Restaurant Viamala

Bergrestaurant Dultschinas

Bergrestaurant Dultschinas Sommer
Dultschinas im Winter
Only winter operation! In summer, the house can be rented for groups (self-catering).

Description

The Berghaus is located in the sun-drenched, inexpensive and family-friendly winter sports area Sarn-Heinzenberg at 1,700 m above sea level.M.

Access is via the mountain station of the Lescha-Dultschinas chairlift. We are happy to spoil you daily in our self-service restaurant and offer you great overnight accommodation. Enjoy the magnificent view of an unspoilt Alpine landscape Our mountain house is perfect for families, school classes and youth groups.

Directly in front of the house you will find 20 km of freshly groomed, rock-free slopes and a snow-sure, snow-covered valley run to a free parking lot. Toboggan fans and non-skiers will also get their money's worth. The Dultschinas–Lescha route is suitable for children and adults (3.8 kilometres, 400 metres difference in altitude), the toboggan run is more for the sporty (1.45 kilometres, 175 metres difference in altitude).

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Bookable daily by appointment during the winter season.

Number of seats

Restaurant: 100 seats
Terrace: 120 seats
Hall: 50 seats

Opening hours

Our house is open during the winter season of the winter sports area Sarn-Heinzenberg daily from 9 am. Outside the winter season, the house can be rented, but then with self-catering.

Directions

Public Transport

The valley station of the Sarn-Heinzenberg chairlift can be reached by PostBus. For more information and timetable information, see www.sbb.ch

Directions

On the A13 national road, take exit 21-Thusis-Nord and follow the signs for Heinzenberg or Sarn. Plan your journey with the Google route planner. However, do not drive through the village as Google recommends, but follow the sign Lescha.

Parken

Free parking is available at the Lescha valley station.

Map

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