Hiking

Hiking

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The Swiss National Park is a mountainous area and lies at an altitude of between 1,400 and 3,200 metres (4,600ft–10,500ft) above sea level. The 80 kilometres (50 miles) of hiking paths and 21 different routes offer something for all tastes and abilities, making it a veritable paradise for hiking enthusiasts. Some hikes cover considerable differences in altitude and lead above the tree line. To be able to fully appreciate the Nature in all its diversity, it is essential that visitors familiarise themselves with the Park’s protection regulations before setting out.

A guided walk through the National Park is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience. Accompanied by our expert guides, you will discover a fascinating new world and make many exciting encounters with Nature.

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