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Fishing in Silvaplana

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The peace and quiet of the early morning out on the lake, the still waters and just being in touch with nature, what could be better? Fishing is a trendy and upcoming sport for young and old alike. The Upper Engadin lakes are open for boat fishing from May 15th until October 15th. Native fish are grayling, brown and speckled trout and Namaycush. The Engadin is well known for its beautifully colored trout and char.


Obtain a fishing permit

Fishing by boat is permitted on Lake Silvaplana. You can obtain a fishing permit online at the Department of Hunting and Fishing or at the municipal police. You need a valid ID as well as the SaNa certificate.

A special permit is required for fishing from the lake shore and rivers of the Upper Engadin, from May 1st to September 15th. You can acquire the permit here.


Fishing Association Upper Engadin

Should you have any questions concerning alpine fishing, contact the Fishing Association of the Upper Engadin at fvoengadin@hotmail.com or at +41 79 777 03 56. They will be glad to help.

The association also offers guided fishing at the streams, rivers and lakes of the Upper Engadin. The experienced local fishermen will guide you to the most beautiful fishing sites and will tell you all you need to know about fishing in the Upper Engadin.


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Restaurant Conrad's

Active alpine lifestyle in the heart of Silvaplana

Experience Silvaplana

Silvaplana is located in the heart of the Upper Engadine lake landscape, surrounded by impressive three-thousand-meter peaks such as the local mountain Corvatsch with the highest panorama restaurant at 3303 m above sea level.

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Der Lej Marsch und der Lej Nair verstecken sich in einem Wäldchen oberhalb von Surlej auf dem Weg nach St. Moritz. Sie sind gut erreichbar – ob zu Fuss bei einem gemütlichen Spaziergang, mit dem Fahrrad oder E-Bike. Vor Ort gibt es Feuerstellen, Picknickplätze, Liegewiesen und Toiletten. Der kleine Sandstrand am Lej Marsch bringt sogar Beachfeeling an den Bergsee. Und ein Steg lässt Wagemutige ins kühle Nass springen. Wer noch ein bisschen mehr Ruhe sucht, ist am Lej Nair genau richtig. Der mystische Schwarzsee liegt nur zehn Gehminuten oberhalb vom Lej Marsch.