Sensegraben and Grasburg

Sensegraben and Grasburg

An exciting hiking tour via the old Sense crossing near the ruin of Grasburg Castle, the largest castle ruin in the Canton of Bern. The tour also takes you to the wonderful vantage points in the Albligen Hills, west of the deeply cut Sensegraben. more

Sihltal - Sihlsprung - Sihlwald

Sihltal - Sihlsprung - Sihlwald

From the Sihlsprung up to the entrance to metropolitan Zürich, the valley is a mixture of urban and rustic landscapes. The origin of the Sihl River...more

"Tête-Noire" Gorge

A circular trail leads from Tête-Noire to the Gorges Mystérieuses, the...more

Sensegraben and Grasburg

An exciting hiking tour via the old Sense crossing near the ruin of Grasburg Castle, the largest castle ruin in the Canton of Bern. The tour also takes you to the wonderful vantage points in the Albligen Hills, west of the deeply cut Sensegraben.

An exciting hiking tour via the old Sense crossing near the ruin of Grasburg Castle, the largest castle ruin in the Canton of Bern. The tour also takes you to the wonderful vantage points in the Albligen Hills, west of the deeply cut Sensegraben.

Sihltal - Sihlsprung - Sihlwald

From the Sihlsprung up to the entrance to metropolitan Zürich, the valley is a mixture of urban and rustic landscapes. The origin of the Sihl River is to be found on the 2283-meter Drusberg. The Sihl flows through the Sihl Lake near Einsiedeln and meanders through the Sihl Valley (Sihltal) towards Zürich.

From the Sihlsprung up to the entrance to metropolitan Zürich, the valley is a mixture of urban and rustic landscapes. The origin of the Sihl River is to be found on the 2283-meter Drusberg. The Sihl flows through the Sihl Lake near Einsiedeln and meanders through the Sihl Valley (Sihltal) towards Zürich.

"Tête-Noire" Gorge

A circular trail leads from Tête-Noire to the Gorges Mystérieuses, the mysterious gorges.

A circular trail leads from Tête-Noire to the Gorges Mystérieuses, the mysterious gorges.

Glaubenberg moorlands

This is Switzerland's largest moor landscape. At 130 square kilometers, the area is a bit larger than Lake Lucerne.