A lovely mountain hike with views of Sedrun and Rueras.
This gentle hike is the perfect way to discover the area immediately surrounding the village and gain an initial overview of the valley. Starting from Sedrun train station, head north into the unspoilt Strem Valley. The water from the wild mountain stream thunders unhindered over the impressive waterfall in Bauns. You may need a little luck to catch sight of a marmot, but you're sure to see the cows from the lowlands that spend their summer here. Please exercise caution if there are mothers with calves. It's better to watch the calves from a distance. Every now and then you'll find a bench where you can sit and relax. On reaching Mises Grond, take a moment or two to enjoy the wonderful views of Sedrun and Rueras. As you continue along the trail, you will cross a small valley where you must take the narrow, lower route which will lead you below the Uaul Flurin and into the Milar Valley. On reaching the tarmac mountain road, head east all the way to Sedrun.
From Sedrun train station head north to the bridge. After the bridge, the trail climbs to Mises Grond. Continue to the stream in the little valley and take the narrow, lower path into the Milar Valley. On reaching the tarmac road, the route descends to the train station. Turn left before the underpass. Above Zarcuns, a track leads across the meadow to Camischolas Sura. Turn left once more.
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Public transport friendly
By Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn to Sedrun
By car to Sedrun train station
Parking available at Sedrun train station (subject to a charge)
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