Alpine food tourism: Switzerland's canyon landscape of restaurants
Alpine food tourism: Switzerland's canyon landscape of restaurants

Emerald green, turquoise, then icy blue – the Rhine changes colour every few metres in Switzerland’s stunning canyon landscape.The Rhine gorge was formed some 10,000 years ago and the river is at times meandering, at times wild, flanked by steep limestone formations that tower in the air.”Isn’t that amazing?” says Louis Henderson, adding that for him, this is Switzerland’s Grand Canyon. A Brit who moved to the Alpine city of Chur 12 years ago, he now takes visitors through the gorge on guided boat tours.The upper part of the river, from Ilanz, is a spot for experts, he says. “But we take begin…

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