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Walserweg Safiental
Walserweg Safiental
Stage 1, Versam, Bahnhof–Tenna
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Senda Sursilvana
Senda Sursilvana
Stage 5, Laax–Chur
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Alpine Passes Trail
Alpine Passes Trail
Stage 2, Tamins–Ilanz
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Jakobsweg Graubünden
Jakobsweg Graubünden
Stage 14, Trin Digg–Laax (Falera)
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Senda Ruinaulta
Senda Ruinaulta
Route 659, Laax (Staderas)–Laax (Staderas)
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Rhine Route
Rhine Route
Stage 2, Disentis–Chur
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Biking in the surroundings

Graubünden Bike
Graubünden Bike
Rheinschluchttour
Trin Digg–Crestasee
Crap Masegn
Hochtal Bargis
Calörtsch
Cuolm Sura
Flimserwald Rundtour
Bonaduzer Wald
Vorab-Grauberg
Flims
The Rhine Gorge

The Rhine Gorge

This «Little Swiss Grand Canyon» is a natural monument offering a host of activities such as hiking and river rafting.
The Rhine Gorge, or «Ruinaulta» in Romansh, is one of the most magnificent and diverse landscapes in the Alps. Created about 10,000 years ago by a rockslide, the gorge walls reach heights of up to 300 metres. In its depths, the Upper Rhine winds its way for 14 kilometres. It is fed from Lake Toma at the Oberalp Pass, the Rhine's official source. From there it is exactly 1,233 kilometres to its outlet in the North Sea near Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

Between Ilanz and Rheichenau, the Rhine is a thrilling experience. River rafters and canoeists find this stretch of the river a natural paradise where you can even spot a chamois or a little ringed plover. Between Ilanz and Reichenau there are seven boat launch areas and demarcated picnic spots.
This «Little Swiss Grand Canyon» is a natural monument offering a host of activities such as hiking and river rafting.
The Rhine Gorge, or «Ruinaulta» in Romansh, is one of the most magnificent and diverse landscapes in the Alps. Created about 10,000 years ago by a rockslide, the gorge walls reach heights of up to 300 metres. In its depths, the Upper Rhine winds its way for 14 kilometres. It is fed from Lake Toma at the Oberalp Pass, the Rhine's official source. From there it is exactly 1,233 kilometres to its outlet in the North Sea near Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

Between Ilanz and Rheichenau, the Rhine is a thrilling experience. River rafters and canoeists find this stretch of the river a natural paradise where you can even spot a chamois or a little ringed plover. Between Ilanz and Reichenau there are seven boat launch areas and demarcated picnic spots.

The Rhine Gorge

Adresse

Flims Laax Falera
Via Nova 62
7017 Flims Dorf
Tel. +41 (0)81 920 92 00
info@flimslaaxfalera.ch
www.flimslaax.com

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Flims Laax Falera
Flims Laax Falera
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Hiking in the surroundings

Walserweg Safiental
Walserweg Safiental
Stage 1, Versam, Bahnhof–Tenna
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Senda Sursilvana
Senda Sursilvana
Stage 5, Laax–Chur
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Alpine Passes Trail
Alpine Passes Trail
Stage 2, Tamins–Ilanz
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Jakobsweg Graubünden
Jakobsweg Graubünden
Stage 14, Trin Digg–Laax (Falera)
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Senda Ruinaulta
Senda Ruinaulta
Route 659, Laax (Staderas)–Laax (Staderas)
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Cycling in the surroundings

Rhine Route
Rhine Route
Stage 2, Disentis–Chur
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Biking in the surroundings

Graubünden Bike
Graubünden Bike
Rheinschluchttour
Trin Digg–Crestasee
Crap Masegn
Hochtal Bargis
Calörtsch
Cuolm Sura
Flimserwald Rundtour
Bonaduzer Wald
Vorab-Grauberg