Two-country march in Taufers in the Münstertal Valley
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Der Zwei Ländermarsch führt um den schroffen Piz Starlex herum
Photo: Hanspaul Menara
Distance 28 km
Highest point2,622 m
Lowest point1,322 m
Around the Piz Starlex The two-country march leads in a wide arc from Taufers in the Münstertal valley around the massif of the Piz Starlex.
In the early 70s, the Zweiländermarsch was organised and at that time also conducted as a performance test, including trophies and medals for the fastest. For the next edition of the Zweiländermarsch, the focus will be on the experience in nature and the camaraderie on the mountain.
The starting point is Taufers in the Münstertal. From here the route leads along a forest path into the Avignatal valley, past the Mangizalm and finally along hiking trail no. 4 up to the small Starlex hut (not managed). The trail continues up via Steig 4 and 4A to the Fourcla Starlex crossing at 2631m. A large part of the almost 1700 metres of altitude have already been covered.
Here begins the descent into the Swiss Val S-charl (pronounced Val Sch-Tscharl) in the municipality of Scuol. Once you have reached the valley floor, the route descends gently for the most part along a path to the north through the valley. The trail passes several mountain pastures until you reach Val Plazer, which branches
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