Fläsch Trail 413

8.6 km
1:20 h
59 mhd
59 mhd
Der Fläsch-Trail - Der Trail für Weinliebhaber
Infopoint beim Freibad Giessenpark

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Auf dem Damm in Richtung Norden
The trail for wine lovers: from the wine capital Fläsch to the wine capital Maienfeld, most of the way leads through the vineyards. But the Fläsch Trail also offers a lot of nature and wonderful views over the Bündner Herrschaft.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  556 m
Lowest Point  498 m
Best Season
Bad Ragaz, Infopoint of the station Bad Ragaz
Bad Ragaz, Infopoint of the station Bad Ragaz
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The Outdoor Fitness Trails in the Heidiland holiday region comprise more than 30 uniformly signposted running routes from a total of 10 stations, making it one of the largest open-air fitness parks in the Alpine region. The Fläsch Trail is one of four running trails around the Bad Ragaz station.

The starting point for this 10.6 km long trail is the info point of the Bad Ragaz station at the outdoor swimming pool Giessenpark (503 m above sea level). From here, take a gravel path across the small forest to the Rhine dam, which you follow for a few hundred metres in a northerly direction. To get to the railway bridge, which takes you to the other side of the Rhine, the trail runs for a few meters on a tarred road through inhabited areas. Once you have crossed the Rhine, you continue on a tarred road to the Restaurant Mühle, which is idyllically located between the Rhine and the meadows. From there it goes on an agricultural road along the edge of the forest to the middle of the idyllic village of Fläsch (528), with numerous wineries and winding alleys. After the short ascent through the village up to the vineyards, the trail leads on agricultural paths, partly through the middle of the vines and with a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains and villages to Maienfeld. In Maienfeld itself, the trail leads on partly paved roads past historic buildings such as Salenegg Castle (540), the picturesque village square and numerous wineries to the main road (504). From there it goes on the sidewalk along the main road back to the Rhine. As soon as you have crossed it, the trail turns right onto the dam and from there on the footpath back to the info point at the Giessenpark.


The outdoor fitness trails run mostly on official hiking trails. For orientation on the way, therefore, the hiking trail signaling also helps.


Depending on the weather, it can be slippery in some places.


Normal jogging equipment, sturdy and comfortable footwear.


Giessenpark Bad Ragaz - Fläsch - Maienfeld - Giessenpark Bad Ragaz


Public Transport

By train to Bad Ragaz, then on foot to The Giessenpark.

Anreise Information

Motorway exit Bad Ragaz, then drive through the village center, turn into Fläscherstrasse until the Giessenpark is signposted.


Next to the restaurant Giessenpark there are paid parking spaces.

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