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On this hike you can experience the Rhine Gorge on the one hand from above with spectacular views and on the other hand you hike through it directly along the Rhine.
Versam Village (901m), Versam Station (635m), Valendas Village (810m) or Valendas-Sagogn Station (669m)
Start in the village of Versam. Past the church and along the edge of the forest you reach a first viewing platform. It is worth a short detour to the Islabord, where there is another platform, which stands chic staged in the landscape. Then it goes steadily downhill, deeper and deeper into the Rhine Gorge, until you finally walk directly along the Rhine. Fascinating is the scenery here, directly on the water and next to the railway tracks, framed the fascinating rock walls. Via Versam train station, Isla Davos you walk through pine forests, along gravel banks to Valendas station. Here you climb back up to the pretty village of Valendas. To cross the Carrerabach you have to take another few meters of altitude, first downhill and then back to Carrera. Now it goes steadily through forest and with a view of the mountains relatively flat back to Versam.
In Valendas it is worth visiting the Faszinatur room.
-Versam Train Station
-Valendas Train Station
Out of consideration for nature and the partly endangered animal species, there are some rules to be observed in the area of the Rhine Gorge: Please only use the signposted routes and rest areas and observe the protection zones. Please use the fire pits on the signposted rest areas and take waste back with you. Camping is only allowed at official campsites. www.anu.gr.ch/ www.jagd-fischerei.gr.ch/
By public transport it is best to travel to Versam-Safien train station and start the round trip from there.
From Chur on the motorway exit Bonaduz, then branch off in the village of Bonaduz towards Versam-Safiental. In Versam there are few parking spaces, otherwise the parking lot Islabord (direction Versam-Safien train station) is suitable for parking.
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