Avers–Juf route

The Avers–Juf route takes you from Andeer all the way up to Juf, the highest permanently inhabited settlement in Europe. The stillness and beauty of the mountains can be experienced in the unspoiled Avers valley.

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The road leads along the rocky left-hand side of the valley towards Juf. ©

Avers marmot educational trail

The Bergalga Valley is home to one of the largest marmot populations in the Alps. The trail will take you to 11 stations, where you can learn interesting facts about the life of marmots. The educational walk begins at the Avers, Juppa PostBus stop and leads to Alp Bergalga/Olta Stofel. At the start of the trail, there is a well-equipped barbecue area and a playground. 


2 hrs

Level of difficulty



7.6 km

Altitude difference

+ 130m / – 130 m

Starting point

Avers, Juppa


Avers, Juppa

“Alte Averserstrasse” hike

The historic transport route was built in 1895 and made accessible to hikers again in recent years. With magnificent arched bridges made of natural stones, imposing stone walls, views of the Avers Rhine gorges and the glacier mills of the Ragn da Ferrera, slate rock formations, marble, quartzite, gneiss, dolomite, and the traces and ruins of the former mining industry, there is no chance of growing bored in this region. The hiking route, which is extremely rich in variety, starts at PostBus stop Andeer, Rofflaschlucht and ends at PostBus stop Avers, Juf.

Experiences in summer and winter

The Avers–Juf route also transports you to the following activities:

  • Andeer mineral spa
  • Innerferrera Mining Museum
  • Magic Wood boulder paradise
  • Flüeseen – a panoramic hike from Juf to the Flüeseen lakes
  • Valle di Lei – a cross-border hike with a view of the water reservoir
  • Avers ski area
  • Pristine countryside for snowshoeing, winter hiking or ski touring

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