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Aquandeer – Mineral bath

Aquandeer – Mineral bath

Experience the force of the water in mineral baths and in the nearby Vialmala gorge.more

Andeer–Clugin Forest Trail

Andeer–Clugin Forest Trail

On this 4.7 km long footpath, people who are interested in nature can find out about all the diversity of woodland. You can learn the names of 11 types of conifer and 26 deciduous trees, and 20 shrubs, and see a number of nesting boxes for birds...more

Green Andeer granite

Green Andeer granite

When Abraham Conrad began extracting and processing green Andeer granite...more

The church in Tenna

The church in Tenna

When the Walser people arrived in the valley, it is thought that they...more

Aquandeer – Mineral bath

Experience the force of the water in mineral baths and in the nearby Vialmala gorge.

The resort of Andeer is famous for its salubrious springs and mineral spa. Here one relaxes in the wonderful mountain world that surrounds the Schons Valley.

Andeer–Clugin Forest Trail

On this 4.7 km long footpath, people who are interested in nature can find out about all the diversity of woodland. You can learn the names of 11 types of conifer and 26 deciduous trees, and 20 shrubs, and see a number of nesting boxes for birds along the way. The start of the footpath is signposted by the covered wooden bridge in Andeer, while in Clugin you can join it just outside the village (near Hapimag).

Green Andeer granite

When Abraham Conrad began extracting and processing green Andeer granite in 1906, he probably had no idea about how many things it could be used for. Today, it is used for kitchen and bathroom surfaces, floors, facades and many other purposes. On request, groups can be shown round the granite works.

The church in Tenna

When the Walser people arrived in the valley, it is thought that they built their first church here in about 1350. It is dedicated to St. Valentine, now known as the patron saint of lovers - no wonder that so many people choose to get married here, with the fantastic views of the Safien valley. Some wall-paintings that have been preserved because they were painted over during the Reformation were only rediscovered in the nave in 1957.