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Hiking

With its wonderfully varied network of trails spanning 580 km (360 mi), the high valley of the Engadin is heaven for hiking. The contrasts that characterise this region are bewitching. Gently sloping hills draped with lush Alpine meadows stand close by mighty glaciers, along with towering snow-capped peaks and sparkling lakes.

Panorama Trails

The high valley of the Engadin is heaven for hiking. The contrasts that characterise this region are bewitching. Gently sloping hills draped with lush Alpine meadows stand close by mighty glaciers, along with towering snow-capped peaks and sparkling lakes. This glorious landscape is best explored on foot and there is no better way to enjoy the breathtaking views over the wide, high valley than by hiking on one of the numerous panoramic trails in Engadin St. Moritz.

Lake Hikes

The string of lakes scattered along the wide valley from Maloja to St. Moritz offers countless leisure options as well as photo opportunities, for it provides perhaps the most defining image of the Engadin. You can explore the beautiful, deep-blue Engadin lakes on one of the scenic lake hikes or any number of leisurely strolls. Alongside the four large and well-known lakes along the main valley, the Engadin has several smaller mountain and moor lakes hidden in the forests.

Theme Trails

Among the countless paths that make Engadin St. Moritz a paradise for hikers are the many varied theme trails. These offer fascinating insights into local history, traditional customs and the way of life in the Engadin – as well as the unspoilt natural landscapes, wildlife and themes, such as renewable energy, among many others

Swiss National Park

Extraordinary, but true: in the far eastern corner of Switzerland, a world that has not changed since the days of our great-grandparents exists. The park incorporates 170 sq km (65.6 sq mi) of untouched nature that in whose natural development man has not intervened with for nearly 100 years. It is a paradise for flora and fauna that has been protected from human interference since 1914. Here, many thousands of species of animals and plants may be observed and admired, from dandelions and mountain pines to bearded vultures and marmots.

Bernina Diavolezza

Hiking in St. Moritz and the Engadine valley

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