Hiking Jungfrau Region

8 days / 7 nights from £965

Jungfrau - Stay & Explore

Castle Spiez

6 days / 5 nights from £1,232

Best of Bernese Oberland

Grindelwald with its famous Cliff walk

5 or 8 days from £925

Jungfrau Region Hiking Tour


Switzerland is a walker’s heaven. It’s hiking trail network is considered one of the densest, most varied and over all, best posted in the world. More than 65,000km trails are marked ranging from hiking over mountain trails to Alpine routes.

Whether you are looking for a one-centre walking holiday in the Jungfrau Region, hiking along the Aletsch Glacier or following in the footsteps of pilgrims on the Via Jacobi trail, hiking in Switzerland can offer hiking tours for all levels. Following detailed itineraries you walk self-guided at your own pace from village to village with your luggage transported.


Our hiking holidays vary in standard and are graded as follows:

  • A-Easy: 4 – 5 hours per day. Hiking approximately 15km.
  • B-Intermediate: 5 – 6 hours per day. Hiking approximately 20km.
  • C-Challenging: Over 6 hours per day. Hiking more than 20km.

Altitude differences are taken into account.


Hiking the Swiss Alps

Hiking Tours

Spiez, Bern

Best of Bernese Oberland


6 Days
A gentle introduction to hiking and cycling whilst being spoilt by luxury accommodation and facilties and first class service.

Lucerne with Mt. Pilatus

Lake Lucerne Trail


7 Days
This walking holiday will take you to one of the most popular holiday regions in Switzerland – the area around Lake Lucerne.

Schilthorn with Mürren

Jungfrau Region Hiking Tour


5 or 8 Days
Experience some of the best hiking in the Jungfrau Region and relax in welcoming Sunstar hotels along the way.

Hiking Jungfrau Region

Jungfrau – Stay & Explore


8 Days / 7 Nights
Explore the 500km prepared walking and hiking trails in one of Switzerland's most popular hiking areas.

Hiking Grosse Scheidegg with view through Wetterhorn and Eiger

Hiking Bernese Oberland


5 or 8 Days
From Wengen via Grindewald to Meiringen - a hiking tour with beautiful alpine scenery and excellent hotels.

Morcote Paradiso

Sentiero del Sole


7 Days / 6 Nights
This hiking tour will give you a great insight into Ticino - the Italian speaking part of Switzerland.

Hiking Tour Graubünden - Davos

Graubünden Hiking Tour


5 or 8 Days
Discover the beauty of Eastern Switzerland on foot. Enjoy the facilities of the 4-star Sunstar Hotels in Klosters, Arosa and Lenzerheide.

Hiking view to Bernina viadukt

Track the Bernina Express


9 Days / 8 Nights
Rail and hike along the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Rhätian Railway line with view of the breathtaking landscapes.

Good to know


With the exception of our one-centre walking holidays, your luggage will be transported from hotel to hotel along the route. On setting out in the morning you simply leave your luggage in reception.
You will only need to carry a small backpack with your walking notes and maps, waterproofs, sun cream, camera and lunch. Your suitcase will be transported to your next hotel.



There are various sign posts which help you along the route.
Routes are graded according to difficulty and equipment needed and these grades are reflected in the sign posts.

  • Signs in full yellow are tracks for everybody. No special equipment is needed—ordinary every day shoes can be used.
  • Signs marked white-red-white are classed as Mountain Tracks. These routes are for the experienced regular walker. Sturdy walking boots with a good profile are necessary. The route can follow narrow or steep and exposed paths.
  • The third grade of marked tracks covers Alpine Routes leading over glaciers and making scrambling necessary in certain places. These tracks should only be attempted with equipment (compass, rope etc) and we recommend arranging for a local mountain guide.

All our holidays, maps and suggestions are for the first two grades only.



Majority of our walking holidays start with a personal tour briefing at your first hotel when documentation is explained and handed over by our local suppliers. These include maps and walking instructions.



Switzerland is well known for its outstanding public transport system that works like clockwork. From lake steamers and buses to funiculars and gondolas meeting each other – it simply is admirable and is always at hand to help a tired walker to cover steeper ascents or shorten the distance.



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