The lake Lej Marsch hides in a grove near St. Moritz-Bad. 5 minutes on foot from parking lot Olympiaschanze. Access by bike possible.The lake is not supervised. Bathing at your own risk.Offer:- Fireplaces including firewood- Picnic areas- Sandy beach- Toilets- lawns- FootbridgeOffers in the immediate vicinity (5 minutes):- Parking "Olympiaschanze"- Restaurant- Camping- Kiosk- Tennis courts- Clay pigeon shooting
Bathing lakes and water temperatures
Regulations for water sports activities
Swimming in open waters: useful tips
The Piz Julier is an exposed mountain and therefore offers a beautiful panoramic view.
The Foppettas Flow Trail is the crowning glory of this tour.
Additional training on the night trail
Leisurely hike to the idyllic moor lakes Lej Nair and Lej Zuppò
The ascent to Hahnensee is rewarded with a beautiful view of the Engadin.
Over the frozen Upper Engadin lake district.
As you ride over the humps and dips and around the banked turns, you feel as though you are flowing down the mountain.
From St. Moritz Bad first to Surlej and past high moor landscapes back and over Alp Staz down to Lake Staz.
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Cycle along Lake St. Moritz and over the bathing lake Lej Marsch to Lake Champfèr and then along Lake Silvaplana to Sils and from there into the ...
Beautiful hike past the two idyllic bathing lakes Lej Nair and Lej Marsch.
From Sils Maria high above the green Lake of Silvaplana to the cosy bathing lake Lej Marsch and on the shore of the Lake of Silvaplana back to Sils ...
A nice circuit along the Engadin lakes via Maloja to the Cavloc lake.
The area from Lej da Staz to Lej Marsch is a large moor area.
Beautiful view of the Upper Engadin lake landscape
From Celerina up via Marguns to Corviglia and down via Suvretta and past the bathing lakes Lej Marsch and Lej da Staz back to Celerina.
Upper Engadin lake trail through a moor landscape of national importance. Running towards the water along the king of the Engadin (Piz da la Margna).
Varied stage through a unique mountain landscape along the young Inn.