Clemgia Gorge

The geological formation in the Clemgia Gorge with its green serpentine interspersions is particularly fascinating. The narrow trail wends its way above the Clemgia up to the end of the gorge, leading alternately through mixed forests and across craggy Bündnerschiefer (slate formations typical of Graubünden).

The geological formation in the Clemgia Gorge with its green serpentine interspersions is particularly fascinating. The narrow trail wends its way above the Clemgia up to the end of the gorge, leading alternately through mixed forests and across craggy Bündnerschiefer (slate formations typical of Graubünden).

Räbloch

Unlike the rest of the Emmental, the Räbloch was still covered in ice during the last Ice Age. Nowadays visitors can enjoy a memorable natural spectacle here.

Gorges du Pichoux

The name is full of promise by itself: Pichoux literally means “1,000 springs”. It is true that the gorges created by the river Sorne include an impressive number of springs, where water gushes from the limestone rocks when it rains heavily.

Wildwater Trail – Gries Gorge and Pochtenfall

On the eventful Wildwater Trail one overcomes the steep escarpment between Tschingel Lake and Griesalp.