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Flysch at the Hüenerspitz

Flysch am Hüenerspitz
Encounter layers of age-old ocean deposits on the Sardona World Heritage Trail!


Typically, a flysch succession consists of layers of harder sandstone banks alternating with softer shale layers. Flysch is a collective term for rocks that were formed 50 - 35 million years ago in a deep ocean trough as erosion debris of the slowly forming Alps.


Flysch at the Hüenerspitz

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