Bathing Fun at Lake Cauma

Bathing Fun at Lake Cauma

Swimming, relaxing and sunbathing: It is not surprising that the name 'See der Mittagsruhe’ cannot be translated easily (approximation: “Lake of mid-day rest”). Not only water lovers consider the idyllic landscape around Lake Cauma to be a paradise. more

Mountain lakes in the Binn valley

Mountain lakes in the Binn valley

There are about a dozen lakes in this natural park. 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...more

Macun plateau of lakes

Macun plateau of...

High up between Zernez and Lavin is the unique Macun lake plateau, with...more

Romantic little Gantrisch lake

Romantic little...

Little mountain lake at 1578 m. Until just a few years ago, the...more

Bathing Fun at Lake Cauma

Swimming, relaxing and sunbathing: It is not surprising that the name 'See der Mittagsruhe’ cannot be translated easily (approximation: “Lake of mid-day rest”). Not only water lovers consider the idyllic landscape around Lake Cauma to be a paradise.

Swimming, relaxing and sunbathing: It is not surprising that the name 'See der Mittagsruhe’ cannot be translated easily (approximation: “Lake of mid-day rest”). Not only water lovers consider the idyllic landscape around Lake Cauma to be a paradise.

Mountain lakes in the Binn valley

There are about a dozen lakes in this natural park. 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.

Macun plateau of lakes

High up between Zernez and Lavin is the unique Macun lake plateau, with twenty mountain lakes of various sizes. A very special experience for any hiker or visitor to the National Park. From Lavin you can also take the train or the bus to all the other starting points for walks in the National Park.

Romantic little Gantrisch lake

Little mountain lake at 1578 m. Until just a few years ago, the Gantrischseeli was almost entirely silted up, but now thanks to some very committed volunteers it is once again a rewarding place to come to for a short mountain walk. Start from the Untere Gantrischhütte at 1510 m. The path takes you past cows and goats into the nature conservation area around the lake. Don't forget your binoculars for spying out chamois!