Geological trail Escholzmatt

Escholzmatt

Rengg: Lutersarni

Rengg: Lutersarni

Finsterwald: bei Entlebuch

Finsterwald: bei Entlebuch

Heiligkreuz: First

Heiligkreuz: First

Heiligkreuz › Ost: First AG Heiligkreuz

Heiligkreuz › Ost: First AG Heiligkreuz

Marbach LU: Camping-Sternen, Marbach

Marbach LU: Camping-Sternen, Marbach

Rossweid

Rossweid

Sörenberg: Brienzer Rothorn

Sörenberg: Brienzer Rothorn

Sörenberg: Brienzer Rothorn - Gipfelrestaurant

Sörenberg: Brienzer Rothorn - Gipfelrestaurant

Sörenberg: Rossweid

Sörenberg: Rossweid

Flühli LU: Schwändiliflue

Flühli LU: Schwändiliflue

Flühli LU: Flühli - Golfclub Fluehli-Soerenberg

Flühli LU: Flühli - Golfclub Fluehli-Soerenberg

Who now thinks of the fact that Escholzmatt was formed as the result of glacial and river erosion?

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Description

The geological trail delves further into this subject. Information panels explain the various landscape features. After the 2.5-hour circular walk, visitors will have learnt much about the ice age and the geology of the Escholzmatt region and have seen it with their own eyes! Entire walk 3 hours.

The careful planning of a tour will ensure that you also derive the maximum pleasure and enjoyment from it. Please take the time to contact the local information centre and enquire about route and weather conditions before setting off. Your intended trail may be fully or partially closed, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.

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