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AiUitrl»>HaiigaT7i iaclnding Dalmatia, Bounia, Bacbarest, Bclg 

ud HonteneKTo. WithTl Uaps, 77 Plans, nod 2 Paaursmag. YAn\ 

tdlUnn. 1911 

ZVffUfam JifM, including; the BsTarlun Htgblandu, Tyrul, SiIeI 

Upper uid Lower AoBtria, Styriu, Carinihia, and Camiola. 

78 Hapfl, IS PUni, and 11 Panor&maa. Twelfth edition. 1<'I1 . 
BelglQin and Holland, tnclndiai; the Grand-Dachy of Lii. 

bourg. With 19 Uapg ud 45 Flang. Fifteenth edition. 1910. 
The Dominion of Canada, witfa SewfoHudlaiid and nn Kn ui 

toAliuka. With U Maps and IS Plans. Fonrth edition. I!>±.' 
Cons tan tlnople and Asia Minor, in OeriuLin only: 
Konitantinopel und Klanatien, Balkarataatea, Archiye!, C%i) 

Mit 18 Karten nod 6S Pllnen, B. Anfl. I9U 3.^ 

Senmark, see Sorway, Sweden, aiid Dentnark, 

Egypt and the Sad&n. With 22 :tlapH, 86 Plans, and SQ Vigai 

Seviinth edition. 1914 

England, Bae Great Britain. 

Pari$ and Its EnvlronB, with Bodtes from London to Parii. ' 
66 Maps and Plans. Nineteenth edition. 1924 

northern Franoe from Belginm and the Engliah Channel to tbi' 1 
eielading Paris and its BnTirong. With 16 Uapa and 55 P 
FUth edition. 1B09 

Southern Franoe from the Loire to the Pyroneea, Anverj;iie. 
CiTeuaeB, the Pranoh Alps, the Rhone Valley, Provenire, the h'r 
Riviera, and Cornea. With 4! Uape, 63 Plana, and 1 Panor 
Slith edition, 1914 

Algeria and T'uaitia, see 7^ Mediterranean. 

B^lia and its EnvinniB. With 30 Maps and Planii. Sixth edi 

Northern Germany as far as the Bavarian and AuHtrian fmnt 
With G4 Maps and 101 Plans. Sixteenth edition. 1913 .... 

Southern Bernumy {Wnrtemberg and BaTaria). With 37 UupB 
60 Plans. Twelfth edition. 1914 

7Ke Rhine Inclndlng the Seven MoantainB, the Moselle, the Vote 
Elfel, the Tannns, the den w ai d md Heidelberg , the VaH|;eB ii 
tains, the Black P y ' ' .. '"! ";■■ ■_■ .... ' ■, ■ g.^ 59 Plans. 
teanth edition. 19f 

Qraat Britain, a 1. With 2i 

SS PUus, and * P*t 

i , 

London and Its EnfiTona. With 45 Uapa uid Pluu. EigMeentb «dl 
tion. 1923 . . . Itta 

areeo», the Gretk hlandt, and an Eicaraion to Crete. With 16 Mape 
30 Plans, tad a PaBoramft of Atheu. Fonrth «diUon. 190» . . . 12i 

HoUand, tet Belgium and HoSand. 

1-nMii, Id Oerman onl;: 

Iridien, Ctflon, Torderindieo, Binna, iie malayiuhe Ealbinael, Siam 
Jara. Mit 38 Eaften, 33 PUaan and 8 amndriuaD. 1914 . 6*. 6d 

Itolf: /. Northern Italy, incloding Leghorn, Ftoreaoe, Kaveana, am 
BontM tlirongh France, Switaarland, and Anstrla. With 36 Uape 
U.Flani, and a Panorama, fonrteenth edition. 1913 ISt 

II. CentralltaiyandRotrit. With 19 Maps, SSFlMUODdViein, and th 
Amu ot the Popes sinee 141T. Fifteenth edition. 1909 . . . . ISi 

III. 8ovthern Italy and Sicily, with EicnrelonB to Malta, Sardinit 
Timta, and Cortn. With 30 Maps and 34 Plans, eixteentb edition 
19« la 

Italg from the Alps to Saplet. With 25 Haps und 52 PUi 
and Sketolise. Second edition. 1909 12i 

The lC»dltoma«an. Seaports and Sea Koutes, inclnding Uadeiri 
the Canary lalajids, the Coast of Morocco, Algeria, and Tnnisii 
With 88 Haps and 4S Plane. 1911 16. 

ITorwar, Svredmi, &iid Daumark, mth Eienrsians to Iceland an 
S]^Ubergen. With 62 Maps, 42 Plana, and 3 Panoramas. Tsnt 
edition. 1912 13 

FRl«Stlil« and Sfria, ioclndlng the principal routes tbroogh Meti 
pctomia and Babylonia. With 21 Uspa, 96 Plans, and a Fanoram 
of Jemsalem. Fifth ediWon. 191fe 18i 

Fortogal, aee Spain and Portagtd. 

Bivloia, see Southern France. 

Bosala, with Teheran, Fort Arthnr, and Peking. With 40 Haps an 
78 Plus. 1914 90 

JUimual of the Ruuian Language, with Tocabnlarr and List i 
Phruaa. 1914 !». 6( 

aooUanrt. see Qreat Britain. 

Spain uul Portugal, with Eienrsions to Tangier and the Balear\ 
/•loMdt. With SO Msps and 69 Plans. Fourth edition. 1913 . . 16 

SvrlUarUad, together with Chamonii and the Italian Lakes. Wl 
80 X^ii, 21 Plans, and 14 Psnorsmas. Twenty-siith editio 
1922 15 

Vytvit see The Eattem A^. 

Vh» TTnltad Statea, with Eioarsloni to MeaMW, Otdto, ¥c(rta> ' 
—4 4lMte. Villi 83 Maps ud 48 PVku. ~E<niitti «eu.\<n.- ^W 

?iibUBh«d at nnb vrioe« 



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With 80 Haps, 31 Town Plaxs, uo 14 Puiobuus 




'So, UCUe biMk, Gad Hsd thee gooi puaa 
And speciilly let thii be thy piiyeie 
ITDto them ill (hit thee vUl ie>d or heu, 
Where thou ut mniiEi ifter theic help to 

Made and I'Hnted in Oermtmy. 

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The HuiDBOOE fob Switzebiahd whb first isaued in 1863 Mtd 
Ib now in ila tveaty-sixtb edition. The long interval since the 
appearanue of the last edition, due to the QreitWir, has necessilst- 
ed * pOTtiGnlsrly thoroogli revision. The volame in divided into 
Beven sections, each of which has its table of contents and may be 
removed hj bending the book sharply back &t the beginning and 
end of each section and b; cutting through the connecting g&nze. 

The Mies ire based on the Siegfried Atlas and the Dntonr Map 
(p. ixvi), revised with the aid of other recent aathorities and from 
the Editor's own experience. — Popdi.atiom fignres are based on 
the censns of Dec. 1st, 1920. 

Fbicbs. Hotel -charges, railway and steamer fares, cab and 
guides' tariffs, etc., which have increased 100 per cent or more since 
1914, have been brought np to date according to the latest available 
Information, but It is iiardly necessary to warn the traveller that 
alabiUty in this respect is not yet to be expected. It should be 
remembered that the difficnlties of the economic sitnation press 
with particular severity nyon the hotel indnstrf . The prices given 
in the Handbook tor French, Italian, Oerman, and Austrian hotels 
must be regarded as relative only. 

The latest TNFOKUATion about travelling, health-resorts, winter- 
sports, etc, is obtainable gratis from tiie Swiss Federal Bailwaya 
(llbKegent St, London, S.W.I; Rue La Fayetle 20, Paris; 241 
Fifth Avenue, New York) or from the OfBce Suisse du Tonrisme, 
Zfirich, LOwen-Strasse 55. 

HneHTS above sea-level are given ia the text in English feet('), 
on the maps in metres (comp. p. xxxvi). — Distakcbs on railways 
ahd main roads are given in English miles, reckoned from the start- 
ing-point of the route; those on bridle-paths and mountain routes 
are expressed by the time taken by an average walker and are 
reckoned from point to point. 

HoTSLB. The aaterisks indicate those hotels which t1M>^I^^^^t 
has reason to believe to be provided witb VVe CQ'mtoT\a «&^ v^^'^' 
veniences expected in an up-to-date estabUs^HttCtA, iiAtA*^^^ 
well mannged and vltb a rcisonable scale ot c'taa.T^ea. tVe"*»* 




book mentioiu & nnraber of the more modest inns also ; at the same 
time the Editor does not donht that there are other eqnall; de- 
serving homes among thOBs not starred nor eren mentioned. To 
hotel-keepers and others the Editor begs to intimate that a char- 
acter for fair dealing is the sole passport to his commendation, 
and that adrertisements of ever; kind arc strictly eiclnded from 
this Handbook. 

The Editor will highly appreciate any Cotihectioss or Si-ii- 
SESTI0II8 with which traTellers ma; faroar him. The information 
already received from nnmerons correspondents, which he grate- 
folly acknowledges, has in many instances proved most serviceable. 
Annotated hotel-bills are slways welcome. 


E. = raom, inclnding light ind it- 


toadince; algg-^ionte. 

B, = breikful. 

0., ot = drea, abont. 

L. = Innehmn. 

fr.T, franc. 

P.' =- peoion (room and board). 

L. -"l^ atily). 

8. = .upper. 

Jl — mark* (GsrmanT). 

rfmti. = refreibmenU. 

S- kronen (Anitria). 

Alb. — albergo [tUIian inn). 

PI. = plan. 

Gr;-Hflt. = Grsnd-HStel. 

8.A-C. - 8wiM Alpine Clnb. 



km. = kilometre. 


kg. ^ kilogrsmme. 

n.«. Railway. 

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IntrodnctioD liii 

Bonta I> ITortham S'witserl&ud, 

1. From Belfort (Paris) to B&le 9 

2. BSle 3 

8. From BUe to Beroe vift Oltsn and Hent^enbnohRee . . 11 

4. From Bftle to Lnoerce rit Olten IS 

6. From BUe to ZBricb or Winterthnr tIA Stein .... 16 

6. From Olten to ZOrich vU Aaraa 19 

7. From BUe to SohaShanBen and CoDstance b; the German 
Bailway 2S 

8. The Falls of the Rhine 26 

0. The Qerman and Anstrian Banks of the Lake ol Constance 27 

10. From Schaffhanaen vift Etzwilen to Constance, Boniaae- 
born, and Rorschach 80 

11. From SchaffhauBen to ZOrich 33 

12. Zarich and Ha Environs. Uetliberg 34 

IS. From Zurich to Sargans (Coire). Lake of ZOrich and 

Walensee 45 

14. From Zflrich to Romanshom viS Winterthnr . . . . fiS 

15. From Zfirich to Rorschach Tift St. Qall .66 

16. From Romanshorn to Rapperawll vlft St. OaU and Wattwil 59 

17. From Wil throngh the Toggeubarg to Bnohs in the Bbiae 
Valley .60 

IS. The Canton of Appenzell 68 

19. From Borschach to Coire 69 

20. RagalA and its EoTirons. Pfifera 72 

21. From Zfirich to OlaniB and Linthal 76 

22. From Linthal to Altdorf via the Klausen FasB. Sch&ehen- 
Tal 81 

83. From Schwyi to OUtdb orer the Fragel S8 

84. From Glams to Elm throngh the Semf-Tal 85 

n. Centntl Bwitmrlaud, Iiak« of Laoame and Its 
BavlronB. The St. Gtotthud. 
26. From ZArieh \iA Zng to Arth-Ooldan (St. Oetthard, Big!) 

or to Lnceme %% 

86. From Wldensvll to Arth-Qoldan. BiuBledeln .... '^'^ 

87. LnCeme and its EnviroaB ^^^ 

88. Lake of Lowrafl .... ■ ■ ■ ■ "^ 
SB, TheJiigi . ■ ■* 


fill CONTBKTa 

Bouta Pige 

80. from Lneerne r!l SUnft^Sttd to Alpnacli-SUd. FUatni. 
StuuerHam 118 

81. From Laoeme tII Arth-Ooldau to OORcbeneD (Lugano). 

Bt. Oolthard Railwaf 1 1 T 

88. From OSscbcnen to Anderni*tt and over tie St. Gottfaard 

to Airolo 124 

33. From Amsteg to the MadonnerTal 1S8 

Si. From Aodennatt to the Rhone QUeier. The Fnrka Rail- 
way and Boad 130 

8S. From Stana-Stad to Engelberg 133 

36. From Laoeroe aver the Brflnlg to Melriiigen and Inter- 
Uken 138 

37. From Meiringen to Eogelherg. Engatlen-Alp. Joch Pass US 

38. From Ueirtngeu to Waisen. Snaten Pbsb 144 . 

39. From Lacerne to Berae. Entlebnch. Emmen-Tal . . 146 

40. From I-Dcerne to Wjldegg (Aaron). Seetal .... 149 

HL The BamsM Oberland. 

41. Berne and its EnTirons 153 

42. From Berne to Than 161 

43. Spiea and the Lover Eander-Tal. The Nieaen ... 164 

44. From Than to Inlerlalen. Lake of Than 167 

46. laterkken and its Environa 171 

46. The Laaterbninnen Vallej and Htlrren '. 177 

47. From Interlaken viii Lanterbranaea or Qrindelwald to 

tbe Little Scheidegg. The Jnngfran Bailwa; . . . . 18& 

48. Qrindeiwald and its Enrirons 192 

49. From Meiringen to Interlaken. Lake of Brieni . . . 198 

50. From Meiringen to Grindeiwald over the Great Scheidegg SOB 

51. From Meiringen to the Rhone Qlacier OTer the Orimael S04 

52. FromSpieiviftKanderstegtoBrigDe. LStach berg Railway 208 
93. From Fmtigen to Adelboden 214 

54. From Spiez (Interlaken) to Zweiaimmea and Saanen 
(Houtreni) 216 

55. From Zveiaimmen to Lenk. The Upper Simmen-Tftl BSO 

IT. Westam SwltBerlsnd. Itske of Qsneva. 
Iiower Talley of th« Bbone. 

66. From Bile to Bleone and Nenohatel throngh the Tal 
Hoatier 224 

67. PromBUetoBienneriaOltenanilBoleiiTe. Weliaengtela 229 

68. From Berne to Kenohitel 232 

From Nenchfttel to La Chani -de-Fonda and Le Locle . 337 

-tm Nenchfttel to Fontarlier .- ... 339 

m Unssnne vifi Vallorho In Pontarllcr 341 



Itonle e»g» 

«8. Pram Heaeh&tel to Laasanue (&enevs) 943 

63; From Bleone or Soleare to Lausanne Tift Lyss . . . 345 

64. From Berne to Lansanne (Geneva) via Fribonrg . . . 347 ' 

60. From Zireialmmen to HontrenT, Chflteau d'Oei . . . 2G3 

66. Qeneva and its Environi S65 

- 67. The Lake of l3eDeT& 268 

68. LaoBanne S75 

69. Yevej and Hontrenx and their EnviroaB 279 

70. From Lanianne to Hartignj 366 

71. From Aigle to Champ^ry. Tal d'llliez 291 

79. From Aigle to Les Diablerets and over the Col de Pillon 

to Oatiad 292 

78. From Bei to Or;oD, Tillars, and Cbesiirea .... 295 

74. Prom Martigny to Cliampei 297 

V. Cbamonlx, tb« Valals, and the Adjacent 
Italian Alps, 

75. From Geneva to Chamonii 301 

76. From Martign; to Chamonix 807 

77. Chamonii and Mont Blanc 313 

78. From Chamonii to Coarmsjear over the Col dn Bon- 
homme and the Col de la Seigne. Tour dn Mont Blanc . 32S 

79. From Conrmajear to A.OBta 328 

80. From Martigny to Aosta over the Oreat St. Bernard . 380 

81. From Sembranclier (M;art!gnj)to the Tal de Bagnes . . 338 

89. Frotn Hartigny to Brigne 841 

83. The Sonthem TaUeys of the Valais, between Martigny 

and Visp 349 

84. From Viap to Zermatt 361 

85. From Stalden (Visp) to the Saas Valley. Saas im Qrnnd, 
Saas-Fee, and Mattmark 372 

S6. From the Saas Valley to Hacugnaga and round Monte 

Rosa to Zermatt 376 

87. From Brigne and from Ulrichen to Domodossola. The 
Simpton Railway and Boad 3S0 

88. From Brigne to Oletsob. Forka Railway 387 

SO. From the Rhone Valley to the Aletsch Olacier . . . 390 

VI. Bouth-Eastern Bwitserland. Tbe OrlBona. 

90. Cofre and its Environs 399 

91. From Coire to Aroaa. The ScbanQgg 399 

99. From Landqaart vjft Klosters to Davos. The PiU-V^a.-a. ^^- 

93. DavoB and its KnviroDS *** 

94. From Coire to TiefBrnaatel via ChftrwaUen . . ■ ■ ^^?^ , 
96. FromTVeftncaslel toSihaplana over «>e Jo^Wf • " T( 



SoaU Piga 
96. From Coire Til ThoRli Rod PlllaDr to tke Upper Engi- ] 

dine. Albnla Bulnj US 

QT. St. HorJt* uid the Upper Engsdine u fmr la Hslajm . 428 

98. Pontresina ind its BoTirosi 435 

99. From 81. Horiti and PonlreBina to Tinmt. Benin* 
Balliray 44S 

100. FromSt. MoritstoSclialB-Tarwp. The Loirer EngadJne 446 

101. From Zeroctz vil the Ofeo Paa» to the HAssUr-Ttl . 455 
lOS. From Thasis over the Splflgca to ChisTcnna ud Colico 45S 

103. From Spldgen overthe Bernardino to Bellianna . . 463 

104. From Coire to Andennatt throngh the Vorder-Rhein 
Valley and over the Oberalp Pass 465 

105. From Diaentii over the Lnkmanier to Biases . . . 474 

Vn. The ItoliuQ Lahea. 

106. From QOaehenen to Lngano and Chiaaao (Milan) . . 477 

107. From Bellinzona to Locarno 483 

108. Lago Maggiore 488 

109. Lugano and its Lake 495 

110. The Lake of Como 503 

Indei 509 

List of Maps. 

(Otrmp. the Key Map after Ms Index,) 

1. Map of Switzerland (1; 1,000,000), before the title-page. 

2. Environs ofSchaffhausen (1; 33,000) 25 

3. Environs o( Constance (1 ; 150,000) 27 

4. Lakeof Constance (Bcdeasee; 1:850,000) 29 

5. Environs of ZBrich (1 : 70,000) 44 

6. Lakes of Zfirich and Zug (1 : 250,000) 46 

7. Canton of Appeniell (1 : 850,000) 60 

8. Environs of St. Gall and Appeniell (1 : 150,000) ... 62 

9. Enrirons of the Sentig, Toggenbnrg, etc. (1:160,000) . 67 

10. Enrirons of EagatB (1 r 150,000) 70 

11. Environs of Olaroa (1:150,000) 76 

12. TOdi Diatriot (1 : 150,000) 80 

13. Unotatal, PraRcl, Sihltal (1 : 150,000) 83 

14. Eavlroas of Lnceme (1 : 75,000) 94 

15. Lake of Lnceme (Viervaldstitter See; 1 : 150,000) . . 101 

16. The Bigi (1 : 100,000) 109 

17. EnTlronHoftheSt.GotthBrd (1:250,000) 118 

18-20. fipirarrunnel8nftheSt.Hi>(thar.lRailB-sy(1:96,0O0)l22,48O 


MAfS. li 

fi Pue 

rift District (1:150,000) 184 

28. Environs of Bngelberg (1:150,000) 133 

23. Enrirona ot Beme {1 : 70,000) 160 

24. Environs of Tbun {1 : 26,000) 164 

25. BernsBO Oberknd (1 : 350,000) 164 

96. Lake o( Thiin and the Lower Valleys of the Sirame and 

Sander (1 : 150,000) 167 

27. Environa of Intertaken (1 : 26,000) 172 

28. Environs of Grindelwaid (1 : 150,000) 172 

29. Upper Lauterbrnnnen Valley (1:150,000) 181 , 

30. Environs ot Kandersteg (1 : 150,000) 211 

31. The Valley of the Sarine and the Upper Valley of the 
Simme (1 : 150,000) 217 

32. The North-Eastem Jura (1 : 150,000] 224 

33. The North-Weatem Jura (1 : 150,000) 237 

34. Tbe Central Jura (1 : 150,000) 240 

35. The Soutb-Western Jura (1:150,000) 242 

36. Environs of Pribonrg (1: 27,500) 248 

37. The Northern Pays deVaud (1:150,000) 260 

38. Environs of <Jene»a (1 : 150,000) 265 

39. Lake ot Geneva (1 : 250,000) 269 

40. Environs ot Montreni (1 : 50,000) 280 

41. Ormont Valleys (1 : 150,000) 287 

42. Val d'lUiei and Dent du Midi (1 : 150,000) .... 289 

43. Central Savoy (1 : 250,000) 303 

44. Chamonii and Mont Blanc (1:150.000) 311 

45. Environs ot the Great St. Bernard (1 : 150,000) ... 331 

46. The Southern EDvirona of Sion (1 : 150,000) .... 348 

47. Environs ot Arolla (1 : 150,000) 351 

48. Environs ot Sierre, Val d'Anniyiers, and Tart mano Valley 
(1:150,000) 356 

49. Lower Visp Valley and Environs ot Saas (1 : 150,000) . 361 

50. Environs of Zerraatt (1:150,000) 363 

51. Upper Saas Vallev, Val d'Antrona, and Val d'Aniasca 
(1:150,000) . ■ 374 

52. Environs of the Simpson uid Val Antigorio (1 : 150,000) 381 
53.' Environs ot the Dries Pass, aad theNortb-WeatemTicino 

Alps (1 : 160,000) 385 

64. AletBOh District (1 : 150,000) 390 

55. CcDtral Griaons Alps, from Coire to Samadeu (1 : 250,000) 394 

66. Environs ot Coire, Scban%g, and Arosa (1 : 150,000) . 398 

57. The Pratigan and Montafoo (1:250,000) Wfi 

&8. The Silvretta Gronp and Lower Bngadiae (,l-.150,(WWi . «1^ 

59. Environs of Thusis and Tiefencastel (.1 : l&0,OOCf) . ■ ^^-^ 

60. The Upp^-rKiigadJne from tfalnja to8amaa6n(,l-.1-S>(l,WVSl ^^^ 



I. Environa ol St. Horiti snd PantiMina (1 : 50,000) . . 

!. Northern Yd TeUini Alps (1 ; l&O.OOO) 

I, The Upper Engadine from Samsden toZerueti (1 : 150,000) 

1. The Lower Engsdine (1:250,000) 

i. Environs ot Schula (1 : 150,000) 

I. The Engadiae and Tal Tellint (1 ; 500,000) .... 
'. District from the Lukmanicr to the Mitloja (1 : 250,000) 

1. Enrirons ot the Splbfcn (1 : 150,000) 

I. EnTirons of Ilanz and FUms (1 : 150,000) 

I. The Lugnetz-Ta] and its Lateral Valleys (1 : 150,000) . 

.. Val Tavetaoli and Val Medel (1 : 150,000) 

I. VaUe Leventina, Val Blenio, and Rheinvald Mountains 


I. Environs of Locarno (1 ; 150,000) 

1. LagoMaggiore (1:250,000) 

>. Environs of Pallanza (1 : 65,000) 

>. Environs of Stresa (1 : 65,000) 

'. Environs of Lugano (1: 150,000) 

i. Lakes of Corno and Lngano (1 : 350,000j 

I. Environs of Como (1 : 28,000) 

). Key Map of Switzerland (1 : 1,900,000), after the Indei. 

FUiiB ot Towns. 

Bile. . 

3 1 

Heme . 




Ooire (Chur 




8t. Gall 


Geneva . 



Lindftu . 




12. Lucerne . . 

13. Lagano . . . 

14. Montreux . . 

15. Neuchatcl . . 

16. RagatE . . . 

17. Schaffbuusen . 

18. Soleure (Solothurn) . 

19. Vevey . . . 

20. Winterthur . 

21. ZBricli . . . 

Panoramas and Views. 

1. Berne . . . . 

S. Eggishora . , . 

8. Fanlhoni . . . 

4. Pligire . . . . 

5. Monte Generoso . 

6. G-omer Grat . . 

7. Jungfrau-.Toch 

S. Piz Langnard . 

9, Mfirren . . . 

10. Nenchfitel , . 

11. Klesen . . . 
18. Pllatna . . . 

13. Hlgi-Enlni . . 

14. Stanser Hnrn 



I. Plin of Tonr ^ 

Tonriit AgenH, Vlsif Pointi, it. — Alpine Glow, ivl. 

II. Bontes from London to Svitierland xtI 

Time, PiiBport*, x*l. — Onalom Hoaas, Honey, xvii. 

III. Climate. Health Beaorta itH 

IT. Hotels and Peuriona ui 

7. ConTejuicea ixii 

BiUiTBya, iili. — Hotoi Oare, Illligencfla, Steam- 
boata, ixili. 
VI. W&lklng Tonrs. MountainecrinK ixili 

Headqaaiters , Eqnipmeiit, xiili. — Snisa Alpine 
Olnb, IIT, - Goiiea, i.ti. — Kapa, »ivi. 

VII. Motoring. Cycliog. Golf. Winter Sports . . . xmi 

vni. Foatal Information xzxi 

IS. Hiatory and Constitution mi 

Bibllograpby, Llat of Cantoaa, iiiv. 

X. Comparative Tables of Measures . . . . xxiTi 

I. Flam of Tonr. 
SMWOn. The great majority of toarista visit SwiUerland be- 
tween the middle of Jnly and the end of Aagnst; but for tboie 
who wish to see the eceuery, the vegetation, and particalarl; the 
Alpine flowers in perfection, the most charming time U from the 
middle of May till the beginning at Jul;. The best time for the 
XiOke of Geneva and the Italian Lakes is in epringandantuinn(comp. 
p. xrlf). For eipeditions among the higher Alps, from the begin- 
ning of July till the middle of September is the best season. The 
hotel* at the summer-re sorts are nsDally open only from Ma; till 
the end of September. Jannar; is the best month for winter-sports 

- Diatrlbatloii of Time. The following spccimeu tours will 
enable the traveller to formulate his own programme. The cheap- 
eat and most comfortable plan is to chose suitable spota as bead- 
qnarters and to make duly excursions thence. 

RvB Wxmei N. aid Certrii. SwraziBLAUD, BKRauE OmiiLtHD, 

Talus, iST> W, S>nrtziiKi.iiiD. \n.^i 

aekafhmitn aod the PaUt of Me Wiint (B. S)\ nW-nv^ \n 'IAx\^ ^ 

MartOt ui'ai Uemberf'(R. ii)'. '. '.,'. 

Railway rtt Arth-Oalilm to the Bigi-Kvlm (IL S6, Zdt ■ ■ - ■ 

DigniodD, Google 

.»i¥ I. PLAN OF TODH. 

B4IIW17 l« Vtlmaii, or on foot to Weggii; *te*m»[ ta Luoens 
(B. M) 

Lueeme (B. 11} u4 PUatia (p. ltB|; tUuiin ta Bnmnen (K. 11). 

Biraralan ta ttie AxmtlHn; itumnr to rUtbti (R. tB; 01 ilaamn 
- -' "~ UipUtte ud tbeuM oa toot); Bl OotUiiid Ballws; to 

AmHea ^ SI). 
I. Gottfiird B-"— 

lat to OSt&auH (R. 81); ScbfllleaeD 
H«Ilw«r or on foot to AndermiM (B. SJ) . ... . 

Ovn Om Fnrlu to tb« Rhone Qbteier (R. tti: dtire or tA vier 
tbe Grimttl T«<iDnion to the Little ^sdoltinTii) to the Qiiniae] 
Hoiplce (R. Gl) 

Drive or walk dowD the BiuU-Tai to aMnnf«n (R. 51, 4») . . 

Oible [itilw>y to tha Upper ReichenbaOi FaU |p. IW); wiU aver 
the Oraie ScTiadegg to Grindelwild (B. M] 

Bionrjiioiia from SrinifeiwoJd (B. 48) 

B1IIW17 to the lAlUe Sehmdega (Jungfrau Raituaa, 'I, di; eKtri] ; 
w»llt np tbe Laiiberlutm snd tu Wengern Alp; rsilmy to Lav- 
terbrunnen (&.*!] 

Cible TBilwiy to Xarren (p. IBO); walk Tit tfa« Upper BIMnberg 
sod Traeiutaauaien to Linteibniineii j railway to Inttrlaken 
(B. *8) 

Exonniotia fiom Interlaicat (R. W) t-t 

Steamer to T^un c); ficncaioiii from 'niim (R.U). ... 

Ldtiobbarg Railway to ifomtersiejf and eicnrsioiu from Kandereteg; 
LStschberg Biilvay to BrigM (B. 5!) i-i. 

To the AJeUch GlacUr and np tbe Eggilhom (B. 8») tS 

Railway vii Martigny (B. «t, 70) to Jfonervni 
Montreui (B.;o, 89); railway to Lautamte {B,fl7a, 68) 

Steamer to QecBva (B. 6Tb); QnuGa IB. 66) 

Railway t1& LaaHamie and fHbntrv to Berne (R. U) . . 
Berne (B. dl); railway to BUe (R. i); Bdlt (B. X) . . . 

Zermitt (R. Sii . 
liona from 

border Bhain VaUey (Diaei 
(R. IW, 98) . . , . , 
isil the Via Mala aa tar 

a-viij viS BtrgUn to Si. Woriis or Fontretina |B. B6) . 

Eisnralnna In the Upper Engadine (Unottaa Maraigl, Boaeeg QU- 
cier and over the Fnorcla SnrleJ ta 811b, Diavoraiza Tour and 

jratach Glider, , -- , 

Prom Silvajiana over tbe Jidier (or from Maloja on toot ovei 

Beptimer] to BMo, nnri thence by diligsncc to TiefencatUl (B 
AlboU Bailway to Coire (H. 86); rsilway vii Ragatz (Pfsferi 

SitTEBB Dtia: BBRBEes Osielimi, Uioi, axd Luu or LuosBKji. 

Bile (B. i) and railway to Bene (B. I) . . - !■; 

flenw (R. 41) and railway to Than (B. 42) 1>, 

to /nterlofam (B. 4. ■ — ■ - - --■ 

to Ihfl Schi/nige j 

6. 191); down to L._ _ ., _ _ ,_.. __, . . . 

vii the Little Schtidegg (on foot to the Lanherborti ud 

-n Alp) to iMaterbTtaman JR. 4'^ . . . 

^0 aarre% (p. 160) and back to IntCTUken 

tbe QifAae\ and A-iena (B, tB) . . 



Bulw«y to Keirinaen. vi 

« Oorge of Die iare (p. 198) lo Inmrtkirchm |p. tOi) . 
nilk am the Joch Pua lo Bagtaerg (R. SIJ . 
hallway Til Buuu [St^naet Honi) to Slaiiulad; i 

Tapn Wbzei: Cbanofii ud tbb Sobtsiu Tiu-its or tbx TAi.Aia. 

From Bile *ll Berne &nd Fribourg {Vi. 3, 61) or viS Soteare fWeiasen- 
st«ln) asd WmeAfUeZ {R. M) to Lamamte (B' ^) "^ Gflueift 
(B. 87): a«Mva(H. Ml S-4 

Railway ta Obamonii (R. 15); Chomonix (B. TTlj railway to JTor- 
llgny (R. 78] 1 

5«itA«m VeUeyii of th 

at. Oottbird Railway to ZUHch or iucerne (R. 31) . 

Tis OR Twelve Due: Iiiuas Laeis. 
8t Oottbud Bailvay ta Locuno (B, 106, lOT) ; Locarno Ip. JSi) . v 
Stwmn to nrilmza or Stress; viiit the BonomBaD IiUnde (R. 106) S 
Btmmn to LiUnO (p. WO); eleam-traiDway to Fonle Treia (p. IN); 

ataonei to Lngaoo (pp. 601, 501) I 

ExCTTdona from Lupnno (R. 109); Monta Genoroeo [p. 601) . . . i 
Rilliray to Como (p. 607): •teimer lo Btliaaio (R. 110) .... I 
Viait tfie Tlllu Socbelloui and Hebi (p. 503) lad the TUU Oulatta 

at Cadenabbia {p. 606) . 
Steaner to Uenaggio (p. 6C_, . .. ^ ... 

to Laguo (tor tiie St. Gotthud Bdlwiy) . 

Tourist Agents. The following ngents in London arrange 
condacteii or independent toura throngh Switzerland by railway, 
motor-oar, md Bteamer, book tickets, reserve botel sccommodation, 
provide oflnri era, etc. Z'A(W.Cooft(&S(m,LndgateCircus,E.C.4, etu.; 
American Expreet Co., 6 Baymsrket, S.W. 1 ; Dr. Henry S. Luna 
Ltd., 5 Endsleigb Gardens, N.W. 1 ; Pickfords Ltd., 26 Higb Hol- 
bom, W.C. 1 ; George Lwm't Tours Ltd., 176 Fleet St., E.C. 4. 

Among tbe most famoUB and most accesaible View FalntB 
are the following. In tbe Jura: the Weimatatein (p. 231), Signal 
de Cheixbreg (p. S81), and Signal de Bovgij (p. 271). Among the 
Lower Alpa: the Rigi (p. 109), Pilatua (p. 114), and Eochera dp. 
Naye (p. 28S); on the B. side, Monte San Saivaiore (p. 498) and 
Monte Qeneroto (p. 501) In tbe Bernese Oberland: tbe Nieaen 
(p. 166), Schynige Hatte (p. 176), Murren (p. 181), Wettgem Alp 
(p. 187), Jungfraujoch (p. 191), Lanberhom (p. 188X and Faai- 
hom (p. 197). In tbe Valaia: Eggishom {p, 393), Bella Tola 
(p. 359), and Schwarziwm (p. 360); near Zemiatt, the Gfft^net 
Oral (p. 866). In the Engadine: MmUas MuraigV ks- ^^*> "^'^ 
Ph Lopguard (p. 440). — The air is oleweB*, m ftid twM '^'f^^ 
fngs and in lie enaioge, and where IheTe Me 'VioVd'ta ^^e?* 



thanld be apent st tba top, Beptember is ubqiUj the most Uvour- 
able month. ' 

Alplut Olow ii ths nui* giiea to tka rloh glow hob od tha uoirv 

puki ud rodiv (naimlt* of thaAl^ " ' — *" " 

bu dlMppsuea boin Tiew, whll 

n. Boutsa from London to Sirltwrlknd. 

Ml the train! itsrt from Yictaiia Station, thoie tor the New- 
haieu-Dieppe roata from the L.B. ft S.C3. itBtlon, the rait (ram 
the S.E. & C.B. *t&tlon. Beati in the trolni and berthi tad OnblDi 
on the itesmen ma; be booked in &dTUiee at Vietoiia. Betara- 
tieketa b; the Bile, Bemc, uidLanunne rontea are Tilid for 60 dayi, 
b; the Geneva route 45 dajs. Children's ticketa are laiDsd at hall- 
fuel (age-limlta 3-lS in England, 3-7 in France, 4-lS inSwitierland, 
and 3'8 in Belgium). Lnggage ma; be re^sterod throngh to moat 
large towns In Switierluid. The aea-paasage from Dover to Calais 
takes I'/i hr,, from Folkestoae to Boulogne I'/j hr., from Dover to 
Oatend 4hrs,, and from Newhaveu to Bieppe 2Vi hn. Becond- 
class paasengers ma; travel in the saloon on board the ateamers for 
an extra pajment. Fassengera viS Paris arrive at the Qare du Nord 
(those vi& Dieppe at the Oare St. Luare) and leave for Biritzerland 
from the Gare de L;on or Gare de I'Est; pasaengera b; the throngh 
trains from Calais or Bonlogiie to Btle vil Laon avoid the drive 
across Paris. Fares (about 61. flrat class, 4 2. second class; return 
tickets abont 10 1, and 7 1.) and times (about lS-22 hrs.) are subject 
to trequeot alterations. 

Time. Central European Time (Switzerland, Italy, German;, 
and the Tyrol) is one hour in advance of Western European or 
Greenwich Time (Eogluid and France). During the summer, how- 
ever, clochi are advanced one hour in England and France, bnt 
not 1q Switzerland. 

Pai<portB. Travellera to Switzerland mast be provided with a 
passport and a visa from a Swiss consulate. British subjects require 
visas also for Italy, Germany, and Austria, but not for France or 
Bclginmj Americans require visas for all countries except Bel- 
giuio. — Foreigners must report to the police in Switzerland it 
their stay exceed three months, 

?UBpaiti for Britisb aabjecli are obtuned {lom the Paupoit Officf, 
I Lake BalldiDgB. SI. Junea'i Put, London, 8.W. 1 (opan lO-L Bat. 10-1]. 
They are available for two yeua (feeTt. Sd,; renewatti.]. Application 
■bonld be msde it leut two daya in advance. A dscluation bu to h« 
mads on the foim inpplied, accompanied hy pbotogiapha and verified by 
a lawyer, olerg^inan, doctor, bank maniger, or magistrate, Botb piaa- 
potti and viaas, howaver, may be obtained throngh any tonrlat agent at 

The Bwlaa via. {available three montbi, 8 >. ; for one yew, oniblinL' 
the holder to eroai the frontier M often as deaired, 10(.) ia obtained at 
JOUjiperWimpolegt., W. 1 (open 11-1 and t-t. Bat, Il-l); the French v<n 


IL HONBY. xfii 

(Mt.)tt 1 Qowet Bt., W.C.I (open 1»4, Sat. 1(^1); ths lUliu viai, if 
required (i $., for six moiithB 8 i. ; eitri photograph demanded), at U 
Kmlmrr Siioare, E.C. 1. 

Id the United States appljcatiDnH for pagspoits ahoald be made la 
the Btuean of CitiieiuEup, Shta Daputmeat, WaihingtoD, D.C. 

CUBtom House. Luggage (even if registered tbraugl^ nnder- 
goei eiaminfttion at evety frontier, the Freach officials being espe- 
ciftlly strict. Tobacco (small amount nBaaU; passed free), matches 
(in Fmnce), and a Tarietf of mannfactnred articlea (if nev) paj 
doty, aud all article! thought to be liable to duty should be im- 
mediate); declared. As a rule the traveller should restrict hia 
belengings aa far as possible to wearing apparel and articles for 
personal use. — The chief articles dntiable inEnglaod are tobacco, 
spirits and perfumes, streets, tratches aud clocks, ecieutific lustra- 
meuts, aud optical glass. Foreign reprints of English copyright 
books are coDflscated, 

Koney. The Striss monetary system was assimilated to that 
otFranceiulSSl, hut since the War the relative value of the French 
franc has been mach depreciated. In gold there are Svise coins of 
20 fr. (now never seen), in silver of 5, 2, 1, and >/, fr., in sickel 20, 
10, and 5 centimes (or 'Happen'), and in copper 2 and 1 c. pieces. 
Italian, French, Belgian, and Qreek coias are no longer carrent. 
The Swiss National Bank issaes legal tender notes of 5, 20, 25, 50, 
100, 500, and 1000 fr. One franc = 100 c. = 9'/, d. normally (but 
the eieliange stands at present somewhat in Switierland's favour}. 
English bank-notes (but not treasury notes) are received almost 
everywhere at the tall value; but the circular notes, issued by 
many of the English and American banks, are safer tor carrying 
targe sums. The cheques issued by the American Express Co. and 
by the American Bankers Association may be recommended also. — 
In Savoi/ (Chanionix) railway and diligence tickets must be paid 
for in French money. Not more than 5000 fr. in bank-notes (of 
any country) or 10 fr. in silver may be taken out of France. 

m. Climate. Health Beaorte. 

Tk6 Purity of the Atmosphere stands in direct ratio to the 
-height above the sea-level. Apart from accidental inter raptions, 
' eanaed by the presence of manofactories or similar sources of 
atmospheric impurity, the nnmber of bacteria steadily diminishes 
as ve ascend, nntil at about G500' above the sea-level they entirely 

The Warmtii of the atmosphere is in inverse ratio to the height. 
Among the Alps the average fall in temperatnre is on the N . '»&b 
8.74° Fahr., and on the 8. side 3.78° Fahr., (or eietj \.WW ol ««- 
oebt. The mean temperature of the tbree monlbs ol siua^&e.^ "va 
68" in London, 64° in Paris, and 71° in NewToiV.-, amonftV^fc *^V*- 

aiKDMm's Sffitierluid. SBtb Edition. \» 


iriii 111 CLIHATB. 

it is only !>7.i° at Quia, S7° at dt. Beatrnbt^rg, 6e.S° at Churwsldrn, 

56.5° at Engelbery, 50.9° at Sils-Maria, 50.T id Aroat, and 48.3° 
OD the Bigi-Kalm. 

The Decreaae of Aimotpheric /Vewnire as we Rsrend is import- 
ant. Tike barometer, Indicating a preienre of 30 in. at the sca- 
lerel, falls to 28 Ln. at 1640', to 26'/, in. at 3280', and to 24'/* w. 
at 4930'. Anyone who mount* rapidly from the vallevi by a 
monntain-railway (e.g. to the Rigi or to D«tob) will be conacions 
of a diatinet diminntion of prennre. At the same time the greater 
intenaity of the ann'g rays is immediitelj (elt on the higher leiela, 
where 'sunborning' takes plaee raacb more rapidly than in the 
warmer valleys. 

The Mouliire in the air la by no nieana conatant at high levela, 
but evaporation is much more copioas than in the plains. This is 
especially obvious in the Orisons; fresh meat exposed to (he dry, 
pure, cold air of that region dries up withoot putrefying. 

The crest of the Alpa acta aa a huge dividing-wall between the 
Polar and the Eqnatarial Winds, the latter of which frequently 
deposit their moisture in the form of rainfall on the S. aide of the 
mountain-range. The best-known wiud is the FOhn, a warm 8. 
wind that blows with great impetuosity in E, Swil^erlitnd and the 
upper valleys oC the Bhine, Lintb, Keuss, and Rhone, and is fre- 
quently followed by sudden and heavy rain. On its approach the 
atmosphere appears thick and the mountains are enveloped in haze, 
though sometimea, on the contrary, they stand out with unuanal 
distinctness. The barometE^r mpidlj falls, while the thermometer 
rises; man and beast feel languid; and finally u storm bursts that 
is sometiraeB not without danger to the incautious. The Ffihii is 
reckoned to blow for 17 days in spring, H davs in summer, and 
10 days JD autumn. The cold N.E. wind, known" aa the Bise, which 
blows in the direction of Geneva, between the Bernese Oberlaud aud 
the Jnra, is little noticeable in soninier. Mention must be made of the 
numerous local winds that prevail at the higher levels and are of im- 
portance to invalids; e.g. the uniform morning-wind, blowing down- 
hill, in regular alternation with the evening-wind, blowing up-hill. 

The higher inhabited regions of Switxcrlaud may be divided 
into three zones. The lowest of these, the HiU Helton, between 
1300' and 2600' above the sea-level, embraces the banks of the 
lakes in H.E. and Central Switzerland and the adjacent monntain- 
slopes, on which the walnut-tree and chestnut floarish in full 
luxuriance. At the height of summer this region is often too hot, 
hut a pleasant refreshment is afforded by the late-baths. The 
warmest of the lakes ia the Lake of Constance {68-7S° Fahr.). The 
second, or JUToufUoinJIe^ion.cxtenda from 2600' to 3900'. Within 
its lltniti are nomerous towna and villages, while deciduous and 
-wniferous trees flonriah. Within the third, or Alpine Region 


ni. CLIMATE. zii 

(3900' to 6550'), only coniFerans trees are found, and these but tu 
a limited extent. The monntain-climalc, with ita characteristicallj 
cold and rari fled atmosphere, reigns aapreme. Name roa a admirable 
resorts, rendered accessible even tor the vre»k and delicate iy 
means of mountain railways and diligences, are to be foaud on the 
monntainb and in the elevated Talleys oC this region. 

The moat important climatic consideration in judging of a health 
resort is its Height above the sea-lerel, thoagh occasionally other 
factors demand attention. Part of S. Switzerland, more especially 
the N. banks of the lakes of Oeneva and Lngano, has a warm, N. 
Italian climate, in consequence of ita admirable protection from the 
N. vitid, its low elevation above the sea-level, and the exposare 
to an (UDsnally powerful snn ; so that the pleaaantest seasons for a 
visit are spring and autumn, when the whey-cure and grape-care 
are in full swing. In SDmmer, visitors in search of health are glad 
to retreat to a station one stage higher. 

Switserland possesses few forests; and the Swiss forests have 
little effect in increasing the atmospheric moisture or in moderating 
the extremes of temperature. In these respects the large eipansea 
of water in S. and Central Switzerland are of more importance. The 
Canton of Appenzell, the oiiginal home of the whey-care, oecapies 
a somewhat peculiar position; for its extensive grassy slopes and 
pastures operate very much as forests do elsewhere, and produce 
a moist and warm climate in summer. 

Among the invalids who derive advantage from frequenting the 
elevated health-resorts of Switaerland, those subject to Rdmonary 
and Nervtrue Atimttds are by far the most namerons. For pul- 
monary and rheumatic patients and for all Qnable to stand strong 
currents of air, protection from the wind ia essential; and that, 
though frequently found in Alpine valleys, is scarcely to be looked 
for on isolated mountains. The banks of the Lake of Oeneva or the 
health-resorts in Appenzell are recommended to snfferers from dry 
catarrh. In cases in which infiammatory conditions of the respirat< 
ory organs ure accompanied by continued night-sweats, the patients, 
if free of fever, will find it advantageous to ascend to higher levels 
where the evaporating power of the dry climate encourages the ab- 
sorption of the cutaneous excretions. Invalids suffering from chronic 
catarrh accompanied by Emphytema most content themselves with 
heights averaging from 2600' to 3900'. Those with weak hearts, 
palpitations, and so forth must, of course, avoid ascents altogether. 
The elevated valleys of Davos and Arosa, as well as Lejain, are 
most frequented for Phthisig. The best time to visit them is winter, 
when, after the season's snow has fallen, they are free \tsso\ ^xi* 
dost and wind. 

In the case of Nervous /Wten<S, wilb irrittftiXfc toua-Wmiift «A 
their aiguis, tbe climate is not the sole factor to >>« c<m*\4w** 



tbe choice of ■ bcallh-rcsort. The genenl Mci*t conditfoni alao 
demand eareful attention. NtaraM\tme* ma; be driven frantic 
by brass bands, by the rattle of tbe nipC'pin alley, or bv other 
noia; arnDBemeuts; and the effect of the grandest Alpine air may 
in this manner be frnatrated. CoiKoiaoentt, in a state of pro- 
stration after an acnte illnesi, u>d those snffering the penalties of 
exeessite Mental Strain, oftm, it the remedj is not too heroic for 
them, regain their tone and strength with marrellaas rapiditj b; 
a residence of some weeks at a height of 5000-6000'. For other 
patients a medium height of 3000-4000' is safBcient, and there ii 
no lack of admirable resorts st this elevation. Neuralgic Patient*, 
who suffer from ecUtica or tic doulaoreni, often become worse in- 
stead of better in dr; and breezy sitoations, and ahonld prefer 
some sheltered resort by the seaside or in an Alpine Talle; not 
too high np. The same remark applies to sufferers from /nsontnia, 
who, moreover, shonld pay carefnl attention to the qoietnesa Dot 
only of the resort in general bnt of tfaeir selected holel in particolar. 
The bracing and invigorating effect of the WinTEa Cuiia.TB 
among the High Alps is principally dne to tbe dryness and pnri^ 
of the atmosphere, analogons to that eiperienced ia bright BDnuner 
weather st heights of not leas than 6500'. Dnst and fog are alike 
unknown, there is comparatively little wind, the weather is nsnklly 
settled, and between November and the middle of Januarr there is 
a corioDS inversion of the tbermometer, for the temperatnre rites 
as we ascend. The ann is treqnently so powerful that visitors may 
comfortably sit in the open air for hours at a time in sheltered 
spots. Id addition to the health-resorts many places have been 
developed in recent years as winter- resorts for sport (p. iiix), 
and at some of these consumptive patients are not received. 

The following is a list of the chief HesLlthHenortB at a height 
of over 2600'. Noethebk SnrraBBiaxD : Beiden (S645'i p. 63), 
WatUnttadt-Btrg (3647'; p. 52], Weiubad (2690'; p. 66], Uetli- 
bay (3855'; p. 4J), Amden (2955'; p. 30), Zagerbrrg (3UO0'; 
p. 90], Wiidhau» (3600'; p. 62j, BraunwiM (4115'; p. 79), and 
H'eissensf«in(4230'; p.£31). — CEXTBiLSwiTEEaL.A.vD: StftUberg 
(2638'; p. 104), BargenOock (3936'; p. 113), Melelital (2933'; 
p. 139], Engdberg (3356'; p. 134], BrSnig (3317] and liaaliberg 
(3435'; p. 141), GStchenm, AndermatI, and Hoapenlal (3640'- 
4870'; pp. 133-126), the fliffi' (4720'-5905'i p. 109), aad EiigtOeu 
Alp 16033'; p. 143). — Bkbsese Obebu:^!): Lauterbriinnea (2615'; 
p. 179), Aachi (8821'; p. 165), Ztceitimmeii (3100'; p. 217), Goldi- 
wtl (3314'; p. 164), Saanen (3336'; p. 318), Griiidelu.-ald (3402'- 
3468'; p. 193), e«(o<id(3450'; p. 319), LenJt (3510'; p. 220), Beateu- 
btrg ^8S0'; p. 170], KandenUg (3635'-393('i p. 210), Wetigen 
(41W; p. 186), Adeibcden (44I>0'; p. S14), and Marrea (5416'; 



p. ISl). Wbbibbr 8wiTSBi(i.iLBD: MacoJin (38S5'; p. 297), Saivtm 
C3035'; p. 307), Le» AvatOt (3195'; p. 285), Ghdteaud'Oex (3180'! 
p. 254), Le Pont on the Lae de Jova (3310'; p. 248), Chatnp«ry 
(3450'; p. 292), Cavai (3458'; p. 285), Sainte-Oroiai <3S10'; p. 244), 
Ij^ Plan* (3613'; p. 288), Gryon (3717'; p. 295), Lea Diabla-eU 
(3822'; p. 293), ChetUra (400a'} and ViUarg (4120'; p. 296), Fin- 
haai (4060'i p. 308), sndieyrin (4140'-4760'; p. 286). — Valaib: 
(4757'; p. 351) iDiArolla (6437'; p. 352), Fimnay (4910'; p. 339), 
jtfon/ona-Fermaio(4920'-5510'; p. 344), S'oo8-Gru«d(5124') and 
Saa»-.F^ (5900'; p. 373), ZerTOott(5315'ip.364), Si.Zrttc (5390'; 
p. 358), ZtnoZ (5500'; p. 357], and the hotels on the AleUck Gla- 
cier, notably the Eggiihom Hotel Jungfrau (7195'; p. 393). — 
eoDTH-EiSTBJiN Switzebeanb: Ftimt (3510'-3630'; p. 465) and 
other villages in the Torder-Ehein Valley (p. 467 at aeq.); Kloatera 
(3697'-3937'; p. 303), Davoi (5118'-5164'; p. 406), Arota (5740'- 
6300';p.400), CAwrMJ(iWen(4035';p.411), Bej-^n(4510';p.420), 
ZenzerAeiife (4842') and Parpon (4957'; p. 412); in the Er^adine, 
a Bpecially favonred district, St. Morilz (6080'; p. 4S4), SUva- 
piano (5955'; p. 4S8), Sti«(5945'; p.429), Jtfirfty"a(5960'; p. 430), 
and Pmtresina (6000'; p. 436); Avers-Oreata (6395'; p. 460). 

IV. Hotels Emd Fenslona. 

Switzerland is famons for its hotels. The lai^e modem establiab- 
ments at Qeneva, Montreni, Veve;, ZOrich, Lncerne, Interlaken, 
8t. Moritii, etc., are models of organiiation ; the Bmaller hotels are 
often eqnall; well conducted, and indeed a really bad inn is rarely 
met with in French or German Switzerland. The temperance ('Bine 
CroBs') botels are cheap and veil spoken of. — The Swiss Hotel- 
keepers' Association publlahes a guide to the Swiss hotels (obtain- 
able gratis from the London ofBce of the Swiss Federal Bailwaja, 
p. t), in which the following categories are distinguished : Hotels 
of the Higheit Clata, witb rooms from 8 fr., breakfast ('petit' or 
'premier dSjenner'; tea or coffee, rolls, batter, and honey) S'/i 'r-, 
luncheon ('dfjenner' or 'SabelfrfthBtUck') 7 fr., dinner Cdlner') 8 fr., 
pension (board and lodging) from 21fr.;Firs(CZ(M8fl(rfeie, fi. from 
B or 7, B. 2-2'/,, L. or supper ('sonper') 5-6'/,, D. 6-7'/,, P. from 15 
or 18 fr. ; Second Class Botels, R. from 3'/j or 4'/,, B. l'/„ L. or S. 
S'/i-^Vi. D. 4-5'/,, P. from 10 or 13'/, fr. ; and Third Gass Holds, 
B. from 3, B. 1'/,, D. 4, S. 3'/,, P. from 8 fr. 

The visitor shonld at once ascertain at the office the charge for 
the rooms; if a donble-bedded room is offered to a aia%lL« 1^«l.'wt^ 
he should see that a corresponding reduction. \a maie. 'lTWj?>iwt* 
arereqnired to enter theimanies and addresBeamite^o^'ift't'i^*^**'' 
and to shoir their paaspvrtB. 'Pension' prices ate oHeieio^l ^''' 



■t*f of more tbau 5-8 dtya, uid «t the larger hoteb arc not conceded 
betvean tbe middle of Jal? and the middle of September. 

The traveller should aek for his bill in good time before his 
departure. Qratnitiea ma; be reckoned at 10-15°/o of the bill, it 
no special Berrices have been required. At large hotels tbe gratuities 
may be paid at the ofBce, and tbe diatribntian left to tbe management. 
In Italy gratuities have been replaced by a charge for attendance 
oIIO-SO%added to thebill. 

Inquiries for rooms in advance, nhicb ahonld be accompanied 
by a stamped addressed envelope or an international reply eoapon, 
are to nnmeroaa id tbe travelling season that the botcl-keeper, with 
the best will in the world, is unable to promise more than to do 
bis best. If rooms have to be countermanded, notice should be given 
as soon as possible, so that they may be disposed of to other vi site re; 
if this is not effected, damages may be claimed not only for (be 
reserved rooms but even for tbe meals that were not eaten. 

PensloiiB, or boBrding-bouses, are somewiiat cheaper, offering 
board and lodging from 8, 10, or 12 fr. per day. Tbe length of the 
intended stay shonid be mentioned, or an agreement made as to 
what notice is to be given. No reduction is made for raissed meals, 
bnt sandwiches for excnrsions are often provided instead. 

Froteatant Hostels ('Christlicbe Uospize') are quiet and 
simple boarding-houses, mnch patronized by ladies travelling alone, 
clergymeD, etc. Members of all confessioas, but not Jews, are wel- 
comed. Morning and evening prayers arc usually said, but attend- 
ance at these is not obligatory. 

V. Conveyaaoes. 

Time Tablks. The beat publiealions «re tbe IiidieaUitr Ogtciel Saiam 
(Borne i 8 tr.l, ianned (onr timea a year, BUtIcH-» Seliebeglellcr fnr die 
Schweii! (Zurich; Hi.), and Bopp'i Sehaeiser Kur«6iicA (ZBricb; I'/ifr.). 
ThesB are sold at most railway atations. 

Hallways. The state-owned Swusfedo-afiiailu'a^i include 
all tbe mala lines, which are rapidly being electrified. Fares (Ist, 
2nd. and 3rd class); for 1km. f^/, M.) 20 c., 15 c., 10 c; tor 10km. 
(6V. M.) 1 tr. 65, 1 fr. 15, 75 c. ; for 50km. (31 M.) 8 tr. 25, 5 fr. 75, 
3 fr. 75 e.; for 100km. (62'/, M.) 16 fr. 50, 11 tr. 50, 7 tr. 50 c. 
A supplementary charge is made tor seats in an express train. 
Pirst-ciass carriages are ron only on international throngb-trains. 
Seturn-ticketFi are not issued at present. Season -tickets ('General- 
Abonnements'), available over the whole system but with an extra 
tec tor express-trains, are issued for three months (600, J&O, ajid 
300 fr.) or for 12 months (2160, 1620, and 1080 fr.). — Luggage 
must be booked and paid for, bat there is no obligation on the owner 
to travel by the same train. Nominally hand-lnggage to the weight 


T. BAH WAYS. niil 

at only 10 kg. ■{22 lbs.) per p«rsou ma; be taken into tbe carriage, 
fanf t£js reflation it b; do meaos strictl; enforced. 

Of tbe FHvaU Bailwayt tiii cbief are the Lotacliberg Railway 
(p, 208) and the narrow-gange Ehietian Bailway (p. 401). Mtmntain 
^ailwayt are nnmerons; Uie oldest ta the railway from Vitman up 
the Rigi (p. 109), opened in 1871, wbile tbe most interesting is the 
Jnngfran Eailway (p. 189). 

Motor Care (16 seats) and Diligences (the latter being rap- 
idly superseded), maintained by the Federal Post Office, traverse 
many of the main roads. The sorest method of reseiring seats in the 
height of the travelling season is to send Che amount of the fare (by 
telegram or money order). Oi^side aJid 'coup*' seats are the more ex- 
pensive. Posting is for 4-5 persons almost as cheap as the diligence ; 
vehicles ('Ejtraposten') may be ordered at the chief post offices. 
Liiggi^e must be ready 1 hr. before tbe time of departure; 10kg. 
(22 lbs.) is allowed free of charge. 

Steamboats ply on all the larger lakes and on the Shine be- 
tween Constance and Schaffhauscn. Tickets are obtained on board. 
A moderate amount of luggage is conveyed nithout c}iarge. 

VI. Waking Toura. Monntaineering. 

In a monntainons conntry like Switzerland it is to pedestrians 
alone that many of the finest points are accessible, and even where 
driving or riding is practicable, walking is often more enjoyable. 

wald{^. Iii8), ZoufertmimeJi ([). 178), Heirfnaen (p. 198], Eagelberg(^. IM], 
Maderoiier-TaH^. 128), Kamlereteg (p. 310], Buoiena (p. SBO], Zin<»i(p. ase], 
Zenoatt |p. 363). C/Kuaonix (p. 313), Courmai/eur ff.Sbi), Maenmaga 
(p. 31T),anc<pD»tr£«ina(p. J35), at all of which experienced gnideB abound. 

The standard work on moiintiineerinB is 'Mountain Craft', hy O. W. 
roH«a (London, IMO; Ma,). 

Disposition of Time. The first golden rale for the walker 
is to start early. If strength permits, and a suitable halting-place 
is to be met with, a walk of one or two hoars may be accomplished 
before breakfast. At noon a moderate luncheon is preferable to a 
table-d'hote dinner. Rest should be taken during the hottest hours 
(12-3), and the journey then continued till 5 or 6 p.m. 

Equipment. A superabundance of luggage infallibly increases 
tbe delays, annoyances, and expenses of travel. To be provided 
with enough and no more, may be considered the second golden 
rule for the traveller. A light rucksack suffices to contain all that 
is necessary for a week's excursion. A light waterproof, a change 
of flannel shirts and woollen atockings, a few pocket-h%.a^e'c€a\^«^ 
a pair of slippers, and the 'objets de toilette' ma^ , ■«VCa »- >S.VO>*= 
practice, bo carried will hardly a peiceptVMe inCTtaae ti\ l»'o^*~ 
A pocket-tni/i! with a corkscrew, a drinking-cnp, »■ ftn-o'6**"*^ 


xjdr VI. WllKIHG TOUBS. 

spirit-flask, stont gloves, bandages, a compass, tni coloared spcc- 
tocles to protect the ejei from the glare of the snow, should not 
be forgotten. Special attention should be paid to the boota, which 
miiat be strong, well-tried, and thoroagU; cofflfortable, aa the 
■lightest tendency to rub or blister ma; aerionaly mar the enjoj; 
' ment of the walk; they should be greased every evening. For gla- 
cier-lours and moDu tain-ascents the aolea mnst be supplied with 
nails, which, however, may be added on reaching the monntainons 
district. Puttees may be worn with advantage. Ladies wear breeches 
beneath the skirt, often dispensing with the skirt when the climbing 
starts. If first-class hotels are patronized, evening dress is essential. 
The traveller's reserve of clotliing should be contained in a port- 
manteau of moderate siae, which he mu easily wield himself when 
necessary, and which may be forwarded from town to town by post. 

For the more dilScult ascents an Ice Aax and ifqpe are necess- 
ary; the former may usnally be borrowed at the hotel and the latter 
is generally fumisbed by the guide. The beat ropes, light and strong, 
are made of silk or Manilla hemp. In crossing a glacier (which 
should be efi'ected before the sun has begun to melt the snow) the 
precaution of using the rope should never be neglected. It should 
be secnrely tied round the waist of each member of the party, leav- 
ing a length of about 10 yds. between each pair; it must not be 
allowed to trail on the ground. Ice-axes are made in varions forms, 
and are usually famished with a spike at the end of the handle, so 
that they can in some measure be used like an Alpenstock. 

Oeneral HintB. At the outset, the walker's performances 
should be moderate ; and even when he is in good trainiiig they should 
rarely exceed 10 hrs. a day. WheD a monntain has to be breasted the 
pedestrian should avoid 'spurts' and pnrsne the "eveo tenor of his 
way" at a steady and moderate pace ("chi va^ano ua sano; (SA 
va gana va lontano"). As another golden maxim for his guidance 
the traveller should remember that "When fatigue begins, enjoy- 
ment ceases". — On level ground an average pace is 2'/s-3V« H. per 
hour; when climbing, a height of 10OO'-115O' to the hour. These 
figures correspond with the distances given in the handbooks. In the 
case of short walks ample time is allowed; in the mountains average 
times are given, which some will find excessive and others too scant. 

To prevent the feet from blistering during a protracted walking 
tour, they may be rubbed morning and evening with brandy and 
tallow. A warm foot-bath with bran will be found soothing after a 
long day's march. Soaping the inside of the stocking is aoother 
well-hnown safeguard against abrasion of the skiD. 

Mountaineering among the higher Alps should not be attempted 

before the middle or end of July, nor at any period after a long 

•tinuanca of rain or snow. Qlaciers should be traversed as early 



ID the morning as poasible, before the Bun softens the crast of ice 
tormed daring the night over the crevBaaeB. Experienced gitideB 
are indispenasble tor aaeh excoraiona. 

