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.
This gorge, formed by ice flows and water, can be experienced in several ways. It is particularly impressive to traverse the natural bridge and look down into the gorge. The bridge originated when a fragment of gompholite became detached and slid sideways, finally becoming jammed between the two walls of the gorge. A well-secured hiking path leads from the Steinmösli nature conservation area to the natural bridge (a route taking about 20 minutes) and then on towards Pfaffenmoos. More daring visitors can even venture into the heart of this spectacular gorge: a guided tour includes swimming, hiking along the stream bed or even canoeing in spring.