Fideris blauer Spazierweg

Simple
2.7 km
0:55 h
118 mhd
118 mhd
Unterwegs auf dem Spazierweg
Unterwegs auf dem Spazierweg

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Fideriser Torte: Kulinarisches Erbe der Schweiz

The beautiful walk starts on the square in the village center. Follow the blue arrows on the wooden posts at the edge of the path towards the church.

Technique 1/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  946 m
Lowest Point  831 m
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Start
Fideris, On the Square
Destination
Fideris, On the Square
Coordinates
46.915013, 9.74178

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Description

The blue path is also recommended for a Nordicwalking round. But also with children it is very nice. On easy paths and paths along Bächlein, over small bridges, you can get back to the village in about 50 minutes.

Geheimtipp

At the Bächlein it has enough space to roast a Servela! There the children can splash around undisturbed.

Especially in spring it is very idyllic when fresh flowers sprout everywhere.

Ausrüstung

Good footwear is recommended, as it can also be a bit wet sometimes.

Directions

Follow the blue markings: You start on the square in Fideris towards the church. In the Röza you always stay straight on the right road. Slowly it climbs up towards Höfli. On the Höfli turn right into the Wiesenweg and walk along the edge of the forest only about 50 meters further. Keep the village right again through the Buchwald. On the right side is a clearing with a stable. Above the fence you follow the footpath to the idyllic stream. Continue along the path until you come out of the forest. Then keep right, down to a farm. There turn right back towards Fideris. They now have to follow the road to Fideris for a short distance.

Directions

Public Transport

Take the Heretian Railway (RhB) to Küblis and the Postbus to Fideris (plan field 910 or 90.221).

Anreise Information

Via the A13 and the N28 to Fideris.

Parken

Free parking is available at the sawmill.

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