Diavolezza, 3000m

Diavolezza, 3000m

Enjoy the magnificent experience of a sunrise or sunset 3000 m up against the breathtaking backdrop of a glacier!more

Peak Experience: Switzerland's Highest Restaurant

Peak Experience: Switzerland's...

The revolving restaurant "Metro-Alpin" on the Mittel-Allalin sits on a glittering ledge 3500 m.a.sl. and allows diners to observe the mountains.more

Restaurant Rosegg Gletscher: Delicious Treat on the Verge of a Glacier

Restaurant Rosegg...

This paradise is at the back of beyond in the Val Roseg. The...more

Alpine Restaurant on the Flanks of Mt. Rigi

Alpine Restaurant...

The small inn, Heiri-Hütte, on an Alpine hill above the Rigi-Klösterli...more

Diavolezza, 3000m

Enjoy the magnificent experience of a sunrise or sunset 3000 m up against the breathtaking backdrop of a glacier!

Peak Experience: Switzerland's Highest Restaurant

The revolving restaurant "Metro-Alpin" on the Mittel-Allalin sits on a glittering ledge 3500 m.a.sl. and allows diners to observe the mountains.

The revolving restaurant "threes!xty" on the Mittel-Allalin holds several records: not only is it Switzerland"s highest restaurant, it is also the world's highest revolving restaurant.

Restaurant Rosegg Gletscher: Delicious Treat on the Verge of a Glacier

This paradise is at the back of beyond in the Val Roseg. The dessert-buffet of Hotel Roseggletscher is legendary.

It is hard to imagine that a small, picturesque corner, wedged between glaciers, cliffs, and Alpine meadows would offer a culinary paradise.

Alpine Restaurant on the Flanks of Mt. Rigi

The small inn, Heiri-Hütte, on an Alpine hill above the Rigi-Klösterli train station of the Arth-Rig train, is a welcome stop for hikers on their way to the Rigi-First who enjoy a cup of coffee with such interesting names as "Hot Love" and dig into a dish of hearty Älplermagronen (elbow pasta with onions, apples and cheese).

The Rigi-Klösterli is situated in an idyllic forested mountain basin below the Rigi Staffel at the eastern slope of the "Queen of the Mountains". In the past it used to attract pilgrims.