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New timetable toboggan trains from 29.01.2024 ➜

 

 

 

 

Timetable adjustment for toboggan trains

From the Bergün mountain railways via Piz Darlux

Medium
8 km
3:00 h
795 mhd
710 mhd
Von den Bergbahnen Bergün über den Piz Darlux
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Ideal access, but only in safe conditions. Please note the opening hours of the Bergün sports lifts. After the end of the season, there are some special trips for tourers.
Technique /6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2636 m
Lowest Point  1947 m
Best Season
Jan
Feb
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Okt
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Start
Valley station Darlux / Bergün
Destination
Keschhütte
Coordinates
46.624714, 9.795299

Details

Description

From Bergün / Bravuogn with the Darlux cable cars to the mountain station (approx. 2580 m). Short ascent to E to the N ridge of Piz Darlux (2641 m). Continue into the saddle (approx. 2600 m) between Piz Darlux and Tschimas da Tisch. Here steep descent into the large high hollow of Murtel dla Muotta and further north below P. 2470 in the NW ridge of Piz Fregslas to Lena-Secha (P. 2232). Keeping the direction, passing P. 2280, you descend into Val Plazbi to the bridge (about 1975 m) that crosses the Ava da Plazbi. Short ascent to Alp digl Chants (1999 m), then descent along the alpine path to P. 1951. This is where the hut ascent begins. Through sparse pine forest to the east over the moraine ridge from Schegvel to P. 2283. Over the flattening at the foot of the N flank of the Kesch Pitschen to the east into the valley of the Ava da Salect. Follow this stream to P. 2518 (marker poles) and into the small lake hollow immediately in the southwest of the hut, which you reach by sweeping out to the left.

Tour description by Vital Eggenberger / SAC Tourenportal

Sicherheitshinweis

The tour should only be done in good conditions.

Ausrüstung

equipment:

  • Ski helmet
  • Sports glasses
  • sunglasses
  • 2 pairs of gloves: lightweight, breathable and windproof for the ascent, normal ski gloves for the descent
  • scarf
  • Headgear (under the helmet) with moisture transport
  • Clothing in the multi-layer principle with moisture transport
  • Lightweight waterproof and windproof ski jacket
  • Extra warm jacket
  • Long, warm technical socks (insoles if applicable) and interchangeable pair
  • Lightweight waterproof and windproof ski touring pants
  • 20-28 litre (touring) backpack
  • Lip care (SPF 30+)
  • Sufficient provisions and drinking water
  • First aid kit with blister plaster
  • Bladder plasters
  • Bivouac Bag/Survival Bag
  • space blanket
  • headlamp
  • pocket knife
  • Signal whistle
  • mobile phone
  • cash
  • Navigation device/map and compass
  • Emergency contact details
  • identity card

Technical equipment

  • Ski touring boots
  • Tour binding to match ski boot
  • Skins suitable for touring skis
  • ski
  • (Telescopic) ski poles
  • Avalanche equipment: avalanche transceiver, avalanche probe, avalanche shovel
  • Crushons
  • Rescue equipment for crevasse rescue
  • High-speed harness
  • Light ice axe
  • High-altitude rope suitable for alpine tours
  • Avalanche airbag backpack

This equipment list is not exhaustive and serves only as a suggestion of what should be packed.

For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions for proper use and maintenance of your device.

Please make sure your equipment complies with local laws and does not contain prohibited items.

Directions

Public Transport

Bergün is easily accessible by the Rhaetian Railway.

Click here for the timetable: https://www.sbb.ch/de

The local bus goes to the valley station of the sports lifts.

Timetable local bus Bergün

Anreise Information

Bergün can be reached by car in winter via Thusis via Tiefencastel. The Albula Pass is closed in winter from Bergün.

Parken

A large paid car park is available at the valley station of the Bergün sports lifts. About

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