Swiss National Park
The Swiss National Park stretches over 170 square kilometre and is Switzerland’s largest nature reserve. The area lies in Engadin/Münstertal and encompasses alpine terrain rising from 1’400 to 3’200 m above sea level. The foundation of the Swiss National Park in 1914 was a milestone in the history of nature conservation. It was the first national park in the Alps and Central Europe, it is known for its abundance of Alpine animals and Alpine plants in a barely touched pristine landscape.
Destination Nature – travel by public transport and enjoy a nature experience in the parks of Graubünden
Travelling to the parks of Graubünden is straightforward, sustainable and full of spectacular views. With «Destination Nature» you can take advantage of special offers on the Rhaetian Railway (RhB), the Graubünden post bus or the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB).Discover Special Offers of «Destination Nature»