mia natira - Faschas Runde

Medium
11.5 km
4:05 h
775 mhd
775 mhd
Maiensässsiedlung Dumagns
Flockenblumen-Scheckenfalter

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Circular hike through meadows and pastures on the Schamserberg. Mathon – Mursenas – Faschas – Dumagns – Wergenstein – Mathon
Technique 3/6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2114 m
Lowest Point  1509 m
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Start
Mathon, GR
Destination
Mathon, GR
Coordinates
46.638968, 9.416204

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Description

Casper Nicca takes you on his hike along the meadows and pastures of the upper Schamserberg, where he meets different people. At selected locations, you can listen to the exciting audio stories via your smartphone. 

The Schamserberg with its near-natural cultural landscape characterized by centuries of cultivation is a habitat for a variety of animal and plant species. Dry meadows and pastures are among the most species-rich habitats in the cultural landscape. The hike takes you along the magnificent variety of meadows and pastures on the upper Schamserberg, to the observation bench.

At the start in Mathon is the exhibition «mia natira». It forms the heart of the project "Meadows and Pastures on the Schamserberg". The trailer, which has been converted into an interactive exhibition, is open daily. Here you will find the overview map of the upper Schamserberg, which shows selected located meadows and pastures and typical plant and animal species.

Geheimtipp

Exhibition «mia natira»

Sicherheitshinweis

In spring and autumn, suckler cows can be located near the paths. Deal with the animals slowly and with distance.

Ausrüstung

Full smartphone battery

Directions

Start of the hike is in Mathon. After the ascent to Meinsäss Mursenas it goes about 2.5 km at an altitude through dry meadows and pastures. At Faschas, the hiking trail crosses the Mountain Stream Valtschiel and leads past a flat moor. From here it goes down over pastures, which are partly ingrown with alders, to the Maiensäss Dumagns. The further descent takes place over grazed Trespenrasen down to Wergenstein. Through forest and larch forest pastures, the route leads back to Mathon.Note: A detour to the mountain village of Wergenstein is definitely worthwhile. Here you have the opportunity to stop, visit the Ibex Exhibition and take the PostBus back to Mathon.

Directions

Public Transport

By Postbus to Mathon, Dorf

Parken

public parking is available opposite the Muntsulej restaurant.

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