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Tour description

Take a Kneipp cure to get healthy. The longest natural Kneipp trail of Switzerland harmonizes body and soul.
Healthiness, physical fitness, balance – this is what we all desire. In Blitzingen one of the longest natural Kneipp trails of Switzerland harmonizes body and soul. Enjoy benefical wet element in open nature and undergo a Kneipp cure! You walk through meadows, run barefoot through cold mountain streams, practise cutting of tree trunks and get to know natural remedies. For the really brave, they can take an icecold shower under the waterfall or a refreshing bath in the mountain stream.

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Places along the route: Blitzingen - Wiler - Ammere - Äbmete - Chastebiel - Blitzingen


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Tour history (B14029)

First published: Mittwoch, 6. März 2013

Last updated: Donnerstag, 22. September 2016

Tour published by: Presented by www.obergoms.ch

Tour characteristics

Distance: 2.7 km | Time requirement: 1½ h
Ascent: 180 m | Descent: 175 m
Highest point: 1470 m.a.s.l.

Difficulty T1 Hiking

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Obergoms Tourismus AG
Furkastrasse 53
CH-3985 Münster
Tel.: +41 27 974 68 68
Fax: +41 27 974 68 69
E-Mail: tourismus@obergoms.ch
Internet: www.obergoms.ch

Jeden Donnerstag um 14.00 Uhr findet eine Führung statt. Anmeldung bis am Vorabend bei Frau Brigitte Gschwendtner, Tel.: +41 27 970 17 00