2-day hike Greina plateau

14.7 km
6:30 h
942 mhd
1297 mhd
Hängebrücke Punt la Greina
Sicht auf Puzzatsch

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The Greina is considered one of the most beautiful and largest plateaus in Switzerland. The 2-day hike with overnight stay in the Terri Hut is an unforgettable experience.
Technique 3/6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2430 m
Lowest Point  1280 m
Best Season

Start Puzzatsch/Vrin
Destination Runcahez/Val Sumvitg
Coordinates 46.638514, 9.065448


The first stage of the hike starts in Vrin/Puzzatsch. After a short stretch on the natural road, the path winds its way up to the Diesrut pass, past the alpine stables of the Tegia Sut. Steeper sections alternate with long ascents. Shortly after the pass, the view opens to the wide plain of the Greina with the meandering river. After descent into the plain, the trail leads over the suspension bridge over the Rein da Sumvitg.  Crossing the 65-metre-long and 40-metre-high bridge is certainly one of the highlights of this hike. After the bridge, a path continues to the Terri Hut.  

The second stage leads from the Terri Hut over the Crest la Greina to Runcahez. The descent is a bit more challenging , but you will be rewarded with a beautiful, very varied landscape. At several rocky passages, the path is secured with chains. Once in the valley floor, the trail follows the Rein da Sumvitg to The Alp da Tenigia. After crossing the bridge, a gravel road leads to the reservoir in Runcahez, where the bus stop is located.  

information regarding the closure of hiking and biking trails due to wolf presence can be found here


In uncertain weather conditions, the tour should not be started. Weather changes in the mountains are frequent. If a rain front or similar is raising during the hike, you should turn back in time.


Puzzatsch - Pass Diesrut - Suspension bridge Punt la Greina - Terrihütte

Terrihütte - Crest la Greina - Alp da Tenigia - Runcahez

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