Lü - Piz Terza - Pass Costainas - Lü
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A circular hike to the highest point (Piz Terza) you can enjoy a beautiful view. Refreshment stops in Lü and on Alp Champatsch.
The section from Lü to Valmorain is described in the book Wanderwelt Val Müstair with a different route guidance (no official hiking trail!). Therefore, we make sure that they adhere to the route given here.
#PIZstürmer-Challenge 2021: Become a summiteer again this year. From the beginning of July to mid-October 2021, you will again receive a regional reward when climbing the summit. For more information, see val-muestair.ch/pizstuermer-challenge
The tour was evaluated in favorable weather conditions, the current weather conditions and weather forecasts must be observed before the start of the tour.
144 Emergency call, first aid
1414 Mountain Rescue REGA
112 International emergency call
Good footwear, rain and sun protection, water bottle, bandages.
From Lü, a steep climb leads over the Fuorcla Sassalba to Piz Terza. The descent takes place on the same route.
- With the Rhaetian Railway (from Chur, Landquart/Prättigau, from the Upper or Lower Engadine) hourly to Zernez
- Continue by PostBus from Zernez or from Val Müstair and Mals every hour to Fuldera. Change to the PostBus route to Lü.
- From the north: via Landquart – Klosters by car transport through the Vereina tunnel (Selfranga - Sagliains) or over the Flüela Pass to Zernez on H27. From Zernez on the H28 towards Val Müstair to Furom near Fuldera, then turn left to Lü.
- From the east: via Reschen Pass (Nauders) on the SS40 to Mals. From Mals on the SS41 to the Swiss border to Müstair. From Müstair on the H28 direction Zernez to Furom at Fuldera, then turn right to Lü.
- From the south: Via Bolzano and Merano on the SS40 to Mals. From Mals on the SS41 to the Swiss border to Müstair. From Müstair on the H28 to Furom near Fuldera, turn right to Lü.
Parking available at the entrance to the village in Lü.
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