Tschiertschen - Carmennapass - Weisshorn/Arosa (02)

8.4 km
3:45 h
1316 mhd
11 mhd
Das Aroser Weisshorn mit der Station der Luftseilbahn Arosa-Weisshorn als Ziel dieser Wanderung.
Traditional transition to Arosa with a daring ascent to the "Carmennapass" nud to the summit of the Aroser Weisshorn, through the most diverse alpine flora and with a beautiful view into the Urdental!
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Fitness /6
Highest Point  2645 m
Lowest Point  1332 m
Best Season

Start Tschiertschen
Destination Weisshorn/Arosa
Coordinates 46.818274, 9.606752


From the village centre (1343 m .M) Tschiertschen over the Oberdorf, "Bödem" and "Clüs" as well as the "Alpbach" (1576 m.a.M.s.l.) to the junction into the Urden valley near the "Bleiswald". From there in a small incline on the Urder Alpweg to the big turn-off in the beautiful terrain of "Capätsch" (1775 m.a.s.l.M), which invites you to a short stop at the beautiful "Urdenbach". Here, the route branches off to the left of the track, crosses the "Urdenbach" and climbs over the "Schafstein" (1939 m.a.s.l..M) and the subsequent steep slope to the unification with the path coming from the "Inner Urden" alp. Through a large hollow and the subsequent steep step you now reach the "Carmennapass" (2367 m.a.s.l.M), where the view of the off-road chambers of Arosa and the Plessur Alps opens up. From the "Carmennapass" you can either climb over the southwest shoulder to the "Weisshorn" (2653 m.a.s.l.M, mountain restaurant and cable car to Arosa) or descend on one of the various hiking routes via the LAW middle station (2015 m.a.s.l.M) to Arosa (1739 m.M) or via the "Carmennahut" (2134 m.M) to Innerarosa


As a variant, you can reach the "Carmennapass" from Tschiertschen instead of on the route via "Capätsch" in practically the same time also via the Alp "Inner Urden". From the village centre, follow the signs "Inner Urden - Carmenna Pass - Arosa"!

The descent from the "Carmenna Pass" to Tschiertschen on the described ascent route requires approx. 2 h.

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