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If you are looking for adventure in Switzerland, you won’t have to look much further! The place is brimming with adventure hotspots that have been entertaining tourists for centuries! Switzerland keeps your heart pumping and adrenaline rushing through the many adventures that it offers. From jumping off of a plane from a height of 11,000 feet above the ground, battling ferocious waters through narrow canyons to skiing down steep slopes, you will find an adventure for you!

The long list of adventure activities in Switzerland that make it an adventure lover’s haven include everything from traditional toboggan rides to high-end heli-skiing opportunities. Here, you can ride zip lines down the mountains that stretch for miles or climb the steepest cable-car routes in the world. Switzerland is even home to some of the most dangerous peaks in the world which provide excellent mountain climbing opportunities and to some of the world’s biggest lakes where you can canoe down the glittering waters.

Adventure sports in Switzerland are another great aspect of the adventure-centric nature of the country. From the old-time favourite skiing and snowboarding to the relatively new canyoning and bungee jumping, everything has a place in this spectacular place. The best part about adventure sports in Switzerland is that they have been made easily accessible and safe, allowing people of all ages and proficiencies to experience the thrills!

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Paragliding in Interlaken | Book Now & Get 3000 Cashback Best Seller
Paragliding in Interlaken | Book Now & Get 3000 Cashback



Interlaken is a famous tourist spot. Known for its impressive mountain scenery, the place is an ideal starting point for countless excursions. We get you one of those activities with this package.Are you ready to challenge yourself to be a part of great heights? Soar like an eagle to enjoy 10-20 minutes worth amazing bird's eye view of Interlaken. Let your adrenaline rush and help yourself creating a memory that will be stored in your heads till your last breath.Swiss mountain ranges Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau lined along the deep cyan lakes of Brienz and Thun are ready to mesmerize you with their breathtaking sites. With this activity, land on the rich mangroves of Harder Kulm, Interlaken's local mountain. Freefall gently over a paradise of stunning landscapes and make it a memorable experience.Paragliding In Interlaken Timings:Summer: 31 Mar-26 Oct 2019Time: 8:00 am, 9:15 am, 10:30 am, 11:45 am, 1:30 pm, 2:45 pm, 4:00 pm, 5:15 pm dailyWinter: 27 Oct 2019-28 Mar 2020Time: 8:30 am, 9:45 am, 11:00 am, 12:15 am, 1:45 pm, 3:00 pm, dailyAddress: Restaurant Schuh, Höheweg 56, 3800 Interlaken.How To Reach:By bus: Take bus 21, 102 or 103 and get off at JungfraustrasseBy train to train station Interlaken West: Upon exiting the train station, walk straight on Bahnhofstrasse for about 200 meters. Then continue onto Hoheweg for further 200 meters to reach the meeting pointNote:Children above the age of 4 can book this paragliding in Interlaken experience.

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Simme River Rafting, Book Online & Get ₹2000 Cashback Best Seller
Simme River Rafting, Book Online & Get ₹2000 Cashback



Interlaken is home to numerous activities; canyoning, white water rafting and paragliding are to name some. If you are here and willing to let your adrenaline rush, this activity is for you. The Simme river rafting experience promises you to make your trip to Switzerland complete.About Simme River Rafting:With Thrillophilia, get a chance to join a thrilling rafting adventure along the Simme River. Navigating against the raging water is one of the things people love to do and if you are one of them, you own this package. Let the white water awake the adrenaline junkie in you.Be alone or take your friends along, this river rafting in Simme experience is ready to mesmerize all of you. Remember to hold your raft tight or you might get off it. A  holiday in Switzerland never completes unless you have done an activity like this. Book now and get ready to face the best of adventure.Meals:A drink after the trip is included in the package.Time: 2:45 pmLocation: Outdoor Interlaken Rafting BaseHow To Reach:Ride Bus 104 or 105, which makes a stop 100 meters away from Hauptstrasse. You can walk to the office from there.Note:People above 10 years of age can book Simme river rafting experience.Maximum weight allowed is 125 Kg

