Elegantly and harmoniously, the RhB meanders through the Albula Valley. The Albula-Bernina Line has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008. A great landscape and a well-developed network of hiking trails invite you to explore the pass landscape on foot. On the hike, a rest at Lai da Palpuogna is not to be missed. If the weather is nice, with a little luck you will come across the Parc Ela-Ranger.
The area is characterised by contrasting vegetation, which is also home to the Crap Alv natural forest reserve with green-blue lakes. The forest has not been used since 1951 and has been protected as a natural forest since 2015. In the natural forest there are also three raised bogs of regional importance. Rock bands and walls of limestone and dolomite run through the area, in the central part crystalline glacier round humps characterize the landscape.
Another fixed point on the Albula Pass is the Alp Weissenstein research station, which has been owned by ETH Zurich since 1967. Their research activities focus on alternative forms of use of alpine pastures in sustainable livestock farming as well as on the study of high alpine vegetation.
In winter, the Albula Pass is closed and is converted into the famous Preda - Bergün toboggan run.
Albula Pass, Hospice
Bergün Filisur Tourismus / Plazi 2A, 7482 Bergün
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