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Lecco lake and Engadina valley tour

Lecco lake and Engadina valley tour

This route leaves Bergamo in the direction of Lecco and then along the lake, heading towards Val Bregaglia, across the Passo del Maloja (Maloja Pass) and up to Engadina; St. Moritz and the Passo del Bernina; crossing the Swiss National Park, the Val Monastero and then back into Italy towards Bormio, Tirano, Aprica, Edolo,Darfo Boario, Lovere and then back to Bergamo.

A sequence of passes and valleys, curves and hairpin bends. A magnificent route that leaves from Lombardy, enters Switzerland to travel through the Engadina and Muestair valleys and then crosses back into Italy.

From Lecco, with its tree-lined lake front, it heads to Colico and the historical town of Chiavenna, before reaching the Marmitte dei Giganti park, with its natural potholes formed by the erosion of glaciers and creeks. Then back on the highway towards Piuro, with spectacular views of the Acqua Fraggia waterfall.

Here we cross the border into the Val Bregaglia with its granite mountains, heading towards the east point and onto the Passo del Maloja, where the road is feathered with a number of sharp bends before it reaches the Engadina plateau. From here we head in the direction of St. Moritz on the edge of Lake Silvaplana, which is well worth a stop.

We then continue up to Pontresina, which offers wonderful views of Bernina, before heading on towards Bormio, where we can take a pleasant break at the baths before heading out again, deep into the fabulous mountain scenery towards Sondalo, Madonna di Tiranno, Edolo, Capo di Ponte and on to Val Camonica, where visitors can marvel at the remarkable rock inscriptions; we then move on to Boario Terme, Castione and Lovere before finally arriving back in Bergamo, where our journey ends.

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