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Schwemmalm above St. Moritz - Speedhiking

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  • St. Moritz oberhalb von Kuppelwies
    St. Moritz oberhalb von Kuppelwies
    Photo: Tappeiner AG
m 2200 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 6 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 6.5 km
1:46 h
1,015 m
1 m
2,158 m
1,144 m
Hasenöhrl always in sight
Mostly through the forest via St. Moritz up to Schwemmalm

From the car park of the gondola lift, walk along a narrow asphalt road out of the valley until you reach the hamlet of Kuppelwies. There you follow the signs to St. Moritz/Sunnenseitnweg on the left uphill. First on a narrow tarred road, then on a gravel road, the trail continues upwards until it meets an asphalt road (Bachhäusl, 1212 m). Continue briefly to the right here (signposted „Kreuzweg“), über die Brücke und gleich danach links abbiegen und über einen Forstweg aufwärts gehen (Kreuzweg) bis zum Bach. There you continue to the left until the path joins a forest road. Continue left along the forest road until you reach the next farm, where you turn right (Kreuzweg) and climb up to the hamlet of St. Moritz, 1632 m (large panoramic sign with marked trails). Beyond the car park, follow the signpost no. 6 steeply uphill to the left (signposts) until the first signpost, where you turn left and reach a forest road through the forest. Continue to the left along the road until you


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