Fuldera: Through the high valley to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site


Hiking tour from Fuldera to Santa Maria in Müstair along the Rom embedded in a landscape of great variety. This mountain stream has retained its untamed nature, rushing freely and unfettered through the landscape. Six idyllic villages dot this 18 km long valley, each defined by a charm all its own.

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Technical information

Begin of tour: Fuldera
Access starting point: By public transportation or car from the Engadine via Zernez/Ofenpass to Fuldera in the Münstertal Valley
Point of arrival: Müstair
Access point of arrival: Accessible by bus
Hiking time: 4 h
Distance: 12 km
Physical fitness: medium difficulty
Difficulty: medium difficulty
Difference in elevation: 850 m
Culmination point: 1920 m
Season: May - October
Gastronomy: Food available in all villages
Overnight: Large number of vacation apartments, group accommodation as well as several camp grounds.


At the Rom Brook in the Münstertal Valley
At times the Rom traverses the Münstertal Valley as a meandering rivulet, at others as a rushing mountain brook, and then as a whitewater river flowing between gravel banks and pastures lined by woodlands. Thanks to the toughness and resistance of the inhabitants of this mountain valley, and the efforts of the environmental organizations, this mountain brook retained its temperament, special character and unfettered freedom. A multifaceted riverscape, it has flower-speckled meadows with orchids and shady undergrowth in the Fuldera plain, thick forests with alder, willow and ancient larch trees, and the edges of untouched woods, where wild roses and buckthorn set colorful accents. This hiking tour is constantly accompanied by the rushing sounds of the Rom and the view of the magnificent and tranquil mountains of Graubünden's high valley.

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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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