With stroller to the Reservoir Curnera

Simple
9 km
2:45 h
291 mhd
291 mhd
Lai Curnera im Juni. Der See ist noch nicht gefüllt.
Beginn der Wanderung

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Verkehrsfreie Strasse zum Stausee
Hike to Val Curnera, where the local spotlights take your precious rock crystals out of the rocks.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 1/6
Highest Point  2040 m
Lowest Point  1831 m
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Start Alp Milez on the Oberalp pass route
Destination Curnera Dam
Coordinates 46.649686, 8.68347

Description

We hike on the asphaltroad road of the power plants Vorderrhein, which is closed to traffic, to the dam in Val Curnera. The slope is even and pleasant. At the point 1984 we find a bench, where we take the first break with a beautiful view of Chamut. Now the path leads into the Val Curnera and with the field engraver we can perhaps see the spotlights at work on the opposite side. The valley is very rich in minerals and extraordinary crystal finds are made here again and again. Don't be scared if it's blown up. Nothing happens to us on our side. At the point 2039 we are higher than the dam and now a slight descent begins. Arriving at the crown of the dam, we see up to the back into the valley, where we can see isolated Alps. The way back is on the same route

Geheimtipp

Afterwards visit to the Mineral Museum in Sedrun (Tue and Fri 15.00 - 18.00)

Sicherheitshinweis

3.5 hours must be calculated for return and return

Directions

From the junction at the Oberalppass road at point 1831 to the Maighelshütte we follow the paved road to the dam wall and back on the same path.

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