Here are the propasals of the Rigi railway: www.rigi.ch/en/navpage_list.cfm…
Have a look at the online map on map.wanderland.ch. There are numerous ways up the Rigi on foot, many of which offer the option of doing part of it by train or cable car if you don't want to walk the full 1300 metres uphill.
In general terms, the ways up from the south (eg Brunnen, Gersau) are longer than those from further north (eg Küssnacht, Goldau). I have heard that the path up from Küssnacht via Seebodenalp is a good one, although I have not yet done it myself.
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