The Chur city bus no. 3 takes you to the starting point in the village of Haldenstein. Follow the well-marked path to the Calanda mountain hut. On the way up, you will pass by the alps of Arella and Nesselböden. Continuously walking up-wards you will reach the alp Altsäss. From there it's just 100 meters in height to the Calanda hut (2073 m.). If you like to climb the Calanda peak, see variant A.
After a stop-over in the hut you walk southwards along to the Felsberger Älpli. The descent to Felsberg is leisurely at first, but continuously getting steeper while descending.
Leave the village of Felsberg on the right hand side and follow the Rhine river for a short distance. After crossing the Rhine river walk through the Rossboden and at the P & R parking area Obere Au you can take the bus back into the city.
See also Calandahütte SAC Tel.: +41 (0)77 411 58 28 Internet: www.calandahuette.ch E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chur Tourismus Chur Information am Bahnhof Bahnhofplatz 3 CH-7001 Chur Tel.: +41 (0)81 252 18 18 Internet: www.churtourismus.ch E-Mail: email@example.com
If you combine this tour (variante B) with the hiking tour Ringelspitz hut round trip Ringelspitzhütte Rundtour you can do a nice 3 day hiking tour, with one overnight in the Calanda hut and another overnight in the Ringelspitz hut. Further information on this multiple day hike you find here: http://www.churtourismus.ch/aktivitaeten-erlebnisse/bergerlebnis-sommer/wandern-nordic-walking/wandern-von-huette-zu-huette/
Haldenstein, bus stop in the village (567 m)
Geogr. 46.878781 N 9.526922 E
UTM 32T 540150 5191828
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