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San Gian - Stazersee

Hiking trail · Celerina/Schlarigna
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  • Lej da Staz with the restaurant Lej da Staz
    / Lej da Staz with the restaurant Lej da Staz
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Waldwanderung mit Hochmoorlandschaften zum Stazersee mit dem höchst gelegenen Schilfbestand Europas.

moderate
2.3 km
0:40 h
106 m
10 m

Route

San Gian 1717 m - Brücke Überführung Umfahrungsstrasse - Überquerung Berninabahngeleise - Choma sur 1820 m - Stazersee 1811 m .

Wegbeschaffenheit und Hindernisse

Feinbekiester Fahrweg, hölzerne Querrinnen 8cm breit.

Streckenlänge, Höhenunterschied, Steigungen

ca. 2,8 km, Höhenunterschied 100 m, mittlere Steigungen 4%, kurze Anstiege von max. 9%.

Rollstuhlgängiges WC beim Langlaufzentrum Celerina.

Restaurant Stazersee, WC (Türe 67 cm, 90x140 cm), T +41 81 833 60 50, www.lejdastaz.ch.

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Author
Engadin St. Moritz
Updated: May 20, 2020

Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
1822 m
Lowest point
1716 m
Best time of year
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Start

Celerina, Parkplatz San Gian (1717 m)
Coordinates:
Geographic
46.512562, 9.869369
UTM
32T 566692 5151366

Note

Wildlife refuge Fullun: December 01 - April 30
all notes on protected areas

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike


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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
2.3 km
Duration
0:40h
Ascent
106 m
Descent
10 m
In and out Refreshment stops available Family friendly Disability access Suitable for strollers

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