Are you looking for a hiking hotel in Flims, a mountain guide for a guided high tour or a shuttle that takes you comfortably up the mountain? Here you can find all information about hiking services. We will also show you the most beautiful oases of peace and the best fireplaces for a barbeque in the great outdoors.
You would like to do a guided high tour or go climbing with a professional and get some tips? The mountaineering school Bergsportschule Grischa offers regular tours and courses in various disciplines. Their experienced mountain guides will support you with their knowledge and guide you safely through the terrain.
At the Swiss Alpine Action Unlimited mountain sports school, passion for nature is lived. Let the patented mountain guides accompany you on training courses, tours and journeys to the most rewarding summit destinations in the region and experience the enthusiasm for the mountain.
The perfect mountain tour should start off in a Flims hiking hotel. Here, you will find everything a hiker could need. Hot breakfast refreshments for early risers, free hiking maps and sticks, packed lunches, boot cleaning rooms and drying rooms. We do everything we can to ensure that you can lace up your hiking shoes the next morning full of energy and itching to get started on another unforgettable day in the mountains.
Home-made food is always the best. After an action-packed hiking or biking tour, the mere thought of fresh vegetables, sausages or fish on the barbecue is sure to get your mouth watering. Or perhaps you and your friends would like to hold your barbecue on your own balcony in the midst of nature? To ensure your wishes can come true, there are over a dozen fire pits located in the area around Flims where you can showcase your barbecuing skills.
Relaxing and unwinding – our oases of calm are the perfect place to lie back, chill out and take a moment to admire the majestic landscape around Flims, Laax and Falera. The sitting and resting areas are made of locally sourced larch wood and blend in with the surroundings, connected to the hiking trails by means of a wooden walkway. Our oases of calm are not simply a place to sit down, but are places of tranquillity, regeneration and refuelling.