Begin and end of tour: Breil/Brigels Village
Access starting point: Postal bus Tavanasa - Breil/Brigels, bus stop at the Post Office or at Puntdual
Access point of arrival: Postal bus
Hiking time: 04:30 (hours, minutes)
Physical fitness: medium difficulty
Difficulty: medium difficulty
Difference in elevation: 606 m
Culmination point: 1893 m
Season: May - October
Gastronomy: Mountain restaurant Burleun near Crest Falla, barbecue spot at Flembach (firewood available)
Overnight: In the village
Literature: Hiking map Brigels Waltensburg Andiast 1:25,000
Hiking along the right-hand trail up to the end of the valley is a truly special experience. (3 km, depending on the hiking trail). Among the fascinating sights are the views of Kistenstöckli and the high moor of Val Frisal.
Route: Dorf (Village)/Brigels (1287m) - Starflems (1278m) - Ascend by chair lift Brigels-Crest Falla to an altitude of1665m (Please check lift schedule) - Pignaleus (1674m) - Mutteins (1582m) - Muladiras (1561m) - Brücke (Bridge)/barbecue spot Chischarolas (1506m) - Rubi sut/ Plaun da Rubi (1625m) - Sut Zanin (1727m) - Entrance to the valley of Val Frisal (1893m).
Guided day-hike conducted by a certified hiking tour guide (SAC), excursion into the primeval spruce forest, May - October. Info Tel. +41 (0)81 941 12 10.
Other attraction: While returning, you will hike at Chischarollas along the rim of the "Uaul Scatlè", .the highest spruce-forest in Europe!
For families:The barbecue and picnic spots at Chischarollas and Crap Burlatsch along the hiking route and on the bank the Flem, a tranquil village brook, will tempt you to built sand castles and pamper you feet in the refreshing water of the pristine mountain world.
Various: If you ascend with the Brigels - Crest Falla chair lift, you will gain 400 meters. From the mountain station it's only 400 meters, or a 10-minute hike (approximately), to the Burleun mountain inn, which features a sun terrace.
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.