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On the way from Savognin to Radons, there is hardly a way around this insider tip for Graubünden specialities. Personal, familiar and with a lot of passion for mountain sports and gastronomy, the two owners run the small Maiensäss, which invites you to linger and recharge your batteries. Alban Fiegl, a trained baker-confectioner, was born and raised in Savognin and ran a successful sports shop for many years. Marianne Götz is a trained cook and provides for the culinary well-being after a strenuous hike or an extensive ski tour to Piz Mez. With skis and snowboards, the Tigia is easily accessible from the Heidi slope (No. 20/21) or from Tgeps (No. 16/17).
If you would like to enjoy the beautiful ambience longer, the cozy rooms invite you to spend the night.
By PostBus from Chur to Savognin or by Rhaetian Railway to Tiefencastel and from there by PostBus to Savognin. With the Savognin cable cars to Tigignas or Somtgant and on foot to Tigia.
Take the Thusis Süd exit and continue in the direction of St. Moritz to Savognin. In summer, turn into Cunter and go via Riom/Parsonz/Tigignas to Tigia (Radons).
At the Savognin cable cars or in summer directly in Tigia/Radons (attention: paying office in Parsonz).
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