4 Days Hike (Val Muri,LagoSt.Giacomo,­V.Viola,V. Da Camp,V.Poschiavo)

Dear All.
I plan a hike for 4 Days (1st to 4th August) goes true Switzerland and Italy.
The Area between Santa Maria (Müstair) , Val Da Camp and Tirano is amazing! Between Val Da Camp and Tirano (I) I`ve been already. On one Day a Hike can be between 7-9h without brakes. To have this kind of trails 4 days makes the hole Trail strong. So this trail is nothing for beginners.
Here is a Map prepared (provisory) with a lot of Informations (Links). Details can change. There are also alternatives. https://www.dropbox.com/s/x3b5qxmy1bk1tad/Map%20Livigno.pdf

The registration here is now definitly!

I have reservated in the huts for 4 persons!

If the weather outlooks doesn`t look fine, I will cancel this hike!

We take a train from Zürich to "Sta. Maria Val Müstair, posta ", Meetup at Zürich Mainstation 7:00 am. Train from Zürich is at 7:07am (Zürich; Landquart; Zernez; Sta. Maria Val Mustaire arrive at 10:22am). People from Basel can take a train at 6:07am. We will not arrive in Sta. Maria much later, than the timeplan bevore!

Return: We take the Train back from Tirano (planed) back to Zürich. The last Train is at 5:40 pm. Arriving (4th August) in Zürich 11:48 pm.

Costs:
Arrival and depature:
Halftax: Train and Bus from Zürich to "Sta. Maria Val Müstair, posta " 40 CHF
Halftax: Train Tirano to Zürich 44 CHF (take a ticket at first in Tirano!)

Accomodations and Huts:
about 70 CHF per Night (3 Nights)
I still have to check that!

SUMMA: 40+44+3x70 = ca. 298 CHF without Drinks and Food for the Trail. For the Food in the Huts I have to ask (dinner mostly inclusive in the huts).
I don`t make an account for the transaction, you have to pay for the ticket and in the huts and accomodation by yourself!

IMPORTANT

* The organizer is not responsible for any bodily injury or other accidents that might happen during the hike. By signing up on this activity, the participants agree that the organizer will not be held responsible in any way. Although the hike is not complicated, it is each individual responsibility to ensure that they can do the hike and check out the trail.

* To bring along : hiking boots, rain gear, water, snack, lunch ( I suggest we take lunch on the trails), smile, positive attitude, suncream. Is good if you have your own sleeping bag with you. Minimum probably an "Inner-Sleeping-Bag".

* In case there is lots of rain, storm etc. then of course this hike does not take place

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  • Matthias

    Hi Han Lo
    Yes, you can do that. It looks like, that we are 5 People.
    Thanks a lot!
    Cheers
    matthias

    July 31, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Done!

      July 31, 2013

  • Matthias

    Dear Guys
    Here is the List of costs approx, without take a way food, drinks and specials. The Price in the Hut is a half pension, so incl. Dinner and Breakfast. From the Huts we can buy food and drinks for the trail after.
    Train: Halftax, Zurich to Sta. Maria, 40chf
    Train: Halftax, Tirano to Zurich, 44chf
    Hut: Refugio Di Fraele, 60Euro = ca. 72chf
    Hut: SAC, Hut Val Da Camp (Val di Campo), 70chf
    Hut: SAC, Hut San Romerio in a dorm room, 64chf
    ___________________________________________
    Summary: 290chf
    Important think about Euro for the first hut as well

    The Hut Val Viola as an option to Val Da camp. I don`t know yet about the price, but it should be less than Val Da Camp!

    Ps..
    Bring your own sleeping bag with you, for the Hut San Romerio.

    July 31, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Matthias, I just wanted to point out that it looks like reservations are required for the bus from Zernez to Sta. Maria Val Müstair. Will you book it or shall I?

    Also to all, my number is[masked] if for whatever reason we manage not to find each other tomorrow morning. Thanks.

    July 31, 2013

  • sandhya p.

    O! Wonderful for asking them quickly :) Thank you indeed. Do keep me posted.

    July 31, 2013

  • Matthias

    Sandhya: Yes, we need definitly sticks for this hike.

    July 31, 2013

  • Matthias

    Hi Sandhya

    I have to ask the Hut "Rifugio Val Fraele" tomorrow if it`s stil possible for one more Person. For the other three hut`s, one more Person is no Problem.

    July 31, 2013

  • sandhya p.

    Dear Matthias,

    Thank you very much for organising the hike and arranging the stays. We would need hiking sticks too? I will get them, just in case.
    I also have another friend who expresses interest in joining for the hike (she would confirm by tomorrow 10am at the latest). How difficult would it be to arrange extra beds for her as well. If you could tell me, the booking number /the telephone numbers/ email ids of the refugios, I can book this extra bed on her behalf. And trouble you less :)

    Let me know and see you all soon. Could you also please send me a PM with your mobile number?

    July 30, 2013

  • Matthias

    Hello Everybody

    I will take out Provisory, so the hike we will definitly do with 4 Hikers!

    :-)

    Cheers Matthias

    1 · July 30, 2013

  • Matthias

    Hi Han Lo, yes I will have my sleeping bag with me. It`s good if you have also one with you. Specially for the hut " Viola" and "San Romerio" .

    July 30, 2013

  • Matthias

    Hi Han Lo, yes we have following huts (= "Refugios").
    The 1. hut is: http://www.rifugiovalfraele.com
    The 2. hut is: http://www.valviola.it/ or http://www.saoseo.ch/
    The 3. hut is: http://www.sanromerio.ch/deutsch/index.htm

    July 30, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Thanks. I'm cool either way, but are you reserving individual rooms for each of us or are we all sharing?

      Also I can't tell with the second hut what kind of accommodations there will be. Are you bringing a sleeping bag?

      July 30, 2013

  • Matthias

    If someone wants to come, please tell me latest until today evening. I have to know how many persons, because of the reservations, specially in the first "Refugio"!

    July 30, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Matthias, do you know what kind of huts they will be on the way? In other words, do we need to bring towels and sleeping bags? Thanks.

    July 30, 2013

  • Matthias

    I have found a better time for the train and bus to "Sta. Maria Val Müstaire".

    We take a train from Zürich to "Sta. Maria Val Müstair, posta ", Meetup at Zürich Mainstation 7:00 am. Train from Zürich is at 7:07am (Zürich; Landquart; Zernez; Sta. Maria Val Mustaire arrive at 10:22am). People from Basel can take a train at 6:07am. We will not arrive in Sta. Maria much later, than the timeplan bevore!

    Return: We take the Train back from Tirano (planed) back to Zürich. The last Train is at 5:40 pm. Arriving (4th August) in Zürich 11:48 pm.

    July 30, 2013

  • Matthias

    Hi Han Lo, it looks good, someone wants to come as well. So now we are 3 Persons. If we are about 4 it`s brilliant. Also the weather forecast looks brilliant there. http://meteo.search.ch/sta-maria, http://meteo.search.ch/poschiavo

    July 30, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi Matthias. This sounds great. I know it's getting down to the last minute, so let me know if you manage to get a group together for the hike. Thanks!

    July 30, 2013

  • Juri A.

    already made plans for this longer weekend, but would have joined otherwise.

    July 28, 2013

  • Natalia

    I would love to join but I am more from the beginners category :-(

    July 28, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    nice idea but I have to work on Friday.. Enjoy for me :-)

    July 28, 2013

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