Hike Maschgenkamm – Spitzmeilenhütte – Prodalp

This day-long hike takes you to the idyllically located Spitzmeilen Hut owned by the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC) and across Alp Fusch back to Prodalp. Enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings as well as the peace and tranquillity of the alpine world.

Route in summer 2019

Prodkamm – Maschgenkamm – Zigerfurgglen – Spitzmeilenhütte SAC– Fursch – Panüol – Prodalp


Route information

  • Length: 16 km (+ 1km from Prodkamm)
  • Duration: 5 hours (+ 30 min. from Prodkamm)
  • Altitude difference upwards: 552 m
  • Altitude difference downwards: 908 m
  • Footwear: good hiking boots
Restaurants along the route: Prodkamm, Maschgenkamm, Spitzmeilenhütte SAC, Fursch, Panüöl, Prodalp
Tip: Combine the hike with a climb to the Spitzmeilen summit. If that’s too much for you, why not stay overnight in the Spitzmeilen Hut and turn the outing into a two-day hike.


Arrival information

From Tannenheim the gondola lift takes you up to Prodalp, then the 8-seater chair lift takes you to Prodkamm. Hike along the beautiful and interesting high trail to Maschgenkamm. Further possibility from Prodalp via shuttle "FlumsiTrain" and 6-seater chairlift Panüöl to the Maschgenkamm. From Maschgenkamm, hike along a level path to Zigerfurgglen and from there, follow the hiking path across the glorious meadows and fresh mountain streams via Calanshüttli to the Spitzmeilen Hut. Another option would be to head to Sächserseeli via Zigerfurgglen and then further on, to climb up to Hoch Camatsch, then back down to Calans and finally on to the Spitzmeilen Hut (approx. 2.5 – 3 hours’ hiking).

Take a rest in the cosy hut before hiking back. From the SAC Spitzmeilen Hut, follow the hiking path down to Alp Fursch. Then continue along a natural path to Alp Panüöl. Opposite the Furschwald forest, head in the direction of Rotenberg to arrive at Prodalp. From Prodalp, take the Prodalp-Express to Tannenheim and, if necessary, the post bus back to Tannenboden.

Please note that the Maschgenkamm gondola lift will be rebuilt in summer 2019.