Begin this alternative route from the train station in Kandersteg and follow riverside paths and forest tracks as you descend the valley to reach Blausee. The lake is situated in a small nature park (entry fee payable) with a restaurant where you can have a relaxed lunch overlooking this uniquely coloured lake. From Blausee you can choose to walk back up the valley the way you came, or catch the bus back instead.
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Type de chemin
Consignes de sécuritéThe route is shared with bikes and some farm vehicles between Kandersteg and Blausee so take care and give way.
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Points of Interest
A small nature park packed with activities. The Hotel Blausee overlooks the lake where you can have lunch or coffee. There are some trails surrounding the lake, which is an organic mountain trout farm. The glass bottom boat trip is also popular with visitors. Through the clear blue-green waters you can see ancient trees laying on the lake floor, along with underwater plants and fish.
You can find more information and the current entry fee (<10 CHF per person) here: https://www.blausee.ch/en/nature-park/nature-park/
You can check the bus timetable for Blausee to Kandersteg here (approx. hourly Mon-Sun): https://www.sbb.ch/de
Food & Drink
As this a short walk you might just bring some snacks and water with you and wait until reaching the restaurant at Blausee, or until you return to Kandersteg, before having lunch. There are a couple of small convenience shops – the Volg and Co-Op – in Kandersteg, and there are also plenty of restaurant options in Kandersteg.