Zuoz in Switzerland, from Europe region, is best know for Ranches. Discover best things to do in Zuoz with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 27 reviews
It is such a great feeling that everyone should try once. A trekkingtour high to Ross over even higher Mountains. In small groups, with funny and cheerful guides, the exciting exchange of life and great horses in this unique nature. The Engadin River Ranch in the Engadine, near St. Moritz, makes this possible. Short Trips over 1 1/2 or 2 1/2 hours, day trips or More-day trips, a colorful assortment and something for everyone, whether beginner or advanced rider!
I can only recommend this stable! The horses are really well looked after and absolutely wonderful. Before we started we got asked for our measurements and our experience. We then got told about our horse's character, what they liked and disliked and how best to...MoreThank you very much! :) We had a great time with you and the Horses and hope to see you again!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
I wanted to visit the highest coffee of Engadin unfortunately during the weekend the shop and the museum is closed. During holiday times in winter, they should give the chance to any tourist, organizing scheduled, some saturdays or sunday a day opened!
4.5 based on 160 reviews
Located just behind the the tall tower at Centre Square of Samedan .
After the changing at locker room , there is a large spa pool with 35 C and 40 C section.
(would suggest sign board requiring guests to clean themselves in the shower before going into the large of hot spa . )
Next level is the 3 stages of steam bath from not do hot to section .
Next level up is resting area with tea and water .
On the roof top there is a small open air spa pool with 35 C temp .
Concept and set up is good as there are massage services too which we did not try .
No bad to do end a few hours after a long day's walk for a cost of CHF 36
5 based on 112 reviews
Fantastic school for our 4 year boy who attended 6 2hours sessions in the morning. Thanks to the instructors for the energy, patience and experience to deal with children and ... their parents. On Friday, all are happy to participate to the slalom. Thank you again.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
This mountain pass in eastern Switzerland is enroute from northeast Graubunden canton heading southeast to the Engadin valley of the upper Inn river. At a height of 2315m, the road through this pass is treacherous with many sharp turns and hairpin bends but at the same time the scenic beauty is phenomenal. East of the pass, on the Engadin side, is the large ink blue Lake Albulasee. Drive carefully but at least once in a lifetime.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Experience, discover, marvel, question, participate: in the National Park Centre’s four exhibition rooms take a closer look at the National Park, its flora and fauna, its history, the inexhaustible variety of nature – with a completely new approach. An enriching and inspiring experience before you set off on your walk in the Park. An audio guide, in five languages, accompanies you through the exhibition. Interactive, awareness-orientated exhibition • Audio guide in 5 languages • Seasonal, alternating Exhibitions • Multimedia presence of partner organizations • Laser relief model and information stands • Shop offering a wide range of related merchandise • National Park information desk and Zernez Tourist Information • Text message service (sms) • Field glasses and digital walking guides available for hire • Guided walks in the Swiss National Park on offer and by arrangement
An excellent introduction to the national park, with it's history, ecology, geology and zoology (a bit less botany) presented in a interesting and accessible way that obviously please both adults and children. The museum itself is not very large but packed with cleverly designed stands that make a good use of modern technology, while not forgetting stuffed animals and dioramas. Very well done and fully accessible in 4 languages through the audio guides provided. Clearly an added value when visiting and hiking in the park.
4.5 based on 298 reviews
Very nice walk from Pontresina, ca. 8km through valley and forrest. Horse taxis also operate so every few minutes you have to step aside to let the carriages pass -- but maybe that´s less in shoulder season. Of course that´s a very nice option for elderly or walking impaired guests to visit this beatiful valley.
5 based on 3 reviews
Mit zwei ungleichen Türmen auf einem Hügel in der Ebene vor Celerina und Samaden -wie eine Insel weithin dominant- ist die kleine Kirche zum Wahrzeichen der Region geworden.
Durch Blitzschlag (1682) wurde der höhere der beiden Türme zerstört und ist seither ohne Turmhelm.
Seit dem Bau der Dorfkirche in Celerina ist sie nur noch Begräbniskirche für den angrenzenden Friedhof.
Im Innern sehenswerte spätgotische Wand- und Deckenmalereien.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Preda to Bergun is fun. Suitable for kids too. Going up by train (we bought the day pass for train and sledging from conductor) and down by sledge four times in one afternoon easily. We also went up to Darlux. Definitely not recommended for small kids. Way to steep.
4 based on 3 reviews
Golf can be a challenge in Switzerland for many reasons.... that is why I found this late May Saturday afternoon solo round on the Zuoz- Madulain course to be so enjoyable.
It was just a really enjoyable afternoon round in a stunning valley with NO people on the course and all for 50 chf! WOW!
The course is a decent one not great. It clearly takes some time to recover from the winter. For this round, there was no rough to speak of, the fairways were hard and fast and the greens were soft, slow and a bit bumpy. With very few people on the course, it was just a really, relaxed enjoyable time. I was able to play at my own pace and enjoy the sun and the Mountains.
Overall, the course is an interesting one - especially later in the year - when the rough has grown and poor tee shots are penalized. The course - given the altitude is a bit short at 6,000 meters from the back tees for low and lower handicap golfers. That is probably my greatest criticism of the course. While you need to thoughtfully place one's tee shots as there is a lot of variety off the tee, 12 of the 14 non par 3 holes require little more than a wedge on the approach shot in to the green. The designers really could have used another 300 meters or so of distance to just increase the variety and the challenge of the course, as the altitude (1700 meters) makes it play quite short.
Still, if you like golf and want an enjoyable round in a stunning setting, this is definitely a course to consider and the cost of the post 15:00 round is a GREAT deal!
When I finished, there was still plenty of Sunshine to enjoy a late afternoon beer on the Terrace.
Yes, a really enjoyable afternoon in the Engadin on the Zuoz golf course!
Try it. I think you will like it!
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