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Behavior tips

Nature

Behavior tips in the Engadin nature

What you should consider in the Engadin nature

You are a guest in nature. Many plants and animals specialize in a narrow area of life and are sensitive to disturbances. With your respect you help to keep this habitat intact. Our responsibility towards nature and landscape is not limited to behavior on the go. The before and after, the planning, the choice of material, the journey to and from home or the waste disposal are also included. We therefore ask you to note the following:

  • When preparing your excursions, also take into account nature and environmental aspects
  • Act as a guest in nature and respect the restrictions indicated
  • If possible, stick to existing paths and routes
  • Do not leave any waste
  • Use the public transport, the bicycle, go on foot or carpool as often as possible
  • Trail tolerance! For a peaceful coexistence of bikers and hikers on our paths and trails.

    You can find more information on trail tolerance between bikers and hikers here: www.engadin.ch/fair-trails

    Mountain-biker's code of conduct

    Respect nature so everyone can enjoy it – by using the trails responsibly.

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     Mountain-biker's code of conduct

    (Wild)Camping in the Engadin

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    Wild camping: These are the rules and alternatives

    Camping in the Enagdin