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Bivio - Septimerpass - Casaccia

Medium
12.8 km
4:00 h
563 mhd
870 mhd
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In the footsteps of the Romans: The Septimer Pass was considered one of the most important Alpine crossings in Roman times. Emperors, kings and merchants, they all crossed the Alps via the Septimer route.
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Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  2329 m
Lowest Point  1469 m
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Start
Bivio
Destination
Casaccia
Coordinates
46.468433, 9.650155

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Description

The hike starts in Bivio and leads through the Val Tgavretga up to the Septimer Pass and via Maroz Dora to Casaccia. At the Plang Camfer and at the top of the pass you can still discover the remains of the old Roman road. At a later time, the pass was used by the Bergeller farmers to settle Bivio. Initially, people only stayed in the Alps around Bivio during the summer, but later some settled in Bivio all year round. Hence the influence of the Italian language in Bivio.

This hike is a section of the Via Sett - cultural and long-distance hiking trail from Chur to Chiavanna (It) through three valleys and three language cultures.

From Casaccia take the PostBus back to Bivio.

Geheimtipp

At the top of the Septimer pass you can still see the remains of the old Roman road.

Ausrüstung

Sturdy footwear and practical outdoor clothing are recommended.

Directions

Bivio 1771 m. - Alp Tgavretga 2167 m. - Septimer Pass 2310 m. - Maroz Dora 1797 m. - Casaccia 1458 m.From
Casaccia by PostAuto back to Bivio.

Directions

Public Transport

With the Rhätischen Bahn from Chur to Tiefencastel. Then take the PostBus to Bivio. Or by Postbus from Chur/St.Moritz to Bivio.

Parken

Behind the Hotel Guidon.

Parking is free from mid-May to mid-November.

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