Apr 4, 2016 - 7:10 AM
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Arno has answered your question completely.
I might add a couple of extra , perhaps redundant, details that might be useful.
The timetable for all transport is shown under the menu tab for "Route" in the link Arno has provided.
As noted in the description of the SBB timetable in My Swiss Alps, the fares that are shown there at first are half-price fares. Almost all Swiss have a half fare card of some type, so the fares as shown are already discounted by 50%.
Further on in the description of the ticket buying process ticket buying process , ( at least if you buy on on the SBB web site), you will be asked if you have some form of discount card.
This thread in the next link talks about going to Pilatus earlier in the year and shows details of the timetable. At the time discussed in that thread, the cograil is not available, so the journey goes via Kriens.
Please note that a map of the route is available in the footnotes of a particular journey in the timetable, after you select a particular journey.
Another useful map is:
Here, it shows the town of Kriens:
Wiki has a useful entry for Kriens:
If you read German, this may be interesting:
Hope this helps.
It is a great trip.
Last modified on Apr 4, 2016 - 8:02 AM by Slowpoke