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Grindelwald Skiing from Interlaken | Book Online & Save 40% Best Seller
Grindelwald Skiing from Interlaken | Book Online & Save 40%



Known for its impressive mountain scenery, Interlaken is an ideal starting point for countless excursions. Contemporaries such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Felix Mendelssohn has traveled to these mountains. If you are looking for an offbeat activity from this place, we have a perfect one for you.About Grindelwald Skiing:Take a break from sightseeing around Interlaken and taste the colors of thrill. A village near Eiger Mountain popular for being a winter sports paradise awaits you with all the adventure you were looking forward to in Switzerland. With this package, you have two options available: Full Day Beginner Package and Half-Day Beginner Package.Let your adrenaline rush with this skiing activity and learn to ski from scratch. The lesson is about 2 hours and 30 minutes in the half-day package whereas it lasts for 5 hours and 30 minutes in the full-day package. 5 hours and 30 minutes in the full-day package also include a lunch break at your own expense.Itinerary:Half-Day Package10:45 am: arrive at the meeting point11:00 am: start of the activity12:00 pm: depart from InterlakenArrive at Grindelwald1:00 pm: meet up with your skiing instructor1:30 pm: skiing lesson begins4:00 pm: end of the lesson4:30 pm: depart for InterlakenWhole Day Package:7:45 am: arrive at the meeting point8:00 am: get picked up8:50 am: depart from InterlakenArrive at Grindelwald10:00 am: skiing lesson beginsLunch (at your own expense)Resume skiing lesson3:30 pm: end of the lesson5:00 pm: end of the activityMeeting Location:Outdoor Interlaken HQ, Hauptstrasse 15 in 3800 Matten bei InterlakenNote:You must be at least 12 years old to participate in Grindelwald Ski Package from Interlaken.Children aged 12 - 15 years must be accompanied by paying adults.Please arrive at the meet up location at least 10-15 minutes before the scheduled time

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Sulwald Snowshoeing Trip from Interlaken, Book @ 11% off Best Seller
Sulwald Snowshoeing Trip from Interlaken, Book @ 11% off



One of the outdoor capitals of the country, Interlaken is a famous tourist spot. Skydiving over the Swiss glacier, water-skiing, skiing, and hiking are some of the activities that you can enjoy here. We have an activity for you that will take you to a journey of amazement.About Sulwald Snowshoeing Trip from Interlaken:With Thrillophilia, get a chance to go snowshoeing around Sulwald. Gorgeous snowscapes of the Swiss Alps await you as you hike up and feel the cold embrace of winter on your feet. Summit is ready to mesmerize you with panoramic breathtaking views of the land below.We have for you latest top-grade snowshoeing gear for this activity. Do not forget your camera or less you will miss amazing views from the Alps. This activity is all set to rush your adrenaline. Book now and leave with a lot of memories to take back home.Meals:Snacks and a drink are included in the package.Time: 11:00 amLocation: Outdoor Interlaken HQ, Hauptstrasse 15 in 3800 Matten bei InterlakenNote:Minimum age to book the activity is 8 years.Children aged 8 -11 years need to be accompanied by paying adults.Please wear multiple layers of warm clothes during your Interlaken sulwald snowshoeing trip.

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Jet Boating Interlaken, Scenic Boat Ride @ Flat 14% off Best Seller
Jet Boating Interlaken, Scenic Boat Ride @ Flat 14% off


