Nothing turns out to be as fascinating it would be to see the Gruner See in Styria, Austria. A once in a lifetime sight to see, truly stunning with all the science proving it right and authentic, the Gruner See of Styria is a lake in a village called Tragob or also known as Tragoess in Styria. The lake is beautifully surrounded by snow-capped Hochschwab Mountains, the lake is also known as the green lake, due to its greener effect and crystal clear water also because of its surrounding foliage and grass. The water comes down from the melting of the mountain’s snow and so you can guess the temperature correctly, as the water strolls down from snowy mountains the temperature is mostly in minus. The maximum depth of the lake ranges from around 12 m mostly in May to June, and is known to be one of the most awe-inspiring sights of the world.
Whilst the winters, the mountains are covered with thick snow layer, as the sun hits the heat in spring the snow starts to melt and levels up the water.
A lake turning park, the Gruner See of Styria has been a popular lake for the divers especially in June when the water is at its highest peak. Underwater you can find a bench and a bridge too, following with some trees to be found also. The depth of the lake is dependable upon the snowmelt timing.
Every spring, the park disappears and nothing in the world is seem as mesmerizingly historic as this. In the starting of July, the park seems to recede and is ready for the hikers to hike on further, whereas in winters it’s a popular site for divers.
Well true is that it’s rather an unusual natural phenomenon of Mother Nature but also a picture perfect sight acting as a relative movie background for romantic scenes. This park is a favourite tourist destination, though due to the rise in expected damage that could be caused to this sensitive environment, the park is closed from 1st January 2016 for public, hopefully this is for the time being as beauty like a lake turning park, Gruner See of Austria is unmatchable to found elsewhere.