Although separated in two by the border between Switzerland and Italy, the Bregaglia, geographically, is a single valley that ranges from alpine landscapes of Maloja to the warm lands of Chiavenna. Between Engadine and the Maloja Pass, which drops steeply towards the Bregaglia at 1,815 meters above sea level, is located in Maloja, resorts awarded the “Families Welcome” At the side of the Maloja Pass, with its 14 hairpin bends c ‘is the path of Malögin, already used in Roman times. Along the path you can still see the signs that the wagons have left in the rock. Towards the idyllic pond Cavloccio was set up an adventure trail. the special light, the mountains snow-capped, the lake and the woods have attracted not only hikers and skiers, but also artists.