The "Plitsch and Platsch" booklet is full of fun and games for children, and tells an exciting story about the walk. In the company of the goblin "Furbaz" and mountain fairy "Mara", the 2 ½-hour walk will go by in a flash and the children will also learn some interesting facts about the six lakes on the Water Trail. The booklet is available free of charge at the valley stations of the cable cars Corvatsch and Furtschellas.
Barbecue with a view of the lakes of the Upper Engadin: only on Corvatsch. Along the route of the Water Trail there are two tempting barbecue sites. One overlooks the lakes of the Upper Engadin valley while the other is just beside the Lejin Rhodonit alpine lake. The barbecue sites are equipped with tables, benches, a metal grill and firewood. Bratwurst and cervelat sausages can be bought at the La Chüdera restaurant.
The two playgrounds at Corvatsch/Murtèl and Sils/Furtschellas will keep all mini-summiteers entertained. The play equipment includes swings, a seesaw and carved wooden figures. While the little ones romp around, their parents can enjoy coffee and freshly baked pastries on the big sunshine terrace.
At the Furtschellas top station, there are dwarf goats, rabbits and chickens eager to be stroked by gentle children's hands. The petting zoo is right next to the La Chüdera mountain restaurant. During the summer season the animals live up here at 2312 m and can be stroked and picked up. Close by, you can spend some time at the playground or relaxing on a deckchair on the terrace.
How about a game of chess in the open air at 2700 m above sea level? The giant outdoor chess set at the Corvatsch middle station will provide good exercise for your brain cells.