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Hike to the many castles in the Domleschg valley.
The versatile and varied cultural landscape of Domleschg is characterized by high-stem orchards, hedges, dry stone walls and especially by its castles and palaces, to which the Domleschg Castle Trail is dedicated. This does not see itself as a castle trail, but simply as a varied hiking and walking trail, which leads through the cultural landscape Domleschg and points out the individual ruins, castles and palaces, which present themselves to the interested hiker along the way. The Domleschg Castle Trail leads through Domleschg between the railway stations Thusis and Rothenbrunnen and can also be explored in stages and in combination with the Postbus. Short portraits of 15 objects can be found in the handy MiniGuide folding brochure.
The Domleschg Castle Trail was initiated and implemented by the municipalities of Domleschg, Rothenbrunnen, Sils i.D., Thusis and the city of Fürstenau in cooperation with Viamala Tourism and the Domleschg-based Johann Martin von Planta Foundation.
More information: www.spazierwege.ch.
Any hiking trail closures/restrictions or diversions can be found here.
Treat yourself to a little cooling off and/or a break at Lake Canova in Paspels.
Weatherproof clothing recommended.
Thusis Station - Sils i.D. - Castle Complex Hohen Rätien - Ehrenfels Castle - Old Sils i.D. Station - Chapel of St. Cassian - Baldenstein Castle - Albula - Cumparduns - Albulasteg - Fürstenau - Planezzas - Klein Rietberg - Almens - Canovasee - Paspels - Tomils - Mulegns - Rothenbrunnen - Rothenbrunnen Station
Thusis and the villages in Domleschg can be reached by PostBus. Rhaetian Railway stops in Thusis, Cazis, Rodels-Realta and Rothenbrunnen. Further information on the timetable can be found on the SBB website: www.sbb.ch.
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