01 Alp Trupchun - CLOSED
One of the most frequented walks in the Park, in particular during the rutting season at the end of September.
02 Fuorcla Trupchun - CLOSED
Quite steep in the upper region, this is a route for those who are sure-footed on slippery scree.
03 Fuorcla Val Sassa - CLOSED
This challenging 8-hour alpine excursion is only recommended for sure-footed walkers with a head for heights. Caution: The Cluozza hut is already closed (end of season 16.10.2022)
04 Piz Quattervals - CLOSED
A challenging ascent of the highest peak that lies entirely within the National Park.
05 Val Tantermozza - CLOSED
This short hike leads through a sparse spruce-larch-pine forest with some impressive giant trees.
06 Murtaröl - CLOSED
This varied walk requires a certain amount of effort and is not often undertaken. It offers wonderful views into the Cluozza valley, towards the Engadine and the dominating peak of Piz Linard.
07 Chamanna Cluozza - CLOSED
Comparable to a Swiss Alpine Club mountain hut, Chamanna Cluozza is the only hut within the Park that offers overnight accommodation; with 61 sleeps. Caution: The Cluozza hut is already closed (end of season 16.10.2022)
08 Murter - CLOSED
One of the Park’s classics: this is a walk that gives plenty of opportunity to observe animals, many species of flora, and fascinating geological features such as dinosaur tracks or fossilised corals.
09 Margun Grimmels - CLOSED
This easy walk takes us from the Pass dal Fuorn road down to the Ova Spin compensation reservoir.
10 Spöl valley - CLOSED
Less frequented than other routes, this relatively flat walk will suit those who are looking for a bit of peace and quiet. Woodland and waterside landscapes accompany us along its length.
11 Alp la Schera - CLOSED
On this walk we go along a stretch of the historical former route to Livigno, where horse-driven carts still travelled in the early days of the Park.
12 Grimmels - CLOSED
Provided the snow has already melted, it is possible to do this easy circular walk around the hillside of Las Crastatschas as early as mid-May. The first timid signs of spring can be seen then, and ungulates have not yet moved to the higher regions.
13 Champlönch - CLOSED
This 2-hour walk follows the former Pass dal Fuorn road, offering pleasant views of the Pass dal Fuorn landscape with its typical stretches of mountain pine forest.
14 Punt la Drossa – Il Fuorn - CLOSED
This trail leads from the customs house at Punt la Drossa/P4 to Il Fuorn/P6; we walk alongside the delightful Fuorn stream that manages most of the time to drown the sound of traffic on the Pass dal Fuorn road.
15 Munt la Schera - CLOSED
Many people consider this to be the most enjoyable walk in the National Park.
16 Fuorn valley - CLOSED
In the first section, from Il Fuorn to former P7, we see the impressive contrast between a humid alpine mixed forest and a dry mountain pine forest.
17 Margunet - CLOSED
This well-frequented route has become increasingly popular since bearded vultures were released here between 1991 and 2007.
18 Fuorcla Val dal Botsch - CLOSED
The walk over Fuorcla Val dal Botsch leads from the Pass dal Fuorn region to Val Mingèr, via a 2676 m high pass. It is normally passable from end of June to end of September.
19 Val Mingèr - CLOSED
The last bear in Switzerland was shot in Val Mingèr in 1904. Unfortunately the Swiss National Park was only founded 10 years later and could not, therefore, offer any refuge for this creature.
20 Mot Tavrü - CLOSED
Val Tavrü is of historic importance to the National Park. From 1911 to 1936, when the whole valley was part of the Park, it formed the boundary to our vast nature reserve.