The Glacier 3000 beckons with yet another attraction: A suspension bridge connecting two mountain peaks. On the 107 meter-long and 80 centimeters wide bridge you will have amazing views of the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc Massif, Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. There is a regular post bus service from Gstaad to Col du Pillon. Incl. bus ticket Gstaad - Col du Pillon - Gstaad, up and down Col du Pillon - Scex Rouge «Glacier 3000» - Col du Pillon, Peak Walk, Ice Express chairlift, Fun Park & Glacier Walk.» When: according to timetable. Duration: half day.
From Zermatt, Europe's highest open-air rack railway leads up to the Gornergrat. The way up to the 3089 m high Gornergrat is beautifully varied and diverse. From the viewing platform you have an overwhelming 360° panoramic view of the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc and 28 snow-capped peaks rising above 4000 m. A new attraction is "Zooom the Matterhorn", a multimedia staging of the overwhelming natural beauty on the Gornergrat. The entrance to "Zooom" is included in the 2022 train ticket of the Gornergrat Bahn. » When: according to timetable. Duration: half day.
Drive up to the Jungfraujoch "Top of Europe" at 3454 m and enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view. The unobstructed view of the Central Plateau and the Aletsch Glacier lined with 4000 m peaks will thrill you. Once you arrive on the Jungfraujoch you have many things to visit such as the Ice Palace, the Sphinx Viewing Terrace and many more. Easily reachable from Interlaken Ost via Lauterbrunnen or Grindelwald. » When: according to timetable. Duration: half day.
At 3883 m you will find Europe’s highest aerial cableway and summit station. The summit lift will bring you to the viewing platform with a 360° panoramic view that includes 38 Alpine giants. A visit to the world’s highest glacier palace and a sliding down the slopes in inflatable rubber doughnuts will make the excursion an experience you will never forget. » When: according to timetable. Duration: half day.
Enjoy a boat trip on lake Lucerne and a stunning view of the surrounding mountains. In Alpnachstad you will board the steepest cogwheel railway in the world to reach the summit. Then take the aerial cableway and the panoramic gondolas back to Kriens where you board the bus to go back to Lucerne. » When: daily, from mid-May to mid-October from/to Lucerne. Duration: 4 hours.
In 2021, Europe's first mountain railway will be 150 years old! The Rigi "the queen of the mountains" is a majestic mountain and impresses with an impressive panoramic view of 13 lakes. The "royal round trip" starts from Lucerne by boat to Vitznau. The cogwheel railway takes you to the Rigi at 1738 metres. A short climb takes you to the summit of Rigi Kulm. Return by cogwheel railway to Rigi Kaltbad, by cable car to Weggis and back by boat to Lucerne.
» When: according to timetable. Duration: half day.
From Lucerne the train takes you to the mountain monastery village Engelberg where you board the Titlis Xpress to Stand. From there the world's first revolving cable car Titlis Rotair takes you up to Mount Titlis. Visit the glacier cave, ride the Ice Flyer chairlift or get your thrills on the Titlis Cliff Walk. » When: according to timetable. Duration: half day.