Engadine, a Swiss valley in the Grisons, on the banks of the Inn, bordering on Tyrol, and much loved of tourists for its picturesque villages and beautiful scenery. It is 50 miles long, of varying width, and is divided into the Upper and Lower Engadine. There are mineral waters. Many of the inhabitants migrate to make money, and then come home to live. The language spoken is called Ladin or Romanisch.