Nov 28, 2019 - 7:45 AM
in reply to Mschwalbe
Sorry that I misspelled your name before. ;-(
The heavy green lines in Switzerland Mobility are for named routes. Those are the ones with tremendous detail if you click on the route.
The map to use for all trail characteristics, (but not necessarily with the range of related information on accommodation, points of interest, altitude profile, etc.) , whether a marked Wanderweg or not, is is the SwissTopo map:
map.geo.admin.ch/?topic=swisstopo&lang=e n&bgLayer=ch.swisstopo .pixelkarte-farbe&catalogNodes=139 2,1538,1396,1430,1436& layers=ch.swisstopo.sw isstlm3d-wanderwege&E=2626400.0 0&N=1153940.00&zoom=6
You can switch back and forth between the color map and the aerial view.
Since the map shows a red line for that trail, it is a Wanderweg, specifically, a "mountain hiking trail" and will be well-marked.
The color coding is explained here:
I have not done that hike or those nearby. Other forum members have hiked those trails; perhaps they will jump in.
Off hand, I think that on June 20, you might be a little early for firm planning. To be really sure, July might be more certain. That's a not-very- well educated guess. Others know more than I do.
Last modified on Nov 28, 2019 - 1:22 PM by Slowpoke