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Season start 21st of May 22 / Covid 19 Protection / About us / Safety and Equipment

Covid 19 Protective measures: Keep your distance at the raft base and observe our hygiene measures. The sauna is open again. We advise against participation in the event of symptoms, corona-related cancellations are possible free of charge. Please report early.

The last trips of the season take place 25th September.

About us: We are an international Team of professional Raftguides, that have been running these Trips in the name of Bergbahnen Scuol AG since the Year 2000. All guides at Engadin Adventure have many years of international rafting experience and are Swiss and internationally licensed. Our guides are also qualified white-water rescue technicians and are first aid qualified. At this point, a huge Thanks to all our regulars that have been with us over all these years 🙂 …. see’ya on the river!

Running one of the most exciting white-water rivers in Europe demands attention to detail and safety. At Engadin Adventure safety is present at every level of our operation. Each year we undergo a safety audit that is carried on behalf of Safety in Adventures foundation of Switzerland by the SGS. Passing these audits confirms that we follow industry best practice standards and operate in accordance legal statutes as laid out by Swiss Federal Law.

Engadin Adventure uses high quality international rafting equipment from recognized white-water outfitters and all of our guests are fitted out with neoprene wetsuits, neoprene shoes, jackets, white-water rafting buoyancy aids and helmets before we go on the river.

Answers to frequently asked questions

Why Engadin Adventure?

Over 20 years of experience. Member of the SOA (Swiss Outdoor Association). Certified through SGS, with passing this audits and controls they confirm our standards and safety meassures in all aspects of the operation.

Where can I park my car?

On the official Parking Lot from the Gondola Station, next to Hotel Bellaval, Scuol.

How can I pay?

Generally our guests pay immediately before departure at our rafting base. We accept all major credit cards or if you wish you can pay cash (Swiss Franc or Euros). For larger groups we organise a bill ahead of the trip.

What do I need to bring?

All you need is a towel, swimming costume, money (you may want to buy a photo or t-shirt) and yourself, all the gear that you need on the river you will get from us. This includes a neoprene wetsuit, neoprene booties, neoprene jacket, lifejacket and helmet.

What do we get to eat?

There is a little something after every trip; we call this après raft. For example, cookies and mineral water for the kids, a beer for Dad or a shandy for Mum. If you take part in a full day trip then you get a barbecue lunch, this includes a pork steak (one), potato, salad, tomatoes, mineral water, tea, coffee and cookies.

Will I get wet?

Yes…we just can’t say how wet.

What happens if I fall in the water?

Then you are really going to get wet….however after the safety talk and the training that you have had at the beginning of the trip you will know what to do…assume the position…the white-water floating position.

How many people fit onto a raft?

Our Incept white-water rafts take a maximum of 7 paddlers plus the guide. This number may change due to changes in river conditions. It may be that we have to divide some groups up because of this. Sorry….but safety comes first.

Do rafting trips get cancelled because of bad weather?

Seldom…we give our guests high quality wetsuits, booties and jackets that protect against the elements; you are going to get wet anyway so you may as well go rafting when it rains. However extended periods of rain may cause the river to rise and force us to change planned trips…if you have any questions you can call us at +41 81 861 14 19

What’s at the Raftbase?

Registration Counter, Changing rooms and toilets for Men and Women, Welcome Lounge, Fotoservice Corner and a Sauna (for the cold days after the trip). By the way; next door is BAR MARMOTTA in case you feel hungry or thursty after the Trip.

When do we meet?

Day trips, morning and family trips meet at 10:20 at the latest, the meeting time for afternoon trips is 13:20.

What’s the minimum age for rafting?

The minimum age for a normal rafting trip is 14, however on family trips we have a minimum age requirement of 8 years or 1.2m (please note that while a child may be old enough, if they do not fulfill the minimum height requirement they cannot go on the river)