Cultural trail in Münster
There is a red information pillar in front of the office of Obergoms Tourismus AG in Münster. It serves as the starting point for the culture trail. Free brochures for the autodidactic village tour are available in a compartment. They contain historical background information and information about the buildings and structures on the tour.
The Münster + Geschinen cultural trails were initiated by the association Kulturlandschaft Münster-Geschinen. Since its founding in 2006, it has been promoting the rich cultural heritage of the Upper Pomeranian villages of Münster and Geschinen. The association relies on numerous locals as well as many guests of our region. More than 100 members support the activities of the association.
Safety informationThe use of the theme trails is at your own risk. Obergoms Tourismus AG disclaims all liability and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of the information on this website.
Local conditions may entail changes to routes.Take a map with you or download the complete description of the route with a large-scale map.
Carry additional sun protection with you. UV rays at high altitudes can be very strong, especially in winter, even when the sky is overcast.
Tips, hints and links
Getting thereFrom Brig follow cantonal road No 19 (Furkastrasse) for 33 km to Münster. The Goms valley is also easily accessible from direction Zurich / Lucerne via Andermatt – car transport Furka.
The Alpine passes Furka, Grimsel and Nufenen are closed in winter.
ParkingPublic parking spaces are available in the vicinity of the railway station or in the village of Münster. Follow the local parking guidance system.
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- Waterproof footwear and walking sticks
- Hat and warm protective outdoor clothing
- Sun protection
- Detailed map or information material