In the 13th century, the German-speaking Walsers settled the mountainous areas in Davos and Klosters. In the remotest area of the romantic side valley of Sertig, farming settlements still dominate the landscape.
I already visited this beautiful peace of earth last spring and immediately fell in love with it. But during winter it truly is one of the most romantical, lonely spots in Davos, I have seen (so far).
Snowshoeing Sertig Dörfli
The small church and impressive Walser houses are not the only visitor attractions. Sertig is considered one of the Swiss regions most worthy of conservation. Dense pine and larch forests climb up the mountain slopes. In spring, the meadows around the hamlet turn into an ocean of white crocuses and behind the village, a waterfall thunders into the depths. Sertig Dörfli can be easily reached by horse-drawn carriage and is an ideal starting point for hikes in these primeval surroundings. Those with a watchful eye can also observe wildlife. In winter, several of the peaks that close off the valley in such an impressive way become the goal for ski tourers, while ice climbers tackle the frozen waterfalls.