The watercourses in the two plateaus constantly change their course, so that the flat bog, which takes up about half of this alluvial floor, constantly forms new patterns. New lakes emerge - and disappear again. In 1996 this basin-shaped alluvial plain Plaun Segnas Sut - the lower Segnesboden - was added to the national inventory of the flat bogs of particular beauty and importance.
July 12, 2020
Even if you are regularly out and about on the upper or lower Segnesboden, you will always see a different sight. Because the streams on the two plateaus are constantly changing their course. New lakes appear and they disappear again. Parts of the lower Segnesboden are also classified as a flat moor and a moor landscape of national importance. The original mountain valley north of the Segneshütte was filled with the rubble brought by the mountain streams. This is how the extremely valuable natural landscape was created.
From Segnesboden - UNESCO World Heritage Site Tectonic Arena Sardona
September 20, 2021