Going on a Trip to Switzerland with an Adventure-Filled Itinerary

a view of natureZurich, Geneva, and Bern are very accessible. You can go to Switzerland by train from any of the key cities in Europe when the ski bug hits you. If you want to get onto the road less traveled and get away from the big cities, then you are still choosing the best country for adventure anywhere in Europe.

There are bigger adventures to engage in aside from skiing on the slopes of the Matterhorn. Are you interested to learn about some popular Swiss adventures? Alpenwild.com has some tips and recommendations for you.

Paragliding and Skydiving

If you are ready for an adventure, prepare to paraglide over Lac Léman, the largest lake in the country. There is no need to battle it out alone because you may go on tandem flights in the area. If paragliding is not risky enough for you, book a skydiving adventure on the Death Wall, the north face of the Eiger.

Another option awaits a movie fan. If you want to experience the Contra Dam, which was featured in the James Bond films, then head out for the thrill of your life. After all, a jump from Contra Dam is the highest bungee jump in the world.

Canyoning and Toboggan Run

The Swiss Alps is a popular ski destination, but there is more you can do aside from skiing and snowboarding. You can take on more extreme activities during your holiday. Canyoning in the Alps is just as great. The glacial water is quite accessible to tourists. All you need to do is book in advance. Afterward, you might want to experience another adventure on the water. Oeschinen Lake offers a high-octane toboggan run.

Once you have gotten your share of adventure and you’re ready to spend some quiet time, head out to the resort town of Interlaken in Central Switzerland. The Bernese Oberland region is famous for Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Spending quiet time at Interlaken with its forests, emerald waters, and green meadows is all you need to energize for the next adventure of your life.