How would you like to experience something new and different? Whether you bike or hike, Switzerland offers an endless array of mountain activities for everyone. Are you up for it?
Our most experienced partners propose some of the best routes through Switzerland especially selected for you. Choose your sport, difficulty level and discover the Alps in a whole new way.
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St. Moritz-Nauders, Grison Alps
Days-long bicycle touring route starting in St. Moritz, a Swiss town known for its ski resort. Doable route for most people. A large majority of the paths are paved and well signposted. The route ends upon arriving in Nauders, next to the Austrian border.
Lake Biel, Jura Mountains
Circular route starting on the outskirts of Grenchen. The route takes you to Biel, after which you enter the Jura Mountains. The vast majority of the trails are well marked. The route ends at the same start point, that is, on the outskirts of Grenchen.
Interlaken, Bernese Alps
Circular route starting and ending in the iconic Swiss city between the Thun and Brienz lakes. The route runs along the Roteflue foothills, passing through Englischer Garten, the Aare river, the Hohbühl pavilion, the Zwei-Seen-Steg viewpoint and Wannichnubel. The last few kilometres of the route are alongside Lake Brienz.
San Gotardo Pass, Lepontine Alps
The most mythical part of the Swiss Alps with the world’s best-known mountain passes. From Andermat it climbs to Furkapass, Nufenenpass and San Gottardo. The last part is especially interesting, as it is a cobbled climb.
Monte Rosa Hütte, Pennine Alps
Slightly technical route that requires the use of crampons and ice axes. Pure mountaineering route along rocky cornices between the Gorner Gletscher and Grenz Gletscher glaciers. The route runs between shelters and offers stunning views of the Zermatt.
Rhine Falls, Lake Constance
Very relaxing bicycle touring route suitable for everyone, starting at Lake Constance. The route briefly enters Germany and runs along the Rhine river before reaching Neuhausen. The route ends a few metres away from the falls.