Historic sites Disentis Sedrun
Hexenplatte - Platta dil Barlot
On Alp Caschlé is the platta dil barlot, a rather large, flat stone. Witches had transported him on a spider thread from the opposite Alp Culmatsch over the Val Milar and danced on it. That's why you can still find imprints on this plate today - footprints of witches.
Beware of enraging, laughing at or plaguing the witches in this place. Otherwise they will take revenge. But if you as a visitor make a dance on the record, the witches are enormously happy. They are there - somewhere!
By train From Disentis or from Andermatt to Sedrun. Hike through the Val Strem to the Hexenplatte: approx., 2.5 hours
By car from Disentis or Andermatt to Sedrun
Parking at Sedrun train station (for a fee)
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