Piz Tomül 2946m
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Popular and frequently visited hiking mountain high above the valley entrance.
Mighty enthroned is the Piz Tomül with its almost 3000 meters and the very long southeast ridge on the border to the Safiental. After the varied ascent, the comparatively large dominance offers a spectacular view over the neighboring mountains and valleys.
For experienced hikers, the ascent from Alp Rischuna via Rinderpirglücke and the exciting northeast ridge is recommended.
Requirements: For good mountain hikers technically easy tour (T3), which requires caution in wet, cold and snow in the summit area.
On this hike they have to reckon with suckler cows.
Detailed information about behavior: https://www.wandern.ch/de/wandern/sicher-unterwegs/mutterkuhherden
Solid, rainproof, warm clothing. Robust mountain or trekking boots. Gloves, hat, sun protection. Hiking poles, food and drinks from the backpack, emergency pharmacy, topographic map, altimeter, compass, mobile phone, flashlight.
By hiking bus from Vals up into the Riefawald (1820 m). Directly behind the parking lot begins the small access path to the official hiking route, which leads after a short steep section in 30 minutes to the idyllic clearing Pradätsch (1951 m) with a view of Lake Zervreila.
Following the now flatter path, the gorge of the Tomülbach soon opens up and offers a view of the impressive plateau of the Riedboda, crossed by meandering rivers.
Past the Stafel of Alp Tomül (2181 m, 1 h 15 min. from Pradatsch), finally starts at the Tomül Pass (2412 m), 1 hour) the actual ascent to the summit (1 h 45 min.).
Short, steep ascent on pathless terrain up to the long southeast ridge. Always following the path that can be found on it, the mighty summit moves closer and closer and rises high above the valley floor. At the top there is a spectacular view of the mountains of Graubünden, the surrounding cantons and as far as Italy.
Coming to Vals by PostBus from Ilanz.
Via Chur-Ilanz to Vals.
Parking "Bidem" (for a fee) near the village square.
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