When the forests gradually change colour and the mountain peaks are slowly covered with snow, it's mountain autumn in Flims Laax Falera. Experience how the local nature turns into different shades of colour - no matter if you are on foot or on your bike. This autumn we offer you a variety of leisure and outdoor activities from 28 October to 27 November 2022, so you don't have to wait until the winter holidays to visit your favourite destination in Switzerland again.
In Flims Laax Falera you will find a variety of natural structures at four different altitudes. Each location enchants with its very own charm:
While there is already snow around Crap Sogn Gion at 2,252 m above sea level, you can still hike and bike in Foppa and Naraus and enjoy the autumn weather.
Further down, at 1,000 m above sea level, the Flimserwald forest with the Cauma and Crestasee lakes invites you to take a relaxing walk and linger. Or you may be drawn to even lower altitudes to explore the impressive Rhine Gorge at 600 m above sea level on foot or by canoe.
Either way, you are guaranteed an exciting autumn holiday in Flims Laax Falera. Discover our highlights now.
Even if you are a regular visitor to the lower Segnesboden, you will have noticed that the view is different every time. In autumn, the plain appears in all kinds of colours and makes the visit even more unique.
With the chairlift from Flims via Foppa to Naraus, you reach the Segnesboden after just one hour's hike. The visitor pavilion of the Sardona World Heritage Site invites you on a journey through time and gives you exciting impressions of the geological highlights of our region. The Segneshütte provides culinary delights during your stay on the Segnesboden.
By the way, did you know that you can also climb on the Segnesboden?
The climbing garden on the Segnesboden offers around 31 climbing routes, ideal for beginners and families who want to make their first attempts.
What could be better than feeling the mild autumn wind on your face during a leisurely ride on the chairlift to Foppa? A little refreshment at the mountain station and off you go on one of the numerous hiking and walking trails against the impressive backdrop of the Flimserstein. Incidentally, this unmistakable natural setting in Switzerland was formed by one of the largest landslide events in the Alps around 10,000 years ago.
Want a little more action? The area around Foppa is also ideal for exploring by bike. The Runca Trail, one of the longest flow trails in Europe, can be ridden from Naraus. On the chair, ready, go to Foppa!
The world's longest treetop walk will connect the two villages of Laax Murschetg and Laax Dorf. Once you have reached platform height via one of the two access towers, the 1.5-kilometer-long walkway leads you through the forest - always at eye level with the trees. With a slide for the little ones, four platforms with seatings along the way and a unique view of the surrounding landscape, the treetop walk offers a unique nature experience for the whole family.