Famous for activities like Skydiving over the Swiss glacier, water-skiing, skiing, and hiking, Interlaken is one of the outdoor capitals of the country. If you are visiting this famous tourist spot you cannot miss experiencing the Jet Boat ride.About Scenic Jet Boat Ride from Interlaken:Hop on a jet boat ride to the famous Giessbach Waterfalls from Bönigen and let your adrenaline come to action. Interlaken’s crystal waters await you to board a modern jet and prepare yourself for a wet and wild ride. Let the thrill and excitement speak for you.As you capture the sprawling 360-degree views of the surroundings get ready to learn fun facts and trivia about the area. Catch a glimpse of the well-known fishing village of Iseltwald and be ready to dive into the adventure. Book now and complete your trip to Switzerland with this activity.Schedule:15 Apr-21 Oct: 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm, daily9 May-15 Sep: 10:00 am and 6:00 pm, dailyWinter season (26 Dec-1 Apr)Mondays-Fridays: 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pmWinter FondueFridays-Sundays: 3:00 pmNote:Children aged 5 - 16 years can avail of the child ticket for scenic jet boat ride from Interlaken.Children aged 0 - 4 years are not allowed to participate in Interlaken jet boat ride.Two adults and two children can avail of a family ticket.

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Night Sledding, Interlaken | Book Now @ Flat 17% off Best Seller
Night Sledding, Interlaken | Book Now @ Flat 17% off



One of the adventure capitals of the country, Interlaken is a famous tourist spot. Skydiving over the Swiss glacier, water-skiing, skiing, and hiking are some of the activities that you can enjoy here. We have an activity for you that will take you to a journey of amazement.About Night Sledding Interlaken:With Thrillophilia, get a chance to ride a snow sled at night around the village of Sulwald and experience the thrill. Breathtaking views of Swiss Alps’ lush landscapes covered in snow await you. Gaze the sky full of stars and make it a perfect evening.With this package, there is an option to choose a warm fondue dinner that you can relish after a few hours of night sled. Let the thrill come to action and let the adrenaline rush. Book and leave with everlasting memories of the activity.Package types:Night Sledding ExperienceNight Sledding Experience with Fondue DinnerTime: 6:30 pmHow to Reach:Ride Bus 104 or 105, which makes a stop 100 meters away from Hauptstrasse. You can walk to the office from there.Note:Children aged 0-9 are not allowed to participate in Sulwald night sledding experience.Children aged 10-11 must be accompanied by paying adults

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12 October 2019
The tour was really relaxing and the entry into the premise was hassle-free. I had to carry a physical copy of the Thrillophilia voucher which the people there instantly recognized. The tour lasted for around 2 hours and we learned a lot about the place through the journey.
16 November 2019
From beginners to expert anyone can enjoy this Grindelwald Skiing experience. I am not a very sporty but I must say that skiing at Grindelwald was one of the most thrilling experiences I have ever had. The guide there was really helpful and helped me with a number of tricks to learn skiing faster. I will definitely try it again if I visit here.
08 February 2020
The cogwheel train ride was amazingly good. Gazing out of the window, the elegant landscapes just mesmerized me. The Mt Pilatus Trip is a must-try for everyone. Me and my family I had a great time enjoying the cogwheel train ride. It was an exciting experience, especially for my parents. The local guide was really knowledgeable and he was a great help when it can to leaning new things about the place.
24 January 2020
I got children tickets for my 15-year-old and 2 adult tickets for my parents although I was not there, the guide was really helpful and my parents and kid had a lot of fun. I recommend that if you are planning to visit Lucerne then you can go through Thrillophilia. Great discount on tickets and overall management is very professional.
05 January 2020
I can certainly say that there is nothing more exciting than spending some time with your friends in a racing boat. The instructer was very polite and extremely knowledgeable. He did some cool tricks with the boat and nowhere did we feel that our safety was not in the balance.
03 October 2019
The scenic mountains, the shimmering show and me skiing amidst it, in other words, the most exciting adventure I have ever done. I would recommend everyone to visit Grindelwald for skiing even if you know a little bit of Sking. It is one of the most adventurous things you will do in Switzerland.
02 December 2019
If you are in Switzerland, this is an activity you must not forget to indulge in. I had a blast with my family during the jet boating.
16 November 2019
The trip was very comfortable and me and my friend got to explore a lot of things at Harder Kulm in a short span of time. A definite recommendation for everyone visiting Switzerland for a holiday. The folk show there was also really enjoyable.
07 December 2019
The journey was pleasant and my parents were delighted to see a place with such great culture and history. If you are visiting Switzerland, a trip to Harder Kulm is a must.
13 December 2019
I was planning to embark upon an adventurous expedition with my little ones and it so happened that I found the Chamonix Mont-Blanc tour on Thrillophilia while planning my trip. Upon arrival at Geneva, the guide was recognizable and very helpful in making us feel comfortable. The entire trail was filled with fun and the view from the top was amazing.

