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Albula valley - Attractions and hiking suggestions

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Bernina Express Landwasser viaduct

Bernina Express to Chur on the Landwasser viaduct.
© Rhätische Bahn
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Activities in the Albula valley

Scenic train rides like the Glacier Express and Bernina Express, as well as hiking routes, are the main attractions in the Albula valley.


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Glacier Express

The world famous train offering a full day of magnificent views of the Swiss Alps.


Bernina Express

Wonderful scenic train ride from the old town of Chur across the Bernina Pass via Italy to Lugano.



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Preda - Bergün

Watch the famous red trains of the Rhaetian Railway and the amazing landscape.

  • Hiking time: 2h15
  • Difficulty: moderate
  • Elevation: 1360 - 1793 m
  • Distance: 7.0 km
  • Terrain: meadow, along railway, valley, forest
  • Region: Albula valley (Graubünden)

Bever - Preda

Demanding route across a magnificent alpine landscape.


Filisur - Wiesen

A walk through a friendly landscape of meadows and woods. You can see impressive railway viaducts along the way.

  • Hiking time: 1h45
  • Difficulty: moderate
  • Elevation: 1067 - 1269 m
  • Distance: 5.4 km
  • Terrain: meadow, along railway, forest
  • Region: Albula valley (Graubünden)

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