Lai Blau am Lukmanierpass
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The Lai Blau at the Lukmanier Pass is as blue as the name promises. T2
Where the Alp Santa Maria once stood with the first Marienhospiz and chapel, there is now a reservoir.
We start our hike at the dam crown. To warm up, the following road to Alpe Rondadura is ideal. Here we change to a hiking trail, which leads us steadily and in between also a bit steep, upwards. We walk through flower meadows and we cross small streams. The mountain panorama is peppered with two three-thousand-metre peaks. On the Scopi is a military radar station, which is accessed by an aerial cableway, but which can not be used publicly. During the construction of the facilities, the original nine-metre-higher summit was levelled. The Piz Rondadura closes the valley with 3016 meters in the southwest.
In front of us, a bubbling mountain stream indicates where the lake could be, but it hides until the end, because it is beautifully embedded in a hollow. It can also be circumnavigated over hill and dale. Or if you are not afraid of the cold water, dare a short bath.
A little west of the lake it has two more small and pretty little lakes. But the way there is not signaled.
Take a picnic with you
After crossing the dam wall, we hike on an alpine path to Alpe Rondadura. Here a marked hiking trail leads up to the lake. Back we hike on the same path.
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