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2 skis + 4 paws = 1 fun adventure

Cross-country skiing
2 skis + 4 paws = 1 fun adventure

Every dog adores romping around in the snow – as much as every cross-country skier enjoys gliding along the scenic trails through our enchanting winter landscapes. Our special trails for dog-loving skiers promise an invigorating workout for two: going for walkies has never been such fun!

More than 200 kilometres of beautifully prepared trails and enchanting scenic diversity: the Engadin is heaven for cross-country skiers. As this winter sports scene is generally reserved for two-legged visitors and locals, we have also created three delightful “dog trails” that enthusiasts can ski together with their faithful friend. These are located in the extensive plateau between S-chanf, Zuoz, Madulain and La Punt Chamues-ch: circular trail No. 113 between La Punt Chamues-ch and Madulain, route No. 114 from Madulain to Zuoz, and trail No. 119 from Zuoz to S-chanf. All are clearly marked as “Hundeloipen” (“dog trails”) and feature a gentle layout.

Nordic guest pass

Cross-country skiers ride better - with the " Nordic guest pass"

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Nordic guest pass
Small is beautiful - our side valleys

These havens offer cross-country skiers an escape into a pristine natural world.

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Small is beautiful - our side valleys
Sun terraces

Hot spots for sun worshippers

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Hot spots for sun worshippers

Five tips for skiers with four-legged friends

In order for you to enjoy your outing together to the full, we urge you to follow these recommendations:

  • If your dog walks consistently at heel, both of you can maintain a smooth pace.
  • Ideally your companion should walk to your right, to avoid hindering oncoming skiers.
  • A long coat can keep your dog wonderfully warm in winter, but a walk on snow can quickly lead to the formation of small but irritating lumps of ice on the paws. You should remove these carefully.
  • A little pile of dog poo at the edge of a snow-white cross-country ski trail? Not a pretty sight, so please do not forget to bring a dog waste bag! There are also bag dispensers along many roads and paths.
  • The winter landscapes of the Engadin are also home to many wild animals. So please do not let your four-legged friend off the lead, as in the excitement of the moment even the most obedient dog may give in to a hunting instinct.

We thank you warmly for taking these points to heart, and wish you wonderful cross-country skiing with your faithful friend!

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