Trail of the Senses in Curaglia

4.9 km
2:30 h
381 mhd
381 mhd
Erde rinnt durch die Finger
Es geht ins Tal hinein

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wir werden zum Wassertreten ermuntert
On this theme path we discover our senses. We hear, smell, see and feel.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  1704 m
Lowest Point  1341 m
Best Season

Start Curaglia
Destination Curaglia
Coordinates 46.673152, 8.859129


Only rarely are we aware of our senses in everyday life. We usually see, hear, smell, feel and taste automatically. On the trail of the senses we are asked to consciously perceive our senses. In addition to the suggestions for our senses, we also find a lot of interesting facts about the Val Medel on various information boards. 
We hear the quiet sound of the wind, smell the scent of a tree bark, immerse ourselves in the beauty of a flower, taste fresh spring water or feel soft moss under our bare feet.

The trail of the senses starts above Curaglia and leads us through a beautiful, almost untouched landscape. We walk through forests and meadows, pass small and large streams and we can enjoy a breathtaking view above Biscuolm. From here the trail runs straight to Pardatsch and on to Gliarauns, from where we hike back down to Curaglia.
The only hiking time is 2-3 hours. However, we take our time and plan a whole day for the hike, because we want to experience everything intensively.


Take a small bath towel with you and maybe a blanket for a nap in nature.


The ascent from the bisquolm chapel to the highest point of the round is a bit steep.

In the case of the streams, the children must be supervised.


This themed trail is specially signposted and starts above the village. It leads first into a small valley with a stream and then relatively steeply ascending to Biscuolm with the pretty chapel Sontga Brida. Just a few meters after the chapel is the fireplace. This is followed by another short steep ascent to the Holzliege, the highest point of the hike. After Pardatsch we cross the road and walk on a hiking trail to the Maiensässen Gliarauns and on to Curaglia.

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