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35 Walserweg
35 Walserweg

Hiking

Walserweg

Walserweg

San Bernardino–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
Walserweg

Walserweg

The Walserweg Graubünden follows the tracks of the Walsers in the high valleys of Graubunden in 19 one-day stages (total 300 km). The route leads along historic trails through breathtaking nature and intact cultivated landscapes. Hikers gain insights into the culture and history of the Walser folk.
The trail begins in the village of San Bernardino. In 1270 the first settlers crossed the pass of the same name from the Valais and settled in Rheinwald. The impressive houses in Hinterrhein, Nufenen and Splügen are a reminder of the days of trading with mule-trains. The Splügenpass, the Safierberg, Passo del S. Bernardino and the Valserberg were important north-south links. The route leads through historic cultivated landscapes and typical scattered Walser settlements. Hiking time for each stage is between 4.5 and 7 hours. But there is plenty of time to enjoy and explore the beautiful landscape. Alpine crossings link the high valleys, along the way the hiker meets clear mountain lakes and high, protected moorlands. The route leads through species-rich Alpine meadows and shady stone pine and larch forests. These impressive natural environments alternate with evidence of Walser pastures and mountain farming. Typical slanted wooden fences, Walser houses burned brown by the sun, log-cabin-style barns and regional building variations such as steeply-pitched roofs in Vals and wood-shingle roofs in the Safiental valley add to the appeal of this long-distance trail.

A friendly evening meal with local people is a pleasant way to round off each one-day stage. Whether in a village still typifying Walser culture, such as Safien, Avers, St. Antönien or Langwies or in a major Walser tourism centre such as Davos, Klosters or Arosa.
The Walserweg Graubünden follows the tracks of the Walsers in the high valleys of Graubunden in 19 one-day stages (total 300 km). The route leads along historic trails through breathtaking nature and intact cultivated landscapes. Hikers gain insights into the culture and history of the Walser folk.
The trail begins in the village of San Bernardino. In 1270 the first settlers crossed the pass of the same name from the Valais and settled in Rheinwald. The impressive houses in Hinterrhein, Nufenen and Splügen are a reminder of the days of trading with mule-trains. The Splügenpass, the Safierberg, Passo del S. Bernardino and the Valserberg were important north-south links. The route leads through historic cultivated landscapes and typical scattered Walser settlements. Hiking time for each stage is between 4.5 and 7 hours. But there is plenty of time to enjoy and explore the beautiful landscape. Alpine crossings link the high valleys, along the way the hiker meets clear mountain lakes and high, protected moorlands. The route leads through species-rich Alpine meadows and shady stone pine and larch forests. These impressive natural environments alternate with evidence of Walser pastures and mountain farming. Typical slanted wooden fences, Walser houses burned brown by the sun, log-cabin-style barns and regional building variations such as steeply-pitched roofs in Vals and wood-shingle roofs in the Safiental valley add to the appeal of this long-distance trail.

A friendly evening meal with local people is a pleasant way to round off each one-day stage. Whether in a village still typifying Walser culture, such as Safien, Avers, St. Antönien or Langwies or in a major Walser tourism centre such as Davos, Klosters or Arosa.

