Versam Station Ruinaulta, Switzerland

The Ruinaulta or Rheinschlucht gorge is a spectacular gorge in Grison, Switzerland. It is ideal for kanuing or hiking. But in winter the gorge is very quiet with the exception of the trains of the Rhaetian Railway which run trough the gorge to connect Chur and Ilanz. Nearby is the Versam Station.

See  Vorderrhein Raft

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
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Uploaded: 30/03/2013
Updated: 07/07/2014


Tags: swiss; switzerland; grison; versam; rhein gorge; ruinaulta
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