Pinut: historical Via Ferrata on the Crap da Flem

Switzerland - Europe

Pinut, Crap da Flem - Pinut, Flims, Graubuenden Alps
15.06 - 27.09.2024
If you want to enjoy a unique view of Flims and the Flimser Grosswald, the best thing is to climb the Flimserstein or Crap da Flem. For ambitious mountain hikers, the route via the historic via ferrata "Pinut" is ideal.
The via ferrata was renovated on behalf of the Flims municipality and has been open to the interested public again since 30 June 2007.

Your advantages at a glance:

- Professional guidance by patented professional mountain guides with federal certificate
- required rental material will be made available
- unique view of Flims, the Grosswald and the lakes
- Graubünden is our home, here we know every mountain and exciting stories about Flims and the via ferrata


Thomas Villars
Certified Mountain Guide IFMGA and Snow Sports Instructor with Federal Certificate of higher vocational Education und Training


CHF 650.-   (per person / 1 Participants)
CHF 330.-   (per person / 2 Participants)
CHF 230.-   (per person / 3 Participants)
CHF 180.-   (per person / 4 Participants)
CHF 150.-   (per person / 5 - 8 Participants)

Including mountain guide tariff, rental equipment, excluding transport costs.


Requirements Physical condition on foot
Good physical condition  
Via ferrata scale

Freedom from giddiness, good physical condition for 800 meters of ascent. Climbing skills are not required.


Ascent of the Flimstein via the secured path of the Pinut, descent to the high valley of Bargis.

Planned programme:

Meeting point at 08.30 at the post office in Flims village. Distribution and adaptation of material, information about the tour. Travel by bus to Fidaz Pinut, 1222 m.
On foot we reach the start of the fixed rope route at the foot of the mighty wall of the Flimstein or Crap da Flem. After roping up and an introduction to the handling of the via ferrata material we start our adventure through the impressive wall. We follow the tracks of the hunters and mountain farmers who used this footbridge more than a hundred years ago. On the Pinut meadow we enjoy a first panoramic view of Flims and the Grosswald. Afterwards, there is another steeper step before we walk across the meadows of Pardatsch towards Tegia Sura. After the descent to Bargis we enjoy a last stop at the Berghaus Bargis before the bus takes us back to Flims.


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Member of the Swiss Alpine Club
For offers with hotel accommodation (if possible)
Experience in alpinism
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Equipment for winter tours
Climbing equipment
Equipment for high-altitude tours

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