Extensive hike on wide natural roads through the Uaul Cavorgia to the viewpoint Stagias and over the pass Roman to Disentis. T2
From Sedrun we hike to Cavorgia, a small village inhabited all year round, and continue through a shady forest to the Stagias hill, a popular vantage point with a well-equipped fireplace. We admire the new building of Academia Vivian, whose premises can be booked for various events. Then we turn southward and our next destination is the suspension bridge that spans the Val Mutschnengia with a length of 100 meters. Then we leave the sun-baked houses of Mutschnengia behind us and a hiking trail leads us on a piece of the old Lukmanier pass route. Before a path was blasted out of the rocks in the Rein da Medel gorge thanks to dynamite, the mule track led over Mompé Medel. At the S. Valentin chapel, the rather steep descent down to the Rhine begins. We cross the stream on a bridge whose foundations date back to Roman times, after which we go straight up on the other side to the Sontga Gada chapel. Striking inside the chapel are the frescoes, made in the middle of the 15th century. A pretty path lined with old stone walls completes the hike. From the train stop Acla da Fontauna the train brings you back to Sedrun.
By roadMit dem Auto von Luzern über den Oberalppass oder von Zürich über Chur bis Sedrun
ParkingParkplatz bunterhalb des Gemeindehauses (gebührenfrei)
Weather at the route's trailhead
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