Spazierweg Feldis

Simple
1.2 km
0:45 h
35 mhd
13 mhd
Feldiser Spazierweg
Feldiser Spazierweg

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Feldiser Spazierweg
The walk starts from the old school building. The itinerary includes 11 stations worthy of note from a historical point of view. The route is signposted.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  1499 m
Lowest Point  1462 m
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Start Feldis, schoolhouse
Destination Feldis, Oberdorf
Coordinates 46.794836, 9.431006

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Description

Discover interesting stories about Feldis' past. Little is known about the origins of the village, as no remains of the ancient settlement are available. The few finds of coins date back only to the Roman Empire, and it is thought that the church of Sant'Ippolito may have been erected on a place of worship of the pre-Christian era. Feldis even owes its name to Hippolytus, the patron saint of prison guards and horses: after numerous passages in fact Hippolytus became Feldis, or Veulden in Romansh. In 1900 almost the entire population still spoke Romansh, while now less than 15 percent of the inhabitants use it.

The small free brochure (MiniGuide) is available at the Rhäzüns-Feldis cable car station. Travel time: approx. 45 minutes.






Geheimtipp

Arriving by cable car Rhäzüns-Feldis high above the Rhenish floodplains is considered an insider tip.

Directions

The starting point is at the Old Schoolhouse. The route is signposted.

Directions

Public Transport

Feldis can be reached by cable car from Rhäzüns or by PostBus. Further information on the timetable can be found on the SBB website: www.sbb.ch

Anreise Information

On the A13 towards San Bernardino, take the Rothenbrunnen exit. Then continue to Tomils via the cantonal road to Feldis.

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