Here the whole family learns which animals and plants are found in the Lower Engadine terraced landscapes and explains how they live together.
Distance 4.2 km
Highest point1,518 m
Lowest point1,070 m
Il giardin da l'En – The Romansh name of the Engadine is derived from «Garden of the Inn». On the last kilometres before the national border, this garden is particularly fertile, green, species-rich and intact. This is why the Senda dal Magliavirüclas, in German «Warzenbeisserweg», leads through the flower-rich meadows and pastures of the Tschlin terraced landscape and is marked with blue signs. With their wealth of breeding birds, butterflies and other animal species, the slopes around Tschlin are a jewel of biodiversity. The family-friendly Warzenbeisser Trail encourages playful observation of the surroundings and conveys interesting facts about the natural and cultural landscape in the Lower Engadine at information and experience posts. The theme trail from Tschlin to Strada takes about two hours. Both places are easily accessible by PostBus.
The theme trail is highly recommended, especially in spring (around the end of May), when the meadows are in full bloom.