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Luftseilbahn Seebodenalp

Kuessnacht am Rigi, Switzerland
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About Luftseilbahn Seebodenalp
Die Seebodenalp liegt auf 1020 m.ü.M. hoch über Küssnacht am Rigi und ist mit dem herrlichen Blick auf den Vierwaldstättersee an 365 Tagen im Jahr ein Wanderparadies. Leichte bis mittlere Wanderungen und ein vielfältiges Restaurant- und Alpwirtschaftsangebot für jeden Geschmack sind garantiert. Beliebt ist ebenfalls der Aufstieg von der Seebodenalp auf die Rigi, welcher auf vielen verschiedenen Wanderwegen erlebt werden kann. Mehrere Grillplätze laden zum Verweilen ein. Bänke und Sitzgelegenheiten sind bei den Feuerstellen vorhanden und das Holz wird durch die Kooperation bereitgestellt – teilweise sind auch Grillroste installiert. Im Winter, bei genügend Schnee, ist der Skilift Seebodenalp und der Kinderschlepplift bei der Holderenhütte ein Geheimtipp. Für Gruppen, Firmen und Vereine haben wir viele Interessante Packages - von der Brauereibesichtigung bis zur Sonnenuntergangswanderung.
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Elias_B wrote a review Aug 2018
Switzerland42 contributions15 helpful votes
Hiking in Rigi is very popular and that's what makes it very touristic. Seebodenalp however is the way to feel nature far from crowds and with an amazing view on Luzern from top. If you have a car, it is much cheaper to get there since the only thing that you need to pay in the parking spot and not the expensive railways. Strongly recommended for nature lovers and adventure seekers!
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Josef W wrote a review Jun 2018
Bellingham, Washington1227 contributions512 helpful votes
While the masses go all the way up to the Rigi, in-the-know people come here to the Seebodenalp. It can be reached by a quite narrow but two-way road from Küssnacht. If you don't have a car, or if the thought of steep inclines coupled with narrow roads and infrequent passing places give you an anxiety attack, then there remains the choice of taking a comfortable, brand-new (due to go into service in July 2018) aerial cable car from Küssnacht to the Alp. As a final and least scary but most strenuous alternative, you can always walk up if you don't mind a climb of some 600 meters. Once up there, the plateau opens up, ideal for short walks or more serious hiking, providing spectacular views over Lake Lucerne, Mount Pilatus, the chain of the Alpine Mountains as well as the Central and North-Western part of Switzerland right to the German and French borders. There is also a restaurant right at the end of the aerial cable car and more further back on the plateau. We came up here once when the lake and the low-lands were covered in fog (Sea of Fog/Nebelmeer in German) but the alp was in sunshine: fantastic view over the clouds with the alpine chain, Mount Pilatus and a few other hills just peaking out of the fog. A great place to visit!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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david k wrote a review Jul 2017
Kuessnacht am Rigi, Switzerland50 contributions5 helpful votes
Beatyful alp location with great view over the lake Vierwaldstaettersee, Pilatus mountain and Lucerne.With clear weather one can see until the german border. Hotel with Restaurant serving local specialities. Great for walking
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Date of experience: May 2017
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ElsieFrench wrote a review Jun 2015
Meersburg (Bodensee), Germany41 contributions32 helpful votes
This is a place mostly known to the locals. It is accessible on foot, car or cable car. At 1000 meters high you dominate the lake and the Swiss plateau. Plenty to do here. In winter skiing and sledging are very popular, in Summer hiking while enjoying the beautiful views. Along the hiking trail you will also find barbecue areas you can freely use (wood provided) and while having diner you can enjoy the sunset.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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