In Flims Laax Falera, there' s more to do in the fresh air than hiking, skiing or snowboarding. In addition to mountain sports, we also offer a wide range of outdoor activities in Switzerland. Not only the summer, but also the winter is most beautiful in the outdoors in Switzerland: How about a trip to the sky, wild slopes or ice? Find your favourite outdoor activity and start your active journey in the Swiss destination.
Prau la Selva sports centre offers a range of sporting activities. You can play tennis in the fresh air, show off your skills at mini-golf or go wild in the skater park.
You were on the road all day on foot and would like to cruise back to the village? Then rent a scooter in Foppa and enjoy the wonderful view and the adrenalin rush during the trip back to the Flims village. To Foppa, you can either take the chairlift or take a two-hour hike from Flims. Return the scooter at the cable car station in Flims after the rapid ride back.
Experience the wild side of summer in Flims. Take a trip from Illanz to Reichenau by rubber raft and discover the remarkable Ruinualta, also known as the Swiss Grand Canyon. From the water, you can enjoy views of the vertical cliffs and precipitous screes, while the rapids and cooling spray rush against your face.
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The Conngraben, today Connbächli, is one of the most important, oldest, longest and still water-bearing trenches of Flims. The trench is now no longer used economically. Equipped with solid footwear, one can explore the 6km long trench during a 1.5 hour walk with the whole family. What you should not miss on your exploring tour is a ship. You can build your own ship out of bark or you can take our locally made kit with you on the ship through the beautiful Flimserwald. The local made kit is available at the tourist information in Flims.
The geocaching offer will be expanded in the area of Spaligna and along the Connbächli. Geocaching is the search for a hidden treasure. With the help of the "Geocaching" app the scavenger hunt can be started and you go on the search for the hidden "caches". Hiking in nature combined with discovering, puzzling, experiencing and getting to know new places - convince yourself and try it out.
A bird's-eye view of Flims Laax Falera. Paragliding allows you to see the mountain landscape around Graubünden from above. Together with an experienced paraglider, you start off from Crap Sogn Gion (2,228 metres above sea level) or Naraus (1,842 metres above sea level). You will land either in Larnags (1,160 metres above sea level) or Flims (1,100 metres above M.), to the north of the base station.
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A simple game that's always fun for all – ice stock sport, or ludo on ice. After all, who doesn't enjoy scuppering their opponent's chances just as they're about to claim victory? This is not the only satisfaction you will gain from this sport. Above all, it's about the social aspect, with conversation and chat aplenty. To make a reservation, call Flims sports centre on +41 81 920 91 91.
The natural ice field at the Prau la Selva sports center is the largest natural ice field in Graubünden. Ice skating, ice hockey, pirouetting and much more - you'll find in Flims Prau la Selva. The ice field is open from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 9 pm. For further information, please call +41 81 920 91 91.
Lake Laax offers a wealth of winter activities for all the family. You can go hiking, perform pirouettes or play ice hockey, while your little ones learn how to ski on the kids' slopes. And in case you're cold or hungy, the Ustria Lags with its large terrace and wonderful view of the lake invites you to warm up. If you need skates for your day on the lake, you can rent them out from Menzli Sport in Laax. To check whether Lake Laax and the ice field adjacent are open, call +41 81 927 77 40.
Falera invites you to go ice skating. Young and old can enjoy the new ice rink for free every day. In addition, a kiosk will be serving drinks and small snacks. The ice rink is located at the playground directly below St. Remigius church and is open from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. If you need skates for your day on the ice, you can rent them out from Menzli Sport in Laax. To check if the ice field is open, call +41 81 921 30 30.