Suspension Bridge - Tour

Simple
4.6 km
1:30 h
217 mhd
217 mhd
Hängebrücke aus Lärchenholz
Pali mit Kapelle

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Blick zurück auf Curaglia
An entertaining hiking tour for dizziness-free
Technique 1/6
Fitness 1/6
Highest Point  1442 m
Lowest Point  1267 m
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Start Curaglia
Destination Curaglia
Coordinates 46.672959, 8.858287

Description

We start our hike in Curaglia on the little-used road to Mutschnengia, and soon we can turn left onto a track. We cross the Rein da Medel via a Roman Bridge.  It is believed that already in the Middle Ages the merchants and pilgrims crossed the creek at this place. We also look at the pretty little chapel in Pali, which dates back to the 17th century. From here, the path climbs evenly until we finally reach the edge of the forest on a hiking trail. 

After a short and steep descent we see them! The suspension bridge made of larch wood has a wingspan of almost 100 meters and in the middle we have a low view of 40 meters. It was created by forestwart apprentices in just 4 weeks.

Between the sunburnt houses and stables of the village of Mutschnengia we find some beautiful photos. Time seems to have stood still.

At the lower end of the village we find the trail back to the valley and back to Curaglia.

Geheimtipp

In the panoramic restaurant Cuntera we enjoy a "Marenda Medellina" or a dessert.

Sicherheitshinweis

The path is not completely feasible for strollers (short but steep hiking trail section in the forest)

Directions

From the Lukmanier Pass route we follow the signpost to Mutschnengia. Before we arrive at the creek, we turn left onto the road. A little later, a hiking trail branches off down to the stream and on the other side to the Pali Chapel. On a forest path we gain altitude up to the junction to a hiking trail that leads to the edge of the forest. Now we descend slightly until we reach the suspension bridge. From Mutschnengia, the hiking trail leads past the Hotel Cuntera down the valley to the stream again. Then follows the last ascent up to Curaglia.

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