Hoher Kasten – above the Rhine Valley

The Hoher Kasten has been accessible via an aerial cable car since 1964. In a few minutes one glides from Brülisau near Appenzell to the peak at 1,795 meters, famous for its modern revolving restaurant and panoramic view. The ride alone offers a fascinating view of the hills of Appenzellerland... more

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Weisshorn – mountain and valley views

The Weisshorn is at 2,653 meters Arosa’s tallest mountain. A cable car takes you from the village via the 2,013-meter mid-station to the attractive... more

Weisshorn – mountain and valley views
Gemmi – historic pass

Gemmi – historic pass

The Gemmi Train climbs the steep Gemmi face to the wonderful mountain world of the Gemmi Region, which is famous for its rich traditions. The Gemmi... more

Hoher Kasten – above the Rhine Valley

The Hoher Kasten has been accessible via an aerial cable car since 1964. In a few minutes one glides from Brülisau near Appenzell to the peak at 1,795 meters, famous for its modern revolving restaurant and panoramic view. The ride alone offers a fascinating view of the hills of Appenzellerland and the majestic Alpstein.

Striking views are yours to enjoy from the viewing platform between Appenzell country and the St. Gallen Rhine Valley, as well as from the remarkable ridge direction Kreuzberge. The cableway from Brülisau has been making its way for you to view top sights since 1964.

Weisshorn – mountain and valley views

The Weisshorn is at 2,653 meters Arosa’s tallest mountain. A cable car takes you from the village via the 2,013-meter mid-station to the attractive viewing point on the summit.

The highest mountain in the Arosa region, accessible by cable car, offers impressive views over Chur as well as the Alps of Graubünden as far as Piz Bernina looking south.

Gemmi – historic pass

The Gemmi Train climbs the steep Gemmi face to the wonderful mountain world of the Gemmi Region, which is famous for its rich traditions. The Gemmi Train was built in 1957 and has since then transported many a guest to an elevation of 2,350 meters.

Already the Romans trod this path from the main Valais valley to the north. The historic pass crossing unites Leukerbad with Kandersteg – without roads, instead mountain rail.