Gate to the National Park; hiking along the Inn River

Zernez

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Zernez is situated in the upper part of the Lower Engadine. It is the starting point of many hiking tours leading to the National Park. But even the tours on flat terrain along the Inn River are very scenic.

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Technical information

Begin of tour:Zernez Railway Station
Point of arrival:Lavin Railway Station
Access starting point:Bus to Zernez
Access point of arrival:"Via Engiadina" in the direction of Susch
Physical fitness:easy
Difficulty:easy
Hiking time:3h30
Length:17.4 km
Season:May to October
Gastronomy: Restaurant in Zernez: Fish and game specialties
Overnight: Accommodations in Zernez, Susch, Lavin
Literature: Hiking Map Tarasp 1:50000

Description

Zernez - Susch – Lavin

Starting at the Zernez Railway Station, follow the "Via Engiadina" in the direction of Susch. At Fuorcha turn left and hike towards Susch. In Susch turn right on the main road and after about 100 meters follow the hiking trail leading to Lavin. In Lavin hike in the direction of Stazium. Trains run regularly from the Lavin Railway Station to Zernez.

Romantic wilderness forests alternate with green meadows. The mighty peaks of the Lower Engadine rise around the trails. On the way you will find the villages of Susch und Lavin. Susch, at the foot of the Flüela Pass, with its many houses built in the Graubünden style, is especially a feast for the eyes.

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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