After a short warm-up in the village of Grüsch, it's time to get down to business: On less than one kilometre, you have to climb around 300 metres in altitude in countless serpentines. After that, it becomes much flatter. After a short stretch on a gravel road you can turn into a wonderful path. This leads in constant up and down to the Crupspitz. Once there, you can enjoy a great view of the front Prättigau. This is followed by a short, steep descent to the Furgga, where the trail reaches the Prättigauer Höhenweg. This is followed to the picturesque Seewis. Here this route leaves the well-known long-distance hiking trail to get past the castle ruins of Solavers back to Grüsch.
About the author:
Stephan Hugenschmidt is the winner and course record holder of the Eiger Ultra, Zugspitz Ultratrail and Madrisa Trail. Stephan lives in Grüsch and knows the trails in Prättigau like his pocket. He particularly loves the fact that the trails are not overcrowded in Prättigau and that you can spend hours in an intact nature.
With the Rhaetian Railway from Landquart to Grüsch.
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