Umbrail Pass - Piz Umbrail - Lai da Rims - Praveder - Pré da Vau

15.2 km
6:45 h
770 mhd
1489 mhd
Blick vom Piz Praveder ins Val Mora
Bergtour in Graubünden: Umbrailpass - Piz Umbrail - Lai da Rims - Praveder - Prà da Vau

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Blick vom Piz Praveder an die Nord-West Flanke
Take the PostBus to the Umbrail Pass and hike through an idyllic mountain world. Return from Las Clastras (rental bike, or Sta. Maria, Pré da Vau (PostBus).
Technique /6
Fitness 5/6
Highest Point  3033 m
Lowest Point  1780 m
Best Season

Start Umbrail Pass
Destination Prà da Vau, Sta. Maria
Coordinates 46.542518, 10.433172


By post bus you drive from Sta.Maria Posta to the pass Umbrail (2500 m.l..M), where the starting point of this spectacular hike is. After a climb lasting about 1:15 hours, you reach the Piz Umbrail - the highest point of the hike (3033 m.a.s.l.M). The subsequent descent leads in 1:30 hours to Lai da Rims - the well-known emerald blue lake on the plateau. After a short distance along the lake, the hike goes up to the saddle of Piz Praveder in 1:15 hours (for a detour to the Piz Praveder return you have to take about 45min extra).  This is followed by the descent into The Val Döss Radond from which you will meet the Forest Road Val Mora in 0:45. Follow Val Mora along the forest road to Val Vau and after 01:30 hours you will meet the PostBus stop Val Vau (not served every day). After another 01:15 you reach the village of Sta.Maria.


#PIZstürmer Challenge 2021: Become a summiteer again this year. From the beginning of July to mid-October 2021, you will again receive a regional reward on the summit ascent. For more information, see


The tour was evaluated in favorable weather conditions, the current weather conditions and weather forecasts must be observed before the start of the tour.  In early summer, urgently clarify the snow conditions. 


144 Emergency call, first aid

1414 Mountain Rescue REGA

112 International Emergency Call

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