And what if all of this is not enough? What if the EU decides to ban winter sports or the Swiss Federal Council closes the slopes?
I don’t even like to imagine. Because of course alpine skiing and snowboarding belong to the core of our offer. On the other hand, luckily, they’re not the only thing that draws people to us. As a high valley, the Engadin offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy nature – from winter hiking to cross-country skiing to snowshoeing or ski tours. And in the vastness of the winter landscape, “keeping your distance” isn’t the problem anyway. Whatever happens, winter will still take place with us, it will be completely different than usual.
More on the subject: The announcement by the Chancellor that ski areas across Europe should close this winter has met with criticism from ski manufacturer Völkl.