Fora digl Ela - the natural spectacle
In February, when the sun disappears behind the 3339-meter-high Piz Ela, it shines for a brief moment through the mountain, more precisely through an opening in the mountain, the Ela hole. With a height of two and a half meters, a width of about six meters and a depth of three meters, the opening is smaller than the well-known Martinsloch. Barely visible to the naked eye, the joy is all the greater when the rock hole is discovered.
On Friday evening, pictures, anecdotes and legends about the annual natural spectacle will be presented. On Saturday, weather permitting, there is the opportunity to discover the rock hole yourself. Be part of it.
Infostelle Parc Ela
Stradung 11, Im Bahnhof, 7450 Tiefencastel
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