E-bike round trip Churer Joch - Walser village Tschiertschen
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From Chur, this varied route first leads along the Plessur river to Meiersboden. There the beautiful ascent begins, which first leads to Passugg. After a short stretch on the road follows the further ascent to Churwalden on the very worthwhile "Polenweg", which was extended by Poles from 1940-44 and thus got its name. In Churwalden then follows the actual ascent on the "Jochwäg", at the beginning on a mountain road, later on forest roads through forests and over beautiful alps ever higher up to the actual summit destination - the Churer Joch. Magnificent alpine flora and views of the mountain world of Lenzerheide characterize the beautiful ascent. For the rewarding deep view down to the Alpine City of Chur and the mighty Calanda massif behind it, it is worth making the short climb to the highest point and all the way to the front.
Now follows a long descent on the other side of the Joch. The landscape and view here is no less attractive than on the other side, because now you look directly into the Schanfigg valley with its picturesque Walser villages and mountain landscapes. After the short counter-ascension, the mighty Arosa Weisshorn also shows itself from the rear side at the Hühnerköpfe mountain restaurant. The further descent follows the mountain road, past the beautiful Furgglis mountain restaurant to the Walser village of Tschiertschen. Whether in one of the mountain restaurants or in Tschiertschen itself in the Hotel/Restaurant Alpina on the large panorama terrace, a stopover is definitely worthwhile. Finally, there is the descent on the little-used mountain road to Passugg and from there back on the ascent route 255 via Meiersboden back to Chur.
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