The Swiss Path circumnavigates the southern part of Lake Lucerne. It’s immensely interesting whether you walk all of it or take public transport for some of it.
The following paths/sections are not accessible or only under difficult conditions. Please observe the recommended detours.
What makes the Rütli meadow so special? And what’s the significance of the 40-metre-or-so-tall rock that emerges from Lake Uri? Countless little marvels from the past lie hidden around Lake Lucerne.
Delightful locations, resting places and barbecue spots are dotted along the Swiss Path.
To enhance the walking experience for young people, documentation on the history of the trail and other information has been produced with primary and secondary schools in mind.