via Flöna to Ftan

6.5 km
2:20 h
432 mhd
91 mhd
Der Weg kurz vor Ftan

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Beautiful hike overlooking Scuol and Tarasp. The hike can be run in both directions. From 20 December to 20 April, it is forbidden to enter the wild rest zone!
Technique 2/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  1706 m
Lowest Point  1280 m
Best Season

Start Scuol-Tarasp train station
Destination PostBus stop Ftan, cumün
Coordinates 46.794154, 10.287597


The hike starts at Scuol-Tarasp station. The trail leads first to the valley station of the gondola lift, where the first sign for Flöna stands. On the right past the valley station on a small path to the newer part of the village of Scuol. Here you will find the next signfore towards Flöna. Follow the path to the last houses, continue on a natural road to Flöna. The walk leads past a stable and the winding road uphill. After the first bends, the road rises steeply and leads into the forest. From here, follow the signs in the direction of Ftan. The road crosses the Motta Naluns gondola and continues uphill to the forest. Here the highest point of the tour is reached. The view compensates for the steep ascent. The natural road descends slightly from here. Soon the village of Ftan will be in sight. The PostBus stop Ftan, cumün is located in the middle of the village next to the guest information and the post office.


The tour was evaluated in favorable weather conditions, the current weather conditions and weather forecasts must be observed before the start of the tour.

Emergency Call:
144 Emergency Call, First Aid
1414 Mountain Rescue REGA
112 International Emergency Call


Scuol-Tarasp station
Tal station Motta Naluns gondola lift
So follow the signs to Flöna
The first section through Scuol
At the end of the village, follow the signs to Flöna
If you cross the forest, follow the signs to Ftan

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