Lenk-Iffigenalp

Lenk-Iffigenalp

Plunging more than 100 metres, the Iffigfall is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the Bernese Oberland. A walk from Lenk to the Iffigenalp.more

Lake Sils

Lake Sils

Lake Sils is the largest lake in Graubünden and, together with lakes St. Moritz, Silvaplana and Champfèr, forms the Upper Engadine chain of lakes....more

Lake Constance

Lake Constance

Measuring 64 km in length and 12 km at it widest point, Lake Constance,...more

Durnand Gorge Adventure

Durnand Gorge...

The Durnand Gorge has been made accessible thanks to a network of...more

Lenk-Iffigenalp

Plunging more than 100 metres, the Iffigfall is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the Bernese Oberland. A walk from Lenk to the Iffigenalp.

Plunging more than 100 metres, the Iffigfall is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the Bernese Oberland.

Lake Sils

Lake Sils is the largest lake in Graubünden and, together with lakes St. Moritz, Silvaplana and Champfèr, forms the Upper Engadine chain of lakes. During the summer months, Europe’s highest passenger boat service operates on lake Sils.

Lake Sils is the largest lake in Graubünden and, together with lakes St. Moritz, Silvaplana and Champfèr, forms the Upper Engadine chain of lakes. During the summer months, Europe’s highest passenger boat service operates on lake Sils.

Lake Constance

Measuring 64 km in length and 12 km at it widest point, Lake Constance, which is sited at the tripoint of Switzerland/Germany/Austria, is the third largest lake in Central Europe. The rolling landscape, the mild climate and a plethora of water sport and other leisure activities are responsible for attracting many holidaymakers and day trippers to Lake Constance, especially in the summer months.

The rolling landscape, the mild climate and a plethora of water sport and other leisure activities are responsible for attracting many holidaymakers and day trippers to Lake Constance, especially in the summer months.

Durnand Gorge Adventure

The Durnand Gorge has been made accessible thanks to a network of tunnels, staircases and galleries that is 1 km long.

The contrast between the Durnand Gorge and the southern town of Martigny could not be greater.