Hiking Trail Obersays
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Obersays can be easily reached by public transport, four daily Postbus trips make this possible. However, the trip must be registered by phone at least 1 hour before departure. The well-developed road also allows the journey by private car. Right at the Postbus stop is an overview map of the area around the former Walser settlement Stams. On the forest and alpine path we leave Obersays. At the Zazaschgrank car park we take the path in the direction of Spundätscha. At the exit of the forest, the now narrowing road leads to the left and quite steeply up over meadows to the Maiensäss Spundätscha.
Continue between the houses and on the open pastures in the direction of Zanutscher Boden. When climbing, it is worth taking a look back from time to time. The view towards the Grisons Oberland is increasingly fantastic. On the highest point of the hike at Zanutscher Boden you can see the Dolomites of the Rätikon with the well-known peaks Falknis, Schesaplana, Drusenfluh and Sulzfluh.
This is followed by the descent over pastures and through the alder forest down to the former Walser village of Stams. The small mountain restaurant (open every day from the beginning of May to the end of October) invites you to linger and enjoy. At the Artimi viewpoint there is a special wooden monument in memory of the Poles interned here (1942 - 1944). Always following the alpine road, the starting point in Obersays is soon reached.
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