viaSpluga: from Zillis to Andeer

6.8 km
1:50 h
164 mhd
124 mhd
Through the Schams via the cultural-historical hiking trail Via Spluga
Technique 2/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  1093 m
Lowest Point  932 m
Best Season
Start Zillis
Destination Andeer
Coordinates 46.634875, 9.444973



From Zillis follow Via Spluga towards Donat. The first section is not particularly attractive, as it follows the road, which is not very busy. After crossing under the motorway, the Via Spluga leads up a narrow path along a stream. This path is not accessible by wheelchair. With the wheelchair you have to continue to follow the road to Donat. From Donat you drive again the Via Spluga over a well-developed dirt road over imposing gorges in the direction of Clugin. Along this path you will find a nice barbecue area. Immediately after the barbecue area, Via Spluga leads a narrow path steeply down, so that you have to switch back to the road in the direction of Clugin with your wheelchair. In Clugin you will again meet via Spluga, which you can now follow again. The path towards Andeer is a well-navigable forest path. Andeer himself then becomes a bumpy affair, as almost all village streets are paved with cobblestones; nice to look at, but not ideal for wheelchairs. In Andeer itself, many things are wheelchair accessible thanks to the thermal bath. Even the church, which stands on a hill, can be reached by lift. A beautiful hike through forests and meadows with homely Schams villages, where you almost think time has stood still. Not only the famous ceiling paintings of the church Zillis are worth seeing, also the church Clugin impressively shows murals from the 12th century. Andeer trumps with some stately houses. If you want, you can take a relaxing bath in the thermal bath at the end.


Any hiking trail closures/restrictions or diversions can be found here.


Public Transport

Take the train to Thusis, change there to the Postbus to Zillis.

Anreise Information

Follow the A13 to Zillis

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