The “Passarelle” is a landscaped bridge suspended between the crowns of trees rooted in the forest below. At its end, a viewing platform is suspended in the empty space, offering its visitors a 180-degree-panoramic view of Lake Maggiore, the Centovalli and the Maggia Valley.
The Jungfraujoch is not only an attractive vantage point, but also an ideal location for various research projects in the fields of geology, astronomy, and more.
The winter sports region between Obersaxen and Lumnezia is a popular hiking area in summer, with changing views over the anterior Rhine Valley and as far as Piz Terri.
The Klein Matterhorn is Europe’s highest viewing platform - no cable car takes tourists to a higher vantage point. The view is breathtaking and you feel you are in a different, colder, but much clearer environment.