In this article you will find the 12 excursion tips of Switzerland Tourism
From the large selection of entries, the team of Switzerland Tourism has selected 12 suitable pictures, which match an exclusive excursion tip per month.
Adventure tip january: Gantrisch Royal Trail
The name doesn't come by chance: no other cross-country track shows the beauty of the Gantrisch area as impressively as the Königsloipe. The peaks and ridges of the Gantrisch chain are constant companions on the first half. Most of the way back is through the forest. (Photo: Sven Stettler)
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Mountain railways take hikers from Zermatt to Blauherd, where one of the most beautiful tours in the region starts. The classic takes you across Lake Stellisee, Lake Grindji and Lake Grünsee, over the moraine of the Findel Glacier to Riffelalp in less than three hours. Always before your eyes the most photographed mountain in the world, the Matterhorn. (Photo: Santiago Ojeda)
5 crystal-clear mountain lakes and grandiose views of the Eastern Swiss Alps characterise the mountain hike from the Pizolhütte to Gaffia. The 5-lake hike on the Pizol is rightly one of the classics among mountain hikes. (Photo: Dario Gulla)
Adventure tip august: St. Gotthard Pass - Nostalgia Tremola
Even the Romans avoided the enormous mass of the Gotthard. The rise of the pass did not begin until around 1200, when the Schöllenen gorge between Göschenen and Andermatt was opened up. Today, the Gotthard Pass is the most important north-south link - connoisseurs and those interested in the pass can drive over it. (Photo: Denis Buchmann)
Adventure tip september: The Vintage Festival in Neuchâtel
Vineyards on the slopes of Neuchâtel date back to the 10th century. The local inhabitants therefore have every reason to celebrate vine and wine with a colourful wine festival. From Friday to Sunday, day and night, is celebrated. (Photo: Precious Abaracia)