With stroller Tschamut-Milez-Sedrun

Simple
9 km
2:45 h
228 mhd
478 mhd
Hütte Las Palas mit den zwei Eseln
Hütte Las Palas mit Blick ins Tal

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Die Esel sind ganz lieb
Stroller-suitable hike on asphalted side roads and with refreshment.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 1/6
Highest Point  1882 m
Lowest Point  1407 m
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Start Chamut
Destination Sedrun
Coordinates 46.656091, 8.707466

Description

We take the train to Chamut. Through a young forest we walk in two long bends up to the height of Sharina. If we need a break on the way, we will find nice resting benches on the wayside. Or we move through to Milez, where we take a break on the terrace of the Alpine hut Las Palas. Sun loungers tempt you to stay a little longer. We overlook the whole Tujetsch with its villages and factions and the horizon is dotted with numerous peaks with and without eternal snow.

On a barely used road, through pastures and meadows with a great variety of flowers, we then hike to the valley. Where the chapel Giuv stands, in the 18th century there was still a small hamlet with more than 20 inhabitants and several houses. In an avalanche almost everything was destroyed, only the chapel remained undamaged. 

Via Rueras, Zarcuns and Camischolas Sura we return to Sedrun station

Geheimtipp

The Alphütte Las Palas is open in dry weather. There is homemade cake with whipped cream!

Directions

From the train station in Chamut we follow the paved road uphill to the height of Shariname. Up to Milez, at the same height, the road is not paved. At the Milez restaurant we choose the paved road back into the valley to the main road. After 5 minutes we turn left in Rueras towards the train station, but after 100 meters we go straight and reach Zarcuns. We leave the houses on the right and walk in a small arc over Camischolas Sura and on to Sedrun station.

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