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Center da Capricorns

Hotel Restaurant Capricorns Winter
Hotel Restaurant Capricorns Winter

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Wergenstein mit dem Center da Capricorn

The Center da Capricorns in Casti-Wergenstein am Schamserberg is home to several organizations and offers. The project was initiated by Fundaziun Capricorn, which operates the local hotel with restaurant and promotes sustainable tourism. An exhibition provides information about the nature park and the ibex.


Also located in the Center da Capricorns is the office of the Beverin Nature Park, a regional park of national importance. The 412 km2 nature park around Piz Beverin comprises four valleys – a rugged landscape characterised by seclusion and tranquillity – and is home to one of the largest ibex colonies in the Alps. An exhibition in the office offers information about the nature park and the ibex. The Center da Capricorns is also home to the Tourism and Sustainable Development research group of the ZHAW (Zurich University of Applied Sciences). The Graubünden branch of the educational institute from Wädenswil designs and manages service and research projects throughout Switzerland, the aim of which is to revive rural areas, create platforms for exchange, cooperation and innovation and provide impetus for sustainable development. In addition, the office of the Trail Running Competence Center is located in the building. For nature lovers, the Center da Capricorns is also the starting point for various hikes and offers such as game watching or crystal hunting. 


Public Transport

Wergenstein can be reached by PostBus. Further information on the timetable can be found on the SBB website:


Plan your journey with the Google route planner.


Limited parking is available in front of the Center da Capricorns. Alternatively, there is a parking lot about 300 meters before the village directly on the road.


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