243 Zügenhüttli-Weg
243 Zügenhüttli-Weg

Winter hiking

Zügenhüttli-Weg

Zügenhüttli-Weg

Klosters, Madrisa–Klosters, Madrisa

Route report
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Zügenhüttli-Weg

Zügenhüttli-Weg

The well-maintained winter hiking route from the Saaseralp to the Zügenhüttli runs high up on Klosters’ sun-kissed local mountain, spectacular views over the Silvretta glacier before returning to Klosters.
Take the Madrisa cable car on the 10-minute trip from Klosters village up onto the Saaseralp. The winter hiking trail starts from here. The most striking feature is the «saga tower» with its giant 100-metre-long slide. This wooden building twelve metres tall is the centre of Madrisa Land, the first adventure park in the Alps.

The well-maintained track can be walked with ease with good winter hiking boots. First it leads to Untersäss and towards the Zügenhüttli, always with views across to the Silvretta massif. Passing over the Büelen and under the Züg, you will reach the mountain station of the Zügenhüttli chairlift after a good hour of hiking.

After a short rest in the homely mountain restaurant, follow the same trail back to the Madrisa mountain station and then back down into the valley to Klosters.
The well-maintained winter hiking route from the Saaseralp to the Zügenhüttli runs high up on Klosters’ sun-kissed local mountain, spectacular views over the Silvretta glacier before returning to Klosters.
Take the Madrisa cable car on the 10-minute trip from Klosters village up onto the Saaseralp. The winter hiking trail starts from here. The most striking feature is the «saga tower» with its giant 100-metre-long slide. This wooden building twelve metres tall is the centre of Madrisa Land, the first adventure park in the Alps.

The well-maintained track can be walked with ease with good winter hiking boots. First it leads to Untersäss and towards the Zügenhüttli, always with views across to the Silvretta massif. Passing over the Büelen and under the Züg, you will reach the mountain station of the Zügenhüttli chairlift after a good hour of hiking.

After a short rest in the homely mountain restaurant, follow the same trail back to the Madrisa mountain station and then back down into the valley to Klosters.
4 km | 1 Stage
260 m | 260 m
1 h 50 min
medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Madrisa
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Season

Winter season
The winter season generally lasts from Christmas to the end of March.

Contact

Destination Davos Klosters
Talstrasse 41
7270 Davos Platz
Tel. +41 (0)81 415 21 21
info@davos.ch
www.davos.ch

Services

Accommodation

Berghaus Erika
Berghaus Erika
Klosters Dorf
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Signalization

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