With a length of a good 1.5 kilometres, the Laax treetop walkway is one of the longest of its kind in Europe. At a height of up to 28 metres, it connects the districts of Laax Murschetg and Laax Dorf. Access to the tree top walk is via the two towers. At the main entrance in Murschetg near the Laax base station, a circular staircase leads up to the viewing platform. Alternatively, you can also take the lift. A highlight for younger visitors is the spiral-shaped, 73-metre-long slide.
The path leads through the treetops over four platforms, which invite visitors to sit down and relax. Along the way, there are frequent opportunities to learn about the regional flora and fauna as well as geology and agriculture. The descent takes place in Laax village (Dimplaun) again via stairs or a lift
The treetop path is accessible all year round and in both directions. Due to the elevators in the towers, the path is barrier-free and therefore also suitable for guests in wheelchairs and families with strollers.
>> The tree top walk in Laax is expected to open in July 2021. <<
How to get there
Laax is located just under 30 kilometres west of Chur. From there, take the A13/E43 to Reichenau and take the exit to Distentis and Flims. Then follow route 19 via Flims to Laax. At the entrance in Murschetg you have the possibility to park in the parking garage at the rockresort.
By public transport
The nearest train station is in Chur. From there you can take the post bus to Laax. The journey takes about 45 minutes.