Sommer in Liechtenstein
Wandern, schwimmen oder radfahren? Das kleine Fürstentum bietet für jeden etwas. | Hiking, swimming or mountainbiking? Liechtenstein may be small, but it offers…
Grossabünt itself is a large swimming lake that is open to the public and cleaned naturally without the use of any chemicals. Near the lake, visitors will find a small football pitch, a climbing wall, a boulder wall and the latest trend - slacklining. There is also a large lawn area to chill out and soak up the sun.
Take the opportunity and be yourself a falconer, who always calls a hawk in the "free wake" to his hand. You get the equipment, an introduction to falconry and a professionally trained hawk. The hawk will then accompany you on the approximately one and a half hour guided hike.
The swing trail is a source of fun for the whole family and the young at heart. In addition, the trail presents a completely different side of the Liechtenstein mountains. The easy hiking route, along which you can catapult yourself into the air on a total of ten swings, extends over 5.5 km and can be completed in around two hours. The trail is also easy to for children from the age of five to master.
"The 'Liechtenstein Trail' connects all of Liechtenstein's municipalities, and extends an invitation to the whole country, as well as to guests from abroad, to head out on an exciting journey through Liechtenstein. Along this trail, you can not only discover and celebrate the history of the country but also experience the Principality of YESTERDAY, TODAY and TOMORROW"
"Just one holiday is too short to be able to explore all the different hiking paths, nature reserves, idyllic landscapes, romantic forests and walks along the Rhine that Liechtenstein has to offer. While you're here, why not broaden your horizons and visit one of our neighbours? The mountain region between Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Austria is a paradise for hikers."