250 Nordic Surselva
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Cross-country skiing along the Rhine is a pleasure for young and old, for beginners and experts. With all loops there are over 30 km of trails, groomed according to the latest technology, classic and skating. (Disentis - Trun- Disentis)
The runners start in Disentis, at the monastery courtyard in Salaplauna. After a first loop on a large meadow follows a sporty descent down to the Rhine. The quiet sound of the water is from now on a constant companion, the trail runs sometimes on the left, then again on the right side of the Rhine and leads through alder forests and over flat meadows. In Surrein there are restaurants and in Trun you can still enjoy culture. Because next to the trail is the Senda d'Art, where remarkable art objects by various local artists can be seen in the wild.
If you still have enough energy, you can ski back from Trun to Disentis. For Plaisir athletes, the return trip by train is recommended.
Night trail: On the 5 km long night trail in Trun, you glide along in floodlights on 6 weekdays. (Monday to Saturday) from 18.00 – 21.00.
Sonnenloipe: On the 3.5km long loop Salaplauna-Rieven you can do laps as often as you like.
Training trail: The 1.5km long circular trail in Fontanivas already has snow-making capabilities at the beginning of winter and is ideal for training.
Cross-country trail report: www.nordic-surselva.ch (In case of lack of snow, it is possible that only individual sections of the trail are open)
Segnas trail: If snow conditions permit, a circular trail of approx. 5 km is also prepared in Segnas.
Refreshments in Surrein
At the cross-country ski trail entrance in Disentis we follow the signs downhill in the direction of Trun. Or in Trun in the direction of Disentis. But we can also stay in Disentis and do some loops. The same goes for Trun.
The Oberalp Pass has a winter closure. There is a car transport.
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