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Veros Panorama Trail

  • start: Belalp cable car mountain station (2095 m)
  • destination: Belalp cable car mountain station

The hike first takes you high up to the Tyndall Monument. The Irish glaciologist and alpinist John Tyndall (1820-1893) spent 44 summer months on the Belalp, wrote scientific books here and climbed a large number of mountains. The monument on the Triembiel was erected by his widow Louise in memory of her husband.

With a view of the Great Aletsch Glacier, you now descend and once you reach the Belalp Hotel, follow the path in the direction of Lake Lüsgersee.

You will pass the "Färricha". This is where the sheep are distributed to their respective owners during the sheepfold.

Finally you reach the Lüsgersee. Here you can discover mountain newts, grass frogs and common toads, and if you like, you can cool off by jumping into the fresh mountain lake.

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