Archaeological sites Surselva

Pardatsch, Vrin

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The waterfalls of the stream in Pardatsch fascinate with their powerful energies.

Description

The waterfalls of the nearby stream at the Maiensässen of Pardatsch fascinate with their powerful energies. Before Pardatsch, a steep hiking trail leads to Alp Patnaul. It is a very old transition to Vals. The name with Rhaetian origin comes from "Patnal" and refers to a striking, hilly terrain. In prehistoric Rhaetia, Patnal stands for settlement, fortification or place of worship, similar to "Madrisa". Meanwhile, there is evidence that "Patnals" were also places of fire-offering rituals.

(Source text: Book Places of Magic)

Book available from: Surselva Tourismus AG, Info Val Lumnezia, Palius 32 D, 7144 Vella
Tel. 0041 81 931 18 58, vallumnezia@surselva.info

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