Anyone who wishes to offer their employees something truly special will find plenty of opportunities in the Engadin. With its unique appeal and vast choice of summer and winter activities, the region promises an unforgettable experience for the whole team.
Incentive trips and events encourage outstanding performance at work, as the prospect of reward provides powerful motivation: what is true for children applies equally in adulthood. The promise of a trip to the Engadin is especially inspiring, as the region offers a tremendous variety of activities in summer and winter alike, along with top-quality hotels and a rich and varied cuisine.
The whole valley from Maloja to S-chanf is one single sports arena, with an incredible variety of activities waiting to be tried. Organisers who wish to make a super-competitive team happy can organise a “summer Olympics” by the lake, for example. Or how about a relaxed ride in horse-drawn carriages into the idyllic Val Fex? In winter, activities include all kinds of sledging: classic tobogganing down scenic runs to the valley floor, dog-sledding with teams of huskies, or break-neck bobsleigh rides down the historic track in St. Moritz.
The region offers an enormous choice of gentler activities, too. In summer, a few hours on the golf course, perhaps, or an introduction to fly fishing. In winter, maybe a game of curling, or its local variant, Bavarian curling, on one of the many natural ice rinks – or a beginner’s course in ice fishing on the frozen lake.
Service providers in the Engadin take pride in catering to the widest range of interests and requirements. Alongside sports, countless other activities ensure that every group can enjoy the perfect experience. Foodies, for example, will love a visit to the Morteratsch alpine cheese dairy near Pontresina, or the Badilatti coffee museum in Zuoz. Groups interested in culture can book a guided tour of the Berry Museum in St. Moritz, for example, or a visit to the historical Chesa Planta in Samedan followed by a guided walk through the picturesque village – along which they can even learn a few words of Romansch.
The valley offers plenty of unusual and attractive accommodation options: time spent together as a group here is an experience in itself. The Berghaus Diavolezza mountain hotel, for example, located nearly 3,000 m above sea level, offers breathtaking views of the Bernina massif draped with glaciers. From the Hotel Allegra down in Pontresina, meanwhile, a beautiful footpath leads into the wild Val Roseg – from which deer occasionally stroll down into the village.