33 Via Albula/Bernina
33 Via Albula/Bernina

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Via Albula/Bernina

Stage 5, Preda–Spinas

Route report
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Via Albula/Bernina

Along the «King's Stage» from Preda to the southern portal of the tunnel and over the Albulapass. The mountain hike leads past the crystal-clear Palpuognasee lake, over Weissenstein Alp or Crap Alv up to the Fuorcla Crap Alv (2466 m altitude) and steeply down into Val Bever to the idyllic stage destination of Spinas.
Along the «King's Stage» from Preda to the southern portal of the tunnel and over the Albulapass. The mountain hike leads past the crystal-clear Palpuognasee lake, over Weissenstein Alp or Crap Alv up to the Fuorcla Crap Alv (2466 m altitude) and steeply down into Val Bever to the idyllic stage destination of Spinas.
12 km
820 m | 780 m
4 h 20 min
medium (mountain hiking trail) | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Preda
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Season

Season
Beware: snowfields possible into summer months on high-level sections

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Transport Albula Tunnel
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Transport Albula Tunnel
Rail, bus, boat recommendation
Preda–Spinas
or
Spinas–Preda
Reason: metres in height saved Preda-Spinas 670m, Spinas–Preda 650m.
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Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Spinas
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Contact

Signpost management
Signposting is managed by the cantonal hiking trail organisation on behalf of the communities. Lend a hand by becoming a member in your canton.
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Wanderwege Graubünden
Kornplatz 12
7000 Chur
info@wwgr.ch
www.wanderwege-graubünden.ch

Services

Accommodation

Hotel Preda Kulm
Hotel Preda Kulm
Preda-Bergün
Gasthaus Spinas
Gasthaus Spinas
Bever
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Bookable offers

33 Via Albula & Bernina
33 Via Albula & Bernina
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Places

Preda
Preda
Spinas
Spinas
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Signalization

Signalization
For hiking, follow the logo indicated on the yellow signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your hike for safety's sake.
Signalization