Nordic Walking Trail Pizol
Nordic Walking – The trail is only 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) long but, lying on a high plateau, it boasts an incredible panorama. The athletically-inclined may want to walk up to Pizol; those who take things more easily will take the cable railway and chair lift to the top, at 2200 metres (7200 ft) above sea level.
Nordic Fitness Park Appenzellerland
Nordic Walking – 7 Nordic Fitness Centers, a total of 21 circular trails, 11 link trails, per centre 1 blue (easy), 1 red (medium) and 1 black trail. The shortest trail measures 2.7 km, the longest one 21.2 km. Differences in altitude: minimum 48 m, maximum 432 m.
Nordic Walking – The varied trail by the lake through woods and boasting a permanent view of the mountains and Lake Brienz is perfect for Nordic walking. The sporty route goes from Brienz via Hofstetten past the Ballenberg open-air museum, and then via Brienzwiler and Schwanden back to Brienz.
Nordic Walking Ägerital
Nordic Walking – The Ägerital in Canton Zug has four marked trails between 5 and 15 km long to delight walkers of all abilities. Here, between 730 m (at the lake) and 975 m above sea level, you can have everything from a leisurely stroll to a bracing walk into ruggedly romantic terrain. Plus there are attractive holiday packages and day-trips with SNO Qualitop instructors.