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The hinterland of Berschis fascinates with its scenic variety, the special geology and the cultural history around the St. George's Hill (Sant Jöüri). The path through the small gorge leads to the 46 m' high Berschnerfall. We move in the northern part of the subducting Glarus ceiling complex, with formations of the Lias and Dogger, which can also be found on the Leist above the Zigerfurggl. On the Georgenhügel there are various historical settlement remains and places of worship to visit. The highlight is St. George, the oldest Romanesque chapel in Eastern Switzerland, at a magnificent vantage point. The meadows in the area are rich in species and also contain orchids. The descent is through a remarkable oak grove.
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