Hiking in the Engadin Valley

Engadin - The Swiss Alps

  • Travel on the Bernina Express train, the most spectacular way to cross the Alps
  • Timeless villages, tranquil meadows, and Switzerland’s oldest national park
  • Get up close and personal with the glaciers the Bernina Mountain range
  • Follow the extensive, well-established network of mountain and valley trails
  • Savour a plate of local charcuterie, including salami and alpine cheeses
  • Endless majestic high-mountain scenery and turquoise blue lakes

The first and oldest national park in Switzerland awaits you in the Engadin. Hike through the ruggedly romantic Rosegtal valley, with postcard-worthy views of the Upper Engadin lakes and the Piz Bernina mountain. Be transported into another world as you explore the idyllic Romansch-speaking valley and its timeless alpine villages, which are characterized by sturdy stone-built houses and intricately painted facades.

Dotted with authentically Swiss villages, stay in traditional and charming hotels and be surrounded by idyllic mountain scenery. Choose to cross the Swiss Alps following the Via Valtellina and Via Albula through the Engadin Valley from Klosters to Tirano, finishing your hike in Italy with a cold glass of local white wine.

Alternatively, sit back and travel by train as you admire the unfolding scenery from the comfort of your carriage on our Glacier Express Rail and Hike. Whichever trip you choose, you can be assured that Macs Adventure has picked the best accommodations and walks these areas have to offer so that you are sure to have an outstanding experience.

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