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  • 1 Mont Fort Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - 1936 Verbier

    A ski and snowboarding resort, even in the summer, Mont Fort (alt. 3,329 m) has lovely views of the horizon with the Berne Alps (Eiger), Italian Alps, Mont Fort and Grand Combin and the French Alps, including Mont Blanc.

  • 2 Walk to the Moiry Cabin Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - 3961 Grimentz

    This walk along the Moiry glacier to the left, follows a moraine and ends at the cabin after a steep climb. From the Cabane de Moiry (2,825 m), there is a magnificent view of the Pigne de la Lé, the Bouquetins, the Grand Cornier, the Dent des Rosses ..

  • 3 Petit Mountet Walk Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - 3961 Zinal

    This walk that follows a path on the mountainside provides a series of fantastic views. After around 2hr, you reach the Petit Mountet refuge (2 142m), a vantage point from which you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the Dent Blanche, Pointe d..

  • 4 Eggishorn Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - 3984 Fiesch

    Accessible by cable car, the upper resort (alt. 2,869 m) has a splendid panoramic view over the Aletsch and Fiesh glaciers near a waterfall as well as over the high surrounding mountain ranges. You can climb across one of the three cones of rocks nea..

  • 5 Oskar Reinhart am Römerholz Collection Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    r. Haldenstr. 95 CH - 8400 Winterthur

    This collector left his house to the town when he died in 1965. Located in the heights of Winterthur, in sprawling grounds dotted with sculptures by Renoir and Bourdelle, the museum houses a fine collection of five centuries of painting: Cranach the ..

  • 6 Swiss National Park Visitor Centre Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Schloss Planta-Wildenberg CH - 7530 Zernez

    Popping into the visitor centre is a good start to an excursion in the park, which boasts 80km of footpaths (information on regulations, trails and transports). Inside the great monolithic building, the exhibition presents the park in a modern way: a..

  • 7 Areuse Gorge Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Noiraigue

    Head off from Noiraigue station. After the hydro plant, the path follows the course of the Areuse. Harnessed by hydroelectric engineers, the river runs along the bottom of a wooded V-shaped gorge below craggy limestone cliffs. Halfway along, a viewpo..

  • 8 Trient Gorge Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Vernayaz

    This river fed by the Trient glacier flows through a rocky fissure some 200m deep, at the bottom of which a path has been laid out. Since 1994, a new bride as crossed the gorge. Nearby the old Gueuroz bridge is now a listed monument. Built in 1934, i..

  • 9 Aare Gorge Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Meiringen

    The gorge carved by the River Aare through the Kirchet constriction between Meitringen and Innertkirchen is one of the great geological curiosities of the Bernese Oberland. It is possible to access the narrowest section of the gorge, where its almost..

  • 10 Rosenlaui Glacial Gorge Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Rosenlaui

    Fed by the Rosenlaui glacier, the River Weissenbach has carved an impressive glacial gorge some 70m deep. The erosion has created some surprising features: note the formations resembling an elephant's head, a cathedral dome, even General de Gaulle's ..

  • 11 Tamina Gorge Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - 7310 Bad Ragaz

    A formidable geological feature, which in bygone days spa tourists would descend into on ropes to take its then untamed waters. In the Baroque style, the old Pfäfers baths may still be seen in the gorge. Closed since 1969, they now house an interesti..

  • 12 Lake Göscheneralp Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Göschenen

    A trip to to this man-made lake also allows visitors to see the Dammastock glaciers which feed it. The road heads up the narrow Göschenen Valley; at the top there are some impressive corniche sections along the edge of superb rockfaces. Leave vehicle..

  • 13 Mont Pèlerin Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Vevey

    Mont Pèlerin can be tackled on foot, by car or funicular railway, from the arrival station of which the broad view takes in Lake Leman and the Vaudoise Alps. At the summit, the Plein Ciel tower has a panoramic lift offering a peerless view over the P..

  • 14 Uetliberg and Felsenegg Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    8143 Uetliberg CH - Zürich

    At a height of 871m, Uetliberg is a popular outing destination for Zurich's residents. A steep path leads to a terrace near the Hotel Uto Kulm. 167 steps lead to the top of the viewing tower, from where the vast view encompasses Zurich, the Limmat Va..

  • 15 Joux Valley Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Le Brassus

    Lying between the Risoux and Tendre mountain ranges, this valley offers a wealth of sporting opportunities. Lake Joux, Jura's largest, is a skaters' paradise in winter. Until around 1910, its ice was cut into blocks and stored in underground ice-hous..

  • 16 The Vaudoise Alpes Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Aigle

    Snowy peaks, glaciers, green valleys, rockfaces, mountain lakes, meadows and pastureland dotted with decorated chalets... The Vaudoise Alps is a mix of landscapes which vie with each other in their beauty. The region draws tourists all year round. It..

  • 17 The Swiss Jura Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Biel

    With its fine towns and natural environment, the region has much to offer. It runs from the Joux Valley (north of Lake Leman) to Delémont. With La Chaux-de-Fonds and Neuchâtel, the area is a renowned horology centre, and Switzerland's finest Baroque ..

  • 18 The Valais Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Sion

    Bathed in a Mediterranean light, the Valais region has Switzerland's highest peaks and biggest glaciers, plus Europe's highest produced wine and mot prestigious ski resorts (Zermatt, Saas-Fee, Verbier). The canton's impressive industrial development ..

  • 19 Hérens Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Vex

    This lateral valley is readily accessible from the French-speaking Valais. In a fine high-mountain landscape dominated by the dent Blanche (4 357m), the region retains strong traditions: haymaking remains a family affair. In winter the valley offers ..

  • 20 The Schöllenen Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CH - Göschenen

    Between Göschenen et Andermatt, the Reuss Valley narrows dramatically, accentuating its shiny granite slopes. This is the legendary Schöllenen gorge, the main obstacle to opening up the St Gothard route until the 13C when an audacious trackway was cu..

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