The Greina High-Plateau offers an exceptional nature experience! The 1 km wide and 6 km long plateau is linking 3 valleys at around 2’200 m a.s.l.: Lumnezia in the east, Sumvitg in the north and Blenio in the south. No cable car or chair lift gets you there, only your own feet! The shot above shares the view from the east.
The region is called Surselva which is located in the eastern part of Switzerland. After about 800 m ascent from Puzzatsch (1’667 m a.s.l.) one is reaching pass Diesrut at 2’428 m a.s.l. and after 200 m descent the above view opens up with the winding Rein da Sumvitg.
This panoramic shot captures the 3’123 m high Piz Greina with its Greina Glacier on the top. In the back the plateau turns right towards the Greina pass. Below a few shots from there.