The Engadin Valley is famous for its dramatic high peaks, lush meadows and blue, cloudless skies. After the snow melts, a carpet of green pastures covered with wildflowers is revealed, making this the perfect backdrop for exploring the area on foot along themed paths.
The Upper Engadin boasts 580 km (360 mi) of hiking trails, from theme-based tours to nature and forest routes. The most spectacular views can be found on the longer hikes in Corviglia, Corvatsch, and Diavolezza.
The view from Muottas Muragl is arguably the most beautiful in the Engadin. The five Engadin lakes are as resplendent as ever, glistening and sparkling like a string of pearls down in the valley. Once on the mountain, your gaze is drawn irresistibly to the stunning peaks and glaciers of the Bernina Massif.