Event Bergün Filisur

Parc Ela Summer Series: Acoustic Hike to "Porchabella"

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On the 30th anniversary, we hike with archaeologist Thomas Reitmaier & actor Gian Rupf to the Kesch Hut and hear the possible story of the mysterious woman in the travelling radio play "Porchabella".

Description

Date
19.08.2022 from 09:45 to 16:00 o'clock
Price
Collection
"Simply for returns" applies here – if you arrive by public transport, you will return free of charge! All information under www.parc-ela.ch/retour
Zeit
The event is a guided hike.
Level: medium, Distance: 13.8km, Duration: 5:30, Incline: 541m.
Take with you: hiking equipment, food from the backpack
Ort
Bus stop Tuors Chants, Bergün/Bravuogn

Between 1988 and 1992, the Porchabella Glacier released the remains of a glacial corpse and parts of its equipment. After viewing all relics, it became clear in 1992 that these are the mortal remains of the only historical, female glacier corpse in Graubünden to date. Subsequent research revealed that the woman, who was between 20 and 25 years old, had an accident around 1700. What story could be hidden behind it? Inspired by the find, Andreas Ulich has written the exciting travelling radio play "Porchabella – the Bird Freedom" on behalf of Parc Ela, in which one immerses oneself in the gripping story of the young woman.
This event is part of the Parc Ela summer series "Scazis da tera", which invites locals and guests to take a look underground. In partnership with the Archaeological Service graubünden, we are on the road with researchers in the Parc Ela this year to discover our history stored in the ground. Learn what it looked like a long time ago in Parc Ela and what treasures can still be recovered today.

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