Regional Nature Park Thal
Hölzlistrasse 57, 4710 Balsthal, Switzerland
About Regional Nature Park Thal
Switzerland’s most central nature reserve, and its touristic offer is one of the most attractive: the wide valley of the river Dünnern behind the Weissenstein, the local mountain to Solothurn, awaits visitors with eager anticipation. It is located in the Swiss Canton of Solothurn, bordering the cantons of Bern and Basel-Landschaft.
Attractions near Regional Nature Park Thal
Hinteri Egg is an 8.4 kilometer out and back trail located near Langenbruck, Basel Country, Switzerland that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips.
Oberer Hauenstein Pass is a mountain pass in the Jura Mountains on the border between the cantons of Basel-Country and Solothurn in Switzerland. It connects Balsthal and Waldenburg.
Sculpture at Schoenthal is an art foundation in Switzerland. It is named after the Schönthal Monastery, a former church near the village of Langenbruck, Basel-Landschaft, which is now used for temporary art exhibitions. An array of sculptures, including some by well-known artists, is dotted around the monastery area and the surrounding countryside.
The ruins of Waldenburg towers high above the medieval town. The visitor can see the significant remains of a bailiff's castle here. The Waldenburg ruin is situated on top of the narrow, rocky Rehag ridge, giving it a good strategic view of the Upper Hauenstein Pass. The well-preserved ruins are now open to visitors. As the oldest parts of Waldenburg castle are older than the town, it's likely that the castle was originally built in order to collect tolls for travelling through the pass.
The Gilgenberg ruins are the ruins of a hilltop castle in the area of the municipality of Zullwil in the canton of Solothurn . It stands at 710 m above sea level. M. on a rock spur in a wooded valley basin southeast of the village of Zullwil and can be easily reached from the village on a marked hiking trail in around 10 minutes.
The Siggern is a 9 km long stream that flows into the Aare near Flumenthal in the canton of Solothurn. It has three main source brooks, which pour north of the Balm ruins into the Siggern. It is fed by a few other streams, the largest of which is the Gummenbach. One of the beautiful place to spend some leisure time and also a nice place to take a bath in the centre of nature.
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