The Georgy-Hütte, situated below the Piz Languard at 3,200 metres above sea level, is the highest mountain hut in the Engadine. Hosts and guests alike never fail to be enthralled by the unique views over the surrounding mountains. Anyone who registers can also stay in a shared room.
The famous painter Giovanni Segantini, as well as poets and philosophers could not do without them in their day. Likewise for the hikers and sunworshipers today. The panoramic view of the lake plateau and the surrounding mountains from Muottas Muragl is captivating. It is among the most beautiful scenery of the Upper Engadine. Indeed, there are few places in Switzerland where you can immerse yourself in this Alpine feeling to such an intense degree and with as little effort as here. This postcard idyll does not even need an Instagram filter. In short, it’s a breathtakingly beautiful vantage point that would be hard to beat. What’s more, even getting there is a fantastic experience: the venerable Muottas-Muragl mountain railway has been climbing the steep slope up to 2,453 metres above sea level for over 100 years.