Jaun waterfall

Jaun

Live Bild mit Blick auf die Gastlosen von Jaun

Live Bild mit Blick auf die Gastlosen von Jaun

Live Blick auf das Skigebiet Jaun mit dem Gastlosenexpres

Live Blick auf das Skigebiet Jaun mit dem Gastlosenexpres

Jaunpass

Jaunpass

The waterfall at Jaun held a mystery for many years. Nobody knew where the copious amounts of water came from. Up to 6,000 liters per second gush out of the rock in June – an extraordinary natural spectacle.

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In the year 1928, dye was added to the water of a stream that lies 15 kilometer away, in “Les Morteys” valley, which gradually seeps into the ground. Eleven days after the addition of the dye, the colored water surprisingly re-appeared at Jaun waterfall.

The waterfall and the surroundings of the old church are located in a particularly strong energy field. The best way to feel this is if one stands in front of the fence near the waterfall and takes deep, slow breaths of the fluid, crystalline “light”. Bovis values reach 13,500 units when you take a breath there.

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