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Beverin Nature Park

Beverin Nature Park

3 valleys, 2 cultures, one park: It is well-known for its deep gorges, intact villages, clear mountain lakes and ibexes. These imposing animals live majestically in the rock faces around Piz Beverin (2998m) and watch over the Beverin Nature Park, where the landscape invokes eternity over 373km2.
Home of the ibexes

Four valleys, two cultures, one park – famous for its deep gorges, intact villages, clear mountain lakes and capricorns (Romansh for ibex). These great kings of the mountain live majestically in the cliffs around Piz Beverin (2'998 metres) and watch over the wild and unique landscape. Approximately 3'000 inhabitants, living in the eleven municipalities of Andeer, Casti-Wergenstein, Donat, Ferrera, Lohn, Mathon, Rongellen, Safien, Sufers, Tschappina and Zillis-Reischen make up the basis of the Beverin Nature Park. Together with the park's municipalities, the local population, and various partners, the Beverin Nature Park staff strives to find innovative and creative solutions to work towards an economically and socially sustainable development of the region.

Viamala, Roffla and Ruinaulta

The famous Viamala gorge forms the northern entrance to the Nature Park. The name was in earlier times a warning sign, «veias malas» meaning «bad roads». In its depths, the Hinterrhine winds rapidly northwards through mystical cliffs and, since centuries, forms a barrier for people travelling to the south. The Rofflaschlucht, with its impressive hike to the roaring waterfall, connects the Val Schons to the Rheinwald and to the Val Ferrera.

The Rhine Gorge – known as the Grand Canyon of the alps – is an important natural and landscape element of the Beverin Nature Park. You can access the Safiental’s Walser villages through the Ruinaulta (Rhine Gorge). As one of the most pristine region in Switzerland, Safiental has a lot to offer: a vibrant Walser culture, amazing natural landscapes and the first solar ski lift in the world.
3 valleys, 2 cultures, one park: It is well-known for its deep gorges, intact villages, clear mountain lakes and ibexes. These imposing animals live majestically in the rock faces around Piz Beverin (2998m) and watch over the Beverin Nature Park, where the landscape invokes eternity over 373km2.
Home of the ibexes

Four valleys, two cultures, one park – famous for its deep gorges, intact villages, clear mountain lakes and capricorns (Romansh for ibex). These great kings of the mountain live majestically in the cliffs around Piz Beverin (2'998 metres) and watch over the wild and unique landscape. Approximately 3'000 inhabitants, living in the eleven municipalities of Andeer, Casti-Wergenstein, Donat, Ferrera, Lohn, Mathon, Rongellen, Safien, Sufers, Tschappina and Zillis-Reischen make up the basis of the Beverin Nature Park. Together with the park's municipalities, the local population, and various partners, the Beverin Nature Park staff strives to find innovative and creative solutions to work towards an economically and socially sustainable development of the region.

Viamala, Roffla and Ruinaulta

The famous Viamala gorge forms the northern entrance to the Nature Park. The name was in earlier times a warning sign, «veias malas» meaning «bad roads». In its depths, the Hinterrhine winds rapidly northwards through mystical cliffs and, since centuries, forms a barrier for people travelling to the south. The Rofflaschlucht, with its impressive hike to the roaring waterfall, connects the Val Schons to the Rheinwald and to the Val Ferrera.

The Rhine Gorge – known as the Grand Canyon of the alps – is an important natural and landscape element of the Beverin Nature Park. You can access the Safiental’s Walser villages through the Ruinaulta (Rhine Gorge). As one of the most pristine region in Switzerland, Safiental has a lot to offer: a vibrant Walser culture, amazing natural landscapes and the first solar ski lift in the world.

Beverin Nature Park

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Naturpark Beverin
Center da Capricorns
7433 Wergenstein
Tel. +41 (0)81 650 70 10
info@naturpark-beverin.ch
www.naturpark-beverin.ch

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