National Park

The Swiss National Park is situated in alpine terrain. All footpaths in the Park are mountain or alpine hiking paths; unfortunately, they are not accessible for people with mobility disabilities. The single exception is the path between P8 and Alp Stabelchod (part of  Route 17 Margunet). This is accessible with a special off-road wheelchair like e.g. the electrical Mountaindrive Wheelchair. We decline all liability. Wheelchairs of this  type can be rented in Scuol. For more information on this offer and on hikes for people with a disability please see  → here.
Visual impairment: For people with visual impairment we are pleased to offer private excursions on demand.
Please contact us if you would like to visit the National Park with an accredited guide dog. As a rule, dogs are not allowed access to the National Park. Exemptions are possible on demand. → Contact

National Park Centre

Our National Park Centre offers access without barriers.
For more information please see → here.

Mobility in the area

All information about barrier free offers and mobility in the area around the National Park can be found:

  • Here for the Lower Engadine area (Scuol, Zernez, Val Müstair)
  • Here for the Upper Engadine area (S-chanf to Maloja)
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