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On the sunny side of the valley, we first hike on low-traffic roads to Disla, a pretty hamlet where various craftsmen used to make their way. Once a year, the doors of Webstube, Sennerei, Sawmill, and Grain Mill are opened to those interested. The Ustria Fravia, located next to the octagonal chapel, used to be a blacksmith and the décor tells of bygone times. From Disla, the trail leads us along the slope to Madernal. We now change the side of the river and after the last houses of Pardomat we dive into an alder forest, which is often quite enchantingly afflicted with roughness. Finally, we walk through cumpadials past beautiful farmhouses. Silence surrounds us - there are not many people living here anymore. From the Sumvitg/Cumpadials train station, we return by train.
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