Only at lunchtime does some light penetrate this deep, narrow gorge; it is damp and cool at the bottom of the up to 70 meter high rock walls at all times. A secured tunnel leads through the rock past the small thermal water fountain to the spring water grotto.
Opening times: late April to late October, daily from 10 a.m. to 5.15 p.m.
Admission: Adults 5 CHF
February 5, 2016
Contrary to what is stated in Komoot, the gorge is a dead end. (at least for pedestrians). To visit, go into the gorge to the end of the tunnel and then turn around again. If you want to do a round trip, you have to go up a steep path and numerous stairs back out of the gorge.
As soon as you turn into the tunnel while visiting the gorge, it gets warmer with every step. If you stand directly at the source (which can only be seen through a pane of glass), it is almost like a steam bath. All in all a real and sweaty experience.
September 29, 2021
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