Sedrun - Stagias - Curaglia
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Extensive day tour through the forest from Cavorgia to the Stagias hill to Curaglia, in Val Medel. (signals)
We hike to the village of Cavorgia, which is inhabited all year round, to the actual starting point of the tour. From here we go uphill on snowshoes along a snow-covered forest road to the Stagias hill, where we get an insight into the Val Medel and a view of the Piz Muraun. On the stairs of the Academia Vivian we let the sun warm us and have a picnic. The building can be rented for all kinds of events and can accommodate 40 people. We'll remember this if we ever want to celebrate a birthday party in a special setting.
We continue our hike down the valley and now and then we leave the given route to leave fresh tracks in the untouched snow. In Mutschnengia we put on our snowshoes and take a detour to the panoramic restaurant of the Hotel Cuntera. We hike on the almost traffic-free road to Curaglia, from where the post bus takes us to Disentis and the train back to Sedrun.
Option 1: Hike from Stagias to Mumpé Medel and to Disentis. ==References== Hiking time approx. 30 min.)
Option 2: From Mutschnengia on the route via the old mule track to Mumpé Medel and Disentis (zus. Hiking time approx. 1 hour)
The tour can also be done in the opposite direction at the start in Curaglia/Fadretsch.
The trail starts in Cavorgia and is signposted, but those who are not familiar with the area are advised to print out the topo map and carry it with them.
After large amounts of fresh snow, the tour can be exhausting. The Uaul Cavorgia is in the shade in midwinter
By train from Andermatt or from Chur via Disentis to Sedrun. On foot about 45 minutes to the start of the trail in Cavorgia.
Passenger transport: Taxi Widera Tel. +41(0)81 949 12 50
By car from Disentis to Sedrun train station. On foot about 45 minutes to the start of the trail in Cavorgia
The Oberalp Pass has a winter closure.
Parking at Sedrun train station (for a fee)
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