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‘Historic Switzerland’ walk

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Walk

The excursion begins with a 10-minute bus ride from Brunnen to Morschach. The walk starts there and leads down a slight gradient back to the starting point of Brunnen. Along the way, you will enjoy spectacular views out over Lake Uri, the Rütli and the peaks of Central Switzerland. As you walk, our guide will use our region as an example to tell you lots of interesting things about the founding history of the Old Swiss Confederacy, the development of the various transport routes, and the magnificent Belle Epoque. There is also lots to learn about the role of the forest and the Oberallmeinkooperation Schwyz (OAK, a local forestry cooperative), which was founded 900 years ago.

A little exercise always does you good. To this end, we recommend a guided walk along a section of the Swiss Path, which was created around Lake Uri to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the Old Swiss Confederacy. During the walk from Morschach to Brunnen, you will learn about the Old Swiss Confederacy, the Belle Epoque and the role of the forest.

The Swiss Path

The Swiss Path around Lake Uri was opened to commemorate the 700th anniversary of the Old Swiss Confederacy. This idyllically situated path attracts thousands of visitors a year. One especially attractive section leads through the Ingenbohl Forest from Morschach to Brunnen.

Information

Price

CHF 190.00 flat rate for up to 15 people
CHF   10.00 for every additional person

Bus ride

Bus ride Brunnen – Morschach on request

Group size

max. 50 people

Duration

2 hours

Important information

It is a prerequisite that every participant is sturdy on their feet. Sturdy shoes with profiled soles and weather-appropriate clothing.
It is participants’ responsibility to take out accident insurance coverage.

 

Location and contact

Erlebnisregion Mythen
c/o Brunnen Schwyz Marketing AG
Bahnhofstrasse 15
6440 Brunnen
+41 (0)41 825 00 40
infobrunnen-schwyz.ch
www.erlebnisregion-mythen.ch