Morschach

Lucerne - Lake Lucerne Region

Morschach: Golf Club Axenstein

Morschach: Golf Club Axenstein

Morschach: Golf Club Axenstein - Urnersee - Grosser Mythen

Morschach: Golf Club Axenstein - Urnersee - Grosser Mythen

Morschach: Fronalpstock

Morschach: Fronalpstock

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Ruetli

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Ruetli

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Brunnen

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Brunnen

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Gipfelrestaurant

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Gipfelrestaurant

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Flüelen

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Flüelen

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Muotataler Berge

Morschach: Stoos - Fronalpstock, Muotataler Berge

High above Lake Lucerne and near Brunnen, visitors will find the village on Morschach on a sun terrace. It is quickly reached from Lucerne, Zug and Zürich.

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Magnificent vantage points and extensive walking opportunities as well as a variety of adventures in the Swiss Holiday Park are the highlights in the small village. The accommodations, from sleeping on strawbeds to a four-star hotel, offer a wide range of options. The central location makes the idyllic village an ideal starting point for mountain tours and lake cruises.

Summer

Hiking tours on the Swiss Path through Tell’s home village or on the numerous routes around the mountain village of Stoos are very popular. The Fronalpstock summit is reached in a comfortable weatherproof cable car. This imposing vantage point offers an impressive panoramic vista of ten Swiss lakes, and a vertical view down to the Rütli and across Central Switzerland as far as the Jura.

Highlights

  • Swiss Holiday Park – large adventure pool above Lake Lucerne.
  • Fronalpstock – summit with magnificent views over 10 Swiss lakes.
  • Panorama Trail Morschach – a walking tour around the village with notable scenic vantage points.
  • Top Events

    • Kinderland Openair in the Swiss Holiday Park – offers everything a child’s heart may desire (August).
    • Pfarreichilbi – a small but typically Swiss parish festival with a large supra-regional flea market (August).

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