Panoramawanderung zwischen Piz Mundaun und Péz Sezner
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An all-round view as it is found on the Piz Mundaun is extraordinary. Numerous mountain ranges merge in the distance to form the Alpine massif. It is not for nothing that it is also called the "Graubünden" Rigi and is considered one of the most beautiful panoramic mountains in Switzerland. The hiking trail leads from summit to summit, so that the individual mountain peaks form stage destinations again and again. Whether it's straight up, down or straight ahead, the view never disappoints. On the Péz Sezner, in addition to the obligatory summit cross, there is also a summit book in which the tired but happy hikers can register.
The hike can be started on foot, with one of the three mountain railways or with one of the hiking buses from various points. Some suggestions:
On foot or by hiking bus to the middle station Wali. Take the cable car to Stein or hike up to Péz Sezner.
Hike to point 2002, between Stein and Hitzeggen.
On foot or by hiking bus to the Cuolm Sura middle station. Ride with the mountain railway or hike to Piz Mundaun
On foot or by hiking bus to the middle station Triel. Ride on the mountain railway or hike to Hitzeggen
With the hiking bus from Vella to Alp Sezner.
Walk towards the forest of S. Carli. After crossing the forest, at the restaurant Bündner Rigi, the hiking trail to Piz Mundaun begins.
Hike to Péz Sezner.
Please note the travel timesBergbahnen and hiking buses
Information regarding the closure of hiking and biking trails due to wolf presence can be found here
Postbus line 90.441 Ilanz - Vrin
Hiking bus bus Lumnezia (please note timetables):-
Vella - Triel middle station
- Vella – Péz Sezner
Bergbahnen Triel – Hitzeggen (please note travel times)
Postbus line 90.451 Ilanz – Obersaxen
Hiking bus Obersaxen Mundaun (please note timetables)
- Meierhof – Wali
- Meierhof – Cuolm Sura
Bergbahnen Wali – Stein, Cuolm Sura – Péz Mundaun (please note timetables)
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