Val Bever Fairy-tale Trail
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The Fairy-tale Trail between Bever and Spinas enjoys cult status among both the young and the young at heart.
Bever, railway station
It follows the stream and stops at six locations, where visitors encounter large wooden sculptures by local artists and illustrated stories written by Engadin authors, which can be read from large fairy-tale books. Incidentally, the delightful stories can be purchased in the form of a pocket-size book published in five languages - so that the fairy tales can continue even after you have returned home. The path leads through fragrant meadows and charming forests. The lovely sun terrace of the Restaurant Spinas invites adults to sit and relax while their children let off steam in the playground. The railway station is nearby, so weary walkers can return to Bever by train; alternatively, you can walk back along the road.
The path is accessible only for all-terrain pushchairs.
Bever - Taverna - Spinas
Paid parking is available at Bever Train Station.
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