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  1. What are the best adventure things to do in Switzerland?

    1. Toboggan Ride in Graubunden
    When in Switzerland, you must head over to the Graubunden to experience Switzerland’s longest toboggan ride! A toboggan can be best described as a traditional sledge which was used as a form of transport in mountainous terrain across the globe.

    Today, riding your way down the side of a mountain with a toboggan has become a popular adventure activity. The toboggan’s path leads through 31 steep curves and overjumps stretching over a total length of 3,060 metres, making for a thrilling ride. If you are looking for unique adventure activities in Switzerland, then this is your place!

    - Location: Pradaschier, The Adventure Mountain, Girabodawäg 16, 7075 Churwalden
    - Price: CHF 18 or Rs. 1,318
    - Timings:
     Summer (May to October): 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    Winter (December to March): 10:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    - Difficulty: Moderate

    2. Bungee Jumping at Contra Dam
    If you are in Gordola, in the canton of Ticino, then you have to head over to the Contra Dam or the Verzasca Dam. Made famous by the James Bond movie GoldenEye, today the dam is a premium bungee jumping destination.

    This mammoth construction allows jumpers to dive from a height of 220 metres right towards the valley floor. Since this is the world’s highest bungee jump station, the thrills offered by this place are quite literally unparalleled.

    - Location: Via Valle Verzasca, 6596 Gordola, Switzerland
    - Price: 119 CHF
    - Timings: 1:00 PM to 4:40 PM

    3. Canyoning in the Bernese Oberland
    The Bernese Oberland region of Switzerland is a treasure-trove for adventure seekers. There are several trails which follow gushing rivers where you can jump, dive and swim through the canyons.

    The routes around towns like Interlaken, Lauterbrunnen and Grindelwald offer some spectacular, pristine Alpine scenery and thrilling opportunities where you can dive off cliffs, rappel down mountains and climb through the boulders. No matter whether you have had prior experience or not, this is one of those adventure activities in Switzerland that everyone can try.

    4. Rock Climbing in the Western Alps
    Right from the notorious Matterhorn to the famous Eiger trail, there are hundreds of places in Switzerland where you can partake in this adventure sport. Whether you have had prior experience or not, the Western Alps present some unique opportunities where you can enjoy some of the most fun and challenging climbs in the world.

    You can choose to go rock climbing in a group with a dedicated leader and expert who will guide you through the way. Or, you can simply buy the supplies and get rock climbing! The best time to go rock climbing in Switzerland is the summer season, between June to August, due to high altitudes.

    5. Kayaking in Interlaken
    Adventure in Switzerland can be found in every nook and cranny and that holds true for Interlaken as well! With its two magnificent lakes, Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, the place offers some truly spectacular scenery.

    Kayaking on the azure waters of the lakes allows you to explore the different parts of the lake at your own pace. There are several hidden natural and man-made wonders that surround the lake which you can explore as you go out on your kayak or canoe.

    - Location: Lake Thun, Lake Brienz
    - Difficulty Level: Easy

    6. Paragliding over Geneva
    There is no better way to experience the scenic natural surroundings and vibrant atmosphere of Geneva than by paragliding over it. The flight over Geneva actually starts in France where you have to leap off of the Salève mountain to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the city.

    You can try paragliding on your own or choose to go tandem to experience the rush of mountain air hitting your face as you are suspended miles above the city!

