Show all 7 images
Varied and full of views, the historic Poland Trail connects the steep slopes of the Valsertal via Alp Tomül with the Safiental.
From the village square, the road first runs steeply up through the Gassa and after the Hotel Valserhof weinger steeply ascends to Plansch. There follows the change to the attractive single trail, which leads over idyllic cow and sheep pastures into the Riefa forest. This is soon left again when reaching the promising clearing Pradätsch, and the now wider path leads from now on only slightly uphill into the valley. You pass the impressive plain of the Riedboda with its meandering rivers and waterfalls before a last steeper climb ends directly in front of the Stafel of Alp Tomül. Afterwards, the well-developed path leads evenly to the Tomül Pass. Once in the Safiental, Turrahus, 800 metres lower, is reached via numerous hairpin bends in pleasant terrain.
Village square 1252 m. - Plansch 1410 m. - Pradätsch 1953 m. - Tomülstafel 2181 m. - Tomülpass 2412 m. - Turrahus 1695 m.
Coming to Vals by PostBus from Ilanz.
Via Chur-Ilanz to Vals.
Parking "Bidem" (for a fee) near the village square.
Responsible for this content Visit Vals AG.
This content has been translated automatically.
This website uses technology and content from the Outdooractive platform.