Hiking on the Water Trail
Cook up something tasty at the BBQ area next to Lejin Rhodonit. You can buy excellent sausages at the La Chüdera restaurant at the Furtschellas middle station.
Hiking to the six Lejins
The six small mountain lakes of the Water Trail glint and glisten in gorgeous shades of blue and green. This family-friendly walk in Furtschellas takes about 2.5 hours for the whole circuit.
The Water Trail is one of the hiking highlights on Corvatsch. Starting at the Furtschellas middle station, the trail takes you towards Alp Munt, climbing steeply. But not to worry: you will soon be rewarded for your efforts. In no time, the fantastic view of the first lake, Lejin Cristal, will open up before you. Next, you will reach Lejin Magnetit, which is the highest lake, and then you will continue on to Lejin Malachit, Lejin Rhodonit, Lejin S-chaglia and finally Lejin Epidot. There is also a shorter route you can take: Just after the start of the walk, at the first big, signposted fork in the path, you can go left (towards Corvatsch). After that, you go right again, and the route takes you directly to Lejin Malachit.
Please note: this trail is not suitable for pushchairs.
BBQ by the lake
At Lejin Rhodonit, there are two BBQ areas with tables, benches, a metal barbecue grill and wood so you can barbecue by this stunning mountain lake. If you forgot to pick up some cervelat sausages when you were down in the valley, don’t worry – you can buy cervelat and bratwurst at the La Chüdera restaurant at the Furtschellas middle station. And if you don’t fancy cooking yourself, you can always let the folks at the La Chüdera restaurant spoil you with something delicious as you keep cosy inside or enjoy the fresh air on the sun terrace.
The Fairy Tale Water Trail for kid
Go on an adventure with Mara the mountain fairy and Furbaz the cheeky goblin. Kids can follow along with fun stories about the Water Trail as they go with the free, colourful booklet "Plitsch and Platsch". The booklet is available for free at the Corvatsch and Furtschellas valley stations.