Juf

The highest constantly inhabited village in Europe is Juf. It has a population of 30 and is situated at an altitude of 2126 m.a.s.l. in the Averser Valley, at the foot of the Septimer Pass and Mt. Staller. more

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Restaurant Edelweiss, 2126m

Juf is the highest village in Europe inhabited all year round (2,126 m a.s.l.). more

Restaurant Edelweiss, 2126m
Marmot Trail

Marmot Trail

Avers near Splügen has a unique and well-documented Marmot Trail. more

Juf

The highest constantly inhabited village in Europe is Juf. It has a population of 30 and is situated at an altitude of 2126 m.a.s.l. in the Averser Valley, at the foot of the Septimer Pass and Mt. Staller.

At the end of the Averser Valley, high above the tree line and close to the sky you will find the Walser village of Juf, located at an altitude of 2,126 m a.s.l.

Juf
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Restaurant Edelweiss, 2126m

Juf is the highest village in Europe inhabited all year round (2,126 m a.s.l.).

Restaurant Edelweiss, 2126m
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Marmot Trail

Avers near Splügen has a unique and well-documented Marmot Trail.

Avers near Splügen has a unique and well-documented Marmot Trail.

Marmot Trail
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