Historic buildings shape this village, as well as the fact that many contemporary artists come from Trun: Alois Carigiet, Matias Spescha, Gieri Schmed, Gioni and Luis Defuns. The Cuort Ligia Grisha museum in Trun is home to some real cultural treasures as well as a permanent exhibition by the artist Alois Carigiet. And on exploring the village on a walk, you’re sure to see and admire numerous murals by the artist and children's book illustrator Alois Carigiet.
Numerous hikes on marked trails lead to lookouts and sights of interest, with picnic areas along the way inviting you to take a break and bite to eat. Mountain bikers discover tours of varying levels of difficulty, and the Tödi, Cavistrau and Pez Nadels peeks fascinate mountaineers and alpinists alike. Sculptures, statues and figurines of wood, iron, bronze, aluminum and stone further delight the eye on the 1.5-kilometer art trail on the Anterior Rhine in Trun, not only the works of local artists, instead artists from other parts of Switzerland and beyond.
Trun has a lot to offer in terms of cross-country skiing: Switzerland’s longest night trail at a length of 5 km is found in Trun, with 18 floodlights ideally illuminating the trail in the valley and on the gently sloping hillside. Furthermore, the Nordic Surselva trails around Trun, Sumvitg and Disentis are known to be idyllic stretches along the Rhine. And crowning glory is the lengthy 26 km cross-country route that runs from Trun via Surrein to Disentis practically all along the Rhine. A small and handy ski lift suitable for families with children and a natural ice rink, on which you can play ice hockey and curling in addition to skating, are also available to guests in Trun. Yet another plus is the fact that the six Surselva skiing areas are reached in as little as 15 to 45 minutes by car from Trun.