Hiking Highlight (Segment)
The Bündlingalm is not only good for hearty meals. In their vicinity, people with the geologist's view also find special rocks - crystallized sea lily colonies. On the summit trail, the confused geology of the Alps is revealed: limestone layers, which once formed the bottom of the sea, stand diagonally in the room, curl up, slide over one another. The fact that here a mighty limestone ceiling, named after the Lechtal, overlaps the older Allgäu ceiling is plausible even for non-geologists.
June 2, 2017
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