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Where Graubünden finds its golden mean.

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The region of Central Graubünden

Tiefencastel and its surroundings

Tiefencastel, located in the middle of the magnificent mountainscape ot Central Graubünden on 850m above sea level invites you to discover the «land of 150 valleys». Hike to one of the many summits in summer and enjoy the splendid views.

Be enchanted by the upland moor Alpflix and experience the beauty of the Albula- and Julierpass - name givers to our house - on a pass round trip. Also in winter our region is worth a trip. Especially for friends of winter sports, who can enjoy themselfs skiing, sledding or snowshoe hiking.

A Railway Paradise

For railway enthusiasts, the railway station is of special interest.Here you can board the famous Rhaetian Railway which belongs the UNESCO World Heritage. Built over 100 years ago the railway line is a real architectural masterpiece. The unique layout of the line is harmoniously embedded in the wildly romantic natural landscape. You can easily take a day trip with the «Bernina-Express» to Tirano in Italy or  with the «Glacier-Express» to Andermatt – for railway enthusiasts two trips, they should absolutely not miss. These great showpieces of the railway pioneer days unite with the untamed nature of the Alpine mountains to offer an unforgettable experience of a lifetime.

The Parc Ela

In front of the door of our hotel Albula & Julier lies the Parc Ela. This nature parc for explorers is the largest one in Switzerland and covers the pass landscapes of the Albula, Julier and Septimer passes. Steep summits and vast landscapes, surrounded by glaciers and clear mountain lakes offer a unique panorama and give a feeling of real and unspoilt wilderness. The numerous sights are best discoverd on a hike. Besides the wonders of nature there a also many historical sites to discover – historic villages and baroque churches which are a testimony to the importance of the trade routes over the passes in the old days.