35 Walserweg
35 Walserweg

Hiking

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Walserweg

Stage 19, St. Antönien–Brand (A)

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Walserweg

Walser people settled early in Partnun, below the Schijenflue, as they did in Gafiatal. Today an alp area with typical timber houses in the middle of the Rätikonmassiv - an outdoor eldorado. Schweizertor: Alpine crossing to Brand (A), where the first Walsers settled in the 14th century.
Walser people settled early in Partnun, below the Schijenflue, as they did in Gafiatal. Today an alp area with typical timber houses in the middle of the Rätikonmassiv - an outdoor eldorado. Schweizertor: Alpine crossing to Brand (A), where the first Walsers settled in the 14th century.
31 km
1550 m | 1950 m
10 h 10 min
medium (mountain hiking trail) | difficult

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel St. Antönien, Platz
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Surface/foundation
Please note: sure-footedness essential at Schweizertor.

Hints

Hint
Note: This route goes across the border so you will need to have an ID card or a passport on you.

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Consideration
Area with livestock guardian dogs: On the mountain pasture Grüscheralp you may encounter livestock guardian dogs from the mid of June till the beginning of July and in September. On the mountain pasture Grüscheralp you may encounter livestock guardian dogs from the beginning July till the beginning of September. Respecting certain rules helps avoid problems.
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Contact

Signpost management
Signposting is managed by the cantonal hiking trail organisation on behalf of the communities.
Wanderwege Graubünden
Kornplatz 12
7000 Chur
info@wwgr.ch
www.wanderwege-graubünden.ch

Services

Accommodation

Hotel Madrisajoch
Hotel Madrisajoch
St. Antönien
Carschinahütte SAC
Carschinahütte SAC
St. Antönien
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Places

St. Antönien
St. Antönien
Brand (A)
Brand (A)
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Signalization

Signalization
For hiking, follow the logo indicated on the yellow signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your hike for safety's sake.
Signalization