Posted by: bluesyemre | February 20, 2022

#Switzerland Winter Travel Documentary (Exploring the Engadin)

Follow us on our winter adventure through Switzerland!
Known for its never-ending sunshine and its magnificent mountain scenery – the Engadin is a high alpine valley in Switzerland’s southeastern canton of Graubünden. Staying at Giardino Mountain for 10 nights, we experienced numerous of the exciting winter sports activities that make a visit to the Engadin an unforgettable experience.

Thank you:
A big THANK YOU goes to the sponsors of this trip: Giardino Mountain, St. Moritz Engadin and Pontresina Bergsteigerschule. We are also very grateful to Claudia Dressler and Sieglinde Sülzenfuhs from Global Communications Experts who came up with the idea of an Engadin Winter Documentary and were responsible for the organization of the trip. Another thank you goes to Maïté Werder from St. Moritz Engadin Tourism who helped us with the correct pronunciation of all Swiss names. We’d also like to thank all our guides and interview partners – Susi Wiprächtiger, Fabio Zanini, Christian Furger, Florian Schwarz, Gregor Stähli, Claudio Cesar & Gian Reto Clalüna. Last but not least, we would like to thank everyone who made our stay in Switzerland special including all our wonderful guides and the entire team of Giardino!

Key Stats:
Duration of trip: 11 days
Distance driven: 700 km (in Switzerland)
Time of year: January
Region: Canton of Graubünden, specifically the Upper and Lower Engadin
Base: Giardino Mountain, Champfèr, St. Moritz
Switchbacks driven: 79

Hotel: Giardino Mountain –
Canyoning: Pontresina Bergsteigerschule –
Snowshoeing: The Outdoors St. Moritz –
Cross Country Skiing:
Bobsleigh: Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz – Celerina –
Carriage Ride: Clalüna-Sils Kutschenfahrten –
Museum: Segantini Museum –
Restaurant Fex:
Vehicle: WorldCruiser 2 by Tom’s Fahrzeugtechnik –

Historic Images:
All historic images used in the travel documentary were licensed from Dokumentationsbibliothek St. Moritz (…) or provided by Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz – Celerina.

Mask Rules:
If you see us not wearing an otherwise mandatory mask – such as at the Olympia Bob Run – during the video, rest assured that it was only taken off for that specific filming sequence.

Full Disclosure:
This trip was fully sponsored by Giardino Mountain, St. Moritz Engadin and Pontresina Bergsteigerschule. We did not receive any additional payment for the production of our documentary, however. All opinions are our own.

00:00 Intro 00:45 Welcome to the Engadin 01:28 Giardino Mountain 02:00 The Lakes of the Engadin 03:03 Maloja Pass 04:14 Soglio 04:55 Segantini 05:48 Sunset Scenery 06:21 Walking in St. Moritz 06:55 Cross-Country Skiing 09:39 Schlitteln 12:15 Snowshoe Hike 14:07 Lake Picnic 15:30 Canyoning 18:00 Ice Climbing 19:06 Giardino Spa 19:43 Snowfall 20:00 Morteratsch Valley & Glacier 21:34 Bernina Pass 21:50 Val Poschiavo 22:15 Bernina Pass 22:45 Giardino Lounge 23:06 Snowboarding at Corviglia 24:58 View from Piz Nair 25:15 Preparing a Cheese Fondue 27:50 Eating a Cheese Fondue 28:53 Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz – Celerina 29:57 Interview with Gregor Stähli 31:40 Guest Ride in a Bobsleigh 32:29 Racing down a Bob Run 34:25 Lunch at Giardino 34:45 Chatting with Giardino’s Chief Concierge 35:10 Horse-drawn Carriage Ride 35:40 Val Fex 36:35 Restaurant Fex 37:04 Val Fex 38:10 Heading towards the Lower Engadin 38:18 Hoarfrost along Inn River 38:55 Ice Skating on Madulain Ice Trail 39:45 Swiss National Park 40:29 Ofenpass 41:17 Lost Phone 41:50 Lower Engadin 42:25 Outro

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