One key feature of the Engadine culture is the local language: Romansh. The language was at serious risk of dying out around 100 years ago, until a number of devotees resolved to ensure its survival. And in 1938 the Swiss people voted by a sizeable majority to make it the fourth national language. Romansh and its wide range of idioms are still very much alive today. And our e-guide, which is available to all visitors, offers a number of samples of it for you to listen to.