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Scuol is situated at 1.250 m above sea level in the canton of Grisons. The community has 2.168 inhabitants and covers an area of 144,14 km².
Mean annual temperature is 4,8 degree Celsius, annual precipitation is 693 mm. Rainfall is at its highest in August at 96 mm, at its lowest in March at 36 mm. It’s warmest in July, coolest in January.
On January 1st 2011 the three regions of Samnaun, Val Müstair and Engadin Scuol merged. Discover the result: unspoilt landscape of the Swiss National Park and distinctive holiday villages with a wealth of Romanesque culture. Immerse yourself in Engadin Bad Scuol with its mineral water springs and visit the Kloster St. Johann UNESCO World Heritage site in the Val Müstair biosphere. Experience the family-friendly ski area of Motta Naluns, the small but perfectly-formed Mischuns ski area and the international Silvretta Ski Arena at Samnaun/Ischgl – tax-free shopping included. This and much more await you in the holiday region of Engadin Scuol Samnaun.
A landscape of national park quality, the Swiss National Park, the Tarasp Castle, the SPA Engadin Bad Scuol with its Roman-Irish baths, authentic Engadine villages with many historic buildings, a rich Romansh culture that varies from village to village and has been formed by centuries of tradition and local customs.
The varied landscape of the ski area, which stretches from Motta Naluns (2146 m) between the villages of Scuol, Ftan, Sent to the highest point Champatsch (2780 m), the cross-country ski trails along the Inn, through the villages from Lavin to Maloja (77 km), winter walking trails, toboggan runs, innovativehotels, holiday apartments, camping grounds and much more: This is the Lower Engadine. An alpine valley on the southern side of the Alps, not overrun by tourism and for many, still a place ‘to be discovered’.
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