Climbing Flims Laax Falera
Fascination via ferrata: exhilaration in the vertical. Via ferrata have nothing to do with a leisurely tour in the countryside. Steep walls have to be mastered by wire rope, ladders or iron pins. Not infrequently, a section follows over rickety bridges, while under one the abyss yawns. The via ferrata Pinut above Flims, which leads from Fidaz to the Flimserstein, is the oldest still existing via ferrata in Switzerland. The trail was first mentioned in writing in 1739. In its present form, it has existed since 1907. In 2007, the Pinut was reopened. The ascent takes place over three rock sections, which contain a small cave and the two plateaus Pinut and Pardatsch. For the effort rewards unobstructed views over the surselva holiday area as well as the mountain lakes Crestasee, Caumasee and Laaxersee. Weekly tours are offered under professional guidance.Altitude: 1222-2200 m above sea level.Altitude difference: 900 m Ascent: 3 hours Climbing combination harness + climbing helmet necessary. Suitable for children from 12 years.An overview of the climbing possibilities (climbing gardens, via ferrata) can be found at: www.klettern-gr.ch
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