Mar 27, 2016 - 12:36 PM
in reply to peksia
<<"Day 2 - Boat trip at lake Lucerne. From Lucerne to Fluelen. Walking trail Bauen to Seelisberg. Boat fr treib to Vitznau. Take cog railway up to Rigi Kulm for stunning views. Return to Rigi Kaltbad (Rigi Kaltbad - Känzeli Viewpoint - Rigi Kaltbad) and then take the cable car to Weggis from where there is a 15 minute walk to the lake steamer back to Lucerne.">>
That is a very full day.
If you walk from Bauen to Seeliberg, you will start with anuphill setion of good trail goinmg up about 400 meters or a bit less. Is that OK for you? The benfeit is frequent downhill service on the funicular at Seelisberg.
However, whichever direction you walk it, you are dependent on boat schedules at the end. There is bus service down from Seelisberg to Beckenried and on via connections to Luzern if you get stuck at Treib (unlikely)
I have not taken the time to work through each step, but you might want to play with the timetable and reduce the time on the boat to Flüelen....possibly take the train to Flüelen. Then boat to Treib or Bauen and proceed from there.
You can also make up time by riding from Rigi-Kulm to Klatbad, instead of walking via Känzeli.
Everything that you have listed is a good to do, but they might not all fit in the time available. Toward the end of the day the boat and rail/cableway services around the lake thin out.
Make sure to start early, and the trrain to Flüelen could be a way to do that.
<<"Jungfraujoch-top EU. Hiking trail Mannlichen-KLeine Scheidegg. Visit grindelwald, Gstaad, Lauterbrunnen.">>
The cableway is open to Männlichen on the days that you are in Wengen. I'd think that Gstaad cannot fit in that day, however. And, it is far better to walk from Männlichen to Kleine Scheidegg than the opposite direction. Visual aspects of walking toward the Eiger are compelling.