The ‘forest ridge lake’ is situated on the eastern border between Flims and Trin. Featuring crystal-clear water and nestled in a dark green grove of trees, Lake Cresta is a true hidden gem. It is 375 metres long and 180 metres wide and is listed as a protected natural landmark of regional importance in the canton of Graubünden. Lake Cresta offers the perfect place to cool down on your biking or hiking tour. The lake is famous for its clear water. Another unique aspect about Lake Cresta is that it is only accessible by foot.
Want to coast along crystal-clear waters in a rowing boat and enjoy the peace and quiet? This is simple with our boat rental service at Lake Cresta. Stand-up paddle fans and water lovers will also find everything they are looking for. Lie back on a raft or enjoy the setting to the full from the pier. If the mountain air helps you work up an appetite, you can choose from some good food in the restaurant or a snack at the kiosk.
A jewel of nature awaits you on the hiking trail from Flims to Trin. The river Flem has not only been a creative builder on the mountain, but also dug an impressive path through the forest down in the valley. It gushes and gurgles through a narrow gorge and reports effervescently about its long journey that began high up at Segnesboden. On hot days the Felsbach gorge is like a fresh breeze. Together with Lake Cresta, the Felsbach gorge has its own post bus stop and can also be easily reached on foot after a short walk.
In Flims, for example at the Caumasee, and at various locations in Switzerland, you can pay for your parking space with the parkingpay app and only for the time you park.