Travel the Brunni Route to discover the pilgrimage site in Einsiedeln and the attractive summer and winter sports area in Brunni at the foot of Mt. Mythen in the midst of the mountains of central Switzerland.
The Brunni Route takes you from the Einsiedeln pilgrimage site to Brunni at the foot of Mt. Mythen, where a variety of activities is available in any season.
As a station on the Way of St. James, with its baroque monastery complex and the “Black Madonna”, Einsiedeln attracts hundreds of pilgrims year after year (PostBus stop Einsiedeln, Railway Station). You could take a guided tour of the monastery or visit the minerals or the gingerbread museum. The diorama featuring the world’s largest crèche and a 100-meter panorama painting of the crucifixion of Christ are other highlights.
In summer, enjoy the fresh air on the sledding run, the golf course or the agricultural theme path. You can also choose from countless hiking, inline skating and biking possibilities. The area also offers many winter activities, such as a ski jump where international teams are training, an extensive cross-country ski trail system as well as downhill skiing. Discover the beautiful mountains of the Canton Schwyz while hiking in the Alpthal region. The Mythen rope park is a great place if you look for a thrilling experience (PostBus stop Alpthal, Stei). The ski lifts in Brunni and in the Myhten region guarantee lots of fun in the snow. A gondola takes you from Brunni to Holzegg with magnificent views of the mountains of central Switzerland and Lake Lucerne (Brunni SZ, Base Station LBH, change to gondola).
Reservations required for groups of 10 or more. Tel. +41 (0)58 453 81 08
Route open all year
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PostBus Switzerland Ltd
Region Eastern Switzerland
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No bicycle transport fixtures available in/on the vehicle
Limited wheelchair access to the postbus
Not all vehicles are wheelchair-accessible. Manual wheelchairs only. For information call tel. +41 (0)58 453 81 08
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