341 Roccabella-Winterwanderweg

Simple
5.4 km
3:00 h
176 mhd
176 mhd
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An excursion through the Bivio winter landscape into the open Val Tgavretga at the foot of the Roccabellas with a wonderful view of the skiing area of Bivio.
Technique 2/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  1945 m
Lowest Point  1769 m
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Start Bivio
Destination Bivio
Coordinates 46.467834, 9.650436

Description

Leaving Bivio, the idyllic mountain village between the Julier pass and the Marmorera reservoir, the idyllic winter hiking trail leads to Val Tgavretga. The start can be found at the south-eastern edge of the village.

The route runs along the old Roman road, through a gully and onto the sunny plain of Suallas. After the hamlet of Allago, the trail turns south and leads towards the historic Septimer Pass along the foot of the local mountain, Roccabella. From the Mott’Eta hill (1,944 m above sea level), the highest point on the route, there is a wonderful view of Bivio, an idyllic village known as the «jewel on Julier». The route now descends to the hamlet of Motalla in the Val Tgavretga, where it crosses the Eva dal Sett river over a small bridge. It continues downhill via Tua and back to the starting point.

There are several benches along the trail where hikers can enjoy magnificent views of the village, the Val Tgavretga and the imposing Roccabella. The hiking tour is something for nature lovers, who enjoy the peace.

Geheimtipp

After the tour have a stop in one of the comfortable restaurants in Bivio.

Sicherheitshinweis

Please refer to the current Lawinenbulletin.

Directions

Bivio - Tua - Tgavretga - Alac - Bivio

The winter hiking trail is signposted with the SwitzerlandMobility route field 341.

From Bivio Postplatz, the winter hiking trail leads past the Hotel Post and up towards Tgavretga. Cross the cantonal road at Alac and return to Bivio.

 

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