    - Price: CHF 130 or Rs. 9,502
    - Difficulty Level: Moderate

    7. Ziplining in Grindelwald
    The zipline in Grindelwald, locally known as the First Flieger is an extremely fun way of experiencing the natural beauty of the stunning Alpine landscape. The zipline here is designed to whizz you down the length of a mountain at speeds reaching 55 miles per hour, making it one of the most interesting adventure activities in Switzerland!

    The length of the zipline is around 2,480 feet and it covers a vertical drop of 674 feet, making for a heart-thumping experience! Apart from Grindelwald, you can also try zip lining in the Forest Fun Park at Zermatt, Parco Avventura in Gordola, Charmey and Alpenhof.

    - Location: First Flieger, Bergstation Firstbahn, 3818 Grindelwald, Switzerland
    - Price: From CHF 50 or Rs. 3,658
    - Difficulty Level: Easy

    8. Skydiving in front of Eiger
    The north face of the Eiger presents some of the most challenging hikes in the entire country but what is little known is the fact that it is an excellent place to try skydiving around. You can choose to jump from an ungodly height of 15,000 feet in the air and plummet at a speed of 120 miles per hour in front of Eiger!

    The beautiful mountainous terrain looks spectacular from a bird’s eye view and once your parachute is pulled, you can glide your way around the beautiful peaks. It is an extreme adventure sport in Switzerland that adults of practically any age can try!

    - Price: CHF 690 or Rs. 50,430
    - Difficulty Level: Difficult

    9. White Water Rafting
    Switzerland offers a plethora of white water rafting experiences, from gentle one-way streams to downright ferocious rivers! You can go whitewater rafting in Interlaken, Gstaad Saanenland, Graubünden (Surselva), Engadin and Valais.

    Landquart in Graubünden offers one of the most challenging white-water rafting experiences in the country where you get to test your endurance and fight powerful rapids for 11 kilometres! For a more slow-paced and milder experience, you can go rafting in the Simme River where the rapids are fewer and far in-between!

    - Difficulty Level: 
    Moderate to Difficult

  2. What are the offbeat & extreme adventure things to do in Switzerland?

    1. Snowkiting
    Snowkiting can be best described as a sport born out of wedlock between wind sailing and snowboarding. This is one of the seasonal extreme adventure sports in Switzerland and can be only enjoyed during the winter months.

    In snowkiting, you basically ride fresh snow on a ski but use the power of a kite to take giant leaps in the air where you are practically sailing through it! This is not a mainstream sport but is fast gaining a strong fanbase! When in Switzerland, you can try snowkiting at Lake Silvaplana, Grimsel Pass and Simplon Pass.

    - Difficulty Level: 

    2. Canyoning
    Canyoning is another off-beat adventure activity that has taken over the imagination of adventure seekers in Switzerland. The rugged landscape of the country with its deep, twisting gorges, rushing rivers, thundering waterfalls and sharp cliff-faces make for the perfect canyoning experience.

    With canyoning, you depend on your brute strength as you jump off cliffs into water, rappel down mountain slopes, slide down waterfalls and swim through active waters!

    In Interlaken, you will find both established routes for canyoning and unchartered territory where you can test your skills. Canyoning is an excellent option, especially during the summer months.

    - Location: Interlaken
    - Price: CHF 129 or Rs. 9,442
    - Difficulty Level: Difficult

    3. Heliskiing or Heliboarding
    Heliskiing or Heliboarding is an activity where you use a helicopter or a small plane to the otherwise unreachable peaks and slopes before you ski or skate down the snow. The best part about heliskiing and heliboarding is that you get access to some spectacular scenery and many-a-times untouched, fresh, powdered snow!

    The altitudes are higher, the scenery is more dramatic and the path is brilliant! You can book the helicopter solo or go for a cheaper alternative and book it in a group. Although it is still more expensive than booking a day pass at the ski lifts, the experience is simply of a once-in-a-lifetime kind! You can choose Verbier, Zermatt, Arolla or Chamonix as your base.

