People who are familiar with stones and rock formations will walk through the mountains as if they were reading a book on geology.
Lake Zug is located right in the heart of Central Switzerland between the cantons of Zug, Schwyz and Lucerne. This scenic area nestled in the charming hill country offers a diverse range of walking, cycling and skating activities.
Embedded within an imposing backdrop of mountains, the deeply-blue Lake Thun lies on the northern periphery of the Alps, between the Bernese Oberland towns of Thun and Interlaken. Lake Thun is especially popular amongst sailors and windsurfers who appreciate the prevailing light breeze. Numerous swimming and shore areas invite visitors to cool off.
Erosion caused the mountain to collapse and the vast, pale yellow and reddish rock basin to form, which becomes bigger every year. From the Grabenrad or the Illhorn (2,716 m) there are "fear inspiring" yet stunning views down into the Rhone valley.