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Flüelapass

 

 

 

February 15th 2013

 

 

 

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Picture Collection Flüelapass

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Panorama view Flüelapass summit Davos

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Davos Dorf

Davos Dorf, starting point and entrance to Fluelapass on the north side. We look towards Davos west. Behind us is the Wolfgang Pass and Lake Davos.

 

View up towards the pass summit

We have passed through the first small woods and are now on the first small plateau with the valley station of the mountain cableway. In the  background you can spot the first the first hostel and the first serpentines.

N 46°48´42”  E 009°50’40”

 

 

N 46°47´40”  E 009°54’30”

 

 

 

 

 

 

North side, view back to Davos

At this position, we have already done about half of the distance to the pass summit and stop at a small waterfall that you can see on the next pictures. The  pictures were shot in 3 different directions from here.

 

North side, view back to Davos

Same location as the left picture. With a different perspective.

N 46°45´46”  E 009°56’25”

 

 

N 46°45´46”  E 009°56’25”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Half the distance to the summit - Nordth side

This is the waterfall with the small stone bridge. A worthy motive, especially there is a good place to park the motorbike safely aside the pass road.

 

North side, view back  to  Davos

Again a view back down the pass road towards Davos.

N 46°45´46”  E 009°56’25”

 

 

N 46°45´46”  E 009°56’25”

 

 

 

 

 

 

North side Fluelapass

North side of the Fluelapass, in the middle of the serpentines, Looking over to the alpine mountain lodge of the Swiss Alp Hiking club.

 

Pass summit with hostel hospice

Pass summit of Fluelapass overlooking the lake and the hospice. From the right you can see the pass road coming up from Davos and leads left out the picture across the pass summit down into the Inn valley to Susch.

N 46°45´54”  E 009°56’24”

 

 

N 46°45´05”  E 009°56’44”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flüela Pass summit

Pass summit Fluelapass, shot in September with a view to the north over to the hospice. We are about 600ft behind the pass summit with driving direction down to the  Engadine. We usually always park at this small lake.

 

Flüela Pass summit

This picture was also taken in September 2008 during the Alpine Raid at the same position as the left image, but his time swiveled 180 degrees to the south.

N 46°45´02”  E 009°56’51”

 

 

N 46°45´39”  E 009°56´24”

 

 

 

 

Flüelapass southside

If you have passed the first serpentines after the summit towards the south, you will find a a large gravel parking lot from which you can enjoy this outlook.

 

Flüelapass southside

Same position as the left picture, but a few yards away up in the meadows with view to the small mountain crest south down to the Inn valley

N 46°44´30”  E 009°58’02”

 

 

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Flüelapass southside

Same position as the picture taken above, just another viewing angle.

 

Flüelapass southside

Same position as the three pictures before, but this time with a couple travelling on a BMW from the Netherlands.

N 46°44´30”  E 009°58’02”

 

 

N 46°44´30”  E 009°58’02”

 

 

 

 

 

 

the village Susch, southside, Inn river valley

Strating point and destination of the Fluelapass in the Inn Valley in the  small town Susch. We are looking in the direction up to St. Moritz, Zernez and the Ofen Pass. Behind me, the road leads to the  Reschenpass.

 

Susch in the  Inn Valley

Again Susch, overlooking the Inn. On the left you can drive down towards the Vereina railway car transit train station and down the Inn Valley to the Reschen pass..

N 46°44´57”  E 010°04’43”

 

 

N 46°44´57”  E 010°04’43”

 

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