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Centrally embedded in the local mountains, the most popular high-altitude hike in Valsertal with its picturesque blue-green mountain lakes offers optimal conditions for trail runners.
From the Zervreila chapel, the varied trail leads in an easterly direction up to Lake Guraletsch with the imposing pyramid of the Fanellhorn in the background. Past the Finsterbachstafel and with a view of the idyllic slopes of Alp Guraletsch, the maximum altitude is already reached in the first section. The dynamic hiking trail then crosses the western foothills of the Guraletschhorn, in whose basin the Ampervreilsee is located. The following stage is similar to the previous one, but in the shadow of the Ampervreilhorn offers more and more spectacular views of the village below, which is over a thousand meters in altitude. A short time later the Selvasee and thus the subsequent descent into the Peiltal is reached. For particularly endurance guests, Hohbüel, not far from the lake, is always worth a detour. The trail now descends evenly to the Heinisch Stafel and branches off there to the right to the Stafel of Alp Selva. The gravel road starting here runs down the steep slope in numerous hairpin bends and only becomes flatter again at the junction before the Bodahus. From here on, always into the valley, the route descends gently past the "Peilerchappeli" to the destination in Inder Peil.
Chapel Zervreila 1984 m. - Finsterbachstafel 2060 m. - Guraletschsee 2409 m. - Ampervreilsee 2378 m. - Selvasee 2279 m. - Heinisch Stafel 2041 m. - Bodahus 1746 m. - Inder Peil 1668 m.
From Ilanz by PostBus to Vals and on to Zervreila (only in summer).
Parking at the restaurant Zervreila or at the chapel Zervreila
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