Lukas Spieker

Bernina mountain pass in the Swiss canton of Grisons connects St. Moritz in the Engadin valley with the Val Poschiavo, and the Italian town of Tirano. The altitude of the pass is 2328 m. Elevation gain from Tirano in the South is 1800 m over 37 km. The tourist train Bernina Express crossing the pass it is the highest adhesion railway route in Europe.