The Beverin, Swiss river candidate for the “Wild River Site” label
The Beverin is an alpine river in south eastern Switzerland, located in the canton of Graubünden, in the Engadine region.
It is a tributary on the left bank of the Inn. The confluence is located at the village of Bever, between St. Moritz and Zernez.
The municipality of Bever has applied for the Beverin upstream to receive the “Wild Rivers Site” Label.
Only the upstream part of the Beverin River, from its source to the downstream of the Spinas station is a candidate for the “Wild Rivers Site” label.
This 13.5 km long section represents 77% of the total linear length of the river, which is 17.4 km in total.
The source of the Beverin River is located at an altitude of 2900m, the downstream point of the candidate section at 1790m and the confluence with the Inn at 1698m.
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