Segnesboden 2100 m Climbing
Great climbing in a Unesco World Heritage Site with the Tschingelhörner and the famous Martinsloch as a backdrop. The Segnesboden is a uniquely beautiful and quiet glacial trough high above Flims. Route development began here around 30 years ago. Re-bolting was done in 2008 by the Pro Klettergarten association. Great place for a family climbing trip. Access however is not so easy: The ugly Grauberg cable car is not in operation in summer. So the best option is a long but pleasant descent from the top station on the Cassonsgrat to Segnesboden. With the time needed for the approach and return journey, a single day is not really enough to appreciate the climbing here. It is therefore worth spending a night at the Segneshütte and having more time to climb! The spacing of bolts on routes 1-3 and 24 are particularly child friendly.
Developers: Carlo Meier, Bobi Götte, Alex Eberhöfer; between 1978 and 1983. In 2008 completely re-equipped and expanded.