87 Via Engiadina
87 Via Engiadina

Hiking

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Via Engiadina

Stage 5, Zuoz–Chapella–Brail–Zernez

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Via Engiadina

A beautiful village square, narrow alleys, ornate facades - a picture-book alpine idyll welcomes you to Zuoz. You cross the pastures on winding trails up to Acla Laret with a view of the Upper Engadine. Opposite: the Swiss National Park. After Chapella, you continue across the Punt Ota stream into the Lower Engadine, where the strenuous stage ends in Zernez.
A beautiful village square, narrow alleys, ornate facades - a picture-book alpine idyll welcomes you to Zuoz. You cross the pastures on winding trails up to Acla Laret with a view of the Upper Engadine. Opposite: the Swiss National Park. After Chapella, you continue across the Punt Ota stream into the Lower Engadine, where the strenuous stage ends in Zernez.
19 km
680 m | 900 m
5 h 25 min
easy (hiking trail) | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Zuoz
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Season

Season
Beware: snowfields possible into summer months on high-level sections.

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Zernez
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Contact

Signpost management
Signposting is managed by the cantonal hiking trail organisation on behalf of the communities. Lend a hand by becoming a member in your canton.
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Wanderwege Graubünden
Kornplatz 12
7000 Chur
info@wwgr.ch
www.wanderwege-graubünden.ch

Services

Accommodation

Gästehaus Zuoz
Gästehaus Zuoz
Zuoz
Hotel Restorant Veduta
Hotel Restorant Veduta
Cinuos-chel
Hotel Crusch Alba
Hotel Crusch Alba
Zernez
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Places

S-chanf
S-chanf
Zernez
Zernez
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Places of interest

Swiss National Park House
Swiss National Park House
Swiss National Park
Swiss National Park
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Signalization

Signalization
For hiking, follow the logo indicated on the yellow signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your hike for safety's sake.
Signalization