the counterpart to the lively and very sporty Corviglia – it’s the creative streak and a place of rest and relaxation, ideal for enjoying a spot of idleness. Anyone looking for a workout either before or after experiencing the culinary excellence of the Romantik Hotel will not be disappointed. Indeed, Muottas Muragl is ideal for hiking in summer and snowshoe trekking in winter. And there’s plenty of thrills for action fans, too, with the fastest toboggan run in the Engadin. In fact, this earthly spot is simply magical.

Paradise before your eyes: The Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl sits enthroned above the Engadin and, by dusk, all eyes are on it as the brightly lit funicular cuts a golden swath of light up the mountainside. And the setting around the first plus-energy hotel in the Alps, at 2456 metres above sea level, is just as enchanting and beautiful, mainly for this reason:

Isn’t it a dream?

Pioneering achievements in the Canton of Graubünden
It’s here that, a hundred years ago, the Canton of Graubünden’s first ever panoramic mountain was made accessible to tourists by cable car. The maiden journey was on 9 August 1907, with the cable car covering a distance of 2201 metres and an incline of up to 56%. The first passengers were left breathless and, presumably, they remained so when they first caught sight of the views from above. Thanks to this pioneering achievement the ‘seat of the gods’ can be conquered – and enjoyed – without effort, summer and winter.

Art on the mountain

Enjoy art on the mountain with perfect panoama views!

Hikers doing a snow show hiking tour on Muottas Muragl
Snowshoe hike

Prospects for romantics-at-heart are excellent along this trail – particularly in the evening light.

Winter hiking on Muottas Muragl
Winter hiking

Relaxation in winter? What about a winter hiking tour?

Panroama restaurant Muottas Muragl
Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl

One of the most beautiful vantage points in the Engadin.