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The Morteratsch Glacier in virtual reality

Bernina Glaciers - the grisons glacier experience

The Morteratsch Glacier in virtual reality

Glacier experience in virtual reality
Climate change and its impact on the glacier and its water balance. This question is addressed in an interactive manner at the “VR Glacier Experience” visitor centre by the Diavolezza valley station. Simply put on the virtual reality glasses, dive in and be amazed.

There is a choice of four different virtual reality tours. The first tour provides details of the water cycle from cloud formation to rainfall and how water flows in and around the Morteratsch Glacier. The second shows visitors the constant changes on the glacier between 1875 and 2100. The third tour addresses developments in fauna and the fourth presents the “MortAlive” project, which aims to slow down deglaciation through the production of artificial snow.

The image-packed and educational VR tours leave lasting impressions. You can then consolidate the impressions in a real environment by taking a mountain trip to the Diavolezza. Entrance to the visitor centre is free.