659 Senda Ruinaulta (GRF)
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The Rhine Gorge is one of the most magnificent landscapes in the Alps. On this hike you are on the landslide masses of the Flims landslide. Highlights are the viewing platform above the Rhine Gorge in Conn and Lake Cauma.
The Rhine Gorge near Flims is one of the most magnificent and diverse landscapes in the Alps. A wild gorge with a raging river, white cliffs and vast forests. The quiet lakes fill up by magic, rare birds breed in the floodplain forests. Even orchids can be found in this little paradise.
The history of the Rhine Gorge began with the massive Flims landslide about 10,000 years ago. With over 10,000 million cubic metres of rock, it is the largest landslide in the Alps and one of the most important in the world. The valley was completely filled by a debris mass several hundred meters thick over 50 km2.
On this beautiful hike you are on the way from Laax Staderas in the Uaul Grond, the large forest on the landslide masses of the Flims landslide. Highlights are the viewing platform "Il Spir" above the Rhine Gorge in Conn and Lake Cauma.
Laax (Staderas) - Uaul Grond (Flimser Grosswald) - Caumasee - Conn - Laax (Staderas)
Departure: By PostBus from Laax Staderas. timetable
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