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Switzerland. Canton Graubunden. Upper Engadin. Diavolezza. Especially popular is the difficult 10 km slope down the Morteratsch Glacier to the Morteratsch railway station. The slope on the glacier is marked and secured in order to avoid accidents due to crevasses. Warning signs: Yellow pole, lines and signs written in english and german: Do not leave the skin runs. Crevasses. Ski tourists and skiing fans, alpine fanatics, climbing addicts and hiking aficionados. Alpine panorama. Swiss Alps.  The Diavolezza (in the local variant of Italian, She-Devil) is a mountain in the area of Pontresina in Graubünden. 7.03.2014 © 2014 Didier Ruef