The high mountain tour allows gradiose insights into the World Heritage listed UNESCO Tectonic Arena Sardona.
The breathtaking hike takes 6h50 and leads through the Flims mountain world, over the Cassongrat direction Segnesboden and from Naraus with the chairlift back to the village. With the Flims Laax Falera shuttle we come to the starting point of the day tour. We start in the high valley Bargis and walk over the Flimserstein direction Cassonsgrat. Now we continue towards Tschingelhörner, but first we have the beautiful Piz Dolf in the foreground. At the height of La Siala we have the view of the Upper and Lower Segnesboden. The plateaus are glacier foreland and also large Schwemmflächen, which are characterized by the ever-changing streams, numerous small lakes and various moorings. After some time we will be below the Tschingelhörner and the Martinsloch. Now it goes downhill past the Lower Segnesboden and continue towards Naraus. On the right we see Grauberg and Platt Alva and on the left side above is the Cassonsgrat. Soon we can strengthen ourselves in the restaurant in Naraus, so that we can later take the chairlift down to the valley.
Observe the marmots with the binoculars.
Updated: June 29, 2020
Getting thereIs a private road - must not be traveled.
By car motorway A13 from Zurich, exit 18 Flims.
Parking750 parking spaces in parking garage Flims Bergbahnen, 26 Parking edge of the woods.
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EquipmentGood mountain boots are highly recommended. Always wear a rain cover with you. A small snack on the go is advisable, as well as a cooling drink from the backpack.
For changing the range of view, push the arrows together.