The Inn Cycle Path in Switzerland

The starting point of the Inn Cycle Path is in Maloja. You then dive into the world of the deep blue alpine lakes of the region and cycle past Lake Sils and Lake Silvaplana to St. Moritz, located on the famous Lake St. Moritz. Along the right side of the Inn, the route then descends gently to Zuoz and on to Zernez. From Zernez, the cycle path follows the Inn along the bottom of the valley, past the village Susch up to Lavin. Here the route continues up to the sunny village of Guarda and then down to Scuol past Ardez and Ftan. The route then follows along the Inn to Martina near the Austrian border. Here you must deal with a downhill section at the beginning, followed by some rather steep climbs. The section is about 70 km long.

The Engadin - Magic of the Alps

The Engadin is a high valley in the Swiss canton of Grisons. It is one of the highest inhabited valleys in Europe and is more than 80km long. It is a place for sports lovers, adventurers as well as people who are looking for unspoiled authentic nature and who want to indulge in the peace and serenity of the landscape. Here you will find places of archaic beauty characterised by intact village centres and cultural-historical monuments such as the proud patrician houses with their Sgrafitto ornaments in the narrow alleys of Zuoz. The valley has preserved its authenticity, but at the same time has become a modern holiday region with ski areas and golf courses and is well known far beyond the borders of Europe. The vastness of the valley in combination with the numerous lakes is fascinating - especially the unique irradiation of light has an almost magical effect. Let yourself be surprised by the diversity of the region!


Regions Along the Inn Cycle Path


Engadin St. Moritz

"Fascinating," "delightful," "magical." The contrasting alpine landscape of the Upper Engadin with its proud peaks, wide lakes and 12 villages sparks enthusiasm.

Holiday Region Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair

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Panoramic Map Hiking Engadin 2022

Panoramic Map Hiking Engadin 2022 Overview of the hiking trail network incl. tour tips and various additional information.

Engadin Magazine Summer 2022

This summer and autumn issue of the Engadin Magazine is dedicated to the topic “Stone”.

Panoramic Map Bike Engadin 2022

Overview of the bike trail network incl. tour tips and various additional information.

Local Map St. Moritz

Local map including information on various offers and sights.

Download Brochures Holiday Region Engadin Samnau Val Müstair


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