Hüttenweg Chamanna Cluozza

Medium
16 km
7:15 h
1088 mhd
1088 mhd
Herbstliche Morgenstimmung eingangs Val Trupchun. Im Talgrund der Piz dal Diavel.
Kurz vor der Cluozza-Hütte überqueren wir die Ova da Cluozza. Von dort aus sind wir in einer Viertelstunde bei der Hütte.

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Die Cluozza-Hütte bietet eine einzigartige Übernachtungsgelegenheit in einem der wildesten Täler der Schweiz.
The trail leads to the "primordial cell" of the Swiss National Park, the Val Cluozza, which has been protected since 1909. The Chamanna Cluozza is the only hut in the park area where you can spend the night. Here you literally feel at the pulse of nature. A unique experience.
Technique 3/6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2135 m
Lowest Point  1468 m
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Start
Zernez train station (1471 m above sea level.M.)
Destination
Zernez train station (1471 m above sea level.M.)
Coordinates
46.69793, 10.090281

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Description

The hike to Chamanna Cluozza is one of the classics among the tours in the national park. On the way, the highlights are the deep view of the Cluozza Gorge, chamois, deer, the panorama and at the finish the Chamanna Cluozza itself. Originally built as a house for the first park ranger, the cabin now accommodates 63 people. Far away from any human influence, an overnight stay in the magnificent accommodation, comparable by standard to a SAC hut, beckons. Be sure to reserve early (online at www.cluozza.ch)! A hike to Chamanna Cluozza can be combined with an ascent of the Piz Quatterval, a tour over the Murtersattel to the Ofenpass road at the Postbus stop Vallun Chafuol/P3 or via the Fuorcla Val Sassa into the Val Trupchun (see corresponding routes).

Note: Dogs are not allowed in the Swiss National Park, not even on a leash. For more information and all protections, see nationalpark.ch/schutzbestimmungen.

Geheimtipp

On hot days, the midday hours should not be chosen for the ascent. The area around "Il Pra" is to be avoided during thunderstorms.

Sicherheitshinweis

Mountain hike (white-red-white). The well-developed path leads through steep valley flanks that require a head for heights.

Emergency call:
144 Emergency call, first aid
1414 Mountain rescue REGA
112 International emergency call

Ausrüstung

Hiking boots or mountain boots, warm clothing, sun and rain protection, hiking poles as needed, binoculars recommended.

Directions

From Zernez station (1474 m above sea.M level) through the village eastwards towards the Ofenpass and on the covered wooden bridge over the Spöl. From here two variants: The western path leads after a piece of tarred road on a dirt road towards the forest, turns sharply to the east and then gradually rises. The eastern path leads on a cart path through meadows into a larch forest, rises steeply and finally meets the dirt road described above. From here to the east to the Sarasinstein, located on the edge of the Cluozza Gorge, which is dedicated to one of the founding personalities of the Swiss National Park. The path zigzags to Il Pra. There follows the turnoff to the south. The path runs along the partly steep eastern slope of the Murtaröl ridge through extensive pine fields. After a small fountain, the trail reaches the highest point of the tour, on a green ground (2100 m above sea level.M), which offers a beautiful view of the Val Cluozza and the southern slopes of the Terza chain. Chamois, deer and ibex often appear there, especially in the evening light. The path now leads downhill, with some sloping spots, and reaches the Ova da Cluozza via the meadow Il Grass. This is crossed on a bridge, then the path leads uphill again, and reaches the Chamanna Cluozza (1882 m above sea level.M.) after 80 meters of altitude.

Directions

Public Transport

  • With the Rhaetian Railway (from Chur, Prättigau, Upper and Lower Engadine) hourly to Zernez

Anreise Information

  • From the north: via Landquart – Klosters by car transport through the Vereina tunnel (Selfranga - Sagliains) or over the Flüela Pass into the Lower Engadine on H27
  • From the east: via Landeck / Austria in the direction of St. Moritz on H27
  • From the south: via Reschenpass (Nauders-Martina) or Ofenpass (Val Müstair-Zernez) on H27

Zernez is located directly on the Engadine road H27.

Parken

  • Free parking at the train station, in the village and at the visitor center of the National Park in Zernez.

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