Rundstrecke Lai Lung – Lai Ner

Difficult
22.9 km
3:30 h
1140 mhd
1132 mhd
auf der ViaSpluga zwischen Andeer und Sufers
Aufstieg zum Lai Lung

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Lai Lung im Herbst
Intensive trail running tour along the viaSpluga past romantic mountain lakes peppered with wonderful high-altitude trails.
Technique 5/6
Fitness 6/6
Highest Point  1889 m
Lowest Point  974 m
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Start
Andeer
Destination
Andeer
Coordinates
46.605818, 9.42706

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Description

Starting from Andeer, it goes on the historic paths of the ViaSpluga towards Splügen, past the Roffla gorge to shortly before the Sufner reservoir. From the junction from viaSpluga to directly to the Lai Lung, 500 meters of altitude difference can be mastered in one kilometer. You will be rewarded by the idyllically situated mountain lake with a beautiful mountain panorama. Walking towards Promischur, always close to the tree line, you pass the smaller mountain lake Lai Ner and the small mountain pastures of Pastgaglia, Molas and Burtgas. From Promischur it goes downhill towards Magun and Cagliatscha. The Golera high-altitude trail turns above the ruins of Cagliatscha again into a fantastic single trail and leads the trail runners over various loops back to Andeer.

Ausrüstung

Trail running shoes, backpack with drink (water or energy drink), food (bars, gels), windbreaker, mobile phone and emergency kit.

Directions

Andeer - Bärenburg - Rofflaschlucht - Lai Lung - Lai Ner - Molas - Promischur - Magun - Mulegn - Andeer

Directions

Public Transport

Andeer can be reached by PostBus from Thusis or Bellinzona. For more information, see the SBB online timetable.

Anreise Information

  • On the A13 national road from the north, take exit 24-Zillis.
  • On the A13 national road from the south, take exit 25-Andeer.

Plan your journey with the Google route planner.

Parken

At the mineral bath there is a public car park (location Google Maps).

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