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Dog-friendly holidays in Bauen

Uri, Switzerland

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Travel with your dog: During your stay Bauen you’re spoiled for choice. On this page weve put together suggestions for numerous dog-friendly excursions, leisure activities, restaurants and accommodation as well as a couple of other insider tips for dog owners:
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Dog-friendly hiking in Bauen

Aussicht von der Marienhöhe in Seelisberg auf das Rütli, den Urnersee und die beiden Mythen
Hiking Trail
The Swiss Path
recommended route Difficulty moderate Multi-stage route
34.9 km
10:30 h
1,400 m
1,400 m
To mark the 700th anniversary of the Swiss Confederacy in 1991, the cantons gifted Swiss citizens their own hiking trail: the Swiss Path. This 35-kilometre panoramic walk runs around the southern arm of Lake Lucerne, Lake Uri. It invites you to take a walk through history, discover unspoilt nature and spendtime in private reflection.
Rütli in Seelisberg am Urnersee
Hiking Trail
The Swiss Path – Section 1: Seelisberg, Rütli - Bauen
recommended route Difficulty moderate Stage 1
9.4 km
3:00 h
520 m
520 m
Snakes up through the forest to Seelisberg. Walkers are rewarded with a unique lake and mountain view. Historic paths lead past viewing platforms to Beroldingen Castle and then 960 steps down to Bauen.
Naturschutzgebiet „Reussdelta“ mit Badeinseln „Lorelei“
Hiking Trail
The Swiss Path – Section 2: Bauen - Flüelen
recommended route Difficulty easy Stage 2
10.1 km
2:25 h
90 m
90 m
Familyfriendly walk via splendid rock formations and along the lake to the Reuss delta nature reserve, with rest areas, playgrounds and the three artificial «Lorelei» bathing islands.
Wanderung mit Ausblick in Isenthal
Hiking Trail
The Swiss Path – Alternative: Bauen - Isenthal - Isleten
recommended route Difficulty moderate
9 km
3:30 h
600 m
620 m
Demanding alternative along old road between the cantons of Nidwalden and Uri. Climbs and descends via challenging mountain paths with attractive viewpoints. In between, tranquil valley walk in secluded Isenthal.

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