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Little known peak with wide powder snow slopes.
We start the tour in Mutschnengia, a small mountain village opposite Curaglia. If there is little snow, it is pleasant to walk to Stagias on the snow-covered road. But we use the already existing ascent tracks over the field and after the pretty mountain pastures below the hill we dive into the forest. We are in a wildlife sanctuary and the route is orange signposted. At the hut in Tegia Nova we take a break before we take the direction to the broad ridge of Plaun Grond. The key point is point 2361. If there is enough snow we can cope with the short upswing with skis, otherwise a few minutes of carrying are announced. What lies ahead of us after this stage drags on longer than expected, but finally we overcome the last meters of altitude to the wide summit. The valley view to Sedrun is overwhelming and if we weren't so excited about the descent, we might stay a little longer and count peaks.
The descent over the north side through the valley Puzzetta to Crest Miez holds all promises for powder snow. Through the forest we glide loosely on the alpine road to Stagias and afterwards we take the snow as it is. The southern slope is quickly free of snow and not always optimal to drive.
Option departure: From Stagias in a southerly direction to the mountain pastures of Plauns, then until shortly before the height Truaisch and over the suspension bridge to Mutschnengia. Better snow reliability.
If you arrive by public transport, the ascent of Platta is recommended.
Stop for a "Marenda Medellina" at the restaurant Cuntera in Mutschnengia www.hotel-cuntera.ch
In spring, the slope above Mutschnengias can already be free of snow.
short carrying passage possible
From Mutschnengia over open slopes up and slightly before the hill Stagias left into the forest. Attention wildlife rest area. After the forest over the broad ridge to point 2361. Short steep climb with or without skis and from the south-eastern side to the summit. Descent over the north-facing slopes.
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