On this tour, on a slow, steady climb through the Swiss National Park leads you through dense, romantic woods up to the Fuorn Pass. A nature adventure tour, it will take you past just a few unspoilt villages. These routes were already in use in Middle Ages as a means for transporting grain, wine or iron. From above, the view opens out onto the Münstertal and the Vinschgau. And, of course, onto the green expanse of the National Park in the west – also worth a detour, as are Val Mora, an unspoilt hanging valley, and the mountain lake Lai das Rims, at 2,396 metres above sea level. Those interested in history and culture should also pay a visit to the Benedictine Convent of St. John, a UNESCO World Heritage site.