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Blatt and Oxefeld - © Landschaftspark Binntal

Blatt and Oxefeld

Landschaftspark Binntal

On the alpine road and further along the Binna river, we come through a small canyon, whose rock, a Grisons slate, contains a striking quantity of garnets, to Wyssbach at the junction of the Turbewasser and the young Binna

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  • Natural monument
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  • Point of view
Cäsar Ritz monument Niederwald - © Landschaftspark Binntal

Cäsar Ritz monument Niederwald

Landschaftspark Binntal

Cäsar Ritz was born into a farming family in Niederwald in 1850, the youngest of 13 children. He forged an impressive career, starting as a shepherd boy and going on to become a hotel director, opening luxury hotels in Paris, Rome and London.

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Church museum in Ernen

Church museum in Ernen

Landschaftspark Binntal

The parish church of St. Georg was built by the famous Prismell master builder Ulrich Ruffener under Bishop Matthäus Schiner of Mühlebach. The magnificent Baroque high altar dates back to 1758-61.

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Dorfkapelle von Steinhaus

Dorfkapelle von Steinhaus

Landschaftspark Binntal

Die Kapelle der Heiligen Familie steht am idyllischen Dorfplatz von Steinhaus und wurde um 1728 erbaut. Der buntbemalte Altar zeigt die Heilige Familie auf dem Tempelgang nach Jerusalem, begleitet von der Taube des Heiligen Geistes.

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Ernen village square - © Landschaftspark Binntal

Ernen village square

Landschaftspark Binntal

The showpiece of Ernen is the village square (Dorfplatz), around which numerous historic buildings are grouped, e.g. the St. Georg tavern (1535), the "Tellenhaus" (1576) with the oldest Tell frescos in Switzerland or the "Zendenrathaus" (dated 1750).

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Grengiols tulips

Grengiols tulips

Landschaftspark Binntal

The botanist Eduard Thommen described them as an independent species. "Tulipa grengiolensis" has been considered since then as a unique species of tulip that only grows in Switzerland. It flowers only in the village of Grengiols and its surroundings.

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  • Fauna
  • Flora
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Hamlet of Bodme with its past

Hamlet of Bodme with its past

Landschaftspark Binntal

Even today, the small settlement of Bodmen displays all components of a genuine independent village; chapel, residential and utility buildings, trails, alleys and courtyards, scattered green area are integrated into a fascinating community.

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Hamlet of Hockmatta

Hamlet of Hockmatta

Landschaftspark Binntal

The attractively situated hamlet of Hockmatta was first mentioned in 1393 and stands on a once-busy track from Grengiols to Albrun. The few residential and utility buildings encompass an square-like interior, and there is a chapel on its west edge.

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Hanschbielhütte - © Landschaftspark Binntal

Hanschbielhütte

Landschaftspark Binntal

Mit der Renovation einer alten Alphütte auf dem Hanschbiel auf der Binner Alpe hat der Landschaftspark Binntal ein kleines Freilichtmuseum geschaffen. Im Sommer ist die Hütte nur mit einem Gittertor geschlossen, sodass Wanderer Einblick haben.

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Historic village Mühlebach

Historic village Mühlebach

Landschaftspark Binntal

Make a stop in the small hamlet and look at the sunburned houses: Mühlebach has the oldest village centre in Switzerland of timber construction. Here there is a signposted house trail leading to objects worthy of seeing.

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