Motta Naluns – Fuorcla Champatsch – Val Laver – Val Sinestra – Vnà

18 km
7:15 h
694 mhd
1199 mhd
Wunderbare Aussicht auf den Piz Tschütta
Der imposante Piz Tschütta

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With views of the mountain panorama from the Motta Naluns plateau, the path leads over Fuorcla Champatsch through the beautiful Val Sinestra, famous for its mineral springs, to Vnà.
Technique 4/6
Fitness 4/6
Highest Point  2723 m
Lowest Point  1634 m
Best Season

Start Top station Scuol-Motta Naluns
Destination PostBus stop Vnà, Jalmèr
Coordinates 46.810347, 10.271482


You initially take a leisurely ride by the Motta Naluns cable car up to 2146 metres above sea level. The actual hike begins at the top station Motta Naluns. At first the path is quite steep and leads toward Chamonna Naluns. At the first crossing you follow the signpost toward "Fuorcla Champatsch". Once you have reached the Fuorcla, a wonderful view of the Engadine mountain world opens up. On the right you see the magical Piz Champatsch and on the left Piz Tasna, which is the highest mountain in the Sent region. Straight ahead Piz Tschütta towers, one of the very impressive 3000m peaks in the Lower Engadine. The hike continues down into Val Laver, to Alp prà San Flurin. In summer the alp is serviced. Continue along the natural road past beautiful meadows and grazing horses. You then reach a forest where the path continues straight on and soon leads downhill with many bends into Val Sinestra. Following the valley you pass Zuort and finally reach Vnà.


Rest and stop for a break in Val Sinestra at the Zuort farm.


The tour was assessed in favourable weather conditions, it is imperative that the current weather conditions and weather forecasts are observed before starting the tour.

Emergency call:

144 Emergency call, first aid

1414 Mountain rescue REGA

112 International emergency call


  • From the Motta Naluns mountain station towards Jonvrai and Chamonna Naluns
  • Branching off towards Fuorcla Champatsch
  • After crossing Fuorcla Champatsch descent into Val Laver
  • Continue to Alp Prà San Flurin and the Zuort farm
  • Descent to Vnà

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