Chrüzlipass - Etzlihütte, 2 days
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Hike over the Chrüzli Pass, following in the footsteps of pilgrims and packers. T3
Day 1: Since a large rockslide has made Val Strem impassable, we choose the route via Alp Caschlé, which unfortunately gives us 2 hours more hiking time than the normal route. From Alp Caschlé we have to lose another 300 meters of altitude to the valley in Bauns. In the apron of the glacier with the stream and moor landscape of the "Glatscher da Strem" we look for a nice place by the water to take a break before we start the steep climb to the Chrüzli Pass.
A whole series of cairns keep watch here and, as in earlier times, there is now a cross at the top of the pass.
Through the Chrüzlital, over log heaps and through dwarf shrub vegetation, we reach Müllersmatt with the meandering Etzlibach. The Etzlihütte is located on a slight hill. Here we let ourselves be pampered with culinary delights, or we even have the opportunity to take a bath in the Alpine herbs wooden tub.
Day 2: We start the climb to Mittelplatten on the other day early in the morning, when the slope is still in the shade. The path runs partly on larger flat rock slabs, partly on slightly slippery ground, but it is well marked throughout. Through the Val Milà, steadily downhill, we reach the Maiensässe in Pardatsch. The circular hike ends above Zarcuns and we hike back to Sedrun train station via Camischolas Sura.
An overnight stay in the Etzlihütte must be registered.
When we pack fresh fruits or vegetables for the hut keeper, the joy and gratitude will be great.
In March 2016 there was a rock fall in Val Strem. This hiking suggestion is an alternative option, because the valley remains closed until further notice. Direct access from Sedrun station to the waterfalls in Bauns is no longer possible. As of August 2022
Hiking equipment, swimming trunks for the vat
We start at Sedrun station in a westerly direction to Camischolas Sura. Here we turn uphill, cross the railway line and we hike into the valley until we reach the turnoff to the right. Above the Mises Grond we turn left again and a zigzag path leads us to Pegn dil Capi. We continue to follow the signs to Alp Caschlé. From here begins the steep descent in the lower part to Bauns. After the waterfalls in Bauns we have to be careful that we always stay to the left of the stream and do not miss the ascent to the Chrüzli Pass. Through the Chrüzlital we hike to the Etzlihütte, with a small ascent from the Müllersmatt. On the second day we descend briefly to Müllersmatt and follow the steep path to Mittelplatten. After the top stairs carved into the stone, we reach the power line pylons. Now it goes only downhill, through the Val Milà to Rueras. Before the railway line we turn left to Sedrun.
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