Alp Pazzola Trail, Gipfeltour
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Extended ascent to a fantastic viewpoint. (signaled)
At the information board in Fadretsch we follow the signpost with the number 610 and shortly afterwards we cross the Rein da Medel on a historic stone bridge. After the pretty chapel in Pali we walk on a snow-covered road uphill to its end. This is followed by an ascent to the Maiensässen in Plauns, which can go quite a bit in the legs in fresh snow. On a longer and flat section through the forest we take a deep breath and between the fir trees new views of mountain and valley are always possible. On the hill of Stagia we dive into a shady forest for a long time. Only when we see our destination, the buildings of Alp Pazzola, do we have sun on our faces again. Here we leave Route 610 and we hike in open terrain towards the alp, which is located on a hilltop. Once at the top, the deep views are wonderful. To the west we see Sedrun and to the east lies the Surselva and Disentis at our feet. We look for a sunny spot between the alpine huts and rest, because it would be a pity to start the way back right away.
Ascent variant: Start in Mompé Medel and climb on the north side to Stagias. (better snow reliability)
Descent variant: At the last junction of Route 610 follow to Tegia Nova, with descent to Platta
The route is signposted, but those unfamiliar with the area are advised to print out the topo map to the tour and carry it with them. Walk back from Alp Pazzola along the same path.
Safety equipment not required
At the start board in Fadretsch/Curaglia we follow the signs no. 610 to the left to the Maiensässen in Plauns and to Stagias. At the signpost turn left on the snow-covered alpine road to Alp Pazzola. After the forest, we leave Route 610 and continue walking in a straight direction. The descent takes place on the same route.
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