Alp Murtera Dadaint – Munt – Ardez

Medium
5.3 km
0:15 h
0 mhd
672 mhd
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Hiking and tobogganing on the longest and probably most beautiful toboggan run in the Engadine from Alp Mutera Dadaint to Ardez.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 3/6
Highest Point  2146 m
Lowest Point  1474 m
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Start Ardez train station
Destination Ardez train station
Coordinates 46.792772, 10.180268

Description

From Ardez railway station, the trail leads northwest through the village and soon reaches a wood above the school. The trail follows the forest in a north-westerly direction and reaches the toboggan run after about 1 km. Follow this for the next 2.5 km up to "Munt" and continue to Alp Murtera Dadaint to the start of the toboggan run.

Alp Murtera Dadaint lies sun-drenched above Bos-cha and Munt d'Ardez, at 2150 m above sea level at the starting point of the new, 5.3 km long toboggan run to Ardez. After an ascent, a soul-stirring view awaits you (2 hours from Guarda or 2.5 hours from Ardez).

The longest and probably most beautiful toboggan run in the Engadine takes you back down into the valley.

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Sledge rental

Renting on site: For the subsequent downhill run, rental sledges are available in the open alp building. These can be rented for CHF 5 per sledge/ride and returned at Hotel Meisser (Guarda) or Hotel Alvetern (Ardez).

Renting in Guarda: Kathrein touring sledge (for 1-2 persons). Seat extension for children's feet, children's backrest, children's foot sack with fur lining can also be rented

ENGADIN HOLIDAYS

7545 GUARDA

Tel. +41 79 269 52 59 or +41 76 823 30 98

E-mail: info@engadin-holidays.ch

Web: www.engadin-holidays.ch 

Sicherheitshinweis

The trail is groomed after each snowfall. Please note the condition reports in the winter sports report. The tour was assessed in favourable weather conditions, the current snow and weather conditions must be observed before starting.

Attention: the trail is used by winter hikers and sledders at the same time.

 

Emergency call:

144 Emergency call, first aid

1414 Mountain rescue REGA

112 International emergency call

Directions

From Ardez railway station through the village to the north.

Above the school into a wooded area

Follow the path to the toboggan run

Follow the toboggan run to Munt

Descent to Ardez

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