Ein Berg im Fluss, Glaspass
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In 1910, the end of lake Lüschersee was sealed on Heinzenberg. The lake basin was drained. However, the end of the Lüschersee is only part of the exciting history of the landslides on the Heinzenberg.
Large-scale deforestation and a destructive torrent caused landslides. Only an extensive large-scale project with elaborate countermeasures and sometimes massive interventions in nature and landscape created a remedy.
All this and much more is told on the adventure trail on the Heinzenberg. At over a dozen info points, young and old are taught a lot of exciting background knowledge.
At the access portals Glaspass and Obergmeind, the free hiking guide with lots of additional information can be obtained free of charge. At the Lüschersee there is a well-equipped barbecue area, firewood is available.
Any hiking trail closures/restrictions or diversions can be found here.
A visit to the Berggasthaus Beverin at the Glaspass.
Good footwear and weatherproof clothing.
Glaspass - Glasergrat - former Lüschersee - Obergmeind (optional entrance) - Bruchalp - Glaspass
Start and finish point: Postbus stop Glaspass or access portal Obergmeind.
can be reached by public transport (PostBus line no. 90.531, Thusis - Glaspass). Further information on the timetable can be found on the SBB website: www.sbb.ch.
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