Lower Engadin is characterised by the unique landscape of the national park region. And by its culture. Time-honoured customs and traditions. Engadin-style houses. The Romansh language. But above all it is the people who make the valley what it is today. Take a trip through this spectacular region and discover a world full of interesting characters and fascinating stories.
It burns! A 10 meter high pillar of fire rises into the night sky. Small shreds of flame and burning straw tufts rise gently into the sky. It crackles and smells of petrol. A few hundred people stand around the inferno. Not just onlookers, but enthusiastic guests...Learn more