With about 340 inhabitants Blons is the smallest community in the Biosphere Reserve Großes Walsertal. Its name comes from the Romansh and is called "Little Plain". The place on the sunny southern slope of the valley had to go through a lot in the winter of 1954, when 13 avalanches hit the area over the course of three days. To commemorate the 50th anniversary three theme trails (Leusorgweg, Schutzwaldweg and Verbauungsweg) and a documentation center were set up, where people can find out more about the disaster on site.
For nature lovers Blons offers wonderful hiking trails, many biotope areas and old haymakers with high natural value. You can take a nostalgic tour of the lovingly designed doll museum with exhibits from the 1850’s.
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Cross-country skiers, tourers, snowshoe hikers, winter hikers and skiers all appreciate the location of Blons.
For lovers and active relaxation seekers, the biosphere reserve with its untouched nature and its people is a region that invites everyone to step out of their daily routine and immerse themselves in complete tranquility.
For nature lovers Blons offers well-developed hiking trails to the typical Walser alpine villages Sera and Sentum. In Blons you will find many biotope areas and old haymakers with high natural value.
The avalanche documentation center reports on the accident in Blons more than 60 years ago. In the doll museum Marlies Jenny shows a cross-section from the doll history of 1850-1960.
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