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Close to heaven in the Val Müstair

Panoramic winter hike on the solitary heights in the Val Müstair to a picture-book mountain village.

Biosfera Val Müstair

The Müstair valley is one of Switzerland's most beautiful mountain valleys – and is home to the worldwide unique biosphere reserve in the Romansh language region.

The Val Müstair is a little-known mountain valley south of the Ofen Pass, designated as a regional nature reserve of national importance. Together with the Swiss National Park, it forms the Biosfera Val Müstair Parc Naziunal, Switzerland's first UNESCO biosphere reserve in the high Alpine region.

Along the banks of the Rom - themed trail

From the source of the Rom in Tschierv to the Italian border (total of 14 km). Past fens, natural river banks, escarpments of the Bach, mysterious, elf-inhabited meadows. Generous widenings of the river course have returned the original bed to the Rom along long stretches; new life germinates along the natural river banks. Information brochure from the Val Müstair Biosphere and Pro Natura Graubünden.

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.