Jakobsweg von Trin nach Ladir

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23.7 km
7:20 h
1048 mhd
665 mhd
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Laaxersee
A cross-section on the Way of St. James through the diverse Graubünden pass country. Cultural and historical signs indicate traces of the pilgrimage to Santiago. Magnificent hiking landscapes invite you to reflect on the pilgrimage of your own life.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  1377 m
Lowest Point  704 m
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Start
Trin Village
Destination
Ladir
Coordinates
46.829194, 9.3634

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Description

Descend from Trin via Trin Digg to the Flem River. After the bridge, the path leads over the courtyards of Pintrun to the "Il Spir" viewing platform high above the Rhine Gorge near Conn. The panorama path continues to Cauma Sut. From there, descent through the forest via Planezzas into the Val da Mulin. Before the Mühlbach, the partly steep ascent along the gorge to the Sogn Giacun chapel (Jakobskapelle) and on to Laax begins on the right. Past the lake up to Falera.

Snowline map  

While at higher altitudes there is at best already snow, the trails in the valley are still free of snow. Our interactive snow depth map helps you to plan your tour. Here you can see at a glance at www.flims.com/schneesituation where you can already expect snow on the paths and trails and where you can still be on the road without getting cold feet. 

Geheimtipp

Pack your swimming trunks in summer, a refreshing swim in Lake Laax is good for you.

Ausrüstung

Good hiking shoes with a good profile or trekking shoes, weather-appropriate clothing, drinks, possibly food and possibly hiking sticks.

Directions

Trin village to Ladir.

Directions

Public Transport

Station: Trin Dorf, by Postbus from Chur

Anreise Information

By car motorway A13 from Zurich, exit Flims, main road to Trin Dorf

Parken

Underground garage Trin village, about 30 parking spaces. Outside parking initially village, chargeable.

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