Hiking - Spring

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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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  • Across the historic wooden bridge

    The "Seedamm" on Lake Zurich links Rapperswil in St. Gallen canton with Pfäffikon in Schwyz canton. Back in the Middle Ages, pilgrims heading to Santiago de Compostela crossed the lake here on a rickety walkway with no handrails. The historic wooden bridge is the centrepiece of this level hike.
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  • Passerelle Farinet

    A great place to discover, bordering between vineyards and the edge of the woods, is the so-called Passerelle à Farinet: A passage leading over the gorge through which the Salentse flows.
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  • Sentiero in Cresta: Monte Lema – Monte Tamaro

    The views here are unrivalled: This ridge walk from Monte Lema to Monte Tamaro is a classic amongst the Swiss high-altitude hikes. The panoramic views are unbeatable, extending from the Leventina region over the surrounding valleys and up into the Valais Alps to the west and the Graubünden Alps to the east.
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  • From Cerentino to Bosco Gurin

    In less than two hours, you move between two worlds that are located geographically close to one another, but are completely different in terms of their histories and cultures.
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  • Around the lake

    The Lac de Joux lies at an altitude of 1,000m, and is popular with hikers (circular hike takes a full day) and mountain bikers for its wild beauty and superb shoreline trails.
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  • Around Sulz

    Pristine nature and wonderful flora and fauna make your hike around Sulz unforgettable. On the hike one reaches imposing vantage points that offer a magnificent view of the Jura foothills up to the Black Forest, the Vosges Mountains and the Alps.
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  • Trans Swiss Trail, Stage 6/32

    Val de Ruz is proving ideal hiking country. Striking, the numerous village fountains and massive church towers. Engollon has the only murals in Canton Neuchâtel which date back to before the Reformation. Descent to Neuchâtel, with superb views.
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  • Ridge hike around Welschenrohr

    Hidden behind the first Jura mountain chain near Solothurn/Oensingen is a unique hiking paradise. Once you have accomplished the ascent of one of the Jura peaks you can practically pull yourself from one ridge to the next.
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  • A dream hike on the Swiss border at Lac des Taillères

    At the very corner of Switzerland, you will find the high mountain valley of La Brévine. Almost every Swiss child knows this name. Here, temperatures dip to Siberian lows in winter. However, between spring and autumn the Jura meadows offer a rather milder climate.
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  • A stroll through Neuchâtel’s vineyards

    This hike is set against the stunning backdrop of the deep blue waters of Lake Neuchâtel and snow-capped Alps. From historic Boudry, the route runs along the mountainside to the neighbouring village of St. Aubin.
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  • Mettelimoos moorland path

    Entlebuch is Switzerland’s first and only biosphere reserve. The moorland path leads into the Mettelimoos, east of Finsterwald. You hike through upland moors, transitional moors and fens. This is a beautiful protected zone with views of Entlebuch.
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  • Hiking on Monte Comino

    On Monte Comino, the little oratory of Madonna della Segna is well worth a visit. The small church lies half an hour away from the upper station. From here, you continue through the forest to Pianascio.
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  • Vineyard walks around Aigle

    The wines from the Chablais region enjoy an outstanding reputation. From Aigle, this hike heads northwards into the Yvorne vineyards, continuing on hidden paths past Aigle Castle and Verchiez to the winegrowing village of Ollon.
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  • ViaJacobi, Stage 24/33

    With its cycle of paintings, the Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge) in Luzern campaigned for Catholicism and pious moral conduct. A shady riverside path along the Emmen takes you to Werthenstein Monastery, majestic on a cliff just outside the village.
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  • Hike to Lai da Vons

    A hike from Sufers to Zillis that features a special highlight – idyllic mountain lake Lai da Vons, which is nestled between the Rheinwald valley and Val Schons.
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  • Historic Murten and the Beaver Trail

    Highlights on this hiking tour include the historic town of Murten, the impressive view across Lake Murten to the Jura Mountains, the majestic Alps on the horizon as well as the popular Beaver Trail.
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  • Panorama from the Bachtel tower

    The hills and mountains around the upper Tösstal (Töss valley) are eminently suited for extended hiking and bike tours. Astoundingly beautiful upland routes with views across the Alps, the Zurich Oberland, Lake Zurich, the Greifensee and the Pfäffikersee are a characteristic of entire region.
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  • Tour du Lac de Joux

    Featuring three mountain lakes, Nordic landscapes, watchmaking and culinary specialties, Joux Valley has been an attractive region for all lovers of nature and authenticity for many years.
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  • Discover the Rapperswil Rose Gardens on foot

    This magnificent hike boasts splendid views of Lake Zurich and the Alps beyond. Despite leading you through a relatively densely populated area, the tour mostly follows quiet and tranquil paths and trails and past various spots just perfect for a picnic.
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  • Discover the secrets of Le Gruyère AOP

    The short tour from Moléson-Village to Pringy is a walk through the picture-postcard landscape where Le Gruyère AOP cheese originates. The theme trail offers hikers an insight into the secrets of cheese production though a series of information boards.
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