Status report on path and road network
State: november the 29th, 2023
Plan da Funtanas - Avrona
The hiking trail is open.
Uina Dadaint - Gallarias dal Quar - Schlinigpass
The hiking trail is closed with immediate effect and closed for the whole winter.
Puntins Ots uina and Senda dal Papagagl
Both hiking trails will remain closed immediately and throughout the winter season.
The following roads and hiking trails are closed due to ridge subsidence:
- Senda Clemgia
- Nairs - Brentsch
Trails in the Swiss National Park
The first paths in the national park are closed due to the snow.
Even the paths that are still open are snow-covered, icy and slippery in places. Be careful, good shoes and poles are highly recommended!
The national park remains closed in winter (wildlife sanctuary).
You can find the current status of the hiking trails at nationalpark.ch.
Road closure Via da Liuns
Due to renovation work, the marked section will be closed to all motorized traffic as well as to pedestrians and cyclists from July 19 to approx. December 8, 2023. A detour via da Flöna to via Val has been established. Further information can be found here.
Road closure Via Sura, Sent
The marked road section will be closed to all motorised traffic from 29 November to 1 December 2023 due to renovation work. The road remains passable for pedestrians and cyclists. Diversion: Via d'Immez - Bügliöl - Via da Spadla. Further information can be found here.
Municipality of Valsot:
Road an trail closures. Further information can be found here.
The Clemgia Gorge will remain closed until spring 2024 for safety reasons!
Good, high shoes are recommended and walking sticks are helpful.
Hiking in the National Park
All hiking trails in the Swiss National Park are open. More information on the hiking trails in the National Park.
Rockfall danger in the Piz Buin Pitschen area
Piz Buin Pitschen is currently threatened by a rockfall. There is a diversion of the mountain hiking route to Chamonna Tuoi as well as an emergency plan of the hut.
Winter rest for wild animals
The wildlife rest zones must be respected in order not to disturb the wildlife in their usual environment.