Hiking: Through a Swiss Park

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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Thurgauer Panoramaweg, 1/2

    Worth seeing: Hagenwil moated castle with knight’s hall, granary, courtyard tavern, Biedermeier parlour and own wine. After crossing the River Sitter with the last ferry left in Canton Thurgau, the route leads along a root-covered path through a marshland nature reserve.
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  • Chemin du Gruyère

    Hike along Lake Montsalvens and through the Jaunbach gorge. Walkers cross the Saane plain and follow mystic pathways to Greyerz (Gruyères) Castle, recognisable from afar. Temptations abound, with heavenly chocolate at Maison Cailler in Broc and legendary cheese in Gruyères (Pringy).
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  • Tour des Alpes Vaudoises, 4/8

    The route wends its way alongside the river Saane before climbing to the L'Etivaz plateau, famous for its cheese L'Etivaz AOP. The rocky nature reserve of La Pierreuse in the Gruyère Pays-d'Enhaut Regional Nature Park affords a rich variety of impressions.
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  • Unique moor landscape at Etang de la Gruère

    The highlight of this hike is the nature reserve of Etang de la Gruère, where a path takes you around Switzerland’s largest moor lake, and the acidic boggy soil provides the ideal conditions for unique flora and fauna to thrive.
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  • Obwaldner Höhenweg, 1/5

    Up to Pilatus with the world's steepest cogwheel railway. Sensational panorama of countless Alpine summits; historic hotel. Lovely moorland landscapes on the way through the Schlierental and across the Schlierengrat in the region of the Entlebuch biosphere reserve.
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  • La Pierreuse Circular Hike

    Lying in the shadows of the Gummfluh, this once green and fertile Alpine meadow is nestled amidst the limestone mountains of the Pays d’Enhaut. Spectacular in its own way, this circular hike traverses the largest nature reserve in French-speaking Switzerland.
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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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  • Alp Flix Circular Hike

    Those doing the circular hike to the treasure island of Alp Flix and idyllic moorland lakes, crystal-clear streams and glorious seas of flowers will find themselves bowled over by the alp’s unique charm.
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  • Au fil du Doubs

    This hike does full justice to its name. The trail leads from Les Brenets near La Chaux-de-Fonds to St. Ursanne, almost always alongside the River Doubs and crossing the Doubs Regional National Park from west to east.
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  • Schwägalp Moorland Theme Trail

    The five theme trails in the nature adventure park on the Schwägalp teach walkers about "Moors", "People & the Environment", "Alpine Farming", "Forests" and the "Geological Stone Park". The theme trails are short and can be combined as desired. The Moors route is the lowest, at Schwägalp Passhöhe.
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  • Zürichsee-Rundweg, 7/10

    The lakeside path leads along some of the loveliest Ostschweiz shoreline – and plenty of waterfowl can be observed at the Wurmsbach and Busskirch nature reserves. Several public bathing and sport areas are also discovered underway.
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  • Monte San Giorgio: a sea of memories

    Even though Monte San Giorgio was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, the mountain itself and the area around it remain unchanged. Fossils up to 240 million years old – often in perfect condition – are concealed in this mountain. Some of the most important finds can be admired in the Fossil Museum in Meride.
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  • Chemin de la Pierreuse

    On stony paths through the land of the cheese barons - the hike from La Videmanette with its panoramic views high above Rougemont down to Château d'Œx runs along the border of La Pierreuse Nature Reserve.
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  • Au fil du Doubs, 3/4

    Fishermen are often met along the path. The Doubs has a unique fish population including the authentic Doubs trout with black stripes, barbel, grayling, pike and of course the elusive apron, also known as Roi du Doubs.
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  • Emmenuferweg, 2/3

    The natural river landscape between Entlebuch and Wolhusen is an insiders' tip among nature lovers. This part of the trail leads through a wetland reserve and back again to the riverbank, where the current of the «Emme» is especially swift.
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  • Via Capricorn

    Starting point and destination of this 48km hiking loop is Wergenstein. For three days one is not only close to pristine flora, but also to a rich fauna: the Safien-Rheinwald region between Piz Beverin and Alp Alperschäli is populated by a large ibex colony with 380 animals. If you are lucky, you can observe male and female ibex and their young.
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  • Berner Voralpenweg, 2/4

    17th and 18th century carpentry skills in Zweisimmen, then uphill to the Seebergsee in the Spillgerten nature reserve. The uneven landscape with ancient Swiss stone pines is a place of power, inviting you to stop for a while and observe life.
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  • Waldstätterweg, 2/7

    Via ladders on the Riviera - past orchards to Oberwilen and via the narrow molasse folds with ladders that at one time afforded the only overland link to Weggis. Through the Chestenenweid nature reserve via Weggis, Hertenstein and the Haldihof fruit farm to Küssnacht.
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  • Nationalpark-Panoramaweg

    The Nationalpark- Panoramaweg lets you venture through a variety of fascinating landscapes, while at the same time providing an insight into three differing cultural regions. Actually a hike through an international park.
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  • Butterfly Trail through the Panorama World of Lungern

    On warm summer days, when the sun's rays shine through the roof of leaves in a forest glade, you can observe a woodland board game in the deciduous forest zone. The edges of forests are particularly attractive for butterflies, and more than 115 species have been observed along this didactic butterfly trail. Throughout the tour hikers will find detailed descriptions of the individual butterflies on special markers.
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  • Fürstin-Gina-Weg

    In 1989 the government of the Principality of Liechtenstein declared the entire Alp region of their country, except for the grazing areas, an integral plant conservation area. From Malbun along the Fürstin Gina Path one can experience how diverse and exotic the alpine flora is. And not only that, but the most beautiful views await you from places such as the peak of the Augstenberg (2222m).
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  • Thurgauer Panoramaweg

    The Thurgauer Panoramaweg leads past orchards and nature reserves, visits a moated castle, passes through classic farming villages and well-preserved old towns as well as over the highest mountain in Thurgau, with views of the Bodensee and Alps.
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  • Unique Aletsch Forest

    This panorama hike through a varied landscape takes you on beautiful hiking trails from Kühboden to the Aletsch Forest. The views of the glacier and surrounding mountains are simply magnificent.
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