The Panorama walking trail is also an experience for families, as it can be walked with an all-terrain pram. The view of Lake Lucerne, the mythical Rütli meadow and the Central Swiss Alps is unique.
If you can't cover the ridge path from Klingenstock to Fronalpstock, you won't have to do without the special panoramic experience. The Panorama-Walk is a mini-variant, so to speak, that concentrates on the final bouquet of the ridge path. The steepest funicular in the world travels to the car-free holiday village of Stoos at 1300 metres. The chairlift then takes you up to the 1922-metre-high Fronalpstock. Once at the top, the view is overwhelming. Ten lakes and countless peaks of Central Switzerland lie at our feet. The comfortable walk, which is suitable for prams, is relatively flat and leads back to the summit restaurant. The little ones can have fun on the large playground or romp around with the dwarf goats. The picnic possibility at the playground and various resting places on the summit invite you to linger.
Frönelis Geissli playground & petting zoo on the Fronalpstock.
AuthorStoos-Muotatal Tourismus / Schwyzer Wanderwege
Updated: November 14, 2019
Rest StopGipfelrestaurant Fronalpstock
Tips, hints and links
Stoosbahnen AG: 041 818 08 08
Chair lifts Fronalpstock in the high season daily and in the low season on beautiful weekends in operation.
Getting thereBy car on the A4 to the Schwyz exit, then in the direction of Muotathal to the valley station of the large Schwyz-Stoos funicular or by car turn onto Morschacherstrasse (at Wolfsprung), then follow the signs to Morschach and continue to the valley station of the small Morschach-Stoos aerial cableway.
ParkingParking is available at the valley station of the Schwyz-Stoos funicular and the Morschach-Stoos aerial cableway.
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EquipmentHiking shoes or light trekking shoes.
For changing the range of view, push the arrows together.