Flying over central alpine summits is without a doubt an extraordinary experience not only to mountain lovers but also to photography aficionados. The massive knitting mills of the Rhaetian Alps, the famous Bernina range with its peaks that are the epitome of majesty: Piz Bernina (4,049 m), Piz Rosegg (3,936 m) Piz Palu (3,906 m). Embark on a breathtaking day tour between Switzerland and Italy, including spectacular views of St. Moritz, the most prestigious mountain village in the world, the imposing Badile (3,308 m), an obligatory destination for mountaineers, and Mount Disgrazia (3,678 m), which forms the watershed between the Valmalenco and Val Masino. The tour includes a dining stop in the famous Rifugio Marinelli Bombardieri, also know as Scerscen Refuge from the valley in which it is located. At the height of 2,813 meters, the refuge was built in 1880 and it is one of the first constructions in the Rhaetian Alps. Here, a stunningly beautiful amphitheater, marks the starting point of the “The Magnificent 4,000 Climbs”: Piz Bernina, Piz Rosegg and Peak Marinelli.