Looking to take on a mountain hike or a simple alpine tour? Or how about a cabin tour lasting several days? This is not a problem in Flims, thanks to the many peaks, some of which are situated at over 3,000 metres above sea level. A day hike to Piz Segnes at an altitude of 3,099 metres or a multi-day tour around the distinctive Tschingelhörner – whatever type of hike you’re looking for, we have something for you. For climbing fans, the hike from Fidaz to the Flimserstein via the Pinut via ferrata is a thrilling way to experience nature. It is the oldest surviving via ferrata in Switzerland.
Do you like the sound of bathing in natural rock pools while enjoying magnificent views of the mountain landscape? You can do this on the approximately five-hour trip from Bargis to Alp Mora and back to Trin. On the tiring ascent along the former Alpine road from Trin or via Bargis and Alp Lavadignas up to Alp Mora, you will cover an elevation gain of around 1,200 metres. A unique bathing experience in the glacial mills awaits you at the summit. The hike will also be one to remember thanks to the wonderful views and remarkable panoramas of Piz Beverin and Safiental.
This beautiful trail offers extraordinary views of the Flims valley and surrounding mountains. The hike begins at Cassons summit station. From here, the trail leads down along the upper Segnesboden, past spectacular waterfalls, before reaching the lower Segnesboden. After you pass the Segneshütte mountain lodge and the reservoir, you will finally reach the Alp Nagens – Stalla tavern. Here, you can return to Laax base station via the Nagens shuttle or take on the descent by foot. Our new offer, the Nagens–Naraus combi-ticket, is perfect for this.
This easy single-day tour takes you to the peak of Piz Segnes at an altitude of 3,099 metres.Even though it does not feature any challenging sections and an above-average fitness level is not required, it is nevertheless important to bring good hiking shoes, climbing iron and a pickax. Thanks to the impressive setting in the heart of the Tectonic Arena, the tour is a wonderful experience despite its low difficulty level. If you would like to take the alpine tour with an experienced mountain guide (IFMGA with Swiss certification), the cost is CHF 200.
Scaling the great Tschingelhorn mountain at a height of 2,849 metres above sea level and then abseiling down the Graubünden side of the Martinsloch opening is an unforgettable experience. The 1.5-day technically difficult tour is also of great interest for geological reasons. There is no better place to examine the Glarus thrust than at the Tschingelhörner. This impressive alpine tour in the company of an experienced mountain guide (IFMGA with Swiss certification) costs CHF 1,050 excluding accommodation. If you wish, we can also arrange this for you.