Lai da Rims
It is considered one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in Switzerland - the much-vaunted Lai da Rims. Since it lies at a lofty 2,396 metres above sea level, it is not easy to catch a glimpse of the lake. Until the Lai da Rims lies before you in all its splendour, you have to conquer terrain step by terrain step. This applies both to the long ascent from the valley and to the high alpine variants over the Piz Umbrail or the Piz Praveder. Once you have reached the Lai da Rims, you will remember it for a long time. There are even guests who have visited the mountain lake over 200 times because they have fallen in love with it.
A touch of Canada. This is probably the best way to describe Val Mora. No wonder, because due to its originality and remoteness, the Val Mora leaves no one untouched. The atmosphere there is almost magical, primal and rough. Rugged mountains tower on both sides, some of them reaching the three-thousand-metre mark, including Piz Murtaröl, the highest peak in the nature park at 3,180 metres above sea level. On the wide valley floor, pines, stone pines, larches, moors and the wild mountain stream Aua da Val Mora form the landscape.
Something mysterious surrounds it, the highest pine forest in Europe. The God Tamangur welcomes its visitors with its heavy, yet sweet scent. Here you get to know gnarled, ancient trees. Some of them have 800 annual rings and more, others have come to an end a long time ago and serve the forest community as deadwood, providing shelter and protection for animals. The forest is protected, no cultivation is carried out and animals only graze on the edges. This is good for the forest. Despite its old age, the God Tamangur enjoys high vitality and dynamism.