Lake Heidiland


Small mountain lake on the Flumserberg


The Sächserseeli is located at 2099 m above sea level. It has no above-ground tributary. So it is supplied with fresh water from underground springs. Some mountain lakes became world famous because a well-known mountain is reflected in them. The Riffelsee near the Gornergrat, for example, in which there is a reverse Matterhorn on windless days, or the Bachsee above Grindelwald, on whose water the Schreckhorn doubles. The Sächserseeli, on the other hand, is relatively unknown. Perhaps also because the 2523-meter-high mountain Magerrain reflected in the Sächserseeli does not quite come close to the fame of its counterparts in the Valais and the Bernese Oberland. Tip: Combine a visit to the Sächserseeli with a hike to the Spitzmeilenhütte and the Maadseeli below.


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