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The Pinut is the oldest existing via ferrata in Switzerland. For the first time he is mentioned in writing in 1739. Around 1800, the trail was used by the Fiazer farmers to Wildheuete. But the hay should have been enough for a cow. If you climb up here today, you will experience nature close up, can exercise and enjoy a beautiful view. The view from the metal stairs out of the wall is indeed breathtaking. Anyone who is free from giddiness and sure-footed will be enthusiastic. The Pinut is consistently secure and is rated in the SAC scale with K1-2. In summer there are regular guided tours.
From Zurich - train to Chur. From the Post Flims, you take the Flims Laax Falera Shuttle in the direction of Bargis to the stop Pinut. With the guest card or the local ID card you use the shuttle for free. From the bus stop you reach the entrance of the via ferrata Pinut after about 30 minutes.
By car Motorway A13 from Zurich, exit 18 Flims
You will find plenty of parking in the parking garage at the valley station Flims. From the valley station the shuttle takex you in the direction of Bargis to the stop Pinut. With the guest card or the local ID card you use the shuttle for free. From the bus stop you reach the entrance of the via ferrata Pinut after about 30 minutes.
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