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Albula pass in the Canton of Graubunden Swiss Alps Switzerland was an area we stopped in several times on our drive as the scenery was that good.
We toured thru all countries that border the swiss alps and thru to get to many other places....More
Visited Albula Pass. Old trade route. Still snowed over in September.
Tried a trek to Lake Palpuogna at Preda. Tough.
Gave up after a while. Walked back to Albula Hospiz, around for nearly 150 years.
Good food and warmth.
To start this pass you drive to Tiefencastel and from there via Alvaneu to Bergün and then you start climbing. Nice little lskes on the side and perfect stonewall on the side, the curves are large, however some are narrow. Once you reach the top,...More
Make sure you get a right wagon where you can see the full panorama. The road is simply magnificent and stunning. You might move to the restaurant wagon and enjoy the view with a cup of coffee or nice meal.
Have you ever spent a night in the middle of nowhere...? Where the nearest civilisation is many kilometres away and you can see all the stars and hear a silence? Try this in Albula pass hotel. This probably more than 200 years hotel offer maybe...More
This is a very interesting high pass connecting two regions of Graubunden, the german speaking Chur and Bergun with the romansh speaking Engadin. It is an interesting drive an a very scenic and at time narrow paved roads. The highlights are the villages of Bergun...More
This mountain pass in eastern Switzerland is enroute from northeast Graubunden canton heading southeast to the Engadin valley of the upper Inn river. At a height of 2315m, the road through this pass is treacherous with many sharp turns and hairpin bends but at the...More
Our day trip, starting near Lugano, headed up to Bellinzona, turning right up through the San Bernardino Tunnel, up to Thusis, where you turn right towards Filisur, through Bergun and onwards over the Albula Pass and down to St Moritz. This is a really spectacular...More