Take a look at this thread
Also - follow up on the Swiss Path ( der Weg der Schweiz):
This following map link is from Wanderland Schweiz ( hiking) section of the Switzerland Mobility website:
map.wanderland.ch/?lang=de&route=all&bgLa yer=pk&resolution=1&la yers=Wanderland&E=2689 601&N=1204650
The website is kind of fussy. But, if the red dots marking the Swiss Path do not show on my link, click once on the heavy green line near Axenstein, and it should lead you into information about the Swiss Path in that area. On the first pop up menu can can mark the route - red dots and also get "more information." Once you manage to get there, you'll get altitude profiles, a detailed map, and information about accommodations along the route.
Here is what you can get:
One caution...I never did make it up to the top at Fronalpstock...some of the cows did not look really friendly in some of the pastures we were crossing hiking up from Stoos. Should have used the cableway. I'm sure that the views over the lake from up on Fronalpstock should be magnificent. On the eastern side of the lake, the views from the Rigi and Rigi Chänzeli are nice, too.
However, lake views are skimpy on the trails on the eastern shore of the Urnersee, for example, from Morschach to Sisikon.. Better views from the west side.
The views from Seelisberg are quite nice.
We always like to eat by the water in Beckenried.
Also, Klewenalp in particular offers some good trails. And, Stockhütte is nice for lunch with good views and an easy walk down to the bus at Emmeten.
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I think the eastern side of the Urnersee may be richer in good hiking opportunities, but. maybe that is just because we have stayed there more often.