Pass Lunghin

On the Lunghin Pass, there is a quite remarkable feature to be seen: Europe’s only three-way water divide is situated at precisely the pass height.

Pass Lunghin
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Marbachegg – unexpected views

The Schrattenfluh to the north, in canton Lucerne, although seemingly a part of the Emment Valley. And Marbachegg – part of the UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch.

Marbachegg – unexpected views
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Wisenberg Tower

The Wisenberg Tower is located at over 1000 meters above sea level and a striking landmark in the area. It offers beautiful panoramic views across the Basel and Mittelland regions.

Wisenberg Tower
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Parsenn – for diverse activities

Whether a visitor may be a skier, a literature fan, a mountaineer or a scientist, the Parsenn Mountain Train, opened in 1931, will be of great help to explore the wonderful Weissfluh-Joch.

The Parsennbahn railway ascends the Weissfluhjoch in two sections in pretty much the same way as an express train. And it’s no time at all until the Davos landscapes lie at your feet and views extend from Piz Kesch to Bernina and 60-ks south.

Parsenn – for diverse activities
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