Piz Avat

12.9 km
4:00 h
1591 mhd
1591 mhd
Bei der Alp Crap Ner Sut noch im Nebel

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Gipfel in Sicht
Avat is Rhaeto-Romanesque and means abbot. That makes you curious!
Technique 3/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  2910 m
Lowest Point  1352 m
Best Season

Start Sogn Benedetg- Siltginas
Destination Piz Avat
Coordinates 46.73511, 8.934254


Until Siltginas, above Sogn Benedetg we drive and look for a parking space. Along the wild rest zone and on the summer trail we set off for the Alp Crap Ner Sut, which is idyllically in hibernation. There's a first break in there, although we haven't had half the climb yet. Below the Plaun Schigels we climb further, into a wide hollow, which gives us the direction and right past the Fuorcla Crap Ner. After a last flatter section, it is necessary to mobilize the forces again, because it becomes quite steep until we reach the ski depot. Over an airy ridge we go to the summit, with a summit cross and a 360 degree mountain panorama.  The deep view into the Surselva is denied to us, because we have caught one of the rare days with high fog. We spend our time with the Peak Finder on our smartphones, because you don't often have such a large selection of snow-capped peaks all around. 

The descent runs via the Alp Glivers Dadens Sut. A treat, whether powder snow or sulz. 


Alp Glivers is open to all those who are fascinated by alpine nature and culture: it is available for personal events with overnight stay and dinner. www.amarenda.ch


On the descent through the forest we sometimes have to ride on a hiking trail, which requires a lot of concentration. Wildlife rest area


From Sumvitg to Sogn Benedetg and at Restaurant Miraval turn left to Siltginas. At the western edge of the Wildruhezone we climb up to Alp Crap Ner Sut, turn right here and bypass the Plaun Schigels on the south side. At point 2071 we reach a wide hollow that leads us to the foot of Piz Avat. Ascent in some steep bends to ski depot and on foot to the summit cross.

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