Deer, lynxes, wild horses and recently even wolves cavort in the spacious enclosures of the Bruderhaus Wildlife Park. In addition the park attracts visitors with its...
Roam through the woods of the Puschlav, observe belling stags, watch deer as they graze. Follow the tracks of chamoix, enjoy the warm rays of sunshine on your skin and...
Marmot and ibex excursion to the Languard Valley.
Ever seen a roe-deer, deer or an ibex "live"? You'll have the opportunity to do so in the Surses. Those who prefer not to go looking on their own, can join one of the...
Early morning walk to observe the game and discover the Alpine flora. Our local guide will take you to game grazing grounds as well as a feeding place for stags and deer.
Leaving the Parkhütte Varusch mountain lodge (S-chanf), visitors walk alongside the brook into the national park, to the Purcher Alpine meadow and then on to the Val...
On the Schamserberg, an innovation and information centre devoted to nature and culture, language, research, hunting and regional development is in the process of...
Visitors can observe American bison, wolves and bears in a natural environment from a 400 metre-long observation path in the same park.
Ibex, chamois, lynx, wildcat, deer and wild boar are among the native Swiss animals at the Peter and Paul wildlife park on the scenic St. Gallen-Rotmonten hilltop.
Hikers on the 11-kilometer nature trail between Niederbauen and Stockhütte know what to look for: Markers along the trail impart essential information on the local...
Numerous marmots live in the area of Spielboden. Some of them remain hidden in subterranean caves. Others come to the surface.
This freely accessible, near-natural pond arrangement has been constructed near to the Sihlwald Nature Centre. It's always a delight to young and old when one of the...
The bear pit, Bern's emblem, has been transformed into a large bear park. Opened on 25 October 2009, the new bear park boasts an environment in which the bears can...
A huntsman points out the best places to closely observe the ibex colonies, which live in their wild state on the Niederhorn.