Anyone looking for peace and quiet will find an oasis of tranquillity in Madulain. Although this village, the smallest in the Upper Engadin, has just 230 inhabitants, it nevertheless succeeds in captivating visitors in a big way, thanks to its typical Engadin houses and its carefully fostered Romansh culture.
Some of the most beautiful hikes pass this way. And if you were to believe the entries in the visitors’ book, the mountain hut certainly lives up to its claim of being “a haven in the storm”. A visit is more impressive still when the weather is fine – which is often the case, as the Upper Engadin enjoys levels of sunshine well above the average.