Senda Alp da Munt – Alp Champatsch - Lü Cumün

Medium
6 km
2:10 h
60 mhd
300 mhd
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Skigebiet Minschuns

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Bathed in sunshine the panoramic high route leads through the isolated and snow-clad landscape above the Val Müstair. Highlights: Alp Champatsch, whose original buildings now stand in the Swiss Open-Air Museum in Ballenberg, and the little village of Lü, claimed to be the darkest place in Switzerland.
Technique 4/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  2251 m
Lowest Point  1927 m
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Start PostBus stop Minschuns, valley station
Destination PostBus stop Lü, cumün
Coordinates 46.639367, 10.32901

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Description

The winter panorama route begins at the bottom of the lower lift of the Minschuns ski area. This well maintained, family-friendly ski area is one of the sunniest corners of Switzerland. Four ski lifts connect the area to various downhill runs. Minschuns is high enough to enjoy guaranteed snow.Setting out through woodland a steady but gentle climb brings hikers alongside the ski piste to Alp da Munt at 2,213 m a.s.l. From here the route continues at more or less the same level to the Lai da Juata, accompanied by the panoramic view of the Val Müstair peaks and the majestic Ortler. From the little mountain lake the track descends gently through Arolla pine forest to Alp Champatsch, whose original buildings now stand in the Swiss Open-Air Museum in Ballenberg. A sunny terrace and magnificent view of the valley make this an ideal place to stop for a break. From here hikers can either continue on foot, or on the toboggan they have brought along with them, down to Lü.Until 2009, when the six villages of Val Müstair merged to become one municipality, Lü claimed to be the highest municipality in Europe. It is situated on a sunny plateau, high above the valley floor. The name most probably comes from the Latin «lux», meaning light. For plant lovers Lü is an insider tip; benefiting from clear skies free from light pollution it is also well known as a centre for stargazing and astrophotography. From Lü hikers can extend their walk downhill to Tschierv, the first village of the Val Müstair when approaching from the Pass dal Fuorn.

Geheimtipp

Lü is a village that is ideal for stargazing at night thanks to the lack of light pollution.

Sicherheitshinweis

The path is prepared after each snowfall. Please note the status reports under the telephone number 081 861 88 49. The tour was evaluated in favorable weather conditions, the current snow and weather conditions must be considered before the start. 

Attention: The path leads through wildlife rest zones, please do not leave forest paths.

Well-groomed winter hiking trail, closed in case of avalanche danger. Information is available at the ski resort Minschuns. Phone +41-81-858 51 09

Emergency call:
144 Emergency call, first aid1414
Mountain rescue REGA112
International emergency call

 

 

Ausrüstung

High and sturdy hiking boots or winter boots, warm clothing, sun protection, hiking poles, as required: sledges for the descent.

Directions

From the parking lot of the valley station Minschuns in a slight ascent first through a forest and later along the ski slope to the Alp da Munt
Almost flat to the Lai da JuataAfter
it goes through pine forests in an easy descent to Alp Champatsch and down to LüEvtl
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Directions

Public Transport

  • With the Rhaetian Railway (from Chur, Landquart/Prättigau or Upper Engadine) every hour to Zernez
  • By PostBus from Zernez to Tschierv, spv. Minschuns bi-hourly
  • With the PostBus from Tschierv, spv. Minschuns to Tschierv, Minschuns valley station daily at 9:14, 11:14 and 13:14. The course from 13:14 runs on Wednesdays 10 minutes later

Anreise Information

  • From the north: via Landquart – Klosters by car transport through the Vereina tunnel (Selfranga - Sagliains) or over the Flüela Pass to Zernez on H27. From Zernez on the H28 to Val Müstair to Süsom Givè. From Süsom Givè to the junction before the bridge/overpass. Here you turn left to the parking lot of the ski resort Minschuns.
  • From the south and east: via the Reschen Pass (Nauders) or Bolzano on the SS40 to Mals. From Mals on the SS41 to the Swiss border to Müstair. From Müstair on the H28 to Tschierv and on to the junction after the bridge/overpass. Here you turn right to the parking lot of the ski resort Minschuns. 

Parken

  • Free parking at the Minschuns valley station

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