Rundwanderweg Klosters Etappe 2 - Zwergenweg

2.5 km
0:50 h
95 mhd
82 mhd
Rundwanderweg Klosters Etappe 2 - Zwergenweg
Rundwanderweg Klosters Etappe 2 - Zwergenweg

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Rundwanderweg Klosters Etappe 2 - Zwergenweg
Along the hiking trail you will find lovingly staged "dwarf worlds". The path is kept very short, which is why it is also feasible for children. Please note that the path is not suitable for prams and wheelchairs. In the footsteps of the dwarf Purzel, you and your children will experience a fabulous experience in the forest of Klosters. You walk along forest paths and over suspension bridges and get to know Purzel and his companions. Together with your children you build a dwarf cottage with garden, dam streams, make games and have a lot of fun in the fresh air.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 1/6
Highest Point  1287 m
Lowest Point  1193 m
Best Season
Klosters Platz train station (Optional starting point: bus stop "Brachweg")
Aeuja, Klosters
46.86199, 9.893751



For children, all objects and beings, especially in nature, are animated. Young children live emotionally strong in their environment and are far more connected to it than adults. In this dreaming consciousness live figures such as dwarves, elves and gnomes.

Many children lose the ability to see natural beings, to deal with these beings as a matter of course and to regard them as part of the real world. The growing intellectual strain, but also the lack of contact with nature, make the mental perceptions rather recede into the background, possibly also disappear. Also, the way adults deal with these topics makes many children doubt their perception and gives them the feeling of doing something wrong.

The Dwarf Trail is intended to offer children the opportunity to live out their natural connection with nature and its beings. That's why we consciously refrain from too many stimuli. Children and all adults should have the opportunity to live out their own imagination and enjoy nature in its diversity. The stories and play possibilities on the way should only serve as a stimulus for all visitors.

We try to work as much as possible with natural materials and to redesign the path again and again. Our work is voluntary, as a contribution to nature, the children and Klosters as a family holiday resort. The path develops step by step and your help is gladly accepted. If you see something that should be patched – do it! Continue to tinker diligently with the children to beautify the Dwarf Trail. Why not sew a dwarf cap at home with your children to get you in the mood? We are grateful for all your contributions. Above all, however, we hope that you and the children will get back into the world of the dwarves and enjoy nature with all your senses.


Further information on the trail is available on the Zwergenweg website: We ask you to deposit the dwarf hats at the Töbelibach or on the Mälcheti, so that other children can also look forward to it. Thank you very much.


From Klosters Platz train station, follow the grey signs in the direction of «Arena». Walk past the arena, continue along the stream, past the lido, to the Doggilochsee. Follow its banks until you reach the road on the right, then turn left and follow the road to the bus stop «Brachweg». There is the first signpost with the inscription "Zwergenweg". From now on, always follow these wooden signposts with the colored font. You will reach the end of the Zwergenweg as soon as you arrive at the "Zwergenhütten". From there, follow the signs across a meadow in the direction of «Aeuja Klosters». As soon as you reach the road, turn left and follow the road until you reach the bus stop «Aeuja Alte Post».


Public Transport

Take the Rhaetian Railway rhb to Klosters Platz (timetable field 910). Bus no. 3 leads to the brachweg. With the Postbus you can go back to the train station.

Anreise Information

On the A13 and N28 to Klosters.


Please use the public parking lots (old ice rink, sports field) and do not park your car at the Brachweg (start from the Zwergenweg). From the parking lots you can walk via Doggilochstrasse to the start (Brachweg) of the Zwergenweg. (about 6 minutes on foot).

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