Sanetsch – between Bern and Valais

Those arriving from the Rhone Valley come by car or take the Postbus up to the top of the pass - and on to the Sanetschsee lake - and from Gsteig you can get to the lake by public transport with the power station’s gondola railway.

Lido – Public Bathing Beach

Lucerne’s Lido extends over 300 meters along the shore of Lake Lucerne.

Lucerne’s Lido extends over 300 meters along the shore of Lake Lucerne.

Through the tropical-alpine Brenno Gorge

The Blenio Valley is where the "Sentiero Basso" is, a hiking path following the valley from Biasca to Olivone. It passes through Aquarosse, and touches some nearly virginal parts of the Ticino. Every once in a while one will find a hidden treasure, such as the Romanic belfries, the baroque churches and the medieval castle ruins.

The Blenio Valley is typical of the northern Ticino: densely forested cliffs towering over a sun-flecked ravine-like valley.

Hike Along the Suonen in the Baltschieder Valley

Small irrigation channels are alimented by glacier water. They have been in place since the 14th Century. Today there are well-groomed hiking trails which follow them.

Four narrow valleys run from the Bietschhorn (3934 m.a.sl.) in the Northern Valais Alps towards the Rhone Valley: the Joli Valley, the Gredetsch Valley, the Bietsch Valley and the Baltschieder Valley.