Marmot Trail, Avers-Bergalga

Simple
7.6 km
2:00 h
130 mhd
130 mhd
Murmeltier
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Avers
Here you will be whistled! But don't be offended: the marmots in the BergalgaTal greet their visitors in this way.
Technique 1/6
Fitness 2/6
Highest Point  2078 m
Lowest Point  1980 m
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Start Avers, Juppa
Destination Avers, Juppa
Coordinates 46.451966, 9.548379

Description

On the world's unique signposted adventure and educational trail, you will encounter the furry winter sleeper in its natural environment. On the way you will learn a lot about the life of the marmots at eleven stations.

The nature trail leads from Loretschhus near Avers-Juppa to Alp Bergalga/Olta Stofel (2,074 m above sea level.M.). The hiking time from/to Loretschhus is about 2 hours. The path is accessible for children's carriages and is also suitable for wheelchair users with aids (e.g. Swisstracs). At the start of the path there is a well-furnished barbecue area and a playground.

Sights:
- 11 information boards on the way with interesting facts about the life of the marmots.

Here you will find various information about the educational trail as well as the texts about the 11 stations.

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Geheimtipp

In the most beautiful sunshine between 12.00 and 15.00 o'clock, the marmots usually treat themselves to a siesta. Ideally, therefore, you should visit them before or after. Binoculars are definitely recommended. The marmots usually hibernate from mid-September.

Sicherheitshinweis

On beautiful sunny days marmots love to do a siesta from 12 to 15. So, the best time to see them is before or after this break. To grasp more intimate details it is advisable to use a telescope. Typically, marmots hibernate from mid-September.

Directions

Avers Juppa - Alp Bergalga - Avers Juppa

The theme trail starts in Avers Juppa.

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