    - Location: Verbier, Zermatt, Arolla and Chamonix
    - Price: From CHF 220 or Rs. 16,100
    - Difficulty Level: Difficult

    4. Skydiving
    When in Switzerland, you can choose to jump out of a plane or a helicopter for a little more mainstream but still spectacular experience of skydiving. The experience of watching the Swiss Alps as you are hurtling towards the ground is unlike any other!

    From the moment the door of the plane opens to the time you open the parachute, it is a heart-thumping experience! The best part is the vistas that you get to enjoy as you cruise down from a height of 11,000 feet above the ground.

    - Location: Lauterbrunnen
    - Price: From INR 28,000
    - Difficulty Level: Medium

    5. Canyon Swing & Fixed Rope Course
    This activity involves swinging from or walking on ropes that are suspended hundreds of feet above the ground. These ropes connect mountains, valleys and glaciers and offer some stunning views.

    Although this may not sound as challenging as diving out of a plane, it sure does take a lot of mental strength to be able to perform the manoeuvre. The plus point is that you have a harness on and the views from the suspension chords are simply unbelievable!

    - Location: Gletscherschlucht Canyon, Grindelwald
    - Price: CHF 139 or Rs. 10,155
    - Difficulty Level: Medium

  3. Which are the famous water sports in Switzerland?

    1. Kayaking
    When in Switzerland, you can kayak in some spectacular lakes surrounded by the Swiss Alps. There are several companies that offer kayaking tours where you can learn to kayak in less than an hour before you get in the waters.

    Kayaking on these blue waters as you explore the shoreline dotted with ancient castles, forts, ruins and vineyards dating back to the Roman times, is an adventure in Switzerland that you need to have! You can choose to share a Kayak with a partner or go on your own on these lakes that stretch out for miles!

    - Location: Interlaken, Switzerland

    2. White Water Rafting
    White water rafting is another adventure sport in Switzerland which is enjoyed by both amateurs and experts alike! If you have had former experience at river rafting and you want to test your endurance, then you can choose to go white water rafting in the might Lutschine which offers miles of non-stop adventure!

    If you are new or still gathering experience, then you can choose to go rafting on the Simme River. It has fewer rapids and plenty of calm waters to give you time to settle yourself!

    - Location: River Lutschine and River Simme

    3. Paddle Boarding
    Paddleboarding is exactly what it sounds like. You stand on a board which is slightly bigger than a normal surfboard and paddle yourself around water. This is the perfect water-based activity for people of all ages and has seen a surge in popularity in the past few years!

    Lake Lucerne and Lake Geneva are excellent spots to polish your paddle boarding skills as you take in the spectacular views of the surroundings!

    - Location: Lake Lucerne and Lake Geneva

    4. Canyoning
    Canyoning is another thrilling water-based activity that you can try in Switzerland as there are several canyons, especially around Interlaken. It involves following gushing rivers as they roll down the slopes.

    With canyoning, you dive from cliffs, rappel down mountain faces and jump off waterfalls. It also involves swimming in natural pools, giving you a chance to relax in-between the rigorous activity! The rugged landscape and the twisting canyons of Switzerland make canyoning here a truly unique activity.

    - Location: Interlaken

    5. Speed Boating
    If speed is what you live for, then speed boating is the perfect alternative to cruising for you! You can hire a speed boat or jet ski and race through the waters, reaching the far-flung ends of the waterbody.

    When in Switzerland, you can ride past waterfalls, reach the lake-side castles and visit islands at most lake destinations on your jet ski in half the time it would take you to cruise!

    - Location: Lake Brienz

    6. Windsurfing
    If you are at or around Lake Lucerne, head over to Urnersee to get the best windsurfing experience in the country! You can maneuver your surfboard, adjust your surfing speed and ride the waves here!

    The winds at the lake vary with every few kilometres, allowing you to choose how fast or how slow you want to go! You can choose to bring your own gear or hire surf boards and sails on the spot!

