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A little more than 100 steps lead from the city to Hirschbühl. Located above the old town, the park invites you to linger and discover. The heart of the complex is the so-called Gift Temple - a historic pavilion that originally served to present the trophies of the Federal Shooting Festival of 1842. It was rebuilt on the Hirschbühl, after it had previously stood elsewhere on the Rosenhügel and had finally been restored. Right next to the Temple of Gifts, a terrace invites you to enjoy the view. A maple provides shade on the square, wall and benches invite you to linger. Also not far from the temple of gifts is a show garden with medicinal plants. From Hirschbühl you can continue on gravel paths to the historic park at Rosenhügel. Both on the Hirschbühl and on the Rosenhügel there are impressive views towards Surselva, the Calanda and the city.
Opening hours of the staircase
Summertime: 7:00 am – 10.30 pm
Winter time: 8.00 am – 7.30 pm
From Chur train station on foot or by bus to the bus stop "Malteser" (bus line 1). From there it is a two-minute walk to Lindenquai.
The Hirschbühl park can be reached on foot from Lindenquai via stairs. Conditionally wheelchair accessible (with shock aid) access from the Rosenhügel car park.
Use parking spaces in the city, parking garages Lindenquai or Arcas in the immediate vicinity of the staircase.
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