Arosa – Medergen – Langwies

Arosa

Arosa - Tschuggen

Arosa - Tschuggen

Arosa - Bergrestaurant Tschuggenhütte

Arosa - Bergrestaurant Tschuggenhütte

Arosa - Carmenna-Mitte

Arosa - Carmenna-Mitte

Arosa - Mittelstation

Arosa - Mittelstation

Arosa Schiesshorn

Arosa Schiesshorn

Arosa Hörnli

Arosa Hörnli

Hörnli-Bergstation, Arosa

Hörnli-Bergstation, Arosa

Golf

Golf

Arosa, Talstation Bergbahnen mit Blick Obersee - Tijerfluh

Arosa, Talstation Bergbahnen mit Blick Obersee - Tijerfluh

Arosa - Weisshorngipfel

Arosa - Weisshorngipfel

The path runs down from the Untersee to the Stausee, then climbs for 400 metres, passing the Naturfreundehaus to reach the rustic hamlet of Medergen at an altitude of about 2000 metres.

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Technical information

Access starting point: Untersee
Access point of arrival: Langwies. Arrive by train from Chur to Arosa and then take the free bus (Arosa Card) to the Untersee. Return by train from Langwies to Chur.
From Zweisimmen to Lenk
Hiking time: 5 hrs
Season: Mid-June to October
Starting point: 1691 metres above sea level
Difficulty: average
Difference in elevation: Approx. 400 metres uphill and approx. 700 metres downhill
Gastronomy: Untersee lido, Alpenrose (Medergen), Heimeli (Sapün)

Description

This little settlement with its traditional wooden cabins does not have running water or electricity. The track continues to Seejiboden, which offers a spectacular view over the Sapünertal valley and the rugged Chüpfenflue mountain. At the next path junction, turn left towards Heimeli – Sapün and head for the next hamlet. From there, take the forest track or the attractive summer path to Langwies.

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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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