• Today, 20 February 2024, there are no toboggan trains. The regional train with hourly departure xx.14 from Bergün is running normally.

  • The Filisur cross-country ski trail is closed except for the night trail loop.
  • The Bergün and Filisur ice fields are closed due to the temperatures.
  • Skiresort Darlux 2nd and 3rd Section closed due to technical problems

New timetable toboggan trains from 29.01.2024 ➜





Timetable adjustment for toboggan trains

Tourist Attraction Latsch


The village of Latsch has grown originally and today has about 50 inhabitants. It is a pure street village with houses in the Engadin architectural style with sgraffiti and painted facades. The first Heidi film was shot in Latsch.


Latsch is one of the nine villages with sites of national importance in Parc Ela. The hamlet of Latsch is clearly visible on a hilltop above Bergün at 1588 m above sea level. The idyllically situated, sunny mountain village is a popular excursion destination with a wonderful view of the Bergünerstöcke. Latsch is inhabited all year round and has about 50 inhabitants. Some holiday flats offer the guests peace and relaxation. The small restaurant Schmid in the upper village is an insider tip for everyone. In 1883 the village consisted of 30 farms, but today only two of them are actively managed. In 1952 the first Heidi film was shot in Latsch, with Heinrich Gretler, Elsbeth Siegmund and Thomas Klameth in the leading roles. Also for the current film adaptation of Heidi a lot was shot in Latsch.





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