Mountain lakes in the Binn valley

Saflischtal

Feld: Binntal - Imfeld

Feld: Binntal - Imfeld

Binn: Schmidigehischre - Lengtal

Binn: Schmidigehischre - Lengtal

The Binntal valley is home to around a dozen mountain lakes, from dark to crystal clear. Each one is a jewel of nature, surrounded by moors, glaciers, alpine meadows or in some cases scree.

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One of the most beautiful, and easily accessible, is the Halsesee, set amid moorland of national importance. The Schaplersee is in the middle of lush alpine meadows. Up at 2400 metres is the Geisspfadsee, a series of glacial lakes in a bleak scree landscape. Or you can visit the Grengjer See, the jewel of them all on a terrace in the Saflisch valley.

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Hunting for treasure in Binn
The younger children follow the signposts, while the bigger children are given a treasure map. Who will solve the puzzle? Each child to find the correct missing word gets to win a small prize! From June to October and for children aged from 2 to 16 years. The fun starts at Binn tourist office.

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