Parc Adula, a candidate for National Park certification, lies in the center of the Alpine arc. It is one of Switzerland’s largest contiguous landscapes untouched by significant human encroachment. The park’s eponym is the Adula Mountain, also known as Rheinwaldhorn, in the heart of the park.
Nestled between the rivers Aare and Rhine, are the rolling hills of the Aargau Jura. A multifaceted stepped landscape of valleys, Jurassic plateau and mountains is the largest vacation region between Basel and Zürich.
The river Doubs lends its name to Doubs Nature Park. Forty kilometers long, the river forms the border of the French Departement bearing the same name. To the south, the Freiberg Mountains with their typical forest and meadow landscape are part of the 380-square-meter Nature Park.