The ski resort of Scuol - Motta Naluns in the Engadin region of Switzerland offers an extensive skiing area, often undiscovered by the global audience. It spans elevations from 1,250 to 2,783 meters above sea level, providing a haven for snow sports enthusiasts seeking to escape lengthy queues. The charming traditional villages in Lower Engadine retain their original allure, offering a picturesque backdrop. Scuol caters to diverse skiing preferences, with slopes ranging from low to moderate difficulty. Notably, the Motta-Naluns snow sports area boasts a captivating 12-kilometer descent to Sent, known as the "dream slope," while the family-friendly 4-kilometer toboggan run from Prui to Ftan adds joy to the winter experience. Additionally, the Salaniva–Champatsch–Salez area provides ample freeride terrain, and both snowboarders and skiers can explore the fun park featuring various kickers and rails during their Scuol – Motta Naluns ski holiday.

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Where is Scuol located?

Scuol–Motta Naluns is situated in the Engadin region of Switzerland, surrounded by the peaks of the Lower Engadin and the Silvretta. For travelers, Zurich (ZRH) is the recommended airport for international flights, while Innsbruck (INN) is suitable for UK/European-based travelers. Both airports offer rental cars and private transfers. The preferred mode of travel from Zurich is by train, with Landquart station serving as the main link to the regional line to Scuol-Tarasp. Trains from Zurich airport to Landquart usually involve one change at Zurich main station and take between 1½ to 2 hours, depending on the time of day. The Rätische Bahn (Rhaetian Railway) service then completes the journey to Scuol via Klosters in less than 1½ hours.

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