Üetliberg – Zurich’s home mountain

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Hardturm Richtung Bern

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Zürich Wipkingen

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Zürich

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Zürich Wipkingen 2

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Zürich, Panorama

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Zürich, Bellevue & Üetliberg

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Bellevue Zürich

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Dolder Sports

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Zürich Kreis 5 - Primetower

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Zürich - Gebäude des SF

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Hardbrücke

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Landesmuseum Zürich Erweiterungsbau

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Zürich, ETH Zentrum

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Zürich Altstadt, Hauptbahnhof, Limmat, Sihl

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Zürich Stadthaus

Livespotting - Zürich, Uetliberg

Livespotting - Zürich, Uetliberg

Views over Zurich city, the Glarner Alps, central Switzerland and parts of the Mittelland – at best from the climbable viewing tower.

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Zurich’s home mountain is reached today by train from the main station; and since1875 (although with some interruptions) a standard-line train has travelled with ease to the "Üezgi". And here the tradition-steeped Hotel and Restaurant Uto Kulm offers top views and treats.

No less scenic is also the highland hike through our solar system on the planet path to Felsenegg.

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Altitude: 869m
Accessibility:
Direct train connection from Zurich’s main train station
View: Zurich city, lake of Zurich, Glarner and central Switzerland Alps, Mittelland
Attractions: Viewing tower (free), planet path to Felsenegg
Culinary aspects: La Bellezza covered terrace, scenic restaurant with breakfast buffet and gourmet menu
14 rooms for up to 650 people for meals and festive gatherings
Overnight stays: 55 rooms, four-star comfort, sauna
Groups: 12 seminar rooms for up to 300 participants, all-inclusive seminars
Winter: Mountain rail, hotel, restaurant open in winter; Üetliberg–Triemli toboggan run with sufficient snow
Special comments: Steepest standard-line adhesion train in Europe with 70 percent climb.

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