In summer, join Route 28 for a mountain drive that should be believed to be thought, associating Davos' Landewasser Valley with Susch in the Lower Engadin.
The street travels east from Davos and is ordinarily shut in winter as a result of the danger of torrential slides, regardless of whether it is utilized by BMW as a test street at that season.
In June don't be astounded if there's still snow next to the street, while marmots are a typical sight along the skirt.
The most astounding segment is the Flüela Pass at 2,383 meters.
This rests between the pinnacles, Blackhorn and the Flüela Wisshorn, both over 3,000 meters.
Far over the tree line the winding street has numerous fastener turns and a steady mass of sky-scratching pinnacles will influence you to feel little for sure.