Here are our favourites for all those travellers spending their summer in Eastern Switzerland or Graubünden.

  • Caumasee

    This “Lake Siesta”, reminiscent of the Caribbean, is completely surrounded by forest and is located in a beautiful hiking region. Caumasee can only be reached on foot (a few minutes’ walk from the Wildhaus, Flims car park) or by bike. There’s a funicular to help reduce the walking time.
    Caumasee
    Flims, Graubünden
  • Drei Weihern

    Baths from the nineteenth century high above St. Gallen: The “Dreilinden” natural ponds are famous far beyond the borders of the city itself. Surrounded by forest and meadows, and with a view of the city and Lake Constance region, this is the perfect spot to spend a hot summer day. You can get there on foot, by car, or the Bäderbus (“bathing bus”) from St. Gallen central station.
    Drei Weihern
    St.Gallen
  • Klöntalersee

    We even found another jewel in the Canton of Glarus that invites you to have a dip. You can take several routes in order to view the beautiful reflections of the Alps in the lake. You can get there either by car via Glarus to the Schwammhöhi mountain inn, by public transport, or also by hiking.
    Klöntal
    Glarus
  • Seealpsee

    The flagship of the Alpstein region is situated at an altitude of 1,141 metres and offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountain panorama. From Wasserauen (Canton of Appenzell Innerrhoden), either go on foot in the direction of the Seealpsee, or take the funicular from the same starting point to the Ebenalp (where the famous Äscherhuus can be found) and hike downhill.
    Seealpsee
    Wasserauen, Appenzell Innerrhoden
  • Tössegg

    The descent from the car park to this bathing spot is possible via a slight slope – perfect for adventure seekers! In addition to self-catering options (there are barbecue areas available), there is also the adjacent Tössegg Restaurant, which offers tasty food post-swim.
    Rorbas, Töss
  • Lej Marsch

    This beloved bathing lake is situated at an altitude of 1,800metres in the Pro Natura reserve in St. Moritz in Graubünden. Despite its high altitude, the lake retains a pleasant temperature thanks to wind protection. There are barbecue facilities and large, grassy areas, which are perfect for relaxation or sports activities. There are parking spaces available nearby at the Olympiaschanze.
    Lej Marsch
    Olympiaschanze, St. Moritz