Climb to the top of the mountain and receive a gift
Become a summit striker in 2021
From the beginning of July to mid-October 2021, you will once again receive a regional reward when you climb to the summit.
At the end of the season, an Engadin-voucher worth CHF 300.00 will be raffled off among all PIZstürmer*innen.
This is how you take part in the PIZstürmer Challenge:
The breathtaking view is not the only reward for the long hike. Take a photo on one of the four peaks and pick up a gift.
- Hike to Crap Putèr, Piz Arina, Piz Spadla and/or Margunet.
- Post a photo on the respective peak on Instagram or Facebook.
- Tag the photo with the hashtag #PIZstürmer.
- Show the post at one of the tourist offices (Scuol, Zernez, Sent, Ftan, Guarda) and choose a gift (while stocks last).
- To take part in the main prize draw, you will receive a competition form to fill in at the guest information desk once you have climbed all four peaks.
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The four summits in detail
Hike to Crap Putèr
Crap Putèr is one of the most beautiful vantage points in the entire Engadine. The hike, which takes just over seven hours, starts in Tarasp, leads through the Tarasper forest, beyond the forest border to the Crap Putèr viewpoint.
Learn more about the hike to Crap Putèr.
Hike to the Piz Arina
Varied and panoramic circular hike from Vnà. The summit only becomes visible shortly before the destination, where the path winds through the rocks of the summit structure. Thanks to the offshore and detached location, you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the mountain world and side valleys of the Lower Engadine from the summit.
Learn more about the hike to the Piz Arina.
Hike to the Margunet
This classic hike in the Swiss National Park runs along the nature trail. It has everything from the historic forests of the Ofen Pass region to Alp Stabelchod and the Margunet lookout point. Take a photo from the lookout point or the Margunet signpost to secure your points.
Learn more about the hike to Margunet.
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Hike to the Piz Spadla
Hike to Piz Spadla, Sentner's local mountain, with great views. On the ridge, the hike becomes technically more difficult and requires some concentration. But now you can't miss your destination, on the ridge with a view of the Val Sinestra you soon reach the summit. Due to its height and exposed position, you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view over the peaks and valleys of the Silvretta.
Learn more about the hike to Piz Spadla.