Safien Platz - Zalön - Hof - Safien Platz
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In Safien Platz, the hiking trail first follows a section of Zalöner Strasse until it turns left to a viewing bench and winds its way up through hay meadows to the edge of the forest. Again on the road you follow it to the left, and soon afterwards follow the hiking trail through the forest towards Innerzalön on the left. Zigzagging through the moss-covered forest along the steep Platzer Tobel. Past many diligent ants in their large, considerable buildings and continue over a forest pasture up to the road. From here you follow the road to the left, which soon leads us through the Platzer Tobel to Bruschgaleschg. From here you can enjoy a wonderful view of Safien Square and the other side of the mountain with a view of the Piz Beverin and the Bruschghorn. We continue to the Kleinhotel Nüwhus, where you reach a small, narrow hiking trail over the meadow, which leads us through the Furrentobel. On the other side of the Tobel we climb over the pasture to the farm, where we get back on the road. Soon afterwards we turn left again towards Safien Platz so that we can get back to our starting point on the gently descending forest path.
Tel. 0041 81 630 60 16
Also worth seeing is the church of Safien Square.
Meals and accommodation:
Spensa - Shop for products from the Safien Valley, 7107 Safien Square, www.spensa.ch
Gasthaus Rathaus, 7107 Safien Platz, Tel. 0041 81 647 11 06, www.gasthaus-rathaus.ch
z'Cafi, 7107 Safien Platz, Tel. 0041 78 754 84 93, www.z-cafi.ch
Kleinhotel Nühus, Bruschgaleschg, 7107 Safien Platz, Tel. 0041 81 630 60 66, www.safientalferien.ch
In uncertain weather conditions, the tour should not be started. Weather changes in the mountains are frequent. If a rain front or similar comes up during the hike, you should turn back in time.
Good hiking boots with a good profile, weather-adapted clothing (rain jacket/sun protection), change of clothes, first aid kit, drink, food, ev. Hiking poles.
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