A fascinating spectacle of nature as the water plunges 400 meters into the depths.
The not too steep way there and back is well-walked with sturdy shoes and a little surefootedness.
In addition a breathtaking lake with many fantastic impressions. He did not seem to be as overrun as it is with other lakes.
However, there was a small obstacle.
At the time of my visit (3.6.2018) unfortunately a small section of the circular route was closed. The sign at the beginning of the circular route was unfortunately so small and inconspicuous that I did not see it. Thus, I have unsuspecting the way to the gate with the "locked - sign" gone and then turned back to take the path on the other side of the lake to the Vilsalpe. From the other side I have seen that several people have walked there despite the "locked sign". On my way back around the lake there were more people, so I also made my way along the closed path. At one point he became so narrow and muddy, as a snowfield and some boulders on the way sticking out, that you can not pass the section with a stroller, wheelchair or walker. Even with a bike it was very tight. As a pedestrian with a little surefootedness it is already possible, but everyone has to decide for themselves ...!
July 30, 2018
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