Along the banks of the Rom - themed trail

Val Müstair

Sta. Maria Val Müstair, vom Dach des Hotel Schweizerhof

Sta. Maria Val Müstair, vom Dach des Hotel Schweizerhof

Gasthaus Alpenrose Umbrail

Gasthaus Alpenrose Umbrail

Skigebiet Minschuns

Skigebiet Minschuns

Ofenpass, Fuorn 2

Ofenpass, Fuorn 2

Fuldera d'aint, Val Müstair

Fuldera d'aint, Val Müstair

The Rom flows through the through the 18-km-long Münster Valley in many guises: sometimes as a placidly winding brook in flower-covered meadows, sometimes as a thundering mountain stream between pebble banks and riverside woodland.

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Thanks must go to the tenacious resolve of the inhabitants of this large mountain valley and the work of landscape and nature protection agencies for allowing this mountain stream to retain its wilful character and its freedom. The hike along the Rom from Fuldera to St. Maria in Müstair leads through changing fluvial topography: flowering meadows with orchids and shade-giving shrubs on the Fuldera plain, dense riverside woodland with alders, willows and age-old larch trees, natural and diverse woodland peripheries where dog roses and sallow thorn provide for colourful highlights. Yet the gurgling of the Rom remains one’s constant companion throughout the hike, as does the view of the expansive and quiet mountains of this high Grisons valley. For first-hand information, try a guided tour. Register at the tourist office.

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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