Trans Parc Ela - 3 passes

Difficult
22.1 km
8:45 h
1445 mhd
2022 mhd
Ela- und Orgelspass
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The Royal Tour in Parc Ela. On lonely paths you will walk past glittering mountain lakes, stone glaciers and with breathtaking views of Piz Ela, Corn da Tinizong and Piz Mitgel. The hike in Switzerland's largest natural park starts in Preda above Bergün and ends in Savognin. In between is the hunting ban area Ela, three passes with the highest point at 2,831 m above sea level.M and a wild mountain landscape with the majestic Dolomite massif Piz Ela. 
Technique 4/6
Fitness 6/6
Highest Point  2821 m
Lowest Point  1209 m
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Start Preda
Destination Savognin
Coordinates 46.588729, 9.776247

Description

Take the Rhaetian Railway to Preda to the starting point of the hike. Along the flower meadows and corn seeds you can walk through the Val Tschitta. The first pass is the Furschela da Tschitta (2,831 m above sea level.M.). You will be rewarded with a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains and the mountain lake Lai Grond. The second ascent to the Pass d'Ela is already waiting for you. Luckily, the organ pass is below them and can be reached without much effort. On the organ pass you will find the pass book, capture your nature experience in the pass book. The mountain ponds Piz Ela, Corn da Tinizong and Piz Mitgel are made of dolomite and shape the landscape with their rugged shapes. Around the Piz Ela lies the Federal Hunting Banngebiet Ela, which was founded in 1886. Passing Lai Tigiel we head towards Tgant Son Martegn and continue to Savognin.  

Geheimtipp

Make an entry in the pass book on the Organ Fun. 

Sicherheitshinweis

Challenging mountain hike,T3

Directions

Preda - Val Tschitta - Furschela da Tischtta (2'831 m a..M s.l.) - Lai Grond - Pass d'Ela - Cotschen - Pass digls Orgels - Lai Tigiel - Tgant Son Martegn - Savognin  

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