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Upper Engadine Switzerland, help please!

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I've read several posts over the years about the wonders of the Engadine, and it's been on my radar for some time.

I'm in the very early stages of planning a trip to Switzerland in March/April and I'm quite keen to include the Engadine this time.

I realize March isn't the ideal month, but it's the only time that will work for us given work and training schedules. We often travel to Switzerland at odd times, but March is still ski season, so I have some concerns about crowds, high season rates, etc.. We're hoping to do quite a bit of winter hiking. We'll be traveling from Perth, Australia.

I'd appreciate any and all suggestions regarding the Engadine, and advice on where to begin my research. At the moment I know absoulutely nothing about the area, other than I've wanted to explore it for some time.

Suggestions regarding specific places to stay and walk trails to explore, etc will be much appreciated We'd prefer unserviced apartments to save a bit of money.

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