Oberalp- Sedrun - Trail
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When we start at the Oberalp Pass, we are already warmed up at the Tiarms Pass. After the descent into Val Val, a mostly straight road leads out to Milez, from where we can easily overlook the valley and our route.
In Val Giuv we follow the signposted hiking trail no. 85 to Sedrun, the Senda Sursilvana.Es goes up and then down again - but above all it remains varied. Sometimes over meadows, then again through the forest we reach the bridge in Val Strem. We are located in the middle of the rockslide area of 2016. Nature has left impressive traces here but at the moment the mountain is quiet and we are on the safe side. Unfortunately, since then, direct access to the waterfalls in Bauns, which we see from here, has been blocked. Passing the Maiensässen in Valtgeva we reach the moat of the village stream Drun. The name is derived from "Dargun", which means dragon in German. Because the harmless stream can become an angry dragon in heavy rain and trigger a debris flow. Today it is quite tame and we reach the station unscathed.
By car from Zurich via Chur to Sedrun. By train to the Oberalp Pass.
Or from Lucerne via Andermatt to Oberalp Pass. Return to the starting point by train.
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