Sent - Mot Spadla - Piz Spadla - Alp Spadla

Difficult
22.5 km
10:00 h
1492 mhd
1492 mhd
Piz Spadla
Piz Spadla

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Piz Spadla
Prospective hike to The Sentner Local Mountain Piz Spadla
Technique 5/6
Fitness 6/6
Highest Point  2921 m
Lowest Point  1435 m
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Start PostAuto-Haltestelle Sent, Sala
Destination PostAuto-Haltestelle Sent, Sala
Coordinates 46.81727, 10.336345

Description

From the PostBus stop Sent, Sala you first walk through the alleys lined by beautiful Engadine houses over the village mittelpunk Plaz to the northeastern village exit of Sent. Via a dirt road you cross the meadows above Sent and reach the farms Telf through a piece of forest. Following the path, you will continue to reach altitude metres. After the entrance to the high valley Val Spadla, before the Alp Spadla, the path branches right towards the ridge of the Mountain Range Spadla. Over several bends you quickly gain height and finally reach Mot Spadla above the avalanche constructions. On the ridge, the hike becomes technically a little more difficult and requires some concentration. But you can't miss the goal any more, on the ridge with a view of the Val Sinestra you will soon reach the summit. Due to its height and exposed location, one enjoys a magnificent all-round view over the peaks and valleys of the Silvretta.
The way back leads over the west ridge to Fuorcla Spadla. If you still have enough energy, you can still manage the approximately 200 meters of altitude to the Piz Soér. Otherwise, you will descend into Val Spadla. At the Alp Spadla you get back to the forest road, which brings you back to Sent on the same way.  At the Alp Telf you can take the hiking trail, which leads steeply down over the meadows into the forest and follows the natural road over Maris, reaches the Reservar of the municipality and Sent.

Sicherheitshinweis

Die Tour wurde bei günstigen Witterungsverhältnissen bewertet, die aktuellen Witterungsverhältnisse und Wettervorhersagen müssen vor dem Tourenstart zwingend beachtet werden. Diese Wanderung erfordert ein gutes Orientierungsvermögen, Trittsicherheit, Wanderschuhe und Alpine Erfahrung.

Notruf:
144   Notruf, Erste Hilfe   
1414 Bergrettung REGA
112   Internationaler Notruf

Directions

Von Sent Sala zum nordöstlichen Dorfausgang von Sent
Über eine Feldstrasse und durch ein Waldstück nach Telf
Weiter Richtung Alp Spadla, jedoch vorher bei der Abzweigung rechts Richtung Grat abbiegen
Aufstieg zum Grat
Auf dem Grat weiter bis zum Gipfel
Rückweg via Westgrat bis Fuorcla Spadla
Optional Aufstieg zum Piz Soèr
Abstieg ins Val Spadla
Bei der Alp Spadla auf die Forststrasse nach Sent

Responsible for this content Tourismus Engadin Scuol Samnaun Val Müstair AG.
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