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Old 06.10.2020, 09:24
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Re: Maintaining small house & living in the lower mountains questions

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Maybe its the same as felsschlag :

https://www.20min.ch/story/autofahre...n-208727501987

Basically theres danger of the mountain falling down on the place... at least thats my interpretation
Yes stones and blocks of rock/mountain breaking off. My question was different, how can a property be in the white zone "not dangerous" for Blockschlag and still be under orange for Gefahrenhinweiskarte Blockschlag.

It does not matter any more as I have worked out through more research that the property is in a semi-risky area. It would be hard to sell it in the future if I ever changed my mind. With climate change accelerating crumbling of the Alps, it would be wise to stay away from risky areas. Cuts down my options unfortunately.

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