The Furggelenstock (1,656 m) is a mountain of the Swiss Prealps, located west of Oberiberg in the canton of Schwyz. It lies on the range surrounding Alpthal.
The Austrian City of Bregenz lies at the eastern end of Lake Constance (Bodensee) and the Pfänder is its "house mountain".
The village Attinghausen is located in the Urner river Reuss level along the Gotthard route.
The summit of Buochserhorn rises free at the end of the mountain chain on the eastern side of the Engelberg valley. This location allows a unique panoramic view of the mountains and far out into the midlands.
The Hagelstock is a mountain peak at 2182 m above sea level in the Swiss canton Uri. The summit is about a kilometer southwest of the Spilauersee below the Rossstock.
You best start by taking a ride with the cable car Kies-Mettmen up to the Mettmen Alp, the oldest wildlife sanctuary in Europe.
From the mountain station of the cable car Tierfehd - Kalktrittli, a marked trail leads via Chalchtrittli, Nüschen and Muttenwändli up to the Muttsee and its mountain hut Muttseehütte.
You might have already known it: Zürich is NOT the capital of Switzerland but it's the largest city in Switzerland and the capital of the canton of Zürich. Bern is the capital of Switzerland.
The starting point of this challenging hike is the village Elm. The steep 500 metre ascent to Tschinglenalp can then be either tackled on foot or comfortably overcome with the Tschinglen cable car.
In just 8 minutes, the wheelchair-accessible funicular glides from Schönegg up to Zug’s local mountain, the Zugerberg.