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Water Trail - Trutg dil Flem

The Flims Water Trail, called "Trutg dil Flem", is walkable in both directions and is a lively adventure for young and old.

Senda Ruinaulta: The Swiss Rhine Gorge Route

The view down into the depths is dizzyingly beautiful! The Vorderrhein has eaten 400 metres into the limestone cliffs of the Ruinaulta. Accompanied by the Rhaetian Railway, it winds its picturesque way through the canyon - this part of the route is particularly spectacular. The lookout platform "Il Spir" offers an impressive bird's eye view. The best way to get there is along the Senda Ruinaulta, an easy hike brimming with temptations.

Top class cuisine and spectacular landscapes - the road to the "Grand Canyon" of Switzerland is a pleasure in every respect.

The historic via ferrata

The historical via ferrata originally stems from the year 1907, has been however completely renovated and, today, leads over three practically vertical rock formations. Magical views, elevated adrenaline levels and a few aching muscles are guaranteed…but well worth it!

The historical via ferrata originally stems from the year 1907, has been however completely renovated and, today, leads over three practically vertical rock formations.

Ruinaulta - Switzerland's Grand Canyon

The Ruinaulta owes its existence to the Flimser landslide 10,000 years ago, when 10,000 million cubic meters of rock thundered into the valley. The canyon-like ravine in the Vorderrhein Valley can be reached on foot, across the water, by train or by bike.