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Situated in the Swiss Canton of Graubünden at 1.405 m Sedrun covers an area of 133,91 km² and is home to 2.453 people.
Sedrun-Oberalp in Winter
Andermatt-Sedrun SkiArena boasts 120 km of perfectly groomed ski trails, snowmaking systems guarantee snow on 50 km. 20 lift facilities connect the ski resorts of Gemsstock, Nätschen and Sedrun-Oberalp. Freestyle skiers will love this resort: Terrain Park with halfpipe at the Sedrun Tegia Gronda lift and a Terrain Park at Gemsstock in Andermatt. SnowNight Sedrun allows skiing or tobogganing until 10pm on floodlit slopes.
The local huts such as the Mountain Restaurant Milez or bars and lounges such as the Himalaya Bar serve traditional delicacies and offer lots of après ski fun. Tobogganing runs, about 140 km of cross-country trails, many winter hiking routes and snow shoe trails complete the offer suitable for all ages. The Avalanche Training Centre shows how to react in case of an avalanche.
Sedrun-Oberalp in Summer
The Paragliding World Cup makes a stop at Disentis/Sedrun every year and both the athletes and the audience love this competition. Kick the Vic Eco Freeride Tour, a sustainable freeriding competition, successfully combines the love of adventure and the love of nature. At the Sedrun Water Worlds visitors can explore the Rhine or one of the numerous lakes, try their luck at gold panning or relax at Bogn Sedrun Water Park.
The baroque style Benedictine Monastery is definitely worth visiting, especially families will enjoy the monastery’s farm which sells local produce. Athletes as well as nature lovers can choose from various hiking and mountain biking routes such as the hike across the 90m Salbit Rope Bridge, through the Schöllenen Gorge or the 5 Lakes Hike. Passionate hikers and families can explore the mountains on numerous via ferratas, join guided tours explaining local myths or take a ride on the Oberalp Openair-Express.