43 Jakobsweg Graubünden
43 Jakobsweg Graubünden

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Jakobsweg Graubünden

Stage 17, Trun–Disentis

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Jakobsweg Graubünden

Legendary Trun maple tree. Museum of history of the three Graubünden federations- «Cuort Ligia Grischa». From church tower to church tower through the homeland of Schellenursli-creator, Alois Carigiet. And along the Vorderrhein to Disentis/Mustér with its impressive monastery.
Legendary Trun maple tree. Museum of history of the three Graubünden federations- «Cuort Ligia Grischa». From church tower to church tower through the homeland of Schellenursli-creator, Alois Carigiet. And along the Vorderrhein to Disentis/Mustér with its impressive monastery.
12 km
560 m | 280 m
3 h 30 min
medium (mountain hiking trail) | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Trun
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Cumpadials - Punt Gronda
Duration
Until further notice
Reason
Landslide
Status
validated
Data source: Swiss Hiking Federation and Cantonal hiking associations

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Disentis/Mustér
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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

Catrina Resort
Catrina Resort
Disentis/Mustér
Chesa Prema
Chesa Prema
Cavardiras
Hotel-Restaurant La Furca
Hotel-Restaurant La Furca
Disentis/Mustér
TCS Camping Disentis
TCS Camping Disentis
Disentis/Mustér
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Places

Trun
Trun
Sumvitg
Sumvitg
Disentis
Disentis
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Places of interest

Disentis Monastery
Disentis Monastery
Disentis–Sontga Gada
Disentis–Sontga Gada
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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