Sedrun- Rueras Round Trip

Simple
5.5 km
1:30 h
138 mhd
138 mhd
Zwischen Sedrun und Rueras
Wir starten beim Bahnhof Sedrun

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Rueras
Cosy round trip with refreshments.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 1/6
Highest Point  1442 m
Lowest Point  1339 m
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Start Sedrun
Destination Sedrun
Coordinates 46.681455, 8.769016

Description

In the high winter we start the hike only after the MIttag, because the section along the valley is still in the shade in the morning. The trail leads first over little-used quarter roads, later on a groomed winter hiking trail to the railway station in Rueras. The bench at the railway house is protected from the wind and is highly sought after by sun-seekers. In an arc we circle the village of Rueras and reach down to the valley bottom, very close to the Rhine. The Ustria Campadi is also open in winter and features a sunny terrace and a cosy restaurant with a wood-burning stove.

Along the cross-country ski run, we continue to the power station The ascent to Camischolas and up to the station is more obligatory than free. We're starting to get on with it.

Geheimtipp

On Sundays, steam noodles are served at The Ustria Campadi.

Sicherheitshinweis

Keeping dogs on a leash

Directions

From the train station we walk in a westerly direction to the Strem Bach. Here we turn right and after the last houses we reach the winter hiking trail below the railway line to Rueras. Now we follow the road towards the village, but turn right again at the first possibility. As soon as the road ends, we can change a bit to a hiking trail. Before the Milà stream we turn left to the main road. Directly opposite, the road leads into the village. After the first house, after the stream, we turn right and reach the Ustria Campadi. The way back is along the cross-country ski trail in an easterly direction. At the power plant we walk on the road to the left to Camischolas and up to the train station.  

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