1076 Results found

1076 Results found
1076 Results found
  • Le Grand Tour des Vanils

    From the Grand Chalet de Rossinière to the Auberge de la Croix de Fer in Allières, this walk through forests and the alpine pastures that ultimately produce cheese offers a panoramic view over the surround-ing peaks: the Dent de Corjon, the Vanils and the Gummfluh.
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  • Weg der Schweiz

    The Swiss Path leads to historic sites pertaining to the Swiss Confederation. The path is divided into stages that are partially wheelchair-accessible, and can be reached by ship or by train. Overnight stays are possible at the end of some of the trails.
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  • Lake Toma - Source of the Rhine

    Lake Toma is regarded as the source of the Rhine, and this is the only place where the river that traverses four countries can be crossed with one step. The hike starts on the Oberalp Pass and crosses the valley southwards (with almost no variation in height); then it climbs 350m to the enchanted mountain lake.
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  • Erlebnisweg Glaspass

    The circular trail brings the history of the Heinzenberg landslides to life. With stunning views of Piz Beverin and the Safien valley, various stops along the way offer insight into a unique landscape that has been shaped by both nature and man.
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  • Wildheupfad

    Rambling through airy fir forests, walking over magic carpets of wild flowers and experiencing ancient haymaking and Alpine traditions at the same time? The wild-haymaking trail on the Rophaien near Flüelen overlooking the emerald green Lake Uri is an ideal hiking destination.
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  • ViaStockalper

    The mule track over the Simplon, developed over 300 years ago by Kaspar Stockalper, has long handed over its economic importance to new roads. However, a few years ago it was reborn as a cultural hiking trail.
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  • Moated castle experience: Bridge Hike

    The area in Brugg where the rivers Aare, Reuss and Limmat meet is known as the “moated castle” of Switzerland, a site of national significance. To discover this wetland conservation park, hikers can cross up to eight bridges built in three different centuries on the Bridge Hike, which takes approximately two hours to complete.
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  • Klettgau-Rhein-Weg

    From the Hallau wine region, the route leads through the extensive forests of the Randen hill chain, over the old high-level trail to Schaffhausen. On the way: superb views from towers on the Randen and from the elevated villages of Büttenhardt and Lohn.
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  • Terrasses de Lavaux

    From St. Saphorin in a diverse route going uphill and downhill through the vines to Lutry. Indeed, it is on the Lavaux Vineyard Terraces where bon vivants get into top gear.
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  • Aletsch Panoramaweg

    Three days under the spell of the Valais glacier landscape. Sensational scenic tour with many vantage points onto the two longest glaciers in the Alps. The grey-white of ice and rock contrasting with shades of green in the Aletschwald (forest) provides stunning scenic beauty.
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  • Via Panoramica Val Bregaglia

    A spectacularly scenic high-level trail through the Val Bregaglia. You follow old paths through light mixed forest, over solid granite slabs and always with views of mighty granite spikes touching the sky on the other side of the valley.
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  • Monte Generoso circular hike

    Monte Generoso spoils hikers with a 360° panorama. An additional highlight on the short circular hike are the 11 “nevère” – cylindrical stone constructions that were once used to chill foods.
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  • Gratweg Stoos

    The two Mythen peaks to the right; to the left, first the Riemenstalden valley, then Lake Uri – a succession of sweeping vistas! Chairlift ascent to the Klingenstock and scenic hike to Fronalpstock with panoramic ridge views as well as extensive views from the mountain house. Valley descent to Stoos again via chairlift.
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  • Sentiero Cristallina

    The Sentiero Cristallina links Bignasco in Valle Maggia with Airolo in Val Bedretto. Between them lie steep mountain slopes, a waterfall on a village outskirts, crystalline rock, Alpine lakes/reservoirs, idyllic alps and remote hamlets.
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  • Unterseener-Uferweg

    Starting in Interlaken, this varied path leads along the banks of the River Aare and the shore of Lake Thun through Unterseen. In addition to the waters, the ancient fortress ruins and nature reserve at Weissenau are also truly eye-catching.
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  • Lauberhorn Trail

