Elevated hike Foppa - Scheia - Fidaz - Flims
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From the Flims valley station we walk comfortably to Foppa. Once there, it goes to Spaligna and further along the Höhenweg to Scheia. From there it goes on forest paths to Spaligna and further along the Höhenweg to Scheia. After a short while you reach the Romansh educational trail, which accompanies us to Scheia. We learn interesting facts about the area and its language from various signs. At Spaligna, Prau Palusa and Crap da Sigls, the hike crosses dry meadows of national importance. The Flimserstein and the niche at Alp Nagens are the origin of the great Flims landslide. The trailing edge was defined as the boundary line to the UNESCO World Heritage Tectonic Arena Sardona. In Scheia there is the possibility to shop at various organic farmers. Then it's on to Fidaz, past the restaurant and down to Flims.
snow line map
While there is already snow at higher altitudes, the paths in the valley are still snow-free. Our interactive snow depth map will help you plan your tour. Here, at www.flims.com/snowsituation, you can see at a glance where you have to expect snow on the paths and trails and where you can still be out and about without getting cold feet.
By the post bus from Chur or the public Flims Laax Falera Shuttle.
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