Inn (En) River originates at Lägh dal Lunghin (Lunghinsee) lake, Engadine, Switzerland.
The Inn (En) River originates in in the Grison Alps, Switzerland, from Lägh dal Lunghin (or Lunghinsee, 2490 meters, a lake on Piz Lunghin mountain) and flows to the Danube, in Europe. Nearby, Lunghin Pass is a triple watershed (the "roof of Europe") where water can run towards the Atlantic (North Sea, 740 km north), Adriatic Sea (275 km south), or Black Sea (1560 km east). Water on the north-west side runs to the Rhine. Water on the southwest side flows to Mera River in Val Bregaglia to the Po. The Swiss valley of Engadine translates as the “garden of the En (or Inn) River” (Engadin in German, Engiadina in Romansh, Engadina in Italian). For licensing options, please inquire.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download