Sagenweg von Paul Luziet in Sumvitg
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This is where your journey into a wonderful world of legends in fairytale surroundings begins.
During this hike, stories about Paul Luziet shortened on nine pillars are presented. The stories are by Gugliem Gadola, who was born in Disentis in 1902. Gugliem Gadola wrote many stories, novellas, biographies and historical treatises. He is the father of the popular and humorous character "Paul Luziet". Guglielm Gadola died in Chur in 1961. He is commemorated in the garden of the Ligia Grischa in Trun.
Here you can read the different legends.
In uncertain weather conditions, the tour should not be started. Weather changes in the mountains are frequent. If a rain front or similar comes up during the hike, you should turn back in time.
Weather-adapted clothing (rain jacket), possibly Change of clothes, first aid kit, drink, food, possibly Hiking poles.
Rabius, Acla - Sumvitg, Cavischlè - Rabius, Acla
By train via Chur or Göschenen
From Göschenen via Disentis or from Chur directly with the RhB to Rabius or Sumvitg/Cumpadials.
From Rabius train station it is about a 15-minute walk to the starting point. Alternatively, the tour can also be started from Sumvitg/Cumpadials station.
By car via Chur
From Zurich on the N 3 or from St. Gallen on the N 13 to Chur and continue to the Reichenau exit towards Disentis/Ilanz/Flims to Rabius (train station) or Sumvitg (Sumvitg/Cumpadials station).
By car via Göschenen
From Basel on the N 2 via Lucerne to Göschenen, continue on the old pass route through the Schöllenenschlucht to Andermatt and over the Oberalppass/Disentis to Sumvitg station Sumvitg/Cumpadials. (This is located below the village between Sumvitg and Cumpadials) or go to Rabius to the train station.
Parking is available at Rabius station or Sumvitg/Cumpadials station.
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