    - Location: Urnersee, Switzerland

  4. Which are the best adventure theme parks and water parks in Switzerland?

    1. Seilpark Interlaken
    Seilpark, literally ‘rope park’ in German is an adventure park in Interlaken where you can expect a thrilling forest-based adventure filled with zip lines, Tarzan swings and wooden bridges.

    The park has a total of nine courses of varying lengths and heights and 120 different challenges that go as high as 20 metres above the ground. At Seilpark, there is an adventure awaiting everyone, no matter if you are an amateur or a seasoned thrill-seeker!

    - Location: Wagner Strasse, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland

    2. Alpamare Waterpark
    The Alpamare Waterpark is the biggest waterpark in the entire country. The park brings adventure in the form of water slides, pools and jungle-themed activities. You can slide down the Balla Balla, a legendary Alpamare slide which goes on for 261 metres.

    It starts in the dark and a few twists and turns later, you are light speeding along the water! There are several other swings like Mini Canyon, Triple Slide and Ice Express among others, all offering distinct experiences!

    - Location: Gwattstrasse 12, 8808 Freienbach, Switzerland

    3. Connyland
    This is a small amusement park near Kreuzlingen in Switzerland which has been designed for kids! If you are travelling with family, this is where you will find an adventure for kids of all ages!

    They have mini free-falls, swinging pirate ships, indoor climbing structures, trampolines and even rope courses! Apart from these land-based attractions, they also have a few water-based attractions like mini log rides, rafts and spray guns which are a lot of fun on a hot day!

    - Location: Connyland Strasse 1, 8564 Wäldi, Switzerland

    4. Charmey Adventure Park
    A the Charmey Adventure Park, you can try your hand at everything from treetop courses to ziplining and even treasure hunts. The adventures range from easy, intermediate, technically advanced to physically challenging! There are eleven ziplines in total with some of them being over 300 metres in length, having a vertical drop of 400 metres!

    - Location: Rapido Sky, Charrières 3, 1637 Val-de-Charmey, Switzerland

  5. Which are the best places for sledging in Switzerland?

    1. Canton Grabunden
    Tobogganing or traditional sledging is one of the most popular adventure sports in Switzerland. You can take the 5-kilometers long toboggan trail which starts from the Alpine city of Chur which sits 1,000 metres above sea level!

    You start your run in Chur and sledge down the local mountain of Brambrüesch. Other tracks can be found in the towns of Feldis and Tschiertschen along with the legendary toboggan run of Preda-Bergün which is not located very far away!

    - Location: Girabodawäg 16, 7075 Churwalden, Switzerland

    2. Cantons Appenzell & St. Gallen
    The longest sledging run of Eastern Switzerland is situated in these cantons. It starts from the summit of the Kronberg mountain and ends at Jakobsbad. The approximately 4 miles of sledging track covers an altitude difference of 2,532 feet.

    You can arrive at the summit by a cable car and enjoy a thrilling ride with breathtaking views of the north wall of the Santis Mountain and Lake Constance on your way down.

    - Location: St. Josefstrasse 2, 9108 Jakobsbad, Switzerland

    3. Valais
    Sledging in Valais comes in all shapes and forms. There are several tobogganing runs where children and adults of all ages can participate, making it the perfect winter sport. You can try the 13-kilometre long run that starts at Goms Valley and ends at Aletsch Arena.

    There are several excellent sledging spots in lower Valais like Verbier with a 10-kilometre long track, Les Marécottes with a 9-kilometres long track and Champex-Lac with a 7-kilometres long track, among others.

    - Location: Valais, Switzerland

    4. Bern
    The whole canton of Bern can be easily called a hub for adventure activities in Switzerland and therefore it comes as no surprise that it should have some of the best sledging spots! You can try the 15-kilometre long sledging track in Grindelwald or go sledging in the Simmen Valley.

    Other lesser-known but equally beautiful destinations include Saanen Valley, Kander Valley and Engstligen Valley.

    - Location: Bern, Switzerland

  6. Which are the best hiking trails in Switzerland?

    1. Grindelwald, First to Faulhorn
    The trek covers 9.3 kilometres and takes around four hours to cover! This is an intermediate trail and offers stunning views of the peaks of Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau. You can take a cable car to First and start the walk to the Bachalpsee lake. 

