Only where you were on foot,

Have you also really been! (J.W. von Goethe)

Whether walking enjoyably along the valley or on an imposing mountain path - the Engadin offers for every hiker a varied and fascinating panorama of the Alps.

 
Those seeking a challenge can fight their way up from the valley to the 3262 meters high Piz Languard or enjoy a guided glacier walk on the Pers- and Morteratsch Glacier and see impressive and original nature close up. In the nearby national park, with some patience, you can observe deer or mountain goats – and hear the shrill, whistling marmots’ warning accompany you on the way through forests, meadows, rivers, bridges and barren stone landscapes.

 
The walks in the beautiful side valleys of the Engadin, eg in the Roseg- or Fex- Valleys, offer hikers simpler but no less spectacular views of the archaic mountain world. The possibilities are numerous, to visit cosy barbecue places or stay in rustic huts waiting for the anticipated strengthening of body and soul.

 
Excursions by horse-drawn cart or by mountain railway to Furtschellas Petting Zoo on 2312 m above sea level, easy walks along the fairytale, Schellenenursli or on the Heidi Flower way leave the children's eyes gleaming. Walk trails suitable for Pushchairs, playgrounds to romp and frolic in and smaller lakes make family vacations to that what the older and little ones love: adventure holidays.

Tired but happy with the impressions of the day, Cresta Palace is the perfect destination after each trip; it provides space and relaxation to ponder over all that they saw and experienced.