    Follow the route of the legendary Lauberhorn downhill ski race in the opposite direction in summer. Discover just how high the Hundschopf jump is and how steep the pistes actually are. The views of the Eiger, Mönch & Jungfrau are absolutely unbeatable.
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  • Obwaldner Höhenweg

    This five-day tour leads from Mount Pilatus via the geographic centre of Switzerland to Storegg, always at lofty heights with fantastic views of countless Alpine peaks and dozens of mountain lakes.
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  • ViaJacobi, Stage 8/33

    Flüeli affords outstanding views. The varied route follows the shores of the Sarneree and Lungernsee lakes and from Lungern church along the Brünigweg which, as a pilgrimage pfennig (coin) shows, was once a pilgrims’ path.
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  • Valünaweg

    The Principality of Liechtenstein offers plenty of sightseeing attractions. One of the idyllic routes leads from the tiny, peaceful village of Steg to Valüna. The stretch is set in a wonderful natural world and offers unadulterated relaxation.
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  • Jura Crest Trail, Stage 5/16

    The reward for the steep climb to Höllchöpfli is the views along the high-level hike through forests and meadows. You pass unusual geological features and many mountain restaurants before reaching the Weissenstein – Solothurn’s balcony.
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  • Waldstätterweg

    The Waldstätterweg hiking trail starts in Brunnen and leads hikers in seven stages over seven days around the scenic Lake Lucerne to the Rütli.
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  • Walserweg, Stage 17/19

    Picturesque yet challenging hike from Langwies to Klosters via the Fondei Valley. Good level of fitness and sturdy hiking boots are essential. The reward is unspoiled cultural landscape and lush alp pastureland stretching far and wide.
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  • Eiger Trail

    No trail comes closer to the famous Eiger North Face – with the Eiger Trail you are guaranteed two hours of top notch thrills.
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  • Walserweg, Stage 5/19

    For centuries, the Safien inhabitants crossed the Glaspass with cattle and goods to the marketplace of Thusis. Walser folk settled in Inner and Usser Glas and Tschappina. The abandoned Walser settlement of Masügg, now alp pastureland, at the foot of the Piz Beverin.
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  • ViaSbrinz, Stage 4/4

    A demanding hike from Goms over the 2479-metre Griespass to Italy’s Val Formazza. A stage with varying Alpine landscapes, characterized by the history of the migrant Walser people and their relationship with their former homeland.
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  • Sentiero Lago di Lugano

    Those who have hiked these nine stages know the Sottoceneri through and through: from the pre-Alpine mountains to the Mediterranean shores, from mountain huts to grottos surrounded by vineyards, the Sottoceneri presents itself in all its diversity.
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  • Jakobsweg Graubünden, Stage 1/17

    Müstair with St. Johann UNESCO World Heritage Site is your starting point for the leg over Sta. Maria, Valchava through the larch woods bordering the National Park, to Fuldera and Tschierv. And from the highest Ofenpass village over an upwards trail to Lü.
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  • Trans Swiss Trail, Stage 7/32

    Owing to the lack of suitable trails, Lac de Neuchâtel is crossed by boat. Imposing Mont Vully is visible from afar. Short but steep climb. Wonderful panorama. Through the fertile shoreline forest of Le Chablais to the medieval town of Murten.
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  • Lugano Trekking 2/3, Stage 2/3

    The second stage of the trek is more strenuous: it takes seven hours for the 18 kilometres and 1400 metres of altitude difference. You will be rewarded with the remoteness of the most beautiful summit circuit in the Sottoceneri.
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  • Observation tower in Gempen

    The wooded hills around Liestal, the main town in the Basel region, are ideal for hiking and biking. There are a string of viewpoints along the main valley, and the whole area is covered with a dense network of pleasant trails and paths.
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  • Braunwald Panoramaweg

    The panoramic Braunwald path proposes a unique hiking experience by which you never lose sight of the mountains; although there’s a good chance you may be distracted by the beauty of Alpine flowers and the plant world.
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  • Jura Crest Trail

    The Jura Crest Trail links Zurich and Geneva in a sweeping arc. Running through two linguistic regions, the long trail boasts extensive views and the discovery of a varied landscape. A respite from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and mass tourism.
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