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Between the Walser village of Medergen and the Latschüelfurgga, a rugged, seemingly insurmountable rock face rises up. But hikers do not need crampons or a rope to climb. You should only be free of vertigo. Like a snake, a red, spectacular wooden staircase makes its way through the rock.


220 steps set in iron form the 200-meter-long step at Medergen, as the passage is called. And while you should rather not look down when climbing up, you are welcome to take a look back or forward towards Davos when you arrive at the top of the Latschüelfurgga. The long-distance hiking trail more than lives up to its name Mittelbündner Panoramaweg here at the top of the pass at 2409 m above sea level.M. 


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