Alpine Hike around Piz Sezner
From one alp to the next - with or without climbing a peak. This is hiking to your heart’s content. The region between Obersaxen and Vella in Val Lumnezia offers fantastic trails and magnificent views.
From Obersaxen Meierhof, we head out in the direction of Miraniga and continue on to Wali, the starting point of a spectacular alpine hike which leads via Alp Stavonas, Alp Prada, and Alp Naul to Alp Nova. The trail then descends on the Lugnez side toward Alp Sezner and Vella, meandering between countless huts and barns. Another option, although without an actual path, is to climb up to the summit of Piz Sezner (2310 m) from Alp Nova. The panoramic views from the top of Piz Terri, Piz Aul and the Tödi group towering above the town of Trun are magnificent. We return from Piz Sezner via Claveira to Wali and continue along a small road to Miraniga and Meierhof, or as an alternative, you could go back to Meierhof via Sässli ravine.
Hiking time: approx. 6 hours
Level of difficulty: difficult
For groups of 10 people and more, reservations through Tel. +41 (0)58 453 24 01
From 19.40: Mandatory reservations
Route open all year
Travel-date details/validity: view timetable/timetable information
PostBus Switzerland Ltd
|Tel.:||+41 (0)58 453 24 01|
|Fax:||+41 (0)58 667 38 70|
Bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle.
You can find more information at Biking and Postbus.
Not all buses are equipped with bike rack. The transportation of bikes is restricted. There is no guarantee of transportation. During the summer months, there is increased capacity for bicycle transportation. It is not possible to make reservations for bikes.
Limited wheelchair access to the postbus
Not all services are wheelchair-accessible. For information, please call +41 (0)58 453 24 01
(Foto: Graubünden Ferien)
Museum Regiunal Surselva
The Museum Regiunal Surselva is an ethnographic museum. It’s a local history museum but with a difference. Here, you can explore the world of the region’s former economy: handicrafts, agriculture and «home economics» were the three main pillars of people’s former livelihoods. In a well arranged exhibition, the museum shows how they worked together.
In summer there is a varied children’s programme, once a week in Ilanz and once in Brigels. The special exhibition «Tiba Töne – tuns da tibas» is dedicated to the Surselva alpine horn.
Museum Regiunal Surselva
P.O. Box 152
|Tel.:||+41 (0)81 925 41 81|
|Fax:||+41 (0)81 925 38 68|