There is a reason why the Rhine gorge between Reichenau and Ilanz is known as the "Swiss Grand Canyon". It is one of the most spectacular landscapes in Graubünden and is unique even in the Alps. In the wild gorges, you can experience pure adrenalin while river rafting or take a hike along the craggy rock formations. An easily accessible hiking trail along the Rhine also presents excellent opportunities to have a barbecue, create stone mounds or dip your feet in the water. You can even find orchids here. If you prefer a little more comfort, you can also explore the Rhine gorge by train or PostBus.
The detailed suspension bridge at Trin station which was completed in 2010 is the third bridge in our region to connect the left and right banks of the Rhine. With a length of 105 metres and a passage width of 1.8 metres, the Punt Ruinaulta is one of the longest suspension bridges in Graubünden. A riverside path was developed here alongside the Rhine, allowing hikers to better explore the exceptional Rhine gorge.
In LAAX, we have set ourselves the goal of trying to leave the world in a better condition than how we found it. As a result, in all of our endeavours to make your holiday as eventful as possible, we always show respect for nature and do everything we can to treat our world in the right way. Learn more about our Greenstyle initiatives here.