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This winter hike in the Beverin Nature Park starts at the village square in Sufers and goes around the whole lake.
At the beginning, you will walk north. Soon you will cross the huge dam wall of Lake Sufnersee. Information boards of the Hinterrhein power plants offer the opportunity to find out about the company's facilities. Immediately after the dam, the path turns south. Continue along the Sufnersee in the direction of Splügen. Enjoy the view of the other side of the lake with the village of Sufers. At the end of the lake, the path continues south near the highway and crosses the Hinterrhein. Shortly afterwards, the path splits. Here you have to decide whether you want to return to the starting point of the hike in Sufers or continue your hike to Splügen.
Information on the condition of the winter hiking trails in the Rheinwald can be found here.
Just north of Sufers is the fortress museum Crestawald, where weekly guided tours are carried out in winter (from the end of January to mid-March). Registration is required at the guest information Viamala. Free visits are not possible in winter.
Sufers - Sufner See - Sufers
Sufers can be reached by PostBus. Further information and timetable information can be found at www.sbb.ch.
On the A13, take exit 27-Sufers. Plan your journey with the Google route planner.
There is a public car park in Sufers.
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