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A legend tells that witches danced on the large flat stone. T2
We start the hike at Sedrun station in a westerly direction and soon we leave the last houses of Camischolas sura behind us. The path leads us first through hay meadows and through pastures to the Mises Grond. Above the Mises we reach a reforested forest. In zigzag we regularly gain altitude until we reach the tree line at Pegn dil Capi.
On the way we hike depending on the season through flowering alpine roses, erika, blueberry and cranberry perennials. It can also happen that a chamois is startled after a bend in the path. As soon as we reach the plain of Alp Caschlé, we already see the large flat stone in the middle of the meadow. A sign tells us that we are in the right place here. Legend has it that the stone on a spider thread was transported from the opposite Alp Culmatsch to Caschlé and that the witches danced on it. According to the motto "Fun must be" we also dare a short dance and hope that no one films us.
With the descent we start first on the same path we came. At Stavel Caschlé we keep to the right so that we can descend via Foppa Verda through the Uaul Flurin. Via Zarcuns and Camischolas our tour ends again at Sedrun station.
Blueberry lovers should take a bowl with them to collect.
The descent variant to Val Milar is closed, as the path is no longer maintained.
The descent variant through the Val Strem is closed until further notice due to a rockslide
Hiking poles, food from the backpack
At the train station we follow the signposts towards Rueras. At Camischolas Sura we branch off uphill, cross the railway line and follow the road to its end. Here we find the turnoff to Mises Grond. A little above the Mises is a bench where we branch off to the left. Now the hiking trail leads us up to the Alp Caschlé to the Hexenplatte. Then take the same path back to the junction for Rueras. In the Uaul Flurin we meet again at a junction to Sedrun.
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