Lake Toma - Source of the Rhine

A calm lake lies near the Oberalp Pass. This lake's water flows clear and fresh into the valley. The Tomasee (Lake Toma) is considered to be the source of the Rhine. And it is only here that the river that flows through four countries can still be crossed with a single step. more

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Lenzerheide

Formerly a mere transit location between Chur and Tiefencastel, Lenzerheide, located at an altitude of 1500 metres above sea level in a high... more

Lenzerheide
Rafting on the Vorderrhein

Rafting on the Vorderrhein

The popular rafting tour takes you through the impressive Vorderrhein canyon, one of the most popular white water stretches in the Alps. more

Lake Toma - Source of the Rhine

A calm lake lies near the Oberalp Pass. This lake's water flows clear and fresh into the valley. The Tomasee (Lake Toma) is considered to be the source of the Rhine. And it is only here that the river that flows through four countries can still be crossed with a single step.

A calm lake lies near the Oberalp Pass. This lake's water flows clear and fresh into the valley. The Tomasee (Lake Toma) is considered to be the source of the Rhine. And it is only here that the river that flows through four countries can still be crossed with a single step.

Lenzerheide

Formerly a mere transit location between Chur and Tiefencastel, Lenzerheide, located at an altitude of 1500 metres above sea level in a high valley, has been a popular winter and summer health resort for families and sports enthusiasts for some time now. The two winter sports regions of St├Ątzerhorn and Parpan Rothorn, one on each side of the valley, cater for winter sports enthusiasts of all ages.

The idyllic, park-like countryside of the high valley of Lenzerheide provides the perfect setting for experience-packed and relaxing holidays. In winter a varied ski region awaits winter sports enthusiasts on both sides of the valley.

Rafting on the Vorderrhein

The popular rafting tour takes you through the impressive Vorderrhein canyon, one of the most popular white water stretches in the Alps.

The popular rafting tour takes you through the impressive Vorderrhein canyon, one of the most popular white water stretches in the Alps.