373 Panoramaweg Feldis
373 Panoramaweg Feldis

Winter hiking

Panoramaweg Feldis

Panoramaweg Feldis

Feldis, Mutta–Leg Palus–Tgom Aulta–Feldis, Mutta

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Panoramaweg Feldis

Panoramaweg Feldis

This panoramic trail has earned its name. From the Feldis highlands, the view of the majestic Piz Beverin, Tödi and Calanda group is simply divine. The gently undulating route goes past a small lake and a natural ice field and around the Tgom Aulta.
High above the Burgenland Domleschg on a sunny clearing at 1,500 metres above sea level lies the idyllic mountain village of Feldis. Unspoilt nature and a small, refined tourist offer make staying here a special experience. Even getting there is special. You can either take the mountain road or the cable car, which floats 200 metres above Rhine meadows, from Rhäzüns.

A chair lift (Feldis – Mutta), which starts just outside the village, takes winter hikers to the start of the panoramic trail. The chair lift joins the Feldis highlands to its almost legendary mountain surroundings: Piz Beverin, Tödi, Ringelspitz or Calanda, to name but a few peaks. From the mountain station (1,974m a.s.l.), you walk through the Feldis highlands, past the Leg Palus lake, all the time with a stunning view towards Surselva and Chur’s Rhine valley. The gently undulating path winds round Tgom Aulta (2,085m a.s.l.) and past Alp dil Plaun to the Feldis ski lodge and natural ice field with the Alp Raguta mountain lodge. On this side of Tgom Aulta, the view of Domleschg and Heinzenberg is sublime.

From here you can even see the Feldis – Mutta chair lift station, the end point of the hike. Fancy a bit of action to finish? As well as the cosy chair lift back to Feldis there is also an exciting sledge trail. You can rent sledges from the valley station.
This panoramic trail has earned its name. From the Feldis highlands, the view of the majestic Piz Beverin, Tödi and Calanda group is simply divine. The gently undulating route goes past a small lake and a natural ice field and around the Tgom Aulta.
High above the Burgenland Domleschg on a sunny clearing at 1,500 metres above sea level lies the idyllic mountain village of Feldis. Unspoilt nature and a small, refined tourist offer make staying here a special experience. Even getting there is special. You can either take the mountain road or the cable car, which floats 200 metres above Rhine meadows, from Rhäzüns.

A chair lift (Feldis – Mutta), which starts just outside the village, takes winter hikers to the start of the panoramic trail. The chair lift joins the Feldis highlands to its almost legendary mountain surroundings: Piz Beverin, Tödi, Ringelspitz or Calanda, to name but a few peaks. From the mountain station (1,974m a.s.l.), you walk through the Feldis highlands, past the Leg Palus lake, all the time with a stunning view towards Surselva and Chur’s Rhine valley. The gently undulating path winds round Tgom Aulta (2,085m a.s.l.) and past Alp dil Plaun to the Feldis ski lodge and natural ice field with the Alp Raguta mountain lodge. On this side of Tgom Aulta, the view of Domleschg and Heinzenberg is sublime.

From here you can even see the Feldis – Mutta chair lift station, the end point of the hike. Fancy a bit of action to finish? As well as the cosy chair lift back to Feldis there is also an exciting sledge trail. You can rent sledges from the valley station.
5 km | 1 Stage
160 m | 160 m
1 h 45 min
easy

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return Mutta
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Season

Winter season
The winter season is usually from Christmas to mid-/end of March.

Contact

Viamala Tourismus
Bodenplatz 4
7435 Splügen
Tel. +41 (0)81 650 90 30
info@viamala.ch
www.viamala.ch

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