The God da Tamangur ("the wood at the back") is the highest continuous area of stone pine forest in Europe. It is located at 2300 m, right at the end of the S-charl valley, south of Scuol.
The Giarsun gorge of the Inn in the Lower Engadine offers one of the most exciting and most technical rafting sections of the Alps – white water extraordinaire! Two sections of different difficulty to choose from.
Josin Neuhäusler is not only a dyed-in-the-wool Engadine native, but also an inspired sgrafitto artist.
There is a diverse network of ski pistes along the sunny slope of Motta Naluns high above Scuol in the Lower Engadin. The showpiece of downhill runs is located right on the eastern edge of the ski area: the Pista dal Sömi takes you from Salaniva to the pretty mountain village of Sent.