At the start of the Path on the Rütli: lovely barbecue spots with wood.
In Oberdorf, 20 minutes from the Seelisberg funicular station, nice barbecue spot with play area.
Approx. 20 minutes further on in the pine forest: another spot with large table.
Approximately halfway between Bauen and Isleten there’s a small picnic spot in a tunnel overlooking the lake.
The Tellsplatte boat landing stage has had to be closed and is inaccessible for the SGV cruise boats. The structural condition of the landing stage is so poor that passenger safety could no longer be guaranteed. Operations will resume here no earlier than the 2021 season. A diversion is currently being tested out for the ‘Swiss Path’, which incorporates the Tellsplatte boat landing stage. The aim is to keep the trail open.
The Tellsplatte can still be reached by car or on foot as before. The Tell Chapel can be reached via the walking trail. At the Tellsplatte boat landing stage, the walking trail is being bridged with a temporary pedestrian footbridge.
Additional information is available from the boat operator Schifffahrtgesellschaft des Vierwaldstättersees (SGV) Ltd by calling: +41 41 367 67 67
There are no official barbecue spots on this section, but there are places where you can rest for a moment and enjoy the views of the lake.
The 40-minute stretch between the Tell Chapel and Sisikon features a barbecue spot every 10 minutes or so.
The highest point of this walk boasts a barbecue spot complete with large table, running water and gorgeous views.
Morschach has a barbecue spot near the play area.
There’s another spot with a small play area and a fountain in the middle of the cool forest just before Brunnen.
This resting place is in Tannen, almost exactly halfway between Sisikon and Morschach.