Birds & Wildlife
  • Planning

    My Switzerland is a great starting point for planning your explorations

  • Matterhorn

    The Matterhorn above Zermatt is Switzerland's most recognizable landmark. Zermatt is car free - either go by train all the way or drop the car at the shuttle terminal in Täsch (2'100 covered parking spaces)

  • Great Aletsch Glacier

    At the heart of an UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Great Aletsch Glacier is the largest in the Alps with a total length of 20 Km. Global warming takes its toll by shrinking it some 50 meters each year

  • Rhine Falls

    At an average flow of 600'000 liters/second in the summer months, the Rhine Fall is among the top 3 waterfalls in Europe. Access from the north is in Neuhausen/SH, access from the south is at the Laufen Castle in Dachsen/ZH

  • Ibex

    Every year between end of April and early June, Ibexes come down to the edge of the village of Pontresina to feed and can be watched from close-up