The terrace at El Paradiso in St. Moritz

Engadin-St. Moritz

Courtesy of El Paradiso

Spanning 35 miles, the Engadin Valley, in Switzerland, has stunning mountain peaks, renowned ski areas like Corviglia, and one of Europe’s most famous resort towns: St. Moritz. But in-the-know travelers also explore the valley’s other more quaint villages.

  • Perfect for
    Adventurers | Families | Romantics | Ultimate Indulgers
  • When to go
    December-February | March-May | June-August
  • Ideal length of stay
    3-5 Nights

Designing Your Journey

Work with Indagare to design the perfect itinerary for an immersive journey. Our travel experts know the destination inside and out, and they can make recommendations based on your travel needs and preferences.

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    Essential Engadin

    St. Moritz’s reputation precedes it – with luxury shopping, billionaire chalets and sky-high prices. But the real discovery here is that the town is just a small part of the Engadin. Here is just one example of what our destination experts can create for you.

    • In Winter

      The Engadin’s ski areas are spread out, and each has its own unique characteristics and draws different types of skiers. Indagare’s travel team can help arrange a car and driver to shuttle you between different mountains. The Corviglia area is the most glamorous while the Corvatsch has the most stunning views and some of the Engadin’s most acclaimed mountainside restaurants. A well-balanced itinerary will include ski time in all.

    • In Summer

      The Engadin is one of Europe’s most exquisite regions of hiking, including some treks where you overnight in simple mountain huts. Day hikes into various valleys can also be organized, ranging from an easy meandering path around St Moritz lake to a challenging, multi-hour extravaganza that traverses a glacier and ends at a simple mountain hut with glorious views (and no WiFi).

    • Indulgent Engadin

      Travelers who don’t like schussing down slopes have myriad activities to choose from, including incredible cross-country skiing, hiking and fantastic spas. Indagare can create a wonderful itinerary for those who prefer to relax in style during their winter holiday, including how to get to the best mountain restaurants via gondola, chairlift or on foot.

  • Member Stories

    “We went in April and St. Moritz was close to empty. The positive side, however, was that we found a table at all the restaurants we wanted to go. We particularly liked Chesa Rosatsch in Celerina and the more casual Dorta in Zuoz, an old farmhouse that has been converted into a restaurant.”
    A.T., member since 2009
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Indagare's Simone Girner
“Unlike many ski destinations that center around a single town, the Engadin offers an entire valley of activities. There are villages that seem to have emerged from another century; valleys dotted with working farms, situated in stunning old farmhouses; and restaurants and hotels that have been run by the same families for hundreds of years.”
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