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Hiking in the surroundings

Senda Segantini
Senda Segantini
Stage 1, Savognin–Bivio
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ViaSett
ViaSett
Stage 3, Tiefencastel–Savognin
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ViaSett
ViaSett
Stage 4, Savognin–Bivio
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Alpine Passes Trail
Alpine Passes Trail
Stage 3, Sur GR, Alp Flix–Furschela da Colm–Alp Viglia–Savognin
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Alpine Passes Trail
Alpine Passes Trail
Stage 4, Savognin–Radons–Pass da Schmorras–Ausserferrera
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Pfad der Pioniere Parc Ela
Pfad der Pioniere Parc Ela
Route 754, Surava–Surava
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Julia Uferweg
Julia Uferweg
Route 782, Tinizong, Cadras–Savognin, posta
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Cycling in the surroundings

Graubünden Route
Graubünden Route
Stage 2, Thusis–Bergün
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Biking in the surroundings

Alpine Bike
Giovanni's Paradies
Die verflixte Tour
Rona Bike
Radons Bike
Ziteil Bike
Tscharnoz Bike
Surses
Parc Ela

Parc Ela

The Parc Ela is the largest nature park in Switzerland. It lies in a diversified landscape around the Albula, Julier and Septimer Alpine passes and offers original nature, intact villages and a lively culture in three languages, Romanic, Italian and German.
The Parc Ela is the largest nature park in Switzerland. It lies in a diversified landscape around the Albula, Julier and Septimer passes and offers original nature, intact villages and a living culture in Romanic, Italian and German. The nature park municipalities cooperate in strengthening the regional economy, protecting nature and landscape and preserving the cultural heritage.

The Septimer, Julier and Albula are three historically significant north-south alpine passes lying inside the Nature Park. There are also over 50 minor passes where winding paths lead over rugged ranges into other valleys. A pass connects and supports cultural exchange. Be it Roman cart tracks and pillars, medieval castles, baroque churches, hotels from stagecoach times or historical villages, they all testify to the rich pass history.

The extraordinary cultural richness of the Parc Ela lies in the wide variety of nature. The landscape changes continually from the lowest point in the Schinschlucht (745m) to the summit of Piz Kesch (3418m). The Nature Park offers gentle hedgerow country, floral dry grasslands, rugged gorges, untouched pine forests, barren landscapes with glaciers and mountain lakes, views of high summits and an unusual variety of plants and animals.

There are 850 kilometres of trails, theme paths and guided walks where you can experience the biological, cultural and geological diversity of the park.
The Parc Ela is the largest nature park in Switzerland. It lies in a diversified landscape around the Albula, Julier and Septimer Alpine passes and offers original nature, intact villages and a lively culture in three languages, Romanic, Italian and German.
The Parc Ela is the largest nature park in Switzerland. It lies in a diversified landscape around the Albula, Julier and Septimer passes and offers original nature, intact villages and a living culture in Romanic, Italian and German. The nature park municipalities cooperate in strengthening the regional economy, protecting nature and landscape and preserving the cultural heritage.

The Septimer, Julier and Albula are three historically significant north-south alpine passes lying inside the Nature Park. There are also over 50 minor passes where winding paths lead over rugged ranges into other valleys. A pass connects and supports cultural exchange. Be it Roman cart tracks and pillars, medieval castles, baroque churches, hotels from stagecoach times or historical villages, they all testify to the rich pass history.

The extraordinary cultural richness of the Parc Ela lies in the wide variety of nature. The landscape changes continually from the lowest point in the Schinschlucht (745m) to the summit of Piz Kesch (3418m). The Nature Park offers gentle hedgerow country, floral dry grasslands, rugged gorges, untouched pine forests, barren landscapes with glaciers and mountain lakes, views of high summits and an unusual variety of plants and animals.

There are 850 kilometres of trails, theme paths and guided walks where you can experience the biological, cultural and geological diversity of the park.

Parc Ela

Adresse

Info- und Buchungsstelle Parc Ela
Stradung 42
7460 Savognin
Tel. +41 (0)81 659 16 18
info@parc-ela.ch
www.parc-ela.ch

Services

Places

Alp Flix
Alp Flix
Bivio
Bivio
Savognin
Savognin
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Accommodation

Biohof Salis
Biohof Salis
Bivio
Hotel Post
Hotel Post
Bivio
Hotel-Restaurant Guidon
Hotel-Restaurant Guidon
Bivio
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Hiking in the surroundings

Senda Segantini
Senda Segantini
Stage 1, Savognin–Bivio
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ViaSett
ViaSett
Stage 3, Tiefencastel–Savognin
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ViaSett
ViaSett
Stage 4, Savognin–Bivio
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Alpine Passes Trail
Alpine Passes Trail
Stage 3, Sur GR, Alp Flix–Furschela da Colm–Alp Viglia–Savognin
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Alpine Passes Trail
Alpine Passes Trail
Stage 4, Savognin–Radons–Pass da Schmorras–Ausserferrera
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Pfad der Pioniere Parc Ela
Pfad der Pioniere Parc Ela
Route 754, Surava–Surava
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Julia Uferweg
Julia Uferweg
Route 782, Tinizong, Cadras–Savognin, posta
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Cycling in the surroundings

Graubünden Route
Graubünden Route
Stage 2, Thusis–Bergün
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Biking in the surroundings

Alpine Bike
Giovanni's Paradies
Die verflixte Tour
Rona Bike
Radons Bike
Ziteil Bike
Tscharnoz Bike