Wellness Hotel Engadin ***

Attractive views

On 250 km of hiking paths enjoying distant views over narrow mountain valleys and discovering the unique flora with more than 900 different types of plants.
You do not want to hike on your own and do not want to miss the most beautiful hikes? During the Hiking Weeks, local hiking guides will accompany you on the most beautiful tours. Even for free for holders of the Guest Card.


The family climbing and bouldering park on Alp Trida is a must for all children who like to scramble on rocks.
The Family Fletter and Boulder Park is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The security material and an introduction to security are available on site at the ski house on Alp Trida. Monster scooters for fast descents on the two freeride trails from Alp Trider Sattel and Viderjoch can be rented on site.


Vitaparcour in Samnaun
2.3 km long running trail in the forest with fifteen stations with a choice of a total of 43 exercises in the areas of flexibility, strength and endurance exercises.

Sports enthusiasts complete 15 stations on a 2.3 km long route through the forest in Samnaun, each with a choice of a total of 43 exercises. There, mobility exercises alternate with strength and endurance exercises. Only suitable running shoes and comfortable and functional clothing are required to complete the route. The circuit is also ideal for walkers.

For families
Alpen Park - Piz for kids: The adventure playground is located directly on the valley hiking trail in the area of the Clis da Ravaisch sports complex. The theme of the alpine park is the Bergweeld Samnauns

Fairytale trail
We start our walk through the village to the end of the village at Schmuggleralm. From here, follow the forest path for about 150 metres, where the fairy tale trail finally begins. The story of Murmina and Murmin is told at 10 stations. Tricky puzzles are to be solved, the eagle owl tree to be climbed and the eagle accompanied to the marmot burrow. After Murmin’s family has been saved, we return to the village at Votlas. 


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