Hi Hi Addimccarthy - -
Here is some information on the trails and markings. Perhaps it is redundant. Not sure which maps you have studied.
You can buy paper maps as well as use the smartphone app, both from Swisstopo.
Paper maps are usually available at sporting goods stores and convenience stores ( Volg, Kiosk, Aperto, etc.) for the nearby regions.
map.geo.admin.ch/?topic=ech&lang=en&bgLa yer=ch.swisstopo.pixel karte-farbe&layers=ch.bav.ha ltestellen-oev,ch.swisstopo.swiss tlm3d-wanderwege&layers_visi bility=false,true&E=26 29782.84&N=1156386.07& zoom=6
Details about that trail section:
map.schweizmobil.ch/?lang=en&land=wanderlan d&route=1&bgLayer=pk&l ayers=Wanderland&seaso n=summer&resolution=20 &E=2630690&N=1154820
www.schweizmobil.ch/en /hiking-in-switzerland/routes/nat ional-routes/route/etappe-01557.html
If you are not used to strenuous physical activity at high altitude, you may find yourself stopping to catch your breath frequently as you climb to the Sefinenfurgge, which will slow you down, and the 1200 meter descent from that high point to Griesalp may leave you with sore knees if your legs are not used to such exercise.
Here are your first words:
<<" I still would like to do a hike, but I am not looking for anzthing very intense or difficult.">>
I think that the hike you have chosen will fit in the description of what you wish to avoid, unless, as Alan noted, "In good weather, this hike is doable if you are fit." The weather changes frequently, unpredictably, and on short notice in the high Alps. Be prepared.
Snowman has plenty of Alpine Hiking experience:
<<"That trail will not "disappear" (if there is no fog, that is), but I
would not do it solo at this time of the year when there might not be so
many other hikers to rescue you "in case"..."
My name has a "z" in it, and I am used to an English language keyboard. So, when I type on a Swiss keyboard, I get a "y" when I want a "z" when I type my name. And, vice versa. It takes me a few days to sort that out. Seems like you have the same issue. ;-)