Winter

Switzerland's largest winter sports region boasts an enchanting landscape and thrills like a myth, because it combines harmonious nature, tradition and lifestyle. In our wide, sun-drenched high valley, the snowy splendour can be experienced in the most diverse ways.

Ski & Snowboard

Snow-covered slopes glistening in the sun and a wide valley that thrill with its fascinating beauty. In short: A true paradise for skiing and snowboarding. In the four large, versatile ski areas. Perfect skiing holidays are guaranteed here.

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Cross-country Skiing

The network of cross-country ski trails in the Upper Engadine is the largest in Switzerland and its scenery is also among the most beautiful. Whether gliding across frozen lakes, through snow-covered forests or into dreamy side valleys - cross-country skiing enthusiasts will find what they are looking for here.

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Winter Hiking & Snowshoeing

In the Engadine you will find rich and varied winter hiking routes and marked snowshoe tours: across frozen lakes, or with a view of the lakes from Muottas Muragl summit, through snow-covered forests into one of the side valleys or along the Inn river between Bever and S-chanf.

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Ice Sports

In the Engadine, all outdoor enthusiasts will find their perfect winter experience away from the slopes, for example a leisurely skate, a speedy Olympic bob run, strategic curling, a daring Cresta Run, sporty ice climbing or chasing the puck in ice hockey.

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Sledding

This is a story of fast, steep descents and leisurely pleasure sledding - in the Engadine you will find both. Below, we distinguish between slopes that are manageable with small children and those that are fast-paced and where sledding experience is needed.

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Ski Touring & Mountaineering

Once you’ve slipped on the ski skins and you begin your ascent, you will immerse yourself in the silence that many on a ski tour seek in the backcountry. Whether you start at the bottom of the valley or take the mountain railway to save a few metres of altitude at the beginning or simply to climb even higher.

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