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A monument for the mountain panorama The pedestrian suspension bridge, named after main sponsor Charles Kuonen, measures a proud 494 meters in length and stretches up to a height of 85 meters above the Grabengufer ravine in Mattertal valley. The...more
All reviews suspension bridge train station an hour afraid of heights hiking poles great hike longest pedestrian bread oven turn right walking stick every step two hours easy walk take your time a great experience worth the effort i'd recommend
We went by Randa, going through the town as it is the easiest and most straightforward way. Also the view up is really great! Follow the signs towards Charles Kuonen Hängebrücke or signs that goes towards Europahütte, or at least pictures/drawings of the bridge will...More
We did a part of Europaweg.We began in Tash. The treck is beautiful, you can see the Matterhorn clearly. Is a little hard because it's always up and down. But much less harder than going by Randa. The bridge is fabulous!
We hiked the steeper way up...when we got to the top we marvelled at the ingenuity and engineering skills that built this incredible suspension bridge....we crossed the bridge - and then headed back down on the other side.
I am 67 and overweight. For me, the hike took 5 hours; for most people it took 2 to 3 hours. The trail was not difficult, but it is 5 miles up at a 40 to 45 degree angle. There are no flat areas or...More
We hike 2 hours to the bridge. It's not too bad. Better then I expected. The bridge itself is very solid. The view is very beautiful. It's better to go down with the same road you went up. The long and easy one.
The CK suspension bridge is the largest in the world. The small village of Randa suddenly attracts many visitors who want to cross this beautiful bridge. There are many warnings that people with vertigo shouldn't try this, but that is a bit exaggerated. The bridge...More
We did the circular hike from Randa and just loved it! The hike should definitely be rated difficult in my opinion (and I am a frequent hiker). I think the only reason it got rated medium is because it is not super long (~2.5 miles...More
For getting there, you should take a train to Randa and then start a trekking (there's a short way but steep, and a larger not that steep) with breathtaking (almost literally...) views, but it worth it every step
Response from Hawaii_Haole | Reviewed this property |
I wouldn’t do it In the rain. Certainly not if there are thunderstorms. I agree with the other commenter. The forecasts are not very accurate in that region. I’d keep an eye on the weather and see how each day goes.