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lai da palpuogna Switzerland

One of the most beautiful spots in Switzerland! For fall plan on go arround October 10th to 17th, since the larchs are yellow then. Try to go before the first snow fall, otherwise the snow is likely to stay and/ or the lake will be frozen.
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Parking is close, but only 2 to 3 slots available. A bus stop is quite close as well.
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Nearly no other people

Daytime during fall

07:52 16:33
03:09
46°34'51.0905" N 9°47'13.7884" E

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  • Igal Kleiner
  • Georg Dresel
  • Daniel Noguera Bertran
  • Andreas Kunz
  • Gibson SG
  • Gutescu Eduard
  • Philipp Merki
  • Marvin
  • joseph maniquet
  • Paweł Mucha
  • Anasztazia Baumann
  • Ruedi Mosimann
  • Jason Protheroe
  • Christian Lorenz
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Thank you Cyril Brunner for creating this photo spot.
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