UNESCO Biosphäre Entlebuch
Chlosterbüel 28, 6170 Schüpfheim, Switzerland
About UNESCO Biosphäre Entlebuch
This is a unique round walk through the moorland scenery of the UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch. You'll love the barren raised bogs, flora-rich flat moors, and primal moorland landscapes! Moors as far as the eye can see! The long-distance footpath with its five legs comprises 80 kilometres of springy moorland terrain, stony mountain paths, ancient pass routes, and unmade alp and forestry roads through barren high moors and flora-rich flat moors.
Attractions near UNESCO Biosphäre Entlebuch
The Fürstein is a mountain of the Emmental Alps, located on the border between the cantons of Lucerne and Obwalden. The closest locality is Flühli, on the western side. trekking, viewpoints and so more.
Glaubenberg Pass is a 19.1 mile point-to-point trail located near Sarnen, Obwald, Switzerland that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for road biking, mountain biking, and scenic driving.
The Mittaggüpfi is a mountain of the Emmental Alps, located west of the mountain of Pilatus on the border between the Swiss cantons of Lucerne and Obwalden. The view from the top of the mountain is truly astonishing and also it is one of the main trekking destinations.
At an altitude of 1,406 meters, the Napf is the highest vantage point between the Emmental valley and the Entlebuch region. The summit can only be reached on foot or by bike. you can see the Jura range, he Bernese Alps, and the Central Swiss Alps from here.
Glaubenbielen Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 1.611m above the sea level, located in the Emmental Alps, in Switzerland. The pass is traversed by a road known as Panoramastrasse. The pass itself is located within Obwalden, and connects Giswil in Obwalden and Sörenberg in the Entlebuch region. It divides the basins of the Kleine Emme and the Sarner Aa, both within the Reuss basin.
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Discover more attractions in Lucerne, where UNESCO Biosphäre Entlebuch is located
The oldest traces of humans in the Lucerne area are stone artifacts and cave bear bones found in the Steigelfadbalm cave on Mt. Rigi from the Middle Paleolithic or about 30,000 BC. Other animal bones including mammoth, reindeer and giant deer from the local glacial maximum have also been found in Lucerne.