Bürser Schlucht

Bürser Schlucht

The Bürser ravine is considered one of the most scenic in the Alps with an almost primeval forest-like tree population and is a habitat for a typical flora and fauna.

Ice and water have shaped the landscape. After the fall of the glaciers, the Alvier river has dug itself into its own gravel and thus formed today's gorge over the last 10,000 years. It offers extremely rare insights into the recent history of the earth and is also considered one of the most beautiful landscapes in the Alps with an almost primeval forest-like tree population.

Length: 4,6 km
Walking time: 2 h
Refreshment stops: Guest houses in Bürs and Bürserberg
Public transport: Landbus L81, stop Gasthaus Adler in Bürs
Parking facilities: Elektrizitätswerk Lug

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