While at higher altitudes there is at best already snow, the trails in the valley are still free of snow. Our interactive snow depth map helps you to plan your tour. Here you can see at a glance at www.flims.com/schneesituation where you can already expect snow on the paths and trails and where you can still be on the road without getting cold feet.
The world's first trail that was built using 100% renewable energy. The result - a 6 km long Enduro Trail in the spirit of Greenstyle.
At the Flims valley station take the chairlift to Naraus. From here you take the Runca Trail (694) to Startgels and take the gondola lift to the Grauberg. From the top station follow the signs to the start.
Of course you can also pedal to the start under your own power. Start in Laax Murschetg on the signposted mountain bike route 247 to the Nagens Trail. In this variant, you will already cover 8.2 km and 1010 metres in altitude on tarred ground to the start. A great training session!
The first part of the Nagens Trail takes you over soft and dreamlike hilly alpine meadows, flowing up to Scansinas. After that you follow the gravel road for a short while and then enter the second part of the trail. Now it gets a bit more technical and the single trail winds along the edge of the forest to Plaun. From Plaun you are on the legendary Green Valley section which ends through partly dense forest and rooty passages at Runca Höhe, directly at the barbecue area.
From here you can return to Flims on the Runca Trail (694).
Rest stopsUstria Naraus
*[d] Restaurant Chesa
Safety informationHelmet and knee protectors are recommended.
Tips and hints
Gästeinformation Flims Laax Falera
Via Nova 62
Tel: +41 (0)81 920 92 00
Getting thereBy car on the A13 motorway from Zurich to Chur, exit 18 Flims
ParkingParking spaces in the Stenna Flims Bergbahnen car park (parking costs CHF 2.40 per hour)
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EquipmentRepair kit and first aid kit belong in the rucksack.
- 11 Waypoints
- 11 Waypoints