Mit Kinderwagen, Dorfrunde Disentis
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Entertaining round trip over the fractions of Acletta and Segnas. T1
We start the tour at the parking lot of the monastery and first we briefly visit the baroque monastery church. After passing the imposing monastery building, we walk along Via da Paders, later on neighborhood paths to Sontga Catrina. A lot has changed here in recent years. The new Catrina Resort offers everything you could want for a sporty or relaxing holiday. Once we have reached Acletta, we take a short seat on the forecourt of the Marienkapelle and enjoy the view of the mountain range of the Piz Medel. In Segnas, we stroll through the village center with well-kept Walser houses, pretty gardens and arcades and in the Ustria Cresta, at the bottom of the village, we secure a place on the sunny terrace and let the time pass with a coffee. The way back runs only downhill, via Buretsch, Cuoz and Acla da Fontauna, until we are back at our starting point.
If you like, return from Segnas by train to the starting point.
From the monastery of Disentis we follow the Via dils Paders to Sontga Catrina and to the valley station of the cable cars. On a low-traffic road we reach Acletta. After the chapel we keep left, past the Hotel Piz Ault. The road joins a dirt road. Before the stream we turn right. At the next junction we keep left again, cross the Segnas stream and reach the village of Segnas. At the southern end of the village, keep first to the left and right again at the old schoolhouse. The road leads down to Buretsch, where a natural road branches off to the left. We follow this through a small valley to the houses of Cuoz. Past the chapel you pass the houses to the cantonal road. We follow this to the left to the sports centre. After the sports center, at the stream, we find the turnoff along the stream down to the village, to the Wollkarderei. Now we follow the Quartierstrasse past the village church. The last 500 meters of the tour we have to cover on the main road.
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