Segnas - Prau Sura Tour

Simple
5.2 km
2:00 h
322 mhd
322 mhd
Prau Sura mit Piz Muraun im Hintergrund
Aufstieg durch den Winterwald

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Run Cunel
A snowshoeing experience on the sunny side of the valley. (signaled)
Technique 2/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  1627 m
Lowest Point  1305 m
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Start Segnas
Destination Segnas
Coordinates 46.694746, 8.828362

Description

We start our tour at the upper end of the village of Segnas and at the beginning we meet skiers from time to time. For the first 15 minutes we hike along the valley descent in Val Segnas. But then we turn left onto a forest path into the forest and slowly climb up to the first huts of Run Cunel.

At the Maiensässen in Prau Sura we take a break. Inspired by one of the sunlit huts, we enjoy the silence and the view of the Piz Medel. We do a few laps in the open field in the fresh snow before we start the descent to Mompe Tujetsch. This leads us through a forest that seems fairytale-like. As soon as we meet the winter hiking trail, we pack the snowshoes on the backpack and hike back to Segnas. At the end we treat ourselves to coffee and cake in the homely Ustria Cresta at the bottom of the village.

Geheimtipp

At the starting point in Segnas we find a starting board with further information about the tour.

Sicherheitshinweis

Do not leave the path through the forest (wild rest zone). The route is marked, but those unfamiliar with the area are advised to print out the topo map for the tour and carry it with them.

Directions

Above the village of Segnas we follow the pink signage and we walk into the Val Segnas to the turnoff on the left, to Prau Sura. On a wide path we reach the highest point after about 1 hour. Now we keep to the south, either we follow the signs or we make our own tracks over the open field. At the well in Prau Sura, the path now leads downhill through a forest to Mompe Tujetsch. From here we hike back to Segnas without snowshoes.

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