Hiking Trails in Swiss Alps1. Start Hiking at Hohenweg Hohbalmen
2. Walk from Riffelsee to Sunnegga
3. Hike at Lac de Louvie
4. The Faulhornweg
5. Explore Mürren Alps
Hiking through the Swiss Alpine mountains and meadows is a dream which every traveller cherishes. The ethereal mountain ranges, the lucid lakes and the rolling meadows in Switzerland hold some of the best hiking trails in the whole world. Depending on the expertise level of a hiker, they can choose a hiking path that is easy, moderate or difficult.
Interlaken, Grindelwald, Zermatt, Müren, Lucerne, Lauterbrunnen are some of the most popular hiking destinations in Switzerland. The iconic Haute Route or High route from the Chamonix valley in France to Zermatt in Swiss, is the longest hiking trail in the Alps that traverses through 180 kms and takes about 14 days on foot. The Swiss Alps is a favourite destination for hikers due to a couple of reasons.
It offers a variety of terrains in terms of levels of difficulty and the best mountain landscapes, convenient infrastructure such as lifts, cable cars, hotels, bridges are available along the routes. No wonder, every year, between mid-May to mid-October, the Swiss Alpine region receives thousands of hikers from worldwide.