Marbachegg – unexpected views

The Schrattenfluh to the north, in canton Lucerne, although seemingly a part of the Emment Valley. And Marbachegg – part of the UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch.

Marbachegg – unexpected views
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Parsenn – for diverse activities

Whether a visitor may be a skier, a literature fan, a mountaineer or a scientist, the Parsenn Mountain Train, opened in 1931, will be of great help to explore the wonderful Weissfluh-Joch.

The Parsennbahn railway ascends the Weissfluhjoch in two sections in pretty much the same way as an express train. And it’s no time at all until the Davos landscapes lie at your feet and views extend from Piz Kesch to Bernina and 60-ks south.

Parsenn – for diverse activities
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Engstligenalp – and the Wildstrubel

The Engstligen Alp at Adelboden is a plateau with an abundance of water and a long Alpine tradition, at the foot of the striking Wildstrubel. The streams that arise here all flow to one point and fall thunderously as the Engstligen Falls 600 meters into the valley, across a rock face.

Those who look towards Wildstrubel from Adelboden know little of the peaceful Alp that lies almost hidden at half-height in the valley basin. The entrance leads past the 600 meter-high Engstligenfälle.

Engstligenalp – and the Wildstrubel
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Zugerberg

In just eight minutes, the new, wheelchair-accessible funicular glides from Schönegg up to Zug’s local mountain, leading you to spectacular views over the city and lake.

In just eight minutes, the new, wheelchair-accessible funicular glides from Schönegg up to Zug’s local mountain.

Zugerberg
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