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The Flerden walking path on the subject of village fountains and water supply leads you to the wells of Flerden, which have been preserved to this day.
On the one hand you will learn something about its history, on the other hand a general part deals with the history of the Flerdner water supply. It can be assumed that Flerden was only the second Graubünden municipality after Chur to realize the construction of a water supply. That was in 1880.
The Brunnenweg was created on the initiative of the municipality of Flerden. The contents have been researched and processed by the former municipal chancellor Emil Hänni.
Hiking time: approx. 45 minutes. The free brochure (Walkway-MiniGuide) can be found at the start of the walk at the Flerden community center (in front of the garbage house). The trail includes nine stops with themed history.
Possible hiking trail closures/restrictions or diversions can be found here.
Weatherproof clothing recommended.
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The Brunnenweg starts at the schoolhouse and ends at the old school and rectory.
Flerden can be reached by PostBus. Timetable information under www.sbb.ch.
On the A13, take exit 21-Thusis-Nord. At the roundabout direction Heinzenberg. Then follow the signs to Flerden. Plan your journey with the Google route planner.
There are some parking spaces available at the school building in Flerden.
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