Seeberg Lake

Seeberg Lake

High above the Diemtigtal, at the end of a little side valley and on the way over to the Simmental, is the picturesque Seeberg Lake (1831 m). This nature conservation area attracts both walkers and bikers. A typical mountain lake with cold, clear...more

The Rote Seeli is a curiosity in the Samnaun group. Algae colour its waters red. The lake is fed from an underground source and water also flows out of the lake underground.
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Gorner Gorge

Gorner Gorge

The Gorner Gorge is one of the most fascinating natural beauties of...more

Seven Springs and the Simmen Falls

Seven Springs and...

Seven springs feed the Simme, a 55 kilometer long river in the Bernese...more

Seeberg Lake

High above the Diemtigtal, at the end of a little side valley and on the way over to the Simmental, is the picturesque Seeberg Lake (1831 m). This nature conservation area attracts both walkers and bikers. A typical mountain lake with cold, clear water, a very popular place for a day out. There are mysterious underground streams flowing in and out of the lake. The nearby mountain hut is manned in summer.

The Rote Seeli is a curiosity in the Samnaun group. Algae colour its waters red. The lake is fed from an underground source and water also flows out of the lake underground.

Gorner Gorge

The Gorner Gorge is one of the most fascinating natural beauties of Zermatt. It lies around 20 walking minutes from the southern end of the village and is easily accessible.

The Gorner Gorge is one of the most fascinating natural beauties of Zermatt. It lies around 20 walking minutes from the southern end of the village and is easily accessible.

Seven Springs and the Simmen Falls

Seven springs feed the Simme, a 55 kilometer long river in the Bernese Oberland. The waterfalls cascading over rocks that are several meters high are definitely worth a visit. The Simme's springs and rapids are considered to be places of special power.

Seven springs feed the Simme, a 55km-long river in the Bernese Oberland that flows into Lake Thun at Wimmis. The waterfalls that cascade over rocks several metres high are also well worth a visit.