The Stanserhorn open deck cable car on its way to the summit.
The mountains in Switzerland are easy to access. There are cable cars, funiculars and cogwheel trains throughout the country. That allows everyone to enjoy the high alpine scenery. Try not to leave Switzerland without having visited a mountain top or two!
A lot of mountain tops can be reached by cable car in winter as well. They're the place to be for snow fun and panoramic views of the snowy Swiss Alps. Find the best options here.
The highest train station in Europe is located in a magnificent landscape of eternal snow and glaciers.
Cogwheel train across a spectacular rocky landscape, plus views of Lake Lucerne and the Alps.
Revolving cable car to an altitude of 3032 m. Great views and snow all year round.
Cogwheel train and wide views of Lake Lucerne and the Alps.
The James Bond mountain, and one of the best places to view the Jungfrau massif.
Cogwheel train to the highest peaks of the Swiss Alps.
The mountain of First near Grindelwald offers great views and lots of fun activities for the entire family.
This luxurious resort above Lake Lucerne offers hotels, restaurants, fantastic views and the thrilling Hammetschwand lift.
The highest cable car in the Swiss Alps. Enjoy the view of glaciers and peaks over 4000 m high.
Glacier 3000 is a well-maintained winter sports and summer activities area in the mountains within easy reach of Gstaad, with beautiful views of the Alps. Its top station is called Cabane-des-Diablerets, from which hiking trails, ski slopes and other attractions can be reached.
The Männlichen, a mountain between Wengen and Grindelwald in the Jungfrau region, offers beautiful views of the Bernese Alps.
An easy-to-reach viewing point above the popular tourist town of Interlaken.
Unique open air cable car to a panoramic restaurant at 1850 m.
Take the cogwheel train up to Schynige Platte for superb views of the Jungfrau massif and the lakes.
Cogwheel steam railway across an extraordinary landscape. Breathtaking views of Central Switzerland and the Bernese Alps.
Grand view of Lake Geneva and the Alps from the rocks above Montreux.
The three mountain stations of Sunnegga, Blauherd and Rothorn above Zermatt offer many activities and wonderful views. The best view of the Matterhorn perhaps?
Monte San Salvatore is one of the two easy to reach panoramic viewing points in Lugano. It offers views of the city, most of the lake, and mountains such as Monte Brè and Monte Generoso.
First class view of the largest glacier in the Alps.
Extraordinary view of the Upper Engadine lakes and Piz Bernina.
Monte Brè is one of the two easy to reach panoramic viewing points in Lugano. It offers views of most of the city and the lake, almost as far as Porto Ceresio in Italy, at the south-most tip of the lake.
Go here for the very best views of the Aletsch glacier.
A spectacular trip leading to the largest ice grotto and highest revolving restaurant in the world.
The pyramid shaped mountain with a hotel, restaurant and 360°-view over Lake Thun and the Bernese Alps.
Pfingstegg can be reached by cable car from Grindelwald, and is located half-way up and impressive mountain range.