The blue ice cave in the Swiss glacier delights visitors

The blue ice cave in the Swiss glacier delights visitors ...

LES DIABLERETS, Switzerland, December 22th - An ice cave formed each year in the Swiss Alps attracts visitors on Wednesdays to marvel at their huge blue vault.

The 20 foot deep cave, which varies every year, has a wide ceiling made of thick ice around 5 metres high.

The main point of this road is the walk in the direction of the glacier 3,300 above the Diableret resort.

The natural cave, also called the mound or the witch's cliff, is formed by a siphon-like effect.

The cavity fills a lake in the spring and summer, forming a lake. Once the plugged disappears, the water drains and leaves the cave.

We love the cold air, and to see what nature has done through the glacier," said Jens Behrend, a visiting visitor from Gstaad in the nearby town.

The ice and the open air will make you feel the size of the cave.

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