Klosters Monbiel - Alp Spärra

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This easy hike is greatly enjoyed by the entire family. The leisurely walk leads through shady forests, past gushing mountain brooks, and across beautiful pastures and meadows up to Alp Spärra.

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Technical information

Starting point:Monbiel
Destination:Alp Spärra / Monbiel
Getting to the starting point:Klosters Platz by Rhaetian Railway (RhB), by Bus to Monbiel
Getting to the destination:From Monbiel by bus back to Klosters
Technique:easy
Physical fitness:easy
Length:14 km
Hiking time:4h30
Season:June till October

Description

Klosters Monbiel - Baretschrütiwald - Schwendi - Pardenn - Garfiun - Spärrer Wald - Alp Spärra

From Monbiel you will hike up the Baretschrüti Forest and down to Schwendi. Continue over the Pardenner Boden to Restaurant Alphütte Garfiun. Enjoy Graubünden’s home-cooked cuisine and a magnificent view of the Vereina Valley. Subsequently, the tour continues through the Spärrer Forest, along the Verstanclabach (a stream) up to Alp Spärra and to the fork branching off to the Seetal Valley, Silvretta and Galtürtälli. Walk across a little bridge to the other side of the brook and hike on the other side of the valley across the Novai to the Vereinabach. Hike along this stream to Schindelboden and then across a bridge back to Monbiel.

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The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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