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Hiking around the Dreibündenstein

The Dreibündenstein hiking area includes Pradaschier, Brambüesch, and Feldis in its 50-kilometre network of hiking trails, and is one of the most popular hiking areas in Graubünden for schools, families, and clubs.

Looking out from the Dreibündenstein at an altitude of 2,176 m, enjoy the most fantastic panoramic views of Graubünden:
From Piz Beverin to Heinzenberg, the Safierberge, and the Vorab; from the Sardona chain to the Calanda, the Rhine Valley around Chur, and Montalin; and from Schanfigg all the way to Lenzerheide – diverse vistas like nowhere else!

Brambrüesch-Pradaschier family hike

This magnificent scenic hike starts with a ride on the Chur-Dreibündenstein mountain railway, which departs from Chur and takes guests to Brambüesch, the start of the hike proper. This family-friendly hiking trail features a wide variety of alpine flora and several barbecue spots. The roughly two-hour trip leads directly to Pradaschier, where the Mountain Restaurant offers plenty of opportunities for refreshment and you can take a ride on the toboggan run and feel the wind in your face.

Feldis-Pradaschier Nordic walking trail

The ridgeway from Feldis (via the Rhäzüns cable car)
to Pradaschier by way of Windegga is a particularly popular Nordic walking trail. At a comfortable Nordic walking pace it should take about three hours for all the sport enthusiasts in the group to arrive in Pradaschier.

You can start this beautiful trail from any of the destinations along the way and adjust the order as you see fit.