Feldis - Dreibündenstein - Rundwanderung

Difficult
15.3 km
5:30 h
757 mhd
757 mhd
Feldis im Herbst
Aussicht vom Feldiser Hochland im Herbst

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Dreibündenstein
Unforgettable panoramic views, rich flora and sparkling mountain lakes characterize the Feldis Highlands and thus also the area around the historic Dreibündenstein.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 5/6
Highest Point  2159 m
Lowest Point  1470 m
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Start
Feldis, village
Destination
Feldis, village
Coordinates
46.793916, 9.432827

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Description

From the sun-drenched mountain village of Feldis, the path leads via Plaun Ground and the Feldiser Alp to the mountain soul Leg Palus. The view of the Chur Rhine Valley and the mountains with Tödi, Calanda massif and Ringelspitze is magnificent. But also a look into the meadows is worthwhile, because the Alpine flora here is particularly rich in treasures. The destination and turning point of the hike is the Dreibündenstein (2,160 m above sea level.M.). The Dreibündenstein marks the only common border point of the former three Rhaetian federations, which existed until 1798. The original boundary stone from 1722 is now in the Rhaetian Museum in Chur. In 1915 it was replaced by a two-metre-high obelisk by the Rätia section of the Swiss Alpine Club. Around the striking stone you can rest wonderfully and enjoy the mountains. The panorama ranges from the mountains over Arosa and Lenzerheide to the UNESCO World Heritage Tectonic Arena Sardona. Via Term Bell and Culm Ault we go to Alp dil Plaun and then with a view of the Domleschg, the Heinzenberg and the mighty Piz Beverin past the ski hut back to Feldis.

During the operating hours of the Sesselbahn Feldis – Mutta, the Dreibündenstein hike can be shortened with a chairlift ride. And: The journey with the air cable car Rhäzüns - Feldis high above the Rhäzünser Rheinauen is considered an insider tip.

Any hiking trail closures/restrictions or diversions can be found here.

Geheimtipp

It is also possible to hike from the Dreibündenstein to Brambrüesch or Pradaschier. Hiking variants and special ticket offers can be found under www.dreibuendenstein.ch, in the brochure or simply ask for the round trip variants before buying tickets.

Ausrüstung

Hiking equipment required.

Directions

Feldis - Plaun Graund - Leg Palus - Dreibündenstei - Alp dil Plaun - Alp Raguta - Feldis

Directions

Public Transport

Feldis can be reached by cable car from Rhäzüns or by PostBus. Further information on the timetable can be found on the SBB website: www.sbb.ch

Anreise Information

Feldis
On the A13, take exit 20-Rothenbrunnen. Then follow the signs to Tomils via the cantonal road to Feldis.

Rhäzüns (cable car Rhäzüns - Feldis)
From the north on the A13 towards San Bernardino, take exit 19-Bonaduz. From the south on the A13 towards Chur, take exit 20-Rothenbrunnen. Then follow the signs to Rhäzüns.

Plan your journey to Feldis with the Google route planner.

Plan your journey to the valley station Luftseilbahn Rhäzüns - Feldis with the Google route planner.

Parken

Free parking is available at the valley station of the cable car in Rhäzüns and for day visitors (no permanent parking) at the valley station of the chairlift in Feldis.

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