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Alpentour Albulatal

25.3 km
8:40 h
1241 mhd
1352 mhd
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The Alpentour Albulatal is a mountain hike, which can be well divided, as ascents or descents are possible at every Maiensäss or Alpstafel.
Technique 0/6
Fitness 0/6
Highest Point  2001 m
Lowest Point  1084 m
Best Season
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Start
Meadows
Destination
Lantsch/Lenz
Coordinates
46.704852, 9.716032

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Description

From Davos Wiesen you climb to the Wiesner Alp. From there it continues on a high-altitude path to the Schmittner Alp. Partly over alpine pastures, partly through mountain forest and spectacular ravines, the

Mountain trail continues to Zaplina, in the middle of an impressive pine stand. With 2017 m u.M. this is the highest point of the hike with a magnificent view. Through deeply incised ravines, over ridge shoulders and through steep forest slopes, you reach the Alvaneuer Maiensässen «Aclas Dafora» and «Aclas Davains» via Rangleuna. The next part of the trail leads over the Brienzer Maiensässe Ruoinas. Soon you will be able to take a wonderful look at the castle ruins of Belfort from the 12th century. On the other side of the valley, between Surava and Alvaneu Bad, rises the "Crap Furò", the geographical centre of the canton of Graubünden. Since the "Brienzer Rutsch" closes the hiking trail above Brienz, the route here goes downhill towards the castle ruins. The last section leads through Brienz and Vazerol to Lantsch/Lenz.

Geheimtipp

Visit to the castle ruins of Belfort.

Directions

Public Transport

From Tiefencastel by train to "Davos Wiesen".

From Davos or Lenzerheide, we recommend taking the Postbus to "Davos Wiesen, Kirche".

Once in Lantsch/Lenz, the Postbus will take you to Davos, Lenzerheide or Tiefencastel.

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