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  • Senda Lais da Macun

    This demanding tour to the Macun Lakes high plateau is an alpine hike through the only enclave (and most recent addition to) the Swiss National Park.
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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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  • Fascinating insights into the picturesque Simmental

    The imposing Gantrisch mountain chain stretches from the Gurnigel region to the mighty rocky dome of the Stockhorn. A panorama trail runs right along this chain, offering magnificent views into the Simmental, across the Bernese Alps and of Lake Thun.
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  • To the SAC Albert Heim Hütte

    Zurich geologist and glaciologist Albert Heim proposed the site for this mountain hut, which has been repeatedly extended. Although the building no longer lies above the ice flow, the views of the Galenstock and crystalline rock-climbing routes are still stunning.
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  • Jura Crest Trail, Stage 6/16

    From the roof of the canton of Solothurn, with views across the Jura arc to the Swiss Plateau and snow-capped Alps, and on through forests and typical Jura meadows. The first third is also a Planetenweg (planet path). Linguistic border at Montagne de Romont.
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  • Denti della Vecchia hiking tour

    Along the 4.5-hour walk from Cimadera via the Pairolo mountain hut to Alpe Bolla and Brè Paese, the mountain peaks – in Ticino, the Valais and Italy – constantly rearrange themselves.
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  • High alpine path from Rigi Kaltbad to Urmiberg

    Mt.Rigi offers a cornucopia of hikes but the hike from Rigi- Kaltbad to the Urmiberg is one of the prettiest and most popular ones. One can glean up to four lakes simultaneously, as well as a splendid alpine panorama. Along the way, cozy mountain inns offer snacks and meals.
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  • Vue des Alpes circular hike

    Visitors who manage to tear themselves away from the giant 700-metre toboggan run at Vue des Alpes can walk south-westwards across the partially wooded Jura ridge to the hotel on the saddle of the Tête de Ran.
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  • Box Seat Above Val Ferret

    The Val Ferret valley presents peace and tranquillity in authentic manner. And best views of the region are clearly enjoyed from the «Fenêtre de Ferret» on the pass crossing.
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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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  • 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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  • Jura Crest Trail, Stage 12/16

    The trail leads through the magnificent Vaud Jura, not far from the border between Switzerland and France, an area whose trees and stones could tell many a smuggler’s story. Old metal crafts and the railway are the main attractions in Vallorbe.
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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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  • 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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  • Fantastic World of Glaciers

    The hike from Murtèl to Pontresina crossing the Fuorcla Surlej is a classic in the Upper Engadine. The mountain panorama is simply breathtaking: in the beginning of the hike it is the glaciers of the Bernina Range that catch one's eye, then it is the icy pyramid Piz Roseg. Further down in the Roseg Valley one may well chance upon wild animals that still roam here.
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  • Highland hike from Rigi-Kaltbad to Urmiberg

    The highland tour from Kaltbad via the Scheidegg to Urmiberg can only be described as absolute top! Unique views, in part with up to four lakes viewed at the same time, and a mountain panorama extending from Säntis as far as the Bernese Alps. Cosy mountain catering spots add tasteful pleasures to healthy adventure along the way.
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  • Experience the Cabins high above the Chur Rhine Valley

    As with almost every large town Chur naturally has it’s own mountain. In comparison with the hill-like Uetliberg at Zürich, the people of Chur have a really big mountain in front of the town, the Calanda. A three day mountain hike leads from Haldenstein in the Rhine valley up to the Calanda cabin and over the Kunkel pass to the Ringelspitz cabin.
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  • Môtiers - Poëta Raisse - Chasseron - Ste-Croix

    This hike combines the legendary Val de Travers with the sun-drenched plateau of Ste-Croix. It offers one highlight after another, from the village of Môtiers and the bizarre gorge of Poëta Raisse through to the spectacular viewpoint on the Chasseron.
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  • Dent de Vaulion Circular Hike

    Alongside boasting a breathtaking panorama of Lac de Joux and Vallée de Jou, this hike affords unique views across the border to France, and over the Alps and Lake Geneva Region.
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  • Guscha Gratweg

    A diverse panorama hike, which starts at the summit station Flums-Kleinberg and goes through the unspoiled landscape of Alp Mädems. A ridge trail runs up to Guscha summit from where the path goes downhill back to the starting point.
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  • Hinterrugg – the highest of the seven Churfirsten peaks

    This mountain hike takes you to the summit of the Hinterrugg. On the way, you pass an unspoilt valley strewn with rare flowers – the Gluristal – and climb to the highest point at 2,306 metres. There, you are rewarded with a magnificent panoramic view from the highest of the Churfirsten peaks.
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  • Aletsch Glacier Trail

    Flanked by 32 4,000-metre peaks and only a few minutes from the Bettmerhorn upper station, a spectacular experience awaits you in the form of the Great Aletsch Glacier.
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  • Flüela Schwarzhorn

    The Schwarzhorn is 3146 meters above sea level, south of the Flüela Pass. This symmetrical pyramid between the Flüela Valley and the Dischma Valley consists of dark amphibolite, which is why the mountain is called Schwarzhorn (“Black Horn”).
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  • Four fantastic days in Alpstein

    Mighty rock formations, deep valleys, mystic mountain lakes, views without end. The Alpstein is one of the most impressive walking areas in Switzerland, but also one of the most demanding.
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  • Jura Crest Trail, Stage 13/16

    Typical of the Jura: first a river whose source is in a nearby grotto, followed by a hike over a mountain with stunning views and two lakes with no visible outlets. These are characteristic of the Vallée de Joux, home to many world-renowned luxury watches.
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  • Chäserrugg – and the Churfirsten

    From Chäserrugg, the mightiest of the seven peaks of the Churfirsten mountain range, you can enjoy unsurpassed views into six countries. Added to this, a 360-degree panorama unfolds along an easily accessible circular route of about three kilometres from which, on a clear day, you can see deep into the Black Forest.
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