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Nature Trail Zernez

Nature Trail Zernez

The Nature Trail in the Ofenpass area (between Zernez and the Münstertal Valley) provides young and old with interesting information on the natural environment. It inspires visitors to observe, compare and discuss the pristine natural scenery. more

On the Via Engiadina to Lavin

On the Via Engiadina to Lavin

Zernez, located in the upper part of Lower Engadine, is the starting point for a myriad of hiking tours that lead to the National Park. But even...more

Photo Weekend in the National Park

Photo Weekend in...

While hiking in the National Park, far from the hustle and bustle of...more

The deer arena of the Alps

The deer arena of...

Leaving the Parkhütte Varusch mountain lodge (S-chanf), visitors walk...more

Nature Trail Zernez

The Nature Trail in the Ofenpass area (between Zernez and the Münstertal Valley) provides young and old with interesting information on the natural environment. It inspires visitors to observe, compare and discuss the pristine natural scenery.

On the Via Engiadina to Lavin

Zernez, located in the upper part of Lower Engadine, is the starting point for a myriad of hiking tours that lead to the National Park. But even the tours on the flat terrain along the Inn River promise great scenic charm.

Zernez, located in the upper part of Lower Engadine, is the starting point for a myriad of hiking tours that lead to the National Park. But even the tours on the flat terrain along the Inn River promise great scenic charm.

Photo Weekend in the National Park

While hiking in the National Park, far from the hustle and bustle of city life, you can put photo theory into practice, Photography in the National Park Museum and in Zernez, Introduction into photography basics. Photo design and discussion. Animal and landscape photography. Image design, RAW or JPG. White balance, focal depth, time and aperture. To take along: Digital mirror reflex camera.

The deer arena of the Alps

Leaving the Parkhütte Varusch mountain lodge (S-chanf), visitors walk alongside the brook into the national park, to the Purcher Alpine meadow and then on to the Val Mela picnic area. Once there, deer, chamois and ibex can all be observed using telescopes and binoculars. At around midday, it's time for a picnic on the Trupchun Alpine meadow picnic area. Here too, there will still be lots of time to observe the animal and plant world. 6 hours; suitable for children accompanied by adults.