Crunching snow under your feet
They are unique in the whole world – the walks across the eternally wide of frozen Engadin lakes, which you can experience in winter. The section across Lake Sils between Maloja and Sils Maria is the longest (5 km). Fortunately, you can take a break in Isola or Plaun da Lej!
The winter hiking trails around Maloja, such as the Sentiero Segantini, which combines the winter experience with art, or the circular trail in the direction of the Order of Dent, are also levelled every day. Those who wish to cover a few metres in altitude can take the path to the Lägh da Cavloc and later sledge down to Salecina on their own sledges.
There are often completely snow-free hiking trails in the valley. In Soglio, for example, spoilt by the winter sun, you can walk along a flat path to Dascciun (60 min return) or go down to the chestnut grove of Castasegna (60 min one way).
Moreover, the Via Bregaglia is generally easy to walk even in winter, although it is not prepared. After heavy snowfalls, it is therefore advisable to put on snowshoes.
Winter hiking in the Bregaglia Valley and Engadin, this is the easiest and quietest way to actively experience this snow-covered mountain world.
Winter hiking in Bregaglia Valley and Engadin is the easiest and quietest way to actively experience this snow-covered mountain world!