Nature reserve

Beverin Nature Park

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Around the Piz Beverin, the area stretches from the Beverin Nature Park - known for deep gorges, intact village pictures, landscape-defining churches, crystal clear mountain lakes and majestic ibex.

Description

Proudly, the kings of the Alps live in the rock faces around the Piz Beverin (2998 m above sea level.M.) and watch over the wild, unique landscape of the 413 square kilometre nature park. The beverin Nature Park is founded by the approximately 3,000 inhabitants of the eleven political communities.

Together with the park communities and the population, the Nature Park is working on the future of the region. Innovative, creative solutions should enable the region to develop sustainably.

The Viamala and Roffla Gorges, the alpine mountain landscape around the Piz Beverin, the tranquility and seclusion of the Safienvalley, the crystal clear mountain lakes and the species-rich dry meadows are among the impressive natural values in the park area.

The most beautiful hiking, cycling and biking tours can be found on the Beverin Nature Park App.

Bus alpin am Schamserberg

The bus alpin am Schamserberg runs on Saturday & Sunday on public holidays from 7 July to 21 October 2018 and on Thursdays 19 July to 30 August and on 4/11/18 October 2018 from Wergenstein via Dumagns to the Tguma car park at 2300 m above sea level.M departure in Wergenstein at 08.27. Return from tguma car park at 4.56 pm. The times are adapted to the public transport timetable. For groups of 8 people or more, a place reservation is mandatory. Individual trips on request. Enjoy the unique moorland landscape of Alp Anarosa, go on Capricorn piracy at the Carnusa Pass or hike to the crystal clear lakes Lai Grand and Lai Pintg.

Nature Park Menu
Selected restaurants offer a nature park menu. Delicacies from local products await you.

Capricorn Exhibition, Wergenstein
Capricorns is the king of the Alps - the Capricorn - in a variety of ways. Find out why the Capricorn has only been found in the Beverin Nature Park for sixty years and how to distinguish a Capricorn from a stone geiss. With interactive elements such as a Capricorn search game, the exhibition is also attractive for children.
Opening hours: Open daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., closed during the business holidays of the Hotel Restaurant Capricorns (www.capricorns.ch). Admission free.

Capricorn Pirsch, Wergenstein
The digital treasure hunt is a half-day hiking experience for the whole family. Guided by the GPS device or with the Nature Park app (www.naturpark-beverin.ch/app) you go to the Capricorn Game. Even if you don't find any real ibex, you'll learn a lot of exciting things about the kings of the Alps. Versatile puzzles about Capricorn await you, which you have to solve to find the treasure at the end. On the way, a fire pit invites you to a lunch break.
Length: 5 km. Pure hiking time: 1 hour 45 minutes. Solving hiking time with puzzles: approx. 3-4 hours. Duration: May - October. Also suitable for school classes (group reservation required). Cost: Accompanying brochure and app free of charge, GPS rental device available at hotel restaurant Capricorns.

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