    Here, you can take a dip in its warm waters before you continue onwards to Burgihütte and Gassenboden and then reach the summit of Faulhorn. You can choose to come back on the same route or follow the trail to the Schynige Platte.

    - Location:
    First, 3818 Grindelwald, Switzerland

    2. Wildhaus to Säntis
    This is an 8.6-kilometre long trek with a total ascent of 1,500 metres and descent of 0 metres. This must give you a fair idea of what the trek encompasses! The trek takes around 5 hours to complete and weaves through mountain hamlets of Gersellen, Thurwis, Langenbühl and also the mountain hotel Schafboden along the Rotsteinpass. 

    The hike weaves through pristine mountain scenery and if you are lucky, you will also be able to spot wild animals like Alpine ibexes grazing along the route!

    - Location:
    Wildhaus, 9658, Switzerland

    3. Along the Sentierone in the Verzasca Valley
    This is an easy hike with only patches of intermediate difficulty which you can finish at your leisure in around seven hours. The hike covers a total of 20.3 kilometres and starts at the Verzasca Dam. From here, you head over to Corippo, the smallest village in the country and hike up to Lavertezzo. 

    You can take a break here and admire the double-arched Roman bridge before reaching the villages of Gerra and Frasco and finally arriving at your destination in Sonogno.

    - Location:
    Via Valle Verzasca, 6596 Gordola, Switzerland

    4. Aletsch Glacier Trail
    This is one of the most beautiful trails in the entire country and takes around four and half hours to complete. The total distance covered is around 13.9 kilometres and the terrain can be categorized as intermediately hard. 

    On this trail, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Aletsch Glacier and also see mountain peaks like Jungfrau, Aletschhorn, Bietschhorn in the distance!

    - Location:
    Bettmerhorn cable car station
  7. Which are the famous cable car rides in Switzerland?

    1. Stoos Funicular
    This funicular is the world's steepest funicular and overcomes a height difference of 744 metres in only 1.7 kilometres! The funicular connects the Hintere Schlattli to the village resort of Stoos and apart from being an engineering marvel, offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.

    - Location: 6432 Schwyz, Switzerland

    2. Santis Cable Car
    The cable car that travels from Schwägalp and takes the visitors over the ridges to the mountain station is an unforgettable experience in itself! The ride stands at 2,505 metres above the sea level at its highest point and offers views that are simply out of the world!

    - Location: Talstation Schwebebahn, 9107 Schwägalp, Switzerland

    3. The Moleson
    The beautiful mountain peak of Moleson is made accessible by two main cableways. These connect the summit of the peak Moleson to Plan-Francey in Fribourg. The cable cars have panorama windows which offer stunning views of the Fribourg Alps and Valais Alps right up to Mont Blanc.

    - Location: Moléson, 1663 Gruyères, Switzerland

    4. Männlichen Cable Cars
    The modern gondola and cable cars that lead to the winter sports haven of Männlichen allow access to some top-quality skiing and snowboarding sites. When you are in the cable car, you can enjoy spectacular views of the surroundings as you gain altitude. Apart from adventure sports, they also allow access to romantic trails and children’s playgrounds!

    - Location: Männlichen, 3823 Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

  8. Is Switzerland safe for adventure sports?

    Yes, Switzerland is a very safe country for adventure sports as it has very tough rules and regulations that all travel companies and individuals need to follow. Switzerland adheres to the international ISO standard for adventure tourism, making it completely safe.

  9. What is the best time to visit Switzerland for adventure activities?

    The best time for adventure activities around Switzerland is between December and April if you want to visit for snow-based activities like skiing, snowboarding, heliskiing, etc.

    Alternatively, if you are planning to try white water rafting, jet skiing, canyoning, hiking, etc. then the summer months from June to August are the best. Air-based activities, on the other hand, can be done practically any time during the year.