Via Alpina: 20 years of long-distance hiking // Interview with Nathalie Morelle

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For 20 years, the cross-border long-distance hiking trail known as the “Via Alpina” has connected all eight Alpine countries from Trieste to Monaco. It connects people, living spaces and natural areas along five routes, not only physically but also symbolically. “If the Via Alpina project is to remain a backbone for sustainable development in the Alpine region, good and continuous networking is particularly important”, says Nathalie Morelle, who was initially responsible for the Via Alpina as international coordinator. Paul Froning interviewed her for the CIPRA Podcast.

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