Services

Accommodation

Hotel Bellevue
Hotel Bellevue
S. Bernardino
Hotel und Restaurant Valserhof
Hotel und Restaurant Valserhof
Vals
Gästehaus Wanna
Gästehaus Wanna
Thalkirch
Hotel Weiss Kreuz Thusis AG
Hotel Weiss Kreuz Thusis AG
Thusis
Jugendherberge Sils i. D. (nur für Gruppen)
Jugendherberge Sils i. D. (nur für Gruppen)
Sils im Domleschg
Hof Familie Juon
Hof Familie Juon
Zillis-Reischen
Camping Andeer
Camping Andeer
Andeer
B&B AmBach 79
B&B AmBach 79
Cresta (Avers)
Chamonas d'Ela CAS
Chamonas d'Ela CAS
Filisur
Hotel Grischuna
Hotel Grischuna
Filisur
Landgasthof Rätia
Landgasthof Rätia
Filisur
Grischa - DAS Hotel Davos
Grischa - DAS Hotel Davos
Davos Platz
Hotel Bellevue Wiesen
Hotel Bellevue Wiesen
Davos Wiesen
Hotel Dischma
Hotel Dischma
Davos Dorf
Hotel Restaurant Walserhuus Sertig
Hotel Restaurant Walserhuus Sertig
Davos Clavadel
Hotel Seehof Davos
Hotel Seehof Davos
Davos Dorf
Hotel-Restaurant Ducan
Hotel-Restaurant Ducan
Davos Monstein
Jugendherberge Davos
Jugendherberge Davos
Davos Dorf
Berghaus Heimeli
Berghaus Heimeli
Sapün
Pension Alte Post
Pension Alte Post
Langwies
Schluocht-Hof
Schluocht-Hof
Langwies
Adventure Hostel Klosters
Adventure Hostel Klosters
Klosters
Berghaus Erika
Berghaus Erika
Klosters Dorf
Hotel Steinbock
Hotel Steinbock
Klosters
Jugendherberge Klosters
Jugendherberge Klosters
Klosters
Sport-Lodge Klosters
Sport-Lodge Klosters
Klosters
Carschinahütte SAC
Carschinahütte SAC
St. Antönien
Hotel-Restaurant Rhätia
Hotel-Restaurant Rhätia
St. Antönien
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Bookable offers

35 Walserweg: Davos - Arosa - St. Antönien
35 Walserweg: Davos - Arosa - St. Antönien
35 Walserweg: Filisur - Monstein - Davos
35 Walserweg: Filisur - Monstein - Davos
35 Walserweg: San Bernardino - Vals - Thusis
35 Walserweg: San Bernardino - Vals - Thusis
35 Walserweg: Thusis - Obermutten - Avers Juf
35 Walserweg: Thusis - Obermutten - Avers Juf
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Places

San Bernardino Pass
San Bernardino Pass
Hinterrhein
Hinterrhein
Vals / Vals Valley
Vals / Vals Valley
Safien-Platz
Safien-Platz
Obermutten
Obermutten
Thusis
Thusis
Andeer
Andeer
Innerferrera
Innerferrera
Juf
Juf
Alp Flix
Alp Flix
Filisur
Filisur
Davos
Davos
Monstein
Monstein
Sertig Dörfli
Sertig Dörfli
Arosa
Arosa
Langwies
Langwies
Klosters
Klosters
St. Antönien
St. Antönien
Brand (A)
Brand (A)
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Places of interest

On the San Bernardino Pass
On the San Bernardino Pass
Parco Avventura (Rope Park)
Parco Avventura (Rope Park)
San Bernardino Pass – once a mule trail
San Bernardino Pass – once a mule trail
On the «Polenweg» over the Tomülpass
On the «Polenweg» over the Tomülpass
Hohen Rätien Castle
Hohen Rätien Castle
Pumppark Sils i.D.
Pumppark Sils i.D.
St Martin's church Zillis
St Martin's church Zillis
Viamala Gorge
Viamala Gorge
Viamala – from a bad to a good route
Viamala – from a bad to a good route
Roffla Gorge
Roffla Gorge
Landwasser Viaduct
Landwasser Viaduct
Alpinum Schatzalp
Alpinum Schatzalp
BierVision, Monstein
BierVision, Monstein
Bikepark Färich Davos
Bikepark Färich Davos
Kirchner Museum
Kirchner Museum
Summer Toboggan Run, Schatzalp
Summer Toboggan Run, Schatzalp
Arosa Untersee
Arosa Untersee
Langwies Viaduct
Langwies Viaduct
Pumptrack
Pumptrack
691 Gotschna Freeride
691 Gotschna Freeride
Madrisa-Land
Madrisa-Land
Weissfluhjoch Davos
Weissfluhjoch Davos
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Swimming

Therme Vals
Therme Vals
Mineral Spa Andeer
Mineral Spa Andeer
«eau-là-là - Wellness and Pleasure Pool Davos
«eau-là-là - Wellness and Pleasure Pool Davos
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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