Rundwanderung Cagliatscha (Schams)
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At the exit of the village, a steep path leads in a southwesterly direction up to the imposing castle ruin Cagliatscha, built around 1200.
Down via Plans (Cluginer Height), then into the Tobel Val Tgatscha and over the famous Maillard Bridge to Donat. The village is characterized by stately buildings such as .B the Marchion houses from the 17th century. In the center is the Ustreia Bavregn.
After Donat, the path first runs along the connecting road, then continues along the footpath that branches off in front of the Ual da Sudan stream to Zillis. In Zillis there is a wealth of sights to marvel at and it is worth planning enough time for this.
The church of St. Martin with the Romanesque picture ceiling from the 12th century with the exhibition on the church Zillis, the Schams valley museum and the Roman place of worship from the 4th - 8th century AD are popular and interesting sights.
At the southern exit of the village, the path initially follows the connecting road to Andeer. In the area of Mulegn you reach the footpath that leads through dense perennials to Pignia. Typical Schamserhäuser, partly with interesting paintings and house sayings, are the pride of this village.
Any hiking trail closures/restrictions or diversions can be found here.
The villages of Andeer, Donat and Zillis can be reached by PostBus. Timetable information under www.sbb.ch.
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