The Greina high plateau is one of the few places in Switzerland that feels largely untouched by humans. It is a nature preserve that stretches over three Cantons and three language borders with no cable cars or easy access except by foot. Locals attributed mystical qualities to it's unique geology and ecosphere for centuries, if not millennia. During Roman times, the plateau was a major pass across the Alps. A plan to build a damn and flood the plain was averted in the mid-1980s, allowing us to still seek it out and experience it's raw beauty.