Our vacation in the Engadin, a mountain valley in the south-eastern part of Switzerland.
Dialog - Engadin
The train trip back, with a stopover in Davos, via Zurich to Koblenz, where we got picked up by my sister Sarah, giving us a ride to Waldshut, where we stayed with my parents for a couple of days.
Took the train up to the top of the Bernina Pass (2053 meters above sea level) and hiked down towards Alp Grüm on its southern side. Shortly before reaching the train station there, we had a wonderful view down into the Poschiavo valley more than 1000 meters below.
Hike up to the Morteratsch Glacier through the "Val Morteratsch". Takes a little less than an hour to get there from the train stop where the glacier used to end, it has since receeded almost two kilometers.
The vacation home we stayed in was located in La Punt-Chamues-Ch, about a 15 minutes drive away from St. Moritz and very conveniently directly next to the train station, from where we started all of our day trips.