5 Forests in Switzerland that you should visit - With photos & details

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5 Forests to explore in Switzerland

Switzerland is one of the most developed countries in the world, with the highest nominal wealth per adult and the eighth-highest per capita GDP. It ranks at or near the top in several international metrics, including economic competitiveness and human development.

Bireggwald hikingBireggwald, Switzerland

Hike to the Bireggwald which offers a rich array of beautiful views of the Lucern Lake and Mt. Pilatus.

HudelmoosHagenwilerstrasse, 8588 Zihlschlacht-Sitterdorf, Switzerland

The Hudelmoos is a nature reserve in the area of ​​the Thurgau communities Zihlschlacht and Amriswil and the St. Gallen community Muolen in Switzerland . The high moor covers 40 hectares and consists of the light birch forest, springy forest floor with small streams and ponds and is accessed by hiking trails. Today it is a unique example of the greatest biodiversity in terms of birds, butterflies , dragonflies , vascular plants , mosses and mushrooms.The moor is accessible by hiking trails and h

Planetenweg UetlibergUetliberg, 8143 Zürich, Switzerland

The Planetenweg consists of scaled models of the planets (1: 1 billion), and the distances between the planets are also to scale. You can hike from one planet to the other through amazing views of Zurich city on one side and rural scenic Switzerland on the other.

Sihlwald8135 Horgen, Switzerland

The Sihlwald forest lies just outside Zurich and is the first national nature discovery park inviting you to explore and spot wild animals up close in Langenberg.  It is the largest, pristine mixed beech forest in Central Switzerland. Hiking through this beautiful forest is a wonderful experience.

UNESCO Biosphäre EntlebuchChlosterbüel 28, 6170 Schüpfheim, Switzerland

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.