Bäregg

The Bäregg dive site has a slightly sloping mud slope that merges into small rock walls. Various tree trunks in the mud are well suited as photo objects.

At this dive site you can meet eglis, pike, grops and burbot. You can also see snails and caddis fly larvae, which live near the trees.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 6 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Lake

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

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The dive site Stampach is always beautiful. It offers a great, varied steep face. Careful, there is danger when crossing the road! Not suitable for beginners.

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The dive site Ant harrows/Duck harrows consists of two canyons and a nice steep wall in between. In the shallow water above the steep face there is a plain covered with seaweed. You can easily get in via one of the two ramps.

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Balmholz

The dive site Balmholz can only be reached by boat. It has a nice steep face with big boulders and branches. The visibility is often not that brilliant.

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This dive site offers something for everyone, from beginners to tech divers. Access to the Guntenbad is via the stairs. Up to 15m sloping terrain, after that step by step steep wall > 50m. Diving ban from mid-May to mid-September due to bathing season.

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The Fish Balm is a steep wall (>100m), which is partly overhanging and is one of the best-known dive sites in this area. This is a shore dive and the entrance is via stairs.

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Längenschachen

Ideal dive site for beginners or returning divers. Easy entry and exit. Parking spaces available. In the summer, this place is also gladly visited by bathers. Mutual respect and consideration is very important at this time.

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Spiezwand

This dive site is only accessible by boat. It captivates divers with its beautiful wall full of many large trees. Because of the visibility, this is a great winter dive site.

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The Gipsunion dive site is one of the few sites on the left bank of Lake Thun (near Leissigen). Covered parking under the bridge allows dry preparation of equipment. A ladder allows easy access. Diving is possible in the direction of Interlaken as well as Thun.

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The dive site Churchill is a gently sloping scree (in the upper area) or mud slope. It is characterised by many trees and firs, which practically appear out of nowhere. Caution: they are partly covered with fishing nets.

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Shallow water dive site with easy access via the ramp. At the entrance a lot of sea grass, which provides for a fish variety. Various objects in the upper area (max. 20m).

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