Sedrun Ride

Sedrun

Sedrun Blick nach Osten

Sedrun Blick nach Osten

Cuolm Cavorgia und Surrein von Sedrun

Cuolm Cavorgia und Surrein von Sedrun

Aussicht aus Sedrun nach Westen: Badus, Tomasee, Pazola, Milez

Aussicht aus Sedrun nach Westen: Badus, Tomasee, Pazola, Milez

Sedrun

Sedrun

Culmatsch, Sedrun, Val Strem aus Surrein

Culmatsch, Sedrun, Val Strem aus Surrein

Milez/Rueras

Milez/Rueras

The Sedrun winter sports region on the Graubünden side of the Oberalp Pass is especially popular with families and beginners. But even the more demanding skiers enjoy the most beautiful piste in the area – the pleasantly wide Sedrun Ride from Cuolm Val to Dieni.

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The Cuolm Val chairlift top station marks the highest point in the Sedrun ski area and hence it affords an amazing panorama of the upper part of the Vorderrhein Valley, the Tujetsch. Enjoy this view into the valley during your entire descent on the Sedrun Ride. This wide, moderately steep piste takes you across consistently open terrain. Pleasure riders also enjoy a special bonus – there are no fewer than five bars and mountain restaurants along the route.

Information

Starting point: Cuolm Val (2350 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: chairlift

Destination: Dieni (1500 m a.s.l.)

Length: 4.8 km

Altitude Difference: 850 Meter

Gradient: 20% (average), 27% (maximum)

Level of difficulty: medium (normal slope)

Food and beverages: on the way, at the end

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