stà ‘in Engiadina

Summer magic in Engadin

Discover the rich variety of alpine adventures.

Welcome to the summer paradise of Engadin, where majestic mountains meet sun-soaked valleys and offer a breathtaking backdrop for very special experiences. The warm months open up a range of recreational activities, from invigorating mountain hikes and challenging bike tours, to spending a few relaxing hours at one of the region’s beautiful lakes or on a golf course.

Hiking paradise of Engadin

between heaven and earth

In Engadin, you’ll discover an unforgettable hiking paradise. Hundreds of kilometers of well-marked hiking trails invite you to explore the diversity of nature in the Alps. From gentle lake promenades to challenging mountain trails, you can roam a region shaped by captivating contrasts.

Our top tips in the Swiss National Park:


Approx. 2 hr 40 min

The hike begins in the dense forests of the Swiss National Park’s Ofen Pass and leads through pristine natural scenery with an interesting educational trail. The climb takes you to the Margunet lookout point that features a breathtaking panorama of the national park. It’s not uncommon to see golden eagles and mountain goats, and if you’re lucky, bearded vultures.


From Buffalora
Approx. 4 hr 45 min

This loop trail, which starts at Buffalora in the Swiss National Park, is considered one of the most beautiful hikes and leads you through an unusual steppe landscape. This varied route offers wonderful views of Italy and crosses three mountain ranges: Ortler, Sesvenna, and Umbrail Alps. Highlights include the old mining tunnels above Buffalora and the creeping soils on Munt Chavagl.


Approx. 4 hr 10 min

The hiking tour starting from S–chanf offers a varied mountain trail through the alpine mixed forest which is rich in species such as pines, spruces, larches, and mountain firs. Many marmot colonies are found along the trail to the rest stop Val Mela. The trail then continues onward to Alp Trupchun (2,040 meters or approx. 6,694 ft), which has a rest stop and a ringside seat to observe flora and fauna.

Additional hiking tour tips


Please ask our reception for further tips.
To plan your hiking tours, we also recommend using hiking websites:

Biking in Engadin

Alpine air, a mountain panorama, and gorgeous trails

Embark on a mountain bike adventure in Engadin.

Whether you’re conquering one trail, biking a winding mountain road, or whizzing down a hill, mountain bikers never get bored in Engadin. We can especially recommend taking a tour around the Swiss National Park.

The interactive Engadin Trail Map and the interactive tour planner of Lower Engadin are always available to optimally plan your biking tours.

E-biking through picturesque alpine valleys

at full speed and with delight

E-biking for pleasure-lovers.

Discover a veritable paradise for fans of e-mountain biking throughout all of Engadin and especially in and around the Swiss National Park. Go explore the Innradweg path stretching from Maloja to Martina and featuring diverse sections that offer the perfect balance between relaxation and challenge. Or take an e-bike tour from S-charl via the valley to Müstair and back to Engadin via Livigno and be whisked away by the surrounding landscape of the Swiss National Park.

You can store your bikes in our garage which can be locked up and charge them there too with your own charging device.

Our reception team is on hand at all times to recommend other bike tours.


True challenges

Set in a unique wood-and-glass environment, the Serlas S-chanf climbing hall offers an exclusive climbing and bouldering experience. Challenges for every level of difficulty await on a climbing area measuring 450 square meters (4,844 square feet) and a bouldering area of 120 square meters (1,292 square feet). The panoramic windows provide an unobstructed view of the impressive mountain landscape, helping to fire you on while climbing. You can also rent high-quality climbing equipment at the on-site rental station.

Alpine tours and rock climbing in Pontresina

Rocky peaks and unforgettable views

Mountaineering has a long tradition in Pontresina. The Bernina range’s imposing mountains were first climbed as early as the mid-19th century. Since then, the majestic ice- and snow-capped mountains of Engadin have been on every mountain climber’s bucket list.

Once equipped with crampons and ice axe, you can set off: cross a glacier, in a rope party with an experienced mountain guide, climb the Biancograt to the Piz Bernina, or try a granite climbing route.

If you want to take it a little slower, climb a via ferrata or overcome obstacles at the lofty heights of the high-rope course Pontresina or in the alpine rope park in S-chanf.

Unforgettable riding adventures

Freedom on four hooves

The San Jon Stable and Saloon in Scuol—where the laid-back vibe of the Wild West meets the beauty of the Engadin mountain landscape. Country music plays in the saloon as you watch the horses peacefully graze while somebody makes their first horse-riding attempts in the riding arena. The San Jon Stable makes horse lovers’ hearts leap for joy. From horse-drawn carriage rides, Western riding lessons, to hourly or all-day horse treks, riding fans will find lots to enjoy here.

Familienbad Zernez

Swim, laugh, and feel good

The family pool in the heart of Zernez is dedicated to the whole family having fun and relaxing. You can look forward to a water park offering plenty of variety with play areas for the little ones and relaxing zones for adults. Cool off surrounded by the Engadin’s breathtaking nature and spend unforgettable moments together.

We’ve also got an exclusive surprise for our valued guests at Hotel Baer & Post. If you stay two nights or longer, you can pick up free admission tickets at reception and experience the Familienbad Zernez family pool in all its variety (except for guests staying in Chasa Turistica and guests with special arrangements).

You can also pick up discounted admission tickets for the Bogn Engiadina bathing area at reception.

Bathing in the mountains

on top of the world

Engadin is famous for its lakes. Above all for its Big Four: Lake Sils, Lake Silvaplana, Lake Champfèr, and Lake St. Moritz. These lakes rarely get warmer than 17°C (62.6°F) in summer. Luckily, there are alternative small lakes in the upland moor. At 1,800 meters (5,905 feet), they warm up to 20°C (68°F) in summer. The most famous one is Lake Staz. Other popular lakes include Lake Marsch and Lake Nair in St. Moritz.


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