Welcome to Burning Mountain Festival 2018!
The Burning Mountain Festival is a 4 days experience of radical self-expression and self-commitment.
What is the goal of the Burning Mountain Festival?
The goal of the Festival is all about community and culture. It’s an open canvas where you can leave your marks. It’s a social survival camp.
As our social life is transforming more and more into a digital way, we want to be able to connect and exchange and interact “offline” with each other.
The Burning Mountain Festival is not about consuming, it is about participating. We believe that this peaceful interaction is best achieved through commitment and sharing. The unifying action is dancing. Therefore, music will always be a great part of our culture.
The Burning Mountain Festival is what YOU make out of it. We are constantly looking for volunteers who want to get involved.
In recent years we have pushed the artist community and helped them finance their projects and to create unique installations and sculptures.
Or you wanna lead a yoga class, give fire juggling workshops, do massage or teach hula hoop to someone? Our PsyClean crew is happy for everyone helps them to keep the grounds clean and tidy.
This doesn’t quite belong to you? We also welcome a strong hand to help us set up the infrastructure. Get involved here!
The festival location is on 1470 m above sea level in the middle of the Engadin mountains and next to the river Inn.
On 37 acres we have enough space for 2 dancefloors and a free camping site. The village Zernez is within 10-15 minutes walking distance and offers top infrastructure like hotels, restaurants, ATM machines, and shops.
The nature-loving resort Zernez is both the gateway to the Swiss National Park and the ideal base for exploring the fascinating region of Switzerland bordering Italy and Austria.
The undisputed top attraction here is Switzerland’s only national park, whose 170 square kilometers harbor an exceptional wealth of alpine animal and plant life in a wild and untouched mountain landscape. It is the country’s largest natural reserve – and it’s most spectacular.
Check out the webcam of Zernez!
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