Kronenberg – the family mountain

The Kronberg (1663m) is the family mountain in Appenzellerland, offering many attractions both in the summer and the winter. The valley station of the aerial cableway is next to the Jakobsbad Train Station, high up in the Gonton valley. more

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Le Salève – Geneva’s House Mountain…

Le Salève – Geneva’s House Mountain… ... is actually located in France and certainly worth an excursion. From the top, you enjoy an extraordinary... more

Le Salève – Geneva’s House Mountain…
Mont Pèlerin – views over the lake

Mont Pèlerin – views over the lake

Passing through vineyards, orchards and forests, the funicular railway is the most comfortable means of reaching Mont-Pèlerin for an excursion.... more

Kronenberg – the family mountain

The Kronberg (1663m) is the family mountain in Appenzellerland, offering many attractions both in the summer and the winter. The valley station of the aerial cableway is next to the Jakobsbad Train Station, high up in the Gonton valley.

As conglomerate rock in the forming of the Alps, Kronenberg precedes the Alpstein. A cable car takes you from the Jakobsbad station to the vantage point with mountain guesthouse.

Le Salève – Geneva’s House Mountain…

Le Salève – Geneva’s House Mountain… ... is actually located in France and certainly worth an excursion. From the top, you enjoy an extraordinary view over the town of Geneva and the lake, the Alpine chain, the Jura mountains and the majestic Montblanc. A cable car takes you up to 1’100 meters from Veyrier/Carouge.

Mont Pèlerin – views over the lake

Passing through vineyards, orchards and forests, the funicular railway is the most comfortable means of reaching Mont-Pèlerin for an excursion. Vevey is situated on the railway route from Geneva/Lausanne into the Valais. The valley station of the Pèlerin funicular can be reached in 15 minutes on foot from Vevey train station.

Views from 700 meters above Lake Geneva following a funicular rail ride from Vevey via the Chardonne vineyards, then on foot and with the lift up the television tower.