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A simple circular trail which takes you past some unique religious buildings and an old irrigation channel. The hike takes around 2 hours.

You walk down the village lane, passing the beautiful church of Grengiols and village pastures and meadows.
The church of Grengiols is unlike other churches in that it is not aligned from east to west but from south to north. The layout of the graveyard is also unique. The graves in the graveyard are ordered according to marital status. Those who were married are buried in the lower graveyard and those who were single in the upper graveyard.
The path takes you further along the old irrigation channel known as "Milleri" to the hamlet of ze Hiischre. It is definitely worth visiting the Chapel of St. Anne here. You follow the path along the gently rising road to "Binnelti" towards Bister and then further on to "Chrizacher". From here, you take the Roman road/Heerstrasse back to Grengiols.

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All season


Vertical heigth
150 m
Time required
< 2h
Level technique
Level condition


Starting point
Grengiols (Altitude: 995 m)
Arrival by public transport
Grengiols Bahnhof Timetable SBB
Grengiols (Altitude: 995 m)
Arrival by public transport
Grengiols Bahnhof Timetable SBB


Landschaftspark Binntal
Tourismusbüro c/o Konsum Grengiols
Dorfplatz 9
3993 Grengiols
Tel. +41 027 927 11 20



Grengiols tulips

The botanist Eduard Thommen described them as an independent species. "Tulipa grengiolensis" has been considered since then as a unique species of tulip that only grows in Switzerland. It flowers only in the village of Grengiols and its surroundings.

FaunaFloraNatural landscape / Habitat

Restaurant Grängierstuba

Cosy village restaurant with about 50 seats inside and 20 seats on the village square.


Restaurant Edelweiss

A cosy village restaurant with 36 seats and a small dining room that can be rented.

RestaurantRoom / Holiday flat

Volg Grengiols

Die Konsumgenossenschaft Grengiols wurde am 21. August 1910 gegründet. Sie zählt heute 130 Mitglieder und beschäftigt 4 Teilzeitangestellte, welche zusammen 2 Vollzeitstellen entsprechen.