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Almost thread-straight our trail runs into the Val Milar, up to the point 1898. Here we climb to the right in steep bends up to Alp Caschlé. A legend tells that witches transported a flat stone on a spider thread from the opposite Alp Culmatsch to Alp Caschlé and danced on it. But the hexenplatte / Platta dil Barlot is snowed in and we don't see any witches far and wide. Instead, we startled a few chamois. If we look north, we can already see our goal. A ski depot can be made at the foot of the Eastern Ridge, but if there is enough snow, the summit can be reached by skis. Because we do not find a summit cross with a summit book, we build a small stone man as a sign that we were here. We take our time to identify the mountains: Don't Piz Muraun, Cazirauns and Caschleglia look almost like the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau?
Option 1: Along the ascent track back to Val Milar.
Option 2: Via Stavel da Caschlé to Foppa Verda and along the edge of the forest (wild rest zone) into Val Milar. Be careful because of avalanches, if necessary slip a bit at the edge of the forest.
In the steep slope near Foppa Verda there is a risk of avalanches in high winter. After an avalanche, the slope is often snow-free.
From the car park in a northerly direction into Val Milar to the point 1899. In spring it can have avalanche trains in the valley area. Then steeply right up to ALp Caschlé and in an arc from the south and over the east ridge to the summit. Descent along the ascent track or to the Uaul Flurin.
Parking on the western outskirts of Rueras (free of charge)
The parking spaces at the Rueras train station have been dissolved
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