The journey to Bergün Filisur is possible by train and by road via the normal routes. 
The Albula Pass is open.
Current information on closures at: www.strassen.gr.ch 


- Hiking trail Zügenstrasse from Davos Schmelzboden to Davos Wiesen Station
- Jenisberg hiking trail via Müliwald/Chüealptobel into the Zügen Gorge
- Road Filisur-Alp Prosot/Sela is closed until further notice due to falling rocks. Notice diversion.
- All closures will remain in place until further notice.
The hiking trail from Jenisberg to Davos Wiesen Station will follow the road.

Update: 26th May 2023



Ort Filisur

Bergüner Stöcke

The Bergünerstöcke with the peaks Piz Mitgel, Tinzenhorn and Piz Ela are located in the centre of the nature park. In this majestic mountain landscape, the Ela and Organ Passes connect the main valleys of the nature park, the Surses and the Albula Valley.


Rubble moraines bear witness to the permafrost in this barren area of former glaciers and garland soils. Long before the glaciers covered the area, this was the shallow shore of the primeval sea Tethys, on which 200 million dinosaurs lived before. Their traces discovered in the rock in 2009 are the oldest in Switzerland.
The Organ and Ela Pass can be reached on foot in 5 hours from Bergün/Bravuogn or Savognin.


Public Transport



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