Tomasee - Trail

15.4 km
3:00 h
888 mhd
856 mhd
An der Rheinquelle
Alp Milez

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Sport with culinary delights in the Rhine spring region.
Technique 3/6
Fitness /6
Highest Point  2393 m
Lowest Point  1623 m
Best Season

Start Chamut
Destination Chamut
Coordinates 46.65498, 8.707098


In Tschamut we start with a short descent to the Rhine. Along the lively water we walk over pastures and through alpine rose trees uphill. At the height of the Alp Milez we meet the access road to the Maighelshütte, which we can leave again and again. At Plidutscha we relax briefly on a flat section and two or three bends further we already see our intermediate destination, the Maighelshütte. After a refreshment we continue the way, it goes up to the Tomasee, which offers very special colors and weather conditions at any time of the year. Incredible - the lake is also the Rhine spring and this water travels over a thousand kilometers to the North Sea! For us, however, it is not quite that far - towards the Oberalppass our valley run starts quite loosely, first over a stony path, later on a high-altitude path until just before the pass height. The following route, which runs partly on the route of the old railway line to Chamut, is almost affectionately called "Senior Trail" by the locals. But we feel very comfortable here, the way is ideal for a loose run. 


refreshment we find with a jump into the water of the Lai Urlaun. The Maighelshütte with cappucino and fruit cake provides culinary delights.




The trail is available from approx. Open in mid-June. Individual snowfields are then still possible. There is enough water on the way.


From Tschamut we follow the signposted hiking trail to the Maighelshütte. Below the hut we meet the hiking route no. 49, on which we walk until shortly before the Oberalp Pass. As soon as the pass route is reached, we change to the other side of the road and find the hiking trail here, along the railway line to Tschamut

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