Mettmeralp

Mettmeralp

The oldest game preserve still in existence. It owes its name to its milky blue colour: a karst (limestone) lake with genuine glacier waters.

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Schwarzsee (2372 m)

Schwarzsee (2372 m)

22-30 metres deep with a deeply fissured bottom. The lake derives its name from its dark waters.
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Lake Arnen

Lake Arnen

Lake Arnen is known as the “Pearl of the Saanenland”. The name suits:...more

Bathing Fun at Lake Cauma

Bathing Fun at...

Swimming, relaxing and sunbathing: It is not surprising that the name...more

Mettmeralp

The oldest game preserve still in existence. It owes its name to its milky blue colour: a karst (limestone) lake with genuine glacier waters.

Schwarzsee (2372 m)

22-30 metres deep with a deeply fissured bottom. The lake derives its name from its dark waters.

Lake Arnen

Lake Arnen is known as the “Pearl of the Saanenland”. The name suits: framed by the wild woods of the Tschärzis valley, the lake sparkles like a piece of jewellery.

Lake Arnen is known as the “Pearl of the Saanenland”. The name suits: framed by the wild woods of the Tschärzis valley, the lake sparkles like a piece of jewellery.

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.