Begin of tour: Haldenstein
End of tour: Tamins
Access starting point: Train to Haldenstein
Access point of arrival: Bus from Tamins
Technical requirements: medium difficulty
Physical fitness: medium difficulty
Total altitude meters: 2,142 m ascent and 2,052 m descent
Hiking time: 3 Days
Season: June to October
Gastronomy: In the cabins along the route
Overnight: Calandahütte, Ringelspitzhütte
Various: The mountain hike is ideal for beginners who have not hiked from cabin to cabin before.
Even the Romans used the pass to avoid the dangerous places of the Rhine. Today the Rhine between Tamins and Chur has for the most part been straightened and made safer. The last stage leads from the Ringelspitz cabin down into the valley again to Tamins.
1st Day (4 h.)
Haldenstein – Parfuoss – Arella – Oberberg – Pkt. 1792 – Altsäss – Haldensteiner Alp - Calandahütte
2nd Day (ca. 5 h.)
Calandahütte – Haldensteiner Tal – Rossboden – Felsberger Älplis – Taminser Älplis – Pkt. 2008 – Balsura – Kunkelpass – Pkt. 1461 – Beim Ahorn – Grossalp – Ringelspitzhütte
3rd Day (2 h.)
Ringelspitzhütte – Lawoibach – Hinter Säss – Vorder Säss – Sgaiwald - Tamins
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.