Peaks Place Apartment-Hotel & Spa
Hiking in Laax
The Peaks Place is the perfect starting point for breathtaking hikes and mountain tours. Below we show you our favorite hikes in Flims Laax Falera. For even more tips and information, our reception will be happy to help you.
OVER SEVEN BRIDGES
Trutg dil Flem
From the source of the Flem stream on the upper Segnesboden, the award-winning Flims Water Trail leads over seven bridges down to the village center of Flims. Look forward to bizarre gorge landscapes, roaring water and architectural delights by the famous Graubünden bridge builder Jürg Conzett.
- Start and finish: Segnesboden, Flims village
- length: 9.6 km
- ascent and descent: 75 m, 1079 m
Wellness with a view!
To the alpine whirlpools
Whirlpool pots Alp Mora
Above Alp Mora, where the Maliens stream has washed large tubs into the rock over centuries of work, is the destination of this hike. A jump into the turquoise water of the almost twenty bubbling pots rewards you in the summer months for the long ascent and refreshes your body and soul.
- Start and finish: Bargis, Trin
- Length: 18 km
- Ascent and descent: 873 hm, 1548 hm
Hiking in Flims Laax Falera
Thrills for those free from giddiness
Pinut via ferrata
The ascent of the oldest via ferrata in Switzerland from Fidaz is a very special experience. Through caves, over ladders, stairs and bridges you climb almost vertically up the Flimserstein. You secure yourself with a via ferrata harness at the appropriate devices in the rock. The via ferrata does not contain any technical difficulties and is therefore also suitable for inexperienced climbers. However, you should be sure-footed and free from vertigo. The descent leads via the high valley Bargis and over the alpine road, either on foot or by local bus back to the valley.
If you do not want to dare the adventure alone, you can join a guided tour.
Above the treetops
Senda dil Dragun
The world’s longest treetop path is almost on our hotel doorstep and connects the two districts of Laax Murschetg and Laax Dorf at eye level with the trees. On the way along the one-and-a-half-kilometer-long treetop trail, four platforms and five adventure spots invite you to linger. Augmented reality turns the walk into an interactive nature experience, and the tour ends with another highlight: a slide from the tower.