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Far more than just a "Büel": The Hohbüel is a quietly located and easy-to-reach panoramic peak in the middle of the spectacular Vals mountains.
Already visible from the valley floor, the Hohbüel sits proudly above the wide soils of Alp Selva and thus shapes the townscape. As the pre-summit of an independent mountain range in the rear Valsertal, its central location and moderate altitude make it an always attractive vantage point.
After successful summit ascent, an additional highlight is a short detour to the nearby Selvasee.
Requirements: For good mountain hikers technically easy tour (T3), which requires caution in wet, cold and snow in the summit area.
On this hike they 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 Valé either directly and steeply via Balma or a little more leisurely on the conventional hiking trail (old Zerfreilaweg) up to Inder Bord (1472 m, 30 min.). Continue uphill through the Marcheggawald to the Heinisch Stafel above the tree line (2041 m, 1 h 15 min.). From then on for 45 minutes on the hiking trail in the direction of Selvasee, until the Hohbüel comes into sight.
Finally, in another 45 minutes, hike pathlessly over simple terrain directly in the direction of Hohbüel and climb pleasantly over the northeast ridge to the summit with a wonderful view of the surrounding Vals mountains.
On the way back (2 hours) turn off at the Heinisch Stafel and hike into the valley to Inder Peil. By hiking bus back to Vals.
Coming to Vals by PostBus from Ilanz.
Via Chur-Ilanz to Vals.
Parking "Bidem" (for a fee) near the village square.
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