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The outdoor fitness trails in the Heidiland holiday region comprise more than 30 uniformly signposted running paths from a total of 10 stations and thus form one of the largest open-air fitness parks in the Alpine region. The 2 Villages Trail is one of three running trails around Flums Station.
The starting point for this 7.8 km long trail is the info point of the Station Flums at the parking lot of the station (451 m above sea level.M). Still at the train station, before the bridge over the Seez, all three trails turn right onto the sidewalk along the stream, until the next bridge. After crossing it, you continue through inhabited area towards the football field. Only here do the trails separate. The 2-dörfer Trail and the St. Georgen-Trail run behind the football field on a walking path along the Bächlein Schils - with a wonderful view of the castle ruin Gräpplang, the surrounding vines and the imposing Churfirsten. At the ARA (436), the trails follow a tarred road that leads over the railway bridge in the direction of Berschis. After the overpass, the trails separate. Even before the motorway overpass, the 2-dörfer-Trail turns left towards Maienriet and Tscherlach - always with the imposing Churfirsten in mind, past fruit trees, meadows and fields. As soon as you reach the village of Tscherlach (435), the trail turns right towards the main road. Shortly before you reach them, you continue on a paved footpath, along the Tscherlerbach - and through the middle of the idyllic Berschis (444). On this section you always have a wonderful view of the chapel of St. Georgen, which towers high above the village. At the exit of the village you meet the St. Georgen-Trail again. Together, the trails reach the motorway underpass in the middle of the industrial zone between Flums and Walenstadt, which leads you back to the info point at the station car park in Flums.
The outdoor fitness trails run mostly on official hiking trails. For orientation on the way, therefore, the hiking trail signaling also helps.
At the end of the Bachsandweg there is an information point about the imposing Berschnerfall. A detour is worthwhile. The path is signposted.
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