Engadin Scuol

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Our secret tips

Hearty little mountain lakes, unspoilt valleys and scenic Alps - the Engadin Scuol Zernez vacation region has a lot to offer. Here we reveal our absolute insider tips, but pssst...!

Our 4 secret tip valleys

  • Tipp 1: Val Lavinuoz

    On the hike through the Val Lavinuoz you can expect impressive views of the Piz Linard. And with a bit of luck you might even see the numerous ibexes of the Flüela colony.

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  • Tipp 2: Val d'Uina

    Follow the traces of alpine history. The various tunnels and galleries make this hike a unique experience.

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  • Tipp 3: Val Plavna

    Through the Sahara of mountains - a hike through the Val Plavna promises its very own charm and stands out for the Pradatsch plain and the beautiful forest paths.

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  • Tipp 4: Val dal Spöl

    A leisurely hike for connoisseurs who want to escape the hustle and bustle and instead experience the power of the water and the peace of the forest.

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The castle Tarasp in autumn.
The most beautiful vantage points
When planning your next hike in the Lower Engadine, a look at the most beautiful vantage points in the region will help you plan your next hike.
To the most beautiful vantage points in the Lower Engadine

Our 3 secret tips for family hikes

  • Tip 1: Champlönch - along the old mule track

    Easy hike along the Champlönch Children's Trail, one of the highlights for children in the Swiss National Park. The virtual hiking guide will also guide you through the beautiful region on request.

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  • Tip 2: Wart-biter path

    Here you and the whole family can find out which animals and plants can be found in the terraced landscapes of the Lower Engadine and get to the bottom of their coexistence.

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  • Tip 3: Dwarf trail

    Immerse yourself in the world of the seven dwarves on an easy hike and experience the fairytale of Snow White. At the various stations the children can feel like dwarves.

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Im Arvenwald God da Tamangur kurz vor der Alp Astras.
Swiss stone pine forest God da Tamangur
In the Swiss stone pine forest, nature can develop completely freely. No more trees are felled and dead trees are left lying around.
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Our 3 insider tips for bad weather

  • Tip 1: Engadine sgraffito from your own hand

    A piece of Engadin for your home - learn the art of sgraffito in an intensive course. Afterwards, you can even take the created work home with you.

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  • Tip 2: Stamparia Printing Museum

    The history and cultural significance of the art of printing are presented on display boards. Immerse yourself in the world of Stamparia.

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  • Tip 3: Mountain Gecko Boulder Hall

    Like a gecko up the walls - the professionally built boulder hall in Scuol offers movement and fun for the whole family.

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Our hut tip: Alp Tea
A walk to Alp Tea clears the head and is balm for the soul. You walk through wonderful meadows and forests up to the alp, from where you can enjoy a unique view.
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Our 4 insider tip villages

  • Tip 1: Vnà

    Surrounded by an impressively diverse natural environment, the village of 60 people is literally a dreamlike setting: those who arrive in Vnà can dream and switch off but please with open eyes and alert senses.

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  • Tip 2: Brail

    Brail is situated eight kilometres above and has always been a part of Zernez. The main tourist attraction is - next to the reformed village church - the smallest 5-star superior hotel in Switzerland.

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  • Tip 3: Sur En d' Ardez

    Sur En near Ardez is characterised by its typical Engadine houses with sgraffito and was the location of the Schellen-Ursli film.

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  • Tip 4: San Niclà

    San Niclà is a hamlet which belongs to the village of Tschlin and is idyllically embedded in the valley. On the outskirts of the hamlet of San Niclà there is a small church dedicated to Saint Nicholas.

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Notes on the current situation due to coronavirus
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engadin.app - digitaler Reisebegleiter.
New: engadin.app - the digital travel companion
Find the nearest hiking trail as well as all excursion destinations and restaurants in your area. Be inspired by exciting content and stories about people from the region.
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