Mettmeralp

Mettmeralp

Mountain lakes – 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)

Mountain lakes – 22-30 metres deep with a deeply fissured bottom. The lake derives its name from its dark waters.
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Seelisberger See

Seelisberger See

Mountain lakes – Nestling in a hollow at the foot of the...more

Lake Arnen

Lake Arnen

Mountain lakes – Lake Arnen is known as the “Pearl of the...more

Mettmeralp

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

Mettmeralp
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Schwarzsee (2372 m)

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

Schwarzsee (2372 m)
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Seelisberger See

Mountain lakes – Nestling in a hollow at the foot of the Niederbauen at 738m is idyllic Lake Seelisberg.
Opening times (up to the beginning of September): 8:00 till 18.00 hours. Sports facilities, boats for hire, kiosk and campsite (info: 041 820 35 96) available. Directly accessible by post bus from Stans and by car from the A2, ‘Beckenried Süd’ exit.

Seelisberger See
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Lake Arnen

Mountain lakes – 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.

Lake Arnen
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