Hiking is one of the most beautiful pastimes in the world and the fact that you are currently looking at a Collection about the region around Flims, Laax and Falera shows us that you see it the same way. You can’t stretch your calves anywhere better than in our magnificent landscape.
A total of 250 kilometres (155 mi) of hiking trails welcome the passionate mountain enthusiast here. They lead over dizzying ridges, along crystal-clear mountain streams and to the shores of enchanted mountain lakes. In between, you'll enjoy wonderful paths across lush green alpine meadows and through magical forests.
A few of our Tours are particularly appealing to younger hikers. In this Collection, we want to present a round-up of the most beautiful family Tours around Flims, Laax and Falera so that you can really let off steam with your little ones.
We have an archery course, an exciting water hike as well as a challenging via ferrata on offer. You can enjoy a breathtaking panorama before taking your children on a boat trip across the Connbächli. Either way, there's lots of fun waiting for you and your family, because that's what we're all about.
By the way, you receive a family pass when you arrive in our region which you can use on several shuttle and mountain railway services and for many exciting offers. So, why wait – let the family fun begin!
In the middle of the magical Laax forest, there has been a completely new and special kind of forest bathing to be experienced since summer 2021: the "Senda dil Dragun", its symbol, the longest treetop path in the world. This tour takes you straight up to the lofty heights. And while you hike from the district of Laax Murschetg to Laax Dorf, not only you, but also potential younger fellow hikers have a lot of fun.
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The Panoramaweg is an airy and promising high-altitude path that enchants young and old hikers. Constantly on the move at an altitude of a good 2,000 meters, you can enjoy the magnificent views and magnificent nature here. Why is it so suitable for families too? Among other things, because you sit down in a chairlift right at the beginning instead of having to master the sweaty vertical meters.
What makes our region special, besides its magical forests and proud mountains, is the amount of water that flows through it. The waterway makes this much clearer than any description: You follow the course of the lively Flem down into the valley over seven bridges built by the famous Graubünden bridge builder Jürg Conzett, some of them boldly constructed. And enjoy a unique nature that has only been minimally refined by humans, as if out of a picture book.