Kesch-Trek stage 4

Medium
20.3 km
7:10 h
104 mhd
1333 mhd
Es-cha-Hütte SAC
Blick von der Es-cha Hütte

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Fuorcla Gualdauna
Hike from the Es-cha hut SAC over the Albula Pass to Preda or to Bergün.
Technique /6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2594 m
Lowest Point  1361 m
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Start Es-cha hut SAC
Destination Preda or Bergün
Coordinates 46.611382, 9.902892

Description

On the last day of the Kesch Trek, a particularly beautiful place awaits you. Shortly before Preda is the Lai da Palpuogna, which was named in a survey by Swiss television "the most beautiful spots in Switzerland". It is often described as the "blue eye of the landscape", and in fact the Palpuogna lake shimmers in a variety of shades of blue. In autumn, the contrast with the yellow larches is particularly beautiful. Let yourself be enchanted by the surroundings and treat yourself to a break at the barbecue areas around the lake.

Are you staying at Hotel Kulm Preda? Then you are on the day's goal already in Preda. For all others, it goes on to Bergün.

 

Whole tour: Kesch Trek

Stage 1: Davos Dürrboden - Grialetsch hut SAC

Geheimtipp

Why not hike the last piece from Preda to Bergün on the Railway Adventure Trail instead of taking the train. Information panels tell of the audacity of the engineers of the Albula Line, built over 100 years ago and since 2008 a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The trail follows the railway line and offers mesmerizing views of viaducts, tunnels and the confusing track through the terrain.

Sicherheitshinweis

The Kesch Trek is an alpine mountain hike. The potential dangers in the high mountains must be correctly assessed. The hiking stages require a good condition.

Directions

Es-cha-Hütte SAC - Fuorcla Gualdauna (2491 m) - Albulapass Ospiz (2312 m) - Lai Palpuogna (1918 m) - Preda, train staion Rhaetian Railway or directly via Naz (1747 m) - Bergün (1367 m) /Dinner, overnight in a hotel in Bergün or Preda

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