Biotope Albula

Alp da Stierva

The bog landscape Alp da Stierva is a moorland of national importance. It extends on a hillside terrace near Stierva/Stürvis with a view of the Albula Valley and the impressive rubble of Piz Toissa.


The moorland landscape is close to nature and has no impact due to infrastructure constructions. It is flanked in the south by a magnificent backdrop with the mighty Piz Toissa surrounded by rubble and the long ridge of the Curvér Pintg da Taspegn. The use is largely extensive; In addition to scattering, some hay meadows are farmed, the rest of the alpine area is grazed. The settlement has been preserved in its traditional form and consists of a group of maize seers and field barns in log cabin construction. A small alpine chapel completes the settlement.





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