The trsTelieria cuationed Bgainat aieeplng in chaletB, anleBsitis 
abaolntelj necessary. Whatever poetry there may be theoreticaily 
in "a fragrant bed ol ba;", cold night-air piercing abandaiit aper- 
tures, ringing of cow-beils, granting of pig^, and nndiscarded gar- 
ments hardly condDce to refreshing slumber. As a rule, therefore, 
the night previous to a mountain expedition shonid be spent either 
at an inn or at one of the clnb-hnts which the Swiss Alpine ClQb 
"and other associations have erected for the convenience of travellers. 
The senseless habit of breaking empty bottles and scattering the 
fragments has led to inconvenience and even danger near some of 
the more frequented amnmita. Bottlea when done with should be 
deposited in some suitable spot where they will be out of the way. 

Mountaineers should provide themselves with freah meat, bread, 
and wtae or apirits tor long expeditions. Tbe chalets osuslly afford 
nothing but Alpine tare (milt, cheese, and stale bread). Glacier- 
water should not be dmo^ except in small quantities, mixed with 
wine or cognac. Gold milk is also safer when qualified with spirits. 
One of the best beverages for quenching the thirst is cold tea. 

Over all the movements of the pedestrian the weather holds 
despotic away. The barometer and weather-wise natives should be 
consulted when an opportunity offers. The blowing down of the 
wind from the mountains into the valleys in tbe evening, the melt- 
ing anay of the clouds, the fall ot fresh snow on the mooDtaius, 
aod the ascent of tbe cattle to the higber parts ot their pasture are 
all signs of Ane weather. On the other hand it is a bad sign it tbe 
distant mountains are dark bine in colour and very distinct in out- 
line, if the wind blows up the mooutaius, and if the dust rises in 
eddies on the roads. Westwindsaiao usually bringrain. Telegraphic 
weather-reporta as to tbe principal places in Switzerland are posted 
about 8 a.m. at the chief railway atations and health-reaorts. 

Health. Lanoline, vaseline, linc ointment, ind, for tho lipe, kIj-cs- 
riue ue beneficial in cmet of snnbaraiog or infiammiitioD of tbe etin, 
and lanolina may be mbbad en the face before a glacier-einodition. 
A piece ot moBl'a andei the hst is gsefDl to protect tlie neck when the 

tecotnmended for hlisterad feet. 

For Diarrhtta 15 drops of a mixture of eqoal parla of tincture of 
'" ' - ■' •' ■ - 'le aifely U ken every two honrs nntil 

sotiathiD CB 

e more apt t< 

The Swiss Alpine Club (S. A. C), founded in 1%%%, ^^« <">>'< 
S1,DOO membera in its 74 sections (entrance-fee 15 tr., auno^ ^^~ 
Bcription 89 tr.). Its club-buts, numbering over 100, maiv^ ot-«^*** 

Bamoooi'm Switurlmaa. teib Edition. H 

xzvi TI. GUIDES. 

hare keepers (at some mcala are provided), are 0]icn also to non- 
■nemben. The lariffs are posted ap in the huts. Members obtaia 
reductions on certain Swias railway's, pa; onl; half-price at certain 
dob-huts, and receive free of charge a luonlhly paper and a jear- ' 
book in German. 

Eigliib-ipeiking memben miT join ilan the Attoeiaiion of BritM 
ihmberi of tit Siniu Alpine CbibltDiiuiltabtaiplimVU., life mcmbv- 
Bhip «I. «*.)' ApptiHilun tor membeTihip of buth the Sori as Alpine Club 
■nd the Aiiosittiun of Biitiah UembeiH mi; be mtit to Ur. J. A. B. Bmce, 
hoD. Ireaaarer, Selbarae Lodee. anildford, .Surrey. 

Quldes. Guides are indispensable for expeditions among the 
High Alps, especially on those which invalve the passage of glaciers. 
Only novices nndervalne (beir services and forget that anow-storms 
or mist may at any moment change aecnrity to dinger. As a claas, 
the Swiss guides will be found to be intelligent and respectable 
men, well versed in their dnties, and acqnunted with the people 
and rcBonrces of the country. 

The cbarges tor guides aDiI portera are flied by the Guidib' Tiairr 
luned by the Centnl Committee of the Swiu Alpine Club. The cbaigen 

for the OnioreB dielriet, p. 298). 

The gnidel* bound to show hia book at both the beginning and ei ' 

iipedition; Bnd the tourint «hou1d make .ure thai he 1« in> 


I ]n the CSHC of the more diflleult .eeeotB. Eveu when hi 

9 baa 

IB porter only, he moat aak the traveller for a teBtimooial. 


nUBt aBccrtain alao that the tonriBt is properly equipped fo 

the guide'B wiah and adviee, or if ha iU-treata the gufdo 

, the 

1 entitled to refuse to serve him. In thi« ease the guide ia fa 

■n the Sectional Preiident without delay. 

DrdiEiT)- inns and occupied clnb-hat. the guide provides his 

1 reriirn for an allowsncB of 6 fr. per day; in the monntaine 


when difficult ascents are included. The guide ii bound to carry 7 kg. 
(IS lbs.) of luggage in addition to the QcceHsuy lope; the porter carries 
15 ig. (iS lU.y for each hilograrame additional the charge is 30 c. per 

(U lbs.) in all,' and the porter more than )0 kg. |M lb>.)- In tours of 
Bpecial difficulty the guide is entitled to refuse to carry »EJ_baggaeo, but 
be muet give his employer due notice of this beforehand. When camiges 

If an eipcditiou for which a guide has been engaged it given up for 
any reston other than bad weather, the guide or porter is entitled to halt 
the fee. If the guide is diainisBed at a drstance from home, he ia entlllsd 
to 8 ft. a day tot the retarn-Jooniey by the shorteat route. 

KapB. The Topographitcher Atlas dtr Sckwek, oa Ote ictile 

ottbeorigiaal drawings (fiat districts l:25,000,monntainsl:S0,00O), 

pnblished by the Federal Staff OtBce and known as the 'Siegfried 

' Atlas', is unrivalled (593 sheets; price, 1 fr. 30 c. per aheet; four 

■beets in one, 3 fr., folded 3 fr. 30 c). 


- MAPS. tuTii 

Older than ibe above, but carefally brought op to date, ia the 
Topographisehe Karte der Schweiz, or 'Dufour Map', also from 
Borreys made by the Federal anthoritica (1 : 100,000 ; 35 sheets, 
each 3 fr., folded 3 fr. 30 c.). 

QoDd maps on a smalleTaule are Ktimmeriy'i QesaiDtkarte dsrSchwali 
(1:400,000; S fi,, moDated 10 fi.. index of names !Vi fc-); Leaaiaga-'t 
Taatiatonkitte der Setaweiz [1 : 400,000; 4Vi Fr., moDDtad 10 fr.); Kitm- 
«erty'* Distantenkarie aor Schweis (I:6Oe,0«»; 4Vs fr.) and DisUnzen- 
kart« desBernerOberlaades (1:900,000] Vl,h.)i Prey's Belief-Eirte dei 
aberitaLenigehea Seen (1:iOO,O0O; S fr., mounted e>;ifr.); Frey'i Keliet- 
Earte dea Beroei Obeilandea and Oberwallis |1:7&,000; 5 fr., mounted 
10 fr.) ; Carta Boutii^re of the SvHm Totiring Onb {I ■■ J00,000 ; 4 aheels, B f r. 
each monnted); offioiil map »f tbe Sviiit Automobile Club <l:4O0,O0O; 
monnted, 10 fi.J. — lleim A Schmidt. GeologiBcha Karte der Scbweiz 
(1:5011,000; IV, fr.. mounlKd 11 fr, 30 f,). 

VQ. Hotoring. Cyoling. Golf. Winter Sports. 

Motoring. Hotorists entering France and Switzerland must 
hold a dririDg licence and a certificate of car regiatration for either 
country and must deposit the amount of the customs duties on the 
motor-car or motor-cyele. These formalities are lightened for 
members of the Automobile Atsociation (Fanum House, Whitcomb 
St., London, W.C.2; for motors, entrance fee 21s., annual sab- 
scriptlon 4£s., for motor-cycles or cycle-cars lOs. 6d. and 21s.) or 
ihe Royal AutomoMte CSu6 (Fall Uall,S.W. 1; annual sub Bcriptioa 
for associate-members 42g.), with which the customs duties may 
be deposited and from which the entry permit ('triptyque', or, for 
more than one country, 'carnet de passage') is obtained. When more 
than one cunntry is being visited, motorists who obtain a 'carnet de 
passage' deposit the duly (or the country only where the Tiighest 
duty is payable. For the 'triptyqoe' tbe A.A. charges 25*. for one 
country and 5g. for each connlry extra, for the 'carnet de passage' 
35«. ; no charge is made for these by the R.A.C. The importation of 
motor-cars into S wit serland, otherwise than by means of a'triptyque' 
ora'cametdepasaage', is at present forbidden. The motorist should 
also obtain from tbe A.A. or E,A..C, an 'international driving pass', 
which takes the places of a driving Ocence and certificate of car 
regiatration in France and Switzerland as well as in most other 
European eoontries. The cost of tbia pass, including the plates 
which must be carried on Jiritieh cars when travelling abroad ia 
26s. if there is one driver, and Ta. extra for each additional person 
authorized to drive the car. — Cars must be fumiahed with two 
bead-lights (white on the right aide, green on the left) and with 
a red tail-light. Tbe speed-limit never exceeds 30 km. (18'/a M.) per 
hr., but in towns and villages and on certain mountain road&S^.vit^A 
to 10 km, (e'/iM!.), and on bridges, narrow BtiertB,Mi4iXfcc-^"to»^*'^° 
fl km. (a'/j 11.). On monntain roads a car mnaV b\,o^ oq miit'^n* * 
diligence. Tie Swiss police are strict in eniorcAtiiE ttifc xeB**'"'^* 


«?iii CTCUNG. 

Many ro«di in SwiteerUad tre entirely forbiddeo to motor-cira 
and motor-cycles. Ou Snudtya, however, tliiaregtiktioi] is gaapeDded. 
The Canton of QriaoiiB (except the Haloja-St. Moriti road, p. 423), 
the mountain roads in Valais, and certain moontaiu roads in Uri 
and O-larus are closed to motor-trafflc. All the great paBBee are 
barred to motors, except- the St. Qotthard, Simplos, and Brflnig 
Pasaes, .which are open at certain times only. — Fall information 
in the annual Guide de V AuiomobUiste (Antomobile BeTne, Berne). 

SwlBB roada vary in condition, largely owing to the action of 
frost and snow; hence the diametrically opposite reports with re- 
gard to the condition of certain roada. On the whole it may be 
B*id that tbey tiave been well constructed and are indifferently 
maiotAiued. The mountain roads are aa a rnle open from June to 
September incluBively, though that of course depends on the melt- 
ing of the snoiT and the time tbat must ensue to bring the roads 
into good dry condition. Information must be sought locally as 
to the state ot the roads at any particular time. The beat time for 
the paases is Jnl; aud early Angnat: in inid-Angaat road-mending 
beginB. — The rule of the road is to keep to the right in meeting, 
to the left In overtaking another vehicle. 

OyoUag. The unattached cyclist on entering France and 
SwitEcrland mast deposit the amount of the cnstoms dnty on his 
machine at each frontier. Members ot the CydisU' Touring Club 
(280 Euston Road, Loodon, N.W. 1 ; annual subacription 10 «,, en- 
trance fee 1 «.) are spared this formality, provided they obtain a 
cnatoms ticket from their elnb and deposit 10 «,, the amount of 
tbe Swiss duty. Cycles in France must bear the name and address 
ot the owner. 

The districts beat adapted for cycle-tonrs in Switzerland are the 
hill-oountry in N. and W. Switzerland, the neighbourhood of the Lake 
of Constance, the lake-regions of Central Switierland and the Berueae 
Oberland, and theenviroDSof theLakeof Qeneva. Noonewhoianot 
fairly strong and in good condition should attempt the Swiss passes 
or monntaiQ roada. In any case the machine should be well-tried 
and tmsted rather than new, and the brakes must be powerful and 
reliable. The practice of tying a branch or sapling behind the cycle 
to check its velocity down hill is forbidden. In some towns and vil- 
lages steep, uarrow, or bnsy streets are closed to cycles. 

Oolt The beet golf-links in Switzerland are those at Samaden 
(p. 431 ; the only 18-hole coarse) Montana (p. 341), and Montreux 
(Aigle, p. 286). There are conraes also at Flims (p. 466), Laatanne 
(p. 276), iMcerrte (p. 97), Maloja (p. 430), Les Rassa (p. 244), 
St. Moriti (p. 424), and Zurich (p. 37); also at Evian-let-Baina 
{p. 274), in Savoy, and Menaggio (p. 505), in the Italian Lake 



Winter Sports, which are CBrried on with great Bpirit &t 
prMticallj all of the Swias winter-rcBorte, include skating, carl- 
ijtg, tobogganing and bobslcighiag, iki-ing (pron. 'ihe-ing'), and 
icB-hochflf (bandj). All these aporia may be enjojed at the older 
and more important stations and there are few resorts 3000' and 
more above sea-level where skating, curling, tobogganing, and ski- 
ing are not practised. Competitions for cnpe, trophieB, or certificates 
of proficiene; are held annoall; at some oF the leading centres of 
sport, and accommodation at these is frequently dilBcult to obtain in 
the high season nnless secured a long time in advance. Provision is 
made everywhere also for the inexperieoced and the nnambitions 
and the necessary skis, toboggans, curling stones, etc., are to be had 
on hire. The season lasts From December to March inclasive, Jan- 
uary being the beat month; at some of the highest stations it be- 
gins a little earlier or lingers a little later. 

Seitihb. The chief prizes competed for in Switzerland by 
skaters in the English style are the St. Moritz Bowl, the HougbtoD 
Cop, and the E.F. Benson Cup ; for international skating, the Mor- 
rison Cup and the Lytlon Cop. — TonoaoiNiNQ includes both the 
exciting sport of lee-mnning on 'skeletoEs', which impiies some 
skill and practice, and the less ambitious snow-rnnning or road- 
toboggaoing on the small sleds known as 'luges'. A 'tailiDg party' 
is a nuinber of 'lagea' towed by a horse-sleigh. Lageing or snow- 
mnning obtains wherever there are snow-covered slopes. — Bob- 
SLEiaHiHo is practised on ice-runs with toboggans of strength and 
length carrying a team of four or five. — Sei-thq, thongh introduced 
into Switierland about 1902 only, has there become perhaps the 
most popular sport, revealing to its devotees winter landscapes of 
unimaginable beanly. In 'skikjSring' the ski-er is towed by a horse 
(especially practised in the Engadine). The British ski champion- 
ship is held annually in Switierland, and other important events 
are the races (or the Army, Navy, and Air Force Cup, the Roberts 
of Kandahar Cup, the Alpine Ski Challenge Cup, the Khone Talley 
Ski Cup, etc. — Cukuho. The great Swiss events are the Inter- 
national Curling Bonapiel and the Jackson Cup. 

The following are the best known winter-sport centres. Chief 
of all ia St. AforitziGOSO'; p. 423), with the famous Crests ice-run, 
a bob mo, and the village run for luges; its vast hotels are crowded 
throngbont the winter by visitors of all nationalities. Those desir- 
ing a less popular resort in the Engadine will choose Celerina{b68y; 
p. 422), Samaden (5670'; p. 421), Ponfretina (COCK)'; p. 435), 
Campfir{G0OO-; pA27),SUvaplana(5Sbb-; pA27),SiU-Baselgia 
(5945'; p. 428), Zmz (5600'; p. 447), or Ber^an (45\.'i'-, -5.«.«\. 
Neit to St. Moritz in popularity comes Da'ooa (^\\.^' v ^- "-^^ 
equally sunny and no less favoured by cbampVon Bfea^Rt^-. ^^^ '^^^ 
good Bki-lag aleo; the KJosters road is naoA lov ftVe\e.W*a* 



Schutc-i-lp road tor bubsl«igba. Ktotten <3»3T': \.. 403), close 
hy, is quieter. The third place ia Uken bj' Aiota 'oT40'-li900'; 
p. 400), eapecUily popnlar for ski-ing. Favourite British retorts 
are GrindehotUd (3402'-3468'; p. 192), Adelhotkn C44.-.0'; p. B14), 
Lenzerheide (4845'; p. 412j, Murrm (5415'; p. 181i, Montana- 
Per»iaia(4920--5510'; p. 344), B«ri«i6e)T7f3773'; p. 170), Wengeti 
(4185'; p. 186), Kandertteg (3835-3937'; p. 210). and Gitaad 
(S450'; p. 218). Engelberti (3356': p. 134i, Rvii-KaUbad (4725'; 
p. 110), and Andermult (4737'; p. 125) may aWo be mentlMied, the 
last tnu especiallv tor ski-ing. In tbe Lakp uf (lentrva district are 
CA(i»i6!/(2467';p.285i. ffi(wi(22T0'; p.284i,£eK.4t;«n/«{3195'; 
p. 285), and Cavx (3438',- p. 235), all with firsl-Bla!>!> boteU. Cheaper 
accommodation vill be fonnd at Zweititmnen (^100'; p. 218), 
Chdteau-d'Oex (3180'; p. 253j, Ori/on (3717': p. 2951, Saanai 
(3326'; p. 219), Saaneii-MBter (4173'; p. 218>, ViUart (4120'; 
p, 296), Jforgiins(4510';p.291), Cft«trt-e*C4006';p. 2961, Cftow- 
v^(3450'; p, 292), and, ill tbe Jura, Wa»ge!i»lei n (i220i p. 3311, 
Mont Soleit near St. Imier (4230'; p. 2381, the Chaum(mt (3855'; 
p. 237), Sainte-Oraix (3510'; p. 2441, and Let Rasges (3850'; 
p. 244), BtUlaiguee (3950'; p. 242), and Le Pont on (he Lac de 
Joni (3310'; p. 242). In Savoy the most popnlar winter-reaorta are 
Cbamomx (3390'; p. 313) and Artjmtiire (4110'; p. 311). 

Uiietnl infonastioD ia (dveo in <Tha Book of Wbter Sporli', edilad lif 
tS. and M. Sgeri (IMBI, 'Winter Spoita in Svitiarlaud', by B. F. Btnton 
(191S), aad 'Switzerland in Winter^ by Will and Oariae Oadby (19U). - - 
'Crois-Counlry 8ki-ine', by ArtuHd Lma (IBM); 'How to Ski' V Vivian 
Caui/hld (181g). — 'The Art at SkUinit |Int«mationil ijtylel', by E. and 
M. Syen(Mn),- 'PiRurc BkKlinft', by fl. R. ygleiUu (IBISI ; 'Fieure Skilinc 
ID tbe EauliBh Style', by If. II. Cobh (l!tlSl ; 'Rnslisli Fimire Bkalinn', by 
E. F. Benson (1!I0B). 

UiDT will DO doubt find tbeir acDOunt is jolnlDi; tho Public Nehoala 
AlpUlt SpoHt Club (hon. hgc. Uajor the Hon. Xevllle Lytton, O.B.E,, 
10 Upper Woburn Place, Loudon, W.C. 1 ; cntrancc-tee ill.), a proprietsry 
eliib wbich reservea acCDminodltion tor its memberti at UUrreo, Wengen, 
Morjius, and Ponlresina, wbere it orgHniica competitions, Mtes, etc, - - 
The Kki-inK clubn are tbe Mpiiit Ski Club (a xeleot club for moaaUineerii ; 
hon. see Ur. S. L. Mercer, Knip Hill, Fairmile, Cobham, Surrey], the Ski 
Ctub or Great Britain (hon. see, Mr. F. N, Trier. Ciitou House, Victoria 
St.. a.W. 1), and tbe British Ski A»»ociatUia (novioee idmitted; iddhbI 
anbgeription 10 a. ; hoa. sec. Major A. A. Wilaer, R.A.F., 105 Piccadilly. 
W. 1). These are amalgamated in tbe Federal Couacil of BHliih Ski 
Clabl (iioD, Bee. Mr. Kenneth Sffin, O.B.E., 1 BsBex Cnnrt, Temple, E.G. 4), 
wbicb publiahes 'The British Slil Tear Book' and 'The Alpine Ski Guide 
to the fierneee Oberland'. — British akatiDg is controlled by (he National 

SlaUingAtiDciaHon or Great Britain (innoal aubacriplion lOg. : 
Capt. jT L. PrcscoK, 16 Milton Maneiens, Qneen'e Club Oardens, 

tV. I). 

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who were driTen from the plains 
a Celtic tribe. Tbe latter w 
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IX. HlBtor7 fmd ConBtdtution. 

The limits of this work preclude moro than an brief historical 
sketch of tho interesting conntry the traveller is now visiting, whose 
inhabititnts have ever been noted for their spirit of freedom and 
in depend en 

e been first peopled by the Hhati, 
to the moontninB by the Hdvetii, 
conquered by the Romani, 58 B. C, 
1 15 B. C. The Eonians made good 
military roads over the Great St. Bernard (p. 330) to Bfile, and over 
the Jnlier (p. 415), Scptimer (p. 415), and Spliigen (p. 462), to 
Bregenz (p. 30), and thence to BSle. The chief aettlementa were 
Axienticuin (Avenchea, p. S4G) in the Canton of Vand, Vindonigta 
(p. 18) at tiie conSnence of the Aare, Seoss, and Limmat, Auffuata 
Baariea {Augst, p. IG) near Uftle, and Ciiria Rhxtorum (Coire, 
p. 395) in the Grisona. E. Switwrland as far as Pfyn (ad fines) in 
Thargan, and Pfiu (p. S44) in the Upper Valais, belonged to the 
provincQ of Rhtetia, wbilc W. Snitnerland formed pa.Y\ o\ ^vi& 
(Gallia). The name Helvetii bad become extinct e"^enWloI«.'l^lft''■^*<'*■ 
of ConBtantine. Under lie Roman sway Hclvpt'ia linjo^cA »ftiwN^" 
ing trade, wbieb covered tbc laud with cities and -viWagcs. ^ ^t*** 



iif that piTiod eiista in the Komuiic diklect, which is still spoken 
in some parts at Switzerland. 

About 400 A. D. a great irmptioo of barbarians swept throog^ 
the peaceful valleys of the Alps, and Hans, Bargundiaus, Alemanni, 
and Ostrogoths in succession settled in different parts of the coontry. 
The AleTaanTii occupied the whole of N. tiwitzertand, where Ger- 
man is now spoken; the Biirgundiana the W. part, where French 
is spoken; and the Oftrogottu S, Switzerland, where Italian and 
Romansch are now spoken. These races were graduully subdued 
by the Fr<Mikg, who, however, did not take posaession of the countrj 
themselves, bat governed it by their officers. During this period 
Christianity was introdneed, the montisteries ot I>uen{is (p. 471), 
St. GaU (p. 57), and fJiiuUdein (p. 92) were founded, and dnkes 
and counts were appointed as vicegerents of the Frankisb kings. 

After the dissolution of tbc great Frankisb ejupire, the E. half 
of Switzerland, the boundary of which extended from Eglisau over 
the Albis to Lucerne and the Grimsel, was united with the duchy 
of Alananjiia or Swdbia, and the W. part with the kingdom of 
Bttrgundy (912). After the downfall of the latter (1032) German 
Einperors took possession of the country, and governeit it by their 
vicegerents the Dukes of Zlhringeu (p. 154), who were perpetually 
at enmity with tbc Vurgundian nobles and therefore favoured the 
inhabitants of the towns, and were themselves the founders of sever^ 
new towns, such as Fribourg, Berne, and Burgdorf. 

As the power of the emperors declined, and the nobles, spiritual 
and temporal, became more ambitions of independence and uiore eager 
to fill their cofleis at the eipense oE their neighbours, the Swiss 
towns and the few country-people who had succeeded in preserving 
their frccdnm from serfdom were compelled to consnlt their safety 
by entering into treaties with the feudal lords of the soil. Thns the 
inhabitants of ZDrieb placed themselves under the protection of the 
then unimportant Gmnta of Hdbsbwg, with whom tlie 'Three Can- 
tons' of Uri, Schwye, and Unterwalden were also allied. In 1231 and 
1240 lottersof independence were granted by Emperor Frederick II. 
to Uri and Schwyz, and after Count Rudolph of Habtburg had 
become emperor he confirmed the privileges of the former la 1274, 
while fiehwyz and Unterwalden still continued subject to the Habs- 
bnrg supremacy. 

After the emperor's death in 1291 the Forest Cantons (comp. 
p. 118)CDrmed their first league tor mutual safety and the protection 
of their liberty against the growing power of the House of Habsburg. 
Rudolph's son Albert in particnlar endeavoured to rear the limited 
rights be enjoyed in these districts into absolute sovereignty, and 
to incorporate them with his empire. 

The ancient cantons therefore embraced the cause of the rival 
moiiareh Adolph of Nattatt, who confirmed their priyileges. Vic- 



tory, however, favoured Albert, who again deprived the cantons ol 
their privileges, bat does not appear to have treated them with niDCh 
Beverily. To this period beloDgs the romantic but nnfonnded tradi- 
tion ot "William Tell jcomp. p. 101). 

Tbe tegeod of the nitionil bero of Switseiluid, is well u the Btory of 
the aipuliion of the Anitiiu bailiSs in 13DB, is deatitute of hiatDEicil 
toOBdition. No truce of BDCh k perion ii to he fooad In the ffoik of Jobn 
of Wintecthui (Vitoduiaima , 1346) or tbit of Coniid Jostjnger of Ben 
(1420), the eirUest Swiss histDtiuii. Mention ii m^e e! him foe the fiiat 
time in tbe Sarnei Chiouik of 1410, uid the myth wtu BsbHeaDEutly em- 
belliihed bv .a^dius Techudi of Oluae (d. 1M2), and slill more by Jo- 
bmsn von UDller (i. 1809), while Scbiller'i funDoB pUy hiB finally Becnted 
to the hecD a worldwide celehiit}-. Similar traditiona are met with among 
varlonB nortbein nstioiiB, sneh >B the Danei and IcelajiderB. 

After the aaaassination of Albert by John of Swabiit in 1308, 
Eiaperor Henry VII. , who was also an opponent of the Habs- 
burgers, conferred a charter of iodependence on tbe Foregt Cantons. 
The Honse of Habsbnrg regarded this hb an infringement of their 
rights, and sent a powerful army against these cantons, which after 
the death of Henry had declared their adherence to Lonis the Ba- 
variim, tbe opponent of Frederick tbe Handsome. This army was 
destroyed at Morgarten (p. 91) in 1315. Subsequent attempts to 
subject the country to the supremacy of the House of Habsburg were 
fmstrated by the victories of the Swiss at Sempach (p. 15) in 13S6, 
at NSfeU (p. 76) in 1388, and at the Slou (p. 106) in 1405. 

In the Burgundian parts of the country loo the nobility were 
jealous of tbe ipcreasing importance of the towns, and therefore 
attempted to conquer Berne, but were defeated by the citiiens at 
Lavipen (p. 247) in 1339. 

In 1354 a confederacy was formed by eight independent districts 
and towns, which soon became powerful enough to aasume the offen- 
sive, and at length actually wrested tbe hereditary domain of Habs- 
borg from the Dntes of Anstria, who tried in vain to recover it. 

Even CharUe tbe Bold, Duke of Burgundy, the mightiest prince 
of his time, naa defeated by tbe Swiss at the three battles of 
" Grandson (1476, p. 243), Moral (1476, p. 246), and Nancy, while 
at an earlier period a large body of irregular French and other 
troops, which had been made over to Austria by the King of France, 
sustained a severe check from the confederates at St. Jakob on the 
Birs (1444, p. 10). 

In the Swabian war (1499) the bravery and unity of the Swiss 
achieved another triumph in tbe victory of Z*»cnacA(p.224). At that 
period their independence of the emperor was formally recognized, 
but they continued nominally attached to the empire down to 1648. 

The last-named victory formed a fittiug t«rminatiuD to a a^<^ 
cesafnl career of two centuries, tbe most glorioua ui ftife\i\s\tw^ lA- 
Switzerland. At the beginning of the 16tt oealui^ o. ■efc^Voi •* 
decline set in. The enormoas booty captured in ttie 'B'ttrgafti.isa.^'* 



bad begotten a taB(« for weattli anil luiary, tfap dvmoraliziDK pravtici^ 
of Bcrving aa mercoDU-y troops in foreign lands bc^n Ici prevail, 
and a fouuilation was laid for tlic rcproaebfnl proverb "Pas il'argciLt, 
pas du i^oisscs!" 

The cause of the Ri:formution nnder the augpicea of Zwingli 
iras lealously embraced by a large propurtion of the popalatioa of 
Switzerland about the beginning of the 16tb century; bat the bitter 
jealonaies thna sown between the Roman Catholic and the Reformed 
Cantons were attended with most disastroas conseqnencea, and in 
the ciril wara which ensued bloody battles were fought at Kappet 
(p. 89) in 1531, at ViUmtrgen in 1656, and during the Toggcn- 
bnrg war in 1712, 

Traces of unflinching bravery and of a noble spirit of self- 
aacriflce are observable in individual Instances even at the close of 
the IStb centnry, as exeiDplided by the alfaira of Bothenthana 
and Slant, but thR national vigour was gone. The resistance 
of Individuals to the invasion of the French repnblicaDS proved 
fruitless, and the Helvetian ReptMin was funnded on the rnins of 
the ancient liberties of the nation. In 1803 Napoleon restored the 
cantonal system, and iu accordance with resolutions passed by the 
Congress of Vienna in 1815 the constitution was remodelled. The 
changes introduced In consequence of the revolntion of July 1830 
were unhappily the forerunners of the civil war nf the Sondcrbund, 
or Separate League, in November 1847; but this was of short 
duration, and on 19th April, 184S, a new Fedepol Canstitatioa 
was inaugnraled. 

The supreme authority is the Federal Agaembly (Bnndes- 
Tersammlung), the seat of which is nt Berne. It is formed by the 
union of the Naiifrnal Council (National-Rat) and the Council 
of the Stales (StSnde-Rat) ; the former consisting of 1S9 deputies 
elected for three years in each canton, in the proportion of one for 
each 20,000 of the population; the latter of 44 representatives of 
the cantonal governments (two for each canton and one for each balf- 
canton). The eiecutive power is deputed to the Federal Council 
(Bundes-Rat), whose seven members are elected for three years by 
the Federal Assembly and include the President and theVice-Pre.ii- 
dent of the Confederation, who hold their offices for one year only. 
The Assembly controls the foreign relations of the Confederation 
and its military affairs, and also enacts laws, subject, however, to 
the Meferendum, or vol* of the people en masse, an arrangement 
introduced iu 1874. So far uniformity has been attained only in 
certain important branches of commercial law. The federal army 
comprises the AuBsug or Elite, including citizens between the ages 
of SO and 32, the Landwehr, consisting of citizens between 3S and 
40 years of age, and the Laitdetwrta, between the 40th and the 
tSth year. There are annual training-periods and repetition-courses 



lor recrnits, non-com misaioned offici^rB, and officers respectively. 
The flag of Switzerland displays a white cross upan a red gioand. 

Nnmeroua international institations have their headijuarten in 
Switzerland: the Leagne of Nations (p. 360), the Bed Cross (p. 263; 
the flag uf Switzerland with colours inverted], the Nobel Fonnda- 
tion, and the Internatioaal Labour Office (p. 365). Switzerland Is 
notable also as the originator of such democratic meaSDres as the 
popular initiative and referendum, proportional represcnUtion, 
irorkinen's compensation, and workmen's sickness, accident, and 
neemploymeot insurance. 

Bibllpp«p)iT. The fotlowing books will b« fuaod luefol by the 


J Karl I 

»nd 'Teu 
MeOradcan: 'The Scenery of Switi 
•A Shon History of Switiniland', by Ear 
ition, 1898); 'Swiss Life in Town »nd Countn ,...,. _ 

'Switierl&nrl', by Una Hug and Rietiard SUad (Story o 
IB Beues; ini ed., laSQ); 'The Englishmin is the Alps', au ai 
f piMse and vene (1919), and 'The Alps' (Uooe Dnivereity Libi 
bi>th by Arnold Lunit. 

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Binig-Tal Railway ILindBkion; Muiutein), II. 
3. From B&Ie to Berne Ti& Olten and HerEogenbuchgee . 11 
Environs of Lieslal {Bienenbfnr, Bid Bcluoenburg, Hei- 
galdBwil). From Liestal to Wnldsnbnrg and Ungen- 
Iruck, It. — From Siasach to Ollfn til LtafclfinnD, 12. 
— From Solenfo to Bnrgdorf and LaneDau by tbe Bmoien- 
Tal Railway, 11. — From Bnrgdorf to Thon, U, 
i. From BJtle to Laoeme vift Olten .15 

, 5. From Bftle to ZOrich or Wintertbur vift Stein . . . lii 
KOnigaftlden, 17. — EicDiaions from Baden, l!l. 

I C. From Olten to Zflrich Tift Aaran 19 

From Aatan vift Bothkiaiu-InimenBee to Artta-Goldan, 

1 21. — From Aaraa to WettioKen. 21. — Uibsbn^, H. 

I 7. FromBUetoScbafFhausen and Constance by the German 

I Railway 22 

I Steamboat from BobaffhaoBan to dmatance, 24. 

i 8. The Falls o( the Bhine 35 

9. TbeOermanandAoatrianCankaaftheLakeofConatance ST 

10. From SchafOiansen rift Etzwil en to Constance, Romans- 
hont, and Rorschach 30 

From ConaUnce viS Weinfelden to Wil, SI. — Exour. 

11. From ScbafOiBnsen to Zdrich 33 

a. Vift Egliaau, 33. — b. Via Wintcrthnr, 34. 

12. Zflrich and its Environs. Oetliberg 34 

I 33. From Zflricb to Sargans (Coire). Lake o£ Ziirich und 

Walenaee ih 

a. Railway on tbe Left Bank, 45. 
Fron Siebuen to the WB«gi-Tal. 46. 

b. Railway on the Right Bank, 47. Rapperswil, 48. 
t. From Weesen to Sargan! 


n WeBBen (Spccr, J 

■ - - -W^i 

mWallenaladt, 62. — Aliier and Woiastannen-Tal, B3. 

14. From Zurich to Romanghorn vift Winterthiir ... 

From Wintertbur to Rfiti, M. 

15. From ZHrich to Borscbach via St. Gall .-...■ 
raiona from St. Gall. From 8t. Gi,U to tioten. \.-j 
ray, M. 

BwiUeiltM. aath Edition. "^ 


Bonis Piga 

16. From Bomuuborn to Bappenwil tII 8t. Qall and 
Wrttwil 69 

17. From Wil tbroagh the toggeobiu-g to Bncha in tbe ! 
EhioeTaUey f.O i 

EicnnloiiB froni LiohteiuteiK, ^l.^Aacfnt oC tie Spcer I 

from Ebnit, 81. — From NeiBltu oTer tie Krltisrn I 

Pui lo UmKch, Si. I 

i. The Csiiton ot Appemell 03 

HeidBn aod iH EuTiroDH, M. — Uiii lod its Knvirona, 
65. — Appeniell ind the Sentis lUilwiy. mi. — Weiss- 

19. FTDm Borachach to Coice 69 

Wtlienhineen. MaldegB, 8B. — GoMen.IO. — Fmlknii, 7J. 

20. Ragati aod its EnvirooB. PFifers 72 

From BwatitoYittli. Oiiigeltpiti, !5. — Fiom VMtU 
to ReichenLU uid Fllmi; Sudoni Hnl, TB, T6. 

21. From Zurich to Qlaru and Liathal 

Eiuliapiti, 76. — EioniBioD* from Gl»ru» (SohUd ; Pwrn- 
■Ipatodi; Vordet-QUjmKli), TT. — EiouniODS tram Lia- 
Ihtl ICIirideu Hut; BriDDWild; Tieilclid; Btnmguteii 
Alp; Uuttece Hut; UpfBr Sudilpi TBdil, 10.80. -^ 
From Liatlwl OTor the Kiaten Pua to Brisels, SI. 

22. From Linthal to Altdorf over the Elanaen Pass. 

GicanionB from the Uraerboden ud the Kliusen Pisa, 

23. From Schwyi to Glarna over the Pragel 

From Uaotiithil to Altdorf over the Kini^ P»aa, and lo 
Stachelberg h; tha Bisi-Til, US. — The OUroisch, M. 

94. From GUrus to Elm through the Sernf-Tal . . . 
Eioniaione from Elm, BB, — From Elm over tbe S^nea 
Paas to Films ; over the Psniier Pias ot tba Setber Pnrka 
lo llani; DTBi the Foo Paas lo We»BtuiDeni over thr 
Sardona Puis lo Vitfis; over the Riobetli Piaa (o 
Ibit, 88. 

1. From Belfort (Paris) to Bile. 

a. Vi& MuUioiiBe. 

SI'/sM. BiiLWAT. hy eipteea in !-*"/, bra. — From Parie, S87 M. in 
lOi/rll'/, bra. 

For the description of this roate, see Baedeker'* Northern 

b. Vi& DeUe. 

FromBeUortto (137|U.)2>eUe (rail, restaurant), see Bdfife&ei-'^ 
Northern France. From Delle we may Tiait the large stalactite 
Qrottea de MUandre (thero and bact ea. 2 hrs.), situated in Swiss 


Proctieia Sotfi. BIlE. J- Satite S. 8 

territory. — Beyond Delle we enter Switierlaad (Central Enropesn 
time). — 18 M. Cowtemaicke. Then a tnnnel. 

21 M. Porrentrur, Ger. JVitTiinrf (1400'; Rail. Bestsnrant; 
Kdt, Terminas; Hfit da Ciieial Blanc), is an old town (6368 in- 
hab.) an the AUaiite, dominateii by an old chfiteau, in 1539-1796 
the residence of the bishopa of B£lc. Swiss custem-honse station. 

24 M. Govrgenay. The train passes throngh Mont TerriUe 
by means of a tnnnel (ea. 2 M. long). — 33 M. iS(. Uraanne (1691'; 
^6t.duBceur), a small pictnresqne town in the beantifnl valley of the 
Doubs (pp. 238, 239), with a Romanesqne-Gothic chnrch and a mined 
chateau on a lofty rock. — The railway crosses the larjre riadnot 
ol Comht-Maran, threads three (uimels, one of which is I'/jU. 
in length, and then descends liie valley of the Sortie. — 36 T&. 
Glovmer (1663'; Hdt. de la Gare), junctioo for the narrow-gange 
line to La Chaux-de-Fonds (see p. 238), is the station for the Charges 
du Pickowx, tbroagh which the Some flows. The road leads tU 
Berlineovrt and Undervelier to the (1*/, hr.) road tnnnel called 
Galerie du Pichoncc, and 10 inin. farther to the Le Ptchomc Inn 
(2410')- — The line descends the grassy valley of the Some via 
Batsecotirt, Courfaiore, and CourtiteUe. 

38'/iM. Cei*non( (1S16'), where we join the line from Bienne 
to Bfite (R. 56). 

2. B&le. 

Hotels Icomp. p. iii ; mast of them » itli resUuTUitB). — Nkis tbe 
FudeulStatioi: *Bljt. SchKeiserlUjr (e\. t; £,6), ISO beds, 'Hit. Fic- 
toria£jratit»ui(Pl.e: E.e), IMheds, it both R. ftom ?, B. 2% L. T.D.S, 
P.fnmlStr.i *6niii4-H(1tet^ £«t<r (Fl. b; D,£,6), 116 beds, •Si-.-.Hdt. 
de I'UnivtTi {Yi. n; l),e), Zcnliilbihn-Str. 1, 1«0 (tede, at both R, trom I, 
B. i'l,, L. Vlt, D. 8'/bi P- tmni 18 h- — Brielol |P1. 1; E, 6), 45 beto ttom 
IVb B. IVi, L. i, D. 6, P. from IS'/t f i- ; ConHnental (PI. v ; D, «), 60 beda 
from <li/„ B. !, L. iVt, O- ^Vi. P- ''om IS'/i h- ; Bofer (PI. t ; D, 6), 40 bed* 
froml, B. li/„D. 4,P, bomlittr.; St. OolOiaTd <t Terminut (FI. o;i:,t), 
M beds from S% B. H/j, L. S% D. 4, P. (rom ]0 fi. ; Jura (PI. t; D, 6), 
Its bed» from 4, B. l'/,, D. 5, P. tiom IS fr. good ; Bdt. Qami I'ortima 
(PI. i; D, 6), temperuiH, ii beds from 4. fr. ; HSt. BahtUtof (PL j ; B, 6), 
SObedi: Pnrft Hotd Berverliof (P\. s; D, 6), flO beds from S"/, fr., igood 
fsmily liatet. 

In thbTowh: 'Drei Kflnifl* (Three Kings ; PI. i, D, «), on the KLine, 
liist-cUBH, ItObeds tiom 7, B. Vj„ L. e</i, D. V},, P. from IB fr.; Centra/ 
(PI. i;D,i), eobedi, jairaccie i£ Jfonopole (FLh; D, 4J, BO beds, *BaH«)- 
omBSein (PI. d; D, !), wlfli terraee on the Hhiae, 48 beds, inttiMa^taw 
B. from VU, B, l»/„ L. VI-, D. BVu P- ttom iSVi fr. ', 8toTCli WlvftOW«3'*\,'t-; 
D, S), ISO beds from 4Vi, B. l'/« L. Vlt, D. W/., t. tutm 16 U., SW>*\ »«*- 
*■« Balmett (PI. m ; D, #;, SO bed* frem S, B. X'(j, T.. oiTl. ti^-lio-m^^* 

^ I. Bonus. BALR. PraeUaa sum. 

mmw, MirkliiiMii.' I :Pl. II,:;,', WiUiU rn.m ;;'.,. II. I fr.; W.i,.tiTi,dkai« 
(Pl.iill,;t),UnipFMiicc,Klb«iIiij8E<icyU(./',BtrfB«rr-l>l>li rM^L.tOlKda 
frsB <■/<!. II. IVi. 1-4>L D.G,P. from ItU.; AwTfi- Jl<ir Utr I'itv Hot^l; 
I'l. I : E, G}, h'lnpmnH. Mlfda trum tfl,. 11. •. L. X'/i. II. N-fi. C- rrvH V tr. 

Ill THE RmHTbM 1 "Knilfl (PI. ii: K.3<, on Ihrlllilnr, U Udi fnn J, 
B. 1' ., 1. -1. II. 5, P. rm« 11 fr.; iklM l-uiit .i- flh imM-lur llvf. h.-ild- thr 
b»l,HObedifniiiaVi.I>-l'>l>-«>l'-'nniK'fr" HIHI.r'xIf-vil ri.w:H.r, 
nwir thF B«i1mi Stat mil. a-Ai'itrlFini'. 41 hpih frrim !i. B.Sfr.: 
JMri'l. I>lii F.i\ M>bcd> fruiii l>h. »■ l-.c L. .■■/,, U.\ P. (ttta Hit.: 
llti'leiMr llinrli .yi i!h:y.l\il^»: II^.Si-bru<ririVl.»;l\l),ia}Kit. 

OftfV«-R«steiir«nti. COA Niuyr. a UKti'Vuiiliy N..iir liuililiui: on ilu- 
W. .Id^- -i Iii» iiiirkel|ilii<'t- (lut & In.l tl....r..: St.iih-tU^,m iPI. D, 41; 
aeklflt^hui'p Vi>Il1inpr-IIllli-\ l'*n-i>^Hlr. Sh; KhkMIuiIIi (i-. iiiV Miim-B- 
I'fnc: .o.'IVii'U-'H/I. lirrlH-ivaur Ii; l^iiwlho. Falknrr-Str. :11. - Ou (b.- 
riu'lii lianli: ^H''- ■Treir-n-liii*><' 3. vith li-rno' on iIh- Hliiiif; ly.,.f«hra«. 
CUn-Str. :, Fopnlar Besorta. ifnmH-ir'OiriKn i'l. K. i.; )■, ini; 
.^rkHliiHlmnr ,PL B, 41. huilt in Iilm, rmtuml iii iwi-::. villi nlil .in.l new 
:.iwoi1alwln.i.>ini ..r Ih-HnlirrdKiiiiliian.: KHr^-l'.iFi ■.y.iv. 

•SnmWKga iSO-Mv.-. L rwin Biih.P ui:>l tl,i- tia.lii, St,ili:H [PI. 
H. I Tia thr I'lin-nni uid llarfiiwr-Piili ^PI. I>. K, to tlir Ft-Ieral 
^lailoH (PI. D.»)- ' 3. Krom the J»nf( >' .-tfo/fiw ' PI. U. I riii ilir VeH- 
Mtia-TUu Pl.r,S: FflrrHl .■^lallan .PL D.K;, ainilriihiiR .!■!. B. i. ,ii, 
iBd Kauciit^'ld-Plili PI. A. 1] l.i l.i^S.M ibvu*.! PI. II, i . - 3. Viam 
tilt Mirti/W<irivNfrn«wJPI. A. 1, gi vil ill' llii»inui> rdt.. Birruurr-Pliti 
P1.D,4'<. and Aroehri^TUti (l-I.E, F.iii IP lUrtfil.!, n tlwood PI. H, 4). - 
4. From KMu-IIHiifHifiM ilwynd PL >:. 1) x& Ihr Kli-lvek-Str.. I'lan- 
Plili, Bartlun-PUtz, Fi-lir^il St'iili-ii .PL D. «'. and ClilPi-Stt. to thr 
TiO-Flals (bryoiid PI. D. iv -- 5. Pram the 1}H-I1ats tfaejoud P* " ' 

«. From ^lUTnAirfl (IvfoDil PI. A, 3- ria ilip Aa-Sir. . PI. B. L'. 4,a>. Itit^iw 
Plati. aiul L'lara-Phtx (PL K. 1' to tbr ll-i.t,u Sialt.-H. ItiilUH. siid Unviv 
•hnvnilPLILr. -8.rrvBtli( llniv^^HiJ >|KiI.iiiiii;.': PLB. II rii tl.« 
Uarfltuc^PlRIi «nJ I'lin-Plaii to llif Wi.-i Itai: < hi-vund PL K. K. - 
8. Fun tit y.:yartfi-I1iU: ,}-yvfiF}. .\.S- vii ib' JUrfflii-rr-Fliiti to 
HaniKOfH 0-von.l PI. f, r.- II. From the .IwArn-Jfar: (PL E. F. 5^ 
Til RBehtBldaB'> l-»v..ndPL>'.(i. n: cinii. ■>.2S4\— IS. 
Fr»ia thpnVMi'-iT.ifzilirv.'nil PI. K. II t a thp Barf U^h.t. flan |» St.Jat.* 
i-rxiai PI. 11. A'.-IS. Vr.>n ■hi' ]t,.rfti,*'r-Iii,t: VI. II. 4' via tlir St. 
.lakobi'Str. Ii' BmifHl^: [Ivnoil PI. V. «\ IS. KltiH-HaniHucn 
Ii«i-ai4 Fl. >: . II rii ilii> Clara-PlMi. ibr BarfOantr-PUti. a*.l tbo 
:»'.-hati«aliaii) :PI. B. 4. J> lo tbc Snt'llrr-llat: i\<t\m<\ PI. A. tt>. 

GkbB [lev 1*riir pnidiiiu''. 3i-U.r V>ih. tor W^^trn AV Ti*.t \U.. 
neb additional inu metn* ilK' vd*.< 10 c: an a<iilhl"Dal ta\ ii ebacged ..{ 
Bu-tUrd. 11 Di^-bt (lii-H' -t pni'-hilf. An mra i;l:in.-c of 1 ir. \> madp Ut 
cachdrire l>f:;uii afti'r 10 {i. in. Wailing IPe. for nerr i Bin.. 1 hr. itfr. : 
each trout or<T ii U'l. iUc- TariHHier IXib. np ti' &6i<_ai<-(ri.-i (iiI3 rd*.) 
anj"fur lu—ip,-' ar, ,il-..vv. ■■ ■ ■ ■- ■ ■ . - ■ t. 

Post, Telenaph, and Telephone OtfloM J'Ll'. *' - fornpr of 
Frne Siruar and R1ldpii^-aa«p Ii, aliio at tliv Federal rind Ila<!rn Suiiooa. 
Pvtte SeilaBte k'tlcn muit Ik callvd foi at Ihe BDdeufraue. dbIcm tber 
an addmacd to Itac Federal Station OffiH .ZenlraUiba.Str, ; PI. K. ■■ . 

Batha in the Rbine ;PI. E. 3. 4 : cloaed 1-3 p.m.l. I [r. incl. UvA^. 

BrttialL Coneiil. .v,>rmii.i L. ifn^ir. — United Statea Coniul, 
•,iu_ >x^...j >— -hongraben SO. 

-jreea Co., Zeniralliibn-Plali IS. 

J- s._J.r.jr.OoKr(GTtatEa*tenilUilvay'.I>oniachei$ii.;*: 

■ gw g dqr* Oh^iLondoD k Soulh tTrtteni Hailwiy\ Aetehri^rahrn »i. 


TimSB of AdmiaBion. lliitoricat * 
ia.ia-12.1K !c i-t Slid gu Wril. 2-4, on othm 
from Sav. lut to Mai^ih 3l>.t) feu Ifr., ti 
liolidiys. — KuiwUaUs (p. 10). 9.!I0(I0.S0 on 

u of tbo Bftle Miuinnuy Society (in th« 
Koim[ien-Sul iu the eloistere), s^lm. !0 c — Mulaim * Pieturr. aaUiiri, 
([I. 7), fro« on Sun, 10.16-12,15 * M, oo Wed. it, and on Sat. «-B, on othar 
dayH (eicept Mon.| n-12 & a-S (i-5 in winter) tee 1 fr. ; CoUeetioii of Engrav- 
iaga, on ThnrH. & Sat. i-S. — Ratluiua (p. B). free on Snn. 10-18, on other 
dayi adm. 8-11 & i-6 tor It pers. 50 c. S or more pcrs. iO c. etteh; Ait 
EAlbition tree on Son. lO.lOJi.SO, on other days fee SO o. — Umveniti/ 
Library {p. 11). exhibit ion-room open on weehdaya 10-li.30 & 2-5. 

B&leoT Basle, Ger.Batel (840' -935'; pop. 135,976), the eftpital 
of the half-CBnton Bus el-Sttidt, lies on both bank!< uf the^fti'ne,wliicb, 
tarniag to the N,, bore enters tbe upper Rhenish plain. On the left 
bank lies Groes-Baael, od two hills separated by tbe valley of the 
Biratg, which, from time iiumemoriu!, has marked the trnffic rente. 
On the right bank lies Klein-Basel, with nnmcrons mannfactorics. 
In A. D. 374 BAle, along with Angnsta Kanrica (Angst, p. 16), is 
mentioned as a Roman fort (Bagilia, royal residence), and soon 
afterwards it became a bishop's see. In the 10th centnry it belonged 
to Bnrgnndy, along with which it was annesed in 1006 to Germany 
by the Emperor Henry II. The strnggling Tuiddlc classes freeil 
themselves from the doniiDlon of the bishops and the nobles, and 
after years of flghting with (lie house of HabshuTg the town became 
a nicniber of the Swiss Confederation in 1501. In 15E9 the town 
accepted the Reformation. The university, founded in 1460 by 
Pope Pins II. (.Xneas Sylvins), became celebrated nnder Erasnins 
of Kotterdum (1531) as tbe chief seat of humanism and was dis- 
tingnished later by outstanding scholars. Bale is after Zltrieh 
Switzerland's chief place of commerce. Its silk ribbon weaving is 
of ancient tame, in addition to which tbe chemical industry flonrishes. 
NnmeroDs edncational and philanthropic institntions testify to the 
social sense of the citizens, 

Fonr Bridgea cross the river. Tbe chief traffic goes oyer the 
MiUlere BrUcke (PI. D, E, 3; 1906), a granite stmctnre with six 
arches, on the site of the old wooden bridge dating from tbe middle 
ages. Higher np is the iron Wetta.em-Braeke (PI. F. 4; 1879), 
with three spans; at each end are two large griffins, the beraldie 
symbol of Bile, Below the central bridge is tbe flye-arched Vntere 
Srilclce or Johanniler-Brilcke (PI. D, 1; 1382), A little above 
the town is the bridge used by tbe Junction Railnay (p. 3). 

The 'Minster (PI. E, 4), a pictnresqne edifice of red sand- 
stone, with a brilliantly colonred roof and two slender ton-en,, 
is conspicuous in eyery view of the city. Down to ttie"B,%loTTO».^N.<ni. 
(1689) it was the cathedral of the old bishopric o( Tvae- U»> ^w"!*" 
ation is ascribed to Enip. Henry 11. (see aboie'), Wl ftie o\i<^;. , 


6 /. KfuU 2. BALF. JHiifter. 

rxifltini; |iarb< ihtr (rmn Ihr llth In lh<' Ktlh rrnlnriM. It wm 
ReriouHly duntged in 1366 by earthqutki' in<l drp ind wu thm 
rebuilt in tlie Gothic style and rpcotuccrilcd in 1365. The bsild- 
inf; Dndprwcnt a thoroa^^h restormlion in the 19th century, ^ 

()[ the Knmincuue ■iTiiiturc the K. porlil. or fit. GnUuM OoUkiiw 
(ni. I!(NI|, Htill exists, aoil ia ailornrd with aculpturTBi it fhr aidw in 
HJI uichfii aie Ike Works of L'hirity. Mil al tbu tap the Lut JniliEiaeiit. 
Ovrr tbt donr ii a window rcnnmenting the Wtifel o( Fortuor, and higbei 
U|<, to the ri)d>t. are utatnea ol Jshn the Evingcliii and Jobn the Baptlat. 
.—The exterior of the Choir ia, in the lower part, SomasHque and in tka 
upper, Gothic — The W. Facade i> enCitelv (lothic. siDi thi' eioeptioB 
of the baaeiDent of the A', or fit. 6n,ree\ t<.iier which <lalM aa far back 
ai> the Mtli lenturj-. The tasteful upper pari ot this towet (»!!' hi^) 
waa eumpluted ill lltfl, the 8. or St. Jfortjiia Totrar (ton' iiigh] in IMO. 
The sourplurea above the chief portal repreaenl the Virgin aod Child, 
and under them the Emp. Henry II., with a model of the choreh, mi 
the Erapreaa Eun^nde; below are St Oeorge and the dragon (1.) and Bt. 
Martin (r. ; n modern cupy). To the riffht anil left i>f the main portal tbare 
are tour Kood aUluee dating from the 14th century. 

The Interior (entrance by the aide door on the W. side of St llartia't 
tower; ndm. ace p. 5; sacriatin. MUnster-Pliti IS) ie US' lonR and lOT' 
wide and originally conaiited of niri 

■ialea owing to the incluBioD at the chapels. The fteneril 
ery imMsing, eapedally when leen from the galleries. The 
!B windows are modem. The beaatif u1 rood-loft of I3B1 BoppDrti 

the lar^e and eicelleul organ. The pulpit ditea from I48B. In the left 

iW&: on the pillar oppoalte ie the tDmbstonu of the fsmons humaniat 
KraBmuB af fioKcrdun (d. l&Sli). In the Iranacpt are lite-Qolhic ohoir- 
Klalla, with aatirical repreneatationa (Ifith cent). In the sinhnUtorj- are 
monuments ot the Empreaa Anna (il. ISSIJ, wife of Kndolf of Habiibnrg. 
uid of hrr youngest eon Charles. The right outer aisle oontiine a relief 
of ail apoRtlea (llth cent.).— In the Ci'j/pl there are 161h rentnry frencoes. 

Frum 1J31 lo 1131 the great Oo<meU of Hile sat in the Minater. Iia 
ostensible taak was a 'reformation of the Churdi in head ind membera': 
but after being triOHferred to Florence and haTing debated for veara with- 
out reenlt, beaides being eicommunicated by Pope Engene IT., it wa< dia- 
Holved in 1*49. 

On tlie S. side of the cathedral are exteDSive *Cloi8tiu(s, at the 
W. entrance to which, at the Rittergaase, is a statne of Joliannes 
(Ecolampadiut (d. 1531), tbe Retormer. The open arcades of the 
cloisters are partt; Eomanesqne, partlj late-Gothic (Snd half of 
16th cent.). The cloisters extend to the Pfols, a tree-planted 
terrace, sitnated 65' above the Rhine, and affording a bcantifnl view 
of the green river and the hills of the Black Forest. 

In the AugaBtincrgasBe, which descends to the N.W. from the 
MiiHster-Platz, ia the— 

liuseam (PI. E, 3), with its rich collections. On the gronnd- 
Hour are, to the right, the Oiteological and Palxontologieal 
CoUeotiom; to the left, towards the street, the GoUeditm of En- 
gravingt (adm., see p. 5), a rich collection of the graphic arts, 
containing drawings by Hans Holbein and bis coDtemporariea; and, 
towards tbe court, the new and important Ethnological Mv*evm. 



I. BmUe s 

— On the BtsireaBe ate three large frescoes by BOeklin (1868-70)^ 
representing 0«a, Floiv, and ApoUo, accompuiied by medallions 
{above the windows). — The first floor contains the A\tla of the 
University, with portraits of 107 aebolars of Bile, and the Natural 
Hittcry CoUeefiont. 

The second floor is occupied by the •Piotnro Gallery (director, 
Prof.Dr.E.A.Schmid), chiefly interestingfor its paintings and draw- 
ings by flans floHieiii tft« YoanjCT" (b. at Angsborg 1497, d. in Lon- 
don 1543), wbo lived at B&Ie in 1515-26, 1528-82, and 1538, and also 
for the palnUngs by Arnold Bdcldin (1827-1901), a native of BUf. 
Adnt., see p. 5. Visitors ring. Illostiitted catalogne (1910) 1 fr. 

In the Stairoabb from the Snt to the eHond flooi : no nambet, LUatlia; 
Bile drnminaie : BodUr, Linsqneaet; Ham Sandreuter, A ■nmmeiHlmy ; 
nUioed glui (16Ui cent.). — 

paiutingB by BBckli 
Oleifre, Penlheua pui 
the Unnida (I8U). 


99. Diaas bantins |ises| ; 81 
Spring (deaim of 186!); B5' 
Portrait o( bimseif. i aniii 
psintiEg of the Weimoi pi 
riod [ca. IBS!); DO nambP: 

Portrait ol a Bfile lady (1866) ; 
101, Mary Uigdalec by the 
body of Chtist (1867); lOS. 


if t)ieDeail(iegO); : 
n the much (18811;. 
Sacred grove (fliat readei 



1 i^ 



T. Entrance Koom 

11. Baeklin Boooi 


Til. Drawings 

IT. Win Boom 

V. Mianel Koom 

■ir - 1 

Tl. Holbein Reom 

Vir. Slimmer Koom 

VIII. Gratr Boom 

IX. Von del MnhU 


X. Weltii Boom 

XI. Stflokei berg Koom 

XII. Corridor 


" I' 


XIII. Modern 8wi>e 



odler Boom. 

Calypeo (188S) ; 

\l»m; IIS. Lice ■ uriEi umam 
(188^; lis. Portrait ol him- 
self (isas); 114. The Fli^ue 
(onflaiahed worh of the paint- 
er's late period). Above the main entrssH, five original models for the 
atone masks of the EnnathaUe (p. 10]. — A. FoUmomi, Hsrble bnat of 
Jacob Bnmkhardt; A. BOdebTand, Bronae bust of BSoklin. 

m. HoOB OT THE DBiwima (ohaoged at intetvals). A. DUrer, no 
numbers, Crnciaiion (with nameroDa fignres), Ti^in and Child. Ham 
Boibein the Younger, Designs for stained glass, Scenes from the Fasaioa 
Sketch for the oigan-wings, Portrait-altetcliea, Sketch for the plot 
the family uf Sir Thomas Uore, Ooldsmilha' designs. Female toetames, 
Designs for house facades, Sketohes for the tovn-hall frescoes, ScenM 
from the Danoe of Death (nood-oats) ; Drawiiwa by IJt» Graf and NikUHiA 
JTanuel,' SUiaed glaai (16th cent.). 

IV. Wrm Koou. BM-847. Oonrad WUx (c 14Wl-t^^, ¥»,itft &l •■^mR. 
.ltat-niecB(seep. »M), W. Hant BiOdttng, ThiM aainta", tt\. MeW"^ 
H(W»6i«;Jm, Three floiliagangfllsi 300, S" ~ .- _ ™a-. y» 


L Hans H6U>^iiaiiB'*«'^ 


BALK, lUelHn Gallmi. 

"■ Viwii.. 

Iia Firnrw 

BHi BaU, , 
tntaa of the I>uiie nt Death; IAS. j 

J. Albr. AUdorfir, The BniTrsetiun . _ 

■lUr pictnrvi; 411. Ilniw [,lv, K1. .loroiac- in tbo Wildrri 
■unianicil Denlneh (p. I.'ill). niDnng otlirn, 411. 1'yriBiui ami Tbiabr, 4n. Tha 
jadinent of Puin, 4M. Vnlive pu-ture, 424. Tha babaading of Jolia lh« 
— Karl Siiaifftr^ Wniihippcr (hroBic ataluri; Augiutt Badin, 

hure aa -Lua- (IMilJ 
lUB, in run coatumoa; siA. i'De painieii wife anil twu ehililmi; ssiu, 
. BrnBiDllH of RDttcrdiiii : SI!. Burgomailer Jakuh UtjcT iDit hii wife 
IR); 317. Christ M tha Mid of BorraitB ind Uuy i> the Uothar of 
roVH; 910, SIl. School miater' a si^hoaida (1S16); 316. Altar pu'tHrt of 
PuaioD, in eight accaen; SIS. Lsat Sgpper; S2I. Thi> nrgau-wir^ at 
BileMinstcT; HIS, Thf dnd Chriat (pradcIU). 193. A»ibrvK Hotbeia, 
-trail of the Bale painter HiDs Herbater (IBU). 

VII. Stihiiir KooH. Bi;,5TS. TViAJ<uS(fin>nn-, Jakob Sebvyttu and 
wile Elobcth Lochmann (16IV4}; ITT- L. Cranaeti Ihe. Btrlir, Lultaar and 

Rrueglid, John the Baptiat p 
vid Joiia, the Anabaplilt. — 

J. van Seord, Portmt of Dav 

Bnnie atataette ot Arlrian von Babanberg. 

Booh VIIL »M. Aiibm Orvg, The painter'a vtte; BOS. II. Rtgand, 
Chevalier LukaaScfaanb; SM. Saudvourti'), Strolliiw aingor; MI. TKr- 
hmmhen, Sttcet-ainger (womau); MB. Henri/ Fliniti, The treMiita-ai^ker. 

