The Beverin Nature Park is one of the most beautiful regions in Switzerland: Four valleys, two cultures, one park – renowned for its deep ravines, well-maintained mountain villages, distinctive churches, crystal-clear mountain lakes and the majestic Alpine ibex, also known as the ‘Capricorn’. These kings of the Alps live proudly around Piz Beverin (at 2,998 metres above sea level between Thusis and Safiental), watching over the wild, unique landscape of the large nature park. Beverin Nature Park covers 412 square kilometres with an altitudinal range of 600 to 3,200 metres above sea level. It stretches as far as the Rhine gorge in the north.
The tasks and objectives of Beverin Nature Park include sustainable economic and social development, with the active development, promotion and communication of culture and business in the region. Over half of the area of the park is subject to landscape protection. Various types of habitats, such as dry meadows, moors, hedgerows and special forest communities, are also protected at the national and canton level.
Geschäftsstelle Naturpark Beverin
Center da Capricorns
Tel.: +41 (0)81 650 70 10