The Upper Engadin, the 50-kilometre-long upland valley which opens out from the village of Zernez, is bordered on its upper, western side by the Upper Engadin lake district. It is a valley with limitless opportunities for walks of all difficulty levels that will appeal to every walker and mountaineer. Do you wish to fulfil your dream of climbing to the peak of a mountain with the assistance of a mountain guide recommended by the local mountain-climbing centres? Or would you rather try your hand at trail-running? Then book a coaching session via the Chesa Salis with the successful trail runner Anne-Marie Flammersfeld.
The valley bottom also offers countless idyllic walking trails along the River Inn or through woody trails on the valley sides, with wonderful views of the Engadin landscape and surrounding mountains.
For families, there is plenty of variety with theme trails such as the fairytale trail in Val Bever, the barefoot trail in Celerina, or the climate trail on the Muottas Muragl. Almost no other region offers so many and such varied walking experiences.