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Kesch-Trek: En-route between Flüela and Albula

Four day walk from cabin to cabin from the Flüela Pass via the Scaletta-Pass to the Albula Pass and on to Bergün.

The Kesch-Treck offers four superlative days in the Bündner Mountain Region. Spectacular mountain scenery with wild valleys, rugged peaks and impressive glaciers make the tour an unforgettable mountain hike. Three SAC-cabins, the Grialetsch Cabin, the Kesch Cabin and the Es-cha Cabin have joined together to offer the tour lasting several days as a bookable all-inclusive walking tour.

Veia digl Pader

Father Alexander Lozza from Marmorera (1880–1953) was the priest in Salouf, a notorious poacher and an exceptionally gifted Romanic poet. An easy walking trail from Savognin to Stierva, bordered with 13 Romanic poems by the father, complete with German translations. Magical scenery with neat villages. Savognin (1200m) to Stierva (1375m).

Father Alexander Lozza from Marmorera (1880–1953) was the priest in Salouf, a notorious poacher and an exceptionally gifted Romanic poet.

Ruin of Belfort – stories and history

There are so many legends and historical tales associated with this building, its inhabitants, and its destruction in 1499. The castle was the ancestral home of the barons of Vaz. It is located on the trading route from Chur via Lenzerheide into the Landwasser valley, going all the way to Davos and then over the Albula Pass into the Engadin. It is a cultural monument of national importance, protected by the state. In recent years, the ruined castle has been restored at great expense and made into an accessible attraction for the general public.

There are so many legends and historical tales associated with this building, its inhabitants, and its destruction in 1499. The castle was the ancestral home of the barons of Vaz.

Children’s Ski Paradise La Nars

Getting started is easy. In the Children’s Ski Paradise La Nars, Switzerland’s longest covered magic carpet transports visitors of all ages effortlessly through the 171-meter tunnel and higher up. Once on top, the riding fun begins.