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97 Results found
97 Results found
  • Marbachegg – unexpected views

    Located on the north side of the Schrattenfluh limestone mountains in the canton of Lucerne, Marbachegg is almost part of the Emmental valley: one of the best Emmental cheeses is made here.  Marbachegg is part of the UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch.
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  • Niederhorn – Unique panoramic views

    Perfect postcard views from the boat – and a stop-off on the Beatenberg sun terrace above Lake Thun. The Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau also present themselves on the way to the Gemmenalphorn, and you catch a glimpse of ibex as well.
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  • Sareis – Liechtenstein's mountain

    The Sareis mountain ridge lies 400 meters above the village, with a chairlift taking you there to where a mountain restaurant and scenic hikes into Liechtenstein country attract outdoor lovers; including the Fürstin-Gina trail.
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  • Dent d’Hérens (4,171m a.s.l.)

    The Dent d'Hérens offers one of the most spectacular climbs of a four-thousander. The mountain overlooked by the Matterhorn is part of the Grenzkamm ridge on the Swiss–Italian border.
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  • Rimpfischhorn (4,199m a.s.l.)

    From every angle, the Rimpfischhorn presents a different side of itself: some parts glaciered, others steep and rocky. The peak is easily recognisable thanks to its distinctive shape.
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  • Dent de Nendaz – Tracouet

    The Rhone Valley at your feet, 2000 meters below, and impressive views from up here as you gaze down upon the seemingly miniature railway and cars journeying on the motorway. A genuine vantage point at the heart of Valais!
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  • Les Pléiades

    From Vevey a cog railway runs via Blonay to the vantage point with open-air exhibition of our solar system and the universe. And in spring the surrounding fields are chockablock full of daffodils.
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  • Mönch (4,107m a.s.l.)

    As part of the three famous peaks, the Mönch is extremely popular, and not just with mountaineers. But the mountain is very challenging and should not be underestimated, no matter how many visitors it has.
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  • Dirruhorn (4,035m a.s.l.)

    The Dürrenhorn lies at one end of the Nadelgrat ridge, and is somewhat hidden away and less popular as a result. The climb is a treacherous one, partly because of an increased risk of rockfall.
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  • Pizol

    Pizol Alp looms at a height of 2,844 meters at the entrance of the St. Gallen Rhine Valley, between Bad Ragaz and Wangs. The hiking and skiing region near the peak, with its variety of offerings, boasts a fantastic and sweeping view across Lake Constance.
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  • Grand Muveran

    At Grand Muveran, visitors may chance upon wildlife. Chamois and ibex in particular love this secluded area, which delights all visitors who love scenic wilderness and mountains.
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  • Le Mont-Pèlerin

    Views from 700 meters above Lake Geneva following a funicular rail ride from Vevey via the Chardonne vineyards, then on foot and with the lift up the television tower.
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  • Zumsteinspitze (4,563m a.s.l.)

    This four-thousander gets its name from Joseph Zumstein, who was the first person to climb it. The Zumsteinspitze lies in the middle of the Monte Rosa massif, between Dufourspitze and Signalkuppe.
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  • Hobärghorn (4,219m a.s.l)

    The Hobärghorn is part of the Nadelgrat (needle ridge), a popular crossing route and one of the most beautiful in the Alps. Mostly, mount climbers set off from the Dom Hut.
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  • Piz Bernina (4,049m a.s.l.)

    This is the highest peak in the canton of Graubünden. Piz Bernina stands out due to its almost freestanding nature and as a result also offers unique far-reaching views from its summit.
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  • Weissenstein

    Solothurn's local mountain in the first and highest Jura chain is a real hikers' paradise with impressive views into the far distance.
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  • Pass Lunghin

    On the Lunghin Pass, there is a quite remarkable feature to be seen: Europe’s only three-way water divide is situated at precisely the pass height.
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  • Chasseral

    The Chasseral peak rises to a height of 1,606 metres and offers breathtaking 360° panoramic views. It is also a dream destination for nature lovers and thrill seekers.
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  • Eggishorn viewpoint: look out over the Great Aletsch Glacier

    The Jungfrau-Aletsch UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Swiss Alps seems close enough to touch, as 20 kilometres of the Aletsch Glacier stretch out right in front of your eyes. This is a viewpoint where you will want to take your time and marvel at the sights before you.
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  • Muottas Muragl

    The entire Upper Engadine region lies at your feet when you are perched on the hiking mountain high above the Inn River Valley. The breathtaking views of the four lakes and the world-famous resort town of St. Moritz extend far beyond the mountain ranges into the distant horizon.
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  • Lenzspitze

    The Lenzspitze, also referred to as “Südlenz”, is characterised by an extremely steep ice wall. It is part of the Mischabel group in the Valais Alps.
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  • Zugerberg

    In just eight minutes, the new, wheelchair-accessible funicular glides from Schönegg up to Zug’s local mountain.
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  • Alphubel (4,206m a.s.l.)

    The summit ridge of the Alphubel looks more like a hill than a mountain peak. The ascent of this four-thousand-metre peak in the Allalin group is challenging and requires an excellent level of fitness.
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