Warm bathing lake from the Würme ice age

“Staffelsee” near Seehausen in Upper Bavaria is a popular destination in the region. Formed during the Würme Ice Age, Staffelsee and its seven islands were shaped by the Loisach glacier. The lake has an average depth of ten meters – at its deepest point it is forty meters deep. In summer, the warm bathing lake with pleasant temperatures of 22 to 26 degrees Celsius is popular with many visitors. The muddy water of the Staffelsee is known for its healing powers. Those who prefer to be on the water can board the passenger ship MS Seehausen. In winter, you can go ice skating or play ice hockey here.


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