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Engadine in early June?

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I am starting to think about next year's Europe trip (2014). This will be the last week in May and first week of June. We will start in Berlin, Dresden, and Prague with my son and his wife, and their not-yet-two-years-old twins. I would love to add some time in the Engadine area, maybe Pontresina/Samedan, and/or Scuol (lower Engadine) at the end. As many times as I have been to Switzerland, we haven't made it to that area yet.

I know early June is early for hiking in the Berner Oberland and Valais regions we have visited previously, but I have the impression the weather is better and the summer starts earlier in the Engadine? I am not sure where I got that impression, so I wanted to check on that. Of course I know there are no guarantees when it comes to weather, but what is the general pattern for the area? We don't need to do high-altitude hiking; low elevation strolls and bike riding would be fine for our first taste of Graubunden.

Thanks for your help.

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