TtSe. Boom ot thb Voa nit MEiill Cfli,i,EcTioii. mo, SiKi. />, Tfmvt 

Gtrard Tfrbary,' I'ortrait of Pi^Baniiier; no numher, Jac. r',,, Rnyidn/i', 
The uorn-tield: no ouiabor, Jan Slerit. The iKelve-^ear nld Jraua in the 
Tample.— Jtuk and through the Koum iiC Drawings into Ilie-- 

X. Wklti Booh. K11,Ki». Ueuu Thomn, Blaek Poreal landacipca; .llAert 
Wdli, among othera, 141. The St. Uary Bapida in Canaita; 14ti. The homo, 
tgming of the VolunteerB. — £rf,Zl;,rme™in(m, Man and wife, inarl.le group. 

XL STDisELHKBa KoOH. Aitsdm Feiierbach, tOV. Death of Fietm 
Aretioo, ilO. Jnliua Allgeyer, the engraver, ill. Tvu children making 
muaic; no nniiber, OtoC, Bnuaet laodaoape; do Dumber, ifana con Market, 
Family pielure; iBO. Glfl/rt, Uirl luring a bird of patadiae; E.StSckel- 
herg, among olhera, MS. The children of the irtixt, 6S4. St. Maty'a Dar 
in the Sahinea.^Baok to KuomX lod through the idjoining Oorbidor XII, 

Boon XIII. iJoDERR Swiss School. 148. 0& Qiron, Qiti* of tbo 
Valsia ; 438. Carl Theod. ileyer, Unter»ce near Brmatiugeo ; Ad. StObll, 
568. CODveot of Fabr oear ZSrioh, 846. Un the Amper, no number, Innn- 
dation; WW. Qiev. Bfgaiilini, Cattle watering at SaTognin; no number, 
W. Baiiner, The three brothera; 511. Fr. atKidtr, The Chineao lower M 
Manioh; B71. C. PUtarro, Village near Fontoiae; 11. Alb. jlnJter, The 
Tillage apothecary; Rud-Koder, S9S. Carriei'a cart, no number. Home 
from the field ; 660. Rob. ZSnd, The baireat; 5T0. Karl Stau/ffr-Bern, 
Portrait of tbe poet O-aatav Freytag; 639. TVitc VtUmi/, Harbour ot Dord- 
recht; 61N). Bcnj. Vautier, The mortgaged peaaant. 

XIV. HoBLEn Boon Alex. Bianchel. no number., Portrait ot himself. 
Still life; Perd. HodUr, no ouuibsra, Commucion «ith the InBnile, Mounl- 
aina with .JoDda, 390. Laadaeape on tho Lake of (ieneva, 189. The Battle of 
UUela, no namber. View of a Uko ; no number, LouiiMoiUet, In the cirona ; 
Portraita and landaeapei by yoanger BEle artieta, snoh ae r. B. Barth, 
Numa Doiui, Karl Dick, Hern. Xeyer, Paul Biirckharilt. A. II. nUe- 
grini. — Oart Burckhardl, Female flgnre in marble. 


HitMrieal JfuKutn. bAlG. I' Himle s. g 

To the If. of the mnsuajii, in the HarlinsgiUKie, is the bnndBuiiii: 

oourtfard of the 'Blue House', with a flue wrought iron railii^ 

(1761); opposite rises the new building of the Caidonal Arditves, 

with s Romanesqoe courtyard, and close hj is the plain Gothic 

. chufch of St. Martin (PI. D, 3). 

The BathauB (PI. D, 3; adm., eec p. 5), or Town Hall, in 
the Markt-Pl*tz, was erected in the Bnrgundian late-Gothic 
atylc in 1508-21 and restored in 1900-3. Beside tlie steps in the 
court is a statue of Mnoatins flaneus (p. 16), erected here in 1580. 
The GoTcrnment Uall contains fine panelling and old stained glnaa, 
and the Dew Council Hall is adorned with three wall-paintinp 
from the history of Bale hy E. Schill. Nu.\t the Rathaus is the build- 
ing of the Natwnal-Zeila'nff, with painted facades of 191S. — In 
the FiscHKAKKT (PI. D, 3) is the Exchange; the Fischmarki- 
Brtmnen is a copy of the fountain of 1467. — In the courtyard 
of the Smiths' Guild , Uerborgnase 24 {PL D, 4), is a sUtuc of 
the philosopher haak Iselin (t 1782), (he founder (in 1777) of the 
Bale Society for the Promotion of the Common Welfare, wliich 

The former Barfiigeer-Kirr.he, uf the beginning of the 14th 
cent., with a lofty cbuir, contains the ^Hietoriool Uaseunt 
(PI. U, E, 4; curator. Dr. K. P. Bnrckhardt}, one of the chief col- 
lections in Switzerland relatini; to the history of civilization and 
art. Adm., sec p. 5; printed gnide, iiO c. 

»»i. At the entrance, aichiteutiiral (rasinents am) Hciilpturc fri>iii 
Ihi' cbDiches and HPnuUi edificoa of Bile, K.g. St. Martin, from the MinalRr 
(p. b). To the left, tlie Bo-calleil Fou«taiii (p. 10), Above St. Mar- 
tin, the 'l^aUrnkeHig' a oroRncil head with movable tonKOn and cyps 
(17th cent.), which was bronoht from the Kheiiitoi (demolisbed in IMl). ~ 
The adjolBiBg Cdtteclion of Weapojit contains the slock of the old itBenal ; 

aa iron bombard trim tha Netherlands (l«4), a ^ely oraameoted bronia 
cnlverin (1511), B&le uniforma, trophies of war. Neit come fine spBcimeDS 
of SmitKa and LockamilKt Work. — To the right and left of tlie nave, 
in the aisles, Ih a seiiea of fnmished rooms. Be^iining at the entrance : 
*1. fioon from Ote Spiet^iof {wot), with paneflinE and a large bed; 
a. Ball from tAe Spiegahof (ca. I680|. with fine cabinets, doors, and the 
old BUe conncil- table; S. Boom from Me Stragibwrger Sof (ca, 1600); 
-. ^,_..__ „_.... ---- „,;a(^ /^j„ (,6oj)^ ^ith fieautifnl panellingi 
_ , I. ISSO). with heavy coffered ceiling; «. Jioom 
irim tm uuiH cii« Cordi'Rdl (ca. IMO). — We now eroas to the other 
aide of the nave. 7. OW JfiWAen; 8. SeiWnau Room from the Chlteau 
of Oescligea (17tb cent.); 9. QoOiic Boom (IMh cent.); 10. OoMin 
Room (ca. 1160); 11. Neuitiitlt Room (1787), with models of Bile gates 

The C'hoib contains ecclesiastical aatiquitjea. To the Io_ft,_ 'Fresi 

i^hnrchyard-wall of the Don 

-^ cent.: fine choLr-atalls of IBas; < 

As bisb-altar, the aide -altar o 


f-rthTilh KsM BOW in ih' Mm-r.- dM'luny •< Pmri.}i I* Iha ■«*!,«■« 

rablfl of thi' lio.^h'H t~iMli .,1 Itiiii.-ii.Jj iHui, ia -"^TS 

niTed MI i-Paln-bi'r. -a vbcb ui iiiiiur »f fhriil vu MnM mMM ' 
KaBdir-~(ln th* !''■ ■" >■<'■ ratrinw In Ibo Tiiituv*T, wMA M^^ 
irliquirin. nniwlruei'*. rmari. mil chdirrii nf ihr U-iatb i^A.: ^M 
iind giililMk Iwlnmiinir In llir rniM-r.!!* >M-i:ili croLl; *■— Imai jLfcif 
tkp itHilil* nil trul-cnn|4nin< at H\l-. Tkir^.Sviti. 4ia<n wlariftHR 
•hralLn (inth i!rnl.)i ■■(nrr, enp. and h<-iir-Kli'* nf Btmbbb •(■•MhMb 
p.<). Am-nMhR^HnlWin. piint.'<ll>!rhinB.-]f. EiqaMts Ootlfawlta*! 

Wii 'snv ru'iun, In ih>- bsm' (ud ihwuil tKi- nUitcaM la tk* ilBttk 
Ihr ti(i4.KU)ii uf tbt alali-ii. Ti|-nilr]r; rnliroiileiy. — nma; iS^bI 
other Hirim CialiiiHrt of thr 17-lMh crDtirira. In Ika lawmtr «■•- 
mUerjr 1* •BUilurd aliaix Cmcifliivn, E«i- Homo, ud Kater XI I i ■■. 
ncntril nadcr Ibo iilliicDH of Holbtii ; St. WDl^ufi ud 8L rfcit<iit« 

„- . .. ^g „,,„ .ide-BiUiTj! iinrc-Uln. Uintt, glmm, flE, 

work, tajf. iMutrj-moiiMii. Iirighllfcaloand SiSU 

1 Bie olhM n 

prvtrt. Iiitbrr i 

ravrt-DBbm. Judicial aworila. vivci 

-Wa now dngaail to the nave an __ ., 

tha CovwT, vhii-h anntiinn a foHntaln with a Ogan of Haptoaa , 

uUine EolDiua. inciriit Koaian and OoUic arclJIntaral tr^BMla, 
ralliaita in hmarrFd iron, and othiTolijcel*.— Id tlie bone OBpoalli &• 
nit to Ihe Mt, in threi' rooma on the lal Hoor, arc the aU mm^ml b- 
■IrDiiK-'nt* and llir Roman and AkninniiUn antiqnitln. 

Xeir thr Hisloririil Hdhi'uiii, In Ihc STKixitnBBBa , tra Ika 
Theatre {¥l,K, 4, H) »nA thu KunathaUe il'l.E.S; •dm.Map.S), 
hnjlt in IHHi-l'i. Thclattpr runtnlDiii'n thecronnd-floor UmooUm- 
linn <>r the Bile H'xitty uf Art (ijictuns by B»cktin, Burger, Kollw, 
Sandreuter, Slilckelbcrf;, aail uUktu); TarioDB eibibitfou ua klU j 
un the first Hoor. On the ^.iirdpn-fiitadi' (I'ntr. in tbe ElMtmgaMt, j 
III the rifrhti Hrc a sgraffliu ftipie mid alunc iiiitghB by BOeklln (IBTl}. j 

In thi> KliHabcthrn-StraDBC is the Hi. EluaMhen-^nlm 
(VI. E, 6), bnilt in la57-65 b; C. Rif^genb^icb, with » tow«r tSl' 
high. — In the gardeiis iicur tbi.- Federal Station (PI. E, S) b tta. 
Straxboarif Mumimeiil , ■ marble group by liartbotdi, eraetoi ta 
meniory of the aBslBtance rendered by Switierland in 1870. 

ThetjoDTH-KAeTERNRnBUHM are occupied by the richer TilaiiiB 
From the St. AOian Gnte (Fl. G. 5) pronienadog extend ta the F«4- 
iTal StaUon. The old St. Albaii'g Convent (PL F, 4) hu flne Sa- 
inanesqae eluiaters. The Momimenl of St. JaciJ), in front of tte ! 
SoniTner-Catino (PI. F, 6; p. 4), conimcmorBtes the herolin of tha 
Cunfedcratea who opposed the Armagnac InTadera under the DaajAlm 
(nfterwirds Lunia XI.) on Aug. 96th, 1444 (conip. p. xulil). 

In the WifHTKSNQnARTKK, in the Spaleii Suburb (PI. 0,8,4), ll 
Ihf Spiilen or IMhein Foualain, with .irolief of duteingpeaniib 
anri fbr, ^gare uf a bufrpiper, HaiJ to be after Hotbain. The ' 
Spalen-Tor (St. Panl'a Gate), ireeted abont 1400, U the Inert ; 
of thi> rcninlnlng gatea of Blln. The Minion Boiut (PL B,.3), 
MiHitinDg-Slr. SI, ii the antral offlee of the Bftle Miesiiai, lonM- ; 
I'd in lf<15. ftnd contsinn an ethnographical collection, nnla^ ' 
fniiii Ihi' E. liidieR, China, nnil W. Africn (ndm. free, on applleatlMj '■'.' 


Unicertay. BALE. , ' I- HO*'* 2. H 

to the porter; catalogae 1 fr.)- In the Schenbein-Str. (PI. 0, 3) are 
the. Botanie Garden of the TTaiTerslt; (open dally from Hay 
tn Angaat; adm. to the hothonses 50 c.) and the nnlTersity 
Iiibrary, bnllt by La Roche in 1894-96. The latter containe 
.S70,0tHI Tols. (including many incnniLbnla) and S140 USS., mainly 
frnm the time of the Conncil of Bftle (p. 6j and the Refonnation. 
The cxhibition-raom (adni., see p. 5) ia on the first floor. Nenr 
it are tvo other Unireraitj' bnildings: to the S.E. the Veialianum, 
or institnte for anatomy and physiology ; and to the N. the Bemotii- 
lianum, for phjaics and astronomy (in the cntrancc-hall, busts of 
the mathematicianB Jac. and Joh. Bernoolli, f 1705 and 1748). >~- 
The former canons' sacristy of St.Peter'a (PI. D, 3) contains late- 
Gothic wall-paintings (restored In 1914). In front of the charch is 
amonnment to the Alemannian poet /. P. ^6661(1760-1826). Near 
by, in the Hebel-Str. (No. 5), is the house where he was horn. 

To the N.W. of the Federal Station, in the Steinen-Eing, rises 
the chnrch of 5^. Paul <P1. B, 5), a domed strnotnre by Cnrjel 
and Moser, bnilt in 1898-1901. — The Zoological Oarden (PI. B, 
C, 6; restaurant) is on the Birng (adm. 1 fr.). 

To the N.£. of Klbih-Basel (p. 5), near Uie new Baden Station 
(PI. H, 1), on the Wwse, is the Erlon-Park, much frequented on 
Sundays, with deer-enclosures and restanrant. 

Ppr enanTsioDB ioto the Hinaio V*ij«t one nny use the nirrow-gange 
railway to Rod orsd orf (s latino Fl. D,G; every Vi hr.; 2 fr. 25, Ifi. We.). 
FsToiirite destination* are : I M. Bitmingen, with the cbnreh of Si. Margaret 
(flni: views) and ths SIdrgaretlien-Fark (oafS) ; a M. Boltmingea, with Ih* 
tichloas-II6h'l! 4 M. Thenoil (lOlB'i S&t. KAasli), a anbitantial village lu 
the Le;inen-Ta1. 6 M. EtUagen (1100'; Bad-Hotel, SO beds, P. ftom 8 fi.), 

VI, a. FlIUi asbff; Bad-HStel, M beds; Landakrane), a small 
village with ( chalyheate apring. Half an honi to the W., on (be other 
aide of the Alsatian frontier, the vill^e of Tamueaid (1600*) and the 
well-nreserTed rnin of I,and8kron (UW). Abont IV, M. to the S. of 
FlUh, on a steep crag, stands Varlaflteln (1690': HM. Kreus; Jur>), 
formerly a BenedictiDe abboy (founded in 1648} with a pilgrimage -ohuroh 
and the roek-cavern JWaria (ni Stein. From Mariiateia the Landskron 
ma; be reaehed vil Tannwald in iS min. over the hill. 

The railway proceeda to {10 M,] Roderidorf (liBO^, an ancient village 

3. Prom Bale to Berne via Olten and 

es^lt M. Pebbhal Railwat in B'/.-l'/.hrs. (11 fr. 65 e., 12 fr. Sue, 
afr. 5c.\ 

Bdk (985'), see p. 3. The train crosses the Btrg. 3 M. Mut- 
tem (930'), On the Ehine, 30 min. to the H.E., is the H6lel SolhoA 
jSofcuTciierftaUe, with a 4ne garden (steamboat Bt9.t\OTi,se«'?-'V*\' — 
5 M. Prattda (960't Hfit Bahnhot), the jnnct\'«i ^ot Wft %(*'(*»*" 
railway to Bragg an^ ZIMeh (p. 16). 


The line (|DilH ikv valley of Iho Khim: aiirl, rrillii«iiit; Ihc left 
b>tik »r Iho Krijaia, i'nlcrs thv Jura Mis. Ntitr (s M.j JViinfer- 
ISc^Uhal-Fraikeiniorf no^y), lo Ihc riglit, lies trenkendorf 
(1115'; WiMpnnmnn; Lews; RebHtovk), a sheltered health- rcBurt 

97) 31. Iiieatal — llonu. IU'd. a SmIIkvI i'MtM, uilh gtrden, 
;ij tii'elH; Kfgtl, SUbiiilH; Sonne; Bahnhof. 

Liestal{Mi'; G3^7 inhab.) on the Krgiilz, with lexlile uiiii othur 
manufactures, in the cji[jital of the half-caiitiin uf BaRrl-I,and or 
Balc-Cani]iagne (eoinp. p. 5) and au infantry garrisun tuwti. In the 
town ball (16th cont.), vbieh containg an interesting counril -chamber 
adorned with Htained glife, is prescrrcd the golden cup of Charles 
the Bold, funnd after the battle of Nancy (1477). The goTer^mell^ 
ofBees contain the Cantonal Miueutn, with collectiona of natural 
history, antiquities, and coins. Tlie Sclileifebeiy (1911'), 1 hr. to 
the N.E., commands an extensive view. 

To Ihi S.W, (1 Lr.l is the •Knrhaua Bienenbsrc fl416'; 70 bed", 
P.frain Si/.fr.; closed Nav.-Much), with saline bath", and '/• hr, bsyoad 
it IB Bad Bohauenbui^ (15»&'; •Bad-Holel, !» bcda from -I, U. i. P. from 
Wt b.), a henlth-remrt, with sBline batha, smid plna-wuodB, below ttaa 
ruin of Bckaiienburg (ISSV). 

iiiBilnin.; Itr. (Wr.jBeisOldnrila^ Hut. Marine), with 1U4in1iah., a 
inueh tri-nuented auminnt ri-aorl, beiutifnlly aituated In the wonds. — l^rum 
liiTC a rarrian-roa'l awH'Dila Tin Ormpllinild, mnUmhnnt (32al': restaa- 
rant), and Y'lHiberg (STW) in !>/, hrs. to FaBBW&ng ISUW; i,i«w) and 
H.W. down via OlierpaMKaniikam tfitfX; iinliutaut) in 1'/, hr. to Ijin^u- 
hraiJc {sea lieluw). 

— DM. J/Maf«H(i41D'], in a narrow pail uf the valloy, with a wateli fac- 
tory.— PaaBinKJBedtnlor^ and Obfrdorf. we reach {8i/,M.)Waldenburg 
(ITWC; Liiwo ; MchlUase' ■ ""'' ■-'■-'■ ' — "• - —'—■> — "- — ' - -— ■■ •— 

ly-Sept,; HOt.-Pena.ltatdeeki 

Iiangenbruok (i 

Dchajiar, P.'a-iit.; and otUeta), a fie Jltb-reaorl on the t/pjwr ifau , 

amidit wooded hillB. Eionisions : to the R. UilheSchicengitlahiiiW; Ihr.) 
and Iho Bdchai/luA (3616'; IVi hr.), to the 3.W. to the Soggenfiuh (SiTft'i 
»Vi bra.), and lo tha K.W. to (be Faaaviang {net abate; SVi hn.), all of 
wliich command viewt of the Alps. To the ^B. there ara road* deaoondiug 
viil mremeU to [« hr".) Bilgeniorf (p. 8*9; footpath through the TturHt- 
tdduchl)-, and via Fridau to (fill, M.) EaeTkingen (p. 339). Another road (dil- 

11 M. i/ai(sen.~ Before Sissach, to the right, lies the castle of 
Ebenrain with its park. 

13 M. Slssach (1240'; LOwc; Bahnhof; Volkahaus znm Blaoen 
Krena, temperance), a pleasant little town with 3017 itihah. Fine 
view the Sismcher Fluh (3305'), 1 hr. to the N. 

Pboh 3iss*oh t.. 01.TBS vii LiHrai-nsiKN, II'/.M., Feileral Railway 
in 311 miu. — The tr»in toraa to the S, into the narrow HombuTger Taianil 
beyond Somfnciw (lUti') paaaea throngh two tunnels.— <iVi M. Lkufal- 
flngen (1S44'; HBt. Sonne), with 990 inhali^ sUtion tor two good bealtb- 
rworts: 1 lir. to the S.E,, FTnUbiiry (JTOy; Sutb.WB, 70 beds, F, from 8 ttX 
on tha summit of the Hanenstein, commanding a beantiful view of the Alpa; 

40 mia. to the NjB., Bad Saaatach (USi'i Knrhini, P. tma 1 fr,). Views 
from the (10 mili.J Hombereimhti {KWf) Mid the (Vi i>'-) WUaobarg (SlBa'}. 

— Some vi; he^ond the Upper Hauaitleitt Tunnel (iSTIi yds.), to the 
right, tbe Beinase &lpB Kradoilly heeumo visible tram the Wetterboro to 
the Doldenboin. The train deacenda by s loBg cnrvs to the Aare and, 
together with the new Uruugh line, croBBes it (gee below). 

From SiBBacta motor DmnilniB |1 tr. 40 c.) in 36 min. to (6 U.ySptingen 
(IMS'), with B apring containinR lime (Knrhaua, P. from S fr. ; HSt.-Peoa. 
Linda), in the narrow valley at the foot of the Hanensieiii. 

Tlie direct railway continaes to necend the Ergol;!(al unil on the 
other Bide of (IS'/a U.) CMterldnden (1313'), an iodustrial village 
of 2100 inhab., bends to the S.E. into the ^rreeii valley of the Eibach. 

— 17 M. Teckitau (1444-'), at the toot of the Haue/iatem. 

From Tecknau r»sd (dili^'eni^e twice daily iu 1 hr. lOmiu. : I fr.lO c.) viil 
Wemtinne" to (ai(, M.) OKin.^™ (ISlKj'; nftt. Oehs), with a iniueril aprinjt. 
Fromliitre(markai1pat]i.)in>/,hr.ta the'Bolutbnatt (38I&'), with pano- 
rama of the Jnra and the Alps ; more eitonaive from IKe GeillfiuA 13170'), 
i/thr. N.B.; from the S. LrlRs of the platean down iu i/,hr. lo tho Bannei- 
hnf |19SB') and then by tlic eatria|re-road Ihronsh the Kim vil Ober-Brlina- 
haeh and Unter-Erlinabaeh in li/i hr. to Aaraii (sec p. iO). 

The line enters the Lower Havenitein Tunnel (8 min.), bnilt in 
1912-14 and 8939 yds. long. On emerging, it joins the old line and 
crosses the Aare. 

24ViM.01tBn. — Rna.H(»(otB-an(, good. — HoTKLB, near the station. 
Aarhof. on the other side of the Aare, with hatha, 50 bed* from i, B, i '/., 
I,, fit, D. *'/i ff. ; Sehtceinerhof, iS heda from S'/i, B. I'l,, L. 3';„ D. i<Ltr. ; 
St. Gotthard; Btt. FTtAburg. 

Olten (131S'), junction ol the lines to Berne and to Aaraa and 
Ziirich (see pp. 19, l.''>), on botli sides of the Aare, with ll,501iDliub. 
and the chief workshop of the Swiss Federal Railways. Important 
shoe, machine, and other mannfactories. — About 1 br. to the S.E., 
on an isolated wooded hill, are the Suli (8188'; restaurant) and the 
ruined Wartbyri/, the former conmianding a fine view of (he valley 
of the Aare and of the Alps. 

About 6 If. to the TH.T.. of Olten (diligenco in I'l, hi. : 1 fr. 40 <■,.) ue 
the anlphur-bathe of LuHurf (1610'; *Karha"», KO bods, 1*. from Vj, £r.), at 
the foot of the Jura. On a oliff riaea the small chiteau of ICartfnfbb (2051'). 

The line skirts the right bank of the Aare and passes throngh 
a tunnel onder the castle. 

26'/i M. Aarburg (1285'; Erone, Falke), a picturesquely 
situated little town of 2712 inhab. and the junction tor Lucerne 
(see p. 15). The old castle on a steep rocky bill, built in the 11th cent., 
strongly fortified by the Bernese in 1661-73, is now a reformatory 
for boys. The industrial prosperity of Aarburg is due to the 
electrical works which utilize the water-power of the Aare. 

As we proceed we have glimpses of the Alps, right and left. 
eS'/, M. BathrUt; 32'/j M. Margenthal, where we cross the Marg; 
34 M. Roggwil. 

86'/» M. Langenthal (1558' ; Bar, 40 beds ttom ^,"ft.^,'V'- V 
D. 5, P. from 13 fr.; Jura; LOwe), a proBperona \Utte wvmV.'A-^»'^ 
with 6980inhab. (braneh-line toOensingeii,Beep.2^9-,to'^'^*'°"' 

14 I. Itoilr .7. BTrBfinORF. 

p. 117). — About 9 H. to the £. is >!>'(. l-rban (1500'), an old CUter- 
ciMiabbe;,now'aliUiitieuylani,wJtbftlarge chnrch in the buoqnc 
style (lTll-16). Tbe ahoiratilk irc sinoag the finest Id SvitaerUnd. 

41Vi H. HBrsogenbaohaee (1533'; HOt. Sonne; Bihnbof), 
with 2913 inhab. and a, brisk trade. It la the jaaction for Soleure 
[9 M. in 30 min.; ser |). SS9) rii Tubingen uiid Derendiiigen. 

44'/i M. Rifdlml. Beyond (47'/i M.) TPi/ni^fn the train croswB 
the Kmme. 

51 U. Borgdorf, Pr Btrthoud (1758'; Hut. Uuggisber^, 
40 beds, at thr sIMion; HAI. Stadthaas, ir> beds), a town of 
9447 inhab., earrii'H on i;cnt8id«rablfi mannf act urea and a cheese 
trade. It is prettily Biluated on a hill, crowned by the beaotital 
Gothic Churcli ot 1471-87 (rood-loft of 1512) and by the CaifU 
(1948') with its three tarrets. The ca«tlo, with a view of tbe Ber- 
nese Alpa, has a collection I'adm. 50 e.) relating lo local history. 
Founded in the 13th cent, by the Dukes of Zlliringen, it paased 
into the possession of (he Bernese in 1384, and it was here that 
Pestalorzi opened his school in 1800 (see p. 244). On the Gt/eitf 
arc the Soni. Cath. chnrch, the cantonal tfcbnical school, and pro- 
menades, atTording fine views. 

BDigdoct is B Btaiion ot the Eiubb-Tii. Railway, which deaL-eDda to 
SoUare (13 H. ; p- 2!9) and ascends to Laagnau (IS M. ; p. IIB). Ijeveiil 
aaiiopnrtArit rilatinaa- On (he line to Lan^jtiBUj 4 M. Itasle-Rifggsau (Hee 
helow): SU. LStidfiiOi, (he home of tbe putoi Albert Bitiiue (d. ISU), 

has been ereeted here. I M. Samsei. janction lvt\ hnneb-tine la Uaii- 
wil (p. 1411. 

Fbom BuiODORr to Taits, tb M., electrio lailway in I'/i hr. (faies 
4 fr. !6, 3 ft. 10 t). From Buredort to |4Vi M.) EatU-ROegtau (ane Above). 
The line then diverges to (he right into (he Bioen-Tal, with its wsods 
and meadowB. m/, M. ScAofftawen. 10 M. Watkrintien [SaTb"; Blr), 
Htstion (or the Rttttihuhel-Biid (p. 14S). Prom (IS'/, M.) Biglen (S4S5'; Hotel 
Bahohof ) Sit) we may ABCend (he (>/, hi.) Gummegg (3190'), a fine point 
of view. The line OireadB two short tunnels. — From |H M.) Gruut- 
Bechttetten (£446'; Stem; LHwe), ajuosperone village. & good footpath 
ascendB to (1 hr,) the top of the WocAt (SOOO'I, Bffording an eitenBive 
view of tho Alps. — At (1« M.) KonolflTigeii (BlSO'l we intersect the railway 
from Lucerne to Berna (p. US). Farther on wo deBcend the Kibsebbaoh- 
Tal to (17 U.) sudden-Dorr and (191/, M.l Obei-IHe»bach (SOlS'; BSr, 
LDwe), a villagD with an old castle, at the E. base of the FalkoDfiuh (p. lei; 
Btation tor the SchleKweg-Bid, p. 104). The neit BUtione are (il U.) 
Bremikofen, (!3 M.) Beimherg (p. ia4), and (£4 H.) BlefflgbaTg (p. 161). ~ 
lAU. TAun, see p. 162. 

63V, *■■ iy»»a«A- 36 M. Hindelbank (Lowe), with 1022 inhab. 
and an old church containing a monnment by the Swedish sculptor 
Job. Aug. Nahl (d. 1785], pnpil of Andr. Scbluter. A monnment, to 
the left of the railway, commemorates tbe battle between the Berneee 
and the French in the Graukok, 1798. — 59 M. Sch&nhilM. Beyond 
(61Vi M.) ZoUikofen (junction for Bience, p. 227, and vi£ Bltter- 
kinden and Franbronnen to Soieare, p. 289) tbe train crosses tbe iron 
Worftioa/en Bridge (below, to the right, the Tiefenan Bridge over 



the Aare) and then nuis throngb a catting. To the left, we obtain a 
magnifleent Tievr of the Beraesc Alps (camp, the Panorama, p. 16S). 
To the right ii the Bubnrb of Lorraine; fliully we cross the Aarc 
by a bridge 142' high. 

667, ^' Berne, see p. 15S. 

4. From BUe to Lnceme vi& Olten. 

5SU. FEDEaii.RAn.WATina-»>f,b». (fareslSfr. SS, 11&. 6, ISr.tOt.). 

To Often and (:36'/, M.) Aarburg, the jnnction for Berne, see 
B. 3. The lucerne line travenea the broad grassy Wiggw-T(d. 

29V, M. Zoflngen (1430'; Ochs; RiSBsli; Stern), a bnsy little 
town of 5056 inhab;t;int8. Fine achooiha use. Beside it, the JVfuMwm 
contains the municipal library of 40,000 volames, autographs of 
Swiss rcformera, 4000 Swiss and Kom&ii coins, antiqnjtles, and a 
natnial history conectioa (adm. 1 fr.j. The late-Gothic Mauritiiis- 
Kirche, with Komaaesque crypt, has stained glass from the early 
16th ceatary, — Branch railway to Suhr and Aaran (see p. 21). 

33 U. Briltnaa-WikoTi; on a bill to the left is the old cb^tesa 
ol Wihon, now a girb' school. — 33 M. Beiden, an old lodge of 
the EDights of Malta, now a parsonage (2 M. to the S.W. is the 
hydropathic of Sicheidhai). — a4i/, M. DagmerseUert; 36'/, M. 
Nehikon. To the right appear the Bernese Alps, from the Wetter- 
horn to the Altels. Beyond (39 M.) WauwH the little Maiien»ee, 
with its ialaod and castle, lies on the right. 

43 H. Sorsee (1663'; Hirsch, 15 beds from 3, B. I'/j, L- 3'/,, 
D. 4 fr.), an old town \iiii 3042 inhab., junction for a branch-line 
vlfi BOron (1627'; '/^ hr. to the W. are the chalybeate baths of 
KniOiuiil, 1 00 beds, P. from 8 f r., open May-Oct.) to (6 M.) Triengen- 

Near (46 M.) NiittwU we approach the Lake of Sempach 
(1663'), 5 K. loDg, IVn M. broad, and abonnding in flsb. On a hill to 
tho right rises SalUotg Wartemee. — 49 Jf . Sempach-Seuenkirck. 
The small town of Bempaoh (Krone) lies to the left, 1'/, H. from 
the station, on the E. bank. Near Sempach Duke Leopold III. of 
Austria was signally deCealed on July 9th, 1386 (comp. p. xxiiil), 
by the Swiss Confederates, owing to the noble self-sacrifice of 
Arnold vOnWinkelried. A column was erected on the chnrch-sqnare 
in 1886 and the old chapel on the battlelield, Vjt M. to the N.E., 
was restored. A commemoration service is held annually. 

On the right appear the bold cliffs and peaks of Pilatns ; on the 
left the Titlis and the long crest of the Rigi; between th«nvVy««i 
the Bngelberg Alps. 52 M. Rothenburg; 5& 14. EmTOenlwtt*?-" 
(1443'i HStel Emmenbrficfte), junction oi the SecU\\\ivfe Is-V 
The line Brasses the Emme, above its conttaence -w'AU ft"* B*. 


16 /. bouUB. RHEINFELDEN. <^- Bllr 

>nd tollowa the latter, being Joined on the left bj' the ZBrich line ' 
(p. 92), OD tbe right by the Berne line (p. 14(i}, miiI tbes on tlM 
left by the St. Golthud line (p. 117>. Listlv it iiisseti tbroagh twg 
slinrt lannele niiil eiitere the slalinn of-- 
58 H. TM<vri,clp.Oi<- 

5. From Bale to Zdrich or Winterthor 
vii Stein. 

B5 M. Pei>khjil R«ii.wiv ti> KUiich in t-VL biB. |I4 fr. 70, li) fi. SS, 
e h. 711 ■:.); to Wiutorttur (KS M.) in t>l^»l, hn. (1? h. », IS ft. 1", T fr. iOp.; 

SiKAHBOtT OX TUB Rtuns frnn Kle (St. JahaDM-Rhdavrg nm llie 
ferry, li. Uljj to Watdhaaa unr tie Ilirdwild, wilta i in>"<l i<''>luniit, 
B favourite pinnraion n*c>rt, ItcJiKeixKfhallf (p. m. .Ib(w(. Jfiitjrt^iMOi*, 
ud nheinfttdea (hi-s IicUw), in IVt hrs.. r-'tiirn in l'.',)ir. 

To (S'/s M.) PraitdH, sec ]>, 11. We cnms the iVyii^i near 
Baael-Aiu/at and reach the Etatiun of (77, M.) Angst, nenr the Til- 
lage of Raiseraug«t, situated on the Khinc. Taming to the right 
on leaving the station, and then to the left before the RrgoU bridge 
at Basel-Angat, wc reach in S rnin. the Bite of the Riimao i-otonj of 
Avgti»la Baurica, founded by L. Hnn.itius PlancuB in S7 B.IJ., 
with the considerable reniaina of a Bonian theatre. — In the Bhine 
is the large electric power station (if Augal -Wyhlen, consisting of 
u huge storage dam «nd two turbine plants, generating 63,000 h.p. 

lO'/i M. Bhetofeldeu. — Ootkl*. •Gfauil-iretel dei Satinet, 
b mia. abort Ibe town, !50 bcda frnu 6, K ^/„ L. 0. I>. 7, V. from 13 tr. ; 
*Dielsehii it Krone nm Rhein, with i^ardBn-teriaoc, 100 beds, ScMtze. 
with garaen, 100 l)eda. it both K. from *■/„ B. », K Vlt, D- *'/«. P- from 
1:! fr. ; £tfen, SO beds, Dri-i E/iaint, 60 bc<lB, with Earden, ftt botli R. from 
4 D 1 „ P from 10 fr. ; Odti, i!> licdn from 3>/„ I). *, P. from 9 f r. All 
h BO ha alini' batha, open jii Bummer mly. — Sehiff, 3u bcda, HSl.- 
Beatm an Balmhof, iO beds, at both It. from 3'/^ U. i, P. frr>m 8>/, fr. 

Rheinfddm (940'; pup. 3T68), an old luwn, with walls and 
towers pa (ly preserved, was in the middle ages a free imperial 
town h n Austrian, and aince 1802 Swiss. Near the bridge which 
Dsa s the quick-Sowing Rhine to Badiach-Kheinfelden (aee 

p 23 h is an island with shady gardens where once atood the 
castle of Stdn. About 20 niin. above the bridge, on the right bank 
there is a large turbine plant (17,000 h.p.). 

We quit the Rhine, which here benda to the N. 13 U. MiiUin 
(Sonne, 40 beds, P. from 9 fr., with baths), with the salt-works 
of Ryburg (Schiff, P. from 8'/, fr., with batba). — 17 M. Mumpf 
(1025'; Sonne, with saline baths, 10 min. from the atalion, 45 beds, 
P. from 10 fr., open April-Oct,). We then return to the river for a 

1S>/, M. Stem-Saddnifen (coinp. p. 22), where the lines to 
Wiuterthnr and to ZQrich separate. 


tn ZOHek. BHUQQ. '- K™** "■ 17 

The line to Wiuterthur (1 21 M. in I'/i-^Vi '"'^0 ConUnoes along 
tbe plain of the Bhine. Fertile fields alternate witb meadows and 
wood. Unimportant stations. — 24 M. Iianfenbnrs (1043'; Hfit. 
BheinBolliad; Pfaaen, 35 beds), a small town of 1541 iniab., pictar- 
esqnelj situated on the Kbine, with a loFtj chnrch and a castle-rnin. 
It is connected by a bridge with the Baden KleinlanFenborg (see p-2£). 
The 'Lanfeif rapida have been removed by blasting and used (or the 
instalment of a large electric power eatablishment (50,000 h.p.). — 
We crosH the Aare to (35 M.) Kohletie, junction for the line from 
Watdshut (p. 33), which joine the B&le-ZSnch line in the Aare valley 
nearTurg;i(9M.; p. 18}. — 40 M. Zvrzach (1129'), a small town 
of 1850 inhab., connected with the Baden Bheinheim on the right 
bank by a bridge; 47 M. WeMi^h^KaieerslvM, a quaint old town 
with a massive tower. — 52 M. Eglisau, junction (or the Schaff- 
hattsen-Zaricb line, which the trains to Winterthur follow as far as 
(37 M.) Blllach (comp. p. 33). The line goes through the Deltem- 
herg Tunnel (5906') and passes into the TSs& V^ley, which is 
enlivened by several kinds of industry, especially cotton-spinning. 
Near Emhrach-Eorbai and Wlllfiingen are the ruins of castles. 
The line then crosses the Tflss to TS»», a manufacturing suburb nt 
■Winterthur. — fi5 M. WinteHhur (see p. 54). 

Beyond Stein-Sickingen the ZQrich line enters the attractive 
Simdn-Tai. aO'/t M. Eiken; 23 W. .FWct (1190'), a market vil- 
lage. The train ascends in a long curve to (26 M.) Hontuuen 
(1304'). 39 M. Efjingen (1522') is the highest point on the line. 
Then a tunnel (2697 yds. ; 4 niio.) under the BStzberg (1945'). 
31 M. ScMnaiack-Dorf (1466']. The train descends, affording u 
magnificent view ol the valley of the Aare with the Habsbnrg to 
the ri^l, and of the distant Gtarus and Schwyx Alps, threads a 
short tunnel, and crosses the Aare by a five-arched bridge. 

36 M. Bragg (1160'; Sat. Bahnhof, with restaurant and 
garden; Botes Hans), a quaint little town (4115 inhab.) on the 
Aare, here hemmed in by rocks and spanned by a one-arched bridge. 
The 'Sehwarze Turm', by the bridge, is ol early- Romanesque 
origin, with Reman stones immnred ; the npper part was rebuilt in 
the 16th centnry. The Ftndonwso Mveewi (adm. 9-13 & 1'5; 
50 c.) contains objects found in the Roman camp (p. IS). Brugg is 
a garriaon' for technical troops and junction for a branch-line to 
Wohlen (11 M.; p. 31). 

The Urge lanstin uyluin of KQaigafoIdsn. (30 min. to tta« E. of 
Bioggi to tfie right of He italion, »croa« the tuilway), BBiving the MnloB 
of Aiigao, wai eraoled in lB6e-7a in place of the Prancwcaa «,hW Iq™.^**^ 
b; the Empisia Sliiabatli after the murder of hei lnn\iiii&. bSociW ^ 
Anstria, by Dnke John of Swabia (ISOS), and aiaaolieA in V&W- TSit ^'rS^ 
Abbey Outreh (tiokets ot adm. 50 c., ohtaineil lioiu ftw v<wy« SaSE 
asylomi Tiny a( lie (iiDr(!!i-iJoor)hi8 been restored-, the e\(rj en Sno\T--««a"^ 

BAxntKKR's SwiUnliBil. afltb Kdition. ^ 

18 /. BaiOeS. BADEX. l^' '&>!« 

(TO of ol<l HtHliicd glui, finutacd in iu3; od lh<^ X. vail U£ pgor mmlrni 
uoi-tiuta ot kais1ili> nba frti nt Scmnndi (i'. IS;, iD<i ou i Btoni; uUtfoin 
mt tha akalla of fonr Aaitilun knigbta and ol a Uucbcia Aibh sf Haha- 
bnrs-LauaenbnrK (d. ISfil). — About g mm. g.E.. «a (he ScDia, ia tha 
village o! Wi'idiMch, on Ih« titv of a HrivPlian aclllem.'nt. n^ar wbidi tbe 
Bomxna in thp Itiit sfntiiry of the Chiinfian Fra Liiih tlii-ir ump Vlndn- 

et KSuigBfclden thr touudationa of the unphiihoalri: havr brrn laid bus. 
The eiUrnal diameteia meaaund SMtl. anil ;iibft.: Ihoae of Ibe aicna 
wetc m ft. and 177 ft. Then arc lemnaiila of a latiT RamaD foci 10 min. 
W. ot BiHfnc, at AlteHhurff. am thu railray L[id|,t' utir the Aire (p. 11). 

Beyond Bmgg the lunatic Bsylnm otKiSnigefeldenifAl) ia Been 
OD the right. AVe cross the ReoM near its union with the Aare. 

38 M. Turgi (1128'; railway restauraut), the jnnftion of the 
lines to Aaran (p. SO) aod Waldshot (p. 22), un Ibe Liiiiiiiat, above 
its conflnence with the Aare; from the Gebenstorftr Horn (1696'), 
^/, hr. to the S., there is a Uae view of the uieetiog of the three 
rivers. The line continues along the left bank a( the Limmat. 
Before reaching Baden, un Ihi' right, are the large machine- factories 
of Brown, Boveri & Co. 

41 M. Baden — Hotki.s. On thu left bank of thu Liuimal; ■GroHd 
H6tel, 1o theN. of tho Kurhiua, with i large piik, ITUheib from e, U. jif„ 
L. 8 , D. 7 , P. from 16 fr. , open April-So^, ; Verenatior * Litniriuthof, 
ISO beils, QudUnAof, 60 beds, in both H. from 6, B. i. L. f>, D. 6, P. fram 
IS fr., BUT, 98 beda, SOitMi^tihof, (SO heda, tlationnl, 50 beilg, ID tbeie 
three P. from li fr. : OOte 60 beds, good, Blttme, 18 beii,. in both P. from 

lu uinii, uiTiui, '.I usuD. uan-n, li beda, Rebstock, 30 hedo, in all four 
P. from B-Zifr. — Near the aUtloo: Hit. Sahnhor, 1 5 beda (rom t, L. or 
D. 3</i fi., plain. — Kubbaal, with reaUuraDl and theatre, soneert twine ot 
thrice inily.— VisiTona' T.s, 50-70 c ilaily. — Tmami. Batbb l-ai/a f'-— 
KiKtDiBT Office, Bahnhof-PUti 3. 

Badea (IS56'), a much freqnented bathing resort on tbe left 
bank of the rushing Limmat, dominated by the dignified ruin ot 
Bury Stein (1506') which until 1415 was freijuently the residence 
of the Habsbnrg prinees. The town along with Jimietbaden on the 
right bank has 9SI5 inbabitaots. In the old town, at the foot o[ 
the castle-hill is the Town HaU, where from 1426 to 1712 the 
national assembly met. The council-hall has been restored. Here 
too is tbe huge City Tower and also the Bum. l.'ath. Church. Near 
the old bridge, on the right bank, is the former Cattle of the pro- 
vincial governors, now a museum (adni. 1(H2 & S-.'i; 50 c). 

The hot saline sulphur springs (115-118° Pahr.) were known 
to the Konians and mucli visited in the middle ages. They rise to 
the N. of the town, on both banks of the Limmat. The Fark-Strasse 
leads from the station to the Kursaal with its pleasant grounds. 
On the Limmat are shady promenades. Ciood view from the lower 
Limmat bridge (UTS'). Un the right bank, a footpath ascends to 
tke (S5 mia,) Restaurant ScharteafeU (1538'), on the W. spur of 


to iMHc*. WETTINQEN. 1- Reuttn- 19 

tlie Lagernberg (see below), affording s fine view of Baden, the Tille? 
of the Limmat, and the Alps from the Sentis ta the Scheerborn. 

EiODMioso. Jtrartinjfters (IMO"), »5 min. N.W. — From the Kreaai- 
hgrg (lesy), Vil"' 3., we in»y pjoooed to W* lir.) "le ZBn-Eieh (11I6'( 
view) aud, in Aif weather, deiceDd to (10 min.] tho TeufOtlc^ieT (insiO, 
a. uve in whicb snov ie often fonnii in mldeunmiGr. — To the Geben- 
tlorftr Morn (1'/, hr.), "ee p. 18. — To the •BaldeKB (1*36'; 1'/* ht.J: at 
the oroai-roadB 5 min, bejood the former Gafi Belvedere, wb Uke the toad 
ta the left (bine maikB), whioh ueeaii through wood. The >amin:t (leBlaa- 
rut! winDiuidg a fine luire; fiom Iha Sentia to the Berntse Alps. — 
On the light baoli of the Limmat is the OeiflaSuli (172S')> Vi hr. to the 
N. i from Bnnetbiden, diagonally oppoaitc the lower bridge then 
oatriage-way to the i ' - " - - — > .. .... 

aa Stit, moat easterly spur of the Jura ridge ia called, affords 

Tiew of the High Alpa, the Jura and Black Foreat, and of the lowc. ...i... 

It may ba aacended From HoDBtbaden in S^i hra. hy the road leading 

H.E. lii. the H6>ital to {1% hr.) Ehrendinaai, from where we diyeige 

to the right and ascend Ihrongli wood [Btcep at plaees] to the Bmnmit ot 

from the [ostanraDt ScbartentcU by a footpath over the ridge of the 


On the other side of the tnnnel nnder Burg Stein (p. 13) and 
across the Limmat lies (42 M.) Wettingen (1380'), jDnction for 
the braoch-lines to Oerlikon (p. 33) via Otelfingen and to Biilacb 
(p. 33) itnci for the railwaj via Lenzburg to Aaran (p. 20). The 
Tillage (13S2') lies on the left, at tho toot of the vine-clad LOgeru- 
herg; on the right, enclosed b; the Limmat, are the bnildings and 
gardens of the Cistercian Abbey of Wettingen, now a seminary for 
teachers. The charch (adm. 50 c.) cantaiaa a sarcophagns of the 
13th cent, and Renaissance choir-stalls of the 17th centnry. In the 
cloisters are stained-glass windows ot the 17tii cenlnry. 

The train crosses the Limmat and follows its left bank. — 
44'/, M. KUlwangen-Spreiteitbach. — iT/t M. Dietikon (1383'), 
an indnslrial village (5029 inbab.) on the site of a Soman settle- 
ment. — 50 M. Scfdia-en; 52 M. Altsletlett (pp. 36, 89). To the 
right stretches the long ridge ot the Uetli. We cross the Sibl and 
enter the station of — 

55 M. Zurich (see p. 34). 

6. From Olten to Zorich via Aarati. 

S9M. FBOeaM, Baii.wai in 1'/,-*'/*. hra. (f ares 10 f r. «, J f r. M, 
4rr;7Se.). — Fiom ZUiioh to Beine viti Olten, eiproBK In l'l,-» hn., 

Oken, see p. 13. The train mns near the Aare. To the left 
rise the picturesque JuraMts. — 4"/j M. Ddniken. — a'l, M. iSoAo'- 
nenwerd (1184'; Storch), with an old collegiate chuttVi, couwv^w- 
abla shoe and other factories, and a large parV. coiiVaAtvva^ ^^^tt cs>V^ 
of a pile-work viJJs^i!. Opposite, on the Veil \>wiV a^ tti* KB-iei"^ 


80 I. Oxttet. _ AARAU. From OMn 

the vilUj^ or Giitffeii, with i> faine<t ciHtli', ii'iw « Kiunan Catholic 
rhiiirh. Ju9l M'tk Aiirun lliiTv is u luiini'l. 

8'/i M. A»ea,n. — aiUrnta H'tluHnint - Il.niu.s. Aaraner llof, 
near the utitiou, with luh'-raiitaiiiHut, 4S lirds tnlo 4, H. I, LorD,4fi.; 
Wi«, Voidere ToMlidt lad, is hcrfe from *. II. 4';, fr. ; Oc*«, LeumiMtor- 
euBe, 10 beds. — Post (JrFicK npnoxltc tl» HtntiDn.- RxiiriBV Orricic la 
Ihu Inilmtritl Muicum. 

Aarau (1S85' ; pop.lO,T01>, u inuiiDfaclariu); iiUcr and the capilal 
of CB.iiton Aarjrsa, lies on the rif;ht lisnk nl the Aare, »t the (act ot 
the Jura, on whose liiwrr slopes vineyards appear. The WinentMl 
mlwaj passen throogh the Bahnhof-Slriisge, wliioh opens to the W, 
on the Bathaiu-PlHtz, the latter lieinir hounded on the left by the 
(iorernment Offirrt. Behind Ihese, in liie (-i ro»gralSj/eb/tutle, ia 
ike Cantuiiid Lihrim/, with lUU.OOO vulnuies, riiuny incnnabuk, 
and 5O0 MSS. (inisnals Trom the roiin'nla ot Miiri ami Weltinj^n; 
Zwingli's Bibl» with orij^nal niitr'H). — Then tn the >'. thi'ongh the 
Vordere Vorsladl to the old lim-n, which Iish h piptiiresqne air with 
its gat"- to worn and projecting gahlc-ronfw. HeiT an- the 'J'vtca 
C/lvrfh, diiting rrom tho lilth uent., and the T'nri, fliill, hujlt 
nn to the Fore Tmivr, wiiii;h, like the Srhtliauli, inav go haek lo 
the 10th ci-jil.; the latter, a tower-liki' liuilding. iitiinda not f^r off, 

10 the N.B., on a cliflT rising [lerpendioularly from the river. The 
N. exit from tlie old town leails to the Chain Briilge, which aSordN 
a pretty view, — To the E. of the old town is the Kasino-Platz, with 

11 Htiilui! uf the author Heini-ick Zscliokke (d. 1H48 in Aarau) and 
till- Natwal IBstwy Mtuettai, which contains a complete itries 
or the Aiirguvian flam and fanna as well as inipcirtant ;ceoli>gieal 
and ntiniTalogical coUectiona. Farther Y.. are two large barracks 
for infantry and cavalry, Aaran being a federal garrison-town. — 
The iTuhislrial Muiemn, in tlie pronienudrs to the N.E. of the 
illation (adm. from Tuca. tii Fri. 10-19 & 2-4, S'nn. 10-12; free), 
contains important industrial, ethnographical, and antiquarian 
collections, line 'Stained Glass of the 16th and 17th cent, from 
the abbey of Mnri, a picture gallery (mainly of Swisa mastBrs, 
including BOcklin's Jfnse of Anacreon and landscapes by Stabli and 
FrOhlicher), and a collection of coins. Adjacent is the well-eqnip- 
peil new Canfimal Si^honl (high school, industrial and commercial 

I'Tom Ihe suspeniiioi] bridge down tu (i/, hr.) tlip Alpeii^eiger Du tho 
UuHgerberg (UW), with t. view of tbc town, the A«ro valley, ui! tbs 
Alps troiD OlKcniscta to Altels. i^inewJjat lowu ctowu, on the ghidr 
'Meyer Ptomeiiade', ia tbo Alpeniieieer Ksnitoriom, — To the N. rise* the 
Watierttr^ (11850'), EUiily ueonded in HI, br. vii Kematii, and to the 
S.K the Qimlalbih (iMO'). roached vii Biberttlia ()i. SI] in !■/■ hr., both 

Jura, ia 81. Lattraabod (leOC), wiib the Sanatorium Friedheiiii. ' 

■rainwaj. rna trom the Hathaua-Plati lo ScMfOand (7 M.) vii Ent- 
t, ud S.B. vik Siihr and up the Winental vift Qnal'ntehvU (atation 

Mibn, ■ 
for the 1 


to zarieh. BAIJ SOHINZNAraC. I- RohIcc. gi 

dersl Bsllaa; in *-»V« lin. (tuea 7 tr. «. * (r. SO t). — 4 M. 'itapp^ticU 
(8«belo«]:eM. Zenzburff(vJ. ISO). — l*V, M. WoWeii-yWrnerom (1398'; 
bnSel) is the Junction tor tsragg (BUe, b. 17) and for > bnncli-line to 
(lifi U.| BremKarten {liib': Dioi Kanige; Sonne], a amill tnwn of 
reasinhab., on ibe Bcuaa, with sohlteau and silk, cardhgard, »nil ho«f- 
hail faclociea, — Then (16 M.) BonM- BaTisen and (IBH.) Muri (IfiSO'; 
Lflffc, with mineral batht; Aillei], with iSiO inb&hitantB. On i, height 
aro the remains of & celebrated Benedictine ■blej' (buined down in 1S89), 
now an cdnoational inBtilution. The abbey-chnreh, reatnrad in the baroque 
eUle (1093), oontaina beaotifnl stalls and reslmenls (apolv to the uoiislan 
of the adlaoent paiiih chuioh; fso). Kear the town is the picturetquo 
MOhltobel. On the Idndenberg, nf, hr. to (he S.E. .a Schlosit HorSen 
(n. 1*9). — Mi/,H. KBOtlcrevz (p. ill), Jnnction (or Zng and Lncerne.— 
MU. ImamuM and theneo to Arl\-Qotitita, aee p. 111. 

Fbou AiBiu TO WETTursKii, 18 M., PedeiBl Railway in I'l, hr.~ 
S H. Sulti- (hranoh-line to Zofingen, p. 15). T/. M. Lemburg (v.. 160; 
Soetsl railway to Lucerne, aee B. 40). Rear <11 M.) Magentnl, an a spni 
of the Katenberg. to the left, rieea SrMmi Braiinegg. 13Vi M. JfeUtit- 
gen, a quiot little town, the churoh of which containa stained glass 
(14th oent,); the train croaaca the Eeum. WUH. Baden (Ihe station lies 
to the B.W. of tho upper town, Vi M. from tbe B&le station, aeo p. 18). 
-18H. WMingeu (p. 1»). 

On the left bank of the Asre lies Bib&rttein, with aa old castle. 
13 M. RuppergwU; to the right, the Sfaufberg and the chftfciio 
of Lenzburg (p. 150), — 15 M. WUdegg (1170'), at the foot of 
the Kestenberg, has mineral springs containing iodine and salt, 
functioQ for the Seefal railway (p. 150). To tbe N. above the vill^o 
rises Schlose WUdegg (1480'); farther down, bejond the Aare, is 
Schlom Wildatstein. 

IT M. ScMitzTUm'h-Bad station (restaurant) Wns 10 min. ^. of 
Bad Bofainznach (1303'), on the right bank of the Aare, with 
snlphor- baths, open May Ist-Scpt. 30th ('Hfit. Rad 8chin:!nach, 
200 beds from 5, B. 9, I,. 5, I). 6, P. from 15 fr. ; Pens. Habsbnrg, 
P. from 10 fr., iaiHe manage inenl). Near by is Dr. Brnnner's sana- 
torinm for children and convalescent home, with a part. 

The baths lie at the toot of the Iffilpefsberff, on the top of whieb 
(I/, hr.) are the ruins of the HabsbuTK, ereolod by t;ount Wernher 
Ton Altenbuig, Biahop of Straaboorg, about 1020. During the ISth and 
ISth cent, thia was the aeat of the Counta of HabiburK, one of whom, 
Rudolf III., was elected Herman King li> lilS and thus heoamc the aneestor 
of tho Austrian iuipcrjiil family. 1'lic tower, 79' liigh willi walla 8' thiek, 
ifl well preaorved. Tlic jdjoio'lnn house is occupieil by a farmer (rfinta.). 
Tho view embraces the vatleya of the Aare, Rcuaa, anil Liuimat, and tbo 
High Alps from ttia QUroiscb to the Uri-KDlatoeh and from the Wetter- 
hSnier Co the Wildhom. _ On the 8.K. slope of the caatle-bill is the 
Tillage of BabOmrg <164K'], whence one may follow tlie high-roitd for 1 hr. 
to BmRc (p. 17). ~ Another fine point of view la the Vier lAndeii, on 
the Baczbu^ (1690'; Vi hr.), above Sohininaeh-Doit station (p. 11). 

20 M, Iin:<itj, .ind thencp vii 122' j^ M.) Turgi to (39 M.) 
Ziii-idi, seep. i7-l9. 

DigniodD, Google 


7. From Bale to SohaffbaOBen and Con- 
stance by the German Railway. 

■MU. 0ERM*i<Riii.w>Tin4Vi-"l>rs, (toSchiffhiusni K.tM. M^W, 
lfl,«60|if.; In (.'onatuBM HJ .€»<. IT Jl 10. IB .t 30 pf.l. — For plurji in 
Usden oomp. ihwi^irr's flAinc or .'Jontft*™ OermnHi/. — There if i1iii> * 
KwiS) RnitTK (no thrDii(-h-IriinB) rri>m Bile lo :Jeh>(rhaUKi-n. via Stria nm 
lOuiii (p. SO), A'ubtFii: (p. 1i], guil Eglitav (p. IT], 

B<!fe (BhiIcii StatiiiD). Bee p. 3. IScfun- \3 M.'i GrMzarh Hie line 
tiiterg Grniiaiij. — 47jM, Wyhleii: &/,Ji. Herlea. At i.9'/, M.) 
Baduck-Rheinfdden (886'), opposite Uheinfi^ltlin (p. 1(>), Ihr line 
approaches the Shine, which here ilashca over rockii. — 11 H. 
Betygeii; to the right is a former ram ma nderv or Ihc Teutonic 
Order, now a children's rescui' honie and a scminurv lor ti'Rchcrs. 
14V4 M. NiederSehw&raladl ; 1 6 M. Brennel. ^ -20 M. SfkkimjeH 
(958') has an abbey-chnrch with t«o lowers, well known from 
Kchcffel's pocin; the castle of SchCnau is on the Rhine. A eovervil 
briiige crosses the Rhine to the Swiss town uf Stein (|i, 16). — 
Si M. Jtfury, where we cross the Marg. - 25'/, M. Klein-Laufeu- 
bury, opposite tlic tjwiss town of Lanfenbarj; (p. 11). — Tunnel; 
then, beyond i28 M.l ASiert-Haaensleiii, 11 loftv vixikct. Nu>r 
(39 H.) Albbruek the Alb is crossed. 33 M. Do^erii. 

34 M. WaldBhut (1083'; Hfit. Rahnbof; Iti'b si oek;, junction 
tor the railway to Koblenz-Tntgi (see p. 17). 

Beyond Waldshnt a tunnel: the line continues to the lefl, high 
above the bank. Before (3T':\3i.j TtenjKnwccrosHtheSchliicht.Hnd 
ai(S9'>f,'ii.)0berlaiickri«gataic'V:atncii. To the right, on a wooded 
heigbt, is the ruin of Knssaberg. 44'/] M. Griesten; iS'j, M. Krz- 
MM^« (cuutom -house). — Then over thefrontier into Switzerland again. 
At (48'/j M.) WilcMngen'Hallau passports arc examined. Near 
liy is the sanatorium of Oalerfingen. bO'U M. Neanldrrk (1407') ; 
5i M. Beriugea, at the foot of the fieringer Randen. — 56'/> M. 
59 M. Soluifflianseil. _ m„. p. s.l. - - Statiob (ti-Btiiurinl) in tho 
N.W. prt of the ti-irii. Ksilwny to Coiintance »nil Romchnch, Ben R. lO: 
to ailrioh, Bcc R. 31. 

Hotels. Mailer (PI. x: A, 1), opposite the etstlnn, ■(0 lieiU fn-iii i'f^ 
L. orS. 47i, P. from 18 ft., gooH; Bahiihuf <t R/ldrn (PI. e; B, I), 40 bed* 
fromS'/^D. 41/.''-.! Wo«onal (PI. b; A, 1), 40bejB from SVj. L. or D. ifr.i 
Bitten Ifl. t; A, 1], «beda; Scfc wan (PI. t; B, »), 40 beds from 4, L. or 
I>- *Vt. P- from iSVi ft- ; Tonne (PI. g: A, «, iO beds from S"/,, I>. 4 fr, ; 
Miec (PI. Ii; B, I), S8 IihIh; /tchiff (PL i ; B,t), at tlie quty. iS beds; 
JironenJialtc (ProteBtint lioBtel), 3» lieds. 

BuBTAURAiin. So«mer-Ka»mo, KAiioii.Prommvtc(p.3ltt; Sehmisn-- 
AdUe oa the Rhine ; Volkthaua Randeahurg, Bahnhof-Str. GS(teinpetmnoe). ~ 
Bathb Id the Rhine, below (he hridgc, e}>rnfl-l &5-S, for ladiea (wcebda;* 
only) i-Ii. — Post & TRLKOHtpn Officr, oppmile the station. — RmtimiT 
OmoK, SteigiHibe. 

Tbawtats from the Bahi 
mic): (I) lo the H.B. lo S6/, 


SCHAFFHAUSEN. I- Bo«te 7. 33 

(FbIIb of the Rhine, p. Sb; IS mln.)! (V to Ibe ScMUzenhaui (p. 24^ 7 min.}; 
(3) to the N. to BircH (p. »1; 1» min.). 

Schafffiauaen (1295'), mix s trans -nliipp in g station for the 
truffle Ironi the Lake ot Constmce down the river, which is here 
interrnpted bj tbe Falls of IheKhlne, was till 1501 a free imperial 
town, which in 1454 joined the Contederates and is now the capital 
ot the canton, with 30,064 inhabitants. It in picfureaqnely aitnated 
on billa which rise from the ri);ht bank of the Rhine. The nnnter- 
ona oriel-windows of the old patrician honaes and the public fonn- 
tains give an old-faahioned air to the inner town. Of the old forti- 
fications there atill remain the Manot and two gate-towers. The 
town owes its indnstrlal prosperity to Helnrich Moaer, who in 
1863-66 began the turbine-worka id the Rhine, which were flniahed 
in 1899-1900 and generate an electric power of 8000 h.p. for the 
apinning-mills, machine works, and other factories. 

The Minster (Fl. B, 2), a Romanesqne basilica (12th cent.), once 
an abbej-chnrch, is now a Protestant pariah church. The cloisters, 
partly Romanesque, partly Gothic, contain an old bell, cast in 1486, 
the inscription of which ("Vivos voco, mortnos plango, fulgura 
fi'angu") anggested Schiller'a beaatifnl 'Lied von der Olocte'. — 
In the Vordergaase is the Haia zum Sitter, a pictnresqne bnllding 
with oriel- window a, decorated with paintinga on the facade by 
Tobias Slimmer (1570). — The Old EeOhaus (PI. 6; B, 2) haa a 
fine panelled room of 1625, with a carved door. In the cantonal 
archives (adm. 11-12 gratis; at other times 1 fr.) is a large antique 
onyx, representing a goddess of peace, in a rich 13th cent, frame. 

