Irrigation Channels (Suonen) in Grächen

Grächen

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Kirche - 1620 m

Grächen: Kirche - 1620 m

Grächen: Aussicht von Night&Day Bar auf Dorf

Grächen: Aussicht von Night&Day Bar auf Dorf

Grächen: Place du Village

Grächen: Place du Village

Grächen: Hannigalp Süd

Grächen: Hannigalp Süd

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Milleggapark

Hannigalp: Restaurant Hannig Bergrestaurant

Hannigalp: Restaurant Hannig Bergrestaurant

Grächen: Piazza

Grächen: Piazza

St. Niklaus VS: Riedgletscher

St. Niklaus VS: Riedgletscher

St. Niklaus VS › Süd-West: Dorfstrasse

St. Niklaus VS › Süd-West: Dorfstrasse

Grächen: Grachen

Grächen: Grachen

Grächen: Night & Day Bar 2

Grächen: Night & Day Bar 2

Grächen › West

Grächen › West

Grächen: Jungen

Grächen: Jungen

Grächen: Piste Paradiesli

Grächen: Piste Paradiesli

St. Niklaus VS: Gugla2 - Bielzigji

St. Niklaus VS: Gugla2 - Bielzigji

Hannigalp: Grächen - SiSU Kinderpark

Hannigalp: Grächen - SiSU Kinderpark

Grächen: Weiler Egga

Grächen: Weiler Egga

Grächen: Nordansicht

Grächen: Nordansicht

Hannigalp: Grächen - Nord

Hannigalp: Grächen - Nord

Grächen: Weiler Spieli

Grächen: Weiler Spieli

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Milleggapark

Grächen: Place du Village 4

Grächen: Place du Village 4

Grächen: Weiler Bina & Egga

Grächen: Weiler Bina & Egga

Grächen: Talstation Gondelbahn - Hannigalp

Grächen: Talstation Gondelbahn - Hannigalp

Grächen: Rückfahrtspiste Hannigalp

Grächen: Rückfahrtspiste Hannigalp

Grächen: Seetalhorn

Grächen: Seetalhorn

St. Niklaus VS: Gugla - Bielzigji

St. Niklaus VS: Gugla - Bielzigji

St. Niklaus VS: Dirru - Geisstriftbach

St. Niklaus VS: Dirru - Geisstriftbach

Grächen › Süd-West: Weisshorn

Grächen › Süd-West: Weisshorn

Grächen › Nord-Ost: Bietschhorn

Grächen › Nord-Ost: Bietschhorn

As there is very little rainfall in this region, an external water source has always been needed to make agriculture profitable. From a very early stage, attempts were therefore made to channel the water from the Ried Glacier and the Riedbach stream. With its four water conduits, Grächen is known as a heartland of irrigation.

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Eggeri
Over six kilometers long, the “Eggeri“ is the longest and most popular of Grächen’s irrigation channels. Above Gasenried and Grächen, it leads through the idyllic forest via Alp Äbnet, past a picnic and barbecue spot, up to the town section of Bärgji. Stops on the Ravensburg Game Trail lie on its course. Cozy excursion restaurants are located at the start and end of the Suonen trail.


Bineri
The “Bineri” was built as early as the beginning of the 17th century. Its name is derived from the village “Bina”, where it channels its waters. Like the other three Suonen of Grächen, it too is the subject of various stories that can be read on the markers on the Grächen Saga Trail.

Chilcheri
The “Chilcheri” canal channels the water of the Ried Glacier through the larch forest and across alpine meadows up to the village of Grächen.

Drieri
The “Drieri” is fed by the Riedbach stream and meanders gently through vast stretches of alpine meadows. Follow the gentle gurgling sound and hike through the forest, past alpine roses and rare mountain flowers.

Informação

The water is channelled from the glacier to the pastureland on a very gentle slope, so the hiking paths along the irrigation channels are suitable for families with children and older people.

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