Alpine Mountain Hut / Kesch Trek (Stage 1)
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Either start the Kesch Trek in Dürrboden or at the Flüela Pass. We would recommend travelling to the starting point by public transport. Timetables are available online or can be obtained from the Davos Klosters Resort Tourist Office. Your destination on the first day is the Grialetsch Mountain Hut SAC, where you spend the night.
Complete tour: Alpine Mountain Hut / Kesch Trek (Complete tour)
Stage 2: Grialetsch Mountain Hut SAC - Kesch Mountain Hut SAC
Keen to explore a detour with incredible views? The Flüela Schwarzhorn (3,147 metres a.s.l.) is a 3,000-metre mountain with an easy ascent.
The Kesch Trek is an alpine mountain hike. It is essential that you properly assess the possible dangers than could occur in the high mountains. These routes require a good level of fitness.
The Kesch-Trek is an alpine mountain hike. The possible dangers in the high mountains must be correctly assessed. The hiking stages require a good physical condition.
In October and the end of April to the end of May, the Swiss Army conducts shooting exercises in the vicinity of S-chanf. Thus, the area between S-chanf and the Mountain Inn Dürrboden is closed during this time in the Scaletta and Grialetsch area (danger to life).
Es-cha-Hut SAC - Fuorcla Gualdauna (2491 m) - Albula Pass Ospiz (2312 m) - Lai Palpuogna (1918 m) - Preda, Rhaetian Railway Station or directly via Naz (1747 m) - Bergün (1367 m)
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