Biken im Sommer Heidiland

Excursion tips pure nature

Due to the special position of the region between the Alps and the midlands, visitors are presented with ever more spectacular, panoramic views of wildly romantic lakes, ancient forests and imposing mountains.

Paradise for fisher and hikers

Murgsee

Canada in Heidiland: Partly lying in a protected Arven pine reserve above Murg lie the three easily accessible Murgseen lakes. Hikers, bikers and fishermen find a warm welcome in the mountain restaurant.

Paradise for fisher and hikers

Murgsee

Canada in Heidiland: Partly lying in a protected Arven pine reserve above Murg lie the three easily accessible Murgseen lakes. Hikers, bikers and fishermen find a warm welcome in the mountain restaurant.

Paradise for fisher and hikers

Murgsee

Canada in Heidiland: Partly lying in a protected Arven pine reserve above Murg lie the three easily accessible Murgseen lakes. Hikers, bikers and fishermen find a warm welcome in the mountain restaurant.

Geopark Sardona

Geotrail Flumserberg

Discover fossils and see and feel the mighty power which caused alpine folding: the 3 km long Geo Trail goes from Prodkamm over the Maschgenkamm to Ziegerfurgglen.

 

 

Highlands

Palfries

High above the Seeztal the high plateau of Palfries never fails to please with a lovely view and a variety of refreshment, hiking and walking possibilities. Reached by car, on foot or by bike.

 

 

Viewpoint over the Bündner Herrschaft

Pizalun

The easiest way to get to the 1478 m high Pizalun is via Furggels on the St. Margrethenberg. From up here the Bündner Herrschaft, the Churer Rheintal (Rhine valley) and the Prättigau lie at your feet.

Welcome stopover

Seebenalp

The Churfirsten on one side – the Sächsmor on the other: the landscape around the three Seebenseen lakes is unique. The mountain hotel invites fisher, bikers and hikers to linger a while and enjoy.

Unesco World Heritage Site

Tektonikarena Sardona

The pressure caused by the collision between Africa and Europe compressed layers of rock causing them to buckle, fold and crack. This gave rise to today’s Alps. Evidence and traces of this immense power are clearly visible in the area of the Tectonic Arena Sardona. Because of this, in 2008, UNESCO added the Tectonic Arena Sardona to the list of world natural heritage sites. Various multi-day tours guide you through the rocky and unreal world of the Tectonic Arena.

Tektonikarena Sardona