Over the Polenweg to Passugg
Passugg is known for its mineral springs, which originate in the Rabiosaschlucht, which provide various drinking and medicinal waters in excellent quality, well known beyond the region.
From Churwalden on the Polen route, extended by Polish people 1940-44, you can comfortably hike to Passugg.
Arrival by train to Chur. Then get on the buses of PostautoGraubünden and arrive to Churwalden within 30 minutes.
From Basel and Zurich - Chur Sued (exit no. 17) - Churwalden.
From Milano - Lugano - San Bernadino Tunnel - Thusis - Chur (exit Lenzerheide) - Churwalden.
Parking is available in the large car park next to the information office in Churwalden.
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