Lukmanier Pass route

The Lukmanier Pass is known for its unique natural landscape, with biological and historic-cultural treasures. The rugged mountain landscape will fascinate you and makes the Lukmanier Pass a special destination.

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The road travels along the Santa Maria reservoir.
The road travels along the Santa Maria reservoir.© Mattias Nutt Photography

During the summer season, PostBus runs from Disentis railway station to the Lukmanier Pass, which is situated at 1,920 metres above sea level. From the top of the pass, Autolinee Bleniesi provides connections to Biasca railway station. The Lukmanier Pass is the lowest north-south Alpine crossing. By Postbus, you will reach the top of the pass in 30 minutes, following a journey through the romantic Medel Gorge and the Medelsertal.

Discover numerous highlights before, during and after your journey.

  • Disentis Abbey
  • Cristallina Mineral Museum
  • Hiking trail for the senses in Curaglia (PostBus stop: Curaglia, Posta)
  • “Cascada Fimatsch” waterfall (PostBus stops: Acla or Pardatsch)
  • Santa Maria reservoir
  • Lai Blau hike (PostBus stop: Lai da Sontga Maria)

Lukmanier Pass route timetable

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The Lukmanier Pass route runs daily from approx. mid-June to mid-October.

Round trip hike on the Mutschnengia suspension bridge

The Postbus from Disentis to Curaglia is a convenient way to begin your trip. The hike first takes you over the field trail towards Pali. From there, the path climbs steadily to the edge of the forest. It then continues over the larch wood suspension bridge, which spans almost 100 metres. Following this, you will find a number of beautiful photo opportunities among the houses and barns of the village of Mutschnengia. For a short break, try the panoramic terrace at Hotel Cuntera. At the bottom end of the village, you will find the hiking trail back to Curaglia.


1 hr 30 mins

Difficulty level



4.6 km

Level of difficulty

+ 226 m / − 226 m

Starting point

Curaglia, Posta


Curaglia, Posta

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