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The Lai Urlaun is the largest of the three raised bog lakes in the Val Maighels. It lies below the Maighelshütte and is occupied by arctic char. In the early morning hours you meet fishermen here, later numerous hikers or bikers pass by the lake, who follow the Vierquellenweg or the bike route number one.
Orchids, buttercups or wool grass bloom on the damp mats in summer, but you can also find dry places for a picnic, with a view of the Piz Borel with the Maighels Glacier.
Hiking time: From Oberalp Pass, 1.5 - 2 hours
From mid-June, the lake is snow-free, but you can still meet snow fields all around.
By train from Sedrun or Andrmatt to the Oberalp Pass. Hiking time from Oberalp Pass approx. 1.5 hours
By car from Sedrun or from Andermatt to Oberalppass.
Free parking on the Oberalp Pass
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