Canyoning = the sport of exploring a canyon by engaging in such activities as rappelling, rafting, and waterfall jumping.
In the heart of Fagaras Mountains , at 2034 meters altitude, standing here motionless and witnessing the passage of time, is Balea Glacial Lake.
With its three volcanic cones, Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira, Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world at 5895 meters.
The Parâng mountain group is a subgroup of mountains in the Southern Carpathians and it is the second highest in Romania, after Fagaras Mountains.
High up in the Swiss Alps is a valley abounding in snowy mountains, frozen lakes and magical light. A world where the wonders of nature, both big and small, provide a magnificent setting to enjoy sporting activities and relax in peace and quiet.
Just because it has St. Moritz as a neighbour doesn't mean that Celerina pales into insignificance: on the contrary, the village is overflowing with charm, variety and sun.
St. Moritz is one of the most tradition-steeped holiday resorts around. Even its name is protected as a quality brand and all over the world is equated with style, elegance and class.
Whether for guided glacier treks or business meetings – this notable Engadin village offers the perfect infrastructure. And is the departure point for unforgettable experiences in the beautiful natural surroundings.
Sils is a place overflowing with life force. That can even be scientifically measured. But why bother when you are anyway guaranteed to fall under the spell of the landscape as soon as you see it.
Everything except boring – Silvaplana is a lively and trendy holiday resort surrounded by breathtaking nature. And an absolute paradise for windsurfers and kiters.
In this village on the border with Italian-speaking Switzerland, guests appreciate the uncomplicated ambiance, the spirit of famous artists and traditionally-made sausages.
The smart capital of the Upper Engadin is not just the political centre, but also the guardian of Engadin lifestyle.
This enchanting Engadin village offers a holiday idyll for all the family. And casts everyone under its spell due to two of its most precious assets: tranquillity and nature.
The patricians of yesteryear built their palaces here for very good reason – La Punt Chamues- ch does not just lie in a strategically perfect position at the foot of the Albula, but also in an idyllic location on the River Inn.