Val Trupchun in the Swiss National Park

Medium
13.9 km
4:20 h
441 mhd
441 mhd
Höhenweg im Val Trupchun
Brücke über die Ova da Trupchun

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Hirsche im Val Trupchun
The Val Trupchun is known as the valley which habitates the most game in the national park. During the mating season at the end of September, you can see many red deer in Val Trupchun and hear their rutting bellows from far across the valley. At other times of the year, you can also encounter other animals, such as deer, chamois, ibex and marmots.
Technique 3/6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2051 m
Lowest Point  1678 m
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Start S-chanf railway station
Destination S-chanf railway station
Coordinates 46.618016, 10.009477

Description

The hike starts at the Prasüras car park, which can be reached by bus, car or by the little train Express Parc Naziunel. From there, take the hiking trail on the right, which leads behind the BBQ site into the forest. At the first fork, head left in the direction of the Swiss National Park. At the Punt da Scrins bridge, follow the road up to the right until the hiking trail curves off to the left, and after a short time you will find yourself back in the National Park. Please take your time to make you familiar with the parking rules attached on the information board. Proceed on the high-lying trail into the valley. If you have sharp eyes or a pair of binoculars, as well as a little patience, you might spot some chamois, deer or ibex; in addition, there are often eagles and - if you are lucky - even bearded vultures, circling in the skies overhead. The valley is also interesting from a geological point of view. The trail then runs down to Ova da Trupchun, which you cross via a wooden bridge, and meets up with the valley trail. If you follow this trail further on into the valley, after a short distance you will come across the first resting place, surrounded by marmots, which you can watch at play. The second resting place is further at Alp Trupchun; here you can see wild animals for miles around. The return route follows the valley trail to the Varusch park hut, and then continues along the road to the Prasüras car park.

More information
Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG
Via Maistra 1
CH-7500 St. Moritz
Phone: +41 81 830 00 01 
E-mail: allegra@engadin.ch 
Internet: www.engadin.ch 

Geheimtipp

From the railway station Zuoz or the railway station S-chanf you can also take the little train "Express Parc Naziunel" to the car park Prasüras or to the Varusch park hut. 

Directions

S-chanf – Val Trupchun – S-chanf

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