With its wide variety of paths, the Upper Engadin high valley is one of Switzerland's most popular hiking regions. The well-maintained network of hiking paths covers around 580 km and leads over lush meadows along streams, rivers and lakes, through fragrant mountain forests and past dramatic mountain massifs and glaciers. The nearby Swiss National Park is particularly attractive with its diversity of flora and fauna.
The attractive hiking pass grants guests staying overnight in hotels, holiday accommodation or on camping sites free travel on the 13 mountain railways, buses and railway networks around the entire region. The hiking pass is available for two to six days.
To cater for the constantly changing weather conditions in the mountains, it is advisable to take along the following equipment on all hikes:
The hiking path network in the Engadin is signposted in accordance with the signs and markings of Swiss hiking routes.
More information on hiking path signs (in German or French only):
Enjoy the most spectacular hike of Switzerland on the digital web-hike-site:
Information and wheelchair-accessible hiking paths: