Oeschinen Lake is a spick and span mountain lake in the Bernese Overland which lies on top of Kandersteg and about 5km eastern of the Oeschinen valley in Switzerland. The lake contains a veneer area of 1.115 sq km. on 5,177 ft height and the greatest intensity of the lake is about 184 ft which is the one of the most visitors’ attractions of Switzerland as well as in this site. The lake is fed through the sequences of mountain stream and depletes underground which is usually to be found frozen throughout December to May.
As 2007 the lagoon is fraction of the Jungfrau-Aletsch-Bietschhorn and World Heritage Site of UNESCO. The nature loving man, hikers and people who like to swim they can really enjoy there. It is one of the largest Alpine Lakes with adjoining magnificent mountains. The valley beneath is attractive enough to get on the chairlift and tumble the mountain is unbelievably scenic. You can enjoy the rich mountain flora through orchids, impressive scenery of the groups of sheep and cows grazing on the Alps and the natural world on the mountain slopes which make the visitors more delightful.