If it were not for the snowflakes falling gently on your nose or the winter sun warming your face, you might think that the ethereally beautiful snowy landscape all around you were some kind of enchanted vision. But here in the Engadin, everything is genuine: the forests blanketed in snow, the majestic 3,000-metre peaks, the welcoming restaurants and cosy mountain huts along the trails. The network includes beautifully prepared winter walking trails as well as routes for snowshoeing: all promise a heavenly experience of the Engadin winter.
Our wide variety of winter walking routes and snowshoe trails will lead you to the most beautiful snow-covered landscapes of the Engadin and up to magnificent vantage points: high on the mountain slopes, along the wide valley and into unspoilt nature. Our cosy mountain restaurants and refuges will treat you to local delicacies and ensure that your walk takes you to seventh heaven.
Planning a holiday can be child’s play: to help you, we have put together various packages and offers here. Take advantage of free bus, rail and lift tickets or enjoy all-in-one tours through the magical winter landscape.
Be active. Experience nature. Find yourself.
As well as strong footwear and suitable winter clothing, you should carry detailed maps – especially along unmarked snowshoe trails. Please respect and keep out of the marked wildlife protection zones. Cosy mountain restaurants offer a welcome break along the walks. Guided tours with local experts promise an extra dimension to an unforgettable winter experience.
Slowly exploring the glistening winter landscape, letting your eyes wander across our wide valley, enjoying every deep breath of the fresh mountain air … Sounds like meditative solitude, right? But there is also another side to this winter activity, a side where you can meet with like-minded nature lovers and join in on the fun of our winter hiking & snowshoe events.
Winter hikers follow the pink posts while snowshoe aficionados are guided by the violet ones – or by their instinct, inner compass or trust in a higher power if they chose to find their own way through the pristine winter landscape. Always one foot in front of the other, heading towards … well, where to actually? Those who are searching for a destination for their next hike will find lots of ideas and inspiration here!