Jun 6, 2011 - 3:53 PM
That's quite hard to answer as it depends on your other plans. If you do a lot of train traveling, the free travel days of the graubündenPASS may still cause it to be the cheapest option. Otherwise, the Swiss Half Fare Card would be better. You can calculate this exactly
if you want.
As for which summits to visit: I suppose you mean the Corvatsch
? It is beautiful. I also like Diavolezza very much, although it's a bit similar to the Corvatsch. Instead, you may want to consider to take the funicular up to Muottas Muragl, walk to Alp Languard
and take the chairlift down to Pontresina.
The Bernina Express starts in either Chur or Davos. You can't board it in Bad Ragaz. Bad Ragaz is just a station where the validity of your graubündenPASS starts, should you choose to purchase it.
Last modified on May 1, 2014 - 5:24 PM by Arno