706 Via a l’En
706 Via a l’En

Hiking

Via a l’En

Via a l’En

Scuol Serras–Scuol, Sur En

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Via a l’En

Via a l’En

The Innweg links Scuol and Sur En. Surrounded by an impressive mountain panorama, the route takes you past Engadine meadows before crossing to the other bank of the river and plunging into the forest. Your constant companion, thundering down from the mountains, is the mighty Inn river.
The starting point is the Serras bus stop in Scuol. The route begins on a tarmac path, which winds its way through the meadows on the left bank of the river. From here, you can enjoy a captivating panorama of mountains, meadows, forest and the rushing Inn river. The scenery changes in Pradella, where the route crosses to the other side of the river.

The right bank is forested. A nature trail takes you directly alongside the Inn river to Sur En. The fascinating surroundings switch back and forth between thick forest and light-dappled glades. One particular attraction is the scents of the forest, which, together with the roar of the river, create a unique experience. In summer, the trees offer a cool respite from the blazing Engadine sun.

Via a L’En means ‘the way of the Inn’. The river is the key feature of the trail. There are many different facets to this 500 km Alpine river, which rises in the Maloja Pass and flows into the Danube at Passau. There are resting places all along the route, all with breathtaking views. The gradient is also particularly pleasant; the route slopes steadily downhill and involves only a few short climbs.
The Innweg links Scuol and Sur En. Surrounded by an impressive mountain panorama, the route takes you past Engadine meadows before crossing to the other bank of the river and plunging into the forest. Your constant companion, thundering down from the mountains, is the mighty Inn river.
The starting point is the Serras bus stop in Scuol. The route begins on a tarmac path, which winds its way through the meadows on the left bank of the river. From here, you can enjoy a captivating panorama of mountains, meadows, forest and the rushing Inn river. The scenery changes in Pradella, where the route crosses to the other side of the river.

The right bank is forested. A nature trail takes you directly alongside the Inn river to Sur En. The fascinating surroundings switch back and forth between thick forest and light-dappled glades. One particular attraction is the scents of the forest, which, together with the roar of the river, create a unique experience. In summer, the trees offer a cool respite from the blazing Engadine sun.

Via a L’En means ‘the way of the Inn’. The river is the key feature of the trail. There are many different facets to this 500 km Alpine river, which rises in the Maloja Pass and flows into the Danube at Passau. There are resting places all along the route, all with breathtaking views. The gradient is also particularly pleasant; the route slopes steadily downhill and involves only a few short climbs.
6 km | 1 Stage
30 m | 120 m
1 h 20 min
medium (for wheelchair users) | difficult (for wheelchair users)

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return Scuol, Serras
SBB Timetable Show stop and route on map
Barrier-free travel / public transport
To ensure a smooth journey to Scuol-Tarasp, please notify the SBB Call Center Handicap 24 hours in advance, tel. 0800 007 102, from abroad: +41 (0)51 225 78 44. The Postbuses to Scuol Serras should all be wheelchair-accessible. Nevertheless, advance notification is recommended.
AutoDaPostaSvizera SA (PAG)
7550 Scuol
Tel. +41 (0) 58 341 34 91
scuol@postauto.ch
http://www.postauto.ch
Wheelchair-suitable parking spaces
There is a large public car park (gravel) close to the Scuol, Serras bus stop. However, there are no wheelchair-accessible parking spaces marked. Getting to the trail route involves a short climb at a gradient of 12%.

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km0 – km2.5
km0 – km2.5
From the car park and bus stop, the path follows a quiet street for 300m. A tarmac path then follows the Inn river to Pradella. Shortly after crossing the bridge, the surface changes to gravel.
km2.5 – km6.0
km2.5 – km6.0
At km4.2, there are four drainage channels and, 300m further on, there is an 8-10% uphill gradient for 10m. Just before Sur En, the route crosses a wooden bridge. The final 400m to the camp site and bus stop are tarmac.
Camping Sur En
Camping Sur En
The barrier-free campsite has a restaurant, which is accessible via a ramp. The terrace is accessible from the ground floor. A wheelchair-accessible toilet, including shower, is located in a separate building behind the restaurant. WC info: door width 100cm; movement area (DxB) 391x180cm; seat height 45cm; hand grips, left moveable, right non; access right; mirror height 100cm; washbasin underside clearance 77cm.
Camping Sur En
Sur En
7554 Sent
Tel. +41 81 866 35 44
https://www.suren.ch/camping/

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Sent, Sur En
SBB Timetable Show stop and route on map
Barrier-free return journey / public transport
Return journey by bus with ramp (route 923) from Sur En Camping stop to Scuol-Tarasp (advance notification is recommended). To ensure a smooth journey to Scuol-Tarasp, please notify the SBB Call Center Handicap 24 hours in advance, tel. 0800 007 102, from abroad: +41 (0)51 225 78 44.
AutoDaPostaSvizera SA (PAG)
Agentura Scuol
7550 Scuol
Tel. +41 (0) 58 341 34 91
scuol@postauto.ch
https://www.postauto.ch/

Contact

Procap Reisen & Sport
Frohburgstrasse 4
4600 Olten
Tel. +41 (0)62 206 88 30
tourismus@procap.ch
www.procap.ch/tourismus-inklusiv

Services

Accommodation

Camping Sur En
Camping Sur En
Sent
Ferienhof Pua
Ferienhof Pua
Sent
Hotel Altana
Hotel Altana
Scuol
Hotel Conrad
Hotel Conrad
Scuol
Jugendherberge Scuol
Jugendherberge Scuol
Scuol
TCS Camping Scuol
TCS Camping Scuol
Scuol
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Places

Scuol
Scuol
Sent
Sent
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Places of interest

Seilpark Engadin
Seilpark Engadin
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Swimming

Engadin Bad Scuol
Engadin Bad Scuol
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Signalization

Signalization
In general the «Barrier-free Paths» lead along the hiking routes marked yellow. Additional white signs with green route fields for «Barrier-free Paths» indicate the route at key points. The white signs should be followed where «Barrier-free Paths» differ from the hiking route network. To be certain, please take a print-out of our web map with you.
Signalization