Gaius Julius Caesar came from the family of the Julii. He was assassinated in Rome in 44 BC and Emperor Augustus took over his inheritance. In order to ensure the connection with Germania and for his campaigns to the conquests in the north, he had the pass connections over the Alps expanded. It was a matter of bringing teams of two-wheeled carts over the passes. Today we can still see wheel tracks in the rocks in some places in the Alps, among others also on the Julier Pass. We would like to report about this development. The Julier road was only made drivable in 1820-1830. Before that it was mainly a mule track. Whoever feels like it will come to see these silent witnesses of yesteryear. Afterwards we will have lunch at the Ristorante Ospizio La Veduta at our own expense.
- The program is aimed at active people over 50 years of age.
- The program is subject to change due to weather conditions.
- Insurance is the responsibility of the participant
Meeting point 10.30 a.m. post office St. Moritz-Bad
Good walking shoes, windbreaker, headgear, sun protection.
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