Mt. Corvatsch lies in the village of Silvaplana suburbs of Engadine, southeast Switzerland.
Arrived at the village and lake of Silvaplana
Silvaplana is located on Lake Silvaplana in the Upper Engadine. It has a population of 1,067 (in 2014).
The center of the Silvaplana village.
Silvaplana lakeside castle “Crap da Sass”
The castle of Crap da Sass (“Rock of Stone” in Romansh) is a neo-romantic castle on the shore of Lake Silvaplana, built in 1906 by the German General Count von der Lippe.
Piz Corvatsch is a mountain in the Bernina Range of the Alps, overlooking Lake Sils and Lake Silvaplana in the Engadin region.
Corvatsch Talstation (Corvatsch Valley Station)
The Gondola of Corvatsch Talstation
View from the gondola
Silvaplana Village from the gondola
Going up to the Corvatsch Bergstation 3,303m (Corvatsch Mountain Station)
Arrived at the Corvatsch Bergstation (Corvatsch Mountain Station) 3,303m
Willkommen auf 3303 M.Ü.M. (Welcome to 3303 m above sea level). To observation deck, restaurant and souvenir shop.
Information board (Top of Engadin Corvatsch 3303, Sils, Silvalana, St. Moritz)
With an elevation of 3,451 m, Piz Corvatsch is the highest point on the range separating the main Inn valley from the Val Roseg.
Arrived at the observation deck of the Corvatsch Summit Station.
View from the observation deck of the Corvatsch station. (Piz Murtèl, Piz Corvatsch)
View from the observation deck (Piz Salla 3311m, Piz Dschimels 3477m, Piz Glüschaint 3594m, Piz Murtèl 3433m)
View from the observation deck of the Corvatsch summit station. (Piz Ot and, Lake and Village of Silvaplana)
Souvenir shop of the Corvatsch summit station
Now, let me descend to the land below !
Descending to this world.
The weather wasn’t good the day. But it was really beautiful scenery.