Etappe 6: Elm – Flims, 73.06 Sardona-Welterbe-Weg

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20.6 km
8:05 h
1700 mhd
1572 mhd
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After the Wakkerpreis village of Elm, the nearby Tschingelhoren with the Martinsloch fascinate on the tour over the pass dil Segnas. On the descent, after the alluvial and moor landscape Segnasboden, the landscape is increasingly characterized by the Flims landslide.
Technique 3/6
Fitness 5/6
Highest Point  2627 m
Lowest Point  960 m
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Start
Elm
Destination
Flims
Coordinates
46.922017, 9.172989

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Description

The first almost 500 meters of altitude difference up to the Tschinglen-Alpkann can be overcome with the Tschinglenbahn. There are also catering and accommodation options. This is followed by the steep ascent to the Brünschegg, from where the summit peaks of the Tschingelhörner are very clearly visible above the razor-sharp line of the Glarus thrust. Arrived at the Segnespass, you have a magnificent mountain panorama. The World War II cabin now serves as a mountain lodge cabin. This is followed by the steep descent over the lower Segnesebene (alluvial plain and moorland of national importance) to the Segneshütte, from where the Flimserstein becomes visible. West of the Flimserstein, the largest alpine landslide fell after the last ice age. Over the Trutg dil Flem it goes down to Flims, the destination or starting point of the Sardona World Heritage Trail.

Further information and links:

73 Discover Sardona World Heritage Trail:

Geheimtipp

Tours Highlight: Segnespass and Segnesebene

Sicherheitshinweis

Attention: On high-altitude sections, snowfields are possible until the summer months.

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