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



Church Filisur

Evang.-ref. Kirche Filisur


The Reformed Church in Filisur was originally dedicated to Saint Martin. The church is highly medieval in terms of its building fabric. In 1489 the choir was rebuilt and the tower enlarged. The church was renovated in 1746 and restored for the last time in 1956.


The nave is decorated with Italian murals from the decades before the Reformation. The baroque pulpit is dated 1746. The church has two organs: a house organ in the choir from the end of the 18th century and an organ on the gallery from 1956.

Opening hours

The church is open during the day and can be visited.


Public Transport

Ride with the Rhaetian Railway or the Postbus to Filisur


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