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  • Suchtgefahr - feinste Trails vom Ofenpass entlang der Schweizer Almen.
    Suchtgefahr - feinste Trails vom Ofenpass entlang der Schweizer Almen.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 42.5 km
4:26 h
815 m
2,048 m
2,258 m
908 m
Swiss Trails
Fine trail tour from the Ofen Pass along the Swiss alpine pastures on Smuggler's paths and trails to Prad to the Café am Platzl with a very exciting, culinary, cultural and adventurous background.

Start at ➊ Ofenpass at 2149 m. After 1.5 km, descend via the pass road ➋ left towards ➌ Alp da Munt and continue to ➍ Alp Champatsch. From Alp Champatsch take the gravel road to ➎ Lü and 1.5 km after Lü take a sharp right ➏ along the trail to ➐ Fuldera. We cross the valley floor and reach the trail shortly before ➑ Valchava via beautiful forest paths. Once again we cross the valley floor and on the left side of the Rombach a very beautiful trail leads us towards Müstair to the ➒ bridge. Cross the bridge and keep left at the ➓ shooting range. Follow the signs for the ⓫ cycle path until just before Laatsch at the end of the ⓬ Calvenwald. An ascent of 200 hm along a forest path brings us to the ⓭ Arzweg, which leads us to the ⓮ St. Martin chapel. Über the ⓯ Weg Nr. 9 leads us to ⓰ Lichtenberg via the ⓱ Pinethöfe to Prad to the ⓲ Café am Platzl, for a special kind of coffee.


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