The lower Segnesboden is an ancient plateau. Here, fens provide a special habitat for plants and animals, and watercourses always sparkle in new places.
The plateau can be experienced on a two-hour hike from the Grauberg mountain station. The Lower Segnesboden is part of the national inventory of fens of particular beauty and importance. At the same time, Untere Segnesboden is one of only two fenland protected areas in Switzerland that shows no traces of settlement. Untere Segndesboden can be reached easily on a two-hour hike from the top station of the Grauberg cable car. On the way, the Segneshütte invites you to take a break.
Next to the Segneshütte, visit the UNESCO exhibition in the Sardona World Heritage Pavilion.
Updated: July 03, 2020
Safety informationWear shoes suitable for the mountains.
Tips, hints and linksObserve the operating times of the Grauberg railway and the Nagens-Shuttle!
Getting thereBy car Motorway A13 from Zurich, exit 18 Flims.Parking in the
ParkingSTENNA parking garage at the Flims valley station.
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EquipmentTake rain and sun protection with you.
For changing the range of view, push the arrows together.