National Geographic : 1934 Aug
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE NEW BOVAL HUT STANDS ON AN ISLAND IN A RIVER OF ICE Climbing enthusiasts who prefer exploits not too dangerous find delight in the trip up the crevassed Pers Glacier in Upper Engadine. They can rest in comfortable quarters of the shelter before essaying the final drive to the summit. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand GIRLS DRESSED LIKE THESE SAT ON THE SAME BALCONY CENTURIES AGO Exquisite wood carving, such as that on the arches supporting this roof, distinguishes many ancient homes in Schuls, Lower Engadine. The young ladies' costumes probably are new, but they follow faith fully the old style peculiar to inhabitants of the halt-canton (see Color Plate III).