Pinut via ferrata

Climbing fun in Flims

The historic Pinut via ferrata above Flims will take you to new heights. Plenty of fresh air and a feeling of weightlessness are guaranteed.

Flims offers a special kind of open-air excursion. The Pinut is a challenge for sure-footed hikers. It is the oldest via ferrata still in existence in Switzerland and is situated above Fidaz. The Pinut takes its name from the imposing terrace halfway up the Flimserstein. It was reopened in summer 2007after renovations.

You travel from Chur or Ilanz by Postbus to Flims and on to Fidaz (PostBus stop Fidaz, Pinut). From there you hike for around 30 minutesto the climbing point. You should allow around 2½ hoursfor the historic climb to Servetsch Pinut at 2,045 mabove sea level. Roped up for the climb, you will cover a difference of 700 vertical metres. A magnificent hike brings you back to Bargis, where you will find the Postbus waiting.

Additional information

Buy ticket

Buy your ticket from the SBB Shop or SBB Mobile app. You can also buy a ticket from the driver, at all ticket terminals, PostBus sales offices and at the counter of your nearest railway station.

Additional ticketing apps and online shops can be found in our overview.

All tickets between Fidaz, Waldrand and Bargis are subject a surcharge.

Timetable / travel information

You will find the entire Swiss public transport timetable online here.

Route not open all year

Special comments: Via ferrata accessible from May until end-October


For groups of 10 people and more, seat reservations for all journey legs are necessary.
Tel. +41 58 341 34 87.

Bicycle transport

Bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle.
You can find more information at Biking and Postbus.

Wheelchair accessibility

Limited wheelchair access to the postbus

Special comments:
Not all services are wheelchair-accessible. For information, please call +41 58 341 34 86

Contact details


PostBus Ltd
Sales Office Chur
Gürtelstrasse 14
7003 Chur

Opening hours

Mondays through Fridays
8.00–12.00 h and 14.00–17.00 h