The Inn river has more water than any other Alpine river and provides an endless source of inspiration for the people living along its banks. Its origins lie in the Upper Engadin region. From there, the Inn – known in Romansh as the En – flows westwards to Lower Engadin. The gorges of the Inn valley in Lower Engadin are particularly worth mentioning, as they provide whitewater sports enthusiasts with one of the most spectacular stretches of river in the Alps. The river banks are inhabited by a rich diversity of flora and fauna, and provide ideal conditions for fly fishing. Incidentally, the name Engiadina is composed of the romansh words En (the Inn river) and Giardina (meaning garden). So the Engadin region is literally the ‘garden of the Inn’.
Rafting, canoes & kayaks
The Inn is one of the most famous Alpine rivers for whitewater sports and the section between Lavin and Martina is particularly popular. Every year, whitewater sports enthusiasts from around the world meet here to travel down this part of the river in kayaks, canoes and rafts.Rafting and whitewater sports