Beggar's Path on the Pizol - Tamina Gorge
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From Pardiel we hike on the legendary beggar's path past rare mountain flowers over the Zanuz ravine to Alp Tristeli. We are always accompanied by the wonderful view of the Tamina Valley. The crowning glory is the Tamina Gorge, where the well-known thermal water springs, which makes the region so famous.
The combined offer Hiking & Thermal Baths allows you pure relaxation in the Tamina Therme in the same thermal water after a hike on the Pizol.
Day hiking backpack (approx. 20 litres) with rain cover, sturdy and comfortable shoes, weather-adapted and hard-wearing clothing in the multi-layer principle, telescopic poles if necessary, sun and rain protection, provisions and drinking water, first aid kit, pocket knife, mobile phone, headlamp if necessary, maps
It can get wet in the spring gorge, we recommend appropriate clothing.
From Pardiel station we follow the signs towards Bettlerweg and hike over the Zanuz Tobel to Alp Tristeli. From Tristeli, the trail leads over Alp Branggis down to Valens. Again and again we cross the road, which leads up to the alp. Once in Valens, we choose the path in the direction of Klinik Valens and pass it on the right before we get back on a hiking trail that leads us down to the Old Bad Pfäfers. On the way we pass a junction here. Both directions are possible here. Either we hike directly to the Old Bad Pfäfers or we choose the small additional loop down to the natural bridge over the Tamina Gorge, to then also reach the Old Bad Pfäfers, where the official entrance to the Tamina Gorge is located.
From Alten Bad Pfäfers we take the way back to Bad Ragaz either on foot (about an additional hour) via the natural road or by postbus.
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