Biotope Bergün Filisur
A barren area: debris moraines bear witness to former glaciers and garland soils from permafrost. In former times, long before the glaciers dominated the area, the shallow banks of the primeval sea Tethys lay here. It was inhabited by dinosaurs, whose tracks were discovered as footprints in the rock in 2009. At over 200 million years old, these dinosaur tracks are the oldest in Switzerland. The Orgel- and Elapass can be reached from Bergün or Savognin in a hiking time of 5 hours.
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