St. Moritz can be easily reached by the Rhaetian Railway. You can travel to St. Moritz via Chur-Thusis-Tiefencastel or via Landquart-Klosters.
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From Thusis, the RhB makes its way through helical tunnels and over viaducts as it climbs the Albula Valley towards St. Moritz. Harmoniously embedded in the landscape, the line is a monument to the pioneering days of railway-building and has UNESCO World Heritage status.
...a masterpiece in terms of railway engineering and routing
Even today, the 62-kilometre Albula Line is still considered a masterpiece in terms of railway engineering and routing. The RhB opened the spectacular section of track between Thusis and St. Moritz in 1903, after just five years' construction. The red train climbs over 1,000 metres in altitude – thanks to the Solis Viaduct, Landwasser Viaduct and the helical tunnels between Bergün and Preda – without rack-and-pinion technology.