While there may already be snow at higher altitudes, the trails in the valley are still snow-free. Our interactive snow depth map will help you 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 out and about without getting cold feet.
If you are so close to the Martinsloch, you should also take the extra kilometre and walk up. Take a short breather at the mountain lodge. Inspect the tectonic shift and be impressed by the unique landscape.
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Segnes hut (2,101 m)
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Starting at the Segnes hut, first a short flat stretch over the lower Segnes floor - at the fork (Pt. 2092m) take the middle path in a northerly direction - via the stony path up to Fil de Cassons - down to Fuorcla Raschaglius - following the single trail to the hinder end of the upper Segnes floor and back on the other side to Pt. 2461m. Segenes Boden and on the other side back to Pt. 2461m - there take the right path towards the Martinsloch until a path on the left leads down and back to the lower Segenes Boden - via this back to the Segenes hut.
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With the Postbus from Chur, or the public Flims Laax Falera Shuttle.