The Engadine is divided into the Upper Engadine, in the left column below St. Moritz,
and the Lower Engadine, in the right column below Scuol.
The Engadin valley descends from the 1800 m of the Maloja pass surrounded by high mountains on whose slopes skiing in all its forms is practiced during the winter, while in the summer there are countless unforgettable excursions.
The abundant waters of the Inn river form the spectacular lakes of Saint Moritz and descend towards Scuol to then flow into the Danube river.
We have entered Val Poschiavo and Val Mustair even if improperly because they are located on the Italian watershed, as well as Val Bregaglia!