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Starting point is the famous Chantarella funicular or simply walking up the Via Tinus in the very centre of St. Moritz, 2044 meters above the sea. Only 44 meters ascent and high difference an easy going 1 hour stunning path covering a distance of 2...More
If you have a manual wheelchair that can be carried with its occupant in it or the occupant can walk a few steps, it can work.
The attendants will help get the chair on the funicular.
The Heidi flower trail is beautiful and groomed, but...More
Worth the short funicular journey (about 15 mins) and then follow the signs off to the right when you exit the funicular station. The flower trail is full of local alpine plants and easy to walk. It's worth walking down from this point too. You...More
Heidi's flower walk is most enjoyable. Alpine flowers are labelled along the way. In late August edelweiss was in flower. I have visited in June and July and there has been a much wider range of alpine flowers. However even without flowers it is a...More
NB this attraction is the same as Tripadvisor's Sentiero dei fiori di Heidi, one is in Italian, one in German. See Heidi Blumenweg & Ursli trail for more photos
Because of construction work in 2016 we only followed the lower half of this trail. Never...More
This is an easy stroll from Chantarella; accessible by wheelchair and with push chair. It offers nice views and it passes several flowers (blumen) along the way. You also have the possibility to take a detour and visit Heidi's hutte but that is not accessible...More