Piz Badus / Six Madun
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Our tour starts at the Oberalp Pass with a short descent to Alp Milez. We follow the clearly visible trail to the Maighelshütte to the plidutscha plain after which we climb in short bends to Lake Toma. The short stretch right in front of the lake is a bit narrow but good to do if the valley is well snowed in. The lake lies under a thick and load-bearing ice and snow cover. It is a magical place even in winter! At the end of the lake we continue to the summit. For the crossing of the summit we pack the skis in the top section on the backpack. At the summit cross there is not much space to sit, but all the more air around us. Deep below us is the Maighelshütte, where we will surely have a coffee before we drive down to Tschamut. Even if we have to briefly assemble the skins in the valley again. Afterwards we glide comfortably along the hut entrance and the Rhine to Tschamut.
Ascent variant: On the ascent to the Maighelshütte to the Lai Urlaun and on the east side to the Piz Badus. Less challenging - departure to the same side.
Departure variant: Along the ascent track over Lake Toma back.
Crossing the summit is challenging.
On the descent to Chamut, switch to the valley floor in the lowest part, because the galleries on the pass road above Tschamut no longer exist.
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