72 Prättigauer Höhenweg Etappe 4: Schesaplanahütte - Seewis

Medium
16.3 km
5:30 h
254 mhd
1210 mhd
Schesaplanahütte oberhalb Seewis
Prättigauer Höhenweg - Etappe 3 & 4 (Carschinahütte SAC - Landquart)

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Prättigauer Höhenweg
The last stage of the Prättigauer Höhenweg leads over green mats and alpine roads to Seewis Dorf.
Technique 3/6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  1899 m
Lowest Point  935 m
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Start Schesaplana Hut SAC
Destination Seewis village
Coordinates 47.044132, 9.683693

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Description

The stage starts at the foot of the highest mountain in the Rätikon, the Schesaplana. After a short section on the alpine road, a hiking trail follows, which leads past the Alpmuseum Fasons.  Let yourself be inspired by this museum for a moment. Afterwards you hike on a varied path to Alp Stürvis and on to Cani. There you will reach the Alpweg, which leads to Seewis Dorf. In Seewis you can expect great restaurants where you can toast the Prättigauer Höhenweg. You will also find good access to public transport.

The official route continues over the Fadärastein, the steeply winding path down to the picturesque Malans in the Bündner Herrschaft to Landquart.

 

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Geheimtipp

Rent a scooter in the Schesaplanahütte and enjoy the 1,000 metres of altitude difference down to Seewis Dorf with a rapid descent.

Sicherheitshinweis

The trail is classified as T2 (mountain hiking) according to the hiking scale SAC. Definition path / terrain: Path with continuous route and balanced gradients. If marked: white-red-white. Terrain partly steep, risk of falling not excluded. Definition Requirement: some sure-footedness. Trekking shoes are recommended. Elementary orientation ability.

Attention for dog owners:
As often seen in Graubünden, there are also several alpine pastures in the Rätikon, which are protected by herd protection dogs. Please note the official recommendations and the zones.

Ausrüstung

Good footwear, mountain hiking clothing adapted to the season (don't forget to change spare laundry!) and a map in your backpack are just as recommended as headgear, sunglasses and cream, water bottle and tour provisions. Touring poles increase sure-footedness and relieve the joints.

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