tour goes through a impressive mountain area and starts in Val Bever, located
just north of the fashionable Sankt
Moritz, and ends in Davos (1558 m). Davos, the cradle of alpine skiing,
developed the first ski lift in the thirties. You can have a gently start from
Spinas (1815 m) or take a ski lift to P. Nair (3056m) and ski down to Chamanna
Jenatsch (2652m), the
first hut in this tour. On the next day you can clime the Piz
Laviner and ski down to Naz (1747 m). Walk a little bit further and you are in
the beautiful village Bergün where you can stay for the night. The route to de
Chamanna d'Es-Cha crosses the Fuorcla Pischa (2871 m). This hut is a good
starting point for climbing the Piz Kesch. This mountain is, with his altitude
of 3417 meter, one of the most impressive top in this area. After a nice descent
you will stay for the night in Chamanna digl Kesch. The last hut in this tour is
Chamanna da Grialetsch (2542 m). From the Kesch hut you can clime the Piz
Grialetsch to get there. You can stay in the Grialetsch for two nights. On the
last day but one, you will be on top of the Piz Sasura from where you have a
beautiful sight. The last top in this tour is the
Flüela Schwarzhorn. The north face of this mountain brings you to the Flüelapas
You can get back to Bever or Sankt Moritz by train.
See also the Tourplan example for more information about this tour.
The huts, listed below, will be visited in this tour. Normally, all huts will be open during the touring season. See also the web-site of the corresponding hut by clicking the link.
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you a foto impression of this tour.
The Tourplan is written in Dutch.
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