In the Pronwag-Platz{Pl.A,B, 2), No. 24, is the ffroMC flbu*, 
an interesting patrician mansion, erected in the 14th cent, and re- 
built in the 16th and ITth centuries. — To the 8., in the direction 
of the Herrenacker, on the left, stands the New Rathaus, formerly 
the 'Gewerbeballe' (PI. 2 ; B, 2), a Renaiaaance strnctnre of the 17th 
centnry. It was reconstructed in 1914 by Moser of Karlarnhe and 
has a beautifnl door and a facade adorned by frescoea. — The Im- 
Ihumeum (PI. 3 ; A, 2), in the Herrenacker, erected and preaented 
to the townby J.C.Imthnrn (d. 1881), containa a theatre, apictnre- 
gallery, and concert-rooms. Oppoaitc ia the Muternn (Fl. 5; A, 2), 
with antiquities (inclnding finds from the Schweiaershild , the 
Keaalerloch near Thayngen, etc.), natural history and ethnographical 
specimens, and the town-Hbrary. 

The Uunot (PI. B, 2), with walls 16' thick and vaulted casemates, 
erected in 1515-82, commands a fine view of the town (adm. free 
8-12 & 1.30-6, at other times 50 c). A winding roadway ascends 
to the platform. 

InthoCa«noiVoinenade(Pl.A,2)iBabaBl (5!\. 4^ Q\\,Vfc ?.-««* 
biatorian Johannet von MHiler (b. at 8cba(tha'afteii,\l^'^\ *- ■V'*^V 
View ot the Biinc and the Alps, 


S4 /. BouU 7. BEICHENAU. 

(Jn ths kit bsnk of tbe Kbme U FeutrlhaUn (p. Z»i, a village 
in CaotOD Zftrieh, vith a pictnrmque vieir of Schaffbtaicn. 

From the SohlltientuB* (tniswty, lep p. II) a footpith Metiidii Tii 
lloblenbiun r£«cl:eI(iniUuWi.; to the (</, hi.) aigo^ oa BiAfiuk (ITetn, 
with I view of the Ainu. — Knt fmr from Bi/rA |tianiw»j, •« p. M), nn 
the hii:hraid to HFri>hiu>pii, ire thr waWti Hehiceiitrlblid rocki, «]f- 
br«l«d for reiio of the tftonr Age found thotc (He p. ZS inil 41). The 
N. point of the cantoD, the moanUia l»d of Handra [Holier Rindeo, 
W6ff), be1onp> geologEcilly to Iha Swibiin Jon. 

The Baden railway tnms to the X.E. — 61 '/t M. fferblingen ; 
30 min. higher np the castle of the same name (19ti9'). — 63'/. M. 
Thayngea, the last Swiss place. German enstoms, — U5'/iM. Bie- 
lingen; 67 II. GoWmodi/Kjen. — 70", M.Stiigeii(140J'; Railway 
Restanrant; Hotel Schweizerhof; Adler; Victoria; Krone), a tcwn 
of 10,600 iubab., with the large Maggi works, at the foot of the 
HofteBfinel (2265', I'/^hr.; see Baedeker' t Southem Gertnaayj, 
ia the junction tor the Black Forest and the Upper Xrekar railways 
as well aa tor the railway viiEtzwilen (p. 30), Stanimbeim (p. a5), 
and Thalheim-Altikon to Winterthnr (p. 54; 38',- M. in S'/i hrs.). 

74Vi M- BSkringen-RickeUhausen. — TT'/t «■ Radolfidl 
(1306'; Schiff; Victoria), an old town on the Unlersee (see below), 
on which steamers and motor-boats ply. TLc railway-line skirts the 
lake viS Markdfiiigen, AUembach, and Hegtie. — 86 M. Rachen- 
au. A causeway here connects the lake-bank with the island of 
Reich^tau, formerly the neat of a celebrated Benedietine abbey 
fonnded c. 724 and secularised in 1799. In the centre of the island 
(l>/( hr,) lies its chief village, MiUelaell (HOt. Mobreii), the former 
abbey-chnrch of which, a basilica of the 10-l3th cent., has a Gothic 
choir of the 15th century. 

The train passes ^SS'/^ M.) Petershauten, (p. 25] and crosses the 
Kbine to (90 M.) Constance (p. 27) by an iron bridge einbelliBhed 
with fonr statnes. 

Ths Bhine ftom SohafTKauBeii to Conataace, m inlcreaiiug 
Bteamer trip (pier above the Rhine bridjce, comp. Plan, p. !3), np the 
rivBT in 4, down in flV, hrs. (fires 4 £r. 90, S fr. M c.) ; in summer roataa- 
lant on board. Tbe sleinieT atBliont are indicated below by the distancea. 
The boat pasacs below the railway- bridge [p. SO]. — Right: Faradirt 
(p. M). tDimorlyannDuery. — Left: a M. liaaingen. with an old chnrch. — 
ft. iTaeAon nenCnf, formerly a naDncry, nowaheBPital for incurables; oppo- 
"le (left), ViUa Bheinburg ■ ■ ■ ' ■ " - - — -- 

... , ... „. „jjj||^ j-j 

ofeti (p. 
i. RKHii 

TLe Rhine fa crssaed here by a 

■tiklingtn; left, Bibern. " ■■ ' ' 

l-heBliiue wiilvne nat iul,i the Dntoraoe. -R- E,cl,eii. ,.._., 
L. IV^U. Obatiaad, an old manaion, now a taotory; lieyDhd it H 
'— — ~M« nobUMty of OAainatn, now a fiotorv, and tbe Oehnini 

' rtiah sbnond in foaaila. —B. 16 H. Mamma-n (p. 31); lu 



vuod, the rain at 1 
t Mbooi for boTi).— 
otMarbaOi. IWabi 
and ncTTB pitienta, 

E. 1S>^ M. Sla^^^. .. 
haeh (now m fonndry).- 
Tb« like eipanilt, ud it 
to tha right is the ohlkteiu of Eugetitba-g (p. Bl). — L. tfj, M- KdcA«naH, 
OD the itlindof lUiohen&ufp. SI). — B. 2I%M. Jfann«t6acA(p. 31), BboTD 
which 818 the chgtein of Salenitein snd, farther on, Arenenbergja. SI). 

E. S3'/, M.ErmaMnoen(p, 31); abova it, Sciiow fPoi/Wierp. — We now 
enter the sarrow arm of the Bhine oonnesting the Untenee with tiie Lake 
of Constanoe. — K Sfl M. QoMieben, with an old castle. Tha chilteaa ot 
Oirtei elands on the hill it the back cf the village. Beantiful retrospect 
of the Unlenee, with the conical summits of the HOhgau in the distance.— 
The banks now beeome flat and at places manby. The boat calls at 
StTomeyeTadorf-PiMrllMHiten (j. !1) and at leagtb passes under the lailwa;- 
bridge of fSSVi M.) Congtame (p. SI). 

8. The Falls of the Rhine. 

Hotels. Xeirthel 
from *, E. !, L. *Vi, : 
Falls ud the Alps, 
formed into an ediJual 

leBalmliorffeuliavaentp.ti); (S) on the 
isLu (ir Winterlbiir-Zarich), on the r^l 
ler BaAiAof Neuhaa»m (f. S8); (3) on t 

the Rhine, 
the Baduci 

described below (oroaa the bridge to Sc!Uo» Laufeii, descend to the 
PiMlHs, cross to the ScMJIeaChea WISrih, and return along the right 
bank, Hf, hr. in all). 

The **FaRs of the Rhine, Ger. Rhtinfall, locally called the 
'Lanfeti', the finest cascade inCentratEnrope, descend in three leaps 
over a limestone ledge, (ram which project four high rocks, partially 
OTergrown with bnnhes. On the left bank, situated on a wooded hill, 
towers the castle ot l.aiifen. Above the falls the river is 1 75 yds. 
broad. The height of thi^ unbrok«ii fall near the left bank U 6d', 
near the right bank 49'. If the rapids anil thn cataracts a few hnndred 
paces farther ap are inclnded, the total height of the falls is nearly 
100'. The level of the Rhine below the falls is 1180'. In June and 
Jnl; the river is swollen with melting snow. Before S a.m. and after 
3 p.m. rainbows are fornii'd by the sun in the clouds of slltery 
spray. The spectacle is very inipri'asivn also by iiiounlijfht, 

II ban tijorefore been snppaeil that the bed ■>{ \V.e iivct \k\o-» ^* ^''^^ 
hai been hollowed hy eroiion, the deepening biowbh fcboie ttiels^A*™"^, , 
been retarded b^ Iho hardacsi of the limBBtoue tativot ol -w^iifli •«*" .. 

^S /. Sanleil, 

The nmtFs 
Ii'fl, anil after ■ lew sltua thi- f<i<i(|>]ilh d'-irn tn the Ml) and ft 
^hl• .Sehnvhrr Bahnhof[i:Mi' ; ginth l<> Ihr tcftj iiniti^ in the ' 
laKf III Xriihaiiivii, wliirh ha:i Tl"ll iiihah. niirt a Ijq.ii- imluitrv. 
WV now ilrsfi-Hil liv Btq.», Ihrn cmM the Ej-liwH .mil ZilHrh railwiv 
tnA M\»v till' iMnd fi,r Bhoiit lili viN- Tlic palh to thf lifl ignidp- 
IHwtj hPH' IimiIh In thp Khdnrall-ltrnrki' : Inlhr ri;!ht ari! tfacilircrt 
ruutrn <•> Ihr fiillK (sninji. lrli>vj. 'I'hnHC vhn wiith t» make the round 
indiralpd ahnvp tahr thr Rludy pnlh In llii' Irfl. luxiiint! thr fVvK 

whirh rarrlPK Ibu VViliti'rthnr line ovi-r the Rhine a litlk above the 
fnlln (|). 34'i. The hriV' ^1" yi^'' >""!;^ has nine archi'H whirh Tary 
in Hpan f4<{-6l>'). The fonlvav <ivi-r the bridge affords a view of the 
nicky h.'>l i.r thi- rivrr and of the mf.iis above the fallx. 

On thi' left bank h path uneendsi In the left in 5 niin. to the 
SoliloBB lAUfsn riSriH'; adni. I fr.. tni- Rwlfa fM) c). The balcony 
and a jnttiiif; pavilion with cnlonreil |;1ih» windovH command a good 
t^nrvey of the falls. Caniern obxrarn, 50 c. I'aths descend tbrongh 
the {(ronmla to the ehief ikiiiiIh of view: lhi'i'«L'i7t'-Ji, the *Kdnxtii, 
mill the *,FViii'ftc:, an iron platform iirojeeling over the (oatninj; 
abywi. Ilie hnge emerald-green volume nf wator thnnders down :il 
iinr very feet and bedowH iih with its Riir.-iy (naterproofB on 
hire, SO c.)- — From the lower exit of the garden one reaches in a 
few iiiinnlefl the laiidinf;-])Uce tor the ferrv acrons to SehlOaschcn 

PaiHiliP fiir I-: perxiinH. 1 (r. (reluro fan- liJ, ft.), vvcrj' extri uei- 

riiOKM', tliiiuKJi frir Huni' jiruliably numewfaat Fifilingl 1-i person^ 3 fr. anil 
liraloil>- of 1 fi. (.1 tJic Kui'lu. every extra per»on i fr. mi)re. ini-iiidiiie 
proamnK lo Ihe other liRnk 50 r. more for eai'li [icr-on. 

SohlSflaohenWdFthfinn; canieniobKe-Lra,30c.), on an island 
o|)|iosile the falls, which is connected with the right bank by a 
hridp;e, conimands the lineat general view of the falls from below. 
IVe [Hay now ascend the right bank of the river by a path (benches; 
splendid views), from which, short of iin Aluminium FnHrrry, an- 
other path leads up (left) to the road. Or, still better, we muj follow 
the river beyond the factory and finally ascend to the b'ft by the 
convenient flight of ste]>g, which affords fine views of the tossing 
waters and leads to (10 min.) the village of Nenhaneen and the 

Another pleSHant walk may be taken from the SclilBBSchcnWBrtli down 
'■ ■ ■ I bank of the Ehlne l,i MieF'acherMIUli, ■■■■-• ■ 

■a ilepoBila near the SchlOascbcn Wflrth. - _.. __. __ 
e made from NeahaDeen to tbe m min.) Hohfivh and the 
(40 min.) noKcnbaum (ScnkelamtshllHli, oomp. p. ii): to the N.W. to 
(10 min.; Hard/liAiTi tlie Nenbaiisen foreat; «nil to <l hr.) Rfc*'(7(nK (either 
liy lud 01 water) comp. p. 33], 


9. Lake of Constance (German and 
Austrian Banks). 

Steikboat troiD CoDsUnoe tn Xeerabarg md Friedrichikafen, 7-8 times 
lisity in l-H/, hi. (fires 7^ JO, 4 J! 80 pf.), to iiTBlaB in ai/.-S^'i '"■"■('*.*■*!)■ 
to Bregem in 3-t'l, hm, (iS^Mpt., B^>; from Ptiedticlishifen to Roohhis- 
hom in SO min. (1 fr. bOc, 1 fi.), to RorichiuA iu I' (tti. i<l, itr. lOir.); 
— froiiiI,iBa«moBoDia««Aurninllit. luand lhr.35 inin. (*fr.SO,ltr.Bi)«.). 
to Horschach in Wmin. (tti. 10. Ifr. JOc.)- — B»tr» Hteamen ply several 
timu duly in ^nmmor between Coattana, Metraburg, XxinaK, and tiher- 
lingai; and on Snn. to Lvdieigahafun. Tickets are bo«kci] ud board, 
family-tickets as on the Lake of Lucerne (comp. p. 100). 

The Islto buing DButral, lu^ige ie liable to euslom-bDnse eiaminilion. 
Paaseugers (rorn one Qernian port to another may avoid tbeso form>]ltiei> by 
abtaJaioE before embarkation a oiistem-honHe ticbel for ihsirlugeagcfgratiij. 

The Lakt of Consfanne (1306') or Bodensee, the Lacm Brt- 
gantinv* of the Koniana, has iU Geriuau nume from the mediieval 
i'UjbI residcnco of Bodoma at tlicW. end of thcUberHogen branch ot 
Iholake. Tlie entire length is 40 M., breadth S'/^H., and niaximaiii 
depth 840'. Its broad green expanse of water, itsvell-pi-opled banks 
and its green hills, the chain of the Appeuzell Alps in the distance, 
ihc snow'clad Senile in particulnr, and seyeral jieuka of theVorarl- 
bcrg Alps, visible in clear weather, present a very pleasiJi^ secnc. 

ConBtauoe. ~ Hotbw, »/««e^HS(ei (PI, a; C, i, 4), in tba former 
Dominican monastsry (seep. iS; Horn an esque cloiatera irilfa modem froscoes) 
the chnrcli fitted up oa dinina-room), bBanlifully situated close to the lake, 
Hrst rlaas, with rostounot in the refectory and garden, ISO R. at vyM, 
with bath St BO-M, B. W/,, D. 85 ^ . — See-Hotel (PL b; D, 8), Seo-Str. I, 
M R. at in-iiri, B. 4V<, !).»)«»: Halmlfl.f, C, G), 6« R. at lS-a9, B. 4, 
11. \i-rjJt. good. Termin>ii{-P\.i; i\ B), 46 beds, both opposite the railway 
sUtion; Hee«(Pl. e; C, 4), to the N. uf the station, 15 beds, with wine- 
room.-- ArvRe(Pl. f: C, G}, 50 beds at 18-20, fi.4. D. i:j-16.<! Barbaroita 
(PI. i, B, 4; p. 28), Oberer Usrkt, f<0 beds at lG-20, B. 5, D. 12-18 Jt, with 
wino-rwim.Rood; />eK(«Eft«s IZom (PI. r ; 0,5), on the market-place, 50 beds 
(Inel.B.)atie-aG, D.12>M1Vi><; SehMtseJ (PI. 1 ; C. 5). Sigiamond-Str. U> 
Unf/Htcher Hof, Ros^rten-Str. »0 (PI. B, C, 5); St. Johann (Rom. Cath. 
lioHtel; PI. 0, 0, 3), near tbo eatheilral, 30 beda. 

llicaTAUHAITS. At the Kaufhaia (p. 28), with terrace on the first Hour 
and view of the take; SackgarUti, near the cathedral. — Catkb. DcHmer, 
lIuK.-n-Str. S (PI. B, 6) : Wiener fafi, Boilm-Str. (PI. B, C, 6). 

brCAKiK Lasduq Staqe, also fur the Rhino trip tu Hchaffhansea 
(pp.24, 25), in the harbour. — Motoh Boats, 

Con^anae (1335'; pop. 30,100), Gor. KonManz, capital of the 
Hadcn lake-district, lies at the N.W. end of the Lake ot Constance, 
at the elBni of the Rhine. A free town of the Empire down to 1548, 
it belonged to Austria till 1805, and till 182T it was the scat of a 
bishopric. It was in Constaoce in 1414'16 that the great Church 
Council met, which settled the Bchisni of the Ihree counter-popes and 
condemned the Doheniian reformer John Hnss. 

TheHinater (Fl.C, 4), b^^nin the lltbcent. asaRomaneai^uc 
pill.ircd basHica, was rebnilt in Gothic form after 1^^ aTAS&XS*^- 
Worthy of notice are the wood-carvings on V\\c ma.\ti 'owt\»X l^^Vl^, 
organ-loft (1518?}, ib3 choir-Btalls (seconA \i».\l ol V'5>*^'<^ "^ 
ibei/aiatinipi in several cliajiuls, the rich Vvca'i'^i^ (,\.-^ '^^ *■"* 

as /. RoiMX CONSTANrE. Mninau. 

nry|it. TheOothic lower(350'lijgh)coaimanii!iisurvcf of tht to«n, 
lake, and Alps (adm. 2U pf.). Od the N. aide of Ihc cathedral aro 

A late-trolMc cloiatcr and thn rornier chaptpr-honuc. 

The WeitenbergHaiu [PI. 6; C, 41 conUins Ihe picto re-sal I cry 
(adm. Han. lCI.30-1 & 3-4, Wed. & Sat. i-i, fn>e; other davs 9-13, 
&Opr.).— The late-Qothic chnreh oi St. Slephat (PI- B, C,'41, vith 
its slender tower, contains (in the choir) intcrcstin); reliefs or 1594. 

On the Obrreu Makkt (PI. B, S) is the hoane Zum Jliiken Hafeu 
(PI. 1), ot 1270, in front of which, in UlT.Empi'ror.SigismuBd gare 
the Brsudciibni^ Mark as fief to the Burgrare Freiluriek of Nurem- 
berg, one of the Ilohenzollern tanijly. Here too ii the Haul Bar- 
6ar.Msa(PI, i;B, 4), in which, in 1183.Emperor Frederick I. conclud- 
ed peace with the Lombard towns. — The Town Hall (PI. B, 5), 
dating from the end nf the 16th cent., wi(h fafade frescoes of 1864, 
has a handsome inner court. 

The Roggarten (PI. 4; C, 5;, the old gnildhousc of the bntchers, 
contains a rich collection of prehistoric finds (from lake -dwellings), 
local autiqnilies, etc. (open free on Wed,, 2-5, and Sun., 11-3; 
on weekdays 9-12 & 2-5, 50 pf.). 

The Kaufliaue (PI. C, 4, 5), originally a war.'honse, and wrongly 
called the KonEiliumsgebaade (CouDell Building), is a picturesque 
structure of 1388, restored in 1911: it contains two rooms with tniu. 
sive old oak beams. In the upper room, the so-calleii council-hati, 
the conclave of cardinals elected Martin V. as Pope in 1417. Frescoes 
byPechtandSchwOrer illustrate the history of the town (adm. 60 pf.; 
restanrant, see p. 27). 

On the lake is the Sladf-Garten (I'l. U, U, 4), to the S. of which 
is a column erected in 1920 in memory ot Count Zeppelin (d, 1917j. 
To the N. is the forjiier Dominican MoMOBteri/ (now the Insel- 
Hotel, p.27]. 

In the BrUel, 10 min. to the W. (beyond PI. A, 4), a boulder 
marks the apot where Hubs in 1415 and his friend, Jerome of Prague, 
in 1416, suffered denth by Gre. 

It (tlierv Buil 

Heersbucs: I 
•• ■ S-lhrs 

Tiew-towei). The footpith ii Rhoitni (I'j, hr.): aflcr 10 mia. «e diverge 
from the Wiltielin-Str«sm (PI. I), J) tD the riirlit, then throi^h woodi and 
linsllf along the cairiage-ioail. An iron biidgc connects tbe Muxi with 

On the Rtcanicr rontc to FricdrlchHhnfi'n one notices on the 
Cberlingen lake the pLctnrcRfjnc little town ul Mm-almry, which 
is called at by certain steamers; farther on are the village of 
Hagnani and the castles of KircfAery and Herachberg, then the 
Tillage ot ImmeiiHaad and the cslati: uf ManseU. 


T^f at OoniUuioi. LINDATT. /■ Bof B. 29 

Friadrlo h whl^fe n. _ BBtTAtrBiiTs at the town and tiiiboiu Btatioai 
(view teiraw).— Hdtmu. 'Surgarten, with park uil temu on the laka, 
l<Mbedrjat!5-40, wltblxthfioiiiSO, B. Sif„L. SO, D.«5^; lantin, SDbedi 
fromia, B. S, D. IH!^, JJueftAoTKerffof, WK. «t 10-lB, B.4, D. lO-«6u«, 
both >t the town station nith gardeo by the like; Seehold Mailer, at the 
harbour, 16 R. Bt 7-lft, B.4, D. 10-11 jl; Ooldener Stem; Somie; ,8teh(lf, 

FriedricliAafen.i\\ie terminnaof Ihe'WiLrttembergEailway.with 
10,300 inhftb., is abnsy industrial town, and its lake-bftthe attract 
niuiy Tiaitora. It owes its eiistence and name to King Frederick I, 
of Wfirttemberg (d. 1816), who Qnited the little imperial town of 
Buehhartt and the Benedictine foundation of Hofm. On the Bat- 
baaB-Flatz are the RathoM and the Kameralamttgebdude, with 
the collectionB of the local Historical Society (50 pf.). Along the 
lake extend pleassnt promenades. At the W. end of the town is the 
torvBir Boy^ Chdieau. with a park. To thp N. of the town station 
are the Z^^pelin Airship Sheds. 

Thetrainsetsitfram the harbonr anU "top at [J5 min.J tbe mtiiD statian 
Ichaagecuiiagea for LiudaD). — Fbou Fbiedrichb)iafen to Lihdad, IGM. in 
'I, hr., [Bilwoy Til Lanaenargen, Wiugerburg (see below), and Ensiaii<i:ileT 
(Hteamer lelnm-ticketB valid foi the railway Bad vi^e veie&). 

The steamer ti> Lindaa Ciills at Langaiargen (on a peninsnb, 
the VHia Montfinl) and Kreesbrann, then at Wagserbvrg, with ik 
castle, and Bad Sehachen (sulphur spring; '''KurhauB, 180 beds, 
P. 45-55 ^). Behind is the vine-clad Hayerberg (liSfi'), which 
may be ascended from Lindau in '/i hr. (view). 

Lindau. - Comp. the iaset-pliD on adjoining map, — Bailtrau 
l!eila<iraiU. — HotEM. Baiiriicher Hof (PI. a), near tbe lake ind thn 
i.t«lioD, 80R. BtlO-JO, B.(, D. from SO,*, good. — Hrti.-JfeHU, K<H(einaHH 
IPl. b). Be R. at iS-lfl, B. S"/r«Vt !>■ !*-»> ^ HeliKtia (PI. el, 00 II. from 
10^, Ltndaiier Hof (Fl. t), S6 R. at H-ie, B. .1>/t, T). 10.«, ail three at the 
harbour! PMerAo^ (PI. g), 50 beds from 10, B. 6V„ 1). from in Jl, Rood; 
l^am, K beds ; Froifliant Hotlel (PI. b), «> bcdx. - Cooda agents ami 
money-chinCT": Qebr. WrJgt, at the BtBtian and harbour. 

Lindau, a Bavarian town <i1 eOOOinhab., the terminus ot the 
Bavarian Railway, once a free, imperial town (1275-1803), lies on 
an island, connected with the mainland by a railway-embankment, 
603 yds. long, and by a wooden bridge, 3S6 yds. long. On the quay, 
in front of the new railway station (to be opened in 1922), is a nion- 
nment in bronze io King Mcwimilian H. (d. 1864). At the end 
of the E. pier is placed an imposing lion in marble, 21' in lieighl; 
opposite, on the W. pier, is the old lighthouse, with a view-tower. 
The harbour is adjoined on the E. by the Botnascha^ize, which 
comniaiids n view of the Alps, In the Reichs-Platz, which is qaite 
near, are the Reichs-Ikunnen and the TownHaU, erected in 1423-3G 
and restored in 1667, with painted fafades and a collection of anti- 
quities (open insumoier 9 or 10-12 & 3-5, Son. 10.30-13 & 2-5; 
adm. 1 ■^). To the N.E. of the town a piece of Ihe mt'AlwsaX -nf^N, 
known as the Riiwan WaU^ has been preserved. 


1' HUM LiNDAU TU BkeOkm. .. Strausr In m-ii mil., nUvw In 
>l, lir.. ialerucdiUe aUlioL IjkIhh [SIrud I'.Ual-Hotal. flnt cUm, P. 
fruuiHiKiX). FroiB BrrftTDi i briX'b-IIsc la Xt. JtaryivlAeii (V, hr. ; p. an 
lonnrrti with Iti: Hwiiii nilVMyli. 

Bre2«»>---' Uotmji. HWi<h» Kivk:, *au. at Mu-lilO, B. N. n. 
M)-tU> H| ff'X. ffr IKan-u', nt thi- Htlliuu, Uii It, it H-I.'i, B. 3% U. 10- 
IB^; fontiWI It.. vrllo«>rni>fi/<iiAiiAii^. MK. Ht K-]c>, B,t-3, 1>.B-I>^ ; 
JlregtHxr lluf, ti K. it su-ikj. H. «S, II. HU A'. 

Sr^^ms (1299'), the capital (if Viirarlbi-r;;, wilh l(t,D0O inhkb., 
lies al the E. end of the I.ake of Ciinatancc. lieyoDil the ntilwaj 
line, promonades, rich in virw-puiiits, slrulch aloag the Uke-ajde. 
The loftil; sitiuilud Uld Tiivn orcupien tlic die uf the Koman Bri- 
gaufiain, which gnarltiiit tlie road friiiii the Aljiine paawa of the 
Orisons to SoatfaUcniiaiiy. Tha GebhanUbeni {1^69' ; 'Uhi.; put 
the church) commands a vien- of the Laki; ut Constance and tlut 
AppenzelluDdGlarDi'r Alp», More extensive \ie.vtroml\mPfiiHiUr 
{Si9U'; 2'/, hrs.; hotrl at the top, cbsi-il in 1921 ., 

10. From Schaffhansen via Etzwilen to 
Constance, Romanshom, and RorBChaoh. 

SwHK Fkdkk.i. Raii... »y. Tij Uo'iitaiia, Sit M. in I^.-'i'k >>"■ ('»"?■ 
5 ff, 55, 3 It. ISO p.) ; Ihonco to KorKhacli, il'l, M. in u/.-i'/* >'"■ ('»«" S fr, 
TO, a tr. -t(li^) ; fruia S.-taalTbauHea to RoKxtaieh tlirert, avuiiling ConsUnee, 
5ri M. in :!</, hn. — Kliiiiu ntvimur froiD Sihainiinscn l'> Cumitini^p, 
nes p. M. 

Schaffhauxen, see p. '22. The railway, threading a tnnnel, de- 
RCiibes a wide curve to the S., crosses the Rhine, and beyond 
(I'/t H.) Feuerthalen (p. £4) follows the left bank of that river. 
— S'/i M. Lemgwirgen {above, the former nannery of Pareidiet) ; 
4 M. Sefc!o/^■ 7M, I>i<MWiAo/«i(1364' ; Adler ; LOwc), a pictnresqne 
old place(lH(Hlinhab.), a free town of the Empire in the middle ages. 

The railway Icaicn the Rhine, turns to the 8.E. at the foot of 
the wooded S(idei6er3, and proceeda vifiScWo((iKjfen to (lO'/i M.) 
Btiiwilen(144G';HGtelKnrEiaenbahn), the junction of the railws}- 
froniSingen toWinterthnr (p. 24) which near Olier-'Winterthiir Joins 
tlii! line rromRDmanshomfp.Sfi}. — We continne to skirt tlie Rhine. 

I2Vi M. Stein am Rheln (1364'), The station is on the left 
bank, in the village of Burg, where the walla of a Roitiun castmm 
hare been nncovered. A wooden bridge croHees the Rhine to the pic- 
toresqae old town ("ECtel Rbeinfels, with terrace; Sonne), withSllS 
inhabitants. In the main street and on the market-plaee there are 
several gaily painted houses with projecting stories. In the Rathaiui 
are frescoes by Ilaberlin, stained glass, and old armonr. Above the 
Khine bridge is the ComxtU of St. George (adni. 1 fr. 20 c,), an 
old Benedictine monastery in excellent preservation, with cioialers 
and interior decorations of the 14-16lh centuries. 


E8MATIN0BN. Mdp,p.a9. 1. BimUio. 

■ fine view at the d.lps from Ihe Vorutbei-g to the Jangfnn and of 
Untenee and the nictiiresqne *»l!ey of the Rhine. — Another boh* po 
of view IB the Welkatitsin (1916'), I'/jhr. to the U.W. of Btem. 

In the Rliine ia the iBland of St. Qtknutr, with a chapei. At 
(13'/, M.) Eichatz the river widens to rorm the Unteroeo (comp. 
p. 24). On the hill lies the castle of Zwe&wweK; below, the priory 
at KliTiffaiaeU and the castle oi FreadenfdB. — 15'/i M. JtfammCTU 
(Ochs), with hvdropatliic. eitnated in a large park an the lake. 

19 M. Btoiikbom {Krone, on the lake), a small town (2952 
inhah.), has the many-towered castle of Twrmkof, dating from 
1313, now a poor-bonse. — At (21 M.) Berlingen. (Krone) the 
Untersee attjiins its greatest width (S H.). Before ua lies the 
island of Reic:henau (p. 25); on a hill to the right ia SchloM 
Eugentb^g, bnilt in 1816 by the stepson of Napoleon I., Engine 

22Vi M. Mannenbadi (HBt.-PenB. Schiff, 45 beds from 3, 
D. 4'/», P. from 10 tr., open May-Oct.) is charmingly situated 
below the battlemented chfttean of Salefisttirt. 

A eood nid aacende from Uaunenltsch to (■/■ hi.) Uie diittean of 

.4re(ieni*rs (160!'), sitnsted on « wooded hill. The ohiteau 

, — ..„.. ._ ,„— i._ n Hstlenaa, mother of Nipoleon 

« Eugenie to the canton ofTh__„ 

«ncee of the Kapoleouie family. In a 
joining Duiining is tne i nurgau agrieultiiral school. 

24 M.Ermatiiigen(Adler, 100 beds, with garden, good; Bahn- 
hoF, plainer) is a prettily situated health-resort. To the left of the 
railway lies the 'Staad', oa a headland, near which remnants of la- 
custrine dwellings were found; to the right of the railway is the'Dorf, 
with its old church. Ahont 10 min. from the station and 20 inin. 
above Ermatingen are the chiteaai of Hard »nd Wolfeberg (1692'). 
— The Untersee ends here. On the Shine, the castle of Gottliebeu 
lp.25). 26'/, M. TOgerwUai; 28 M. EmmUhofen (Hflt. Bahnhof, 
with restaurant ; Fens. Seeschau, with park), station also for Kreux- 
liiigen (p. 32). Swiss passport revision. 

29 M, CoaBtanoe (main station), sec p. 27. 

Pbdu CoiHTAiOE TO WiL VIA WnNrKuiiH, S6 U.. Ceiititl Thnrf (n 
Kailws7 in t-»l. hit. At (■/! M.) Emmiihopn-ETaaUnyen (see alwve) we 
diverge to the loft tot (S 'ii.)Taiierweiltn-ObfTiitrai>, tlien In a bold curve 
towarde Ihe E. and up the ridge of the Otlenberg, with i view of the 

■arty of the late Count Zeppelin (d. 1B17). — On the 

f aienbera, the 
■ ■ <He of 

(3</, M.] Bemrain (I5S!'] wc cioas the Jakoba-Tobel by a viaduct (%'high). 
.■iM. Ltngwa {1«80'); (flV.M.) Siegerthan^en [1801') and (Bi/, H.) Berg 
both rie on the height of the Oltenberg. wheie we have a view of the 
Apponzoller and Qlarnsr Alps. Down into the valley of the 'Cli'xt. 
II M. Kehlhof: (1*'/. M.) WeSnTOden fn. 56), jnuctiou lui iCok "WiiviV «»*- 
KomaoHhorn line. We eros. the Thur and re-irtCBni, ltii,i««6*. i V^iA-a.^ 
MO yds. in length between (IB M.) BussnuYig mi VW ■«■^„]!KS«S^, 
The neit statioos are (*I M.) Tobd-AffeltrunifleH, ^*■iM\»■■^ Bt».»«ft«*''^ ■■ ■ 

3S I.n.tO.~Kap.p.Si. E0B8CHACH. 

with a ruined ciitle, lud (ID H.) wa, the luni^tiaii for Iha nilwky turn 
Winlertbiir to at. Oill (p. M) •nd for the Toggenkaig riilw»y (p. M>. 

SUM. Ereafllineen(U»<::Sc>iweizerLuf;Bal]uhDt;BelIeTiie, 
Or. Binswuiger's Mwatoriani for nenrop&thicsl, a pleuMint Utt]e 
iudUBtrial town (B710 tnhalj.j with in old AaguatiniaM abbpj, now ■ 
HBininary for teachers. The church containii n 'Uoant of OliTes", 
wltli 9000 figures, carved in wood in the 18th cent, by n Tyrolese 

Th« railway ;<kirts the I^ke of Constance m far an Runubach. 
~ 3S'/t H. Muiuterliagen, with u cmituna! hoBpital and a lunatic 
aajlum; 35'/, M. Altnau: 36 M. GUltingea. with a ch&tein; 
3TV,H. KagtirU; to the li^ft, on the take, the Moo^vnf. — 38'/,M. 
UUwU (Hat. du Lar, with sanatorium and park, 110 M»\ pleas- 
antly aitnated. 

41 U. RomOnBlloni. — Rail. Halaui-ant. — Hotklb. JtwioN, SS 
bed* fioni4, B. 1 ft. Sue, l..4y„ D. S, P. from lotr.. with mrdm; foite, 
good; Balinhof; Jiiger. 

Sontatuhofn, a town with 15474 inhab., has a large harLour and 
steamer connection with Fried rjchshaf en (comp. p. 39), and is the 
junction for the railwayfi to Zfirich (R. U) and to St. Gall and 
Kipperswit (R. 16). 

43 H. £jmncA, — 46 H. Arbon (Bar and I'ens. Sepbail, 36 bedd 
rrom 3'/t, P- from 9'/, (r.), an indnelrial town of 9393 inhab., 
on the site of the Roman Arbor Felix, witii an old castle and liaths. 
— 48 M. Horn (HStel Horn, 50 be.da), with a chfttpan and baths, 

50 M. BorSOhadl. — Two BUtione; BBrschacli Haftn (reatau- 
rant, with lerrai;i!], at tlie pier (lonip. p. al.; RorKhaeh BiiknAaf (raatau- 
Tant), ■/, U. to the E,. oniaide the town, where the llnea from Bt. Gall 
(B. 16) >Dd KomansLorn join that from Colre [R. ISl, — Ha. k-and-pinir.n 

HoTBi.B laU nelr tlie^arbour atationj. *.^nA'er. UO beda from 1, D. b fr. ; 
BodOH, SO beda from 3V„ D. 4 fr.; II6t. BaMlhof, «6 beds; Schi/T, 40 
beda; Kro-ae; Oril-ntr Baum, HbeAx; RSmH. aimple. — Lake Hathh to 
the W. of the Barbour Station (alao warm bitha]. — Post hsd Tele- 
OKAPB Opvicb behind the Harbour Sution, 

Rorschach (1310'; pop. 11,58a), an old harbour-town with a 
busy shipping-trade, is also a snmnier-rcsort, frequented (or its 
lake-baths. Qaaint old houses with projecting stories, especially 
near the harbour in the principal street. A large power-station and 
ottering installation supplies St. Gall with water from the Lake 
of Constance. 


EiOURSioBB, Aliove Rorschaeh, up the SiKua^Slraxsc and plat the Pro- 
mt rhureii on the right, riaea the (Vi hr.) old abbev Df^ariHl>erK 
1446'), with handaomc clowtera, now a training-ooUcge for tsaohera aaTI 
I moderu achuol. — Short of the abbey a road l.-ading fiiat to the right 
ind then to the left (ttt^r-poatH further up) naceuda the Rorichacher 
Berg, with ita meadowa and oreharda, to the (i/, lir.) St. Anna Bchlooa 
(1886'), with a Romao tower, ban qne ting-hall, chapel, reataurant. wi &ae 
view over the whale lake, with the Vorarlbeit:Mts. and theRhstlkon chain. 
To THE Uabtisstobei, Asr UOTTEi.iBCHi.ass and back, 31ir». Railway 
to 8*. ntr« |we p,fi9]. Below Ihe Halion we take the road to WTt^nrnhrew- 

BOLACH. J- Si>aU 11. 83 

B17 on the left), deeeend Uie higbmid, 

Beiden lOid into tbe Uartinstobel, tl 

by theiranUirtiiibiidsc(l(>0'hi)[b). Hore.m mu uegiDaioKonue men ccm., 

Vav moak Notker cumpneed Uh 'Media viia in morte Banaa', upon Beebg 

■ ■BM.-B. ucideotslly killed. BeyoDil Ihe bridge no ascend tbe road Co the 

left to WnttJ-eiFBen (1O8O'; SchiHe], and tlienoB deiiOTnd ilie (iBlJach road 

pond lo tEe rirht to the M6ttoli«ohIOBH. A modern mmor-houia now 
Btanda alongaidB the aucient strongholil. View from the platfotni. Back 
to Earechach thtongh the WxQials ('/« ht.|. — To Tubaoh, aniid fmit-tceei, 
and the (1 Jir.) fluAefterff (litiO'; reataurint). or 10 the (H/, hr.) Olitaburg 
neiir Bteinach (reataaiaut), both with beautiful Tiewa (from XOrtehvia is 
ia-46 min., see p. M). — By the 'Olwre Wee', with line viewa, to (1 hi.) 
■Wylen (good inn), near the Duke of Parma'a chlteau of Wartega, with 
ita beantiful park. — TiS Stood to [H/, br.) the chSleau of Wemtmry, 

U. From Schaffhansen to Zuricli. 

a.. T1& EsUsau. 

!» M. Swiss Fidibal RATi,w«r in 1-1'/, hr. |7 fr. 85, 6 fr. 66, 3 tr. 60e.). 

Schaffhavaen, see p. 22, The line skirts the Oasino Promenade 
(lo the right, on a higher level, the German line to Wnldalmt, see 
p. 82) and soon approaches the Rhine 1 'f, M, Neuhauaen (Swiss 
station; p. S5), The lino after threuding a short tunnci below the 
village oi Ifenhansen aflbrds a Sne *Tiew of the FaUs of the Rhine 
lo the left. Beyond a second tunnel the train qnita the river and, 
for a short distance, ruQS through Baden territory. — 4 M. AUen' 
burg, station for the Ztlrich village of Eheinafi, which lies 1'/, M. 
to the S.E., on a peninsula of the left bunk of the Rhine. On an 
island in the river i.s the former Benedictine abbey of Bhemau, 
founded in the 8th or 9th cent., and now a lunatic asylum. 

5 M. Jesteifen, with an old castle, and (T'/j M.) Lotlstetien are 
both in Baden. — Reerossing the Swiss frontier, we descend to 
(9V,M.) Rafx and {11 M.) HUniicangen-WU, and cross the deep 
valley of the Rhine by an iTiipostng viiidnct (600 yds. long; height 
194') to (12'/, M.) EgllBan (1289'; rail. resUnrant), junction for 
the BSIe -Stein -Win tcrthur line (R.5). On the right banb of the 
Bhine lies the little town of Eglisau, long visible from the train and 
situated at some distance from the station. — H'U M. Glaitfelden. 
— 16V»M. Biilaoh (1787'; pop. 3239; Kopf; Kreuz) where the 
"Winterthur line again separates from the Ztlrich line (p. 17). — 
19 M. Niedergtatt (1401'; branch-line to OtelEngen-Wettingen, see 
p. 19); 20'/, M. Obeenlatt. 

Bianeh-liDi! to (T U.) Xiedfrnytningen , \ih (» M.) DieUdivr (1410'], 
IV, M. helow the ppettily situated old town of BOEODBberK (i026'i 
Krone), on tbe E. spur of the lAgcriihurg (p. 19). The old cw^te 'w ^o* - 
■n inititiition lor Iwys of weak intellect. 

The line skirts the Gla/i. SS'/* M. iittiiilang ; '2\ ■».. GVa«.- 
imgg; 2b'/,M. Oa-lik<m. Tience to (29 M.') ZUricH, aa^;-*-^*- 

BAXoatm-^ Sv/itzvtlaai. afiUi Edition. % 


b. Ti& Wlntorthnr. 

H>l. U. Swim yiDiHiL RAii.inr in l>/i-:Vi bn. (rim 9 ft. 40. t ti. 36, 
i f r. 30 0.). 

From Schaffhannrn to <i M.) Neuhaiuifii (Swiss ntition), see 
p. 33. Thv liDG divcrgra to tbi- li'ft frnm that viii E(>:tisua, padaea 
through It liiDg cuttinj;, and rroasca Ihp lihHnfidl-BrUi-be (p. 26), 
affording a i^-limpso of the rapiila to Ihp ri^bt. It thi-n Ihreade a 
tnnnel undiT 5'cWu** Laiifeii. 

3 M. Daotaen (i295'; H.-.t. Wii^i^-. Ufa 12 rnid, to the S. 
o[ Ki^hloss Laiift'H (comp. p. 26j. .\a the train jirurceds it atfurds 
)ili;aaing views iif the biniah-grcrn Khinc in it^ dt«|i and nurruw 
channel, enclosed bv wooded bnnkN. 

5V. M. Afartkalen. Before rio'/, M.. Andelflngen |1328'; 
l<Owe), with its old cs»llc and ({aily puiiili-d ehurch-tover, we 
iroaa thcrAur.— 13M. Ilcngffaii ; It H. Ifettlini/en. The vine- 
cliid slojiesuf A'e/)'«n&a''.A,toUieri);ht,pradare the best wines inN. 
Switieriaad. If car Winlerthnr upens the broad rallev of thf Tom. 

18"/, M. Winferthiir, and thence lo t3h'l,il.\' Xurirk, see 
pp. 54, 53. 

12. Zurich and its Environs. 

rnvuilM, who arc not idiuitted lo the pUtforni, di-|H>sit luiuaKC in th* 
waiting-hall, whence it iu oonveycd to Ihe train In- tli" inilwiiv-iioiten 
(up to 4.IIIIH. SI), 4(>-»01hH. (Wc). MuburlHn HtitlrmH fcic tlir railwa)-! 
nn the lufl and r^ht hanks of the lake, mi' n|i, 4r>. 4T. Siitiuu fur th* 
UutliljorK anil ftililtil line, sec ]>n. II, ib. - Steunboata >Urt from Ih* 
[Jttrkli-Platz (PI. E, 4). thoThoB(er-?lnti (1>I. I>. fi). Hi" Sri-r.'ld Qimi (Klana- 
ntnOt; PI. II, a), an<t tlin ZflrirLhorii (PI. ,\.il). 

Hotsli liHtmn. p. xxi). BtthbLakk: '(Ir.llM. Ibiur im IticiPl.t: 

R, 3), ill) hp.l« from », B. i'/-,. '- »■ l>- «. f. '">"> »>''■. «'"' K*rdan[ 

•m..lfju. Jilnnaii Lacm-<«t: 11,6). IW l»il« from H, It. V'/t. ■" >> D- >, 

' V. fiKin III U.; IfM. MuOtr-ii IPI. a; 0, t], near Knze »lntj.>n <■•. M), 

■Jb IhhIh fmii 4, 1'. (niu 111 fr. 

Ih TitK TnwKi *.'{nr»tf Hatet ISiwr f« I'KIn (PI. t; P, 3), Psrade-Vlati, 
1Gal>i«tiirrr.iiifl,]|. iVt.!'-:, U'U, 1'. frnm:!ll{r.:*C'»u//.rfi'f(l-l.h;U,S). 
Kihl-tilr., nil IiHh from Wf. B. IVi, L. or I), !, P. fnim It fr. : *Hlite llalH 
(PI. el ; F, <), S), Balinhef-Hlr. 41, 100 bcda from S, R :, L. or II. *), P. 
fron II fr.; H«fa^ri</ii» (Pl.y; II, S, 4], Honteniciuisn 1:1, li:> bedo, with 
ttaxUBrant MetiRcrbrliu (p. SO]) lAmmathof IPI. a ■,»,*), I.iiniuat-Onmi, 
W> bcdH from *%, R. l*f(, I^ or D. 5, I', from fr.: Schiff^. Linnat- 
Qual M; Jura (HI. J ( U, 4). Limmal-Hnai, 30 boda fiom 4, 1). S, L i. D. 41^, 
l>. from lOtc; GoldiicrSteTn[¥\.n;K,6\ Fmei'.kL-aHanI, SS bod> frora 
Sfr.; ;feime(l'l.he;F,4),nnden-P]atil, £U bedt f rum .1, 1'. from Ti/, fr.: 
ilc(Ai.r(Pl-«; 1*, *, 5|, 30 beds; Pfauat [Pl.t; Re), Ileim-PUti, liTiada 
from il>/, fr. — 'Glockeiihor (PI. O, 3j Piotoitant hoHlel), »0 heda from 
■f/,, 1!. 1=/,, L. 4, D. B, P. from 1* (r. ; AuytuilinKrIuyf (Prole-tant hoatai: 
VI. I, P, »), St. Peter-Sir. B, B3 beda from *'/„ P. from 7'/, (r. 

Hk»b thr HTATiOH! t&T.-Bdt. FJctoHa (PI. c; 11, 3), lan bed> from 
8, B. i'/,, L. !, D. 9, P. (com *0 fr. ; -Qr.-Het. National (PI. d ; H, »), 
IbO beda from a, 1). i'l,, L. R'/t, D. S, P. from IT (r; •IlAt. Habig-Rayci 



e, p. from 

P. from 14^., govi; Tieino (PI. t; H, i), Benteiig&sge 9, 37 beda from 
3</i, I>. S>/| fi-i J10HaI)[l^Si»lp^on (PI. ai; H, 3), 90 beds, X^kuT (VI. ta\ 
H, 4), 60 beds, sood, both in the SchUtieDgsase, K. tcDin 4>/„ L. or D. 
4-BL-.; Ji6u2a (PI. at; H, 3) SchUtisngaasc 3, S5 bcda fiom 3 fr.; Stadthof 
(PI. n; H, 3, 1), 6J beds from 4'/,, L. or D. S fr. ; BrUnig (PI. i; H, 4), 

{use 1 (PI. H, 3}, 3&beds (rem p, L. 

In the Esvironb: 'Dolder Orand-Hetel, on tbe ZUricbbarg [p. 43), 
of the voiy firal dus, IM beds from 8, B. *'/.. !>■ 8, D. 10, P. from «) ir., 
matHT-ca.! from the Cenlril SUtion in S min., 3 fr. per sentj 'mt-PeHI. 
Waldhaus- Voider (p. 4S), 90 faede from 5, B. i, L, 0, D. ?, P. tram 15 fr. 
30. BoraienbeTg, on the slopea of tbe ZUriiibbere, with reetau- 
X (eo beda, P. from 13 fr.) ; DoldiirbUTg, on the ZfirichborK, 
om la fr. : Belvoir-Fark, near the pirli of that name (PI. B, X ; 
11 oeus, 1-. .rom 13 fr.); Forluna, MIUileb»oh-^tt. B5 (PI. D, Oi 25 beda, 
P. from II fr.); ffeptun, Seefeld-Slr. 15 (PI. D, 8; 35 bods, P. from 11 fr.); 
VOia Steraumke, Hooh-Str. 37 (Pi. I, 6 ; 30 beda, P. from la fr.) j Tieftitait, 
fJteinwiGS-Str. 8 (PI. F, 8; 37 beda, P. from li &.); Florhof, Plorbof- 
jTBsae i (PL. Q, 5; 30 beds, P. from li fr.); SiUtirlhatn, Ebcl-Str. M, 
oppoaite tlie Dolder Puk, 5 min. from the trimwiy atop it tbe ehurch 
ol^lUDtcrn (line 5, f. St; 3S beda, P. from 12 fr.): Delphm, Uoblebacb- 
Str. 89 (PI. D, 6; 25 beds, P. from 10 fr.); Jieaa-Site, Dufonr-8tr. 40 
(PI. C, 1), 5; 23 beda, P. from llfr.)[ BaerKotlT, Hntten-Str. M (PI. K. 
ti, G): Sclimdsberg, Scbmeliharg-Str. IB |Pi. 1, 0: 30 beds, P. 

Zintli, Lgwen-Str. 38 (Lawen-Plsta, PI. H, 8; P. from 10 fr.| ; 

llleicherweg5(Pl. E, 2, 3; ISbedt, P. ttoa »(i.). — SiatalorlumLebaidige 
Kraft, ueir the Waldfc«ua Doldcr, 53 beda; Kurhaua Zurickberg (210o'), 
Orelli-titr. il, 15 min. from the trimwoy-atalioD of FlDDlorn (Ko. 5, p. 30; 
BO beds; tempcrnow). 

„._ 'U.1..1...C.. ".. /..^ below); TonluMe 

honiio. 43); Bdmir (p. 37): 'Orxini, Z'unfthaui stir Waag, both in the 
Manslerhof : Safffan, Halhaun-lluii 21, old./aahioned ; BoMwrt, Sohifflinde- 
Ftsti^ in; Ziiimerkalen. Hathiua-Onni 10. — Beeb also at the Sropf. In 
(tnBson 10 (P). F, 3, * ; good) ; Melngerbrd^, at tho hotel of that name ; iitr,^^^- 
hiif, AnguBtiner^aiBeS: BUtw. FaJme, with beor-eardeo, MHueteigaBso 4; 
FraiaialMner, Eomer of SlUsaibof stait and Niederdorf-Str. ; DrtihUchmiiBi 
(t>l. K. :i), with garden on the LimmaC — Wine. Vi^iner ifeller, Scbltlaael- 
gasso K. noar SI. Peter'a; Schveebeli, Limmat-(tna[; Aej-relkam mer WUett 
wiuf-restauraDt in Zllrich], Bindermarlct 12; Pe^er, Waaggaaae 4; Wal- 
ligirr IVeinaiabe, Weingaasc 5, near the Limmat-(tuai, - Veoctahtak 
SESTAnnAHTH. VegetaHerheim, Bihl-Str. !S; Thalyiia, Holbein-Str. 2b. — 
Tbmi'Bm.bci: KESTitWAjiTO. Kwhaut Z/iiichberg (aeo above); Karl der 
Groste, Kirchgasae 14; Blaurr Seideiihof, SeideDgaeso 7; OHviiibaum, 
Stadolhofer-Slr. 10. 

Caf^s. Caf(dela Terraatt, Oileon, Itotb Sonnen-Qnai; det Baaijuet, 
Habnbof-Str. 70; Jfrieropoie (see above) ; Wieiier Cafi, Babuhot-Str. 81 ; 
Or. Caff, Budega, on the ground-floor of the Urania (PI. Q, 3; p. 38); 
SpUiidid, Qcatengaase 11 ; Palace, HeamUble-Quai, near the Central Station. 
— Oonfeotionen. Maguenin, Babahof-Str. 38 (see above); Sprllit^i, 
Parade-Pi a t! : fi. Ueyer, Bahnhof-Plalz ; Serrcnt, Gottfried KeWM-Sta.-*-, 
Wejipl, UahnW-SIr. 83; SaUensperger, R&mi-Sli. aa. 

BatbB- SwimminR-batha in the lake at the Bto.Q,aa.\ 1,¥\. Vij>>ii "i^* 
BOrkli.Plati (PI. E, 4), and the Mylhen-liuai (PI. B, W, -, in ft>e ■U.m-"'**- 

Dt Ilir Rti.ltU>II.-4u>i m. v.. V. 4 null thr [*iit.-rrT MDhIit«_|m. H, 4). 
All II..1-1'. pxB'iil nt the Bliikli-I'lHlT, nrp (..r bi.ii.i. iba Bnnn of 
tbl^ci. Hot Batnh: Milhlrhwh tiaiht, MtthMiach-Ktr. K (n.D,<l}i 
JtlMli-aa—' /*((A*. ou|K»itB (he l'ri'd>i:rr-Kitislir I'l, ((, H-, JHerbwg. 
Iluttfrir<l Kellei-Str. S, Htidi-lhofer-Pliti rpl. >:, hi. 

PoitftTelecrapb Office (PI, Ii,K,«;, Kiii>]>1.'iv<ik«.. Twntj btunb- 

vlHcea. AH pwt offluw >ic nprn on F^iin. rroBi in I'l It i.b. 

Otlba. Muma Cam fererv S min. «f vilDnir )'■ c. ; 90 Ha. at Innug 
16 0.}: within the town nr to Kflnuht, KDwblikoi). m Sccbub, 1 fr. np to 
400 matni (4ln vdo.), BTciy lOUn. noK Wc l>h>iili-H an aUittoul cbvR« 
olHi'Vo, It iitebl (iriii.m. KNi<y^ — TjiiuirrKK llouaCui (miir 
Imln. nt wKittng lOc): S^Jm. 1 tr, ovny l»ir. inurs 10 e.; U ui|tit or 
njihill 100 "/a eitrt. 

Tramwaya (fare iO-Sii c). 1 IwhiW boirda). rH«>;ii-anMN(^ £, » 

Junctigu with line 7), g«e-Stri«Re .PI. 1), l.',B, A, 1. 2., UMtMeAR SbUton 
(u. MJ, nnil jrarjrffl(aJ(be;<iRilPI.Al,!). -Sfmrj hi.trdi). tttalp(p.4l>l, 
enrgicltl (hcvnnd PI. D, R), BellgrDC-PlIli .PI. K. S). Vtnia-PMa (P). 
V, 3), Sihl Bridge (PI. 6, t), Uirien-EtraiH, HardiiH (eftr bouadtn-; 
licyond PL 0, 1], ind AlUtettm [pp. 10, 8Uj. - 3 (ercD bsaiirt. Hturiid 
(bej-oui PI. G, 1), ContrsI Station (PI. H, 3i, Pfnu™ l PL F, O, fc«»lAll« 
(beyond PI. D, i>i, and mmtrltof (beyond Fl. ¥,. K). — 4 (rfolM boarda). 
TieTeiihTtHmen (beyond PL B, fli p. \1). B.-IIerui -Plata (PL Jt, B), Halnluiu 
(PL H. *], Central Station (PL H, \), Ijminat-Struue IPl. K, ■), and Haril- 
SiroM,- (Nord-BrSckeJ. — 5 (brown buardu^. fre'j'i-f" •••>»« ixioiwij-trou. 
ivKi beyond PL 6, 1), Piiode-Pliti (PL F, 31. B.llr'vua-KMa (K. E, 51, 
Ptaucn (PL F, r,), Platte (FL (Jr. H. i>). an.l >Vui.f«rn ChurA (berond PI. 
II, U]. — e (yellow boirdi). XariM-StraniK (beyond PL Q, 1), OcDtial 
Station (PL H, 9), Polyleebnio (PI. H, Si Plalte. ami >7h»««™ Ollire*. -- 
7 (blaek boarilBj. SdiainiaHMr Slratie (beyond PI. K, 4), WelBb«n.Btn«e 
(Fl. K,l), Centra! Station (Pl.H, 3). Pirade-Pl.iti (PL P, 8), TmoulStram 
(PL B, 2). in.t XEim^IKi (beyond PL I), 1], L'Oln'! on on Su. to Jlbitgaai 
(bByDnd¥l.C,l).-'8<redbosrdBl. IIflj<JiuH»(PLV,*), Paiale-Flati (PL 
V,t), Selnan Station (PI. P, i, 2], StsiilT«ober-Sir, (VLC}, 1), Teld-Stnate 
(buyond PL I, I), MilitHc-Str. [PL I, H, 1.21. >n<l CWitnil ilJMtfM (FL H, 3). — 
ft (yellow boarda). iaii«iia(p-H'>merAnf (bevonil PL E, «), Fbiuii, BeUarnis- 
Flali. anil Bnqe Station (PL G, Q, S). - - 10 (»)iito bonrdaV Tlefeiibnanitn 
(p. 471, Ballevae-PUti (PL E, 6). Pirailc-Plali (I'l. P, 3), Cantral Station 
(PL II, 8), Pulyteclmic (I'l. II. 6j. and th.> l/lnl Iiii-frM fJaOe Trammy 
(beyond Pl.K, 6j »ce belowi. — II iv.;tli>n bimnla). fi7unilnl=, Hettinger 
NtrwtiK (PI. V, t), Ifaneu (PI. 1'. IM. Oenlral Station. Uainat-atnna (PI. 
K, S), WipkiDgeD, and HAnw(beyond PL K.t1.--KDpi,ieBeiitair linea: 83 
(brown boardal. Hduiffhautiir StnUKC. I'enlrid fltutiOB. Slhl-Urtake, Uarien- 
SlraBHe, anil iJun7au.~a3(Krc«nboar<l»). Jtmi/irlfi, Xreniplata, Bellavuc- 
platx, Limioal-Onsi, (.'entral Slatlou, Parade-Flali, TDud-Straue, and 
Morgenia}..— 94 (vtoh-t bnania). J/HHclKf, Fniya-Btraaae (btyond Pi.O, 1), 
Hilil-Brllckp, Pnriidr- Plate, Bvllevuv-Flati. Platte, anil i^M«i9knJc (PL H.ej. 
— NimCBBii LiiBw. Ctentni(JMrieAlimrXirHi!.-)-Brndo.PUIi(Pl.F,9], Ituai- 
Bracks (FL E. 4), Ueiniidata(I-L P, D), Pfaltcdl. D.ll. m, PlaatanCbnreb.- - 
■Irasiisnd UU>-hbu«ktoOailikaii[p.it3;lTnlB.r.tlieDerlotliBN.toSpebaeli 
and (JlnttbiHKg (tO c.) and E. to SehwuncnillnKen (IS o.l. — J^miHae YaHea 
(p. JS), SehUercn (p. 10; braneh Eo Weiningen), and Diolikon (p. 19; 50 c). 
OabloTramways. Bslinli«f-Brl)cke{I1.II,4)andPnlytrchnie(PLI3,&), 

Bemerhof (aee'above, Voh. 3, ») to the Waldhana Doldnr [p. SI 
.., j.i „ .1..-.. sn ........ t — an -.^-Jiigl DitlHct f.'r'-'- -- 

tlia tBrminnH of tbe tiimway No, 10 (nee above) io the Geniiuila.SttaBiB, 

UaUberg H 


Bt«am lAunohM ('Daniptsctiirelbeii' 
town ■bout eiery i/, hr. on the inner ro , 

routs (fiiea 10-60 t; oiroolai trioa I-S fr.). Stitions on the right b 

BflrHi-Kote (BaJoiJwf-Str. ; PI. E, 4), TWeoWe (PI. D, 6) Udhiati- 
Straue (PI. C, B), ZflrtcftJWrn (PI. A, 6), Ttefenbrtmnen. ZoUikoti, and 
XtonaeAt. Stitioni on th« left Innk : BarkU-Plat! (Bak-ntKf-StT.), Mpai- 
Qaai |P1. D, 3), WoUi^uiffn, MOnchhof, Ben^ikon, RBaehlHton, Ludre- 
tikim, ind T/udiBO. 

Motor LaimohoB acaording to agrEfinont. — Howing Boata 1-3 fr, 
pel hour. — SaiUnK Soatn i-i fi. pec hour; baiImB,n 3 fr. pec hour. 

Thaaties. Stadt-Tluater (PI. D, 6|, Uto-Ouii; performincei from 
Sent, let to Mijc Sist. Pfaaen- Theater [PI. F,6), HfiimpUti, comediee uid 
dramas. Corio-Theater (PI. E, b), TheBter-StrasBe, vaTietr perfDrmancea, 
operettas. — Urania (PI. (J, 3), a public obBerviiory. with a lower ISO" in 
heighl (lift) ind a laige leleeoope (splendid view), adm. V,fr., at night 
(till 11 p.m.) 1 fr. 

PDpul&rReaoita. TcinAnite [Fl. D, E, 3 ; p,$e). Alpen-^uai, withcafc^- 
reetauranl, eonoerli daily at 3.30 and 8 p.m., in the ball ol (in fine weather) 
in the garden (1 fr.}. — Bdvuir Park (PI. B. 1). with reetaurant; entrances 
in tbe See-Straase, in Ibe Lavaler-Str., and en the Uythcn-I^uai, — 
The Waid, on the Kllfeiheig, 1 he. to the N.W. of the town; tramway 

inM m?n. to the rtalau rut," with ohamf^'view™ l°he t*o"a, lake mi 
Alps. — Gomp. also pp. 13, U. 

PnotO(iBiPnToMiTEKi>i.B. K'ienaae<«(7o„B>hnhof-Str.61;CariFr<»'n. 
Bahnhof-Str. Bi; Goahawk (Kodak). Obere Bahnhof-Slr. 31. 

Enquiry Offlos, Urania-Slr. 7 (PL G, 31; weekdays B-12.30 and 
1.30-6 (rcading-rODni). — Tourist Agontfl. Thos. Oink A Son, Pran- 
nmnster-atr. !, BBrkli-Plati (Pi. E, 4: eieureioos by motor-ear, carriage and 
Hteanier); AmtrieanExpreiaCo.,BibDbot-8ti.19; Kii<ml,liihDhof-F\i.tz1. 

BngUsh OhuToh. St. Andreufi Church ('Engl. Kap.', PI. E, 6), 
Hohe Promenade (tramway-lines 3 and £• to P/auen. PI. F, 0). 

