Lag Serein - Trail

Difficult
10.5 km
2:30 h
931 mhd
289 mhd
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Windverbauung in Plaun tir

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Vor dem Lag Serein
Going up - to Lag Serrein
Technique 2/6
Fitness 5/6
Highest Point  2151 m
Lowest Point  1220 m
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Start Disentis valley station
Destination Caischavedra mountain station
Coordinates 46.700967, 8.841596

Description

At the valley station of the Disentis cable cars we start into the Val Clavaniev.  Here we choose the challenging ascent on the hiking trail through the forest, to Plaun Grond and on to the height of the Maiensäss Truaisch. The section up to Casa Lavinaras gives us some relaxation, so that we can afford beautiful deep views of the valley while running. From here on we have to do quite a bit again. In short bends we quickly gain altitude again, but as soon as we reach Plaun Tir, the worst is over. Under the rugged rocks of Piz Cavardiras and Piz Acletta we walk towards the Lag Serein. The crystal clear and turquoise blue lake is a true pearl among the mountain lakees and tempts us to a longer break and a refreshing swim. On the last section to Caischavdra we breathe deeply and enjoy the view of the glacier world on the opposite side of the valley. The cable car ride into the valley is a very relaxed end to the tour.

 

 

 

Geheimtipp

From Val Clavaniev to Casa Lavinaras, everything can also be walked on a forest road, where the slope is more moderate.

Sicherheitshinweis

Carry enough water - No fountains on the way

Directions

From the valley station of the Disentis cable cars ascending into Val Clavaniev to the footbridge over the stream. Cross these, it now goes alternately next to and through the forest to Plaun Grond. From there up on narrow trails through the forest. Through the avalanche barrier to the hut on the Tir. Follow the path again to Lag Serein. Now you are constantly going up and down to the Caischavedra mountain station. Descent by cable car

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