Parc Adula

Olivone: Centro Gioventù e Sport

Olivone: Centro Gioventù e Sport

Disentis

Disentis

Disentis: Eglise

Disentis: Eglise

Disentis: Gendusas

Disentis: Gendusas

Disentis: Lai Alv

Disentis: Lai Alv

Disentis: dir. nord

Disentis: dir. nord

Stafelti: Dachberg

Stafelti: Dachberg

Splügen: Skigebiet - Talabfahrt

Splügen: Skigebiet - Talabfahrt

Splügen: Tanatzhöhe Skigebiet

Splügen: Tanatzhöhe Skigebiet

San Bernardino

San Bernardino

San Bernardino

San Bernardino

Pian San Giacomo

Pian San Giacomo

San Bernardino: Villaggio

San Bernardino: Villaggio

San Bernardino: Mesolcina, Centro Sportivo San Remo Lago d’Isola

San Bernardino: Mesolcina, Centro Sportivo San Remo Lago d’Isola

Campo Blenio

Campo Blenio

Campo Blenio: Rambött Blenio

Campo Blenio: Rambött Blenio

Lopagno: Val Colla Lugano

Lopagno: Val Colla Lugano

Lopagno: Lugano San Salvatore

Lopagno: Lugano San Salvatore

Parc Adula, a candidate for National Park certification, lies in the center of the Alpine arc. It is one of Switzerland���s largest contiguous landscapes untouched by significant human encroachment. The park���s eponym is the Adula Mountain, also known as Rheinwaldhorn, in the heart of the park.

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The park comprises the large valleys on the edges of the cantons of Ticino and Graub��nden, around the Adula Massif: the Blenio Valley, parts of the Surselva and the Hinterrhein as well as Graub��nden���s Misox. Typical of the region are its small, but high, Alpine valleys such as Val Sumvitg, Val Calanca, Val Malvaglia, and Valle Santa Maria, among others.

Amazing geological formations and a varied vegetation are typical of the park. The forest, which today covers half the entire area, grows at various altitudes, ranging from pastureland to hill tracts to sub-alpine, frequently steep, mountain slopes. Due to the partially southerly climate extending from the Po Plain and the Mediterranean up to southern Switzerland, chestnut forests thrive here.

There are also a variety of languages and cultures in Switzerland: In the southern and eastern regions of the Parc Adula Italian is the vernacular: in the north German is widely spoken, and in some of the valleys Rhaeto-Romanic is prevalent.

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