Golf Coim«(e holes), near the Dolder Qrand-Hitel (p. 43| ; per day B, 

BritiHh OonBul-Oenei^, Emcil O. B. Kaxae, C. X. O., Bahnhof- 
Str. «0. — United Slates ConBul-G-anepal, Ocorge U. MuTvhy, Gcrber- 
gasse a (PI. H. B). 

TimSB of AdmisaiOD. ATchmologieal OoUectUiH (a, 41], Tues. & Fri. 
2-4 or 5; 50 0. — OentraZ Librar-i Id. H). weekdays 10-12 & (except Sat.) 4-6, 
.nMon.SThurB.2-6, 60c,on 
. __ ... „ . 9), weekdavi in summer 6-18 
itaii,K)rchgaKsel3:orgaD-rodtalonMon.6.Tp.m.,lfr.;. — Eunst- 
itunn 11.. .u), 10-li.30 i 1.30-4 ur 5 (olosed oo Moo. morning), adm. I'/j fr., 

free on Wed. afternoon and on Sua. — Zaii* 

Sun. lO-ia a Wed. 8-4, 8 fr. on Tiiee., Thura., I 

duatriai Art {^. it), lO-li&S-d, adm.iOc. free in the afternoon and on Sun. 
—SiBiMKationaiMuieumlp.H), 10- IX & 2-4 or 5 (closed on Hon.|, adm. I fr., 
free in the afternoon and on Sun. — Zootogieat Muieum (p. 41]. adm. 50 c. 
oo Tues. & Thors. 2-6 (in winter 1.30-6), free on Wed. & Sa^. 2-6. On public 
holidays all the mneeuniB and galleries are elosed. 

Zurich (1350'), the capital of the canton and the largest and 
moat important tovn in Switzerland, with 207,161 inhab., lies at 
the N. end of the lake, on the rapid green lAmmat, which divides 
it into the 'GroiK Stadt' on the right, and the 'Kidne Sladt' oo. 
the left bank. On the W. aide Sows the SM, mam^t^xfk. vt.w<;/^ 
in spring, which falls into the liniiiiat at ttie ^YaV.i&fftW. V?. *''^"l' 
Zflrich ia ono of tbv baaml manofactttving Xowna iii ftic tofW**! ' 


38 '. Sovta /t, ZCBICH. 

Bilk is thr staple produRl, but Ihp PoKiin-inill:'. marhim-vorks, and 
iron -foan dries arc likewisi' iniporlmit. 

Luuatrinc lemiini prore thul tlii- •'itP of Ztlridi «h OKBpM in 

C historic timFB. In 68 B.C., aftfr thp lalllp if Bilnnote, from Cdtis 
tificslioni OD the Llndenhot (»p hplon) snnr tlis Ki.uiid TttricMWL. Zmlcli 
oired ilB pKHjwntT in Ihe pulv miildlp brpi to th>- favnur of th* Culo- 
vingiiDB. In 1«ie b free tuwii, TMf It Jninpil I'ci inil Behwri. ud In 

ZOrieti w™the rn"lleot"»l''leBiler of TTitiprlind. ' A^ IhJ bone of J^digU 
(p. 3V) it HUB thr focuii of thr RrfamiBtion. anil itn Bcli^ioli b*Te for enit- 
utIpb BPnt forth men of diatinction. - The toirn ha- Ix'eii •lividtd Into eight 
ilwltiitB; x.liinereaindt: i. EHge.W-mah-fr,!. Lflmharh-.S.Viedlkon; 
i. Amacr-Slhl; a. iHiiaalrU-Qi'aHinr; 1. lUilrrrh':-'. Ohrrftniii. mji- 
kinfitn; 7. Fliinlerii, HatUngen, nppi-r part uf Jlinlauien; 8. lower 
part of J/irafaiiirn, Kirabarft. 

la tlie Bahhhof-Flatz (F1. H. 3j ii fi'iinluin with *, brooie 
Btatne, by KlBslinp, of Dr. Alfrett En'-hir lA. 18.S3i, the atateaniBii 
and pioneer of the St. Gotthanl llailn-ay, uaa rr.'cled in 1889. 

The Bahnhlf-Steabne fPl. H-i:, 3i. the ehiif Ihoronghfare of 
the town, leads tu the S. to lh» lake. On Ihe rif[bl, in the Llnth- 
Escher-Halz (PI. H, 3), is the Liiitk-Et,hfr-S--li„le with t, statne 
of Pestalozzi by Ri.;gwart (189^ ; on the left, the Urania (p.37).— 
Slde-Btreeta lead to the left to thn shiidv Lindenhi.f (PI. G, 3, 4), 
the Bite of the Rom II n caatnim and of the imperial palace (ue above), 
183' ubove the Liiiiniul; tn the late-Gothie Auffuttiniaa Church 
(PI, 6, 3), now used by the Old CatholicB; :ind to St. P^er'$C3tttreh 
(PL ¥, 4), where Lavster (d. 1801) was |inslor for 23 years {gniTe 
on the N. side ; on the tower, a large eleetric clorb, with a dial S9' 
in diameter). 

The BCnKLi-pLATZ (PI. E, 4), on the lake (band in snmmer un 
Snn. 10.30-11.45 a.m.), with gardens and (he Ceiaer Fountain, 
named after the donor and deHigned by Brilllinann (1918), is ad- 
joined by a terrace; to the ri)[ht is the »teariiboat-qnay, to the 
left the Qnai-Bracke. *View across the lake of the snow-capped 
Alps: to the left is the broad Glumisch ; at the bark of the LIntbtal 
rise the Bifcrtenstock and the Tndi, in front of these the Claridcn ; 
then the donble-pcaked Scheerhom ; in the furesronnd the Mjthen ; 
farther to the ri^rht the two Windgiillcn and above the depression 
between the Kaiscrstock and the Ross-Stock rises the sharp pyramid 
of the Bristenatock ; above the Albis to the left of the Detliberg 
appears the Uri-Eotsfoek and, farther away, the Engelberg Alps. 

The Alpes-Quai (PI. D, 3) aiid its eontinnation the Hyteen- 
QcAi (PLC, S), with pleasant promenades, skirt the lake to the right, 
extending to the Bel/vmr Park (p. 37). Near the beginning of the 
qnay, to the right, is the Tinthalle (restaurant, see p. 35 ; coneerta, 
see p. 37). In the promenades ia n marble roHut of Dr. A. BGrkli 
(1833-94), the engineer of the qnays. Above the &ngc atdtion rises 
Kngt Chuxch (1892-94), with a dome and a detached campanile 


dran-Xtttder. ZOBICH. I. Boutati. 39 

(Hdm. EO c). Qnjtenesr ie the VUla Rieler, toTmetlj'Weeeaioaei 
(PI. B, 1), Inhabited frcm 1857-59 by Richard Wigner (no adm.). 

To the E. of the Bflrili-Platz the Qiial>Bruake iPl. E, 4), 
coBstrncted in 1883, crosses the Limm&t De^r its issae from the 
labe. Belov (he bridge is the Bamchame (restaurant), a small 
pentagonal island, shaded vith trees and connected b; a bridge 
with the Stadthaia-Quai, on irhieh stands the large Central Pott 
Office, with its high oloclr-tower. Next to it U the Tovin Bail 
(PI. P, 4), adjoining the Fran-Mil nater-Kirche, in Gothic atyle. — 
On the right bank of the late also promenades (Ulo-Quai and 
Seefeld-Quai) lead past the Stadt - Theater (PI. D, 5) to the ZOrich- 
hom Park (BO min.; p. 43). 

The next bridge below the Qnai-Bracke is the fonr-arched 
M^Dster-Br^cike (PI. F, 4). Adjacent ace the Ih-au-MttvMer- 
Eirche, of the 12th cent., restored in 1912, on the left bank, and 
the former Wasaer-Kirche (1479-84), now a warehouse, on the 
right bank. The bridge with these two cbnrcbes and the &rosa- 
Mflnster towering abore them form a pretty picture ot oldZHrich. 

The Romaneaqne Gross -Miinster (Fl. F, 4), to which a flight 
of steps leads, was creeled in the ll-13th centuries. The upper 
stories of the towers are Gothic, and in 1799 they were crowned 
with helmet-shaped tops with gilded Boweis. On the W. tower is 
enthroned Charlemagne (he is said to have fonndcd the chapter 
school). In the N. transept is a aimple monament to Che BSrger- 
ijieister Waldmann, who was executed in 1489. Adm. and organ- 
recitals, see p. 37. The cloisters (early 13th cent.), restored in 1851, 
are shown by the porter of the adjacent girls' school, in the gronnda 
of which they are now enclosed. 

On theS. sideof the Wasser-Kirche is a bronze atatue, by Natter, 
of ZTvingli (PI. F, 4), pastor of the Gross-Mflnater from 1519 till 
his death in 1631 (comp. p. 89). — At the Rathaiis-Brttcke (PI. F, 
G, 4) are the Bathaua, a freestone stmclure of 1698 (in the vesti- 
bnlc, a marble busfcof Gottfried Keller, sec p. 41), and the Mewch- 
halle. Opposite are the Mu»eam (with a reading-room) and the 
Sckneggen CliA. — Farther on, at the Wollcahof, by the Urania 
Bridge (PI. G, 4), is the Peatalosiianum (new building in course of 
conatmctiou), containing the Swiss educational exhibit] on and Peata- 
lozzi's study (open free on weekdays, 10-lS and 2-5). 

From the Quai-Brflcke we ascend the KAmt-Strassi^ (PI. E-H, 
5, 6) to the E., then to the right to the Hohe Promenade (PI. 
E, 5, 6j, an avenue of limes, with the bust of Ndgdi (d. 1836), the 
Eomposer. Beautifal view (best by nioming-light) froni the little 
temple at the end. Adjacent is the Old Cemelery, witVi \.\ic 'E-ng- 
Uah Church (p. 37). 

To thcIettoflieBami-Str., in the HirBChengrabc^iiyVS,^!!^ 

40 I. BonUli. ZURICH. Mmtamm. 

thcIiBJidoltbBna, fDmicrly ■ patrician niHnsJiin. arrupd ik 1B19 
for Ihp Society of Arts an a iiiuSfUin. Ailni., nCf )>. 3T. 

On tho t^BoniD FLonn ire pi''iuTF> nf the i>lil uinatera at woAi of 
tke I«th tuDt., ■DioUK utberH, porlnlta \j J. II. 11'. riocAM* wd Jot. 
Beinriaril, al>u< Kvina [.iclnrw liy lle«j. Vaiilier, KoHt. Orab, A. Wedk- 
etier, Al. IMamr, Fr. Ditlaa. O. Fri:hlirliti: inil Rol: Zaiti. — Ob tke 
Staucair, Zurich |H>i1r>iil>< nf (he IMIi •■enlaij. — fHi the nmFtoOK, 
Tllnalile Hviai ind SaDth Gnniin UohhwiWt lVi.rk ol tiM U-Utta arat; 
dinroh plalf, jevpli, jrnhlcin. riioiurttnl artictr-. — i>p Ihe Mesiid floot, 
Sfflricli pilntiDKH of ike INth rpntury. 

On the Hoimplafz is a nionuiiicnt to tin- proinut'T of folk-iODg, 
lg7iai Heim. (d. 1R80). Here too is ihc — 

*KussthauB (PI. F, 5i, crvctcd in 1907-10 by K. Motr for 
the ZUricli Society ui .Irla. It conlsina a gullvry of pietnm and 
scnlptDTce, 30,0110 cnKraviiigs, a library, and varviog eibibltioiia. 
— Onrato^ Dr. W, Wariniaiin. -\dm., see p. 37. ' 

FnwT Flooi. On thn HtDircine. four lancera and Htc parti of tbs 
panDiamJc palntineK. tlir Hn-ent and Fall, by F. llodUr (ISMJ; deii|ni 
and cartooun sf Ibe unfinlalicil iiictare for the B^rne Frdnil P^aoe, by 
JIbert WelU. To Uio Ivft, in Kouma VII and VIII. warka of nodern 
aad contemnnrary SwliH paintrra! Vino Amiit. Wnr nuri (i. 18I6J, Ed, 
Bou, (Hop. Olat'-Binti, Abr. Hfr-taitjiit, Alex, nianrhtt, Ed. Valitt, 
Baju mvffitryger. I-aiil Bi-lmer, llrrm. lluhtr, Willy IlHmmeL Blgitm. 
Btfiliiti, Ilffliiatr, Alfr. JMtrotn (il. ViW; E. O. KBraff. Fritz Wtdmanu, 
Emit WSrlinhrraer, and othrm. — In 1(1001 IX mndi-ni Fmob paintais: 
Oft. Camoiii. H. B. C'roni, O. Prietz, A. aitUiaomiH. JAirfs LoHrmeiH, 
aarijiKt, Itanmin, Hlanault, Feltx ValloUim. /..jV.I'/ainfBCt. — In the lit 
lariro rooni ta thn rii.'fit : AmoU BlirUiii (n. '!). 'IVar. thi' Arbonr, ^ri^a 

m gL>nptTix, wTtral fanillr jwrtn 
(Ualypan. HelnomcnLO i alto piolnreH bv £. Starlvlbrrii and a portrait 
of Gottfried Keller by Karl NUuiffii^licrit. ■ - in tlir adjolnins cabinet, 
mrka by Allr.rt Wi^Hmta-Wlty. tbo parcntH of tlie artiat, the Demen 
ot Avanen, WatpnrKio Xinfat. Madimna, anil ..them. . ■ Four other rooms 
BODt^n work* liy Mbi-rl Aiitiir, JhiArrt ZHiiJ. Ad. Smhlt, the Zbioh 
animal painter Buil. Kollrf (IBM-IIWS), OllUie IlMrr^tein, Wm. TrUbHar, 
fmnJt SKCAacr [p. :t3l), Olov. Seaantlnl Ip. J31; SaTOKiia girl knitting), 
Aug. liaad-tioey, Fdlx ValloHoa, ami Baph. B"' 

On Ibe tJRCOBU F1.0OR an eiamplua of all f 'frc ._. 

periodH, auKinit them mastcruiecea like tlic Day (fu _, , 

lite Truth (lln,! composition, lHOi), oarloon for the Retreat after Uiri 
icnan'i (p, IS), Unanimil; [1S13), the Kong froni Afar (1906, iooomplete), 
Ihe Haored Hour (lullj), Proegaaion of WrCBtlera (ISSJj. — In Ihe loggia, 
B walHoon ration in aeven partB, the Fonntaiii nf Youth, by Cuno Amiet, 
and aculptom liy Herm. Holler. — Two xmaller ruoma contain ZUricb 
mattcm of the Hith cent. (Hdmb Atper ami hia pnpila, Joit Ammann and 
iron* J.^1) aa nil a» portraits or tbe ITtU and IDIb i-tat. by Bembrandt 
(atndy ot a head). Alb. Cayp (young man), jlHf. Orafflp. H), fl. Bigatid, 
J. B. W. Titchbel», J. if. J. Wyrtch, AnacHai KaiilTmanH [a. SWI, 
and Beinr. Flittli. 

The University building (PI. G, H, 5), by Oirjel and Mo»sr, 
was complftcd in 1914. It hai two main winga connected by a 
massive square tower. Tbe Univentity vna fonnded in 1S32 and 
nnmbera over I6OI) atndcnts and ISO profcasors and UctnrerB. 

Tbe Polyteohnio, or Teckniai-be Hochsekide (PI. H, 5), 
designed by G. Semper and erected in 1860-64, nambers over 


3300 stndenta and 130 prolesHors and lecturers. The sgrafllto de- 
corations of the N. facade were executed (roni Seaiper's designs. 

lagicai CoUection (uuta, Oreek yaecs, lemcotUa ^om Tanagra, eto.; 
Ma., tee p. 97| and the fine Collection of Engravinga (ca. 60,000^, — 
The cnsIodiiiD gbows tbe ^uJa, on the seciind floor, witb osiling uaint- 
ingi b; Bin of Pane, and coudncis visitois to the Teerace on the top of 
the bnHding [best -Burjey of the town and environa). — In the Zoological 
Mmeum (adm. aee p. SI) the fauua of the Alpe is specially well re- 

Wei., & Fri. «-J, on application to the eustodian. 

On the Sempersteig (PI. Q, 5 ; not far, to the left, the old monaion 
Zum RecMerg, now the TJniycraity Offices) we pass the Ethno- 
graphical Miiseum (adm., see p. 37) and descend to the /Verfiper- 
Kircke, the choir of which now contains the Zurich state archiTes. 
Adjacent is the — 

Central Library (PI. G,'5, 4), completed in 1916 and contain- 
ing the combined libraries of town and canton as well as those oF the 
legal, medical, and natnral bistorj societies : in alt 630,000 volnmeB 
(Swiss history and natural science welt represented), 10,000 niana- 
scripts (dealing Bpeciallj with Swiss history), 100,000 prints and 
engravings (maps, portraits, views). Librarian, Dr. Hermann Escher. 
Adm., see p. 37, 

In the vicinity (PI. G, &, 4) are the honse 'Znm Goldtien 'Winkcl', 
Neumarkt 37, in which the poet Gottfried Keller was bom (1819), 
and the house Is which he spent bis youth, Binder-Markt 9. 

The Plate Promenade {PI. I, K, 3, 4; restanraot) lies to 
the if, of the railway station, between the Sihl and Limmat. In the 
grounds are monuments to the poet Salomon Gesmter (d. 1788), the 
minnesinger Joh. Hadlaub, and the composer W. Bawmgartiier 
(d. 1867). The Plata Promenade terminates in the 'Platzspilz', a 
tongae of land formed bj the janction of the Sihl with the Limniat, 
opposite the Drahtschmidli (p, 35). 

The*8wlaBNatioiial2£uaeum(Xan(ie«-Jliu8eum;PI. 1,3,4), 
an extensive building in the niediasval style by G. Gull (1893-8), 
contains historical and art-indnstrial objects from prehistoric days 
down to the 191h centnry and is the most important collection of 
the kind in Switierland, Specially noteworthy are the many origi- 
nal roonis fitted np with mediseval and Benaiasaace furniture. Ilie 
collection of stained glass (many heraldic panes), distributed through- 
out the various rooms, is unique of its kind. — Admission, sec p. 37. 
Illnstratcd guide, 1 fr. 

Obocud Floob. We enter by the portal in the great tower, to the 
left. In the oorridar, wjndona with heraldic panes: celest^Ll globe 
(I8th cent,) and two lerrcstriil elobes [nih cent.). — Room 1. 'Pre- 
hittoricAntiBuitiee (nnti) es B.C.). Renaina from caves and lake-ilw«V.w%«. 
Model and relic from the Sohweiicrahnd (p. ai: ciacs \ fe «i-, moiB\ Q^ 

lacnetrine villus (bronze period). OravcH at 
niods.— Room £ Roman Remaim (from 50 B 



48 i- FtemUti. ZCKICH. Satiot^mmmm. 

Ibc uenlig, mflde] at x rDini'd Roinin Tilli m I'fifflkon. Oa <h* hm^ 
pillar (c«ii» lii5i. iToty dipl^'h "' the Coi.^ul Ari-ul.iiidui (A.D. CM).— 
S. FjitIii Xidille Agt> t^mi-lf-O). AIcmiBnuii . Bunniidlu, Ina^ni, 
ud Friuhiah remainx, OIijrIh nf thr I'trlmiaitlui )irrl«d (IW-Hni).— 
Jf«fi»rol anij Modrrn Hrrtion. 4. Wwidcii crilinK. <rilh mbbm &«■ 
the New Tf atamCDt (orisioal In the ehnnli i>f Kllli*; nhanl IIW; s.«an. 
FraenipnlHofjllirg. Slnvc lilvi>[l^l>tttePit.!. We nr ' * • 

(arcade, mouldinpa), ett, 

Ornameutal 1>ru'ka fmin St. Uriiui and BrtnuinDMi-i (t»lh cant.]- AnU- 
tcelural frapnonis /torn ZaRiiRM, AII-BBmn. Mc. (la-llth «ent).— 7. 

Reeonnlruetion of a room fmni tli.- Una, su:. Ijth <ii ZBtith (oa. UM). 
Hsiildic antiuuilicH. OliHH-uaiie l:IiridiJ coff.^rn. Shii'M of Arnold Tn 
Brii!nirioniS«vilorf(11Kil-lS»). (lUiK-oiw •:ZOricli irninriil mlHaLUIl). 
~ 8. (>□ the right, GolM<: Cfiaprl. villi arehit.'Clural fTUBgant* M 
tombatODM. Uarred altarn. Puneril haicliiiientK. Tiro 'Pilm-fier (aan. 
p. 10). — ». Cloidtcr Court. Oolbic toBilw. Wt rfturr uddMauaOt 
■tiin from B, S, — 10. Treiutiry (crypt, adiii. Il-lt It t- 1). OoldcB bowl 
with flRnrea of inlmala (UaliHtslt |icnocl; ci«i- ik). 8il,pr tcihI*. OmIU 
gobleta, ets. Chain of Butkoid inter Waldmano (d. Ii8»; .ttf 13). OoUet 
of the refoiiDUr Baltinecr, preiieBted Co him by (^ui'm FJiiiliclh of BocUad 
in 15iW (CUD M). Uedila aud churdi nlvnHila. — 11. 13, 13. OliStohl 
and litters. Kitchen <lTth & ISIli cent.). Large carved caKk (IT41t]. Ja- 
•tiDinenti of torture. — We return to Ihi- proonil-lloiir. 14 (ihOT< the 
ftrypt). (Jouncil (.liiinlwT of the town of UelliuEun (14ii;). Two lim of 
Ztrich (1497). - IS. CloiKterH. Arcadra of the oil! Dnminicui ooDTcat ia 
Znmli (ISIh cant.). *Statned Gliaa nf the r'lid of the llith and bwtaniflR 
of the Kith contnr], 17, 18. Three (lothic •Itoonm from tha hrmer 
Alibeyof Friin-MnuBler,alZnrich (lt8!i-160-0.-19. Corridor. Fnnltoi*: 

Kiintings by Hans Leu and othem.-- 20. LoKgia [with i-ier of thoptik). 
sprodoefion of an early-Ren uiaaance ceiliiif: frmi, Locarno (ISth oent). — 
a. Corridor, with latn-Gothic coffered ceilinn from Arbon (early 16lh cent.). 
Qothie wood-carvinga. Fine atained Klasa. ~ 22. Dimaitary at the old 
Benedictine cooreni of Mnri. — We now ascend to (lie — 

FnsT Ft-OOB. 23. Arbtm liimm, »i1h latr-Oothic ceiling (medallions) 
from the ChUteau of Arbon (ISIA). Colleetioii of ti'ilileH. Table Painled by 
Haiia Uulboin (IMl). Coffers, ete.~24. Lite-Oothicaleovi; from the Lover 
Valais (16th ccnt.].-26. Room from tbii I)omiui<:an niiiinery of Oeten- 
hocA at Zttricli (ISIt). Antependlun from Uebeu (UH(>).~*36. State 
room from the Cma Peataiezzi in Chiavenna (158GJ.~-27. Eenajaaanoe 
room from tha Boaeiibarg at 8tana (]6iki) — 28. Room froiu the chiteau 
of Wim/en near Rorachach <lbB!i).~*29. State room from tie SetdenJiof 
at Zurich, with etova by L. Pfau of Winlerthur (KISO).— 30, 3L Corridor. 
Stained glaaa from the Onwent af HatAaufen. tiDceme. Ranaiuaaea 
furniture and architectural fragmaiita (IGth aud 171h ecnl.J. >LargQ ujeoa of 
GehelioB tapeatry, repreaenting the Treaty of Alliance between Louia XIV. 
and the delegatea of the Swiaa Ckinfederation (IBSS). Veaaela of bronie, 
eoppcr, and pewter f1B-18th cent). — 32. Court. Caned eeiling from 
Nennkireh <16M). Tiled pavemeitt from the Roaenburg at Slans (IfiGO], 
Skcobd Floor. — 33. Gallery. Furniture of the Ifi-nih centnriea.— 
S4. Room from the Winkaried House at Stana, vith coffered ceiling 
(oa. ]W0|,— 35. Corridor. Furniture from the Oriaons (17-lfllh oeut.).— 
36. Small room from the convent at XHiiglfT [Griaona! lliSO).— We 
return to GaUcry 33 and thence enter 37, 38. Furniture (16th and 
17th cent.).— 3B. Boom from Ihc Palain, FeUanda at Biaaca (1587). — 
40, 41. Furniture of the ITth and IBth cent.; coffcra and muaicat inatru. 
BCDtai bllUard-tihlfl in the Bngliali style, -Wo new dmcnd ^lin to the 
— iirt aod to the right enter the— 

nan Floob. 42. Gallery of the chapel. Two doore from the old 
«i« Boom of the Frau-Mansler at Zilrieh (l<>Sd).~'43. Baroque loom 


Bo ante Garden 

LodarmH Hotue it ZOHch (late 1 7tb centOi "ith mythologial 
iim niilii of Fieach kingii. etitesmen, ind generals. 

Brich (1638). — 44. Upper OMjjrf. Eo- 

rtt, ZDrich, etc. — 48. Militirj; nnifoimB o! tlie 
*50. .dmiouTB- Pine hiil with to eitcnsive 
n ofweApoDa. cbieSr f roiu tbc Znricii Arsenil, 

IB Confedctition by topi 


, _ji the wall, freacoeB by 

IS kfter the battle of UsciniaDO. — 51. 
117. — 52. Coiridor, Staineil glass, etch- 

ined-gliaa windows. 

PiAOB. 53-67. CoHtumeH in town-fishiDn. — Tribd Floob. 

The oonrt opening 00 the PUti Promenade contains some old piec«a 
of beavv ordnance.— To the rieht of the naaii tower h the School of 
tnduatAttl Art, containing the Mateum of Induitriat AH (exhibition oi 
modem works of art, changing mouthlr; adm., aee p. S7|, the Library, 
and Beading Boom (adm. ID-I & «>8, Sat. 5-7, free). 

On the riebt bank of the Limmat riseg the Boman Catbolic 
Liebfrauen-Kirche (PI. 1, 4, 5), a handaome basilica in the fioman- 
esqne style, with an isolated tower (adm. 50 c.; thD gallery com- 
mands I good snrtej of the town). 

In AOBeereihl (PL G, H, I, 1, 2), the industrial quarter on 
the left bank of the Sihl are the MUtiary Establiahments of Canton 
Znricb, inclnding barracks and sn arsenal, and the Sildfeld Ceme- 
tery, with a crematorium (adm. 1 fr.). 

The Botanic Garden fPl. F, 2; entrance in the Pelikan- 
Strasac, closed from 12-2) is well-kept and contains busts of A. P. 
de CandoUe (d, 1841), C. Gessner (d. 1565), H. Zollinger, a Swiss 
botanist (d. 1859), and Oswald Heer (d. 1883), the natnralist. The 
Kalz, an old bastion, forms a lofty platform planted with trees. — 
To the N. and 8. of the Botanic Garden bridges cross tbe Schanzen- 
grabenlo Oie Sdnau Station (PI. F, 1, 2; p. 44). 

About SO min. to the S. of the Qnai-Brfleke, on the E. bank 
of the lake (steam-launches, see p. 87; tramways Noa, 4 and 10, 
atation Hornbach-Strasse), is the Ziirlotihoni Park (PI. A,e), with 
restaurant, mountain -indicator, and a fountain in memory of the 
writer and the composer of the Swiss national anthem, Leonhard 
Widmer (1808-68) and Alberich Zwyssig (1808-54). 

On the Z&rioliberg, the broad , wooded ridge to tbe E. of 
Zurich, are the Watdhaua Bolder (p. 35), with a charming yUti, 
and (8 min. farther np) the Dolder Grand-HQtfl (,2QW-, v-'^'^S' 
with an entensive deer-park (adm. 20c. tor slTMi^^eta', ftoft"^^^ 


44 /. tumu t». ZCBICH. 

in 6 niin. ; tramiraj thente (in snmnierrinlvi in 3 min. t« tha fliiij 
HOIcl. Golf course and tennirt curts. AtlrncliTi' walk! mij be 
taken through the imoda to the i'', hr.) t'lti sIit'i hoaw of ijfllii 
berg (210U'; restaurant;', the l^,, hr.) lA-in-iik-pfiimyi rUw), ud 
other points. 

Fartbrr to the X. on the Zflrichticrj:. ab<ive the Bigi QHorltr, 
it the temperance Bigiblir^k Betfanraiif • 19511' . In tkc Tldnl^ 
arc woodland walks and points eummunJin); bvantirul Tieva of tbc 
town, the lake, and the Alps. Tram wav Xo. HI und rablv tnnw»y,iM 
p. 36; tbc restaurant is sitnatvil 3 ruin, ubuve thi; GiTiiiaDia-Strine. 

The tJetllboi^. 

BAII.W1V (fwni the Seliiau Siuliun. }•].¥. I, 2; iMmwar, an B.K 
Ho. 8) In V,hr, [M.;fvEi.t .nK,.eiiil^il in VJil . "^ 

HuTCLs aiD'iiisTH oii the rellilieic: KHihniiii i'ttUbtra, opw 
U>7-0it., IIW beds i. U. :. I- <-i D. K. 1'. fnxu U ft. ; BetSmrmU 
mo-Kiln, begid,' the vii^w-tvwet. - Ab.'ul >/.>>'- >i<.-l<-w tL.' ■uionlt, MU 
the path to znricb (m-t l^loirj: IIAt-lti'i. Ci■•-St<l|r'^ >i beds fna 1, 
D. Si/f V- '"">> H'l, tr.) inrl IIM.-Pcn: Anmil-^.r-j \Vi IkhIii fnm SijL 
P. fiom 10 fr.). 

The *fMliberg 13855'), or Uli>, is tbe nurtbemmoit kd^t 
of (he Albis range. The truin cmsgi-s (he 8ihl and. beyond Zgneh- 
Bint (11)91'), ssecnds the northern slope, at Unit with anew to 
tiie right, tbpn the line passes throu^nh wiwid Ui stution Citifcon- 
Waldeyg (3040'; inn;. The truin describes a long cnni- on the alope 
ot the hill and reaches the terminus i^*>T7',i. Thence, after pusing 
a prehistoric fortification and the Karhana Vetlibcr^. we ascend in 
8 rain, to the summit, the so-called Utu-Kidm. crowned by an iron 
look-out tuwev f98' high; 167 Rteps, adm. 20 r.). The view (pano- 
rama by linfcid), though lesn grand thiin thosv fri>m summits nearer 
the Alps, surpasses theni in beauty. It embraces the Lake of 
Zurich and the valley ot the Lininial: the Alps from the Sentis to 
the Jangfran and the Stockhorn on the Lake of Than, with the 
Rigi and Pilatns in the foreground: tu the W. the Jnra; to the N. 
the Feldberg and Belchen in the Blaek Forest, and the Toleanic 
peaks of the HOhgau. Woodland gruunils with nnmerons benches 
snrround the hotels. 

Footpath to tbc Uclliborg, !>/■ br. Triinwir Nu. T to (bs AUAtgaiU- 
BclmtieHltaiit ;«ee n. 36^, whciiiiu i pelb (line views) swcad* in <a nia. 
to the HSlcI Utv-Siaffel (eeo above), whert tliB view of tlie Rlgi, Pilitu, 

Fbom UTo-SriFFKL TO THH A i.Bi n-HficHw.cHT, n bokntifol w»lk of 
S hr>.. aaccDilinK and deuwndiDK on the Albin naee, sod chiefly Ihiough 
wood. CarriiM^-roBd pant the HOIi^l AnniburK and viil the Manega (tUO') 
tsi Bal^rn, to(li/,hr.] tbp. FelttiKag itMi' \ reiitanriDt). with channinK 
view ot tbo Sihl valley, beyond it Iho lake, and [nrlber oti a fertile billy 
traet, with the AIob riaiog in Ihu di-lince. - 1 tar. Ober-MbU (UOff: 
BGt.-Pena. Hirseta, P. ^-S fr, ; WindegE Kc^tanrant) ; tO min. Aibit-Both- 
KOCht (MSr), witta a pavilion and view of tho Lake rjf Zug, the RIgl, 
FiUtua, otc. Farther en, wc paiu beaeatb the rain ot the ScAnoMtary. 



loft, tbrough wuo' 
--- in tie Sihl 

. ._. ._ ._. Itcald (ion adjiC' .. 

FsouZDBiaHTo8im.BRnaa, llU.. Sihlttl Rsilwaycfroi 
VI, M. Adlimoa, i — ' 

M) in V, ht.- 

the Langenberg , a park belonging to the town of Zurich snd stocked 

_-. j.._ _.._„_._ _.. , .» D_._ '" "- o'^'-.-U ifoOtjMth 

•Sir. seep. 88. 
m (p. 47) TO Ebbusbes (p. Be|, lO'/, M., Poteh 
Railway in t'(, hr. i M. ZUricli-Rflialp |p. S8); 6'/i K- BVjroh (iieo"; 
KroDG), the culminiktin| point uf the line. We Ihim descend, vith pretty 
views of the Znrich bill coDotiy, along tho slope of tbe PfaanenBtid 
to m, M.) Egg (imT; Bltach), whence a car ri age-mad aeoenda to tba 
top of tbe ffUtineTiitid |l hr.; p. 4!J. 

13. From Ziiilch to Sargans (Coire). 
Lake of Zurich and Walensee. 

the Left I 

—I, M. ID K'l-4„ _._. , 

'A Ucilea and Rap- 

joins tbe railway 

Pares (viA Thalwil or Weilen) (o Weesen 

gclbrUcke, and Sargans to Coire, TiVi M. in 
On; Eight Bank (p. tl; no expresses) from ZUi 
swil to Ziegelbrtloke, " ' "" "" ' 

Sfr.90, 6fr.90, Ift.Mc, to Wallen 
to Sargans 15 (r. 20, 10 fr. 80, B " 

1 f r. SO e. and 00 c.) via Wollisbof eu |lef t bank) and to Erlen- 
. .-i .„., ..;= .'...-injit (eight bank); once dsily from tbe 
ia Thalwil in £ brs. (X fr. no. 1 fr. 90 c). 

The ^Iiake of Zurioh (1340'; a 
'/j M. broad at its widest part, and 4 
iiiid drained by Ihe Limmat. The banks rise in gentle slopes, » 
i^ri.'it with vineyards and orchards, to the wuodcd hills, iboat 3500' 
high. Sprinkled with honses, villaa, and factories, they may nut 
inajitly be termed snbnrbs of Zarieh. In the backgronnd rises the 
long chain of the snow-elad Alpa (see p. :i8), 

a. Bail'way on the Left Bank. 

The train describes a wide carre round thotown,andat (2'/,M.) 
Zilrich-Engt 1^. M) approaches the lake — 3'/a M. ZUnck-Woi- 
lisliofen (Restaurant & Pension Frohalp, '/a M. higher np), with the 
new waterworks tor Ziirich. — 5 M.ffilcAiterj (1401'); in the Tillage 
above, to the right, iited the poet Conrad Ferdinand Meyer (d. 1898), 
wbosi- grave is in the churchyard. Above (6'/i M.) RUscMikon are 
the temperance KiirhauiNid^ad (10 niin. ; 40 beds) and the if<%.- 
Peits. Behioir (15 niin. ; 40 beds, P. from 1 fr.). — T'/j M. Thalwil 
(1436'; Adler, near the chnrch; Krone, on the lake, -hWii ?3>.\?i.<™.-, 
HOI. Katharinahof, at the station, willi TeBtmiatA viwi yc«>i » 
village of 7511 iohab., with large si\k iao\, ■VVct>i'*»-W 


46 /■ awf '>■ WiUBNSWlI,. 

view from thn cliarch, wliirli KUnds on a ln'i^hl. Zii{; aod IjBccrnr 
line, see p. 88.-8'/. M. OberrititeH. 

Wj, H. HorKeii<I348';Lnwr; Mriirhut: SrliiilzeohiUB, on tbe 
lake), a Ihriring pUrr with Hill inhab. ami iillk iniliiBtrics. In the 
church, frescocH by Burzu^jhi i IMTS;. The Ximmrrberi/ (2536'; 1 hr.) 
COnimandH a vJuw of the Alps HrroSH tlir laki's at Zarich and Zng. 
Steamboat to Ucilen 'p. 47) 6 times daily in 1^ miimlcs. 

Near (13 M.; An thi: grosB.v p>'iiinHnlii uf that name projecls 
tar into Ihi' lukv (Hfitt'l-Pi^tisiun Au, II) miii. ubiivc the slation, 
15be<l»,I'. fniin lOfr.). — I.iM.Wadeii8wil.l3-l.V; FJigi.1, on 
the lake, 311 bi-dg frum 3'/,, !>. fnim lu fr.; lIOIil tlu Lac, with 
gsrdcn-reHtaurant) in a iirrttil}- gituud-d placi! uf 'J309 inhabitant«. 
A rtrit may he paid to the federal t'xprriitiental station for viti- 
ealtnre and frnit-);r<nrin|r, establisbed in the old raiitte; view from 
the terraCF. DHigciice twiei: daily tn (S'/i -V-} Ilattcn <p. 93) in 
I*/, hr. (1 fr. 8U v.). Kailwuy to Einsiedetni see [>. S>3. 

17 M. RlehterswU (pop. 4527; Un-i KSnlgi-, with t;anlrn; 
Engel, on the laki:), jirettily Bitnatcd, is ailajitcd fur a lengthy aluy. 
View from tb« terrace besidp Uil' oi'w church, whicli standi^ hij^h. 

The lukc utlains its greatest width hcri! ; thi' Toggcribnrg moan- 
tains appear on the K. 18 M. BOtih. To the letl are the isLiiidH 
of Ufenai (p. 49) and IjWielaii (p. 48j. 

aa M. Pfaffikott (1374' ; Hot. Hiire), in tlie canton of Sehwyn, to 
which the lake side now lielungs. On Ihp bright, '/i '""- 'listaut 
from Pfalilkon or f uusisliiTg (p. !tS), is tin- lii-altli-ri'soil of Lwjrim 
(G08m.; hOtcl-penKioii). 

Railiray mcrosii the like tn Kujijvcrtoij, •'■e p. 1'' ■;!Vj ^' ^ loiiiiii,!; t«il- 
way 10 Knaitlasrrn, Kce |>. tu. 

The line appruaeheii the Upper lAtkr. Ilii the slope to the 
riglit, ubove JJlendtyrf, is the chupid uf ISI. Juhaiin illi.'iii'j. 

ii4V, 31. LadiendSSU'; Bar, Sfi beds; lldis; lint, [lahnhofj, a 
ennui dereblcvilliLgi' (3483 inhah.) with a twn-towered rcieuco ehnri'h. 
About 40 min. N.K. is the eimJl Bad Naok-n, plenxanlly Hituatol 
at the base ot thti JJnlere Bmihberg, with mineral and lake b:iths. 

The train Ic-areit the lake and crosses (lie Wi'h/f/ilaler Aa whicli 
Hows into tile lake not far from Iiaehen. — a7i/„ M. Sirtnien- 
Waiigen; tlie Tillage of Siiiam (14H0'; Raiici lii>a"oTcr '/» «■ to 
tile B., at the entrance to the WSggi-Tal. 

Wiooi-TjtL. Ptoui Siebwa n nwd (•liligenee to Inoprtnl iii t'l, Iim., 
a fr. Iffi <;.} folluw* at arit tho left luuk of the Jsnplyiut Aa. Vfc ;irR f oinn.! 
<u tliu loft, SM. from the iitition, li; Uiu Trebaeiiback, il llu' aoaica of 
which. It hill, finm Hiebnen, ii. the ItanuHl HbI of the 'Fri.-aitK of Niture' 
(34»': aeouinao<lati<iii fur to, key at tho HiatiDn-niHtauniit, 50 c), whonro 
the f Jfp/br (SyBn la ucDmlwI. The Wttm;i-Tul rosil oroiuM the Ai> and 
cwntianes alooR ttw rivlit bank pauiiiu,' cIohs Ui the lluttori Fill. — J M. 
Voidertial lism'; Hot. S<^liwciz<:rliur ; iljir), plraiaiitly niluituil in i grrcii 
Inaln. The roud (hen leads tlirengfa the ileflic ttl HU>clirrli. iHtlwoon the 
QnmK Aaberg (p. 47) on the right and the Qugiiberg (37W) on the left, 





DigniM., Google 

48 I. B.ia.-Mi^f.4a. RippEESWlL. LmrtT 

1 i K. Uelikm (Krone), wilh a large chrmiral futoiy. — 14>/,1I. 
ISaimedorf (HOt-AVildtiiiiiann, on Ibc lake, witb gardra), >rill>ge 

of 3284 inhab., with ailk ractoricB and ■ large organ tutaiy; the 
Z«11er Institute here ('fairb-cnre') vaa tonndcA in 1356. Thehigh- 
lying chnrck affords an extcnaive view, 

16Vi^' Stafa (pop. 4400; Sonne; BOssli; is the largeat Tillage 
on thcN. bunk and gives its name to the railway and steamer strntion 
of the village of Oetikon. There is a tablet in memorr of Ooetlie'a 
Tisits to the antiqaarian H. H. Meyer in 17»7. The PatriaU Mo- 
nument, by A. fiSsch, erected in 1898, eontmemorates the Tictor; 
of the democrats in Canton Zflrieh f1 830-48). — The lake nov attain! 
its greatest width (S'/, M.). To Ibc K., in the backgnmnd, riiea 
the Speer (p. 50] ; to the left of it, the Scntis and the Toggenbnrg 
Hts.; to the right, beyond the lake, the wooded HoheRonan (p. 08). 

IS H. Verikoit (branch-line to Bubikon, see p. 56). BO H. AU- 
back. — To the right, in the lake, are the small islands ot Littsdau 
and f/enau (p, 49). 

u RfflnHrant — aoTMUl. •BOUl- 
i, P. [roDi II fr., ScAmiK, witb a 

Siwer, with garden, is' beds, these two il the railiFay station ; A-cU«/', Bat- 
haii9-P1al7. ; BfUei-uf, on (he lahe; Utadmof, ZOreher-Str, 

llapperswil (1353'), s picturesquely situated old town (4181 
inhab.), with silk and cotton factories, lies on a peninsntu, dominated 
by a great castle. The Eathaut, in the inarket-placc, dating from 
the ISth cent., has been frequently rcstorvti. II has a richly panelled 
conncil chamber and contains the town archives and some costly 
guUd eupa. Near a house with old facade freseo<'s (Battle of 8em- 
pach) in a :!taii' leading to the top of the caatlc-hill (1438'). The 
two-turretcd Rojuan Catholic Charrk contains some antiquities in the 
Hacritjty. The old Cattle (14th cent.), in the courtyard of which Isa 
culnmu with the Polish eagle, contains a Pi)li»k Saiiim<d Muieura, 
founded in 1870, including pictnres, scnlpturcs, weapons, nnitonns, 
coins, etc. One room isdedicatedtothcgeneralKoncius2ko(d.I817), 
anothertothepoptMickiewicz(d.l855). Adm.lfr. At the S.W. cor- 
ner of the court is the watchman's tower (20 c. ; extensive panorama). 
The western slope of the castle. hill, the Lindmkof, is planted witb 
old lime-trees and affords a charming view of the Glamer and 
Schwyser Alps. Stops descend to the promenade on the lake-side. 
On the point of the peninsula is a Capuchin monastery. ^ The iSee- 
dwran (1878), a canaeway 1024 yds. long, with an iron awing- 
hridge, connects Rapperswil witb Hwden, tin: pcnineala oii the 
other side of the lake and divides the i^aku of Zurich proper from the 
Obereee. It is used for the railway (Kapperswil-PfafBkon, S>/« U., 
■ee p. 46), as well as for other traffic ; it is a pretty walk of SOmin. to 


t,pp.4e,ei.—i. R.ii. 49 

the fiahing-Tillage of Hurden, with its two well-frequented g&rden 

Tbe Utils ialud of tTfanan, ■/■ U. to tha W. ot Hurden, IVi M. fioiD 
Eappsniwil, irttb ita church tnii chapel, oonaacrated in 1141, has belonged 

nirich TOD Uutt^ aaagbt refuge hare in Augnet 153S, where he died a 
tortnight after his arrival. Meils may he obtained at the farm-honHe, 

Kapperswll is a terminas. Yiewa to the right &s far aa Weesen. 
We crOBB the Jotta, pass the nnnaery und girls' school of Wurms- 
bach on the right, and return to the kbe near Bollingen, wliich 
hiB qaarries which were worked even in Roman times. — 28'/, M. 
Schmerikon (HOt. znm Bad; ROsali; Seebof), at the upper end of 
the lake, near the mouth of the Lirith Canal (p. 50). We proceed 
through the hroad valle; of the Linth. To the right, on the N.E. 
spur of the Untere Bucbberg (1975'), stands the mined castle ot 
Orinau, with a frowning square tower. 

30 M. Utsoaob (1358'i Lindhof ; Bahnhot); the thriving vil- 
lage (2227 inhab.) lies at the foot of a hill to the left, overlooked 
by its church. Rioken Railway to Wattwil, see pp. 60, 61. — To 
the left, on a hill, is the monastery of SUm (3317'). 

A diligeace luni fiam Utiuach on weekdays to (3>;i M., in 80 mill.; 
1 h. m c.) Kleden (iseff; Psni. Bellevue), a taealth-iesorl, ooniuiaDdlnK 
charming viewa. ExsnnionB lo tbe (! bra.) SegdtteiTHp. 61); to tbe (SVibraO 
Speer (p. el)i and <il Alp Breitenau to (i his.) Ebnat-EayiKl <p. 6i). 

32 U. Benkeii. The village (H5t. zur Eisenbabn) is 10 min. S., 
at tbe foot of the wooded Ober Buchberg (2020'). 

36 M. BobiniB (138S'; Hirsch; LOwe), an industrial place of 
197S iDbabitinte. We approach the Linth Caned (p. 50), which 
runs parallel with the railway at the foot of the Sckaniser Berg 

38 M. Zugdbritcke, aee p, 47. 

o. from Weesen to Sargaus. 

koned in conlifluatian of tbe 
irich (p. IJ). 

37 M. Weeaen. — .Bail. SMtaumni. - Hotels. At the aUtion, 
*BM.-rent. Spter. with fine view, 60 beds from SVw B. B, L. 4';„ D. S'/i, 
P. from 10 fr. ; Bit. BaAnkof, 12 beds, plain. — On the lake, '/, M. from 
tho alalion (orao.): *Sclnren. iO beds Iron S, B. i, L. 5. D, 6, P. from 
lO'/i tt.; 'SelUoitSetel MariahaWen, in an open sitnation, with view, 
open Mireh-Nov., TO beds from 1, B. i'U, L. 4. D. S, P. from 11'/, fi.; 
mt.-Pena. du Lac, 80 beds from B, B. l'/„ L, 4, D. !'/„ P. from IW, fr. : 
Bdtlti, SO hodi from 3, B. 2, L. t'/j, »■ 5'/., P- from »'(, fr. — At Pli 
rneep-GO): Bireeh, 10 beds, and seTera] nnnninnH. 

Em(DiEY Oftiob at Brodbeck-Si 
"daya, |i(itr. per week.— B 

MDrg,QBinten,Unter-Ter _ 

„ igreemBnt. — Laki Bitaa, with good beM^i. 

Weesen (1385' ; 944 inhab.), a favourite 6ummM-tewirt,U«a'™- 
I Bheltered site i( tbe W. end of the WaJcTWee. k sbai-T ■Si««»**:i 
B.,Ma,K«-t SwiUeiltad. ifltli Edition. a 


50 I. R.t3.-Kap,p.ei. WALESSEE. Fr^mWrlA 

niu<i^ Hkirlii Ibc liikv, niTiirilin}; I'lianiiinj- vii'ii-R. Sliady pktliB Ie*d 
to the {30 min.) Jakubflrniim, ami In tlif Ori min.) Kapftnhtr^, 
with pretty view. Thr JlilKrlUmjif ;lt*7(l';, » ^ hr. from tbe Btition, 
eonimanilii the whuli- Wati'iisi-e. Liuihlut. and GlimiMh. — Abont 
V| M. t(> the K (if Wi->'Si'U. bi-vunil lliv tliburh. ii the fatmlet of 
Fli or tly. 

Einamnaii. Vinm Wri»rn hy tbe Amd.n n»ii vU rii M fw ■■ {>/.lir.J 
3tirr/<. *lH-re wu Hi'n^l" <1«' l'» tiii Hniid lad Kicftea tor (I'fc hr.J 

kiDiBi, sml wXnhivl ri-lnrn vi:'i 'lV«1<r.i Amrli-B (ncc htlow].— 'On flie 
mill til Ainiipn. Va lir. fmiB Wwstn. i-i Ihp liirraartVi. with i tIbw sf Ihr 
like, ilii' UllrUi'li<'iiiitiii:k, auJ thv Oluni'r Aliw. — An ncBnlod uh be 
dscIf Iiv iMt (1 hi.) liMt Ihc hamli-l of Krfu ami llie ruin ot Straieaa 
(K-r In'loir) n. thr rni>i<4 Knvn JWI, at tlu' inaoth ot Up Bttn» or 
.Scn-MMrb: ihLiiFc a *tn-|> urrnl to thr FalU 'if thf ftirmhaeKinttuttaKI; 
rFtum vii the XHofrH iUI and thruURh the Fli lo [IV4 <".) Wenn. 

'rhv*^90r (iMiyj, anadnirablciwint lit vivw, 4Vi hn. (guide It tr., 
unnrFaHiary). lly Hid finKvi-poot at thv X.K. end of Wcrien we tun 
10 the left (piFBiunt retraHpuata nf tlir lake) and th«n a ateev aaceat 
through woAdaudiaradiiwa via tlie irnvrwrwofl^jiIHaiil'l and^lhs Cn- 
Inv lata jUp l-aoi; tn tlH! (V/, hn.) 'Htn-KUmi Aip iMU'; Inn ana 
Ilotaen SpnT, lud i U.). Tlirnu to thi' Irft. in 1 hr. ninic, to tha top, 
vhieli cnnnintH of mnttlou-'nli'. An raay ilricrnt in bv the red-narkM 
linlb, Mtraiulit on I"ial IIh' Hrat hiil (nut to tliv l>>ril. vi* llie DiirautJiUiie 

A mail (DiolorbaH from llic latl. atalion In >/, br.: t tr.), with Ou vlawa 
of Ui<' Ukr (ahady in Ihr e\-enli«), aacenda fnw Wnwn S.E. to (4V. U.) 
Amdan (laU'; Alprnhot, Kl iH^da, Bi'lli'VBP. It hada, in both R. fioDi Si/. 
II. t, t.. A, ]). .IVi. P. Ilfr.; BBaali) »teni ; l^iwe; IIlriDli ; ■xv.tiI peDaloDi), 
loftily aituated on annny piaturra. — HatL from Amdrn lu Hetlii (if, hr.); 
to tlie /.rttOowM (KtNW), 4 hra. (guMu lArr.,BotiBdiaprn>ali]e; deaamtto 
WalleuHtadt, ■» P.M).. IfraBiABideB to SmJaH «t fll-iii lalheToggaB- 
huiE f p. m over tie AmOfiirr UShr IWVf) and IjttI, Wt h".. or orer the paia 
Jtufdrr llehe (GMHO, 4 hn>. to tUtln 01 KlartvHhaeh (ini.ri' difflRnlt]. 

The pale<greni *WaleiiBee ( 1 3H7 '; ari'a ra. U sq . M.) is »'/» M. 
lung, l'/4ll.wiilc,iknil41li>'(lec]). ThuN.hitnhrDnsiHtHofprceipieeR, 
nbovi- which risi' Ih'' barren peaks <if the Oirfiris/eii (i.eiBtkamm 
fiaoC, Sclun 7245', t'rflniHel 7440', Ilriai 7480', Zustoll 7343', 
Schcihcnsloll 7342', ninterrngg TST5', and K:lst:iTDgg 7435'). 
Uuly thu huuses uf BrIlUi, in Trunt iif whieh, on a pt'tiinRDia, is the 
rDinuil uasUc ot StrahUgy, and, fartJiiT on, the hamlet of QuMea 
have fuund sites uti IhD N. bank. I)n the 8. bank also the mcks,. 
pierced bj several tnnntds, are very precipitons at places. 

Bcjond Weesen (view to the left) we cross the LintkCanai (to 
the right the Qlam!! line, Bee R. 21), which connects the Walensee 
and Lake ot Zurich, and, further on, the Esrher Ctuial, wliich is 
the estuary of the Linth. Both eaiials were eonslmcted in 1807-38, 
under the supervision of Konrad Richer, to drain the marshy plain 
of the Linth. — The line approaches the Walenaee. Several tnnueli. 
On tiie other side of the lake we sec the Miidenbadt, waterfall and 
the village of Amdtn on the hill above ; then the falls of the Stren- 
banhj in a rocky gorge. 


to Sargans. MUEG, Map, p.e7.~I. B.1S, 51 

41 M.M11hle}iom(ZarMShle), a village at tbe estuary of the 
Merenbach. Over '/j M. to tbe E., on the boantifnl road along the 
lake-side which leads toWallenstadt, are the hoDBCa of Tiefaaomkel. 

Fbom UOm-BHOsK TO NiriM otib the KiHKioiKHBKRo (S hrs. ; 
motor-ciFi}. The road lacenils iu wide Dnrvea (shorC-cuts for walkers) to 
Vogiingen and — 

i'/t U' ObHtaldeo (!!6a' ; Hineh, 80 bade ; Stem, 80 beda], a chinalogly 
situated eummet-reBort, alfording i Sue yieir of the WaleDeee. A plouanl 
Bicnniion msy be medo hence to the (I'^hr.) pretty Tnialp-See {r,iW; 

(to the Bpanncgg and GUrus, see p. 17) ithe MilrUrUentlock (Huchen, gOIS") 
Is a difllcuLt ascent via the Moerenaip in 6 hre, (guide 30 fr.). 

TLe road eliirie the SaOemtobei. — l'i, M. SHlEbach (£340'; HUeult, 
UO bedn; MortacheoBtock, SOiieda), frequented as a eninmer-toBotl. Prom 
the liritterhahe (B910'), iciched in '/i tr. byascending to the left (fingor- 
post], we enjoy an admirable aurToy of the Wilenaoe and of the mounUins 

Heuenkamm (6263'), reaebed iA Uaiia-giichwend in 3'/, hta. — The roaii 
aaceuda for i short dielance and then deaceods eteadily. In !0 miu. ne 
reach a paiol (right), affording a good view of the head of the Wilenaee, 
the valley of tbe Lintb Cuml, bounded on the left h; tbe Binli (p. 4T), 
and the Wig™ ohain. Hoar (3 M.) Beglingen we get a glimpse of tbe 
Ulilmieoh and (he TOdi, and we then descend in wmdioga (avoided by 
>bDrt-Guta) lo <1 X.) MoUii (p. 16). 

Two tnnnel8.—43'/sM.Murg(R0s8li;ai;hiffli; Krone; Hirsch; 
VillaWaldheim, 20 beds, in an open siluatioo), charmingly sitnated 
at the month of the Murgtal, with a sptnniDg-mill and timber trade. 
Pleasant tootpatha lead to Unarten (>/, hr.; boc below), Obetalden 
{ly, hr.; see above), and other points. Rowing-boat to ftointeii 
(p. 50, S'/„ to WaUenstadt (p, 52) 5 fr., etc. 

*MiiROT«L. A good road aacenda to the right from the ap inning-mi 11 
and the Fens. Waldheim (ahort-oul lo the left) to the reservoir and the 
|i(, hr.) Murg Fail, below the first bridge (IBsy: above the bridge wo turn 
to the left for <iaarton, to the right for the Alpweg, with fine viewa, 
which ende in >/i hr:). Wo follow the left bank to the |Vi hr.) second 
bridge (Htg'), aeroaa which, at the reservoir of the electricity works, an- 
other path leads to Qnarten. After a steep ascent of 1 hr. on the left 
bank tijo path reaches a third bridge at the beginning of the Merloi Mp 
(3040'). |To the righ tdiverges the route to the JfffrticAeH .ilZp{see bclow)^ 
•I, hi. farther op are the falls of the SponbtKh, in a wild ravine.] The 

past tbe BaehtOMi and Momea Alpa, ta the Wr^ hrs.) three Hurgaeen 
(MSO', tabS, and tmX), The first take la very picturesque [simple accommo- 
dation in tbe fishonnan's cottage and in the herdsman's hnt between the 
second and third lake). Prom the hii*eat lake the *Bottar 18460-] may be 
ascended iu i hrs. (the dsherman or a herdsman desirable as guide, 6 fr.).— 
From the highest lake a rough path crosses the WiderBtein-Furksl 
(RKOei') to the Mmoebaeh-Tal and {t'l, hrs.) Ertgi in the Sernftal (guide 
115 fr.); another leads over the UorKSee-Purkel (KfrlC) to the Milrtae.htH 
Alp (Uberstafel, BOtiO'), and then either vii the Plailtnt Atp i,!<i Froaolp 
(p. 11) to (5 hrs.) alarui (guide 25 fr.), or vj4 the Svaiinegg (p. 77] to the 
talaip-See and <4i/i hrs.) Obilalden (see above; guide «0 fr.), or vii the 
Meeren Alp to (4'/, hrs.) MUtUeliom (see above ; guide W fr.). 

Beyond Mnrg, another tnnnel; above, to theiv^l^WeaQjww^e"' 
(p. 52). — 45'/, M. Vnter-Tenm (1408'; mTVTO?na.^i\ "ftsOa^'fto*- 
Hfitel: PreiBC*/ 


32 I. PIB.~Map»,Ppe?.70. WALLESSTIDT. rr«m»trUk 

Ou tbe raid Id Ober-Tenen. iboiit ViU. fron l'ntcT-I>naD,U tkc rttttt 
of QuaxMn (IBSCi Kurhmuii Quirlen. 3f> kedi), ■ tbumbglf mitomUd 

KammtT-rmon aburc the Wileui.-i'. Fnin t^uulen ■ tM^Bth (vton) 
loids along the hillnide to (>/, hr.) tbe Mun P*ll [p. «)■ Anottiai at 
higher pitb lesdi, finally tfanuKh •rood, to the (H/. hr.) Mond brids* io 
IheUnrgiil (aee p.6i), — A pleiatnt eieucilon ma]' M nidefroM (liuttM, 
Tii Ober-2%ri«ii t'oad to lhi> point). Io the (2>/,hn.) thiee Bwhan lAkM 
(U2D'; RnrhiuH Heebenalp, 110 bedx. P, frum '.'I, h.). Fi» Ties tron 
the eiMen (60ifi'; guide TVr.), >/, hr. to theS.W. We letuni bj ttie JTolHCr 
.i4Ip {DOtifi'l and the M'uiLzl'nrren liiStfi'). between Ibe Hnnakopf and the 
BrBitinuitcl, ti> the UVi hr.| Xuna Alp (bl>70'). then through the ToUtmiU 
to |IVi hr.) (juarUn, or |ateep) Io tho Oeiailaui-Atp (fiSTf) aid the (1 hr.] 
BuclOnui Alp in the Murglal (sec p. bV. 

Od the atucp rocks apponitc arc aevcral watvrfalls; to the right, 
the village of .Afu2« (HuL-Pena. Thslhof, £!> Iicda). Tonnel. — At 
tbe E. end of the lake we cross the Seez Canal. — Ot-er ■/, M. frntn 
the end of the lake lies — 

48'/,M. Wallenatadt (1400'; Hirach; Post, 16 bede; Sonne; 
Krone), witb 3100iiibab,, a summer-resort and a garrison-toirii irith 
an officers' maskctry school. Steaiiicr on the Waltnaee, «ee p, 49. 

To the N.W. aroad ^diligence in l'/,hr., 1 fr. 40 <-.). ueendi to (IV, H.) 
■Wallonstadt^Bere {S>i4J'; Hfit. Alpenhof, Kurhans Huber, Pena. flUut- 
achor, all simple}, a heatlb-reaort plciuanth' Bitnated oa tbe Terdaat bIopb 
sf the WallCDBMdtar Berg (2e0O-4£a0'), The diligcnca goei on to (1 H.) 
KnobliabShl 13320'), with a lanatorium for eonaumptiTea. The road theace 
■aoenda Ihioiub wood led nieadowa Io (>/, hr.) SeArina-HoeHrvtlc (43ltf; 
Knrhans, 70 Ecds, P. Vlr« t'-, aimple but good), m, bn. from TTallBn- 
aUdt, IVf hn. from Wallenslodl-It^Tg. 

Intereilipg eicursion (with guide) from Wallerstadl to lbs N.R, on 
a good road to the (i hre.) Alp IIUi'i (4:e5'; Kurhana LDkU, 30 beda) , then, 
nearly level, vjl Ihe Vnrdere and HiiiUireBaUAtp to [!'/• hr.) the TKningdn 
Alp 16040'; ruBlio whey-cure ealahliBhiDEDt). We tbon follow the Blopea oE 
the CorflraleD, vttb a series o( heautiful Tiewa. Io (I hr.) ObcrMaa (fiUlf), 
deaeend Ibcuee to (V» hr.) Schrina-HocAruck {tee above), and retain to 

ilVihi.) WallenstadI Ti& WallenBlad^BeI^. Oi we may proceed from Bohriaa- 
loehruek vi» tbe <■/■ hr.) Bchicaidit Alp (48afi') te tho SIOm Mb (MSft*), go 
on by tbeStafai io ttte {i bt.) Lattbegg Alp {i,&\lf), and then deBcend by a 
ateep but safe path to (I'/i hr.) Qainten (p. SO), whence Ibe lake ii eroued 
bybnatloMBi-j (p. Bl). — To Amm over the in «( to mm (BMBO, 8-9 hie. 
with guide (82 fr., path marked red), sllwotivc- Iml faligning (oonp. 
p. BO).— To WtLDHADB 01 Ob«bb in tlie Toggenburg (p. 63) an attraoliVB 
and not difflcult roDte I^Vr^ bia. ; enidc 20 fr.) leads ^A Ltlaia (see above} 
and the Hiedare (6016'). A more hiigiiing path load« vil BDla Alp (tee 
above) and the Valaloth Pott (1210'), betwBen the Jlinterrugg (7670^) and 
the Eiterrjigg (7426'; aee p. M, both einily aacendod fr»m the paBI), to 
Alt4l. Johanu oi Wildhaua («>/, hn.). 

We nov ascend the broad valley at the Seez. On a rock to the 
right, tlie plctareaqne rains of Grdplang (1540') ; to the left, on a 
n>ckaboveBer«cftM(yjnde), is tbe old chapel of5(.ffeorj«n(1940'). 
— 51 M. Fluma (1456'; Hotel Bahnhof ; Fliimserhof) a anmnier- 
resort and raannfao taring place of 4105 inhabitB,nt9. To the S.W. 
opens the .ScWisftaeft-rai; in tbe background rise tbe WetwrnMleB 
(8185') and SpitzmeUen (p. 53). 

