A body has been found on Monte Tamaro. It is immediately clear that it is Pietro Bernasconi, the deputy technical director of the Monte Tamaro cable car. Was Pietro Bernasconi murdered? And if so, who did it? In this detective story, participants put themselves in the shoes of a Ticino cantonal police commissioner with the task of handling the investigation. To participate, simply arm yourself with a charged mobile phone, activate your GPS and off you go: the investigation begins at Alpe Foppa!
The Crime Trail – Escursione in giallo is available free of charge at Alpe Foppa, Monte Tamaro. The trail is available in Italian and German.
On Wednesday, 6 July 2022, as part of the events to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Monte Tamaro, the ‘Pietro Bernasconi case’ will be inaugurated with a competition with rich prizes to be won. From this Wednesday onwards, the ‘Crime Trail – Escursione in giallo’ will be available daily at Alpe Foppa.
In addition to Monte Tamaro, the interactive outdoor adventures are available at over 30 other locations throughout Switzerland. On the crime trails, crime fans can set out on their own in search of clues. Using a smartphone, they are guided to various locations where important clues have to be collected and combined. Witness statements, autopsy reports and explosive information from the victim’s environment help to uncover the mystery. Participation in the game is free of charge.
*The ‘Pietro Bernasconi case’ was adapted to Monte Tamaro and is based on ‘Der Fall Pierre Salzmann’ by KrimiSpass.