Multiday hikes

61 Results found

61 Results found
61 Results found
  • Swiss Tour Monte Rosa

    Powerful combination: the Balfrin high-level trail from Sass-Fee to Grächen and the Europaweg trail from Grächen to Zermatt form the «Swiss Tour Monte Rosa». Three-day panoramic hike with stunning views of the icy 4000-m mountains of Saastal and Mattertal.
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  • Schwyzer Höhenweg

    The Schwyzer Panoramaweg is characterized by three history-steeped mountains: the Rigi, Rossberg and Mythen. Spectacular scenery and views deep into the valleys of Switzerland’s founding canton as well as of the Zugersee and Vierwaldstättersee lakes.
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  • Toggenburger Höhenweg

    The Toggenburger Höhenweg presents hikers with one of the most beautiful but also one of the most challenging hiking routes in the St. Gallen countryside. Breathtaking and incomparable views constantly draw your gaze down into the lush green Thurtal valley.
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  • Senda Sursilvana

    The Senda Sursilvana affords an insight into a whole region, one which holds many natural and cultural treasures. A high-level hike with several detours to the banks of the young Rhine.
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  • ViaSurprise

    You will feel the power and beauty of nature when you explore the Solothurn and Basel Jura Mountains, and marvel again and again at the amazing sights along this 6-day round trip.
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  • ViaValtellina

    Wine from Veltlin has been imported to Graubunden and Voralberg for hundreds of years. One of the pack-mule routes led from Veltlin via Davos into Montafon. The historic route has been revived as the ViaValtellina, an attractive long-distance hiking route.
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  • Chemin des Bisses

    The skilfully laid «bisses» irrigation channels are evidence of Valais history and culture. Fabulous flora along the way, the babbling water so soothing. The «Chemin des Bisses», a hike for all senses, follows the holy waters.
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  • Tour des Alpes Vaudoises

    From vineyards through Alpine pastures to ancient mountain villages, alp dairies with tasty raw-milk cheese, lonely mountain lakes, sweeping views and deep gorges. The 8-day round tour combines the most beautiful highlights of the Canton Vaud Alps.
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  • Mittelbünden-Panoramaweg

    This tour offers an interesting cross section from Lenzerheide through the Schanfigg to Davos. Geology takes priority on the first section, whilst the second follows the footsteps of the Walser settlers. And in the middle, the tourist resort of Arosa beckons.
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  • Senda Segantini

    The Senda Segantini is a unique hiking route through the incomparable Engadin and Sursetter mountain landscape. It follows the footsteps of Italian painter Giovanni Segantini (1858 -1899), the great master of combining realism with symbolism.
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  • Sardona-Welterbe-Weg

    This tour affords a unique insight into the UNESCO World Heritage Swiss Tectonic Area Sardona. The little-known border area of cantons St. Gallen, Glarus and Graubunden is the best place in the world to observe the processes and evidence of mountain formation.
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  • Berner Voralpenweg

    The Berner Voralpenweg from green Saanenland to the blue Thunersee keeps the high mountains at a distance; an ideal family tour with scenic and historic highlights including the Seebergsee and the old castle walls at Wimmis and Spiez.
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  • ViaJura

    The ViaJura leads through the Birs and Schüss valleys from Basel via Delsberg to Biel. It runs over historically valuable sections, including the legend-steeped Glögglifelspass, the exposed Mont Raimeux and the Pierre Pertuis Roman rock arch.
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  • Rheintaler Höhenweg

    From Bodensee through orchards and vineyards through a varying cultural landscape with castles and alps. Views of the Rhine Valley and the mountain landscape are constant companions along the Rheintaler Höhenweg.
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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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  • 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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  • Senda Scuol–Samnaun

    An impressive route over sunny terraces with colourful dry grassland and superb views of the mountain world. On the way: a typical Engadine village, an old convalescent hotel, hanging bridges and mountain trails, passing lakes, waterfalls and glacier residue.
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  • Aargauer Weg

    The «Aargauer Weg» offers diversity: superb views over the foothills of the Jura and tranquil paths along the edges of river banks provide contrast with Habsburg castles, magnificent monasteries and mediaeval old towns.
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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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  • Walliser Sonnenweg

    Scenic high-level trail with panoramic views of the Valais Alps and views down into the Rhone Valley. Variety of attractions along the route: thermal spa in Leukerbad, viaducts on the Lötschberg-Südrampe, splashing water channels and the Museum of the Swiss Guard at Naters.
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  • Jakobsweg Graubünden

    Scenic pass and valley landscapes on the Jakobsweg route through multifaceted Graubünden. Historic cultural signs of the Santiago pilgrim’s path – and stunning scenery inviting one to reflect on own values and the beauty of nature.
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  • Dreiland-Wanderweg

    The route begins with a detour into the neighbouring country, making a wide arc around Basel. The hike is marked by impressions along the Rhine, variety in the Markgräfler vineyard region and constantly changing views of the city.
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  • Furka-Höhenweg

    A marvellous high-level trail, a scenic tour from Oberwald to Andermatt: Day 1: sensational panoramic views of the Rhone Glacier, Lauteraarhorn and Finsteraarhorn. Day 2: pleasant hike on the Urschner Höhenweg with much to discover en route.
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  • ViaSbrinz

    In the late Middle Ages, the «Sbrinz» hard cheese became a top Inner Switzerland export at the markets of Northern Italy. Not least because the mule track over the Grimsel and Gries Passes became a well- developed trade route.
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  • Chemin des Trois-Lacs

    «Water is life», a simple law of nature particularly valid for «Three Lake Country». The «Chemin des Trois-Lacs» trail leads along natural shorelines, through reed beds and into nature reserves which give information on sensitive topics.
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  • Freiburger Voralpenweg

    The Freiburger Vorlalpenweg leads in five one-day stages from the medieval town of Fribourg past picturesque Schwarzsee, into the Gruyère region, then along the Gastlosen chain to verdant Pays d’Enhaut and down to the balloonists’ Mecca of Château-d’Oex.
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  • Kulturspur Appenzellerland

    Explore the unique countryside between the Bodensee and the Säntis on the Appenzellerland Culture Trail, a hike across Appenzellerland. Fifty interesting and varied cultural objects wait to be discovered.
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  • Walserweg

    The Walserweg Graubünden follows the tracks of the Walsers in the high valleys of Graubunden in 23 one-day stages (total 300 km). The route leads along historic trails through breathtaking nature and intact cultivated landscapes. Hikers gain insights into the culture and history of the Walser folk.
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  • Panorama Rundweg Thunersee

    The Lake Thun panorama round trail is an exciting and enjoyable, several-day hike through the Bernese Oberland with majestic lake and mountain panoramas, passing historic sites and impressive caves.
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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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  • Liechtensteiner Panoramaweg

    Classic high-level trail with ridge hike and panoramic-experience summits, leads from Malbun via the Augstenberg to Liechtenstein's characteristic Drei Schwestern massif; wild, little touched, with views across the Rhine Valley and Voralberg to the Bodensee.
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  • ViaSpluga

    The ViaSpluga is a culturally historic hiking path which taps the history of the region around the Splügenpass. This direct route from southern Germany to Lombardy has linked the fortunes of the Rhaeto-Romanic, Walser and Lombardy people since the Middle Ages.
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