Cariiaoe-ioadB and bridle-paiha couuect Flume witb the vaiion* hStel- 
pensienB ('KtiThtueci') od the>luiiu Alps, which forma health-reaorl 
fregnented both in summer tnd winter: ^Ipina (4B9&'; 130 beds), Oamg/vr- 

UiSargaat. MELS. llapt,pp.70,4f.~I.R.ia. 53 

don (USD'; 100 b«d*;, Tannenboden (ibSb'; '?0 beia), Tatmenheiai (U6B^. 
ScMHAoidm (UOCT; 100 bedi), etc.; F.6</,-? tc.—E&Hj paths Ica^ from tha 
Flnma Alps to th* Spitameilea Faaa (vaW). whence we may deicend 
toJfaWintheSenifUUp. »; S hm. fmni Fliimi easy). About •/, hr. ebort 
of the pus (5-B bn. frem Flums), oa the Mad Mp, it Ihe SpUsrmeilen Hut 
of thoS.A.C. (fiStO-; Mcomniodation for SI), itarliiK-poinl for the iscent 
of Ihe SpilBmelleil (8215'; IVihi.; Itst part rather difflouU ; gnide SS tr.). 
A gaoS ra>d leads from Plums to (Vi hi. X.) Berieltit (p. 5!), then by 
roul 01 palb, moatly tbronKh vood, to (e</i-3 hrs.) the KurAaua Senniia^ 
(tSSb'i »b bede, P. from 8 fr.), & heilth-reaoit Inely situated it the toot 
of the Gamsberg. 

At (54Vi M.) Hels (160T'; Melserbot, at the station; ScblOssel; 
Lowe), a little town with 4369 tnbab., are au old Capuchin moaastery 
anil several factories. It Ilea at the entrance of the Weiittannen- 
Tal, from which the Scez deacends. About 1'/^ hr. higher up ia the 
Eurhaag WtMheim (3115'; 60 teds, P. from 8'/, fr.); 1 hr. N.W. 
is the TUserberg (2625'), with the Kurhang Tilserhof. 

The •AlviOT (IJ630 may ha aaeaodeil from Mela in 6'/, hia. (gmldo 

ISfr., unneceisaiT ■■-■■—■ '"'-- — "" '" -'--'-' 

to the tight to the ( 
Alpenr- "— - — 

'WeiBHtanneu (aiBO'; Alpenhot, with garden, 1& beds; QeniHe, IS bede, 
P. from 7 fr. ; Fiohsinn, S6 beds), a summei-Tesort surroundod by woods. 
Thence a mukedplth (rnide U fr.) vi& Unter-Lavtina |il3!E') md ValtOslA 
(6040') in this, to Ihe Haldol Fan (7gR&'), betweon the Seezberg md 
the BeidtimUM {latff), where we hire a fine I'iew o! the huge Sardona 
Olsoiei, tbo TriDieihoin, and the Kiiwelspitz. Descent into tlie CU/Mmo* 
Tal, Tii the JEitiinHr Alp and Stockboden, to the Tamina bridge near 
St. Ifartin (U3<r) 1 hia-, and to VStUa (p. 75) l>/,hr. more. 

56'/, il.8argaju (I590'; rail, rcatanrant), and thence to (72'/,M.> 
Coire, see pp. 70, 71, 

14. From Znrich to Romanshom viS. 

Swiss PmnnAL Ein-wxr to Bomanshom (52 M.) in i-S hrs. (IS it. 90, 
y fr. 70, 8 fr, 30 c). 

ZilrickfBee p. 3i. The train, paaaing oyer a viaduct, crosses the 
SilU, ascends in a wide curve, croaaes the Limmat, and passes under 
theATa/W-ftw^bja tunnel 1020 jds.long.— 37, M.OCT-ii)ton(1443'; 
Hat. Bahnhof), junction for Schaffhausen (see p. 33). 

The line crossea the Gtatt. At (5V,M.) WaUuellen the Kappers- 
vil line diverges to the right (see p. 55). Pine view of the Glaros 
Alps. 7'/, M. Diellikoa; 10'/, M. EffretUcon, junction tor the line 
vi&P/<)/^on(oiiaamalllake, with 3411 inhah.and several factoriea; 
on a hill to the right, a reatored Roman camp) and Webnktm to 
ifm«i«(13V,M.;8eep.56).— laVjM.iimpttftai. Seai'^v^i\«T«Kos 
the Toss is crossed. To the left is the tacton U>-»m. olt?i*» '^-W^, 
and on a hill bebiod it are the rnina 0! HocU-WUlfli'nge"" 

64 1. R.I 

17 M. Wintorthnr. — ./(„«„■, 

i: A. n. DHr IhP •iiuian. «4 IkxJk froi 

„ „ . InHi.-Kurn:' 

li - ■■ - • 



inr IhF •itatian. «4 IkxJk from ;)>/ ~ 

r l" IV, fr. ■ I'.».^RTKij:iiiui'B(li'rirErl'l.A,B,l);'bpHuite 
me ■tBIioi. 'I'K.MiwAVh icnni|i. tlii' I'laii. tbroHiih Iokii uid inbarhi. 

Winterikur I1417'j, vitli S6.6(1U iiibiib., on the fulocA, hu, 
since thi- inklillf iit the 19th rvnt.. 'livdopt'il into an ImportaBi 
[aclnry tiiwn, cHpt-i'iuUT for ni»chin<' biiililing und thcleitile trade. 
The t^tadthituH-hitruiBt^ , wliich iuiiij K. froin thi' HtatioD sqaire, 

0, (1, « 

forms thp N. bonniUiry of thu old town, in the iniddli' of which 
centuries. To the S. o( the old town is Ihe cantonal Technical 
Selu>ol and InduBtrial Museum (H.B, 0, 2; optn 8-12 & 2-6). 
Near the B. end of the Stadthang^Str., to the left, is the Stadthaut 
(PI. C, 1), huilt bj (J. Semper in 1865-69. The *Miiee.iim (PI. B, 
C, 1; open 8-12 iiud 2-4), designed by Kittnicyer & Fnrrer, con- 
tains good pictnres by Antun Graff (h. 1736 in Winterthnr, d. 181S 
in Dresden), K. Hoter, F. Hodler, E. Wflrtcnberger, F. Tallotton, 
and other Swisa painters, an historical collection, naturiil science 
collections, and the town library (80,000 vols.). 

'Winterlhar ie the jimctiou for nilwajs to Haie vii HUin-BiUach 
(pp. 16. II), to Sthagluiiiten (p. S3], to Etswilcti (SiugCD; p. !4), iaSor- 
oAffiA yii St. OaU (p. 66). 

Feoh WHrriKTHint to BCti b; tha Tasii ville7, 89 U. in 2-£'/i hrs, 
61L Bemikaf, tb rain, 8.W. of which is the oU castle of Kibarg ftOIV); 


lo Soimvihom. FRAUENPELD. ilapM,t>pa^,ie.—I.B.14. 55 

fltU. Eollbrunn; aV. SamitmaUe-Zta: 10 H. Turbenlal (181(0, iH. 
to the E. of whioh ia O^mbod (iW(0, <rlth la ilkiliue spiiDg (P. S>^,-9 Fi.) ; 
11 M. ITila. in atettv suimDndingE. — 1B>/, U. Baumn (tlOST) where 
1 line bituohea off tiS Hinwil ind Bubikon (p. 56} to Uerlkon (p. iS). 
The line tcsveii Hie viUay of the Tilai, vhioh lisee on the slopes of the 
TBes-Stoek ^a^iV), miJ wends its wny vii (ISVt M.) Si« Jntn the FiiOien- 
lal. — ll'U'H.aibmtailim'), vhenee theBoohcel MTV) may be iBcendcd 
In 1 hr. It afTorda a oelebntBd p&narima of the Alps from the Sentis to 
the Jung fisD. and of tbe pictnioB^ae landscape round tbe Like of Zurich 
(an the top ia 1 lestaursot md &n frOD Tiew-tonei). Then Hirough the 
pictnresqoe valley of the Jbno to (85 M.) ^ald [i037'; Rail. Heataurant; 
Krone; Baaali; Bchwert), in indnstrial place (7J00 inhah.) it tlie S.E. foot 
of the Bichtel. — 19 U. Etiti [p. S«). 

The train continneB to descend throngh (he fertile billy country 
of Canton Thnrpin. 18 K. Ober-Winterlkur (p. 30), on tlie situ ot 
tbe Celto-Roman Betllement of Vitodurnm. — HO'/i M. Wieeen- 
dangen; to the right we see the GUrnisch (p. 84). — 2IV4 U. 
AUilam; 24i/, H. Mikon. 

S7 M. Frauenfeld (1340'; pop. 8711; H6t. Bahnhof, 36 beds 
from 3'/i, D, 4 fr.), on the Murg, capital of tbe Tburgao, with lai^e 
factories. The caatle in tbe Old Town has a massive 13tb cent, 
keep. From Fraaenteld to Wil {p. 56), 11 M., tramway in 1-1 Vi hr. 

Not far frnm the road tn Stammheim (n. 21; motor-cars], above (4i/, M.) 
U^ttvAleit and the Httttwil or Stein^g Lake, on the well-wDoded ri.les 
between the Thur and the Rhine, Ilea the old castle of Steinegg (19«^), 
1 piominent landmark. It nta rebuilt ie 188? and tiansfortited into a 
Biititetlum, with a large park and flne view. 

29'/jM. Felben; 31V. M. Hittlingen-Mettemlorf. — Near 
(33 M.) MaUhdm-WigoUingm the (rain crosses the Thiir. 35 M. 
MOrstetl^i 31'lt M. Weinfelden (1415'; pop. 4328; Krone; 
Traube). To the left, SoMow Weinfdden {1850'), on the vine-clad 
Ottenberg. Tbe train proceeds throngh the wide basin of the Tbnr, 
40 M. BUrglm. — 42 M. Sii}geti (1684'; Helvetia; Schweizerhof), 
jnnction for a branch-line np the Thar valley via Bischofgzetl 
(16T0'; Linde; LOwe), an old indnstrial town of 3050 inhah., at tbe 
conflnettce of the Tbnr and Sitter, to Gossau (147i M ; p. 57). — 
43 M. Erlen; 46"/, M. Oberaack; 46"/, M. AmrUivil. 

52 M. Ji(»naiiahorn, see p. 32. 

Prom ZfistcH viiUsim toRafpbrsvtil, 26'/(M., Glatt-Tal Rail- 
way in ly, hr. — Beyond (5'/i M.) WaUtsellen (p. 53) the line as- 
cends the broad vaUey of the Glatt viS (7'/, M.) DUbendwf, with 
a military aerodrome, and (9'/, M.) Schwersenback, not far from tbe 
GrdfenKi (1434'), ont of which the Glatt flows. — From (H M.) 
Nanikon-GreifertKe a road leads W. to the ('/, M.) viUage of 
Greifemee (Krone), with its old chltean, renewed in 1520, formerly 
the seat of tbe Zurich provincial governors. There is also a fine 
chnrch dating from the 14tb century. — ISM. UBtor (I53ft'-,v*^- 
8999; Bail. Restanrant; Usterbof; Stern), a m»,iiutB.ctaim%^%'!.«- 
On the right is tbe loltily aitaated old caBtle, no'w ftie ftft*.^ 1^ ** 


56^llap,p.4e. vrlL. 

district-caart, connected bv a Iramwav vis MOnehRltorf and EU' 
liD^rea <p. 45) with LanKbnli (p.47; G'l\jt.).— Ih'/jM.AaHua.— 
17 H. Wetzikon [1759': >Sch«cizErlior). with 6787 inliib., an old 
castle, and cotton and silk tactnrics, is Ihc janctionforthe bnnch- 
Ibe from Effretikon to Hiuwil (sec p. 53) ; tram to Vellen (lee p. 47). 
— SI it.Bubikon (16TG'), witli arurmer caniinui<Ui>- ot tbe Knights 
of Malta and several factories, is the junction for tbe branch-line 
from Bannia(p.55) and Hinvril (p. 53) to L'erilion{p.48).— SS'/.M. 
RQtd (1587'; L5we; Schwcizerhof), with !)496 inbab., engine- 
works, and Bilk- factories, junction of the Tfisstsl line to Winter- 
tbnr (pp. 54, 55). 

Beyond a tnnnel the train deaccnds, chiefly tbrough wood. Near 
Jtma, a mannfacturin); suborb ot DapperBwil, we descry the Alps 
of Schwyz to the 8., and farther on, the MSrlnchenstock, Spcer, 
and Scntis on the left, — 26'/i M. RappertwU, see p. 48. 

15. From Zurich to Rorschach via St. Qall. 

Sniaa Fboeul Eati.w^v to SI. Onit (M'/t U.) in !-3 hn. (14 fr. i, 
9 fr. 80, a fi. 40 a.] ; to Roracliach (<ii il.) in i'l,-i'lt bra. (lli li. B&, II h. 76, 

From Znrich to (17 M.) WinieHMr (1447'), ace p. 53. The line 
winds upwards through the Eolach valley. The Corflrsten gradually 
appear to the S. and the Appcnzcll Hts. to the S.F,. Moat of the 
places are busily enga^d in the silk trade, weaving, and embroideries; 
20'/, M. RiUersehen; 24 M. FAgg (1673'). To the S. (!'/, hr.> rises 
liton.— 31 M. Sirnack (1810'). A road ascends the Murg valley 
(motor-ear i times daily in 35 min., 1 fr.) to (3'/, M.) Fisckingen 
(9067'; Sonne; Stern); thence it proreeds past the former Bene- 
dictine abbey, with a baroque church of 1685, to the (1 hr.) cross 
at AllentaiTiden (3125'), whence a path to the right leads to the 
top of the HOmli (3725'; restaurant; splendid view). 

33 M.WU (1880' ; Rail. Restaurant; HOtel Bahnhof-Terrainua, 
20 beds from 3, D. 4'/a fr.; ScbBntal), junction for Prancnfeld 
(tramway; p, 55), Constance (p. 31), and Nesslau (p. 62), is an in- 
dustrial town of 7337 inhabitants. Until tbe end of the 18tb cent, it 
was freqnently the residence of the abbots of St Gall, whose palace 
is now used as brewery and a mnsenm. Beside it is the Law Court 
(beautiful wainscoting, stained glass with coats -of-arnis, collection 
of coins). The old parish church is worthy of a visit. The Town 
Hall was formerly a private mansion. — About I'/j br. to the N.E. 
ia theWoIie)f(2590'), reachedby aroad viSEossruti and Wuppenau. 

The train crosses the Thuir near (35'/, M.) ScfiuiarwmfeoeA 
(1782'). — 39'/, M. Utiml (1856'; 3899 inhab.), 42'/, M. FlatoU 
(2010'; 6H9 inhab,), two factory-towns. The Glalt is crossed. 




58 I- B- ir: — Mav, »■ St. ST. GALL. from UHik 

Till- lihrnry 'irlm,. -ft |>. &7\ Id ■ Hplfadid ncoa lall, euluii* 
4ii,in>i> T.ili. (IHU incuoahuU) ind i;».1 vilqilile MSa., ihc able/ of whwh 
ar« rthlbiti'-l ou sh»w-itcHkH (iiKtltvr nf Sotkir Libeo ol tha lath mt., 
Nihrluigentini of tlui lS)h ecBl.. the Ohdii Monutetii 8. IhUi, ot tha 
nth nnt., noi^ l>y StIifUfI for bio 'Ekkuliard' in IU6, cts.). 

At thu W. end of thu MulterjjiaKsc, in front of the Switi Bank 
CorpontfioH IV\. (J ; 1>, 2), \* > jirelty fountain by A. BOieb, elected 
in 1898 to Frlcbmtctbeeonipletlonut thp aqncdnct from tbe Lake 
of Coiislunrc (p. 33). — Tlie Indutlrial ifuteitm (PI. 3, D, 3; adm., 
■e« p. 57), with a cullection nt \aro and embroidery and a libratr, 
is ill the yadiun-Straasc. Eiiibroidfrinir-niacbinea may be »een at 
work at the Lagcrhans, David-Str. 40, 2nd floor (PI. C, 8). 

To the E., in the Ktrine BrUhl, ia the Cantonal School (PL 
E, .t). Farther on are the prelt)' Public Pant, with abotanicgarden 
(Alpine plants). The Old and Nev Musatmg (Fl. F, 9; adm., aee 
p. 5T) conlain nalnral history and prehistoric eollectiona; also 
the pictareB nt the Kunstverein (works by Kotlcr, Diday, Makart, 
A. Fenerbacb, Bitz, Schirmer, and others) and the collectioas of the 
Historical Society. — To the X.E., in the Grotte Brilhl (PI. B, F, 2), 
are Ihc Tonhalle, the Commernal High School, and the Town 
Library (Vailiana ; adm., sec p. 57; 90,000 vols, and over 600 M88., 
chiefly ot the Iteformation period). — 1'he slopes of the Sosenbtrg 
O-'t. C, D, 2, 1) arc studded with villas and afford flnc views. 

To the S. of the monastery a subterranean Cable Tramteau 
(PI. D, 3, 4) runs every lOmin. (3 niin.; ap 20, down 15 a.) throngb 
the gorge ot the Steinaeh to the suburb of MaUeck (2440'; restau- 
rant). About 8 inin. E. are tbe open-uir baths of Dreilinden (PI. 
E-G, 4, 5; 2540'). Above them, 35 min. from MUhleek. is the 
rraudanberg (PL G, 5; 2910'), with a restaurant and "View ot 
St. Gall, the Lake ot Constance, nnd the Sentis, OUtriiisch, and 
Todi. — The best view of the town is to be had 10 min. W. of 
Mnhleek, at the ReetaurarU Falkenbur;i (PI, D, 4 ; 2559') ; thence 
back via the Bemeck, Scheffelatein, Restaurant Nest, Solitude 
(9690'), and theTeufenroad(IV4hr.;comp.Pl. C-A, 5, 4). 

Prom the tramway-tf rminui of lldliekrcni (eoinp. PI. Q, 1) we resoh 
in H> min. tho inn Peter a Paid (25S0') aod tho Deer Fail.: wheto the ihei 
is rejitOhfntcd. — From Mtthleck (seo above) «e may folloM- the road to 
- ** ■■ ■)'(. Qeoruen to (1 hr.) SdiSfliiegg (SISV); IJirn to the right to 
•FrShllcha^g (SSW), with a good idd and a view of tba 

Talley, si 

t. Gall to Ajpeniell 
" if St. Gall 

t the Lake of Const 
r to TeufOB (p. 65) o 

ot NcudoTf (comp. PI. Q, i), stands the popular Koibaua of Oberataid 
«165'; ]S0 beds from *■/.,. B. i, L. 4, D. 6, P. from 1! fr.), wllh a large 

Fboh Bt, Qall to TaosEF, li M., tramway in a min. [1 fr. iO c). — 
l>f, U. NoOcerttgg; t M. SelKearur Mr. — 3 U. VdgeliDaegg; [iUf; 
good lintel, !0 beds from S"/,, B. !»/., L. d, D, Vlt, P. ft«m 9 (r.), with view 
Biteading from Ibe Sentia to the Lake of Conatance; a Btlll tnote eitenaive 

Tiew amy be htid '/< l"' higlior np from the flirt (8380';, whence ono niiy 
walk (or 1'/, hi. farther sTosg thfl riies S.Vf. ioScbmiaegg (.see f. 58).— 
4V>U. 8p«lDhsr(B0SB'; LBve. 3D heds; Krone, 1E> bedsl, a aiimmei-resnil. 
Finally vil SOgHDrOcke (8956') to Trogen (p. M), 

From St. Gall the lino threaiie the Rosenberg Tunnel (1600 yds.) 
to (53'/, M.) St. Fiden (2126'; H6t, National), the junction of the 
Romanshorn railway (sec below), and continuea along the slope of 
the debris- covered vallej' of the Steinach, nioatly through wood. 
The Lake of Constance is h'equcntly visible, with Frieilrirhshufen 
on its N. bank. Beyond (56'/, M.) Ml}rickieU (1778') ite tnrn to 
the right and cross the Goldach before (60V» M.) Goldaah (1476"). 
— eSM. B<>r8cA(icA(1310'), Beep.32. 

16. From Romanshom vl4 St. Oall and 

Wattwil to RapperswU. 

50 U. BodaDiBe-To^enburg and Bviiaa Fedeiil Railirtr Id VU-i hr>. 
(IB fr. 96, II tr. to, 7 ft. 45 c.j. 

Romafubom (1318'), see p. 32. The railway leaves the Lake 
01' Constance nuar Ilgnacli (p. 32) and ascends through orchards. 
2'/, M. Neukirch-Egnack (1360'); 3'/j M. Sieimbrunn (1380'); 
5 H. Maolen (1660'). We cross the Hegibach viaduct to (6 M.) 
HaggenschimH1656'), with ruins oF a castle. From (8 M.) if pf^wi2- 
Berg (184G') «a obtain a splendid survey of the Lake of Constance. 
10 M. WittenbaeJt (19T0'), near the thriving village of KroT^Uhl. 
We pass throo^h the Bruggwald Tunnel, and cross the wild ravine 
of the Sleinaek (see above) by a lofty embankment, 12'/t M, iSt. 
Fiden and the Bosenberg Tnnncl, sue above. 

13'/^ M. Bt. GaU (2200'; see p. 57). The line branches off to 
the left from the Winterthur railway, to (15'/j M.} /fo33e«-S'''»yi'<n 
(2230'). Immediately beyond the slation we traverse the Sitter 
Viaduct, which spans the deep ravine of the Sitter. The viadnct 
is 415 yds. long and 320' high. Beautiful view of the valleys of the 
Sitter and Umftsch and of the hilly region of Appenzell and St. Gall 
(in the backgronnd the Sentis). Beyond the viaduct we thread the 
short Stuneoegg Tnnnel (270 yds.), skirt the Gflbsenweiber, and 
pass over the Walketobel Viaduct and through several tunnels. 

18'/, M. Seritau (2455'; rail, restaurant), the junction of the 
Appenzell line (p. 65), 

The railway threads a tunnel and traverses the imposing 01 a tt-Tal 
Viadoct, 3SS yds. long. The line proceeds, steadily ascending, along 
the hillaide, commanding pretty views. Beyond (21 M.) Schachea 
(2598') the scenery becomes wilder and more picturesque. After 
crossing the deep and wooded gorge of the Kirchlobel we traverse the 
WeiiWnbach Viadnct {213' high) and thread tbe ■Bv.\i\V?t?,'Voib»^ 
88</, H. D«garsllelm (2627'; Sanatotium Senntu^-X, 1"^'^*^ " 
froiB 7 or Sir.}, a prosperous village witb ZZV^ voii^-i"" 


(iO JR. IS- 4a.Uap.p. BUKEN TUNNEL 

vii^u^L'd in tbc prodaelion uf enibrolilrrlei. Thii is tbe kigheit point 
an thr line, irbich noir dcscrnds the vilUy of the Aich, pusing over 
viaducts aud tfarouf^h several siiiull tuuaelB. iS'/, JL MogeUberg 
(2355'; HQt. Bar). Skirling liie village, ve tiSTtrM the Sussen- 
i'obel by a lofty embauknient, anrt liejoad sereral tunnels and a. 
deep catting euddeiily emerge bigh up un tfae sunnj hillside of the 
Necker-Tal. To thi> riglit li»wa the river fir below. 

The line nuw graduallv descrnila. passing over Kveral viadocts, 
and finally trusses the Necker tu (39 H) Brtinnadem-Neckertal 
(2158'), whence a dilii^ncc runs to the (1^4 M.) health-resort of 
Ober-Hdfensicil (2789'; H&lcl lur Brauerei: Pens. Hohg), and a 
motor-car to the (2V« M.)villiige of Si. /^/era-ii (3313': not. Schafie; 
coiiip. p. Gl), Bending to the right the line then enters the Wasger- 
fbtk TttJtnel (3890 yds. in length), nhich emerges in the valtey 
of the Thur, below the chnrch of Lichlenateig. The Thur is then 
crossed. 31'/, M. Lichtenrtelg (2130'; p. 61). To the 8., at the 
head of the valley, appear the C^rGrslen; opposite is the picturesque 
little town of Lichtensteig (202T'). Beyond the station we join the 
Wit line (see below) and ascend the left bank of the Thar to — 

33'/, M. Wattwll (SU20'; p. 61), the terminus of the Bodensee- 
Toggenburg Railway, but the trains to Rappcrawil go straight on 
(change carriages for Sesslan). — The Swiss Federal Bsilway 
(Ricken line) enters to the right the Ricken Tunnel, 9108 yds. in 
length, in which the line descends more than 330' (the passage down- 
wards takes 10-11 min.). — Emerging from the tunnel, the line 
crosses the Kaltbrunn torrent by a viaduct, where a magnificent 
view of the Glarus Alps and the plaiji of the Linth is suddenly 
diseloacd ; in the foreground is (39^, M.) the village of KaUbrunn 
(1578'). The line now descends rapidly (20 : 100) into the yallej- 
of the Linth, to (41'/, M.) mnach (1358'; p. 49) and (50 M.) 
Rappergwil (p. 48). 

17. From Wil throngh the Toggenbnrg to 
BachB in the Rhine Valley. 

FuDKiLii. R.II.WAV to Kteslau, !S M. in IVi hr. {4 fr. 2S, 2 ft. 80 c). - 
From NesaUn to ButAg. IB M., Motor Car in Vl.-Ult h[>i. (7 fr. 66 c). 

The Moient cooBty of Tonenburg DompriBen the territory o( tba 
nppet TJmr Ind ila tributlriee, Embroidfiy lad cotlon wulving sod ipin- 
nlng are earried on, but beyond Ebnit. in the Upper TiKKenburjt. the bteed- 
iBB of Battle {HBpaciKlb- BoitH] ih the chief nccupulinn. 'fhe prettily sitnaWd 

it aupplied by the ■Varkehre -Vetbsnd Toggenburg' at Lichtenateig, 

WU (1680') , see p. 56. The railway ascends the Thur valley, 
above the left bank. — 4</, M. Sazenlieid; diligence tu the hcalth- 
rewrt of Kirchberg (2487'; Adler; Tell). At (7 M.) LOtiiburg 
(197B') we cross the Guggerloch by a viaduct 190' high. 8 M. 


DigniodD, Google 

L'J i\. Hesslauit Xeii-,S>.JokniiH. HuTKuif. rnaalrj. At 

N<'tsliiu:.V(ir<i, toLwiU; I'jmiiI>, .'lUtHdn: AVuw, M b*d* ; MTaral Hu{«u, 
A1 Ni-u-St. Jaliinn : HeH'Ifti, Hi br-ili. Ni'ir Knuflbubl («■ lelovf: Banne, 

Nentlait '25S<)'), ii simiiiicr-rpsnTl (Jligi inhab.), ia the pnaant 
tKnnlnnsntthi-rtiilv.iv. Itoccnpirnaiilii'llrn-'lxilnaiianalUieW.raat 
nf the NtDcbbcrK anil lii'S mi buth haiikii of thi? I'htir, which 1b joined 
brrii b]'tb<'./fHr(i/rr'i^(ti'A,<lciirciii)iii|crrutu llipKpeer. About ^/,br. 
upntrcaiii irc thi- two Gifmrn FaU», with an L-Ii-ctrie iinwcr-station. 

Up Ou.- NUiekIn rn (maa'), t%bn., nul iliOviilt; eoniprphcDiivs rinr 
■i<1 TKh llttH. — U» tlf Speer (n. •'■), A bra., vil tba JnUl oi tba 
WolioD At[>. -' To >l-».u-ii, Plfb^n., ■» p. M. 

To UksJlbcii (4</,-» hrn.). A riMid (roin Slii-S). Johann iisnila Tii 
(Ii/,M.) EtMttbBUl aii<t (he 'r,',U.) Kiilpbur-bath* of Rielhad (3041'; dil- 
igence thus fic) to )be 0>/i »■) ^Ji Amta/ik (HDI'). TbcD ■ footpatli 
thronith the Krttieriiuiild vli iMlrrinitHrii to the (>/, hr.) KritMm PiM 
(^inc) uid dgwn put the KrlltiuTli Sualoriun tolhi' Vrnihcli-Tal (p. OS). 

The Road toBvciw (motnr-car, si-t p. BO) leails up the Thnr Tilley 
past (9V|M.)iSVnR(2K2I'; Orbs; several pi^naion^) ami Ibei-Duiot 
Starkerutein (r.) In H'ijil.)Starktnba'A(i'J'.lS'; Drei KidgenoHScn, 
P. from 7 fr.l. Tu the right are Ihu Curlirsten; tu the left the 
ImpnHins Sdiafbrrif ij»\ff), reniarhnhle for ila Faldeil Elrata. Then 
(0 M.) Alt-Nt. Juhaim (2343'; S.'hweitcrh.if, 50 beda; KOsbII), a 
8UiiJiner anit n'intrr-spnrt n-itort. This is the atiirting-point tor the 
Mceiit of the Hiiitemitjg (7573'), the liighest of the Corfirslen (4- 
4V»hr8,; see p. 50); ahunt lialfwav, tho(7«tvSrs'eii/7t»ii>f the S.A.O. 
(4757'; Hcoommoilatioii for 20). — 7 M. Uatvnratier (2980'; *Knr- 
hausKi?ntia,200beds, P. from 9 fr.;S(<'rn,gou(l), prettily alios ted at 
the junction of tlic sonrcea of the I'hur. — At (8'/i M.) Liaghattt 
(34C4'; M'ilhelin Tell Inn, 30 beds) is the little bouse in which 
Zwitigli (U84-1531), the ZItrich reformer, vaa horn. 

!)>/,». "Wildliaus (3(iOO'; Hi rarh, 61) be da; Sonne), a aummer 
and winter-reaort, at the bnae of the Scbafborg. About 10 niin. from 
the village la tho Kurha>ts Aeker (3609'; 100 beds); and 20 min. 
M.B. ia the l^Tie. Schoneitboden, near a small lake. The (1'/, hr.) 
Sommerikopf (4317') commanda a fine vieir of the Rhine valley. 

Aseeut of the Sentit from Wildhain (B hra. ; lod way-iniiks|, see n. Bs. 
— To WaOemladt {r.'U hia.), ae» p. 51. — Vi& Ibe HcAirendi Alp ud iuUii 
Mp to the top ot tlio lliiiterTugg (tea above), and thence oTcr the Valilooh 
to the KagfTTiigg (IJ50'), t hts., w[th (niide (coinp. p. 521. — Over the 
Zuittifii or Krai Atp Fail to Wtltibad (9 hrs.|, ter. p. Rl. 

The road dcsceuda put the rain of WHdenbiinj (1.) through 
(he Simrai-Tobel, finally deaeribing a long bend (ahort-eut for 
walkers to the right), to (13 M.) ZoUhaia and (1 5 M.) Garni (1575'; 
Krenz; SehJfle), in the Rhine Valley. — 16'/, M. Grabs (1538') 
lies st the foot of the Grahser Berg, on which is (he Vortdpxe 
(3661'; hotel; 2'/, hrs.). Then rm the aneient little town of Werden- 
berg (1478'), with the well-preserved castle once belonging to the 
Conntii of Werdenberg (p. 65), to — 

187, ^' -BucA* (sUtiOD ■/, U. farther on ; liee p. TO). 


18. The Canton of AppenzeU. 

BailwaTS. Pbok Horsohach to Hnnra, rioli-and-piiiion nilws; 
in W-BOmin. (up Str. SO, afr.lSc; down i fr. !0, 1 fr. Ifi c). — FttOM 
St. GiLi. TO AmaiiBi.1.! viS Heritau (pp. 69, 65) in IVi ht. Mfr.Wc, 
3 St.); by tr(iaiw«7 vil Gais (p. 85) in I'/i hr. (4 fr. 60o., 3fr.); tiimwiy 
to TVojfen, Bee p. M. — Faoa At-THTXTTit to Giib, nanow-ginBe r»ilw»y 

Hiilway, p. 681 in !0 miu.' (up i h. BO, down 1 fr. B5 t.J. — Roturn-ticketi 
are issued to AppenzeU vi£ Heiiaiu or Gais ud to Trogen vii VOgelinaegg. 
Tho Canton of Appenaoll, comptioing the hilly countrv op the 
N. and N.W. slopes of the Bentis group, entirely Bnrrouniied by the 
Canton of St. Qall, lies outside the great stream of tooiist tisffic, but 
its valleys and hilla, its Terdsnt pietures and dark pine-woods, and its 
cle!iD villages and many admirers. The finest points are BHden, 
St. Anton, Witdmreliti. Ebenaip, the Hohe KaMen, and tho BeMii. This 
canton was divided aflor tho religions wars of U»t into two hslf-oantonn, 
Ausaer-Bhodea sodlnnsr-Hhoden. AnsBEa-RHODEBflOlHq.M.; ^,3U 
inhsh.) belongs to the Keformed Chorch, and ia an industrial ro^on, en- 

SLLged in wr^avina' and tbe produr^tion of maahine-msde ombroidory. IinoGB- 
.BODEH (61 m. M.; 14,611 inhab.) is almost eidusively Romsn Catbolio 
It contains mure p&sture-land than Anssei-Rhoden, but it is famous also 
for the hand-em hroideiT, often displaying eitraoriiin«ry taste and skill, 

Rorschach (1310'), see p. 32. The Railway to Hbidkn Ja on 
the rack-and-pinion system (see above). The train starts from the 
harbonr, stops at the town station, wlicre the toothed rail begins, 
and then ascende tbrongh orchards, affording charming glimpses 
of the lake. On the left, below, is the chatean of Warfegg (p. 33) ; 
OD the right, above, Wartenaee. Near (S'/j M.) Wienaddea (2030'; 
Peng. AlpenbJifik, to the W,, nuar Landegg) are large qaarries of 
sandfltune. We then skirt the deep Wienackter Tobel to (3 M.) 
Schwendi (2217'; Inn), beyond which we cross the gorge. 

I'/jM. Helden. — Hotels. *HSt.-Pm». FreOiof, 
hydropathic, IM beds f rom B, B. 8, L.4>^ D. 5, P, from 11 
Iwr, 60 beds from 4, B. 1'/^ L. 4, D. 6, P. from 10 tr.. both nnder tns same 
management and openMay-Nov.; Krone, with terrace heiag the lake, 50 beds 
from 3'/,, B. H/« I..4, D. 6, P. from JOfr,; Hot.- PSTta. lAnde, SO hein, 
V. from 10 tr. ; E6t.-Pen». GleUclKTliflgel, «0 beds, P. from 9 fr. : iSwe, 
Ij beds, P. from S fr,; Pens. Weiaa, near the aUtion, iO beds, P. from 
a fr. ; Pens. Sonl, 10 beds, s Prolestint hostsl, P. from T^ lr.:B^t.-Peaa. 

I'ciis.-Reet.Wa&Tah-SeOimie'itnvi 'l,hi. S.E.).'—LoBBisaB ibaaiiBt.— 
K.^DDiRi Offiob (Verkohra-Verein), lat house on the loft from the station.— 
VisiTOBs' T*i 50 c. daily. — Knnaaai., adm. 50o. 

Motob Cars. To St. QaU (p. 67) yii Kaien (p. M) and Reheiobel (p. G4), 
llViM, ipli/.Ur, (ifr, S5e.]; toSt- aa« (p. 67) vii S™(j {p. W), 9%^. In 
I'/ihr. {3fr. eoc); toferrtecfc (p.eS), B<f,M. inlhr. (ifr.BOc); toTrogen 
(p.6I) viiKaleBlp.M), ei/,M. iBlhr. (ifr.SOc); to Bft^iiieofc (pp. 61, 68) 
in 1/, hr. H fr.l, down In '!( hr. (1 tr. TO e.). 

Heiden (3645'), a pleasant village with 3283 inhab-, among the 
foot-hills of the AppenzeU Alps, is freqnented as a sumniei-'c«.f<ci'^ 
and for the whej cure. The climate Is moieisAeVj -^lOTWi ^iq.«'»- 
Buramer temperatare 69-75° Fahr.), the drioWng «aUT 'la »!°'^'^ 
suspicion, and the arrangements for patients ate gooi. ^^ ^** 


') to Ihe 111/, ht.) iiebhardtMIhe (Sal 
mirk>) vii WdienbioMn (p. 6ii) » 

If; p. 89), whence 
nJ BOhti. «■ Yii 

of SchOnenbUld (248S'] to Wo^Ehaldi 

m (fmm SchflDeo- 

It p»lh Tii BOnHger in M mid.). 

64 I- B. IS. - Uap, p. St. TEOQEN. Omtim of 

liigbcst point o( the village, in the gardens behind the Freihof, 
is the Kuraaal (rcataurant ; band thrice daily). Adjacent is tbe 
Gl^okerhUgel, an artilicial hiU composed of erratic bonldera and 
planted with alpine plants. The groands o[ the Freihot afford fine 
views or the Lake of ConsUncc. About 1 M. to the N.W., in the 
valley of tbe Mattenbscb, below tbe Grub road, is tbe pretty Wald- 
Paric, with view-points (Drcilftnderblick, Grafeplatz, etc.). 

A TotA (motor-car, p. 05) letording pjctnieiaua views leida If.E. vi& 
(I'i, M.) Woirtuaden (saWj.Adler, i!il 
Pnedeborg, 80 beds; Pens. Lindenberg, 1 
(tut tu HV. M.) Sheineck [p Bfl). — Abo 
(yeUow nrnk-' " ■— •- "-- ■" '- 

Lachen uid t 

buhl to Heiflt ,— 

The lOBd to (I'l, M.) 81. OaU (p. 57; motor-carB, see p. '^3] lesdg vii 
[</■ M.) Orub t,i6ri'; Ucba; Lowe; Peni. MuU-LAad«g1, ■ bc^th-iesDil 
EggetirieC, snd the Marlinttobd (p. SS). — From GrulT divergmg i min. 
beyond theehnrcb lo the right and at Ht. OaUiacA-Orub lo the left from 
the BotBchach road, we may swend (£0 min.; >/■ hr, from Ueideo) the 
BOWbUhl {lUi'i Hot. FanlUndeTblick , M bedg; ii61.-FcD9. UoBsbUhel, 
Iftbtits), the 101^5 ridge of the Eorachacher Berg, commanding an admir- 
able suTva; ol Ihe Lake of (.'ouetance an<l the Heean. 

To the S.E. a road leads from Ueiden vA (■/, hT.| Obercgg (tSOO'i B&r, 
intbedH; Liude, 15 hcde) to (V, br.) St. Anton (3CiO'; AlpenUoF. SUbrda; 
Boeele, 40 Lieds), a heallh-cesort, with Che Vhapel of St. Anthony and a 
famoua view of the Lake of Canitance, Ihe Rbiae Valley, and the Vocail- 
herg and Appeoiell Mte. Pedeettiani (I'/i ht.) diveige lo Iha right from 
the road auiTaaoeDd (blue marka) vii tbe Bitduifuberg (aOM') and SlUegg 

tinae la follow the ridge from St. Anton/witb eo'ntinuous viewa of the 
Khine Valley ami th« SentiH, to the Landmark (3SKT; SehilHe), on the 
lOad from AltitUtten tu Trogeu, and llieu vii tlu: SauruCkeii lo the top 
of the 12 bra.) aobria (p. 115). 

The *KHl«n (Sf.9<y), i>/, hr. S.W, of Heiden, ia freqaently letended 
(led way-marks). A path diveiging to the right near the former Hatal Uoaer 
•aoeodB via Hatenbiihl and ifeiuenruCi to ihe Vordere Kaien (loiUome 
after rain). A path marked by red a 

ir.) Gupf (Sb*^; ian), "ith a splendid survey o 
", the Lake of Conelance, elo. — Uescent fion 

(lapf to (Vi hr.) 

The KOAD TO Troqbn (motor-c^r, »<'c p. 63) ascends to (2 H.) 
iCcuen (31S5';inD); then up and down hill, fuei. Reheluhel (on the 
right; 3243'; LOwe; Hiraob) and (3=/, M.) Wold (3150'; Sohilll; 
Krone; Harmonic). 

6V|M. Trogen (3010'; pop. 3364; Krone, 15 beds from 3'/,, 
B. ltr.80c.,I.. 3'/„D.4Vi, P.fromllfr.;Schafli;Hirsch;R08ali; 
IiOwe), a pleasantly sitaated health-resort, tbe capital of tbe canton 
of Appenzell Aasscr-Rhoden, On the laat Sun. in April, in even- 
numbered years, the cantonal assembly is bcld on the village square, 
which is snrronnded by 18th cent, buildings (pariah cburoh, eonrt 
house, a children's sanatorinm, etc.). Tram to St. Gall, see p. 63. 

The highroad from Trogeu to (5'/t M.) Gats (p. G5) mns vi4 


{3^/,Ii.)Biihler (aeehelov). Fiirpreferab1e,ho«eTer, is the footpath 
diverging to the left from the road at ('/i hr.) Weiteegg (3481'), 
ascending (guide-posts) to ('I, hr.) the top of the Qabrie (4110'; 
inn ; splendid panorama), and descending to 6ais in another '/i ^t. 

The THAMWiT rBOK 8». GriiJ. TO AppBHZRLL (ace pp. 63, 57) 
ascends a shai^ cnrre and then fallovs the highroad. — 4'/g U. 
Teufen (2752'; Linde, 20 beds from 3, D.l'/,, P. from 9 fr. ; Hecht, 
12 heds), a maauFactaring village of 4726 inhab., with view of the 
Sentis chain. — At (6'/i M.) Buhler {2733'; ROsgli) we are joined 
by the road from Trogen (p. 64). 

8V, M. Gais. — HoTBLS. KTont, 45 beds (torn 3V,, B. J'/„ I., or 
11.4. P. front OfT.; FdOce, 12 beds; Rothaeh, 90 beds; HxTsch, 19 bedx. 

(?ais(3077'), a village of 2788 inhab., treqnented for the whey 
cnre, is pleasantlj sitnated amid pastures at the foot of the GilbriB 
(sec above), which is ascended hence in */, hr. To the N.E. I?!, hr.) 
is Ihe view-point of Sommertberg (3868'), with a restaurant. 

The fiiBl atop iH HebTig, tar tb'e patb to tbe SainmerHberg. — 1%. ^ton 
(3130'; Inn), with a celebisted *View of the Khine Vstley, the Vorirlbetg, 

victgry of the MO Appeozellers uodei Rudolf voa Werdeubere over 3000 
troops of the Archduke Frtdericlt and the Abbot of Si. Gall (1405). — ' 
The railway deecends in wiudingB to <4i/, U.) AUttOtten Toan, whetin 
il procesd* to (B^, M.) Alumtl^n Station (p. 30). 

The tramway passes several unimportant stations and finally 
crosses the Sifter. — 13 M. Appetaell, see p. 6(!, 

Herisau (2552'; Rail. Restaurant; Lttwe, 25 beds; Btorch, 15 
beds; Tonhalle), capital of the half-canton Ausaer-Rlioden, with 
1.^,015 inhab., manufactures embroidery. It Ilea in the valley ot 
ttie Gla/i, between the Soaenbety (2851') on the N., the Rogaibmy 
(2989-) on the W., and the Lidzentaad (2il95') on tiie E. Kniiied 
castles crown the two former hills. 

To tbe N.E. ii the convalescant home uf HeiHrichibud IS.'iSS'; ISO beda, 
F. front 1 fr.), nndei telieleDg snapices. -- To the a.V/. [4Vi_U.; dili- 
geocB twice dailr) is the besUh-wiotl of SchtoeUbrunit (3189'; Harmonie ; 
Krens; SenlisbJiok). 

1 M. waen. — 2'/i M. Waldetatt (2677 ' : Kurbaus Hirsob, 
80 beds ; Hat.-Pens. Sentisblick, 30 beds), in a sheltered situation, 
with a chalybeate spring. HundtoU, a village 2 M. to the E., is 
the place of assembly for Ausser-Bhoden, alternately with Trogen . 
(comp. p. 64). — S'/j M. ZUTchersmOble, in the valley *il *« 
Frnasch. — 6i/, M. UmiBob (2710'-, ^Lnmss, ^6\, "ft^iiii^SV. \ ■ 
village of 3202 inhabitants. '^'V^ff 



A DUTDW roul 4aceBda th« UmIkb-Tu, put tbe (•& hr.) BoMifall 

Inn (ails'), to (H/i-K/. hr.) ths Hdtal KritMrll ISBM'; 10 Cedi), t. )u>ttb- 
reiort. freqneuted tUo tor wiater- gports, betntlfoll}' aitDiUd neu tbe 
Kittisni Pub (p. et|. Thence to the lop of the Seatie (!>/, bn.l, aee p. 88. 

The railway crosses the Umllsch and describea ■ sharp carve 
to tbe E., into tbe ralley of the Kronbaeh. — 8'/i M. Jakobibad 
(2874'), «itb a chalybeate spring (Enrhaus, 60 beda, P. Irom 9 fr., 
open Jnne-Oct.)- — 10 M. Gonlm (2962'; LOwe, 10 beds), — 11 M. 
OotOenbad (2920'; Knrhaua, 50 beds), with a rartio-actice chaly- 
beate spring. Then we croaa the deep valley of the Katibftch by an 
iron bridge and descend to — 

13 M, Appenzell. —aucax. Bccht. so bed. ftnm S'/fc D. 4V., P- 
from ID fr, ; LOvx, ii beJn ; Seiitii, lO beda ; Krone, ID heda. — Rettaii- 
rant Poit, with beda. — Ekqciby OriicE by the atalion. 

Appeivseli (2595'; pop. 5173), in the wide valley of the Sitt&r, is 
the capital of the biK-canton Inner- Rhaden, where, on tbe 'Landsgc- 
meinde-Plata', alt burghers entitled to vote meet on the last Sanday 
in April to elect their authorities aad to enact laws. Hand and 
machine embroideries arc made here. The modern-Gothic Mauri- 
titts-Kirche, with »n ancient tower, (he Mafhaut, and the maaenm 
in the Schloas arc worthy of note. A pretty walk leads on the 
right bank of the Sitter, passing below the railway bridge. 

The Skhtis Eailwav (see p. 63) diverges to the right from 
tbe dais line, and, following the highroad, crosses the Sitter. — 
IV4 U. Steinegg (2638'; Knrhaus Sleinegg, 30 beds; Pens. 

SM.Weiaabftd.— Ho™La."Kurft<.M,1001iedef™niSV„l).ltr.B0B., 
Ii.t'/t. D.6% P. fioni II fr.. with exlenaive wooded EioDnile; Bil-Pene. 
Bdvtdere, 30 beda from », B. IVi, L. S'/i, 1». »V|. P- a'/s *'■ : WeuibadbrOckt, 
llbedsi (^«ule, Ubeda. — eniDsa (not fiprilflcitedj. Koch snd Koster it 
Weiaebail, Bnech (father and aonl and Weiabaupl at Schweodc. 

Weigshad (2690'), a summer and winter-sport resort, liea in a 
aheltercd spot at the conflnence of the three sources of the Sitter, 
the Schweudibach (S.), Weitgback (S.W.), and BriUback (S.E.), 
The walks in the environs are marked by finger-posts. 

For the Wildklrchli (1^/, hr. ; guide 5 fr., nnneoeaaary) we follow 
the road on the right side of the W^eissbach valley and after 20 mill, 
ascend to the left to the (35 min.) Rubsitz Inn on the Eugst (3530') 
and to (20 niin.) the W. slope of the Bommen Alp. We next ascend 
tbrongh wood (0 the right, and in 10 mtn. to the left. Near the 
(20 min.) Ascka- Inn (4790'; 12 beds; view and excellent echo) is a 
memorial-tablet to Scheffel (pp. 22,58 ; corap. his novel 'Ekkehard'). 
A few min. more bring na to the *WUdkirehIi (4845'), 1 chapel 
of St. Michael, in a grotto (33' wide), commanding a view of the 
deep Seealp-TW, and, to the left, of the Lake of Constance, Swabia, 
and Bavaria. The former hermitage is now an inn. — A cavern, 
150 yds. long (the landlord provides a light, 7i fr.), leads from the 

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The snow-cUd *8entiB or SUniU <S!15'), the higbest aautaia 
in the Mentis or Alpgtein granp, is ascended from WuMmmoi in 
4'/, hre. tiuide 10 tr., uiiDecessary for experts. The agaal ronte, 
beginning beyond the station to the left, ascends the £ateMite^, 
tbrongb the HUttaitobel, to (40 min.) the Hlitten Alp (3996'; Biilk) ; 
'/, hr. farther np is the Schrennai HiU (4786'). A nam* path 
nov skirts the Schrainen, or shelving pastares of the Qloggeren, 
affording beantifnl glimpses of the Seeslp-See far below and of the 
Sentis and Altniann. Then over the Sfockegg (503S') to the C/jhr.) 
Jtfi^jiis./Up(4985';inn, aObeds), inapictnresqnebusin. [Shorter, 
bntflt only for those exempt from dizziness, is the ascent from the 
Seealp-8ee to the (I'/j hr.) Megglis Alp (gnide neceasaiy, parti- 
cnlarly in descending).] From the Megglis Alp to the Bmnmit 
(2-2'/, hrs.) the well-constructed path ascends in steep ligaagB to 
the right, and (hen climbs the slope of the Kuhmad to the S.W. to 
the (1 hr.) Hiniere Wagf^Ucke (6785'; shelter-hnt), whence it 
crosses some snotr to (I'/tbr.) ihn SerUi* Inn (8087'; 85-10 beds; 
often crowded, early arrival advisable). On thesnmmiloftheSentis, 
to which a path monnts io steps, is a meteorological station. The 
**View extends over N.E. and E. Switzerland, the Lake of Con- 
stance, Swabia and Bavaria, the Tyrolese Mts., the GriBons, and 
the Alps of Urt, Glarns, and Berne. 

Dusnent from tha Sanlia to WiWtaia oi Vnttnaxiier (S'/H hn.; red 
'wmy-markB; Ruide 10 fi., nuceaaary for those liabla Id dizzinflia). About 
'U nr. ftom Ihe inn we divatge to tha right froin the Lyaengiat ronte (see 
below) and drjsceDd by i ste«p pith to tbe {I'l, he.) Schafboden (£660'; inji) 
and over tbe me» Alp {iSSff) to tbe (•/, br.) Thtinciet [89861. Thance we 
may proceed lo the left viithe Gompiat Mp [*!B61 to |1V, hr.) WOdhaua, 
or to (be right, vil the KUhboien, to (i hrB.) Untericaster in the Towen- 
bn«! Ip. 62).— From the Seolis lo the AUtaann (p. 61) by the arfite oTthe 
Lysengrat oi KOiberleiitit {vin-iafta) aud the RoMein Pael (6Kb'), S hre., 
not difficult for eipert« (guide 30 tr.). 

Mouuliineera may combine a viail to the Wildkirchll (p. 66) with tbe 
laeent of the Sentia (7-8hr8.i guide neeesaary, iSlt.). The iath leads 
from tbe Aacber Inn (p. 66) high above tbe Seealp-8ee. vitl the WeegenMp 
and the GaitplatU:, to the Altea Alp (6316'), and continnea paat the 
«JnM(6t»(M710'). viithefordersH'offCTWcfeeand the OhrHSatttlieilW, 
whence the ascent of tbe Ohrli-Kopr, 7i!6', maybe aceompliahed in '/, hr. 
by eiperlB, guide 23 fr.), to the Hoctuiiederca-Sattel {mi'; foaaila), and 

Sat the base of the Gii-en»pit= (8040'), and over the N. argla Jaee below) to 
e summit. — Fbou UbhIbch (p. 66; guide, Joh. Kef-Oieer, 16 tr., not 
eaaential for eiports free from giddlneae) lo the Senlia, tlTirs. A bridle- 
path leads paat IhB (1'/, hr.) KTaUerli /nn (3650'; p, BS) to tba (if, hr.) 

•lope {rich flora) in endleas 'ligiage to tho first mounliin-lerraoe. ^t than 
sscenda sharp to the right to OieFHetbord-Sattei and the (8 hrs.) Thier- 
Kiea 7nn <eS36'; 8 beda and hiy accommodation for 26). Thence we proceed 
up the ridge of the Qraukopf {I2&5'] and over a loug locky slope (red 
way-marks), finally in zigz^a to the a!rSte helween Ihe Sireuepiti and tha 
Sentis; hence to the right over the N. arftc, by a flight of stops 140 yda. 
long, io tho (I'/, hr.) summit. 


19. From Rorsohaob to Coire. 

*1 U. Pedmai. lUiLWiT in S-*/, h«. (16 fr. !0, 10 h. 60, 6 tr. 90 e.|. 

BortchachrHafea, see p. 33. — Vi M. Ronchaeh-BaknKof. The 

train sUrtB the lake st first. To the right, the chateau of Wartegg 
(p. 33). — 2'/i M. Stood (Anker; Schiff), a pictnresqae pUce with 
qnarriee of white aaudBtooe and a harbour. Heiden (p. 63) is ecen 
to fte right on the hill. Farther on is the chiktean of WeinhnTg, 
(2M. from Staad, '/, H. from Kheincch; park always open), at the 
foot of the vine-clad Buchberg. The line traverses a fertile delta 
formed bj the deposits of the Jikine. 

5M. Hbeiaeok (1320' i Ochs; Rheinecker Hof), a small town 
at the foot of Tine-clad hills (2362 inhab.). A bridge croaaes the 
Rhine to ffaiMOU in Vorarlberg. 

Diligence fonr tintee daily to (1V(M.) Ihot (1344'], in iodnelriBl plica 
with 87O0inhib., it tbo foot of the Bncbbe^ (see ibovc). — Motur-Qirft-Din 
"■ ■ ' Id Woif AoMen tf "-"-- --- -■ 

desoent BO a.). .The t ._. _. . . . . _. .__ 

bridge (eleotria trimwiy in S min., iO c). The line, 13SS yds. in length, 
passes IhroDgb two lunnele and croaaes (he SuderbacA tbree times. 

'WalB«DllauHeil [iiST; HBl. Kurhaus, with lerrace and eolphur-bitbi, 
60 bedi from S, B. l"/„ L. ot D. 4, P. from 10 fr, ; Hat.-Pena. Bbeinbnrg, 
with twiaoe, 60 beds; Birsch, 40 beds; Linde, 30 beds; Pene. Friedheim), 
a viilam of SOOO inhab., viaited in anmnier and for wintcr-apotta. Fine 
views fplsn of paths at Ibe atalion) from the Soaenberg (aseO"! '/( bi.; 
inn, SO beds), tbe*QebhaTdiltllheiino';; reatiDrinl; 10 min. below. 
Hot. Pilke, SObede), the FromiearUtH'lti^'-h •'"1 ^SSe (1 hr.]. — A road 
runa along the hillside lo the (1 U.) nunoerv oE Oriminenatetn (ilSb'; 
L(i«el. It conlinnea (o the ('/, U.) u6l. :ur Linde, whence a footpath di- 
ve^es to the left, over the ridge, to (10 min.] the •Ueldees (2115'; inn) a 
rocky promontory it the angle of the Rhine valley, eommanding I splendid 
view of the Vorarlberg and Appeuiell Alpa. We may deacend lo (Vi hr.) 
Ah or (■;, hr.) St. Xargretben. 

T'/j M. 8t, Margrethen (J329'; Rail. Restaurant; H81. Villa 
MuUcr; Linde; Ochs; 8oane; Restaurant GletscherhOgel, '/4M. to 
the W., with view), with 3170 inhab., is the junction (custom -h on ae) 
of the line to Bregeni (p. 30), which intersects the wide eafaary 
of the Rhine. The winding course of the river, which often caused 
serious damage, was regulated in 1893-1905 by the combiocd 
efforts of the Swiss and Austrian governments. 

The Coire train skirts hills covered with vineyards and or- 
chards, and from Heldiberg to Monntein mns between the river 
and abrupt rocks. 

9'/, H. Aa (1329'; Rail Bestanrant; Schiff; ROssli), at the foot 
of the Meldegg (see above; 50 min.). To the left, the snow-clad 
Scesaplana; farther off, the Drei Schwestem ; to the right, the Kamoi; 
and the Hohe Kasten. To the W., in a Tina-olaA ^»»va,\'^et l^■».^ ■ 
Berneek (1380'), connected by tram witti ilUU.'t'ws'ii. Vs.'I'i-, ^"^ 

70 I. H.i».-Kai>», ALTSTATTKN 

iii7,-l hr., 8i> c.) and Ly m.,(nr-car witL ileiilca (8ea.p. 63; 6 M.)- 
— 11 M. Ifivrbria/r/; 13 M. Itrbsteln-Mnrbarh. 

l<i'/,M. Alt0tstteD'14SO';pnp.S9£O: Drel KGnige, 30 beds 
Tnim 3'/(, J'- J f f- : NiilBgrn; Frciliori, a prusperoQS little town. 
Thrijugbafpiixcoii iberijfht iiecpstheHuntis, idjoiniof thePihnem. 
Tu iIlp right ih the Nuiinfrv of tbr Good Shepherd (orphtuisge). 
Trum tu BerDPck, sev p. ii!l;'tD Gm\ Bee pp. 63, 6S. 

2(1 M. Oberriff (UiHT). On a hill to the right it the square 
lower of IhH castle c,f B(n/Mi. — 23 M. ffff/Aj. — 27'/i M. Soic/i- 
Sfiiiiwald (I440'). 

Ancenl of tlip (/«»»■ A"Hil(rii,J-4V. hrn., bb* p.fii. — Tn H>f«lnK/ (p. W). 
II km., with guiili', in snliioiia villi fniai SeniiwoM, vil tfazud the J<ajvr 
I.Uekt (MIS'), piHHing IliP fYlA/CH and /<Jiiiili« lakr- (eanp. )h Ul). 

29 M. Haofi-Oamii. (tn thp right apiiears 111-' castle of WVrdcii- 

a2M.Buehs(14T.V;]{iiil. KeBtauraiit; llr^t. Kha-i>u, 25 hed^: 
Traill,!!; (Jriiiieck), with 4578 inhai)., is tin- junrlinn (eu« 
nf the Vorarllierg tiailway to Kelilltirch, lim.sbrui'k, ami Vienna. 
About ahrs.W. above Kuchu is the IKtH £ Kiirluiui Baduerberi/ 
(3675'; 80 beils, ]'. from K fr.), aplendidlj' sitaated in wooded en- 
virons. From Huchs to Nessluu and Wil, sec K. IT. 

35 M. SoT81on(15i2'; Traube; Drei KOuige; Schweiierhaus), 
a village of S005 iahabitanU. On the left, beyond the Rhine, is 
Vadiii (pop. 1 142), the capital of the principulily of IJechteastein, 
dominated bj the castle of Vaduz and the serrated DreiStAwetlerti 
(6965')- — Farther on, to the right, rises the ruined castlo of 
Wartau (2185'). To the left, on a hili on the right bank of the 
Rhine, near Baltstrg, U (be rain uf GtUtenberff. 

39 H. Trabbank (1575'; Hftt. Bahnbof), 

Road (diligence) fioai Trabbacli vil OV>M.) Atzi-ooi (1630'| 
lam (taa*-) to {t'I^Oberarhan{iil!>': Hflt. ° — ».j— >.. n— n._ 
thence it is i hrs. walk la the Palfrii 

Icemv. p. G3). — The Oonzeo (noift'), anoiaing ■ uietuceaai: 
the Khine, Sen:, and Wei»ia»iicu Talltya and of thr Wa1enji.», ■■ aati 
Mcended from TrDbhach igaiie i! tt.y. vil Atimoos tu (1>/, hr.) the Kur- 
Itaut Altier <SI81'), the libra.] Rielalp Hut IbllT), and (>/, hr.) the «nii 
mit. The aicent m, hrs.) tmm SaiginN. via Prit, h more laboriooi. Oi 
ths alone of the Oonzee, !Vi hrs. troiu Trtlbbaeh, is the JfurAaw Oohmi 

The railwBj-pnibankment skirts the projecting SchoUberg. 

42 M. Bargans (1500'; Rail. Reataorant, good; Hdt. Bahnhof, 
BObedB,good;Schwefelbad, 40 beda; Kebatock; Krone; LOwc),JDnc- 
tion of thcZfirich line (p. 53). The little town (pop. 1491), ViM, to the 
W. of the station, is dominated by the picturesque old CMtle, once 
the seat of the Counts of Wcrdenberg-Sargana and from 1460 to 
179S of the Confederate bailiffs, who ruled the whole Bhlnt Talley 
. from theSplDgcn to the Lake of Conatanee. Ja 1899 it «u restored 
by the (own and equipped with old furniture (wine ivataarant in the 


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7i I. R. so. -Hap, p. 10. pFU^EKS. Ennmniuf 

which rJBca the ipring, fluwing at the rale of abunt 660 galluns 
per minotc. The pellaeid water (100° Fahr.), free from taatc and 
smell, 13 rerj slightly impregnated with carbonate of lime, chloride 
of sodiam, and magnesia. Its nse is hencfirial in rhenmatir, nerrons, 
and acrofalona affections. The spring «u diaeoTered in 1038, and 
in 1242 holes in the rock were adapted for bathera. About 1365 
the earliest bath-boaae was erected, traces of «hich may still be 
aeen on tbe rocke aboie the shaft. The patients at that period 
were let down by ropes. 

Fboh TBI BxTBJS TO tai \ ih\.t.<>m orPri»u(iVtlii.J. The path (Rreen 

— -'- ■■-■- -indingi OB the lefl lids or tho Taller; iftet, by a 

- " - - - ■ ■ * • ■ - Vilenii [u« below), wa 
' I SattiTat Bridge, SSO' 
n ths right bank, ci ■■ ~ 

guide-iiii*t, whence the pith to Ibe ligbt leada 
aesoead lo the left - ' " -■ '■-- ■"---- 

in.) reBtaaruil (open 
le led, tbrong* ---'-- 
the (>/,h[.) road, » min. trom the lilltge o:~ 

sammeT onl;) and thence fsllon the fsol 

i of'pftte"! 

A cable railway (p. 72], starting from behind the HBtcl Hof 
Bagati, SBCenda in 10 min. (gradient 27 : 100), and a road in */, hr., 
to l^^ H6tel- Pension Wartmgtdn {iiGS' \ p. 72), a health-resort 
with a garden -restanrant, affording a riew of the Rhine Valley as 
far as the CnrGrsten to the N.W. Below are the min uf Warten- 
tttiit and (he Chapet of Sf. George. The carriage-road goes on 
to (SO min.) tbe Village of FtAtara (3735'; Idler, 15 beds from 
2Vi, B. 1 tr. 80 c., L. S'/i- O- * '"■■. LOwe, Tanbe, all with garden 
restanraiits). The Benedictine abbey of Pfifera, fonnded abont 721 
by St. Pirmin and secularised in 1838, was conrerted into a Innstic 
asylum (St. PiTmimherg) in 1847. The buildings date from the 
17th centnry. The TaftW (2765'), V, hr. N., affords a fine view. 

