The day the water stopped flowing
On the outskirts of Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, a landscape impressively shows how closely nature and culture are linked.
The Wehrenbachtobel is one of Zurich's most beautiful tole landscapes and is an attractive local recreation area that offers many surprises.
Due to its geological, biological and landscape values, it is an important nature and landscape conservation area.
However, the Wehrenbachtobel is not an untouched wilderness. For centuries, man and his culture have shaped this landscape. Wehrenbachtobel is therefore not only a natural landscape, but also a cultural landscape.