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Yshu krishna
Yshu krishna
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Jan 27, 2020 - 10:02 PM

Hii everyone

I found that nine towers and Trümmelbach falls are closed for visitors in March.any towers and waterfalls open in march

Thanks in advance

Snowman
Snowman
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Jan 27, 2020 - 10:11 PM in reply to Yshu krishna

Hello Yshu krishna.

Trümmelbach Falls of course are not switched off during the winter. Only the pay-for path opens from April to November. You can see the falls at any time from a distance, though. There is however less water falling in the winter.

Towers. I suppose you refer to the Nine Towers of Lucerne. Indeed, visits are possible only from April on, but they, too, can be seen from outside any time. There are plenty of castles that you can visit in March, it is impossible to list them all.

Steph
Steph
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Jan 28, 2020 - 6:24 AM in reply to Yshu krishna

Hello Yshu krishna,

In the area of the Bernese Oberland there are numerous waterfalls to visit, e.g. the Reichenbachfalls, opening on the 4th of May, or the Giessbachfalls, opening in April already:
- www.grimselwelt.ch/en/transport-lift/reichenbachfall
- www.giessbach.ch/en/giessbach-falls-nature-park.html

And of course the Rhine Falls, Europe's largest waterfalls, are also in Switzerland, whereas slightly in another corner of the country:
- www.myswissalps.com/rhinefalls

With regards to towers I can't think of any in the area apart from the Musegg towers in Lucerne, as not too many old fortification walls are still intact in Switzerland. Maybe another member has a spontaneous idea..?!
Maybe this "Walk along the Lake Lucerne castles" could be of interest for you. See below link for more suggestions:
- www.myswissalps.com/lucerne/activities

Hope this provides some guidance, feel free to get back to us anytime for further input.

Best,
Steph

Yshu krishna
Yshu krishna
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Feb 2, 2020 - 6:58 PM

thanks everyone:)

Slowpoke
Slowpoke
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Feb 3, 2020 - 9:34 PM in reply to Steph

<<"Maybe another member has a spontaneous idea..?!">>

Hi Steph - Not so spontaneous, but here are some possible ideas:

Murten/Morat.

The 3 castles at Bellinzona,
www.myswissalps.com/castlesbellinzona

Schloss Neu Falkenstein at Balsthal

\Also -

www.myswissalps.com/forum/topic/stein-am-rhein-easy-day-trip-from-zurich

Slowpoke

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