Summer plans and sustainable excursions in Switzerland

Summer plans and sustainable excursions in Switzerland

Enjoy your summer in Switzerland

It doesn't always have to be exotic travel destinations to experience a wonderful summer. Many prefer to stay at home this summer. And why not.

There are many interesting excursion destinations in Switzerland, especially in summer: those who like it sporty can hike, climb and cycle. Of course, lakes and rivers are always a popular destination. At the moment, of course, you might have to be careful because of the floods.

Do you already know the Solarbob toboggan run in Langenbruck?

Solarbob Rodelbahn Langenbruck

Alone or in pairs you can be pulled uphill in the bobsleigh. The energy required to pull the bobs up is obtained from solar energy by means of photovoltaics. Once at the top, the exciting descent can begin. You can determine the speed yourself. You decide whether you want to whiz down or just roll down.

You want to know more about it? Click here to go to the website.

Auch ein gutes Ziel ist der Seilpark Zürich in Kloten

Seilpark Zürich in Kloten

The elements of the rope park range from fun to varied and challenging. The facility is located in the middle of a natural oasis framed by a beautiful forest. 185 platforms, 5 levels of difficulty and 1.5 km of cable cars await you.

You can find more information on their website

And because all good things come in threes, I have one more tip: Rail cycling in Sensetal in Laupen

Schienenvelofahren im Sensetal

The nostalgia expedition starts in Laupen near the train station and leads over the disused railway line to the turning point near the Gümmenen train station. There are two other highlights here, the barbecue on the railway embankment, prepared by professionals, and the archery, as it were, as a dessert.

Route: Laupen BE rail bike depot - Gümmenen turning area and back to Laupen (1 1/2 hours) Capacity: 10 rail bikes for a total of 40 people, each with 4 seats per rail bike Speed: approx. 12 km/h.

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