Well, it looks like this will work!
Oddly the Swiss Railway network has been really inefficient today. Our first train was delayed and was making some horrible and scary braking noises.
The second train was delayed by about 25 minutes. But the real problem was the Albula line south of Preda was CLOSED due to the avalanche risk. I've been travelling 30 years over here and I've never known a late train, let alone a line closure.
Luckily in the last few years a 19km metre gauge tunnel has been opened linking Klosters with the Engadine valley, so we used this line. Even this had been stopped for a while today due to a tree on the track, but that had been sorted by the time we reached there.
So we're now ensconsed in the fabulous Waldhaus hotel overlooking the lake. We've had three feet of fresh snow so the village looks amazing! We're doing the Bernina line on Thursday, then travelling back to Geneva on Friday.
It's amazing how busy the railways here are, at Landquart there seemed to be a train every few minutes, for a town smaller than Midsomer Norton!