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Spent my 30th birthday on a 2d hike there. Beside the route bauen-seedorf (which was not very nice) we had the time of our life. Recommend to get proper hiking shoes if you want to keep a good pace and stay injury free.
The Swiss Path is a great hiking trail 35 km long, broken into sections with varying degrees of difficulty and lengths. You can take a hike as short as 40 minutes or as long as you'd like. The Path is located at the end of...More
Did this full walk over two days and loved it. Well signposted, great views and a wonderful sense of achievement
The first couple of hours and last couple were fairly tough but other that that very manageable, would recommend.
My husband and I hiked the whole path in two days and it was just wonderful. The views from every part of it are excellent, and the paths are well marked with very accurate time predictions for how long each portion will take. We took...More
We did the Swiss path now several times. Not all of it at one go, but several times with several directions and sections. The area of the Vierwaldstättersee (Lake Lucerne) is one of the most attractive sceneries in Switzerland. We usuall went to our starting...More
Very nice 2-hour walk down from Seelisberg to Bauen. Came back by boat to the Rütli (Grütli) where Switzerland was founded in 1291. From Rütli to Seelisberg, it is a nice 1h30 steep uphill walk. There is a cable train from Seelisberg to Treib and...More