Rheinschluchttour (260)

Difficult
87.4 km
10:35 h
2816 mhd
2816 mhd
Blick in die Rheinschlucht | Route 260
Laax Staderas, Parkplatz

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Caumasee | Route 260
The Rhine Gorge in Graubünden is one of the most majestic and diverse landscapes in the Alps. The wild gorge combines roaring rapids with steep white cliffs and expansive woodlands.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 6/6
Highest Point  1590 m
Lowest Point  591 m
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Start
Laax, Staderas
Destination
Laax, Staderas
Coordinates
46.821867, 9.270619

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Description

Whoever can complete the round tour in a single day from Ilanz, over Sagogn, Flims, Trin to Tamins and back to Ilanz via Bonaduz, Versam and Valendas, can count him or herself a biking-ace. However, for those who enjoy the scenery, it is recommended to do this tour in daily stages. The first pleasure is a choice of three bathing lakes: Laaxersee, Caumasee and the Crestasee. Further on are three different viewing-platforms over the unique landscape of Sardona - which is also a UNESCO world heritage site. A worthwhile detour from Versam into the Safiental is rewarded with a glimpse of delightful old Walser hamlets. There are many places to stay along the biking-route, from camping to five-star resorts.

Geheimtipp

For those who enjoy the scenery, it is recommended to do this tour in daily stages.

Sicherheitshinweis

Watch out for hikers. In the canton of Graubünden we share the paths.

Ausrüstung

A repair kit and first aid kit belong in the rucksack.

Directions

Laax - Flims - Trin- Tamins - Bonaduz - Versam - Valendas - Ilanz - Sagogn - Laax

Directions

Public Transport

Stop: Laax GR, Staderas
By post bus from Chur or the public Flims Laax Falera Shuttle.

Timetable
www.sbb.ch

Anreise Information

By car on the A13 motorway from Zurich to Chur, exit 18 Flims

Parken

Parking spaces at Staderas

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