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Opened in 2004, the mountain hiking trail over the Furggelti offers an interesting and challenging circular hike with spectacular views of the high alpine Läntatal.
At the far end of Vals, the mighty massif of the Güferhorn divides the alpine high valleys of the Canal and Läntatal valleys. Right through the middle, between Zervreila- and Furggeltihorn, the Furggeltiweg is one of the most attractive pass hikes in the region. The long ascent leads directly above Lake Zervreila up to a good 2700 m and the steep descent finally compensates with the fantastic panorama of the highest peaks and mightiest glaciers of the Valsertal. The way back from the Länta hut SAC to Zervreila is much flatter and rewards persistent hikers with numerous refreshment stops.
Rest in the cozy Lampertschalp (approx. Mid / end of June to approx. Open at the end of September) or in the Länta Hut SAC (up to approx. Open mid-October).
partly exposed areas. A head for heights and sure-footedness are a prerequisite.
On this hike you have to reckon with suckler cows.
Detailed information about the behavior: https://www.wandern.ch/de/wandern/sicher-unterwegs/mutterkuhherden
Solid, rainproof, warm clothing. Robust mountain or trekking boots. Gloves, hat, sun protection. Hiking poles, food and drinks from the backpack, emergency pharmacy, topographic map, altimeter, compass, mobile phone, flashlight.
From the chapel Zervreila (1984 m) in about 30 minutes down to the canal bridge (1865 m) and some 100 meters later at the first turn left follow the hiking trail over Furggelti. In about 2 hours 30 minutes through increasingly stony terrain up to the Furggelti (2712 m). Descent (2 hours) over steep slopes down to länta Hut SAC (2089 m) and out of the valley to Lampertschalp (1 hour, 1991 m). Follow the trail in 1 hour 30 minutes via Ochsastafel and Canalbrücke back to Zervreila.
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