Magical Lombachalp


Haunting moorland, mysterious caves and a sea of alpine flowers: the landscape around the Hohgant soon charms its visitors. Especially on Lombachalp, which together with Sörenberg makes up one of Switzerland’s largest and most impressive stretches of moorland.

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In winter an array of cross-country ski trails and snowshoe paths lead over the high snowy plateau; from spring to autumn, the landscape is characterised by bubbling brooks, atmospheric moors and sculpted limestone pavements, scattered with pines and spruce. The neighbouring Thunersee-Hohgant Nature Park, which extends for 350 square kilometres and up to 2,200m above sea level, incorporates a colourful mosaic of habitats, shared by ibex, golden eagles and lynx – as well as humans.

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