Explore Graubünden

Graubünden, the 'hiking canton' is a fantastic area for hikers. Enjoy the fresh mountain air and the panoramic views. Stop at one of the mountain streams along the trail to cool off. Below is a list of some great hiking trails that we have selected for you.


Ten thousand kilometres of hiking trails and an astonishing piece of nature make Graubünden a veritable hikers' paradise. A wide ranging choice of trails with varying degrees of difficultly at different altitudes and with different walking times. 

The national park 

Switzerland's only national park is located in Engadin/Münstertal, about 70 km from Lenzerheide. Covering 172 km², it is also the biggest wildlife area. The park, established in 1914, was the first national park in the Alps and Central Europe. Today it is still famous for its diversity of animals and plants.


Walking in Lenzerheide is a blessing for all your senses. 170 km of trails through untouched nature await you. Lenzerheide region has endless signposted trails of varying degrees of difficulty.
Globi trail 
On each of the 14 signposts the Swiss child hero, Globi, shares information and news about the region's nature. In the water games area and on the barefoot trail the biggest adventures await the kids. There are two signposted trails (approx. 3 and 8 km). The shorter route is suitable for pushchairs. The starting points of the trails are Lenzerheide and Pedra Grossa with a stop at Tgantieni.

Themed walks 
In addition to the stunning hiking trails the region also has several themed trails: a geology trail at an altitude of 2900 metres above sea level, and educational botanical forest and nature trails. These educational trails inform you about the flora and fauna in the area.

Culture trails 

Discover the cultural highlights such as the Landwasser Viaduct and the Vaz cloister along the holiday region's hiking trails. Culture in the wild!

Hiking and biking app
Always on the right track, plan tours and much more is now possible with the hiking and bike app Graubünden.

At the parks

Almost all the parks offer hiking enthusiasts the Fresh Air package. Armed with a walking map and a well-filled rucksack with snacks for on the road, you can explore the surrounding area and countryside. Before you book, check the possibilities at the park of your choice.