Raiffeisen Skywalk

Sattel-Hochstuckli

Raiffeisen Skywalk, Sattel-Hochstuckli

Raiffeisen Skywalk, Sattel-Hochstuckli

Raiffeisen Skywalk, Sattel-Hochstuckli

Raiffeisen Skywalk, Sattel-Hochstuckli

Mostelberg: Sattel - Bergstation - Richtung Mythen

Mostelberg: Sattel - Bergstation - Richtung Mythen

Mostelberg: Bärenfang - Sattel-Hochstuckli

Mostelberg: Bärenfang - Sattel-Hochstuckli

Mostelberg: Sattel - Bergstation Skywalk (von Osten)

Mostelberg: Sattel - Bergstation Skywalk (von Osten)

Wildspitz

Wildspitz

Mostelberg: Sattel - Bergstation - Richtung Ägerital-Rigi

Mostelberg: Sattel - Bergstation - Richtung Ägerital-Rigi

At 374 m, the Skywalk is Europe's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, 58 m above the Lauitobel gorge. To avoid crossing the bridge again when returning, walkers can take the path (signed "der pfad") towards Hals Kreuz and Herrenboden. This theme trail focuses on the forces of nature.

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Technical information

Starting point:Mostelberg mountain station (saddle)
Destination:Mostelberg
Getting to the starting point:Car/railway/bus from Arth-Goldau, Schwyz or Biberbrugg; cable car from Sattel to the Mostelberg
Back from the destination:ditto
Technique:Easy
Physical fitness:Easy
Difference in elevation:Ascent 175 m, descent 175 m
Hiking time:1h 10m
Season:May to October
Note:   Note the cable car timetable!

Description

The colourful revolving gondolas turn twice around their own axes on the ascent to the Mostelberg; this feature was installed in 2005.

In summer, children like to spend time at the Mostelberg mountain station with its attractive bouncy castle, trampoline and a large digger. This is also the start of the channel for the summer toboggan run with its tunnels and steep-walled bends.

Hikers and strollers are drawn to Europe's longest pedestrian suspension bridge. Various circular routes are proposed starting from the other side of the gorge: "der pfad" leads across the Halsbann up to the Kreuz and back down to the Herrenboden.

Walkers experience the forces of nature at work, and their effects can be observed at various natural power spots – Stone Circles, Stone Gate, Stone Vein Path, Tree and Yin-Yang. Each staging point has detailed descriptions and illustrations. The route is signed as no. 3 (green).

Tour Overview

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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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