The Swiss National Park is the Alps’ oldest national park. It was founded in 1914 is located in the canton of Graubünden in eastern Switzerland. It’s the ultimate place to be at one with nature and one of the best places to visit in Swizterland. With over 80 kilometres of hiking trails, it’s one of the best places to go hiking in Swizterland. In this park you may also be lucky enough to see ibexes, chamois, marmots, golden eagles and bearded vultures.
Conservation of the park has been extremely successful, partly because it is forbidden to leave the trails, a rule that you must remember.
Hiking in the Swiss Alps is one of the best things to do in Switzerland and a completely unforgettable experience. Switzerland is packed with beautiful trails, stunning mountain peaks and quieter valleys to explore, especially in Grindelwald. It is easy to navigate because there are clearly signposted pathways, lifts and buses, as well as apps such as ‘SwitzerlandMobility’ that help you navigate your hiking route.
If you’re looking for a must-do in Switzerland, hike the Eiger Trail. This 6km UNESCO World Heritage listed hiking trail is nestled at the base of the incredible Swiss Alps and it boasts incredible views of the Grindelwald valley and the Jungfraujoch mountain, known as “the Top of Europe”. If you want a challenging hike in Switzerland, try the Hardergrat Trail in Interlaken. One for your Switzerland bucket list!
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