The Rhine Gorge is known as the "Grand Canyon" of Switzerland. The wild and natural gorge with the open gravel banks offers a habitat for rare birds and the vast forests are famous for the variety of orchids.
Distance 21.4 km
The challenging hike starts in the small mountain village of Trin Digg and leads via Ransun down into the Rhine Gorge to the Versam/Safien train station. From the station, the trail leads uphill to the Islabord viewing platform, where you can enjoy a beautiful view over the Rhine Gorge. From Islabord the trail leads via Versam village to the viewing platforms Spitg and Zault back to Trin Station. Crossing the spectacular Hägebrücke bridge, you will experience a breathtaking view of the Rhine. After about 45 minutes you return to the starting point Trin Digg.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Pack barbecues - there are various barbecue areas that are wonderfully located on the Rhine.
Update: April 15, 2021
Getting thereBy car from the highway exit A13 Reichenau to Trin
ParkingParking lot in Trin Porclis (at the work yard)
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EquipmentGood hiking shoes with good tread or trekking shoes, weather appropriate clothing (rain jacket/sun protection), drink, possibly food, possibly hiking poles.
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