Mountains offer freedom
Sometimes you just need to go high up – as high as 1653 meters above, to grow beyond yourself, to feel humble and heartened. Guarda's charisma is beautiful and moving at any time and spoiled by at least 300 sunny days out of the year.
Typical for the lower Engadin region are its marshy wetlands-, dry-, rich-, and lean grass meadows, leaf trees along the Inn River, spruces and firs on steep slopes, larch tree forests in the subalpine grades and higher up dwarf shrub heathlands.
The beauty of the scenery is put together like this: pure, fresh, unforgettable, intensive and always ready to invigorate your senses.
PIZ BUIN ascent
Piz Buin, with its substantial 3'312 meters, is the third highest mountain in the Silvretta Range. Its name derives fron the roman language and translates to Oxpeak. It can be reached in approximately 7.5 hours, starting in Guarda and walking through Val Toi. Already upon reaching the alpine hut Tuoi in about 2 hours, you are rewarded with a breathtaking view of its peak.
Mountain peaks and room sizes
Many beautiful mountains embellish our region. At Hotel Meisser, mountains also play an important role. Therefore we named our new rooms after our mountains: Piz Pisoc, Piz Nuna, Piz Lischana, Piz Nair, Piz San Jon, Piz Murtera and Piz Macun. Our largest room we named after the highest mountain.
Seasons offer varieties
He who is allowed to spend time surrounded by nature, is abundantly rewarded; profound silence, feelings of safe and comforted solitude. Spring shows off its marvelous flower meadows. Summer lures you away from the hotel with beautiful hiking paths or a trip to the Swiss National Park. Fall honors its colorful playfulness, especially the Larch trees, which single themselves out between green pines and engulf the scenery with a shimmer of gold. Winter offers peace in white, silent romanticism and limitless activities.
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