Event Val Surses Savognin Bivio

Unraveling the mystery of herbal medicine - Arturo Fasciati

Unraveling the secret of herbal medicine with Arturo Fasciati


23.06.2023 to 25.06.2023 at 09:00 o'clock
on Friday, Saturday, Sunday
04.08.2023 to 06.08.2023 at 09:00 o'clock
on Friday, Saturday, Sunday
3 days herbal workshop at CHF 180.-
single days bookable à CHF 80.-
For more information, contact Arturo Fasciati 081 684 10 27
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the experience is carried out.
Postbus stop

At the very top of the Parc-Ela, at the foot of the Julier and Septimer Alpine passes, is Bivio, a melting pot of different cultures and languages. On the one hand, Bivio is a quiet mountain farming village, but also since Roman times it has been a bustling place of passage with many stories and for us the ideal starting point for many beautiful day hikes.

In this alpine environment we walk through a diverse landscape with moorlands, pastures, dry sites, mountain forests and roaring torrents, encountering a huge variety of flowers and herbs. We smell honey-sweet, colorful flowers, taste aromatic roots and experience the medicinal herbs with all our senses.

What we collect is processed directly into tea, food, tinctures, ointments, incense powders and amulets. In order to better understand the traditional application of medicinal herbs, we also want to learn as much as possible about the cultural, climatic and geographical conditions. These shape the lives of the inhabitants of this diverse alpine landscape.

Only with this understanding is it possible to unravel the mystery of this ancient traditional healing method.

Included services
Guided herb hike

Registration required by 5:00 p.m. the day before at Arturo Fasciati on 081 684 10 27.

Takes place in all weather conditions and with a minimum of 6 participants.

Meeting place
At the "Bivio Posta" post bus stop on Julierstrasse.


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