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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Via Alpina, 3/20

    The eight-hour hike from Weisstannen in St. Gallen to Elm, in the canton of Glarus, offers you magnificent views of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and Tectonic Arena of Sardona.
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  • Alpine Passes Trail, 9/34

    The Val Corno stretching up from Capanna Corno-Gries to the Passo del Corno, is impressive both scenically and geologically, with garnet inclusions in slate on the Gries Pass and the picturesque Griessee lake on the edge of a glacier world. From here, it is a long descent to Goms.
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  • Alpine Panorama Trail, 5/30

    Splendid hike to Lutertannen and over the Risipass vantage point to Stein in Toggenburg. Meadows and Alpine pastures, near-to-nature low-moor marshes and coniferous forests alternate in colourful sequence.
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  • Pragelpass-Weg

    The Pragelpass lives from its eventful history, but also from its beauty between the two different worlds of the cantons Schwyz and Glarus. A tranquil hike with the Schwammhöchi as an atmospheric finale.
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  • ViaSbrinz, 5/5

    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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  • ViaGottardo, 11/20

    From the pass with its old refuge, the Hospiz, and Totenkappelle (Cemetery Chapel), the section leads to the world-famous Tremolastrasse, which climbs an impressive 340 metres around 24 bends. Once you reach Airolo, the obere Leventina valley awaits with further discoveries.
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  • ViaStockalper, 1/3

    A spectacular climb high above the Saltinaschlucht (gorge) and through the lonely Taverntal valley to the Simplonpass. Impressive historic trail and buildings such as Stockalper Castle in Brig and the Hospiz (hospice) at the head of the pass.
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  • Alpine Passes Trail, 4/34

    The Plaun la Greina high plateau is a place of outstanding natural beauty, full of symbolism and with a broad plain that is criss-crossed by little streams. Its change of rock type and its continental microclimate also make it interesting.
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  • Passo del Sole: from Acquacalda to Lake Ritom

    With its 28 mountain lakes, Val Piora is considered to be one of the most beautiful regions of Ticino and famous for its wealth of fauna and flora. The tour from Acquacalda over the Passo del Sole to Lake Ritom is a chance to experience a natural paradise in all its diversity.
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  • Via Alpina, 6/20

    The trail goes up from the picturesque Urnerboden to the Klausen Pass, which is famous for its classic car races. Over different little alps and various villages, the trail passes through the Schächental valley and then onwards to Altdorf.
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  • Via Alpina

    The Via Alpina crosses 14 of the most beautiful Alpine passes. Straight through six Swiss cantons with a vast variety of culture, geology and topography. Wide roads end in high ridge trails. The route is lined with one of the world’s most diverse variety of flora and fauna.
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  • Lötschberg-Panoramaweg, 3/4

    The king’s stage: a glacier traverse and climb to the Lötschenpass. A route through a stunning landscape with spectacular close-up views of the Bietschhorn and Mischabel group. Descent to Lauchernalp through glacier-eroded terrain laced with lakes.
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  • Obwaldner Höhenweg, 3/5

    The popular hike from Schönbüel-Brünigpass stimulates all the senses and is not short of sensational views. Spectacular ring-side seat: the Gibel, with views down to Brienzersee and Thunersee. Ridge hike to Wilerhorn, rewarding summit ascent.
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  • Nidwaldner Höhenweg, 2/5

    Past four wonderful mountain lakes and over the Jochpass to the monastery village of Engelberg. The nearby imposing mountain world of the Hochstollen, Glogghuis and Titlis bids you welcome. The long descent to Engelberg can be shortened with the aerial cableway.
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  • ViaGottardo, 10/20

    From Andermatt the hike continues to Hospental, a typical mountain-pass village with refuge shelters, a customs post and guest houses. The route then leads along part of the cobbled post coach road dating from 1830 and the old pack-animal trail up to the pass to the Hospiz (hostel).
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  • Alpine Panorama Trail, 21/30

    From charming Schwarzsee to Breccaschlund and into the jagged limestone landscape of the Greyerzer Alps, over the relatively low Euschelspass, carved out by glaciers, to Jaun, the only German-speaking village in the Gruyère region.
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  • Alpine Panorama Trail

    The Alpine Panorama Trail from Bodensee to Lac Léman promises many views of Alpine peaks as well as of the Mittelland and Jura. The route leads through the traditional agricultural landscape of the Alpine foothills, still dominated by milk and cheese production.
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  • The Ecopower Trail

    Find out in a fun way where the power comes from that drives Rhaetian Railway as you cross through one of Switzerland’s most beautiful mountain landscapes.
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  • Trans Swiss Trail, 23/32

    The route follows paving of the old mule track to the pass of passes. Vast variety of colourful Alpine flora. The striking ventilation plant of the Gotthard road tunnel is like a music pavilion. At pass head, interesting museum on post-coach times.
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  • Sanetsch-Muveran-Weg, 2/3

    Impressive path through the glacier-eroded karst fields of Lapis de Tsanfleuron. Towering over the path, Les Diablerets and Teufelskegel (devil's basin); an exposed passage (Poteu des Etales), secured by steel ropes into the landslide area of Derborence.
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  • Charcoal Miners Trail

    This 4-hour hiking tour takes you around Mont Noble, through the Vallon de Réchy and up to the Ar du Tsan Plateau, which boasts an extraordinary wealth of fauna and flora.
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  • Sanetsch-Muveran-Weg

    From the Bernese Oberland into the Valais and on to Vaud. The Sanetsch-Muveran-Weg has stunning panoramic views and landscape elements in store: Les Diablerets, the Tsanfleuron karst field and the Derborence landslide area.
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  • Trans Swiss Trail

    The long-distance Trans Swiss Trail from Porrentruy to Mendrisio is one of the last great adventures in highly-developed Switzerland. A variety of landscapes, cultures and places of interest await along the 32 stages of the 488-km trail.
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  • A real Weissenstein classic

    This hike up the Weissenstein has it all: romantic old town, idyllic gorges, power spots, views and the satisfaction of conquering a summit. And for the perfect finish: the journey back down is easy on the knees by mountain railway. It is deservedly a classic.
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