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Five Days in Upper Engadine

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We will be staying in Pontresina at Chesa Mulin for five nights the first week of October. I have read the great suggestions in this thread,
http://www.fodors.com/community/europe/need-suggestions-for-three-days-in-the-engadine.cfm#comments-open

I gather that what is recommended on the above thread are more walks than hikes in that they are more flat? Is this correct? Are there other hikes that can be recommended? In the US we tend to do hikes that are rated moderate. Not sure how that relates to hiking in Switzerland. Another question regarding hiking sticks. I like to use them when going on downhils to protect my knees. On the walks in the post above would these be needed in terms of downhill walking? What about hiking boots as opposed to regular tennis shoes? thanks!

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