20 Mot Tavrü - OPEN

Hiking trail

Val Tavrü is of historic importance to the National Park. From 1911 to 1936, when the whole valley was part of the Park, it formed the boundary to our vast nature reserve.

Today cattle graze at Alp Tavrü, and the red deer withdraw during the day to the neighbouring valley of Val Foraz. They can generally be well observed from Mot Tavrü.

Particularities
Red deer sightings Val Foraz, view from Mot Tavrü, traditional mountain pasture Alp Tavrü. In S-charl bear exhibition and bear trail.

20 Mot Tavrü - OPEN

Difficulty: white-red-white / easy

Arrival
Starting point can be reached by post bus (bus stops: Scuol, Schmelzra or S-charl).

Season

June, July, August, September, October

Route-information

Length
6.00 km
Vertical heigth
600 m
Time required
2 hours 15 minutes
Level technique
Easy
Level condition
Middle

Arrival

Starting point
Scuol Schmelzra oder S-charl (Altitude: 1792 m)
Arrival by public transport (stop/station)
Scuol, Schmelzra Timetable SBB
Destination
Mot Tavrü (Altitude: 2420 m)

Documents

The offer is suitable for

  • Adults
  • Children from 7-12 years
  • Children >12 years
  • 50+
  • Families
  • Groups

Contact

Nationalparkzentrum
Urtatsch 2
7530 Zernez
Telephone +41 (0)81 851 41 41
Mobile -
http://www.nationalparkzentrum.ch

20 Mot Tavrü - OPEN

20 Mot Tavrü - OPEN

Bear exhibition S-charl

Here visitors can take a look at historical scenes, discover how bears live, their biology and the likelihood of their return to the region. The exhibition is ideal for children.

Museum / Exhibition