The Tseuzier lake area is a small corner of paradise perched above the Rhone valley and offering an exceptional natural setting!
NB: Access to the Lake Tseuzier will be available again on 26th May 2023 at 1pm. In the meantime, access is still prohibited.
The Tseuzier dam, also known as Rawyl, is a reservoir situated to the east of Anzère and downstream of numerous peaks forming a natural border between the cantons of Berne and Valais. At the bottom of a magnificent cirque, minerals and plants cohabit to offer a view as splendid as it is varied. It is in this small alpine corner that many hikes meet. Between bisses, mountain paths and alpine roads, all nature lovers will find something to do. This very special place is also suitable for many other activities.
Some pictures of this lovely place
Please note! When the road is closed, access to the dam is forbidden to the public for safety reasons. This is particularly the case in winter or during rock falls.