relaxed Already a call to Zernez. Decreases Ruedi Haller, not immediately, sounded Rhaeto-romance speaking choirs and piano harmonies. It is the Soundtrack of an original landscape that has left the man for more than 100 years, alone, the natural .
"This must necessarily remain so," says Haller. It's not "give in Switzerland only a few areas where the nature is usebützlet". Two national Park projects in Graubünden and Ticino – have failed in the past few years at the ballot box.
In Haller's office and it smells like pine. On the back of a chair, his mammoth-jacket hangs. "Directur" since the beginning of October on the name tag; then, a new Haller has taken over the fortunes of the only Swiss national Park. Ruedi for Heinrich. After 23 Years. He is the seventh Director of this archaic nature spots, is protected by Federal law. "A wonderful Experiment," says Haller. The Swiss national Park is the most strictly protected from 1600 to nature conservation in Switzerland. Unlike its predecessor, Haller wants to work more closely with the other nature parks.
With his Combi-winds Haller, the curves up, sucks about fast Töfffahrer that make so much noise that you can hear their engines still on the peaks.
childlike anticipation comes over the 53-Year-old, as he laces up his Hiking shoes. In the first months of the new Director wants to meet all the Park guards once out in nature. You should again get more time to inform the guests – a Little something that Haller in this traditional environment is changing. That he is transforming everything here, no one is expecting.
With its combination of the curves and meanders Haller up, sucks about fast Töfffahrer that make so much noise that you can hear their engines still on the peaks, and then reaches the border of the national Park, which is about as large as the Principality of Liechtenstein.
With the train it instead of five and a half two and a half hours from Zurich.
Much has changed since he started 22 years ago as a young geographer, and for his master's thesis maps digitized. The mountain pine, which were then still tiny, are now small trees. With the train it instead of five and a half two and a half hours from Zurich. And he himself is now the chief of this Wilderness.
Grisons instead of Indian Summer
in 1914, four men founded the Swiss national Park, to protect the nature "for eternal times". Ruedi Haller says that their idea is currently more topical than ever. Because of the climate strikes the sensibility for the national Park have increased. The abstract theme is palpable here. The ibex like to graze at higher altitudes, because the temperature rises. The precipitation will be more intense.
"If someone posts on Instagram a autumn picture, a discolored leaf, or the bark of a tree," says Ruedi Haller. And if the fly is frowned upon, settle for some of the visitors, again with the yellow of the Grisons, larch and, to celebrate, instead of in Canada the Indian Summer.
If the fly is frowned upon, settle for some of the visitors, again with the yellow of the Grisons, larch and, to celebrate, instead of in Canada the Indian Summer.
"Ciao, Andri! Co vaja?", Haller greeted by the Parking attendant. A lot more not enough to be a Roman. The Aargau Graubünden – the cared for blasphemy. As Haller took to the municipal Assembly in Ardez in German, the word whispered to the Locals. However, since then, a few Chalandamarz have passed. Haller plays the trumpet in the village, since the language is no matter – and he was in the last few years with his three children, ten percent of all school children in Ardez.
With Andri cuonz began Ruedi Haller visited today is a very special piece of woodland. Cuonz began, like all other Park guards in the Region. His skin is weathered, the large sunglasses as grown.
measuring tapes were stretched around the tree trunks. Metal detectors measure the density of the Fog. The national Park is not only a recreation but also an open-air laboratory. Scientists at different universities to explore the change of nature. Before Haller Director, he has directed the research.
In the last legislature of the national Park had, it is not easy. There were no more money from the Federal government, although the national Park took on more tasks. "The Finance deal with us," says Ruedi Haller, not to speak of the "Return on Investment", although he wants to actually does. He sees himself not as a Director of Tourism that attracts people to Zernez, but as a Coach for his Park guards and researchers.
"Since the climate on the political Agenda, be taken more seriously,"Ruedi Haller
Recently demanded a graubünden cantonal Parliament, the Canton supports the national Park in addition to the Federal – with a positive Echo. He can feel the turn of a political trend, says Haller. "Since the climate is on the political Agenda, we will be taken more seriously."
again and again, Ruedi Haller insists in his Park-Keeper Andri cuonz began, wondering just how he works. From time to time he wrote something in his orange book. He should be more careful what he say. If he is transferring, whether it's no longer just a personal statement, but he was speaking for the whole national Park. Haller says, he had to get used to still. To his mind, less on the outside. More round, more interviews, more birthday cards tables.
One wants to avoid Haller as a Director, not necessarily his 40 employees in there talking where you understand more of the thing than he himself. It has also maintained his boss so. He let him do it, and when Haller time had difficulties, he said: "You fucked up", but: "we have to Look for a solution."
The Wild, Untouched – it brings annually about 150'000 visitors in the national Park.
"Bonjour," greets a traveling Couple. Your Hiking sticks clicking on the stony path. Haller bends, mimics a chamois and explains the Frassspuren of a spruce. Finally, the forest thins out, snow white, the Piz Daint, glitters in the distance. Haller pulls out his binoculars, but today, he sees no animals. Andri, is a day outside is better. Everywhere you would look, "to z, a Colonel, eh," says the Parking attendant. The rain, come the tummle of the game which is more akin to the forest boundary. The sun is shining, grazing it in height.
On the Alp Stabelchod, 1959 meters above sea level, play a little girl and her mother with a LEGO car. Once you leave the marked route, cowering behind a Bush. That's not go says a Parking attendant Andri. He quickly runs up to the two, ask nicely if they would please come on the way back. A buses it is today. 15 of which have been distributed to the employees of the national Park this year.
the height of The buses white Ruedi Haller, not memorize. "A Night in the tent is here but very expensive," he says, extracting a laminated buses regulations from the backpack. Bivouac: 200 Swiss francs, pick flowers: 150, a camp fire to make: 300.
Year 150'000 visitors
On a bench an older Couple from the rest. Daunengilets, Tupperware, Bag Knife. "You don't have to ask, why we are here today, it's why we come in 30 years," says the Pensioner from Basel, takes a SIP from the lid of his thermos.
The Wild, Untouched – it brings annually about 150'000 visitors in the national Park. Crowded, it is still rare, says Ruedi Haller. If the 13 Parking spaces that are located along the main road 28, see and the people on the 80 kilometres of Hiking trails, only human instead of a deer, then they were automatically out of the way.
The national Park invites to relax and have a picnic.
on Hands with Andri, then, Haller has to go back to Zernez. The yellow larch trees Shine in the afternoon sun, almost golden. The sky is crystal blue. As the views of the valley opens, departs, Ruedi Haller easily over the rough Road. The view distracted him.
Created: 01.11.2019, 22:04 PM