Wanderung Hängebrücke Val da Tersnaus

Simple
3.2 km
1:15 h
217 mhd
211 mhd
Hängebrücke Val da Tersnaus
Uors

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Holzbrücke
The Suspension Bridge Val da Tersnaus is 66 meters long and 34 meters high. It opens up the hiking trail between the two villages of Tersnaus and Camuns. Deep views, fascinating views and a great hiking experience are guaranteed.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  1108 m
Lowest Point  932 m
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Start
Uors, Postbus stop
Destination
Uors, Postbus stop
Coordinates
46.700566, 9.183476

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Description

The tour starts in Uors at the post office. First it goes about 200m along the main road in the direction of Vals. After the bridge at the Heiligennische, the hiking trail to Tersnaus begins. A long ascent leads through the deciduous forest, up to the meadows below Tersnau. There the path leads into a dirt road which leads into the village. Past the Nino Schurter fountain it goes to the upper edge of the village and then left out of the village to the entrance to the suspension bridge. After crossing the impressive suspension bridge, the hiking trail winds its way up towards Runs and meets the Meliorationsstrasse just below the village. From here it goes back down to Uors. After a few meters on the road, the hiking trail branches off on the right side. Continue through the forest down to the starting point.

Geheimtipp

Refreshment stop: Uors

Ausrüstung

Good hiking boots with a good profile or trekking shoes, weather-adapted clothing (rain jacket), possibly hiking poles.

Directions

Uors - Tersnaus - Uors

Directions

Public Transport

Postbus line 90.431 Ilanz - Vals, stop Uors

Anreise Information

Via Chur A3/A13 via Flims to Ilanz. From Ilanz, head towards Vals.

Parken

Public parking on the outskirts of Uors (coming from Ilanz) and on the schoolhouse area.

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