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"Magic Wood" bouldering paradise

Bouldering is climbing without ropes or harness on big rocks. It was in 1996 that the first boulderers discovered the area called "Paré da Miezgi", north-west of Ausserferrera. The 250 m wide, 500 m long climbing park, located at 1300 m, is in the middle of woodland and has now been made... more

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Old Avers road

There's something here for lovers of culture and nature: since 2005, the road that was built in 1895 to open up the Avers valley has been gradually... more

Old Avers road
Hydroelectric power stations

Hydroelectric power stations

In the Via Mala region, energy from hydroelectric power is very important and is an important part of the economy. At the Valle di Lei dam in the... more

"Magic Wood" bouldering paradise

Bouldering is climbing without ropes or harness on big rocks. It was in 1996 that the first boulderers discovered the area called "Paré da Miezgi", north-west of Ausserferrera. The 250 m wide, 500 m long climbing park, located at 1300 m, is in the middle of woodland and has now been made accessible by a bridge. You have to be courageous, with steady nerves!

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Old Avers road

There's something here for lovers of culture and nature: since 2005, the road that was built in 1895 to open up the Avers valley has been gradually reinstated as a pleasant walking route. The "Old Avers Road Association" spotted the potential of the route, which has wonderful arched bridges and is lined with impressive natural stone walls, and each year they are making more and more sections of it accessible to walkers.

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Hydroelectric power stations

In the Via Mala region, energy from hydroelectric power is very important and is an important part of the economy. At the Valle di Lei dam in the Avers region, you can take a look behind the scenes and find out some interesting facts about power production, in an Inforama session that is open to the public. On request, guided tours can be arranged for groups to other locations owned by Kraftwerke Hinterrhein AG.

Hydroelectric power stations
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