From Maloja to Passau

The Inn river

Alpenfluss im Unterengadin
It originates in the Upper Engadine and flows down the valley through the Lower Engadine to nearby foreign countries – the Inn. An Alpine river that offers many possibilities. From quiet spots for picnics or fly fishing to wild adventures in rafting.
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Fliegenfischen am Inn bei Ramosch

Fly fishing in the Engadine

Lower Engadine offers countless exciting challenges for fans of fly fishing – from the incredible diversity of the Inn and its various tributaries, to the numerous mountain lakes.
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Rafting am Inn

Rafting, canoeing and kayaking

The Inn is one of the most famous white-water spots in the Alps and especially the section from Lavin to Martina is a real highlight. Embark on an adventure by canoe, Canadian canoe or kayak.

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The name Engiadina is composed of the rhaeto-romanic words En (for Inn) and Giardina (for garden). Thus the Engadine is literally the garden of the Inn.

Would you have known?

Der Inn bei Pradella in Scuol
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Velotour auf dem Innradweg im Engadin

Inn Cycle Path. Partial stage Zernez – Guarda

From Zernez, the gateway to the Swiss National Park, along the river Inn through the picturesque villages of Susch as well as Lavin and in a longer climb to the Schellen-Ursli village of Guarda.

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Unterwegs auf dem Innradweg vor Ardez.

Inn Cycle Path. Partial stage Guarda – Martina

Panoramic ride through Engadine villages such as Guarda and Ardez and a detour to the mineral water village of Scuol. Afterwards, the route picturesquely follows the Inn River to the national border.

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Wasserkraftwerk Scuol im Engadin im Sommer

Hydropower on the Inn

Using the power of water has a long tradition. Hydroelectric power is still significant as a renewable energy source and essential for the mountain communities that benefit from it.
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