Location: Eastern Switzerland
Scuol Hiking Trails
Distance: 7.3 - 9.2 miles (Loop)
A loop hike thorough lovely meadows to the overlook at Mout da l’Hom and then the summit of Piz Clunas with panoramic views of the high peaks towering above the Lower Engadine area and beyond.
Distance: 6.8 - 10.4 miles (One Way)
Rugged peaks, panoramic views, lovely meadows and a chance to see wildlife are the scenic rewards of this great hike, one of the best in the Swiss National Park, visiting Val Minger and Val Plavna.
Distance: 9.4 - 13.5 miles (One Way)
This long, demanding hike visits three scenic valleys and crosses a panoramic pass with splendid views of the high peaks of the Silveretta Alps and Engadine Dolomite Mountains.
Distance: 12.0 - 12.7 miles (Round Trip)
This trail ascends the Zeznina Valley to the gorgeous Macun Lakes in the Swiss National Park. The glacial lake basin lies nestled beneath a rugged cirque high above the Lower Engadine Valley. Extend the hike with a challenging climb to the Baselgia Ridge and a very steep descent to Zernez.
Distance: 8.6 - 10.2 miles (Round Trip)
Ascend the Sesvenna Valley to a pretty bowl with fine views of the surrounding peaks and summits rising to the west. Extend the hike with a very steep climb to Sesvenna Pass with stunning views of a rugged cirque, the peaks along the Italian border and the summits towering above the S-charl Valley and beyond.
Distance: 12.4 miles (Round Trip)
This trail, popular with hikers and mountain bikers, ascends through forest and then the meadows of Alp Dadaint before traveling through the dramatic Uina Gorge, a narrow chasm between two sheer rock walls. Cables and railing secure exposed sections of the passage.
Distance: 6.8 - 9.4 miles (One Way)
Combine great views of the high peaks towering above the south side of the River Inn (En in Romansh) with lovely villages of well-preserved traditional Engadine homes decorated with sgraffitti on this scenic traverse along the north side of the Lower Engadine Valley.
Distance: 6.8 - 8.4 miles (One Way)
Wood slopes, expansive meadows and the pretty Clemgia River meandering down a scenic valley beneath rugged peaks and rounded mountains are the hallmarks of this hike up the S-charl Valley to Fuorcla Funtana da S-charl, a broad pass overlooking the S-charl and Mustair Valleys.