In just eight minutes, the new wheelchair-accessible funicular glides from Schönegg up to Zug’s local mountain, the Zugerberg.
Zug’s iconic local mountain is well worth a visit no matter what the season. The magnificent view from the mountain (925 m) extends to the foothills of the Alps.
Some 80 kilometres of marked hiking trails take you past protected high moorland and a diverse range of flora and fauna. And features such as the sculpture trail, the Schattwäldli adventure playground as well as the numerous BBQ sites are sure to interest all the family. You can also hire scooters at the mountain station.
In winter, there are four groomed winter hiking trails, a 27 km cross-country ski trail, a 2.5 km long tobogganing route and a children’s ski lift in this magical winter wonderland.
The Zugerberg Bahn railway will take you up the Zugerberg in a few minutes and operates every day. To get to the Schönegg base station, catch the bus on line 11 from the Zug train station.
By any means or by choice of public transport services: SBB Timetable, please click here.
Switzerland is a mountainous Central European country, home to numerous lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. Its cities contain landmarks like capital Bern’s Zytglogge clock tower and Lucerne’s wooden chapel bridge.
The country is also known for its ski resorts and hiking trails. Banking and finance are key industries, and Swiss watches and chocolate are world renowned.
Here’s the weather for the capitol city. Go to Dark Sky and input any other destination of your choice to get a detailed weather prognosis. There’s also a weather time machine, providing you backcasts for the experienced past and forecasts for the predicted future.Bern, Switzerland WEATHER
To blog or not to blog? That’s been the eternal question with no universal answer. I decided to blog a little and so, from time to time, you will find new posts in here.
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One Earth | Many Worlds. There’s an interactive map in My Destinations showing all the spots of which there’s a blog post in this site.