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Panorama trail from Gadastatt to the Zervreila Reservoir



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Far back in the Vals Valley, a side valley in Surselva, at an altitude of 1,250 meters lies the idyllic mountain village of Vals. Many people visit this Grisons (Graubünden) village because of the mythic Vals Thermal Bath by Swiss Architect Peter Zumthor. In addition, the region around Vals is ideal, multifaceted hiking country. For instance, take a hike with us along the ridiculously spectacular panorama trail from Gadastatt to the Zervreil Reservoir!

Vals Valley

In the Vals Valley

Traditional Vals Valley wooden chalets

Traditional Vals Valley wooden chalets

Things move at a leisurely pace in Vals. Lining the village square you can still find the original houses roofed with Vals quartzite tiles, and in the pastures you see sheep grazing contentedly. While we’re on the subject: the saying goes that Vals has a thousand...

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Tags:  Switzerland, Alps, Hiking, Landscape, Nature

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