EiccBsiosa FBou Rioiiz [way-macks ibomid). — The Ouiohakopf 
(2163'), a wooded hill to the eight of (he entrance to tbe Tnuiina Tilley, 
may he reached in 'U hr., either hy a path ascending to tbe left beyond 
tbe Het.-Pena. Flori, or by one divereing from the road to Vl lone (com p. 
tbe Plan and below). Fine view cf Racat:, tbe Rhine Valley, the Appenzell 
and PiK^n Uta., tbe Monteluna, the Calanda. and the FllkniH. — To 
Maienfeld i}ff br.), by road over the Bbine bridge; lo the Lusiengtfiff 
(p. 11), palb by the railway-bridge I'/ihr., road yft Malenfeld I'/.hr. To 
the PrStigaa (Seei™, cto.), see p. loa. 

•Piziauil 14860'), 3-3'/thrB., easy (guide 10 fr., uonecesBary). From 
([ hr.) the village of Pfsferi we either follow the VSttia roid to (40 mia.) 
a point 130 yde, short of Bagol (p. 75), &Dd then a road leading partly 
through wood vii Ji^rggcU lo (I'/ibr.) St, Margrelenberg (ilSW); ot fiom 
tbe Adler we take the direct but eleeper foutpith to the left (red way- 
raarksl. From St. Ma^reteoberg we ucend to tbe left (red marka), Snally 
by iron etcpB, to the C/ibr.) top, whjeh eommands a Bpleodid view of 
tbe Rhine valley, Rbteticun, etc-A eimilar view is commanded by Ibe 
Trioteli [4790'), the path to which divergea to the left frum llie Vuih 
road, 20 min. from the village of FfKfere, and aacenda mostly through 
— -'*- the (Sbta.) top. 

A road (fineviewai diligence lo Vatens i 
■lira., Sfc. S0c.)_aatend-i W., h 

_...,_. , high above Ihc Tamina Rorge, to (W/iM.) 

Valerui(S01B'; HSt. Pii Sol; Frobainn; guides, Job, and Guet. Hnppl. It 
tbcn erosHen the Tschenner ScMucht, a deep rocky cleft in the HUhletobel, 


Itagale. YlTTIB. »«i«, »>. 70, ««• - J- B. W. 75 

ty(»V..)VateHlSO*a'; ion), vbence it pniceedii throBgh th^ Timina talk;, 
>ut (lie BiuaU electricily worki, to the (>/, hrO Vtttia road (see below). 
--AHeot of the Vaaanekopf (66IB'), f^'° Valene, euv (S'/i btit.; gnide 

,, „ , ... - •Montoluna (TS660, 

A>/.lm. fromVlaOn by the .^n Vinddt (bilff), also ^ '-- -"-- 

r-"... -.scent of'Piae--" "■"■'- ■'- 

(goide 18 ft.). — The ascent of 'Pia Sol {BS46-), the highest of the Graue 
BOmer, ia not diffioull toi eipcrta (7 bra. ; guide IS fr.|. From Ragali wa 
aeoend vii Alp Pardiei in «•!, hra., or from Valpna vii the Lsaa Alp (gee 
above] in HI, hn to the Pie Sal Hut at the S.A.C. (7!SS'; accommodation 


TeriolAlp (see belawj ta VOtH), i 
dilian) to Mdi (p. 6S), 01 til the . 
(p. 63; guide 30 fr.). 

Fboh R*o*ri TO ViiTia, 9 M., diligence twice daily in 2'/\ lira,, 
back in 2V,hra.; 5fr. 15 c.; carr. 26fr., for 3 or 4 pera. 40 fr.). 
Tbe mud leads vii (2 H.) the village of P^fera (p. 74), and then 
on the £. side of (be deep Tamina valley (picturesque views). Wc 
pass the honsca of (3'/i M.) Ragd, and (4'/, M.) Vadura, beyond 
which wejoin (20 mJD.) the road from VasBn(r.; see above). To the 
left rise the precipitooB elopea of the Calanda. The valluy expands 
•/, ht. before we reach — 

Vattle—HOTILS. IicrcAe, BObeds, F. from ei/,fi.; Oilnin^o, 30 beda ; 
Sur/uauMplna, 45 beda, P. from 6<h !'■ : Tarniim, F. from 8 fr. — Qiinsa. 
Joi. Hpreober, P. Vogler. 

V(Uti» (8120'), a village situated at the \V. foot of the imposing 
Calanda (p. 398) and at the mouth of the Catfeisen-Tal (see below), 
is a anciinier-reBaTt. Between the Tamina and the Gflrbsbach ia the 
Blihl, in a larch wood (benches). 'Walks may be taken to (30 min.) 
Vidameida, with a view of the Sardona Glacier, and to tlie (1 hr.) 
Gnapperkopf (3S7S'), a deserted silver mine, «'here interesting 
minerals may be tonnd. 

:iiT«. £l>iuil(1?10^, vi^lhcRauiui: Alp in < hra., eaav (guide ISti.); 
•(SiOO), vil the VUtner Alpli in Shra., likewiae eaay (guide 
la ir.j; i,aiiayluim (98700, vii tbe Calvina Alp in li hrs., HasiRortiiihom 
eSif) and Pis Sol (Pis<A: eee above), via the Teraol Alp Hnt (6661') 

Mme. The PanHraMriier {VlfiiO and 10,190'; J-8 lira. ; guide 36 tr.) are 
beat ascended from the 8. by the flrnaaalp mJ the Lavoi-Tal.— Qtlanda 
'- -■■''—•■ '--g. ; guide !3 tr.], toilsome. Tbe «KinB6lBpitB or Pix Bargiat 

(10,665'; 8-9 bra. ; guide 4S, with deacent to Films nr Elm bb fr.) ia difficult, 
for eiperti only. The ascent ia uanally m»de from de N. vil IheC"* 
Tal and the (Wi-3 tra.) Schraa-Wieilt Hut oftheS.A.O. (6t;76'i t 

. The aacent fiom the S.E, (Runk 

Ti for 16), and tbunce by the Qlagfr Otacier or t)ic Ritiegg to tbe 
" ' ■.-...-. . . ., . ^ T. ..r. .jj Oronalp 

, d the Itaj 

iO ho. The panartma from the aummit ia the flneet in F,. Switzerland. 
Fboh VjlTTia to Beichehau (S7, bra.). The route, practicable for car- 
riagea, aaeenda the valley of the QOrbibach to the chalete of A'uniteia near 
the (ihra.) Kunkola Paas (*M»']. [About !hts. E., on the 8. ft(a™ -.^ 
the Oalanda, is the Taminaer Alple (66391, 'it^i " sa^ei^i ■^\b-«.\ ^iiw. 
the paaa wc tuio ahrnptij to the left and entot Oie aea\o n^ \JX VtyV 


76 I.R.I1.-Xapt,pp.44e,4a. NiFELS. 

(About G ni<B. U the right at thr path a unperb Tic* bT tlit Bhiov Villcv 
uky liS ubtiined.] UciHiit by a Dirrov roul to Tunilut (p. tvi). 

TsoM ViTTiii TO PiJiu, JO lira, (guide M frA trying bat remnnptalivp. 
A Durlige-Toid ucendi tbe saperh OaUeisen-Tal to tha W., Til (I Im. 
Rt. Jfartfn IllSO*! lud tbe Malanter Alp, to (i hn.) tbe Sardona Alp ^l>^K•) 
wbcuce > Bteep and laboiiout uilh leads to the left to tha (t bn.) Trinsei 
Furka 181(161, to the N.E. of the Trin«r Horn |aee below). We desceni; 
to the Triater Alp and Totmd tbe R. oide ot tbe Flimiei Stein (p. ten 
paat tbe Borgia and Fidaa alpi; or wo may akirt the Trinaec Bom to the 
right ud reach Plims vi* Segiien Sura and the Segna Hut. — About IVi hr 
above Iha Sardooa Alp (41^6 bri- from VHtlia; gnide IS fr.), ia IhR Bar- 
dxinaHut of the S.A.C. (iJM'; kepi by H. :U. Kohler; anomniudatioi 
for iS], vhenoe ire may climb tbe jKi HardoTia or Saureiutock (I0,()au'; 
ShiB.; gnlda St fr.), (be Orotae ScHeibe (8686'; Shra.; guide 90 fr.), the 
FUSfgnel(l<i,lW; i'lfhra.; gaide SSb.j, mi tbe TYinttr Horn oi Pi: ni-li 
(rose'; S-S'/ah".! KoiJe SO fr.|. Oomp. pp. 88, IM. 

21. From Znrich to Glams and Linthal. 

as M. UuLWAf to Glarua, 43'/, M. io l*/,-«>/i bra. (8 ti. B, S fr. i5 c.) ; 
Lintbal. lU M. in V. br- (1 fr. 8&, 1 fr. N c). — Fronj 

Weeaen lo Glan 

To {35Vs M.) Zieyetbriivke, see pp. 45-47. We cross the Lintt 
Canal (p. 50). 37 M. Nieder-Urnen {XHl' \ Hineralbad Nieder 
nrneD; to tbe Hirzli, see p. 47) atid 06er-t7rn«i (1440' ; Qnellen- 
hof), two manufacturing Tillages. 

39 M. NafeU-Moltit, jnnction for s branch-line (eertice sus 
pended) to (S'/j M.) Weeseri (p. 49,. Nafels (1444' ; 2884 inhab- 
Schwert, 20 beds from 3, D. 4Vj fr. ; SchflUenhof), wilh a Oapuohii 
monagterj and a beautiful church, Njifels and Ober-Urnen are tb( 
only Koman Catholic Tillages in Canton Glarna. The Frailer Palaci 
(1G40-4S), uov the parish offices and a poor-house, contains sonit 
interesting Renaissance roouiB and, on the ground-floor, a collectioi 
of local antiqnitiea (adm. 50 c). On April 9th, 1368, the nativei 
of GlaruB here shook off the Austrian yoke (comp. p. xxxiil]. In th< 
Raatifdder, where eleven attacks took place, stand eleven memoria 
stones, near the easternmost of which a monument was erected it 
1866 (memorial service on the first Thurs. in April). — On the righ 
hank of the Eschcr Canal lies Mollis (1470'; LOwe; Hotel £ 
Hineralbad, Bmin. from the station), a thriving induafrial villagi 

From MoUii over the Kerenzerberg to MaUthom (3 hnt.], aee p. 61. - 
Tbe BautljpitE (14B3'), Iho aommit of the Wiggit Chain, is tHccndei 
from tHieU in &</rO bra. with guide (IS fr. ; iDtereatiDg; no dMoulty). Oi 
the right bank of the Rautiback, with its numerous falls, we laeend io lig 

leads through wood and past tU Ha»U^-tiee (S«OT vi* Ihe SiederSee Ali 
(Kurhaua OberseeUL. plsiu) to the U hr.) charming Obertee (3SS6'; ion) 
We skirt this lako to ihe left aod aecend through wood to the Orappli AI2 
(4IS0') and (» bra.) SauHMpibiW; shelter-hut), lud (hen to the left ii 
Ihra. more to tbe top (beautiful view).— A rooky arftte Ibr. long, traveiaei 
by a diziy path, eoaneets the Baatiapiti with tbe Soheye (74!a'), whieh i 
■acendad alio from Vorauen or Riohisao [p. U) vi& the Langenegg Alp (4 bra.) 


DigniodD, Google 

78 I.<9,P-7e. LIirrHAL. JVOTiWrIA 

EOt.Bahnhof; Adlcr), with 2446 inhab. aiul large factories, liea at 
Ihe month of the Semf-Tal (p. S5). Pretty walk (road Til Tkm 
in Vi hr., direct path 25 jnin.] to StAwandi (2360' ; ElMcb}, with 
a Bplendid view of the TDdi gronp. 

We cross the Linth- — 47 H. Nidfvm-Haden (1864'); to the 
£., %hr. higher ap, is the plain Kurkaut Tatmeiiberg (3035'; 
fiew).— 48VtM. LeaggeJbach (HOflibad, with restaurant), with t. 
8ne waterfall on the right. — 49M. iMchtingen-HaizingmliSlS'). 

The ObeFblegl-B«« {teeff), il the toot ot Che Blcbietock (p. U), U 

__._. ... ... ?___ „.i_._Y= . !___. _.. .... g„~e„ xt (6479') 

jrOTdfnrn; dBuceiit 

eiohed in Ihts. Trom Schwindi (see ibove) lil the Oumen Mp (btlV) 

ij the BdabUcIa Alp and BraumcaUl to (S hn.) ^'facMisr^ (lee below; 
from th« lake S,Wt (o«»cdH the pinee, then follow tbe red w«y-iDuk. 
lloog the looki). Viewe of the Pceiberge, TSdi giou;!, etc. 

We cross the Linth to (50 M.) Dmbach-Betichwanden (1953') ; 
on the left, the pictoresqne double fall of the Bieabach. 

The Saaabers fKI'l. 1 Bpnr of the n-;<ba-efiange, and the BfltxlBtoOk 
(16771, behind it, are aaoended riom Betiehwuiden, BSti, or Liathal in 
V/thn. (guide Ififr.J; striking view. — Kftrpbtook [noeUcOrpf, ViMt: 
T"/, hrt.; guide 87 (r.), (or e.nerti only, vii Bodinen Alp, KMtal, «nd 
the S&rpf 01 Legler Hut ot the S.A.O. (1447'; ■ccommodstiim foe SB; 
■dm. Wo.). Comp. p. se. 

Bejond (51'/, M.) RUti (2014'; Adlerj we cross the Linth for 
the last time. 

&3 H. lAnlhal, the terminus, is on the left bank. To the N. 
{"/. M.) are the former Baths of Stachelberg (2178'; snipbnrons 
alkaline spring). Superb view ot the head of the vallej: on the leflr, 
up the Durnach-Tal, the Hansstoch (10,341'); in the centre the huge 
Selbsantt (9935') with tbe Gries Glacier, adjoined b; the snow-clad 
Biferteustock (11,240'); to the right the Gemsistock {7980') and 
adjoining it part ot the TOdi (1 1,887') ; between the Tedi and Bifer- 
tenstoch (11,340') the snow; crest culminating in the BOndnerTBdi 
(10,250') and Piz Drlann (11,060'), from which the Biterten filacier 
descends; on the eitreme right the Eammcrstock (7100'). 

Above the station, on the left bank of the Linth, is Ennetlintk, 
with large spinning-mills. On the right bank lies ('/« hr.) ~ 

Iilathal. — HoTET.B. Bote, i& hods, F. from 9 tc; iioAnAo/-, SO bedi ; 
Drei Eidgenoiten, tibedazTBdijAdUr, P. trom S fr.; Eiauien,lSbeAa.— 
Quidbb: Joet ZweiFel, Andreaa Stileei, Jao. DDrat, Arnold Kaapkri, Hein- 
rich ud Rnd. Zweifel, Qeorg StrrilT, The l.tnlhal gnide.s' Urilla appl; 
■laa to Tieitehd (p. 79). 

Lmthai (3136'), a large village with 19G3 iuhab., is k frequented 
Bommer-reaort. A pretty walk (Ihr.) diverges to the right from tbe 
Tierfebd road, 5 min. beyond the church, and descends across the 
Linth to the lower FiUsclAach Fall, where we cross the Fltsch- 
bacb and retnrn by the left bank of tbe Linth. The superb middle 
fall is best viewed from the Elanaen road (see p. 81), reached by 
• footpath to the right from the lower fall ('/ibr. ; Ramis Inn). 

AaCBin. KaJOmeratook (71001, Til the ffammwAty and OeiaWrtH 
a 4V, hra., repaying [gnida 14 ii.)_Oenufa7TenBtaok[B7bS'), BVihn. 

L... _ __. 

I Mcod Oraa^ w«ai, enuing tbe Sehreimbach ind puBiog the Allti 

hUmOMt.- TIERVBUD. ll«fiii,pp.-s,, 

to, wtlb iMMBt to Uracrboden 31 fr.), not ilifflcnlt. From i 

aaa tuoogB ■<■«■■ anuing ue orMTaenoaca ie 

• ant tb« 'Bttf (nnea) of tho (rnUmbaeA, ' 

■'- -"— -■- "ootpmth uceada 11110115 '.'" '""" '" ""' '■'" 

hitg)riaeit*jSa!arSiSiiiek: tbta oVei the CU'rldfn'')Uci<!r lad tlis 
atmu/Jkren jDOtfeiOT totlVrltm.) tha inmmit. Ueicest by Ilia OhI-ouii 
to (Xlm.) Ilia lAner Amdobi (p. 80), ot by the IHtitca IMaa mini-) and 
amfHtierJlp to (»■;■ hn.) Ui« Unurbodnt (it. SlJ.-'i'he Cluidin Hut 
b aba Aa ■UrHna-pvuit for tba aaoenta ot the Qcittbumtlork- (ailW; 1 br. 1 
gnlde M fr.), Iha Foniers ud BinUre SpUsalpdMuck CBtU' and US5t'; 
>i/r3 Im. ; gold* U b.}. Ibe AKUacMRffci (10,000'^ S hiB. ; guida 33 fr. ; 
diOoalt), the aaTidaMoci(10,niO-i S>f, hn.; guide 40 fr.], tbe aiticlviranU 
(10,046'i ttra.; caida Utr.), etc. Coiup. p. 130. 

Fboh LmBAl. TO BuDnwuji, electric cable traiowiy is tumuiei in 
M uln. (1 fr. 00 e., than ud back 4 fr. 10 c). Tbe ntation (IIHfi-) ie >/, H. 
to tha B. of Ubthal itatios. The line it UVO yds. ip length, with a mai- 
iniUB gndiant ot U:100.— Braunwald |4lla-; •Eiol.-PcDi. Ali<i>Dbtick, 
idloiBUW the atatloi, 100 beds from 4, 11. t, ].. 5, U. H. P. fcom li fi. ; 
Paoa. fclteatanrut Alpina, 30 bcdi tioHi i'l,. B. t, L. 4, U. 4^'„ F. from 
10 tr.; fi mia. blitar, •Ot.-HM. Braumrald, 4SiUi-, 100 bed ■ From .1, U. li;„ 
L.e, 0.7, P. fiou Ufr.; 10 mia. tarthpi down, below Ihe atatiou, liat.- 
Pan*. Niadaiwftlukt, SITS-, 60 beds from ;<. P. from ID fr.; Ol miii. S.Vf. 
of tba atatiou, Pana. Been Vi br. N.K., UAt, llnbBulien, 4»aii'), a videl* 
■catteral Boutain Tillage, charminsly aitnitcd on s sloping leiracc |S'J4ir. 
*avf), awmc t^vu of miplca and Aa enjoys a Kplcndiil view anil ia 

To tba aif«>loSS7*«»'), l'Ahr.To"eiMe»?-.S'««V'l8)7*'/r^ ft'"™^ 
ffndffiean&ai the HSt.anbgchen IVi hr. (marked path); ta the (1>/, hr.) 
06erttai».a^tfilW) ud (ha(l hr.] OumeniGSW); line viewa ovoiy where. 
Honnlaia ucotita: BMn-er O/gitock IBOlSOi 'i^ OberBCiffel S'fi hra. (guide 
iO tr.): Ortotoek or 8Ub«rstook (89iS-), rU the BareHtrilt (07D;i1 u<l the 
JWM (niV\ e hn. [guide ib It.), watth tbe fatiRue ; Grieset or Faulsn 
(SMSry, Til tbe BBreutritt and the SHimall Hut (6S7U'; areola modal ion 
for fl), then Tit funowed slopes and the S. ari'tc (Ji/i-Hhra.i iruide !; fr,]; 
tho BBn iVuiIen (9199-; 8 hiH., guide 35 fr.), or N. pealt, ia far more difflriilf, 
A road (3 M. ; carr. 6, Iwo-burae 10 fr.) \.caAa from Litithal, at 
first aBeeBding (view ot the Fttschbach Foil, see p. 7S) and tfacn 
level, p«at Ibe H6iel Clariden on the AuenyiUer (view of the 
StAreietibaeh Fall, 246' high) to (l'/,!".) Ihe Ticrfehd. [The firat- 
path (!■/, hr.) on the left bank of the Linth 19 preferable : we diverge 
to the left from tbe EUnecn road, before the firat bend, for the 
(20 miD.) Fltachbacb Fal), then past the electricit; works to the 
(>/, hr.) Feng, Flanara, where the Clariden Hut path (see above) 
divei^eB on tbe right. Farther on we cross the (20 min.) Schrcien- 
bach and Ihc (SO min.) Linth.] 

The Tierfelid (2680'; HOt.-Pcns. TOili), a meadow nith a few 
houaeB aarrounded bj lofty nionntains, at the head of the Lintb- 
Tal> Is tbe headquarters for mountaineering excursions among the 
TOdi group. 

A tew paces from the hotel a bridge crossea the Linth. beyond 
which n good path aaeends for 25 min., then traversing a abort 
tnnnel reaches (5 mio.) lhe*Pant«Ii-Braok.e (,3%^4'V^%V i^^« 


80 I- ao"** »'■ TODI. 

the Linth g;orge, imiilBl impoging scenery. On the right bank, 
above tbe bridge, a path aafenda the slope to the left te the ('/^ hr.) 
•TTeU Alp (361 S') , which commttnda n aaperb vieir of the Tfldi. 

Iliit bsncli) N.F: by in ill-BeHned fDceBt-path to (he ;<■/, hr.) Lower 
Baumsarten Alp (fiieo'l, high iboie the Tieifehd, with i magniSeenl 
Tiev. Wo mi/ doiund a airrow «od ditiy ptth (guide iiiTJubls, but 
not to be hid i( Ibo Aln, nhicb ii nauillj deseited ii Bommer), tiiniiii« 

of the Trltt, in' (1 \r.) Obbord (M25'; atqat'oiinnil , ud Ihecce to tbe 
ilabt vi& the Aiiengllter to [1 hr.) I.inlhil. For penona enbjeet to giddiseBi 
this oicuraian is preferible in the oppoeite directioot Linth4l. Auengtlter, 
ObliuTd, QiniDgirten A1]>, Ueli Alp, Finl«n-Bmoke. — A iteep path l«d> 
K. from the Bnumgerton Alp (gniSs tdyimhle, to tbe Mattaea Rot 11 tr.) 
(long gnuy Hlopea to |1>J, hi.) thv rocke of the Tor (R^6e)■, then it bends 
to tbe tiRht to (>/, hr.) the NilKhen Alp |7t70') end, yik tbe Ifuttenirandli 
(red luerkB), iiccndB to (I'l.hi., H-7 hn. from Linlhil) the Muttaea Hot 
of the 3.A.C. {mil'; iMoinmadititin for ib) on tbe Muttm-See (S13A'), 
amid Kttni eniiroDn. The hul jb Ibe Btarting- paint tor the XlltcltenUock 
'■■—"■, 1<I, hr.i ipiide U fr.), HUcfH |«3M'i 1'/, hr.; *J fr,), StJiadrtBckti 
■; S hn,; SO ft.), Jtachi (lO.lBC; 3 hn.; it fr.l, Bauitlaft (10,810'; 

the Kuchi icroes the ice irSlo in 6 hre.. ibSr.; deseeDl by (he Pinim 

PaiB to Elm, 4G fr., see p. 8«), and JfiitifnifniriL- [10,140'; Si/rt bra.; 91 tr.). 
The Bir/TteiiUBck (11,140'), Boiled Tii the Eisten Piu and tbe Val Friaal 
ir«tD in R-S hra. [Q5-R0 fr.), and tbe HeUuanfl (Hintere U9S5', Mitllere ee»', 
Vordore »OtO'), aacended vii the KiBlen Pies, the Limn^en Qlader, ind 
^_... ^,__,__ ._ , , !._. |,j.gQ [j j^ „g ^gjj difflcoll. 

(esfiS'), 4 hn. ibove the Ticrtehd, is visited on 
n (guide, not indiaiiene.hle for eipert* 11 fr.). 
Tlie path laccDde beyond the (•/, lir.) FanteD-BiUcke to tbe right and sroaees 
the UHMieTa-Baeli. which desceude from a go^e. Farlhet on ire asocn.i 
the right bank uf the Sandbaeh, croHging the stream ifter </■ hr.; the 
K'iile path now I'lids lud vf. folloH- a narrow path wilb view of the TOili, 
flnally Ptoaeing to the right bunk again, to tSc (50 min.l Vardere Sanri- 
alp (41000. The path eroaaee the Biferten-Bach at the (20 min.) Hiiitere 
Bandalp{4S30-) and then aaceed* tbe atecp and fatifniing slope of the OcMm- 
blaiiktH, lUOO' in height, wboni the SindUch forma a line ciaoade. I.aell; 
wo rpoioB* to the left bank and reach the (S hra.) cbilcta ef the Upper 
Satulalp (alpine fare and hay-beda in Jaly aod Angnel). Flneat view 
It hr. beyond the ghalota. Knmi the lilntero Sandilp an excellent cirenlir 
tour may bo niaili,' to the (:■/, hni.l Kriilolin llut. then by a marked path 

■■- -)fhaenHloi'k ^uvr bslow) to the (I'/j hr.) [-pper SaiiiUIn, wbinro 

d tb.^ Ouhn'Dfalauken afiain to the ^1 hr.) llintere Snndalp. . 


TliP gianl nt (he lllarua AIph !.■ Iht-TCdl or 
the 'I'ierhhd 10-11 lira.! diOoKlt, (or imc" --' 

Ufr.eaeli}. ThrroatB from the [ihn.lHiL _^ . 

atevply lo lfai> left IhmdKli Ihr IHIVWiw-IW rii the mnwpltiHkeH to Iht 
m, hn.) frldvIlM /iHf of the e.A.('. [TOTC: aeennimodatiaii for »<) on th. 
«i/Men-Mp, vhenrr the (lelMrn«f ivit (Tl;t'; v[(v of the Tndl. ItifertPB- 
■lork, eta.1 may be rlinlwd ig >f| lir. Wo proiwd lo the (1 hr.) QrSH- 
Morn IlHt of the S-A.C. (IMIU'; iiTemmiHlaliim for Ii) and along the lefl 
•Ide at tbe IIS/M«h Ulafier [wlijrh ailvanved 11^ vda. Id IHJO), CTOtatn); 
ibt tSrlmteriiHtf. a aully eiiiOHd to iee-avalanchn in the aflomoon, anc 
tl wOt ftf "'^'"^v '" 'V ^.Vr^^"'^ aumuij. Mjunlfleent Tkv._We maj 

:ib,B:^)) beiween 

diOoKlt, bt pnelined eiperts oilji t< 
■- id8lii(ae- ■ - 

- , . .. .o the «l(,«,, ..- 

I ftwt (SMO") to th* fuHtalglai Hnt ,p. 411) and Tn, 



Sa I. R.U.-Map,p.»0. KLAUSBN PASS. Elmtit Road. 

a M. Umerbodon (4555'; HOI. IV na.' Tell & Pwt, i5 beds 

from 3, B. B, L. 4, D. 5, P. from 9 fr., Kood), with the rhslefs of 
SpiielriUi and a cbapel. 

QemafiiTTenHtiOok (p. JB\ vii the *^ni*ii 7*m ud the ireaitfayren- 
JocH ID 6-aV< !■». (eo'iIc 30-at fr.), lihdHouH.-IieoklBtoak (S.W. puk 
of the MJLisnUrge ; BU5'), ri& IbaFimenloch in 3<f,-4 hn. (la fi.), fitigniu; 
dMMnt tlmoKh the BrOlUkiMe to the OtaUen-Sce |p. M). — Vit tb«I>ini«n- 
loob (7S6B'} to (7 hre.) JTuotalAal (p. aS], liborioui (guide !S fr.); tha 
deteofkt to the Qtciiipeten Alp in the BigitaL requires i steady head. 

Tbe road traTcrsei the pastnre for 20 min. more aod befund 
KtieWaldhmii asccBds in bold curves (the old bridle-path is shorter) 
through the wild rocfej canldron ot the Klia, with its waterfalls, «t 
the foot of the TeofelsstOcke and Clariden, to the chalets of Vor- 
frutt (5945'; rfmts.) and tbe (14'/. «-) KlauBen Paso (6437'), at 
the foot of the cnrioaaly shaped MttrcherttSekli (7815'). [Beyond 
(he pass the old bridle-path direrges to Ihg left: '/> ^'- Ufitere 
Balm (685S'); then down the steep Balmwacd; ■/■ h''' Aach Alp 
(4061'), with the H6t. Staabi and yiew of the Statibi Fall, 805' 
high; 1 hr. UntericMchen, see below.) It is better, however, to 
keep to tbe road (views) vii tbe BSdmer Alp. 

15'/. M. *H6tel Klautenpatghdhe (6030'; open Junc-Sept.; 
50 beds from 4, B, 2, L. 5, D. 6, P. From 15 fr), with a view of 
the Clariden, Eamnilistocfa, Scheerhorn, Oriesstock, Windglllen, 
and Uri-Rotstock. 

The 8ohitohsntaler'Wind«&lle (909^'), iscecded by the Ruoialper 
EtiIm(p.8S) ifl^hrs.. or from UnlcrschKcheQ by tbo Mettlen Alp in Wtbrt. 
(guide 30 fr.), ia an interesting Bctimhle for Bteady-heiiied toounUineere.— 
OrieaBtook (Slid'), by tbe Eammli Alp in ( hre. (guide !U fr.), intereat- 
ing and not diffleull. — The GTOase Scheerhorn (10,816'), by the 
SamrnH-LUcke [»iif) In hrs. (guide 50 h.) liborioua; m^nificBnt 
view. — KanunUfltook (10,6Sb'|, by the Kammli-I.Ucke in 6 hn. (gaida 
50 fr.), fatiguing. — Claridenatook (10,330'; grand view), by Ibe Kammli- 
LUcke in 6ifr7 hre. (guide 60 fr.), or for eipetta by the N. ice wall (Iroo 
ladder 60' high) in i-i'l, hrs. Ijsaiie SO fr.). Comp. p. iW (HOB Hat). 

The road sweeps round to the (20 \nin,)Upprr Balm Alp (5795') 
and mna high np on the N. side of the 8oh£ebon-Tal, eonimauding 
views of the Clariden Glacier, Claridenslock, Gries Glacier, Scheer- 
hUmer, Stiiabi Fall, and Kamndistock, and farther on oflheBranni- 
Tal with tbe Grosse Hncben and Groase Windgalle. Near the Sedi- 
Tai, which descends from the SchiJcbcnlaler WindgMIe, the road 
passes through a tanncl 1S6 yds. long. 

20 M. Urlgen (4B00'; •H6l.-Pens. Posfhaiis Urigen, 70 beds 
from 4, B. 1'/*, L. 4, D. 5, P. from 11 fr.), in a charming situation. 
The road winds down in a long curve. 

Walkers may qnil the road to the right ni'^r Origeo. paeaiDg the 

ffilIlin.) chapel of Qatachuiiler (lOJfll, with an illar-pieoa by JJenva 
vaerl (180»;, they descend to I'/i br.) Spiringtn (p. 83); beyond the 

■I (180»;, they descend to i<l, br.) Spiringtn (p. 83); beyon 
u we turn (o the right and rejotn the (35 min.) roid bctfleen W.r.».- 
uiden and Trndelingeo. 
7i M. nnterBobaoheii (3260'; Hfit.-Pens. Elansen, with 
fO beds; Alpenroae, 20 beds), a village and sammer-resort 


MTJOTATHAL. tlap:i^.»o,t»»,ioi.-l.a.i3. 83 

at the moDtfi of the picturesque Brunni-TaX, at the head of wbkb 
rises the GrOBse Ruchen «-ith its slaciera. 

EtcuBHosB li^ide, Adelricli Arnold). - - Tbe Oroeie Ruoheu |10,2WO'), 
Tii the Brvnni Mp snd the SuchkthJat Paii (p. Ii9) in 7 hrB. (gnide SB, 
witb deKenl to IlieMaderHner-Tat AO frO, trying; pindpuoramL- Hob- 
jraolen [8»i(n, via the Brtinni Mp Lod dri^atol ^ip in 6 hre, (.ibii.), 
DOt dilBoult. The descfint may lie raado to (3'/, his.) Sflratoi or to (3i/, hrs.) 
Xrrtftld {p. 1!0; SOfr.)— Vii the Kinitg Jfulm (BSICO or the flucuolper 
fufm (7126') to (7 hrs.) JfuofotAoJ (3I> fr.J, see below. — Vii IhaSuioltpnit 
lo Amiteg (wit.), eee p. lis. — To Ibe Midertaer-Tal. eee p. IW. 

The road ruuabigh above the foaming Schic hen bach via (24'/, M.) 
Spiringen (3035'; St. Anton Inn), Weiter»cltwandfn, and Ti-adel- 
ingen, to LofHo-Bilrglen (3125': Qialer'a KinsigpaBs Inn), crosaes 
the Schichenbich, and leads to (28'/. M.) BUrqUn (p. 120) and 
thence via (39'/, M.) AUdorf to (31 M.) AltdmfSlaHoii (p. 119). 

23. Prom Schwyz to Glarus over the 

> hridle-pBlh lesda oier the (S'/i bra.) Prugel lo (!■/, Iir.) JMcSuow (piiii* 

Schu;y2(1706'),seep.ll8. The road ascends 8. tbrongh orchards 
and meadows, and in a wooded ravine at the foot of the GSbel(30iO') 
reaches the Muota, in its deep rocky bed, and ascenda its valley 
to the E. The (1 hr.) Suvoroff Bridge, in the gorge below (r.), is 
a reminiscence of the fighting bettrcen the Raasians and the French 
in the aatnmn of 1799 (comp. p. 185). About 10 min. farther on we 
croBB the KlingeHobel^Bach,iiiih its waterfalls. The valley expands. 
Beyond ('/j hr.) Bled (1855'; Adier), on the left, is the fall of the 
Beltbach (to the rigbt, footpath lo the Stoos, p. 106). At (20 min.) 
F6Umis (1900') we cross the Mnota and pass the Mettelbach Fall, 
above OB the left. Then (25 min.) — 

C'/j M. Muotathal (1995'; pop. 2369; Hirsch; Krone; Poaf), 
with the nunnery of St. Joseph, founded in 1280. 

Near StaldEn (p. 841 are the H6U-Locli Qrottoea, i eeriei ot 
caverne sad passages i M. long, a lieit to which takes i hri. there and 
bark from Mootathal; adm. !, membeTe of the g.d.C. I fi,). 

To Altdobf (p. 119), Sbn., rather fitieuiaE (guide 2B tr., ool indispen- 
sable). The path ascends the Hiri-Tal. passing the ebaieU of lApptia- 
biOtl {S9if) and WOngi (4734-), to the (4-4V, bra.) Kinzig Kulm (6810'), 
with a view of the ITii and Unterwalden Alps and part of the Reusstii 
(bronie tablet commemorating BoTOroff's eiosamg of the piai in I7»9). Then 
1 rapid descent to Welierechwandtn ic tbe ScB^hen-Tal {p. S!). 

To LiBTHiL (p. 78), 10 brs., rough I guide necessirj. Citriaae-road 
through the oarrow Bibi-Tal. wateref hy the Moota, via (I'/, br.) MOOta 

i~ (Bi/rlObra., with goWeV Tiom ScV-K».Txt>Ti^i»^ ^o^ib* 

84 i.a.M.-Mi^,,7a. PBAGBI. 

th« loid in tbe islley to the 
faemtlfDl Waldibach FaU; ti 

Alp, with the blua Glatten-Set (KOSff), hl , ___ , 

the (3 hTB.) lop sf the OrMoek or SUberilock (S9!S'; p. 79); descead vil 
the BtOcliMp to (3-S</|hTB.) Stichelberg. — From tho Wildihich Pill ws 
may isDend to the ri^bt oTer the Waidi Alp bdiI Aunt Alp to the [3 hn.) 
Baoialper Kulni |Tie5'), with i iplendid Tiew, ind deiaend to the Kliuien 
road end to (» hrB.| Fn(er»cMeft«i (p. 8!). 

The narrow road to the Pragel turns to the left into the valley 
of the Starzlenback, crosses the stream at ('/, hr.) Staiden (S190'; 
Inn znm Pragelpass], near the month of the HiiUbar.k, np the wild 
gorge of which la an eaay path leading tu the entrance of the HOll- 
Loch Qrottoes (p. 83). The road ascends, partly through wood, to 
the (4'/, M.) RiedmaalHinji). It terminates at (2'/, U.) Himmdbach 
(4200' ; to the left, the Bergen Alp), whence a stony bridle-path 
ascends over (he Guiei>tal'Bode?i (4202'; bronze (ablet in memory 
ol Sovorofl, see p, 125) to Ihe ('/, hr.) chalets on the marshy top of 
thePragel(5060'). Descent, at flrat steep and atony, to the(*/4hr.j 
ebalets of the SckweUaui (4367') ; then throngh wood, finally with 
a charming view of the nppcr KlOntal (ace helow), lo ('/^ hr.) — 

HiohlBau (3590'; HOt. Richiaau), a pasture on the edge of a 
beautiful larch-wood, to the N. of whifh tower the Wannenslock 
(6495') and Ochs^ikopfilUS'}, and to the S. theSiUierii (7569'). 

The Schwaiimh6lu, in old moraine, 10 niin. F.. of the hotel, nSgrda a 
view of the KlCnlil Uke, Schild, Qllrniioh, and (to the 8.) the Fenlon. - 

berg [6»fi'; pasi to the lihl-Tal and £inuBd«ln)''Bnd'the (10 min.) J>'">- 
" J by the Sad-Se^i (63Wi'); to the 8, to (3 his.) the top of 

berg Hid by the SOd-Se^i (63M>'): to the 8. to (3 bn.) the top o[ the 
SaSem ITfilC), with intereBling furrowed alopQa [descent to tbiSitbern-Sei-li 
and vii the SBitmattfT Tal to the KlOiitall ; to the top of tho Fiiakn (.Griael, 
BSU') vid the Dreckloch Atp in T hra. (with galde; eomo, p. :ii); to (he 
H., over [!'/, hr.) the SeMorfiialp Pa*» (61600 to (2 hre.) thoVagt/itiU (comp. 
p. «)i lo the Scheye (74W; Shre-j p. 7M), vi* Laagcneggi etc. 

H'rom Bichiaan a ruad descends, across a fine open pasture, in 
full view of the GUrnisch, to (1 hr.) — 

Vorftuen {2800'; Hfit.-Pens. KlOntal, 30 bods; Vorauen liin, 
plain), a pasture with a tew chalets at the bottoni of the KlOntai, 
bean tif ally situated. 

The Qlilnuaob, one of tlie aoest monntains in SnitzerUod , cul- 
lainalea ID the Vorder-OlaTiiigch (7U48'; p. ;7|, the Milld-aUlTmach oi 
VrendUgSrUi (9634'), the Bucluni-GMriiiach (3MT). and the Bilehialoci: 

(aBSS*). The aaeen 

ior«iyertB(l-Ji/, .._._. _. 

matter Elan, to Cbe W. of Vorauen, to (1 hr.] the huta on the Kl6jiMiUdm 

tB (l-Ji/ihra.; guido JOfr.). We ci 
— -otheW. -"" -...-- 

the Bimmaiter Tal (t 

(SSBS') and Werbeit (iseri 

«-3"/a ]^r^"lci'nuu"ii'i"ibe 'i.A.t!°'(6Bll4' ;Tept°by'lht 

on Sst. and Sun.], at the fool of the feuerftfrff |956R'). We noit IMOod 
Bteep and slony elopes in the StHaliUi, eroaa the OlaruUc\firn regain the 
rook, and raach the top in W, hrs. Superb I'iew (panDiama hy Helm, I'/i fi-l- 
The EldntaJ, a beautiful narrow valley, sparsely po|inlated, 
IB dominated on the S. by the sheer walls of the OMrnisch. In 


. to gtanu. ELONTAL. JBv,iHT>.~ipJt.>8. 96 

80 mla. the rotid reoohes the KlOnlal Lake (2T7S'), S H. long, and 
shirta its IT. bank. The level ol the lake waa raiEed 33' in 1908-9 
b; tbe Hotor Electricity Co. of Baden to provide power for their 
"works on the Lflntsch, At the lower end (1 hr. ; EOt. Ghodannenberg) 
la a massive dam, 361' wide at the bsae and 19' at the top. Tbe 
water is conducted hence by a condoit 15' in diameter to a water- 
tower on the cliffs of the Wiggis, opposite Netatal. 

Fnna the dam we m»r lacend E. to tha (Vi br.) SchommtiAShe (asilf) 
on the Swkbeig, and deaoead through wood to (1 hr.) aiimi. 

The road desceods on the left aide of the L&nitchback Gorge, 
into which the overflow of tbe I.Ontsch Canal dishes in agreat water- 
fall near tbe LOatsch-Tobel Bridge. To the left nse tbe huge cliSs 
of the WiggiB chain (p. 76). The road divides at the (50 min.) 
Staldengartenlnn. The left branch leads to (40 min.) NetHal (p. 77), 
the right to ('/* hr.) Riedern and (30 min.) Gl^iu (p. 77). View 
of the Frunalpstock, the Schild, and the Frcibei^e (between the 
Linth and Sernf valleys). 

24. From Glaros to Elm throt^h the 

U'/.M. B* iL WAY from aiarua to(SM.) SchaaKdai ia i;,hr.; Ei.KtrHio 
tlAKitow-OAuaE LiNB liom Sebiranden to Elm (SVi U.) in W< min. {i fr. 6fi, 
1 fr. 76 c.). Beat viswa on tbf tight. 

At Sckwanden (p. 77), 3 M. to the S. of Olarns, the deep SBKNr- 
TiL, or ^Wn-rni, diverges to the left from the Lin tb-Tal or GrosB- 
Tal. Beyond (I'/Im.) Wart (2139' ; Stern, Freihof] ia a pretty 
Aiitertall, nn the left. Retrospect of the QlSrnisch. 

3^/(M. Bngl (B540';pop. 1259; idler; Sonne; Freihof), with 
cotton-mills, at the month of the narrow Mtihlebach- Tal. Over the 
Wideralcin-Farkel to the Mnrgtal, see p. 51. The slate- qnarries on 
the left bank of the Sernf are noted for their fossil flsh. — 5 M, 
Engi- Jlinterdorf. 

6Vj M, Matt (2700'; pop. 694; Hot. Elmer, plain but good), 
with a cotton-mill and a venerable chnrch, at tbe entrance to the 

To Weiailannen (p. 63) through the Ktauch-T»l and owr the Bieteten 
nut(Tl«0'{, fii/, hn., with gnidB(«3 ti.). iithei fatuuiiig but interesliflg- 
—To Stvmi (p. it) ovei tbe 5pttrineUeR Fati (IW9^, 7-8 hra., with guids 
(30 fr.). andiecent of thsStrltemeikn {Bits'; 6hn. fmm Matt, gnido !4fr.), 
■ee p. SS. Gaide, Peter Miiti, at Mitl. 

8'/j M. Tajxi (3280'; Knrbans Elm, 80 beds from 4, B. S, L. 5, 
D. 57j, p. from 10 fr, open May-8epl.; Hat. -Pens. Elmer, 40 beds; 
Segnes], tbe highest village in the valley, with a chalybeate spring, 
IB freqnented as a health-resort. To the S.E. rises the TscHngd- 
(er^', where wti ting-slates are quarried. Panorama of tbe %%T&«tA. 
(W,), Vorab (8.), and the Hansstock at tbe heai ol the ■atfiV's- 


86 L IlM.-Mart,pp.JS,4e«. RJM. 

AgrjisTa Igoiie. Johinn Rhynrr). The BotModc (Pii Mir, Mlb'J, 
aioeniled vUtbel-aiilierPua(p.M) in 6V,hn. wlthrnide (iOfr.), in eut 
and TeiniiD«ntiYe.-About 3i/,br». B. at Elm, above tbe T>cliiDgElD-A]i>, ■• 
tbeUartinBmaadHut of the S.A.C. (MW; aecoiaiaodation for W], Thenec 
the Kitla^uim (TOStf; )'(. hr,, lb (rO. Pi^ ^•'^ '^^J^J"' ''"■' ** ''■*• 
iltoPi'ima, Ki — KllrpfMockl9l9frj. by fheBrblalpin ein. [gniile W fr.), intereil- 
Ingtot eiperla (on the N. aliia la the LrgUrtlut, p. 18). — Bai«rtoet(ll),MO'l, 
hj tbe RithfUi Paul mi the J^t^btY-j/, or by OiD Paairfr Paa {neeMaw) 
in B-A hrs. (guide !W, vith deacent to 1 Jnthal 40 fr., eee p. SO), laborioua. 

Pabsh. To PLma, g-9 hr>., fatiguing but intereitinj^ (gnide SOfr.). 
Wc cro>B the Serur snd tlie ifmniii'iacft. and aaccnd the irildgorge of the 
Ttckinotlnbacli. which forma nictnrcRqne falls, to the TaehiiieHn Alp; (ben 
<ea and rock 1o tlie (&-B bia.) SegnM FuajatlS'). 

and Sept. SOtJi 
eep Sf^nn Ofncixi- (sol dilllealt vhru 
HUDV ia Ij'iflg. othemiie lope inri loe-tie dealrahle) to tie {I'Jfit-) Begnen 
Hut (p. ««fl), then hf a eteep path, ifterwards I'Ctter, to the FlimirT JUpt, 
and paat t fine waterfall Ito tlie left the huge Flimacr Stein, p. Jfili) t.^ 
a lira.) mme (p. ifH,]. 

To li.jLBi, tl-]0 his. (guide to Paoii .10 fr, not indiapenaallel. A road 
ueeoda the left hank. of the Benf by Hiiitrr-BUiiiibaA to the (Vthr.) 
UrbieT-BrBci-e (STtT); '/.hr. farther np. at Wallfnbmgg. we erou tlie 
Semf aud igsBod to the left to the Bhatets of the Jatialp llm I^oOi. IStf; 
Ober-Slard, 658J'l. We next eroaa the Waletiboden and IraTerae Oe anow- 
oonloii of the Onrgd, at the baae of the Ri)ikenkopr (SeW). Farther od 
we triTarae dibria (with a tarn on the left) and reach the iS'lr* hra.) 
Fonirer Pa«« (Ouolm da FigTiieu; IMTJ, with a refnge-hut peeper; 

(pp. 81, liK). To the' left rises the Botetock i'U br., see p-Sfi); to the 
right are the Rucli-Wicldenberg (»lSii') isi the BauHfoct (aseahete), with 
the Jfwr Olaeier. Deaeent over d^hrio vil the W«t Alp and the wild 
RaiiaicaAlp to (I hra.) niRtx(43S4'; idd); than above Xiie PaniieT Bach 
Tii finis (p. 170) to {t bra.) iJorei (p. <ai). - Another route, fatiguing (» bra., 
with gDlde), croeees the Bother iWka (85V&'). It diverges from tbe Panii 

^ I'e Rotttoek and the Yorab ^aco above; aaoent o/lhe latter 

e sUhtr TObel. 

Ba>a, h 

from the jiEUB in^ i hrs., ace pp. gfi, lOfi). Deaeent v 

To Vaxna (p. 76), Jl-ja hrs , difficult hut intcreaUng (guide JO fr.). ■ 
We follow the S. aide of the Bamiu-Til to the Fblziibfr Alp, and then 
proceed over alopea of debris sod tbraugb a rocky couloir to the Saur^ 
Glaoier and the Baiireiijach |93Sa'). between tbe Piz Segues and the peak 
marked 3013 on the Siegfried Map. Beyond the col wc triYorac the ai\i 
of (be Bfffnti Glacier to the Bardona PaBfl 193151. We descend aeroee the 
Sardima Oiecier to the Sardima n«t (p. 78) and then vi* St. Jfortin (p. 16). 

To LiBTHit. (p. 18) vii the BiohetU Pa«e {51860, 6 hra,, with guide 
(to fr.), not difflcnlt and very intereating. Descent vii the Duntath-Tal, 

D,g,-,;.c;, Google 




25. From Zflrich vift Zng to Arth-Goldan (St. Gotthard, 
Rigi) or to Lucerne 

Trimwsv from Bur to UeDzingon. Stalactite Orottoee 
in the Hal), 89. — EicDrsiaDB from Zng: Zngerbsre, 
Agcri-Tal, MoiBsrten, 90. 91. 
. From Wadenswil to Arth-Qoldan. Einsiedeln . . 
FeuBisUrg, EUtten, 92. — From Einsiedeln to Sobwyi, 
9S. — From Satlel to Scbwyi. Roaabcis, 94. 

ST. Lucerne and ita Environs 

Sonncnberg, 9B. — Hei^swald, Bigental, 99. 

I. Lake o( Lncerne 

Like ofKUsmachl, lOO.— We^a, 101.— Vitinsu. 108.— 

106. — Ajienstein. 'i06.' — Aiejutraesc.'lO?. -- Tella- 

platte, 107 FIUe]en,10S. — laental, Uri-Hotstoek, lOS. 

29, The Eigi 109 

From Vltman to ^e Enlm, 110. ~ From Arth-Ooldau 
to the Knln, 110. — From the K4Utbad to tbe Soheid- 
eck, HE. 
K From Lncerne via Stana-Stad to Alpnach-Stad. PiU- 

tns. Stanser Horn 

Bfiigeiiatock, lis. 
, From Laceme via Arth-Qoldan to GQschenen (La- 

gano). St. Gotthard Railway 

Scbwyz and the Uythen, 118. ~ Alldoif, 11B. — Eret- 
fpld, 120. — AniBteg, Briatenatock, St. Gotlhard Bold; 
frDiitAmBteKtoniitecBchachen.lil.— Fellilal.QOschcnen 
and the QOectaencr-Tol, Alpligcn-LUcke, FlcitkiBtock, 

I. From QSBchenen to Andermatt and over (he St. Gott- 
hard to Airolo 124 

ScbSllonen Railway, lU. — Andermatt, 1!5. — Hospea- 
thal, 126. — MoDt-Proaa Hotel, 12T. — Pizzo Centrile, 
Monte ProBi, Fibhia, PiiOraino, Piz Lueendro, i!J.- 
Oraino Paaa, Lechi Paaa, 127. 

I. From Amsteg to the Maderaner-Tal 

From Biisten through the Etzli-Tal to ScdrDD, 128. _ 
EienrBions from ths Hotel lum Schweitcr Alpencloh: 
Oboralpatock, DUaaiBtock, (iroaBor Rnebcn; to Unter- 
Bcliachen viii the Rnchkehlen Pass or Selieerhorn-Griu- 
geVi Phb9; ti> Diaentia \'A tbe Brunni Paaa, 139. — 
EicurBione from the HUS Hut: Pii CamhrialcB, Gla- 
ridenatock, Kammlialock, arotaea Scheerhom, CLt.Ti,4ei> 
Pass, WindgKllen, 130. 

B.-™«tKV «ir/(ierJaiid. iflth Editiftn. 6 



1 Hoiilr P»lt« 1 

Hi. From Anilormitt Iji the Rhnnr Dlarlpr. Thr Farka 

I Kailway !>ii<l K^ia.l 131) ' 

riiEO RdKhkIo, I:>I. — Kieuriionn ftoiii thF Fnrku: 
I I'urkiliorn, Oaleniloek. — From the Fnrki ovrr Uip 

Nte<'li>Ertlli to the Qrimar], ISt. 

I 35. From StanK-Sl!.i) to Eneclbe^ 133 

; Bicqnioni froiu WoirmichieeHfii. 1X3. — KieiiniODa 

Irotu Eagelliftig: Sdbwind, Betcli . nuhmitt. Bord, ' 

TaUoh buh Fill, N iolei'Su reo e dA rs , Am i A I p, Sob* enitli 
Alp, Oenofani ilp, FarreD AJp, Wid<1 Alp, 136, IM. — 
AuenO rroni KngelbcrK : Tillii, Rigid alatnk. HntatMk, 
SotiudnDllep, Engslberp-r Sotalook, Uri-^obrtoek, ' 

QnM SpiDDarl, ISK-IAI. ~ fum» from Kneelbeic to 
Allrlorf xnil Rntffld, i:<7. 
' 36. From t.ucernv ovrr thr BrGnig to Hriringcii ami 

I IntRrltkvn 13H . 

Fiom Sarnan t<i the UelehUh Kernii, Mvlcliaee.l''ntll, | 

I 13V. — Siebeelo, I4ii. — LiiDKeni, 1«0. — From Ibp 

; Brtnig to HohBoh, OoldiTD, Reuti on the Huliberg, 141. | 

37. FrcntHeirlDgeDtoEngelbcrg.EDgstlGaAlp.JorhPuB 148 | 

EieunlouB from tbo Engatlen Alp : Bohif beig, StttoU, i 

AchtelueutHlli, Rotundnollen . Hobrnatsll^n. Telll- 

■took, Tjtns. 143, lU. < 

»S. Frciin Heiringen to Witascn. Saattn Pass .... 144 i 

TTifttaluiTllieWindessiiiidTnflHiitB: Stein-Umml, 1 

Furtvang-Sittet , Dunmutock, Trlft-Limnii, DaiDnia | 

Pui, U4, MB. — EmurBiDiis ftom the Stfiu Alp : Stmlen- 

39. From Lucerne to Berne. Entlebnch. Eiiinien-Tal 

Krom Wolhueen lo LangEnilul; 8eliiiuberg-B«d, 147. - 
From ScbUiifliBiiii to Fmhli, 14J. — N»pf, Rntlihulid- 

40. Kroni Lueprno to Wililegg (A»r»ii). Scelal . . . 

Kisumoua front llochdorf, UH. - from Itpiuwil to 
HflnMer, 1 1H. From Boiii>«i] to FlhrHnnEOii, IW. 

25. From Zurich via Zng to Artb-Ooldau 

(St. OoWinril, or to Luoeme. 

Fkoiiiai. RAU.v/ti (belnn electrified): vii Tlmliiiil to Zue, 18 U. in 
^,-lV(l<r. {4fr. M, Bfi. U>, itr.tie.; to Arth-Ooldan, iS M. in 1-2 hn. 
(Ifr.aO, fifr.BO, ><> Lnoeme, 33 M. In l</i-ihiB. (9 fr. 60, 
S ft. 10, 4 ft. 35 c). - - Prom Zurich Tii AffoUern to Zog, ib M. in '/.-H/i hr. 
(etr. 4S. 4tr. 50, i ft. <)!• c). 

To(7V,M.) T/takvil (,U3S'}, see p. 45. The line skirta the hill 
Hide, throagh orchsrds, affording beantifal views of the lake. — 
9M. Obemeden-Dorf; lO'/i M. Horgen-Oberdarf (Ui^S' ; coiiip. 
p. 46). The train penetrates the Horgenberg by means of s tunnel 
I'/i M. long and crosaea the SiU. — l^'/, M. Sllilbrugg (1696'; 
Dentanrant WaldhanB), the junction of the Sihltnl railway (p. 45). 


BAAR. irap,p.4S.-Il.B.t5. 89 

The Tillage {1804'; Krone) U 8 H. to the S. Qlorioae view of the 
Alps and the Lake of Zflrich from the top of the AlbUlwm (3002'), 
l'/,Lr.N.W". otSihlbrugg station. — The train paaacs through thi' 
Albi» JVnJlel, 2 M. long; on the left as we emerge rises the wuodeil 
rocky hill of the Baarburg (2180'). Wc cross the Lone. 

16Vt U. Baar (1463'; pop. 5663; Wbi. St. (ioltliard, at tlie 
station, K. S'/t'^ '■'■! f'lndenliof; Kivne; Sobwrrt), a large vilb)^' 
with an nlil church anil cnlton and other fnctoricti. 

I'mmway to Zug, sm. f. UN). Tlio traaiwuy Enim Ijur tii Mrii- 
niuL-eii p;, hr. : fan^ 1 tr. .«, nturn-tlcket */t. -16 0.1 aH«ii'lK thronsli i.r- 
cliariln tu C* M.) ThaladcrT (1»«0, jun.^tioii for llip Ageri linu (p. BO}, in 
icinipaay with whlsli It cnwucii ■ gluue liridge .iTcr the? deep goree iif tlw 
/.<rr»Ni-7M)cI to nV|H.) Totidbrltcke (17S8'; cniqp. Uelowj. - - ;l M. Nid- 
nirrm, wliprp tlir Ageri line diverges, in tlie stnlloii for thi> ■iiiunKsr 
icHort nf HcHllubrumt (MOT; Knrmatalt, 1*0 lii-da from i, V. tn-iu 
It>;,(r.).~ S'I,K. KdlOaeh. BM. UenzlQg«ii (giMl'; I^iwe; UirHvlil, 
with t»0(l inhib., linn a giilii' arhix)! (Duude.! in. 1S41 Uy lUe SinterH of 
tlic Hcily iWoa^. willi handsome bnlldinea and a .'onHpicuotm ioim-d ehnrrli. 
About iOinin. B.K it SchlCBiSclmianKega (1112; K^urliiLna, a&hoila, «itli 
pinr-BPcdle bathe), in a pnstty dialrict. 

'I'hc iDtDiesting StslEurtite OrottoeB in the EOU {Adterhehk and, 
IW alioTO it llie R?™iMW«,- cloBed from Nov. to Kisler), liglit>.il bv 

I.esiilea Htal^milPB. Tlie entrant is lOniin. N. o( Tobelbmcke troiii- 
~l»ti<m: licketHat the»estavriutt^ra'nilb-, l</,fr. 'I'he visit to the grol- 
tma takcB 1 hr. 

Farther on wc truTcrsc the fertile plain to (18 M.) Zug (p. 90). 

The older Link to Zuo viA Akfoi.tesn diverges to the left trojn 
the Bale line at (27,M.) AlttfeUen (p. 19). To the left is the long 
Uetliberg (p. 44), which the line skirts In a wide curve. — S'/t M. 
Urdorf; 8 M. Birmentdoyf. We ascend the Beppiick-Tai and 
puss niider the Eltmberg to (11 M.) Bonatetlfu (1740'). To the 
light are the Bernese Alps and Pilutns, and to the left, farther on, 
the Uri-Rotstock and the Titlis. — 13'/, M. Hedingen (1636'). 

15'/, M. Affoltem am Albls (1630'; l.Ovi-e, with garden ; HOt. 
ltahnhof;Albia), with 3066 inhah. and nronsideralile silk and cotton 
iiidnstry. Close by are the hjdvopathicB of .ArcA* (40 beds, P. from 
9 fr.) and lAHenberg {70 beds) and the Sanatorium lAUenhnf 1^'. 
from 8'/, fr.). To the left, the Kugster Berg {2723'); at its base, 
lugat and the B(ahsofWmgi. — -l&!IL. Meitmenstetten (1518'), a 
village of 1503 inhab., with silk-millg. 

Ahont i5niin. K. ia the mt.-Pea>. Parailiei ISOBT; 10 beds), witli 
■ beautiful view. -- Dtligenee from MettmcuBteltea in I hr. to (S'/j «.) 
HauisnCiaSC; Krone ; Lfiwe], at the 3.W. baie of tht Albitliorn {ice above), 
whidi maybe uiccDded in a Iitb. via tlie prctly Tilrtcr See. About i/,U. in 
the S.E. is the Albiibrimn HydropalMe (2115'; IDO beds, P. from 10 fr.). 

<Jn the road to Kappel, I H. to the S. of Hsusen, Zwingli was ilain on 
Oct lllh, I6S1 , in i battle against the Roman Catholic esntoDS (conip. 
pp. 8*, ixiiv). The ipot is marked by a rock with inscrip lions. 

20 M. Knotrau (1440'; Adler). Beyond iSfeiuftmuwwe, mw» 
the J^-rze. — 25 M. Zv^ (p. flO). 


Zxig.^ EaUiBaySttauranl. — Si<iTnA. LOue, on tbs lake, >0 beds ; 
Ocfis, SO bed« from S. D. 3'i^ P. from S fr, ; mrtek, li bedi from i, P. from 
fl fr.; ZagerAof, SObeda from*, B. !■/,, L, 4, D. S, P. from Itfr., Schmeizer- 
hoT, m beds from ^Vi, B. iVi, L. 3Vi. D- 4, P. from lOf r., both by tbe station ,- 
Bigi, OD tba lake, 10 beda ; Schilf 10 beds /rom S, P. /rom li fr., with 
leitanrant. — Eil.-Peiit. OvaoiC/HU, U>-9a mis. from the station, on tbe 
Blnpe of the ZuKeibcrg ((ram, ate below), BO beds, P. from 10 fi. — On 
top of the ZoBerberg (see below) : *Qr..R&t. i KnrMtel ScMnfda (9074'|, 
Ifid bedi from :i, B. i. L. i, D. 6. P. from IS fr. 

RuriDttiJiTB. AHin, by the Zyt-Turm; IIicht-Terratae, on the 
lake; BatiieBer. — EaQOiiii Orrjos in the gardena on the ^iiay. 

TB*¥W*rs. From the station Ihtongh the town (Kolm-PUti, Graben- 
Str., St. Michael's Church, Wsldlieim, Ou»ilhal) to SchOnegg |t U. ia 
16 min., GGo.): from tbs post ofBce past the station to Boar IVIa U. in 
Umin., 80 e.); from the station to Thalacker and the Ageri-Tal, see 
below. — From SehOueee a C«ble IUilwai ascends Ihe Zugerberg (see 
below; I U. in 18 min. ; i fr. b, descent I fr. 80 o.). 

Stkiuboat to Arth {p. 118} in summer b times daily in I'/i br. (fare 
i ft. lb, 1 fi. 40 0.), calling s( ObD-aU on tbe E. bank, RitcA on the W. 
bank, LoOenbach on the E. hank, Immtntee on the W. hank, and WaUh- 
viil OP tbe B. bank. 

Zug (1395'; pop. 9499), the capital of the small canton of that 
nsme, is beantifnlty sitaated on the N.E. bank of the Lake of Zug 
(1368' ; area 14'/, sq. M., depth G49'), which ia dominated on the 
N. b; the wooded Zngerberg and on tbe 8. by the preclpitons Kigi. 
The lower town is acpaiated /rom the lake by a wide quay, laid 
ont as gardens. The 'Platzwehc' in the centre marks the site of a 
row of housea submerged bj the lake in 1887. Beautiful views of 
the lake, the Rigi, Pilatns, and the Bemesc Alps. The Oberriadt 
and AU^adt retain a quaint and mediaval appearance, with Uieir 
old houiiea and rcmaina of fortifications (four snhstantial lowers). 
Wo pass beneath l)ie picturesque Zeil-Turm (1480) lo reach the 
old town and Ihe /iaikasie, built iti 1515 and restored in 1896, 
adjoining which are the Stadthaiit or town hall and an intereating 
Antiquarian Maseum (stained glass, wood-carringa, gold and 
silver ornamcnla, tapestry, and weapons and flags from the old ar- 
senal, including a sa^h stained with the blood ot its wearer Peter 
Oollin, whotellalArbedoin 1422; adm. .lO c). The late- Gothic 
church oiSf. Oswald (1478-1545) contains choir-stalls of 1484, and 
the Church of the Capvckins uu Entombment by D. Cahaerl 
(d. 1619). The handsome and conspicnons church of St. Mickad, 
on a hill to tbe E., was erected in 1902. On the RoserAerg (1G33'; 
good restaurant and fine view), '/abr-E., is ib.K Swiss Bee Muxeam. 

