Mountain Hiking

Mountains are the begging and the end of all natural scenery. John Ruskin.

Mountains were here before us.

Mountains stand majestically in the landscape, and their conquest is always a challenge. The path to the summit is exhausting and shows the mountain hiker the limits. The pace is inevitably slowed down. In today’s age, mountains lead to a deceleration that is desirable.

We both were born in mountain regions – it is our origin. However, we are not extreme mountaineers, but enjoy the view and the challenge. There is nothing better than getting up early, marching off and standing on the summit after a few hours.

Over the years some summits have come together, mainly in the Lower Engadine, and when you look up from below you feel proud.

Appreciate the stillness, and listen to the silence. You’ll be glad you did.

Piz Lischana 3,105 m
Piz Lischana 3,105 m