Guided hike from Alp Flix to Lake Palpuogna and Preda
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on Saturday, Sunday
Alp Flix or also called treasure island: The plateau is a beautiful high moor landscape with a unique biodiversity. The Walsers cleared the area in the 16th century, what remained are the most diverse habitats for flora and fauna.
So start at this natural jewel, and further on you will find overwhelming natural beauty: An idyllic little lake, an imposing rocky sky gate, a bright limestone hill, a glacier world and the colorful red rock of the Piz Jenatsch, a world in the midst of three thousand meter peaks!
The next day brings first a descent, we follow the lively mountain stream Beverin, flanked by still mighty mountains. Before the alpine pastures become too lush, we climb again and reach the picturesque mountain lakes Lais digl Crap Alv, and have now completely changed to the Albula pass side. Here too we admire a magnificent mountain panorama, and later the simply really beautiful Palpuognasee. A short descent with waterfall leads us to Preda, and to the departure station.
Hiking times: 5 3/4 hours per day
Ascent/Descent: 1350m/700m and 650m/1500m
Requirement: medium to demanding T2 - T3
Overnight stay in the Jenatschhütte SAC
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