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Bündner Haute Route Graubünden
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This route starts in Spinas (1800m), just north of the mondaine Sankt Moritz,
and goes through a impressive mountain area and ends in Davos (1558 m). Davos,
the cradle of alpine skiing, is the place where they first started to operate
the a ski lift. From Spinas you can follow the Beverin, a river stream through
Val Bever and clime up gently until you reach the Chamanna Jenatsch at an
altitude of 2652 m. This is one of the three possible routes to the first hut of
this tour. The next day you can ski down the Piz Laviner until Naz (1747 m).
Down the valley you will find the beautiful place Bergün where you can stay for
The route to Chamanna d'Es-Cha crosses the Fuorcla Pischa (2871 m). From this
hut you can clime the Piz Kesch, with 3417 altimeters one of the most impressive
tops in this area. Ski down to the next hut, Chamanna digl Kesch. After climbing
the Piz Grialetsch you can go to the hut with the same name, Chamanna da
Grialetsch (2542 m). This is the last hut of this tour. We planned to stay here
two nights. On the last day but one you can stay on top of the Piz Sarsura, a
nice ski mountain with offers you a panoramic view. This tour ends with a
crossing of the Flüela Schwarzhorn. At the N-side you can descend to the
Flüelapas and Davos.
From Davos you can catch the train to get back to Bever or Sankt Moritz.