Swiss National Park

National Park

Val Minger in the Swiss Natonal Park in Canton Graubuenden.

Val Minger in the Swiss Natonal Park in Canton Graubuenden.

Ibex in the National Park, Graubünden

Ibex in the National Park, Graubünden

Val Meuschauns

Val Meuschauns

Nationalparkzentrum, Zernez

Nationalparkzentrum, Zernez

Scuol - Scuol-Schlivera

Scuol - Scuol-Schlivera

Motta Naluns

Motta Naluns

Motta Naluns - Mit Blick Richtung Piz Champatsch

Motta Naluns - Mit Blick Richtung Piz Champatsch

Scuol

Scuol

S-Charl

S-Charl

Schloss

Schloss

Brail

Brail

Schlosswiese

Schlosswiese

Zernez Kirchturm

Zernez Kirchturm

Alpenloft.com wochenweise mieten Sent Scuo Engadin

Alpenloft.com wochenweise mieten Sent Scuo Engadin

Chamonna Tuoi SAC Guarda

Chamonna Tuoi SAC Guarda

Bos-cha Richtung West

Bos-cha Richtung West

Bos-cha Richtung Ost

Bos-cha Richtung Ost

Bos-cha - Blick in den Himmel

Bos-cha - Blick in den Himmel

Bos-cha Richtung Süd-Ost

Bos-cha Richtung Süd-Ost

Ftan

Ftan

Scuol

Scuol

Ftan 2

Ftan 2

Schloss Tarasp

Schloss Tarasp

Everything is nature-oriented in the Swiss National Park in the Engadine. All this can be enjoyed in an area of over 170 square kilometers. Thanks to 80 kilometers of hiking paths, nature trails and excursion destinations for children and families, humans too can have a good time in this extraordinary park.

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The Swiss National Park, founded in 1914, is the oldest in the Alps. Thanks to the strict conservation of nature - one is not allowed to leave the hiking paths - ibexes, chamois, marmots, northern hares, lizards and innumerable birds can be observed in the wild.

The visitors' center in Zernez houses permanent exhibitions about the National Park, changing exhibitions about natural history and a platform for nature conservancy organizations. Excursions for children and families lead far into the park and encourage the playful exploration and discovery of the environment even for small children. Nature-related offerings promote awareness and understanding of nature for teenagers.

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