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From Segnas we hike below the Bostg to Sedrun, into bogn Sedrun. T2
At the train station in Segnas we first hike up to the village. During the French invasion in 1799, Segnas was spared fires, which preserved the farmhouses, which are now several hundred years old. On the road to the Alp Run Cunel we go comfortably uphill, then we change to a hiking trail which leads us after some bends to the Mises dil Bostg. It is the highest point of the hike, a reason to take a break and study the mountain panorama with and without eternal snow. Above Bugnei we meet a young forest, which was formed after the storm Vivian by reforestation and is now more species-rich than ever. The descent to Sedrun is quite easy, as the Bogn Sedrun with its wellness offers is waiting for us.
From Sedrun we return to Segnas by train
In the adventure pool of the Bogn Sedrun we find fun in the current channel or relaxation in the whirlpool loungers. In the wellness area we enjoy a steam bath or a sauna to relax the muscles and then lie down on a lounger in the fresh air.
Everything you need for a visit to Bogn Sedrun.
From the train station we walk north to Segnas, which is within sight. We follow the signposts through the village to the upper end. This is followed by a natural road that leads into Val Segnas. At the next junction we keep left towards Prau Sura.At Run Cunel we stay on the way a Stük straight out. We reach the junction on the hiking trail to the right, direction Bostg. At the Mises dil Bostg we stay at the same height and hike westwards towards Sedrun. We reach a crossroads where we go straight out. This is how we get to a road in Val Bugnei. We follow this for a while until the junction to the left towards Sedrun. This is followed by the descent through the Val Bugnei, which we leave above a water reservoir to the right. Don't miss it! On a high-altitude trail we continue walking until we see Sedrun with the Bogn Sedrun and the train station.
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