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Skulpturen Indermaur, Paspels
In the Domleschg fruit and castle country lies the bathing lake "Canovasee", romantic and warm, reaching well over 20 degrees in the summer months.


A visit can be best combined with a walk to Almens, which promises a unique view of the Heinzenberg. The bathing season starts in early May. You can get ice cream and drinks at the kiosk.

The bathing lake lies at an altitude of 777 meters above sea level and is just under 200 meters long and 100 meters wide. Both the inflow and outflow of the lake are underground.

On the way from the village road up to the stunning lake, in front of the atelier, you can admire the larger than life-size statue of the famous artist Robert Indermaur.


Adults CHF 4.50, children (6 - 16 years) CHF 2.00

Seasonal and family season tickets can also be purchased. Dogs are allowed at a special part of the lakeshore (voluntary CHF 1).


Public Transport

  1. From the south: With the RhB to Thusis. In Thusis take the bus to Almens. From there walk about 1 km in a northerly direction (Paspels/Tomils). Follow the footpath at the post office stop, always straight ahead (old Domleschger Strasse). It leads directly to the lake.
  2. From the north: By train from Chur to Rhäzüns (final stop). Here you can take the Postbus to Thusis via Domleschg (is adapted to the train). Get off at Paspels (post office), walk up a small path towards the church and follow the road uphill to the schoolhouse and continue on the nature trail to the lake. (Walk approx. 15 min.)


Motorway A13 Chur - direction Thusis, exit no. 20 Feldis Rothenbrunnen Cazis (directly after the Isla-Bella-Tunnel) Left, direction Sils i. D.

In Paspels at the Denner turn left up the narrow road, past the church and after about 50 m left up the mountain towards the schoolhouse.


Free parking is located at the schoolhouse Paspels, during the holiday season the school parking lot may be used.



Gästeinformation Canovasee, 7417 Paspels

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