Mountain station - Sennis hotel kurhaus
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The hike starts at the Palfries mountain station. After a 3 km ride with the Palfriesbahn, which overcomes about 1,250 meters in altitude, the asphalted path leads to the mountain inn Palfries. After the car park we turn right and follow the mountain path towards Alvier. At the point «in de Stei» we turn left again. Now the path leads steadily slightly downhill, past the Alp Malun. On the way we walk past alpine flowers and enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains. After Alp Malun, a gravel road runs for about 400 m before we turn left onto a hiking trail again. In the «Schwamm» we get back on the Alperschließungsstrasse and follow it to the Hotel Kurhaus Sennis.
If you don't want to go back to the mountain station, take the shuttle, which offers the Kurhaus Sennis.
Daytime hiking backpack (approx. 20 litres) with rain cover, sturdy and comfortable footwear, weather-adapted and durable clothing in the multi-layer principle, if necessary telescopic poles, sun and rain protection, provisions and drinking water, first aid kit, pocket knife, mobile phone, possibly headlamp, map material
The tour starts at the Palfries mountain station. We follow the paved path to the mountain inn Palfries. Once there, we turn right at the parking lot and follow the path towards Alvier. After about half an hour we reach point 1789 «in de Stei», where we turn left. Continue towards Alp Malun. Once there, the gravel road leads along about 400 m before we turn left again onto a hiking trail. Once in the «sponge», the road leads to the Sennis spa house.
By train to Flums or Sargans, then by bus to the stop Heiligkreuz Ragnatsch. Ride on the Palfries cable car.
Motorway exit Flums, then on the main road towards Sargans/Mels. The valley station of the Palfriesbahn is located in Heiligkreuz on the left side of the road. The Palfriesbahn is signposted.
Public parking available at the valley station of the Palfriesbahn (subject to charges)
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