UNESCO World Heritage Tectonic Arena Sardona offers a glimpse to how the Alps were formed. There is hardly any other place in the world where you can see how mountains developed as well as in our region. The Tectonic Arena Sardona was recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO together with an area spanning 32,800 hectares in 2008. If you are interested in how the world looked when the Glarus thrust was still active, you should take a look around the visitor pavilion located next to the Segneshütte. Whether it be in winter or in summer, the opportunity to visit the UNESCO world heritage site should be one not to be missed. If you would like to experience this first hand then why not stay overnight at 2’100 metres above sea level and enjoy the beauty of sleeping under the stars. All stays include a delicious, 3-course meal and breakfast. Look forward to plenty of fresh air, a breathtaking starry sky and that perfect Tschingelhörner panorama.