Partenzer Trek complete route
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Varied 3-day hike from the Gotschna mountain station above Klosters to the Fideriser Heuberge and via Furna to the Grisons Rhine Valley. Always in view: The imposing Rätikon chain. The nights are spent in mountain and inns in the Heubergen or in Furna Hinterberg.
The well-marked mountain hiking trail leads from Klosters (we recommend the Gotschnagrat mountain station as a starting point) over four "crossings" into the Fideriser Heuberge. On the way you pass the idyllically situated Grünsee, where the brave refresh themselves with a jump into the cool water. Via a partly wet and crushed by cows trail over a flat moor of national importance you reach the pass "Strassberger Fürggli". The plateau of the Fideriser Heuberge with two small lakes is home to a diverse flora and fauna. You can spend the night in the Berghaus Arflina at 2000 m above sea level.
On the second day it goes over the Faninpass steeply down into the Varnezatobel. In the wild and partly moderately marked Chuonzentobel you can discover gravel towers as interesting natural phenomena. In the Gasthaus Hochwang you can relax a second time, an extremely varied cuisine and a wonderful panoramic view of the Rätikon accompany the evening.
On the third day it goes over the Furnerberg down to Alp Laubenzug and back up to Stams. The Graubünden Rhine Valley opens up and the view wanders from Chur over the Calanda massif down towards Landquart.
PostBus from Obersays to Trimmis.
Please note the rest days of Berghaus Arflina Fideriser Heuberge here.
The Tobel descents on the second day require sure-footedness.
High hiking boots recommended; in wet conditions and cattle, the slope between Duranna Pass and Strassberger Fürggli can be a bit "swampy". We also recommend the usual hiking equipment such as mountain hiking clothing adapted to the season and a map.
To Landquart take the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), then take the Rhaetian Railway (RhB) to Klosters Platz. The Gotschnabahn takes you up to the Gotschnagrat most comfortably.
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