Magma streams, volcanoes and tumas
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Where we usually travel by car, train or post bus, there is an astonishing world of strange rocks, rocks and hills. 30-50 million years ago, huge packages of rock were pushed on top of each other. These include volcanic rocks up to 270 million years old and slightly younger marine sediments. Important witnesses are individual geological outcrops on the wayside. "Only" about 10,000 years ago, a rock mass crashed out of the Kunkels and was partially pushed on by the subsequent Flimser mountain fall. On the leisurely hike from Tamins to Domat/Ems, biblical time rooms are relativized. But also the diversity of landscapes can fascinate again and again.
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