Trutg dil Flem – UNESCO-Welterbe Tektonikarena Sardona
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Trutg dil Flem

The Trutg dil Flem runs along the Flem river from the lower Segnesboden through the area of the largest landslide in Europe down to Flims. From the lower Segnesboden there is a beautiful view of the Tschingelhörner, and during the descent down to the village there are seven bridges to cross in Flims’ “fairytale forest”.

The starting point of the trail is the waterfall on the lower Segnesboden above Flims, which can be reached either from the Naraus/Grauberg mountain station or the Alp Nagens shuttle station in approx. 1 hour. From there the trail (hiking route 764) takes you over the seven bridges, specially designed for the trail, in just under 4 hours with 1260 metres of descent. It ends down at the Flims valley station.

The hiking trail can be divided into stages by the three mountain railway stations Foppa, Naraus and Grauberg, the shuttle station Alp Nagens Stalla as well as by the exit and entry possibilities Punt Prau Ault, Punt Gronda, Punt da Max, Punt Desch, Segneshütte and Segnesboden. So the hike does not necessarily have to be covered in its entirety.

The hike can also be enjoyed from the valley to the mountain instead of from the mountain to the valley as described.
Starting point: Segneshütte
Distance: 9,1 km
Descent: 1260 m
Duration: 4 hours

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