Sustainability

Awards and labels

PostAuto am Bahnhof Scuol-Tarasp im Engadin
The various certifications, labels, nominations and awards make it clear that three-dimensional sustainability as a corporate philosophy does not remain just an intention, but is also put into practice.
Sustainable development also always means an orientation towards quality standards. Because without quality in the most diverse areas, such as mobility, development of offers, accommodation and catering, nature and landscape as well as spatial planning, sustainable development in a destination would not be possible at all.
Milestone-Gewinner im Jahre 2011

Awards and nominations

MILESTONE EXCELLENCE IN TOURISM

Every year, the «MILESTONE» awards outstanding and innovative achievements in the Swiss tourism industry. The industry's most important award stands for innovation, promotes the transfer of know-how and increases the attractiveness of Switzerland as a destination as well as publicity for our tourism industry.

In 2019, the «Cause We Care» project and all those involved were nominated for the MILESTONE Award in the Innovation category.

In 2014, the project «National Park Region – Health Region» was nominated for the MILESTONE Award as an outstanding project, and in 2013 the project «domicil da vacanzas» was nominated in the Environmental Award category.

In 2011, the destination Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair was awarded the environmental prize as a «Model Region for Sustainability».

In 2006 Scuol, together with Zermatt, Villars and Lenzerheide, received the MILESTONE for the pilot project «Allegra in Svizra / Enjoy Switzerland».

aha! Award 2016

aha!award

One of the health region's offers is dedicated to the holiday needs of guests with coeliac disease or lactose intolerance. In 2016, the holiday region received the aha! award from the Allergy Centre Switzerland.
myclimate Award 2015 für vorbildliches Engagement im Klimaschutz für Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair

myclimate Award 2015

Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair received the myclimate Award 2015 for exemplary commitment of a destination to climate protection.
PostAuto am Bahnhof Scuol-Tarasp im Engadin

FLUX – Golden Transport Hub

In 2014, Scuol was awarded the Flux – Golden Transport Hub for the «best public transport system in a mountain tourism resort». A total of almost 50 transport hubs in Switzerland were examined.
Logo VCS – für Menschen und Umwelt

1st place in the study «Mobil & ökologisch» by the VCS

In 2011, Scuol achieved 4th place in a VCS study on mobility in winter sports resorts and in 2013, together with Zermatt, took 1st place in the VCS study «Mobil & ökologisch» (Mobile & ecological).

Labels and certifications

Swisstainable-Signet Level III – Nachhaltigkeitsprogramm Schweiz Toursimus

Swisstainable

Thanks to years of commitment to sustainable development both within the company and within the destination, the TESSVM has reached the highest level of the Swisstainable sustainability programme.
Qualitäts-Gütesiegel QII – für Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair

Quality seal

The quality seal is an award for tourism businesses that dedicate themselves extensively to the topic of quality. The destination has had the Q seal of quality since 2012 and the QII since 2018.
Wellness Destination Scuol

Wellness Destination Label

The wellness destination label is an award for destinations with an extensive and high-quality spa offer. Engadin Scuol Zernez has been a Wellness Destination since 2011.
myclimate klimaneutrales Unternehmen – klimaneutral seit 2012 – Engadin Samnaun Val Müstair

myclimate climate-neutral company

The «myclimate climate-neutral company» is awarded to companies that avoid emissions and offset unavoidable emissions. Since 2012, the TESSVM has been climate-neutral.
myclimate klimaneutraler Event – klimaneutral seit 2013 – Nationalpark Bike-Marathon

myclimate climate-neutral event

«myclimate climate-neutral event» is an award for events that save emissions and offset unavoidable emissions. The National Park Bike Marathon received the label for the first time in 2013.