Hiking in La Punt

The high valley of the Engadin with its wonderfully varied network of trails – 580 kilometres (360 miles) in all – is heaven for hiking. The contrasts that characterise this region are bewitching: gently sloping hills draped with lush alpine meadows stand close by mighty glaciers, towering snow-capped peaks and sparkling lakes. The best way to explore this unspoilt landscape is on foot – whether hiking along one of the breathtaking panoramic trails or one of the fascinating theme trails, on a walk along the sparkling lakes, or on a multi-day trek.
The comprehensive network of trails also includes pushchair-accessible paths that are particularly suitable for families. Those preferring a more ambitious mountain hike can make for one of the four areas served by the mountain railways and cableways: Corviglia/Piz Nair, Corvatsch/Furtschellas, Diavolezza and Muottas Muragl/Alp Languard. These all offer thrilling high-altitude trails with spectacular views.

The trails are clearly signposted, and classified according to the guidelines of the BAW (the Graubünden footpaths organisation).

Energy and climate
Energy and climate
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On the trail of climate change.
Panorama trails
Panorama trails
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Enjoy the breathtaking vistas of the Engadin valley.
Long-distance hiking
Long-distance hiking
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Enjoy the most inspiring high-lying valley in the Alps over various stages during several different tours.
Engadin lakes
Engadin lakes
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Hiking around the Engadin lakes
Via Engiadina Maloja to Silvaplana
Via Engiadina Maloja to Silvaplana
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The Via Engiadina follows a route not far above the floor of the Upper Engadin valley.
Experience Engadin St. Moritz in 3D!
Experience Engadin St. Moritz in 3D!
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