Lake Bregaglia Engadin

Lake Cavloc

Cavloccio See
Lake Cavloc is a popular destination for hikers in summer and winter.

Description

The short path to the lake is easily accessible in all seasons: in summer by bike, with pushchairs or simply on foot, in winter on groomed slopes on foot or cross-country skis or with snowshoes. During the hot season, the bravest ones venture for a swim in the lake while the barbecue areas and the wood provided by the municipality invite to get there together, around a nice firer. In the little restaurant Cavloc, open only in summer, you can taste local delicacies and for those who do not want to return home empty hand at the alp Cavloc you can buy the most delicious Mascarplin, a fresh local goat cheese.  

From Cavloc, hikers can continue for a few hours on high mountain paths until they reach the Forno mountainhut (also open in winter) or follow the path to the Bitabergh Lake and head then back to Maloja.

In winter, Lake Cavloc, which is located at an altitude of 1907 m and has a surface area of only 0.12 square kilometres, is one of the first lakes to freeze, making it a very popular spot for ice skating.

Prices

free

Directions

Public Transport

To Maloja by Postbus then on foot.

Arrival - Bregaglia Engadin Turismo

Directions

To Maloja by car and then on foot.

Arrival - Bregaglia Engadin Turismo

Parken

A large, paid car park is available at the entrance of Val Forno.

Map

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