Folklore Engadin St. Moritz

Albulatunnel

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Description

The Albula Tunnel of the Rhaetian Railway was opened in 1903. It is part of the Albula line from Chur to St. Moritz, which, together with the Bernina line, was designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2008. A new tube is currently being built, which is expected to replace the existing tunnel in 2024.

In summer 2022, there will be an intensive construction phase in Spinas, during which several subprojects will be implemented: New barrier-free platform facilities at the railway station, bypass waterways for fish, renaturation of the Beverin floodplain, work on supply lines, construction of a micro sewage treatment plant. Obstructions and diversions for hikers and bikers are to be expected at times.

Contact and information:
Bever Tourist Information
Via Maistra 21
7502 Bever
T +41 81 852 49 45
bever@engadin.ch

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