Keep on the path

Nationalpark

Scuol: Hotel Belvédère

Scuol: Hotel Belvédère

Scuol

Scuol

Scuol: Schlivera

Scuol: Schlivera

Scuol: S-Charl

Scuol: S-Charl

Scuol: Motta Naluns - Mit Blick Richtung Piz Champatsch

Scuol: Motta Naluns - Mit Blick Richtung Piz Champatsch

Zernez: Kirchturm

Zernez: Kirchturm

Bos-cha › Ost

Bos-cha › Ost

Bos-cha › West: Richtung Westen

Bos-cha › West: Richtung Westen

Bos-cha: Richtung Süden

Bos-cha: Richtung Süden

Guarda: Chamonna Tuoi SAC

Guarda: Chamonna Tuoi SAC

Bos-cha: Blick in den Himmel

Bos-cha: Blick in den Himmel

Bos-cha: Richtung Süden

Bos-cha: Richtung Süden

Fetan: Ftan

Fetan: Ftan

Fetan: Ftan

Fetan: Ftan

Vulpera: Scuol

Vulpera: Scuol

Tarasp: Schloss

Tarasp: Schloss

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So that animals and plants can flourish as unaffected by humans as possible, there is a strict ban on leaving the footpaths anywhere in the National Park. At first glance this may appear to be a major restriction. However, because the over 150,000 visitors a year all keep to this rule, they all have the same opportunity to observe wild animals and beautiful flowers by the side of the paths.

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