610 Tegia Nova Trail, Rundtour
Show all 16 images
Extensive tour to over the tree line (signposted)
We start at the information board in Fadretsch. After crossing the historic stone bridge over the Rein da Medel, we go up to the pretty chapel in Pali. At first the slope is still moderate, but soon the signal shows us that we just have to somehow get the altitude difference to the Maiensässen in Plauns behind us. Afterwards we are on the road for a while in the shade, which does not cloud our experience. The winter forest is magical and on the snow-covered alpine road we make easy progress. After the last fir trees we try to keep the height and reach in an arc the lower hut of Tegia Nova. On the sunny south side we set up for an extensive break. The descent to Platta, through forest and open areas, makes us cheer. We let the snow fall under our shoes! Somersaults are also allowed!
The tour can basically be done in both directions. From Curaglia, however, the ascent is a little easier.
And if you like, you can make a detour to Alp Pazzola.
From Platta you can return to Curaglia by postbus. On foot about 30 minutes on the main road.
The route is signposted, but those who are not familiar with the area are advised to print out the topo map for the tour and carry it with them.
Safety equipment is only necessary to a limited extent on the marked path (avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe)
At the parish hall in Curaglia we follow the signs to Fadretsch, where there is an information board about the snowshoe trails. Now the signposted trail with the number 610 leads us to the Maiensässen in Plauns, and on to the hill Stagias. We turn left and stay on the route until we reach the forest, where the next junction is located. Turn left. After the last fir trees, keep the height over a field and in an arc to the lower hut Tegia Nova. Follow the signpost for the descent. In the forest we always find poles as markers that show us the way down to Platta.
Responsible for this content Sedrun Disentis Tourism SA.
This content has been translated automatically.
This website uses technology and content from the Outdooractive platform.