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Oberalp - Lai da Tuma - Lai Urlaun - Oberalp

Oberalp - Lai da Tuma - Lai Urlaun - Oberalp

04:49
7.75 mi
1.6 mph
1,500 ft
1,500 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
315 yd
0.62 mi
1.19 mi
1.64 mi
2.22 mi
2.83 mi
2.87 mi
3.68 mi
4.27 mi
4.75 mi
5.35 mi
5.83 mi
6.23 mi
7.12 mi
7.64 mi
7.75 mi
Destination

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Tanja went for a hike.

July 12, 2018

Comments

  • Robert Helle

    Suuupi..had been there already ..

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    • July 15, 2018

  • toggi

    super nice area, know me something because earlier in this area very often on the radiate. Congratulations on this tour. And of course, as always; beautiful pictures

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    • July 16, 2018

  • Dario Stäuble

    Hello, would not have anything with the Do z tue. I'm on the go with my dog ​​and I want to make a bit of a breeze on the internet go luege ha but nothing found chasch you help me vlt witer?
    Thanks in advance and greetings

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    • July 18, 2018

  • Tanja

    Hello everybody@ Toggi: Thank you very much.@Dario: We have made last year, the other side with the sky ladder: komoot.de/tour/21736621
    I personally would recommend the ladder ladders only limited with dogs. According to rumors, the Lisengrat should be better. If you take the hike: I would be very interested in a recommendation (or not). The Lisengrat is actually still on our planning sometime this year or next.
    Liebi Grüess, Tanja

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    • July 18, 2018

  • toggi

    Hallo Tanja,
    to the question concerning Lisengrat with dog. I know your Fifi from your always beautiful pictures. I would advise against this tour. There are a lot of high, deep steps, stairs and safety ropes there. some times you probably need your two hands for yourself, what should be done with the Fifi? since there are always capricorns to see, it's always advisable to keep your dog leashed. On the other hand; if you are already high on the sky with a dog, the lisengrat is certainly a bit 'easier' but a few longer.
    My advice; without a dog everyone is better served. Greeting

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    • July 20, 2018

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