Information updated as at 26 March 2023
In winter the trails are not maintained and due to snow and ice it is not recommended to walk on mountain trails.
- Due to a landslide on Italian territory the high link to the Turbine Pass remains closed until further notice.
- The panoramic route Soglio - Savogno remains closed until further notice.
- Via Engiadina between Plaun da Lej and Sils Baselgia: trail closed until further notice.
- The alpine trails: to Capanna Sasc Furä, Passo del Casnile and Gran giro del Lago (Albigna) are closed for the winter season.
- Val Bondasca is partially closed for an indefinite period. Capanna Sciora SAC and all hiking trails in Val Bondasca remain closed.
- Soglio Plazza can only be reached on foot or by postal car. Soglio Plazza has no parking spaces.
- Due to the construction site in Bondo and Promontogno the parking spaces between restaurant Fanconi and crotto Semadeni will be discontinued from mid-March 2023 until the end of 2024.
- P&R possibilities: PP Stampa, PP Vicosoprano.
Guard dogs – the right behaviour
Where hikers, cyclists, encounter herds protected by guard dogs, conflicts may arise. To prevent incidents official guard dogs are carefully trained and their owners must observe specific. However, the correct behaviour of the public towards these dogs is equally important.
Film: How to behave when encountering a guard dog
If you want to avoid encounters with guard dogs find all the summer pastures where guard dogs come into use on our interactive online. At the beginning of summer they are also listed on the geographical portal of the federal government and SwitzerlandMobility, but only updated once a year. Wherever possible further information is provided for hikers and cyclists (e.g. sections that are kept clear by fences or telephone contact for direct information).
Interactive map: Alpe with CPG
We take responsibility - Das Bündner Bergmanifest
More and more people are attracted to the mountains. In order to keep our nature intact, we have to take care of it and respect it. The "Grison Mountain Manifest" shows how to behave and treat all mountain creatures with respect by observing ten simple rules.
1. We do not leave garbage 2. We stay overnight only where it is allowed 3. We cross alpine pastures with caution 4. We observe wildlife from distance 5. We share trails with other users 6. We light bonfires only at designated places 7. We choose trails that are appropriate for our abilities 8. We stay on marked trails 9. We travel by public transportation 10. We buy regional products and support local economy
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