Nature trail Albula
Pfad der Pioniere 07: Naturwaldreservat
The different slope orientations and rock substrates, but also the interventions of the people around the Crap Furò have led to a mosaic of different forest types. The diverse forest is protected as a natural forest reserve. On an area of 120 hectares, no trees have been felled since 2008. In this way, the forest can develop undisturbed. This benefits plants and animals that do not find ideal living conditions in a managed forest. At the same time, research is being carried out into how a natural forest develops if humans do not intervene.
In Parc Ela there are other natural forest reserves: La Niva above Savognin and Val Faller near Mulegns. In addition, there are special forest reserves with certain protection goals. In the Albula Valley, for example, there is a special forest reserve for the protection of the endangered capercaillie, which needs lying, richly structured coniferous forests with many dwarf shrubs. You can find out more about this on the way at the large information boards.
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