The water that flows from the Rhine at Rotterdam in the North Sea comes from the Grisons, from lake Toma or the Lai da Tuma (2344m above sea level) at the foot of the Piz Badus near Disentis Sedrun. From there the Rhine arises as the “Vorderrhein” - the official source of the Rhine. About 50 million people live along the 1230 km long Rhine, most of them have a strong emotional relationship to the River. There exist numerous stories, songs and poems. Discover the idyllically situated source of the Rhine, the original nature and culture of Disentis Sedrun. What about a visit to the restaurant “Rheinquelle” in Tschamut? The guestbook of the pass hotel includes famous names: C.F. Meyer wrote his storied roman “Jürg Jenatsch” in that hotel. Jenatsch is considered as a hero of the time of Reformation of the years 1930. The Rhine flows through the upper Surselva, trails 16km to Ilanz between huge boulders, limestone walls and bizarre forms of erosion in the Rhine canyon, the “Little Swiss Grand Canyon”. In Reichenau the river flows together with the Hinterrhein and flows together all the way to Rotterdam.