Brambrüesch - Känzeli
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This easy hiking tour is perfect for people who like leisurely walking with panoramic views.
Start Brambrüesch, top station of gondola
Destination Känzeli, middle station of gondola
Coordinates 46.828999, 9.516007
The ascent to Brambrüesch you conquer on this tour very comfortable, namely with the gondola from Chur. Arrived on the high plateau, exactly 1'000 meters above the city of Chur, you walk leisurely from the mountain station straight ahead past several mountain restaurants: Battagliahütte, VIVA berg.baiz and Malixerhof. So if you want to enjoy the view on a sun terrace, has a good selection. At the Malixerhof, it finally goes down towards the middle station Känzeli. The path runs parallel to the toboggan run, but is wide enough to accommodate sledgers and hikers. In contrast to the toboggan offer the winter hiking trail works even if there is little or no snow. Following the path gently downhill, you can enjoy the scenery and views. In between, you walk in the shadow of the woods, then come again longer open sections. In the middle section, the panorama into the Schanfigg Valley with Hochwang, Arosa Weisshorn, Strela Pass and Weissfluhgipfel is especially beautiful. Just before you arrive at the Känzeli, the view of the city of Chur and the Grisons Rhine Valley becomes clear. From the middle station Känzeli you can then comfortably hover with the gondola back to the valley.
Take the train to Chur station. From there, the city bus (line 1) runs in 3 minutes to the valley station of the cable cars (stop Stadthalle/Brambrüeschbahn).
- Motorway exit Chur Süd
- Drive into the city (Kasernenstrasse)
- Valley station and parking lot are in front of the city center on the right side
Guests of the Chur Bergbahnen park free of charge in the Stadthalle car park at the Talsation. For this purpose, the license plate number must be entered at the cash desk!
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