The Zugerberg (cable railway, see above), with the Kurh6lel 
ScbOnfels (see above), and a school for boys, afl'ords shady walks. 
Tbe beat vien-s of the Alps are obtained froiii the Hochwach't (32,54'; 
'/a hr. N.E. of tbe upper station) and the HorbachgUlsch (SchnurH- 
•to"n, 3072'; ■/, hr. S.W.). 

A red-marked path from the Zugerberg ascends via the Zager AMi 
(imaJl inni to tbe IP/i-S bra.) Roitberg {Wildapits. p. ttl). 


to Latrrnt. AGERI-TAL. Map, p. 4S. ~- II. R. IB. 91 

tieket Str.K c.) Joina the Bur-UoniiDgen tine (p. SB| it Thalacker anil 
follows i( Til TobObrOcke (Hall eroitoeB, see p. 89) u far as (S>J, M.] 
Ifidpirren. It then contimies 8. alooK the W. »ropeB uf the Loizc ravine. 
The rectiHcitioE of thB wilerconrsc eliould be notei!. Hig^i "P on the left 
ie ths nunnery Bed penBiou of Gubel. — 5 U. Xai-Agai (S2fia'). Near 
MOhlaoch ace uotton-inillB. 

J M. UntOr-AKeri (!386'; Seetelit. 40 hciin, Kurhana Waldheim, 
to bede, at both P. froin 9 tr. ; Het.-Pens, BrUclie, ib beds, Kreuz, £0 beds. 
at botb P. from Sfr.; Poet], an Industrial village of 1501) inhab., liee at 
the efflux of the Lorie from the Ageri-Bee. A road aacenda the {t hre.) 
ZugBrhcre (p. M). Tboroad np tbe RoBBberg[p. 91; 3>/a hrri,| leads tbrouiili 
the HuTitat to the (IVi hr.) Unlenboden, nhence i carl-lrack ascendx 
to the top in £ htB. — The tram skirtB the lake till (;>/i M.) Ober-Agari 
CLflwe, iObedB; Bilr: HiiBoh; Adler; Ochs), a village of 700 inhab. with 
an old church and ailk-millB. Higher up, with i fine view, is (10 min.) (he 

The idyll'ic JLgaii-'see liSSO'; 3Vi M. long, 1 U. wiie) Ib bounded 
by the Kaieeriloclc [iSSb'] on the S.W^ the Morgarteii (lOSl') on the 8,E,, 
and the St. JolUiiberg OIBBO on the B. A Btcamboat plies daily in sum- 
mer fiom HntoT-ARen to Ober-Ageri, LSndli (sauatorluiu, 100 bedsl, Eier- 

.^. n__. _._.__. .1 .L. /<._».i._.. .1..:. Habsburg op- 


.-„ , , ...- .iere.-A dti- 

igenre (twice daily; omnlbaseB also in BUmincr) pliea from Ohet-Ageii to 
Aorgarten (Kf. M.) apd thence 1« Sattel station (3 M. ; p. tll|. 

The Railway fhom Zdb to Abth-Goldau (10 M., in 20-30 min.; 
buing electrified) passes nnder the town by a tnnnel and skirls the 
E. baoh of (be Lake of Zug, in a series of embankments anil via- 
dncls over the rayines descending from the Zugerberg. Chsrming 
view, to the right, of the lake, with the chftteau of Buonas (p. 93) 
and Immenaee (p. 117) on ita E. bank. Two tunnels. — 237a ^■ 
Walohwil (steamboat station, see p. 90; Knrbaus, with lake-baths 
and a park, 50 beds from 4, B. l»/j, L. 4, D. 5, P. froju 10 fr.; 
Eugel; Stern, good; Peus. Klauaenegg), with l<J4(i iubab., is sur- 
rounded by chestnnt trees and vineyards. — After five more tunnels 
tbe line ascends along the base of the Eossberg (p. 94) lo (d8 M.) 
Arlk-Gnldau (p. 117), jnnetion for the St. Golthiird Railway 
(p. 117), the line to Einsiedcln and Wadenswil (p. Q2), and the Rigi 
Itailway {p. 109). 

The Railway from Zuo to Luc;EitNit (18 M., iu 35-45 min.; 
being electrified) skii-ts the Hat N. bank of the Lake of Zug and 
croaaes the Lone twice. — SI'/, M. Cham (1394'; Kabe; liilr; 
4060 inhab,), with a slender church spire and a large condensed milk 
factory. — The line now runs parallel with the W. bank. Pretty 
view of tbe lake to the left ; on the hill above Zug appear tBe hotels 
(p. 90); in tbo nitddlc distance rises the Rigi; and to the right are 
the Stanser Horn, the Engelberg Alps, and Filatne. — 24 M. Both- 
- krenz (1410'; railway reat:mrant), is the jantUin Iot 'Casi'tofc 
from Aitrau to Arth-GoWau (p. 21). Un Ihc U\i.c, V'U'*-^'^'*^-' 


%-2 ir. R.tS.~Hapi,pp. tOf.4'1- EINSIKDEI.N. From W/ldeiWHUl 

K the ancient chfttcua of Biifmaa (16-11)'), rccentl; rDstored. — Wc 
snter the yafley of the Reiui*. — 26'l, X. GitiMon-Root (to the 
St. HichaelskreiLi, I'/i br., use p. 101). Through aa oprning to 
the left we snrvej the Rigi. ~ 30'/, M. Ebikua. The train skirts 
the£i)fSM(138S'), 1'/*'^' '""g- paasos throagti n tnnnel, and rrosaea 
the KensB. The line now joins the lines From Bfrlc (p. 15) und Berne 
(p. 146), on the right, and the St. Gotthard Bailway <p. 117) on the 
left, and lastly pasges through two Hhort tunnels. 
36 M. I/iiceme, sec p. 94. 

26. From Wadenswil to Arth-Ooldan. 

to H. Swiss Soimi-EiBTERH Ratlwat id !</■ br. Ifi fr. &b, i It. IS d.) ; 
to Einutdeln, lO M., io 1 hr. (i f r. 16, a ft. 70 c). 

WOdemwil (1345'), see p. i%. The line ascends the fertile 
Blopei on the 8. bank of the Lake of Zarieh, comniaDding beaotifnl 
riewB of the lake, with the Cnrflrsten and Sentia in the baekgronnd. 
— 2 M. Burghalden (1740'); 3 M. Samttagern (3080'; Stem, 
with garden-rcstanrant), jnnction of the line (to the left; see p. 46) 
to Pfiffikon and Rapperswil via WoUerau (HOf.-Pens. Bellevne; 
Hirach), 14'/) M. in l-l'/j hr. 

6 M. Schindellegi (2480"; Freihof ; Hirsch) is a an ni me i- resort 
with a modern chnrch. 

Diligence N.E. la (i M. in i/,hr., 1 fr.) FeuHlabere IHIV; Hut.-Peng. 
BohDnfelB, JQ beds, Hat.-Pen«. Frohe Aaseteht, 4fi beii. at both F. from 
e fr. ; Kuihaun FcUKieeattenI, a haallti-teioTt. — To the W. from Schindil- 
legiaioid (dtligeDce) leada to the (i<l,li.) hetllh-ieioit of Hiltten (iUf; 
Enchaui Kcgna, 60 beda, P. from S Cr. ; Krenz, P. from 7 fr.), above ths 
idyllic BOttenaee. Dilieeace from HUllou to WUenawil, see p. IS. 

From Scbiud«llegi E. to the SltE»I (3610'), V/, bi., bf a narrow road 
tD the top, with in inn and a view of lbs Lake of ZDiicb, Limmat-Tal, 
8ihI-Tal, Alp-Tsl and EioBiBdalo, Schwyier MylheB, and the Alps. Tho 
deeeanl may be made S.E. ID tbe ('I, hr ) Elsel i^nsa isUfi'; inn), witb tbe 
chansl of St. Ueinrad |froBcoea), and thence cilbor N. bj- road to (a M.) 
FfUBkon (p. dS), or S. to the Sihl bridge anrl (4V< M.) EinaiedelD. 

The line crosses the brawling Sihl, ronnda the Hohe Ronen and 
approaches the Alp, which falls into the Sihl here. To the S. appear 
the Mythen (p. 118). — 7'/. M. Biberbrticke (2730'; HOt. Wald- 
Bchloas, 40 beda, P. from 8 fr. ; Post), where the Biber falls into 
the Alp, ia the station for the (5 M.) Kurkaiit Gollaehc^Jcenberg 
(3779'; 40 beda from 4, P. from 12 fr.). 

From fiiBERSRttcKB to Einsikdeln, 3 M. , branch-railway in 
13 niin., through the narrow green Alptal. 

Etnsiodeln. — Hotbi.b. *Pfau, lOO beds from 3V,, B, 1 fr, 80 c, 
L.SV9, D.4% P.fromlOfr.; Sonne, 80 beds from a, D. S')., P.lO-lSfr.i 
Stjireh, eo beda fmni t, B. l>/r!i D- 3'/t< S. a fr. ; Rigi, !0 beda; BOr, 
a from IV,, P. 110 fr. i Pilgerhof, JO beds tram 1V„ P. from 8 fr.-, 
KUniae. M beds; St. Katharina, f.b beds; II6t..Reit. St. Georg, 
Oman at the RatbaUH. 


h>jlrta-SoMi™. EIHSIEDEI.N. Jf''P'.M>''«.«*.""- -IIR.3V. 93 

Eiuieddii^'or Nvtre-Dante-det-Ermita (2895'; pup. »2iH}, 
ODe of the moit tamoiu pilgriia-resorta in the world, haa a Bene- 
dietJne Abbey, founded b; Eberhard, Csnan of Strasbourg, on the 
site of the eell of 8t. Meiarad, who was murdered in 861. This 
■bbe; was richly dowered with lands bj the Emperors Otho 11. 
(973) and Henry II. (1018) and became an independent principality 
of the Holy Roman Empire. The chief festival ('Engelweihe') is on 
Sept. 14th. — Ski-ing ia extensively practised in winter. 

The main street leads from the station to (6 min.) the Urge open 
space in front of the lofty bnildings of the monastery. In the centre 
is a black marble FourUain with fourteen jets, Bnrmonnted by an 
image of the Virgin, from which the pilgrims are wont to drink. 

Under lie Areadet, which torm a aemiciicuUr approsch to the church 
on the right «nd left, is well Mi in the sijusre itself, Iheto ue nuraerou* 
BtilU For the sale of priyer-booka, imigea of aainta, roaaiisa, medals, 
onicifiiea, and other devotional ohjeots. 

The Abbey (2985'), oceupying an area of 16 acres, «aa rebnilt 
1704-23 after a Are. The Church, in the centre of the main facade 
(149 yda. long), dates from 1674-1735. On the right and left of the 
entrance are statnes of the two Emperors (sec above). 

The 'Chubch, terjBnlly realorej, is s noble and well-proportioned work 
of the t>u'oque period. In the vaulted octagonal ohambei inside the main 
entiince Is the CHapel of the Virgin. liiHt of hlack mail.Je in IBIS in 
the aliBsie style and contiinins the richly decked vonAer-wnrkine image 
of the ViiBin, of black wood. Tie raagniaoont chandelier in the nave w«a 
pieaenled by Napoleon III. in IB«6. A handaome iron screen |in?e.S61 
aividei the nave from the ehoir, which was redecDrited in 1716 in the 
rococo atylB. The lai^ organ ia worked by electricity. — The FUrstcmtud 
(open to vieitoi- """■■-- . = .„ ...i , ■„ , ,, — .: ,. o„. 

ml., Fianci s Jo seph , 
ises St,000 vali.met. 

About 5 min. N.W. of the monastery ia a Panorama of the 
Oru<djkcim (adm. 1 fr.). — Fine views from the fferrenberff (3650'), 
•/, hr, 8.E., and from the Si. Meinradaberg, '/i hr. S. 

Faou BiHsiiDBUi TO BcBwia, i bra. By road (diligence to dber- 
IheiR in a-Ji/, hia., * ti. W c] vii (* M.) Ontt and across Ihe Sihl to 
(4V, M,| Evtai; then back to the left liank and up the valley to |7V,M.) 
tintor-rbarg {XbV; Knrhans Drusberg, 40 bed.; Eiiisli-Post], a heallh- 
leeorl in a sheltered situation. ExouisioDs hence to the Spltalberg (SITS'), 
l>/i hr.; to the Bict {MM'; extensive view), ti/,-S bra.; and to the Draa- 
berg nHV). 6 hre.. vii the Ttcingen Tobd and the Ka»ern-Alp (53161. — 
The diligence road ends at (10 U.) OtJar-tbei-g (MSIf; Kdt.-Feue. Peat. 
66 beds, ?. from e<U h- ; lloldener, 40 beds from i. P. from S fr.), another 

shorter routt (t bre.) from Einniccleln is by the diligence road up the A[|i- 
Tal to [41/, H.) the village of AlfUil [SlbeT; Stem), then by 1 steep and stony 
path to the (1 hi,) Hagenrgg Fata (464B'; inn) and down to (I'/, hr.) Sohwyi. 

(he courtyard on the right, is hang with p°n 
lemperoraVm- -' " ■-'---' --'----■-- 


94 ti. R.te.-x 

Buyonit BibcrbrDcke (p. 92) the Arth-GoldBii nilws; oroBBoa (hi- 
Uibcr, and aaccads acraaa a nionotonona pUteaa. — 9'/) U. AUmail 
(3030'), uu R large moor. Tbe Srhwyzi^r Mytben come into view on 
the left, and tbe long ridge uf tbe Rigi on the right. 

12 M. Botbeutharm (3067'; Ocbs) la named after a red-raafed 
tower belonging to fortifloationa erected bj the Schwyiers in 1316. 

Tbe railway then descends tbe wooded valley of the Sttiner-Aa 
(two tnnnelfl) to (15 M.) Sattel-Ageri (2712'); to the left ia tbe 
Tillage ot Battel (Nene Krone, '/, M, from the station ; Alte Krone, 
in the village), at tbe E. base of tbe Rosaberg. 

Tha lOid fcom Sutte] to gobvyi (iU.; a Sue vilk; omnibii* ivice 
dail;) cioBHB Ifae Sleinec-Ai and laacnda the W. alope ot (he Haggen. 
At (1'/. hr.) the Hindi Inn [» litllo farther on, the Burg Inn) Schwvt and 
the MTthaa becoms lieible. Thence (o Seeicai itition (p. 118) ia min., lo 
«C*1OTB (p. IIS) to min. 

The *BoBaberg (hiehest peik, ICibfiptt;, SIW), i moimtiin ot cou- 
,„,„..?,..:.:.,,. -he lakea of Zug, r 

.„r 1,- =■ — — . „-..—... 1!6 hedB). SiiperE view! We may 

de«and to Ageri (p, tll) ai to the Zugerberg (p. DO). 

The railway deeeenda the alopea of tbe Rossberg, by acTeral 
vf aducta and aahort tunnel, to (1T>/, M.) Steinerbfrg (1950'; ROasti ; 
LOwe), a village with a pilgrimage-charcb, aitnated on tbe remains 
of tbe Guldau landalip (p. 118). Another short tunnel. — 20 M. 
Arlk-Goldau, see p. 117. 

27. Lucerne and its Environs. 

Ilttilway8tation(Pl.D,*; 'ReetanranO, with tbe mam cuBtoin-houBe; 
exit to tho mtraifhl ahrad. to IhH town on Ihe left. — All the 
Steamboatia ei 
- ■landlmB tr 

Hotels' (some closed from Oot. to Uan^h). On vob n'-'aisKor tbr 
Lahei *SauceiserlioflPl.l; D, i), 100 bede and 100 bith-rooiua, It. from S, 
B. i'lt, h. 7, D, S, P. from il tr., Lfiatrner Hfif (PI. i; D, 31, 200 heds, 
eloaed ia ISil, both belonging to the same tiropriDtor; *Gi:-IIdt. Xational 
(PI. »; E, S), WSbediand lOObath-rooiuB, K.fromS, H. »'/» I~ W. D- 1», 
P. ftom aifr.j *Ptaace IIoM (PI. pa; F. .t;, seo bcda and lOO bilhToomB, 
R.tromS, B. 3, L.8, D. 10, P. trom!ltr.i*eaj'«OHHo(rfTti'o«(P1«;0,»). 
H»lden-Btr.. IBO bede »Tid oO balh-touuis, K. from B, B. a, I., e. D. j. r, from 
n ft., with sardenB and lake-baths; 'ifonlami (PI. mo; F, S), US bed» 
and 40 bath-rooms, K. from «, B. 2'f„ L. (3"/,, ]1. N, I', from IJ fr.. with 
flue view, reached troin the Halden-Straiae by a cable railway; *I>ean- 
mvage (Pl.t: i\ tj, Haldon-Str., 135 beds. *Gr.-ll6l. dn I'^arope (PI. B; 
O.a), Haldon-Str., 220 beds, with Kafiena, •.Vcfticnn * Kfffi (Pl.IO; D,S), 
Sohwanen-Platz, near the Sehwaiierbof, 110 beds, at tbCBC thn?a R. from 6, 
B. i, I., fi, D. 7, P. from IT fr. — •HBl.-KjM. *Hc« |P1. 7; 0, i), Haiden- 
"•- ""bedB,Hd(.-fti«.BoiK(i(Pl.02;O,a),8^'— '- -'>■■"-'• • • - - 



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» beili, V. from lib., [« u gpen lito' 
. I'/i ti-i ud SAOnau. on tha HegBfln tiwd 
- ■ ■ -'.fromW,fr.),«iMi.. 
oa the like [p. lU). 
■»lly open in nuBiinsr onlj). Orand-Hdid * OoU- 
Hard Terminw. Bilmhot-Slr, [PI. 36, I). 1; p. 96]; Qirlion U. Tivtai, 
Haldea-Sti. |1'1. K, U, «; p. 91); with tonice ; Huffoeiriit (tee below); 
Monopole, it Ibe HStEl Monopole [p. <ia), oppoglte the itilway atiliDB; 
J-ioro, PiUtus-Str. i, Beu the station, with girden ; Cafi-Reat. Victoria, 
Pil«to«-Str., corner of Hits oh mutt- Sti. ; SladtAof (PI. E, !); Chez Robert, 
Uwen-Btr. S, with giiden (gee below; ; Rebttock (PI. 14. E. 1, S; p. ai}, 
LBwen-Str., clDsa bj, with girden (s rendeivoua of chenB-playara) ; Stadt- 
ttUer, Sternen-FIiti 3, with leirice; Rotengarien, Oiendel-8tr. IT; 
FtHkiTigarten, GtandeLStr., appoeita tha liat; LSaengarUii, neii the 
Uon (p. SS); BierliaUe Dubeli, Fnrreorueu M. — Wine at tbe Ooldntr 
Stern fPl. 6S, C, 4; p. BS] md Ihe Rebitnck (us abova). — Oonfeotionw*. 
nugiienin. Alpan-Slr. 8 lad & (alao a &^■^cluB reataurint), Kurnul (aee 
below), Wiener Caf<!Clu:! Robert ineeebove). Grand- HetfliQoWiaTd {aee 
ahave), siithBBB wilhorche«tr». — lVc*Km(, Qreadei-Str. li ; Zimmermann- 
Bofer, OreDdel-Btr., n«it door to the Sohwin |p. 04); POtitterit dM Hon 
(flrUlor), LBwon-atr. IS ; aOtTig, Bahnhof-Str. T. 

Kuraaal (Pi. P, S ; p. 9J), with readinB and Baming rooms, caWmaUn- 
ilnt, Rvdena, and toDDie-conrte. Concerta daily, From 4 tc « [M g.) and from 
B.SO to 11 p.m. (1 fr.). — Open-air concerts in the Kundata |P1, E, 3), la 
fine weather. — EurkaTU (Oharpd for in Ihe hotel-hilf) tor one daj JO e., ■ 
for 7 days, entitling to redaced prii^a tot meal of the aighta, 1 ir. TS c. 

Battaa on the i^iiai National |P1. F, t); awimming tb, separate bath 
SOB. (towela 10 c. to 1 fr.): on the AlpeD-Unal (Ft. F, 5), Ific. Swimming, 
air, and aun iiatha at the Lido, if> min. S.W. of llalde tramway atation 
(No. I, aee below), Warm bath» at the mtd du Lac (p. Sb) and al FOder-; 
Sprener-Brtlcke (PI. B, 3). 

PoHt, Telegraph and Telephone Offloe (PI. D, 4). near the 

Oabe. MoToa Cahb ['Anto-Taiis')! drive in the town, l-4per«. for 
the Eiet SOO metres 1 f r., every 60 m, more 10 e. ; lat km. 2 fr. 30, everj km. 
more I tr. SO c, with extra oharge of 60%. At (light [10-0). 1-1 pera. for 

70c., every km. more If'r'., with estracharee of 100"/„. Other eitra* are nphiti 
jonineyB (Soncniatt I, Qnlacb S, Sonncnberg 6, Dietschibiirg 8 tr.) and relum 
jonrneyBBithoolpasaengen. LuKg"e= of o''erlOkg.(!2 lbB.)&Oc., trunk Ifr. 

Tramwaya (fare 1B-S5 0.), starting from the railway station. 1. By the 
Schweizerhof Quay and Hiiden-Str. to the HSt. de I'Europe and H^o^fBMIion 
(DietBchiherecsbio railway, aee lietow); 2. By the Schweizerhof Itoay, the 
Alpen-Str.. and Ztlrich-Slr. (P].D,2, l;I.ionMonamenl) to JfttihoA* 3-Bythe 
Pilatua-Str. to Krieni (p. W; bevond PI. €, 6; !5 c), eonneoting with the 
Sonnenberg cable railway (sea below); 4. By the Bahnhof-Str., Pfislaisaiae, 
Baaal-Str. (Otltech atation, PI. A, S). and Emmenbrllcke [p. 15) to OeiiiMM. 

Cable BailwaTS. Up tVeOUUch (p. M), every 10 min.; fare 60«,, 
retnm-tickel 70 c. — Up the Diftiehiberg (p. tW), every 10 mln.i hra 
Ifr. 30 c., Ifr., return- ticket Ifr. 70, I fr. 20 a. — Up the BoHitenbara 
Ip. 99); (are 1 ft. 25, return-ticket 1 is. 40 c. ; return-ticket (also viS the 
Qntech) including tram-farea to Kriena and tha Oatach 2 fr. 10 e. 

Bowtng Boats at the Quai National and Schwanen-Ptatz ; per hr. 
BOc.-afr., boatman 1-1 '/i fr. — Saii.iko Boats 8*)rSVi tr. per hour, boatman 
l-l'/i Ir. — MOTUR Boats. 1-S pera. iSfr. per hr., 4-8 pera. gift.; morning 70, 
afternoon 80 fr. ; whole day 110 fr. To St. NiklauBen and Kastanieubanm, 
to Seabuig, and to Mcggen-KBsanacht several times daily. 

Money Otiangers. fU<^^ a>., Bchwanen-PUti >; Oriv^iiCo., 
BchweiierhofQuay; Thunuu Cbok i Hon (sei? p. 97): American Exvrett Qi. 
Ime p. 97), 


twtanlCharch (PI. D, 8,, . 

SKBYIOiis (Jnno-Bept.l si the Chtistuskirfhe fPl. D, 3) in the Unaeeg-Slrawo. 
Oolf Courts (9 holesl on ths DietBchiberg (p. »B) ; open fraiD April 

BritlBb Gonmil, T. Edgar Harteif, 8eehof-!;tr. 3. — United Btate* 
ViO»-ConBid, lio C. Funk, LairBii-Stt. 5. 

TourlHt AgenlH. Thomat Cook i Son, Bchwinen-FlBlz 7 leiFnrsioDs 

ri»l™ii^l?.' 4. si the H6t«l Hutiowl (p. M). 

EininiBiOFFiOB,K»pe]]-Pla»*[weekd»y86-ia**-6), - PflOTooBApmo 
MiTiKiiM. a EiTsbrunner, ZBrioh-Str. 4; W, Ecker, Kipell-FliU 10. — 
TttiTiLLiKO iBD Sfoktibb Biqcisitib. AmrtiTi * Son, WeegisgiesB M j 
i^cAmld-yMchfr, Kipel^iaio b. 

Timea of Admlxsioil. .:4[iiine 0nrden 
""), Ifr. — .^piBBumlPl. " " "- - ' 

..,■( * History Uuteum (p. .-,, . .. ^ 

Glacier Garden Ip.SS), Ifi. mt.~NatHTal BittOTg Sluteum, i 
tonal School |P1. C, 4); (res on Taei. & Thuri. S-1; fiOc. on Sun. lu-ii. — 
Organ Becital 8t the Hofltircha (see below), in snuimer onoe or twice ■ 
week it 6 p.m., 1 ft, 60 c. — State ArcMvea (p, 99), 9-18 & a-6, 

Lueeriie, Ger. i(?i«m (1437'; pop. 44,029), capitul of a canton 
and the chief tonriat -centre in Switzerland, lies pictorcBqoely an 
the Lake u( Lucerne, at the efflai of the R&i»», and is partially 
i^nclosed by walls with nine watch-towers, erected in 13S5, while its 
amphitheatricslBitDatlon,faclngtheBnow-c]adAlp8,iti very striking. 
The ReoBs diridea the town into two nnei]aal parts, connected by 
six bridges, of which the See-BrUcke (PI. D, 3, 4), 52' wide, wbb 
built in 1869-70, while the KapeU-BrUoke (PI. C, D,3,4) and the 
SpreMT'ErUdce (PI. B, 3) date from the middle ages and are roofed 
over fur protection against the weather. The paintings inaide the 
roof, dating from the 18th cent, but recently restored, represent, 
in the case of the former, scenes from the history of the town, and 
in the case of the latter, a Dance of Death. Adjoining the Eapell- 
Bracke, in the river, rises the old Wcuterturm (PI. D, 4), 

The ScHWBiEBRHOF Qtliv and its continnation the QuaiNational 
(PI. D, E, F, 3), with their avenue of chestnnts, extend along the 
N. bank of the lake in front of the large hotels, the Kw-Platx (with 
a group of wrestlers, by H, Siegwart), and the Karaaal (p. 96). The 
chief points in the magnificent *View (indicators on the quay, in 
front of the Schweizerhof and HOtel Kational) are (I.) the Eigi 
group, with the Knlm and the Vitznaner Stock, the Bnrgenslock and 
Bnochser Horn in the centre, and (r.) the Stanscr Horn and Pilatns. 
To the right of the Vitznauer Stock are the distant Clatlden and 
TOdi ; on either side of the Bnochaer Horn are the Engelberg Alps, 
with the Titlis on the extreme right. 

The Hofkirche (PI. E, 2), dedicated to St. Leodeg^i: , -««& 
founded c. 735 and rebuilt after a fire in 163a. T\i(i X.-flo *»''^|^ 
towers were erected in 1504-S5. It conlam a. Cir^ti ^'^'ft^^ V^ 


98 ft. BohU it. LUCBBNE. "w 

BtatlBofthelTth cent, and a choir-screen oF 1644. Tbe treasDrf, con- 
tainiDg Talnable works of the 12th (;cnt.,.ia shovn by the sacristan. 
Organ-recital, see p. 97. In the picturesque arcades enclosing the old 
chnrchjard arc the tombs of oldLncernetamilies. Theeiit behind the 

Tbe Alpcn-Strasee leads N. to the LOwen-Platz, beyond which 
is tbe fanioDB 'Xaon of Iiaoeme (PI. D, 1), a memorial of the 
26 officers and 760 soldiers of tbe Swiss Qaard, who fell in defend- 
ing the TdleriFB in 1792. The dying lion (28' in length), reclining 
in a grotto, is hewn oat of the sandstone roct after a model by the 
Danish BCDlptorT/iOT-wafiiReit (1821). In sninmcr tbe monament is 
iUnminated with electric light till 11 p.m.; in winter it is protected 
by a screen of planks against the weather. — Adjacent is the ent- 
rance to the *aiaeler Oarden (PI. D, 1 ; adm., see p. 97 ; explana- 
tory guide byPro(.Heim,40c.),areniarkable relic of the ice-period, 
when the Renss glacier extended hither from the St. Gottbard across 
tbel'Uke of Lncernc, with rocks worn by the action of theiee, erratic 
bonlders, and thirty-two 'giant's cauldrons' (the largest, No.ll, being 
S6'wideHnd31' deep), and an artificial glacier-mill (Ko. 44) showing 
the origin of the cauldrons. Other features of Interest are a recon- 
strnction of a lake-Tillage (with some genuine relics), several Urge 
reliefs of mountains, a collection of stuffed Alpine animals, etc. 

Close by, in the Hnsegg-Str., is a castellated buildmg erected 
in 1910 as a Maseum of War anil Peace (PI. D, 2), but now to be 
couTerted into a niuscum of arts and crafts. 

Unaint and picturesqnc honses of the 16~17tb cent, still snrriTe 
in the crooked streets of the older parts of the town (Fl. C, D, 3). 

The FHtmhi Fountain in the Kapell-PlatK (PI. D, 3) was 
designed by the Lucerne architect Am Khyn (1919), 

The Old BathauB (P1.C,3), in tbe Kornuiarkt, with its massive 
w^tch-tower, dates from 1519'1605 and was thoroughly restored 
in 1905-8. 

The intarior ^m., tee p. 87) contains a petmani^ut eihiliition of piotniea 

tlia old Bnenll, In the iai Toom an sevatil ^innera captured at Sempsch 
(p. 15]; in the glanB.caM on tbe Mt nsllta the coat-Df-niiiil of Duke Leopold 
of Anstiia (No. i6) anil a ohaeeil awoid-hiU ('Tellonsctiweit') of the 16th <»nl. 
(So. SI); in the ind gUas.caBe in the middle, email Hoiaan hrouzes; in the 
windows, a collection of elaiaed glais of thel4-isth cent.; relici otthepre- 
hiBtoitc,CaItu-Ronian, A-lcmaiiniae. and medieval periads: uniforms of SwiH 
enarils; also old Swiss Hags, including several presenteil liy Popes Julins II. 
aadLsoX. — Oa the &rsl Soor, reached hy a tine Gothic winding slairusa, 
ia the CSjuiicil Chamber, with 16th cent, oning oa the coiling and walla. 

The latC'Gothic fountain in the picturesque Weiuniarkt (PI. 
C, 3) is by Conrad Lux (1481 ; restored in 1903). 

On the left bank of the Kenss are the Jesuit Church (Fl. C, 4), 
bnilt in 1667 -7;i i[i the baroque fitylc, and the Fra,iciscan Charrh 
or Barfilsser-Kirche (PI, C, 4), with a Gothic choir of the early 



LUCERNE. «■ Boutetf. 09 

lith oe&t. sad a caTved polpit ol 1649. The Government Bmldingt 
(Bagierniigs-OebSude) contitiii the State Archives (adm., see p. 97), 
iBCladinga gold scsl of Charles the Bold, taken from the Burguodians. 
The Mwtioipal labrary contains Bo'me talnable MSS. and engrav- 
— The pictnresqne plank -bnilding (PI. D, E, i), called Fest- 
i, near the station was erected for the ride-shooting featiial in 
1901 and is now need for exhibitions and as a marbet. 

The 'QUtBch (1720"; PI. A, 3, 4), a height to the W. of the 
town, is reached by tram (No. 4) and cable railway {p. 96), or on 
foot hy the 'Giltschweg' in '/4 1"'. At the top, to the right, is the 
HSt.-Pens. Chdteau Gutack (p. «5), with a garden - restaurant 
(band in the afternoon). Pictoresque view. The walk from the 
Qtltach to the Sonnenberg (sec below) takes 35 minntes. 

A more extensive sorvey of the Alps is commanded by the 
hills to the N.E. of the town: from the terrace in front of the 
grounds of Dm Lind&i (PI. G, 1 ; 1810'), BO min. from the Hof- 
kirche, and especially from the *DietBoliiberg (2110'; restanrant), 
called the Ldtile Eigi, reached by cable railway (p. 96) from the 
tram -term in us of Halde in 6 min., or from the 6nndaldingen-8tr. 
(PI. G, 1) on foot in 20 minntes. Golf course (p. 97), opened in 1921. 
Near Halde station is the Alpine Garden of Anciait SwUterland, 
with alpine plants and trees, reproductions of mcdiceval buildings, 
etc. (adm., seep. 97), 

To the S.W. of the railway station (see inset map at p. 94) the 
follows the valley of the KrietAach via Eichhof to .Kriens 
(1675'; Hot. Piiatus; Linde), a large village (pop. 7247), with ma- 
chine works and silk mills. The tiam atops at the station of the 
'Iway (p. 96), which ascends in 10 min, to Ihc top of the — 

Sonnenberg (2360'; Gr.-HOtel Sonnenberg, with restaarant, 

p. 95), Wc enjoy a magnificent view of Pitatus and the Alps from 
the Sentis to the Tltlis and Snstenhom, with the lakes of Lucerne, 
Sempach, and Zng, and the hilly landscape to the N. Adjacent are 
.eitensive woods with pleasant walks. The Gnlsch is reached from 
the Sonnenberg in 35 min. on foot: we descend past the station and 
^tnm to the left (guide-post), passing near Wie Sehunzerhusli Jb Hotel 
'" llevue, with a garden- restaurant. At the beginning of the woods 

the Lucerne reservoirs, whence a footpath on the left and a road 

the right lead to the GDtsch. 

To the 8. rodds lacend from Kiiom to (!0 min.) the ohUoau otSOtautB- 

_ (1886') ami the ('/, br.) Hotel -Penmon Himmelreieh (!38!'i 20 bedB, 

t. »-IOfr.), I heillh-ieeort amid woods, with fine view. — Acothei roiLd, 

ding W. fioni KfieuB, asceodx along the Ki-ienbach, tuinine to the left 

the siiiithv, and then pactly through woods vi& the Staldegg Uses') 
{I'l, hr.) HarsiawBld (aeao'; Kurhaua. good), I health-resort. Or we 
J Eontinue to follniF the road to the Renggbach and viS Lehnhof to 

' hi.) Eisental (SSSO'; Kurhiue Bigental; KorhaaB PilBtaabliak\, 

bei hMlth-resoM, with a view of I.uoBrne and fte \»,Ve ^iim *« 

tenrgg. Thence I0 Schwartenberg (p. 14fil, Hit, 


28. The Lake of Lnceme. 

Bteamara (piara. ,e,: p. IM). Fkou Liiukske to Fi.ii 
inIV,-Bi/,hr». (Ilfr. ;ifr. !K.B.); 1" We«(>i.. in »/.hr. (! fr. ;. 
tu Vft«ii«u in I l„. {.1 tr. lU, 1 fr. OS c); 1o llninuBD in .1 liv 
Sfr.].— 'riiK)iMinCHT([i. mi). Hy,M.. in l-li/, lir. (l/t. i*. 

■n priicuiiKl on lioVrd. h'auii'ly-ttcketn u.' oliliiiDxIJc^^ 1 
11 fr. Nle. (iHt cliu) and 11 tr. (inrl cl»i»)i uu tnbOTkllift > i'' 

(e.e. 20 coupunH froni l,iic»rDu In KlUekn]. Trniik ■lO-ROc', 
imrkltinn in<l laiidin;;. Iti'slan rants on l.oaril. 

Thi^**I.abe ofLooente (1435'), <;.-r. Vlenni' 
or ■Lahr iit tlin K'linr FiircHt Cantnnx' (liri, Hchtryx, I 
aiid t.ncerni') to whii'li iti> banks IhUoh);, jk unsurpii!>Ki'< 
tuid Tiir iiiagiiiflccnci' mid variety III Kccnci;. ItroiiniHi 
sectioni: on the ^V., iiitlictorm otucroim, tbi'l.nrerii' 
Heigiswi1-Al{inach, au<l Weggia bayt; llicn the (rrr- 
dnally, tui'iiingS., tbeliake of Uri. Length from Lai-i" 
93 H. ; average width 2 H. ; greatest depth TOO'. 

Soon after leaving li nee me the steamer kffords as 
laresqae vii^v uf the tiiwn, with its towers ami villn 
Oil the hillside ia the nunnery of Neubivh, erccit" 
the right thi- Villa Trilmckeii (rpaidenee ot Rifh;i 
1866-73), with a group cif iioplurs. Before ns, to th< 
Rigi, to the right Pilataa, and facing ns the It<lrgi'n> 
Staiiser Horn to tlie right and the Titlia hehind tn 1 1 
loft of J'ilatnH, the M'ettcrhKmer, SehreckliOrner, Hi" 
■lungfrau gradnally beconie visible. The wiiodeil pri' 
left, with a statue of Chrial, is the (I'/iM.) Megi/tmli 
the KUrunacht ateamer). Ilryeml AUalad, a womleil 
iiients of an old Btnrehoune, the Lake a! Kiissnaeht i> 
Ti> Ihr right ne oiitiiiii ii vii-w of the IFergiswil bni 

The KjiDHHAciiT Htkxhrh from Ueggenhorn >■ 
bvrg, then at (4'/j M.) Vorder-Ueggen (rail. • 
AugelSnh, good ; Znr Balm, 15 beds, gooci; Kronz, 1.' 
Charlen, Frencli, 44 beds, P. from 8 fr.), euinniand. 
csqnc ch&tean of Nea-Hababiirg, in the park o> 
hy the trees, is the tower of the ancient enatle, li 
Lncemera in 13r>3. Tiie fertile slopes of the \ 
dolteil with farms and villiis. Above, '/, hr. fruT 
the lake, la the HOL-Peiie. Sehrmau (i9GS' ; p. !> 
calls at (.') M.) Hlntor-MegKen ant) (6'/, M 
{Eintraehl; Linde), whence it nrosscs to (7'/j 11. 
Pens. St. Wendelin, 2fi beds, I', from 8 fr.). 


._ ., _, Ifr. 80e., U orD 4, .. , 

, _. I'U L. SI/,, ni, P. train Sfr.; eugei, with the 'Qoetha I 

(IIBJ), both intlia ■iniie; i((»m, un the InimenMw roid; Z-'m Bahnhaf, 
maieat. ~ Anautun Sikviues, May-t!«ptemh«r. 

Kllsmai:>a (1443'; pup. 4099) is prettily nitnutpd at the N. 
end of thn lalio anil at Ibe N.W. boHO nf the Kigi. Tlid aqnura, 
wliicfa w ailorncil with a William Toll fomitain, iatbciiiccling'pliice 
lit tliR roatU rnini Unipixiu anil Wnggis (pp. KH), 103; K.), rruiii 
Iiiimoiisi'i- (scobduw; N.), ami rnini liii' railway Ktalioii (p. 117; 
higher up, 'A hr. W.). 

Hiiil ndnrnnil in JS05 with a punting represenliag Qesslet'a death. C 
Uomnn CathoKo miSBionar]> iDBtitnlion of BeiAUkem, i 
' litted). The ro^ dividea 10 min, further on: to 
/nint«n>ferD. 117): to the left, the villiec. 
nA tiom KtlHnaeht el 
Udligentml {iOiffi E 

rl an uDpreteiidiug inn. Beautiful vien of the lakea of Zng and 

m the inn. 

The Fi.jiGLKti Stbamkh flteera to the DentrR ot the croaa ('Kreni- 
Irichlei'') formed by the lake and untcr.n thi: Ituy ol Wuggiv, nn Ihu 
K. tiidi' uf which rises the BUrgenatui^k ip. 113). V/e skirt tint Taot 
<iC tht^ Sigi, the lower slopes of which are eovered with hotels,' 
villas, nod farms, and the apper with woods and pastures. Vege- 
tation, sheltered from the N. winds, is here luxnriant. Orchards, 
chestnut-groves, and avciiacs of %-trecs iloarish ; sub-tropical trees 
and shrubs thrive in the gardens. The inilil climate attractH erowds 
of visitors from spring till late in the iintunin, bat in snnimer it is 
very hot hert'. 

The first stop is (5 M.) Hertonatein, Vj M, to the E. of the 
handsome *Schloss-Hfitcl Hcrtenstciii (90 beds from 5, B. 3, L. 5, 
D.6-8, P. from I5fr.). At the pier are the •HOt.-Peua.&Restanrant 
Hertenstcin (with baths; 70 beds from i'l^, B. 2, I.. 5, D. S'/j, P. 
from 13 fr.) and, 3 min. E., the •IKt.-Pcns. Pilatna (40 beds tvoJU 
3'/t, B. 2, L. 3'/,, D. 4'/,, P. from 10 fr.). — In front of us, to the 
right, peeps the donble-peaked Scbeerhorn. 

t^LK-Weg^a — IIoTsrj. IbthbOukbdouk: *J>iw(* Teri.viiii<*, 
ISO Iwda from 4V,, B. 2, L. 6, D.&'/„ P. from IS ft,; 'AhimihVictt, WlNx*^ 
una prii-es; *Allmtui, 90 Iwde, same ptitda, li. r. tt,-, «3chvoeiBOv»«»Ti 


102 JI. AIS-— JE 

ii beds trom 4Vir B. 

MbBil* from 4, B.I, , _ .. .. 

B, I'U h. 4, D. 5, P. from 11'/. ft- i 'Bden, 10 bed», same pricai ; BOUegg, 
41 beds from SVi, B.i, L. S^h, D. t'/n F. from 9 tr. ; Fthherg, SO beds from 4, 
B. IV,, L. 4, D. S, P. from lIVi tt.: Bdt.duLac,*S beds, St. QoUhard, 
lObedB, It both R. from 3>/i, B,!'/., L.SV>.D.4Vti P- f rom 10 fi.; Paraditt, 
40 b«cl> from »l,, D. 4, 8. S'l„ P. from 9 fi.; Viek^a, SO beds from S, 
B. I'/i. L. S, D. SI/,, P. from 8 fr. ; Petit. Friedlitim, 11 htAt, P. from 
S fr.! i*™*. lATidengarlen, 16 bcia, P. (roin 8 fr. — At Ustikdokp: 
*PaTk-B6tel BeUevue, 115 beds from 5, B. !, L. &<;„ D.6, P. from )4if,fi., 
vitb grounds, batha, et«. ; *ffaiional^ 5i beda from ^tti B. I'/j. L. f^fa, 
D. 4'/„ P. from 10 fr. ; •Rioi, 60 beds from S'L, B. H/., L, 4, D. 4V«. P- 
from 10 fr., with sardoDS od tbe lake ; *B6atli, 40 beda from t% B. H/t, 
L. S'/,. D. 4'/,, P. fiom 10 fr. ; Penl. FVohburg, on the Uke, «0 beds, Peng. 
Zitn^nerTiuxnti'S church, with garden, 2D boda, at both P. from 9 fr. ; Pent. 
Baumen, 80 beda, P. 7Vi-e fr. 

TieiroBB' Til SO c. par day. — PaoToaRiPino M*TKRiiLB at W. Bau- 

We^it, « thriTing yiUage (t942 inhab.), wilh large orchards 
and market-gardens, lies at the S.W. foot of the Kigi (p. Ill), up 
the slopes of vhich it climbs in terraces. The qua; is laid out with 
gardens. — Pleasant walks maj be taken past the parish charch (r.) 
In the Oberdort to the view-tower ot Rigiblick (IdSb' ;, and 
thence TJi Grcppen to (!'/, hr) Kassnacht (pp. 100, 101); alongtbe 
banks of the lake W. to Hertenstein (10 min.), and E. viS (35 min.) 
the •HSt.-Petu. IMxelau (60 beds from i, B. I'/,, L. 4, J). 5, P. 

baths; temperance) to (l'/4 hr.) Vilznau. 

From the steamer we observe to the left, high np on the moaa- 
tain-oreat, the Hfltel Bigi-Piret (p. 112) and then the Hfitel Unter- 

9'/, M. Titsnau. — Hotils. *mt. dii Potc. 8 min. W. of the 
nier, 140 beda from J, B. 2'/,, L. B'/i. D. S, P. from 17 fr., with lake-batba 
andeitenaiTegrounda; *VitsnauerHof, »0 beds from i, B.S, L. S, D, 0, 
P. from 11 fr., with eroguda and lake-baths, 'RigibaHn, b; the pier sod 
R^ railway station, SS beds fmm S'/i. B. 1<|„ I,. 4, D. &, P. from lO'f, fr., 
with terrace od the like; 'Bigi, 10 htda from 4, B. I'l„ L. 4, D. B, P. 
P. lTomi!i.iAlpenro»e, 33 beda fmm 3, P. from Sfr.; BeUevue, 10 beda, 
P. from B'ltii.-.VUlaRoaenegg. 15 beds, P, from 91/, fr.; Pent. Llebheim, 
IS beds, Braun, 16 beds, Handachin S5 beds, Untermylea, £0 min. W., 
wilh view, 30 beds, at tbese four P. from 8Vj "- 

Aholio» Sertiois at tbe Swiss Proteetaat Churcb in Angust. 

TOziWu (1010 inhab.), at the W. base of the VUznauer S/ock, 
is the startiog-point of the Jligi Raihoay (p. 109), the station fur 
which adjoins the pier. Opposite the station a bronze medallion 
com mem orates N. Biggenbaeb (d. 1899), the constructor of the rail- 
way. Shady groands above the Vitznauer Hof and the H&t. dn Pare, 
to tbe W. of the village. — A beautiful road skirts tbe lake to 
Gersau (p. 104; 4'/, M.), rounding the Obere Nase, which may he 
crossed by a footpath diverging to the left after 20 min. 


BEOSENRIEl). i!ap»,pp. lOS, 
from Vitmin) !■ tbe pi 

On the 8.W. Blope of tSe Vitznauei Stock (good brid 
■ry of 'Wlaaiflub, or W 

Tiev). Fi«ttv wBlka to (ho Haritboden, b min. 8.; Xatier-Vrml 

Beyond VilEnsn are Iwo bold promontories, called the Naeea 
(noses), rednoing the lake to s width of '/i M, and dividing the Baj 
olWeggia from the Bay of Gersan: the ObtreNoae (1.) a apnrof tbe 
Eigi, the Uniere (r.) of the BOrgenBtock. To the left of the Obere 
Nase the Gi&raisch (p.84) rises abore thePragel. The steamer doobles 
the Untcre Nase and calls Bomctimes at (IS'/^ M.) Ermetbilrg^ 
(p. 114), at the 8.E. foot of the Bflrgenstock, and alwava at (13*/, M.) 
Buoohs (1476'; •Hfitel Rigiblick, 50 beds, P. from 10Y,fr. ; Krone, 
50 beds from 3, B. I'/z, L. 3'/>, D. 4, P. from 9 fr.), a amiling village 
(1500 inhab.)i above which rises the finochser Horn (see below). 
EoailK leads hence to the Bargenstock (p. 113), to Stans (p. 116; 
3 M., diligence in '/j hr.), and to Beckenried (2'/, M.). 

I6M, Beckenried. — Hotkm. *Park-Hdtel Kidwaldner Uof, 
rijuin. W., on the lake, B6 beds from 4, B. H/., L.4, D. B, P, from 10 fr.; 
N4i»nc, 70 bL>d<., Moiid, 14 bedx, at bolb B. fiom 3>/» B. I'/i, L. S'/g. D. i, 
I', from B fr. ; Seftwjan, SO beds ; EdelKeiii, on the Emmelten roai, BS bedo, 
1', fRiiB T)ifr,; Pena.RigLU beds, P, from; K5*«(i, P. fram T fr.. 
liUia. — OiEEiioEa. To Sohaneck, with one hone 9. with two 15 fr. ; to 
Muon 9 and 15 fr. ; to AJpnaoh 18 and 85 fr. ; to Seelisberg 16 and Sa ft. ; 
lo Ibo BflrgCDstock iO and SO fi. Oratuitf oitra. 

Beckenried (1443'; 1628 Inhab.), where tbe delegates from 
the Fonr Forest Cantons nsed to assemble, is much frequented in 
summer. In front of the chnrch is a flne old walnut-tree. 

jiast the(lhr.l hydtopsthic ot SchBtieCk Isstsff; BOO beda from 6, P. from 
15 fr., open Jane-Sept,), to (I'/i U.) the village of Smmetten (Iftsr; 
tKurhaas Engel, with garden, S5 beda, P. from S fr. ; Poet], 1 aummer- 
rasort in s eholtered altaation. From the Steingaden (ajJO'l, V. br. N.B., 
» fine glimpae of Iha lake is obUined. A charming walk loada by the 
Rieedten Owge, throaeh which ruaheB the KobltaJbich, lo (M min. W.l 
SchDneck. — From Emmetten we may second between the Slutiberg and 
Niederbauen (see below) to the saddle above the S^eUBberg Like (p. 104} 
aod to the U'fthr.) Kurhans Seeliaberg (p. 104). 

The •NiedeTbauBC or BeelisbeFger Kulm Ifisa'; S'/ihia,; gnids, 
li Fr., not indispensable; path shady till S a.m.) is best ascended from 
Emmetlen. Near the achooS-bonse [S mio. E. of tbe Engel) a road aacenda 

JCoMtaZ to (1 hr.) tbe Ortt-itd Mp (92S5'). We turn ts the left, oroas tho 
KohlUlbach, and follow a steep, winding, but woU-made footpath through 
wood to the (I hr.) IlobergAlp{l^S')-, in 10 min. more we roacli thaNieder- 
tmmii Aip (SnaO'i tfmts,), whence we ascend over gi-asay bIomb to the (1 hr.) 
summit, Imposiug and pictareaque view at the Lake of Loceme from 
IWoeme to Fluelen, o( the Cri-Rotatock, Btisten Block, Tfldi, Scheethorn, 
and WindgSllen, and of the Reuas valley as far as Amatee. —The 
Obsrbauen or Baubfrg (6960'), another fine point, is ascenSed froui 
tbe Niederbauen Alp viil the rocky paaaage of Sfhickre. <d i hrs. (gniiie 
neceasary 1! fr.). Deacenl lo (*'/, hra.) Uenlal, see p. 108. 

The Buooluer Horn (5W0') may bo »BcendBd in '»l,\im. l««»- 
Beeksniied [guide deairable, 8(r.; fine view). Doacemt to l,\Vi :i SWa*" 
Bitlcenbath, see p. 199, 

RitDtstB'e SwiUeiliai. I8th Edition. 1 


104 U.Ii.»».-Mapt,pp.lon,tai. GEBSAU. Lat-c of 

On llic uppasitc baiilc, HiluHtcil anii<l orcharils latil waluut grovoii 
between the ViUnaui-v Slock aail tiic Ilocliliuli, lies — 

19'/, M. Oareftu. - - hotels. *ll.;,u. iceller, lOO beds fiom 5, 
It. S, L. ei D. i<U. i: 13 h., vilK Kinlen on Ihi^ Inko : lldlevHe, SO bads 
trum S, D. av„ P. from H% b. ; mt.-1'ena. lieau-atSoar, 40 beds fton 3, 
B. 1V» L. 3Vi, D. 1, P- (™oi 8Vs 'r. ; mt.-Peiu. Seehof, 50 beds from »■/„ 
B. 1V<, L' S'/., D. 1, ¥. frnm U ir.-, H6t.-PSHi. del Alpei, 18 beda, P. 
from 7 fr.; VHfaiiceorirfru, 15 bed*; Beaii-Blmge, labeds, P.troin 1'/i'r.; 
Sonne, in Imdii; Ptni. llattfn, 16 burls, P. from T tr., 'Ji br, above, on tbe 
SBbeid8Kfrro»d(p,lli).- Mutoii Bc.itb »-9 fr. per br. ; rowing-bo»t»80-90c. 

Gersau (3003 inhab.), with broad-e&ved cottages scattered aver 
the bilUidc, is the oldest health-resort on the lake. In the ravine 
behinil it are three silk-factories, and on tbe inoantain- crest above 
is tbe Knrhaua Eigi-Schoidegg (p. 112). 

TheaBcavtoClheSJai-i/oi-A/IiiAlii. Hi), SVr* biB.,ii9>the Si^hirteg^, 
is HDmewbil laburiouB (j'cltow and nd iri;--maTkB ; from the HocbSnll to 
tbe Soheidi^, iVi-S hta,). — Tbo Vitsnauer Stock (u. loSl may be isoended 
ill2>/ihrB. tromGersanorVitiDaubyOlier-IIrniiilhelaslVibr. iifatigoing. 

The road along tbe bank troni Gcrsau tO'(4'/t M.) Brunnen 
pawes (20 nitn.) tbe ulil Kiii^imtord (Stapd. To the E. rise the 
two Mytbcn (j). 118); to tiie right, the broad FrobnalpHlock. 

Tfao atcaucr now rrOHBes to (-22 U.) Trolb (1434'j, once astore- 
houio ('Suat') and harbour of refuge, at the N. extremity ol Canton 
Uri, with an ancient and picturesque inn, rebuilt in 1903. This is 
tho pier for tbe road (•"> 31.), footpath (1 br.), and cablu railway to — 

Seeliaberg. ~ Tb<^ Uau^ Uhilwav (Iflo yd>. long; maximaa 
gradient »8:I(Hi) ninii fram April tu Clet. nud gacrndx in H min.: fiia 
[ fr. to, down fW ,:, tbpn< and luek 1 fr. Oil. Kun. and boUdavH 1 fr. 10 c 

— ])ii4urjii:E foini N<iv. to Uamli. in IVg lir. 

IlDTKLB. *Iliit..Pem. Bt^kvur, lt& Iwda frain -IVi, D. O'/t. S. -IVi, V. 
from 11 (r,, with viow-torrace, cafj-rOBtaurant, and diiMndiDces: Waidigg, 
dO bitds from S, It. I >/.. L. SKI,, b. -I, F. f rum S'l, f r. : mi.-Pe7i».Tea. i\ beds ; 
Mnv, 40 bedi, WnirfAaM flfltf i, 10 miu. fitther, -11 beiis, at botli H. (com B, 
1). VI,. Ia 3V«, D- *'/", I'- fiiim 'i fr. i oust. Ibc 'Grand-mtel Sonnenberg 
« XurAana |i7Ii-)^ lour hoUBOB wiCb SBU beds from «'/» B. i, L. 4, D. 0, 

Sesyioks in'july 'and AneiiBt "*' """' '' ^ ' "' "'"°*'' 

■ Seditberg {2635-2770'), on the N.E. slope ot tho Niederbaaen 
(p. 103), with the old pilgrimage-chapel of Maria-Sonnenberg, 
is one ut tho moat freqnented summer-resorta on the Lake of Lu- 
I'crne. Keintifnl view ft the I,akc of Uri, tbe Renss valley, and the 
girdle of mountains from the ^lythen to tlio Uri-Botstock, 

Atltactivo walk to (30 min.) tho *.SchHeiidifluli (27S3'). by a path 
iliTereiag to Ibo left from the road near tbe Pens. Schatienbaua. S&ik- 
inK view from tbe perpendicular roek>i, the 'TeufcUmunster' of Schiller 
(■Tall', Act IT, 8c. 1|. — Besutiful view from Ibe Kdiatli (3303'; EB min. 
N.W.; aBcent to tho right at tbe S. end of tlio Kurliaus. through wood to 
the right). — To the B.W. of tbo Kurliaus lieB (20 mtn.) the ptctDreaqae 
little Serfisherp Lake (M10'; with bath-houBe, 60 a.), at Iba foot of the 
SUd^baum (p. 103; asoent for the aure-fooled only, gpide It fr., In 
WibrB.).— About V, br. S. io the old manor-hop se al BeroTdingm {iiif). 

— Descent from the Seelisbe^ to the RUtti |p. 106) in Vi br. 


Luternc. BKUNNEN. il<iv.p.l0t.~tl. H.tS. l(J5 

As we U-ave Tri;ib, (he Laku of Ui-i (|). );U6) opens tu lliv !>. 
■ To theS.E. wc face tlio wide valley ot the lower 3fuoi a, withcvcr- 
incresajng alluvial deposits at its iiiouti], I'U M. to the W. of 
Bruonen, In the background are the two Mythcn. 

aa M. Brvumen. — noTBLB. 'Grand-mtel Unmnai, on s ter- 
IH» above the AienBtraaae. ibO beds from 7, B. S'/., L. «■/., D. S, P. from 
18 b,; *W/UdeUllter Hof, on tbe lake, 340 heda froin i<j^ B. »i/., L. 5, 
B. 8, P. from 14 fr., with BTOunds and baths; *farA-, Si min. from the lako, 
ISO tsda, »iHcn Hotel Si Peiwiou, high sbovc the lake, with view-terrico 
(lift), eo beds, at both B. from 4, fi. 3, L. 4i/„ B. B, P. from li fr. ; Goldner 
Adier, 110 beds from 4, B. £, L. 4Vf, D. 5, P. fiom 11 fr. ; fifUctme, on 
the AienstrsBse, by the lake, SO beds from 4, B. t'U L. 4'/,, D. S'/„ S. 4'/« 
P. trota lOi;, fr., Germania * iten». I>nMMl, 85 beils from 91/,, B. I'/i, 
L. 1, D. 4Vi, F. tromlOVgfr.; Victoria, ontbeUke, ueac tbe FOho bBrbouc, 
BO beds from 3'/,, B. 1>/.. L. Si/i, D. 5, P. from 10 fr. ; Mj/theiutMn |aaine 
owner aa the Qranil|, 70 beda frDu S'/i, B. 1'/,, L.H/i. O. 5, P. from 
10 fr.; mt.-Penl. Rigi, on the Heraau road, 60 beds, good, same prices; 
HSt.-Peni. Schmeiierhof, 60 lieds froia S'/t, B. 1 ft. 80 o., L. 4, D. 5, P. 
from SVt b. 1 KflHi, near tbe piet, 10 beds, Weiaiea Biistli, 88 beds, good, 
at huth H. fromS, B. IV., L. S'/i, D. 4i/„ P. from Bi/,ft.; Sonne, 60 beds, 
n-inkelried, on tbe Geraau toad, !3 beda, at both B. from S, B. H/., L. 37„ 
1). 4, 1>. from U f.-.; Iliyach, 37 bed» frouj S, B. i>U, T- 8'/t, D. 4V», P. from 
Si/jfr.: ifcHerbod, !WbedBfroni3i;„]i. IS/., L. S"(tD.4Vi, P. from 1" fr. ; 
l-eiit. >n do- iJitetn, 18 beda, P. from S ft. ; Uot.-Peiie. Qatath (xvo bi:~ 
low), n beds, P. from IVi ''. — mL-Pem. Villa ScluUer, tO min. W., 
iMtautifnlly ailuited, with gatden, 06 beds from 3>/„ P. ftoro 10 fr. — GuH- 
rufrrtOKSKt. B. Gretvr; Habichcr. 

BowiFO Boats, Motob Boats, and Caskiaqeb aucotding Id ariaagemenl . 

Tbahwat tram the pict past the tailway staUoa aud vlk Jbach to 
Sthass (p. IIB; S'/i M.) onoe ot twice hourly, in iO min., 65-7a c — 
Hack-ahd-Pijoob Bailwax (station on the Aieaatrasae, 3 mil.. E. of lb.' 
pier) from Apiil to Sept. every Vi bt, to Xortchaeh (I'l,, down :l, llioro 
aud back i A.) and Axemttin {i'U, l'l„ »nd 3 fr.). 

BiTiis, >;,M. to the W. of the pier [with towel, Mc). 

ANQLiCAn ScBviota at the WaldslSltci Hof in August. 

BruTiTien (1443'; 1500 inhab.), the port of Canton Schwjz, and 
& station of the St. Qotthard Eailwa; (p. 119), occupieii a verj' pic- 
turesque situation and is, after Lucerne, the moat frequented place 
on the lake. The square hy the pier ia the meeting-place of the Axen- 
strasse (r.), the Gersaa road (by the church; 1.), and the Bahnhof- 
Strasse (straight on; 10 min. to the station). Diverging to the right 
from the Babnhof-Str., short of the bridge over the Jjeewaseer, we 
may aacend in 5 min. to the GiUsch (hotel, ace above; 1509'), wliich 
comuiinds the boat view B. of the Lake ot Uri and thcUri-Kolstock, 
W. of tbe Geraau bay, and N. of the valley of Sehwyz with Ibc two 
Mythen. At the Leewasser is the beginning of the 'Olynipstrasse', 
which winds np throoghtheGatschwidd with varying views, passing 
{■/» hr.) tbe Kitnzeli, high above the Aaenstrasse. Thence a steep foot- 
path asceods (keeping to the right twice) tu lhe(l'/»hr.)Axenstein. 

Tbe KiCK-AND-PisioM Bmlway (see above) ascends from the 
AzeoBtrasse through the bold cliff oE the Wasibawi &n^ '<1l'% '^>^ 
■teep wooded slope in 8 min. to Moracbacli. \^A.l^)^l'^.¥a.'Oa^»'Stt<l^'*^^^^ 


lOH 11. a. ia.- Map. p. 101. MOKSCHACH, Lake of 

5 Diin. past the station and tlie road-cntting, eliortensjhe first great 
carve of tbe road, which diverges 5 mis. farther on, and ascends 
to MorBchach in 50 min.] 

1 M. Moraohaoh (2J16'). _ Hoteln. Palace Hotel Axenfiae, 

nine-bnle KDlf-conme, ind a splendid view (rloae'l in 1921). — In Che vil- 
lags (tISE'J : nSt.-Feiit. Frohnaip it Karhaiit lloricltoeh, 100 be'ls ; H6t.- 
Pm>. Betachart, iO beds; AiRer, AO beila; ^lieOxsae, 4u bedx tsaia %, B. 
l«/„ L. Bi/fc D. 4, P. frum 9 (i.; HlricA,- UBl-Fent. Degenbalm (iSSi't, 
10 min. ibovo the village, beiutifull)- litnateil, TO beds from S, B. !>/„ 
L. S'/„ D. i'lt, F. 'to" 8'/i ''■ 

Bailway nnd road (30 iiiin.) continne to ascend as far as — 

1 M. Axenotein (3323'), which enjoys a eopprb "Tiew over 
the two arms of the lake of Lncerno. To the S. rises the TJri- 

HoiEtH. "Or.-mc. AxaiMein (2480'), above tbe stutinD, iOO beds from 
fl fr., B. iVi. !'■ E^i, D- I, P- i'oiB 17 fr., with wooded Kronnda; ParJ; 
Hotel, at tlie utitinn, nith restaurant, 50 beds trom i, B. l>/„ L. i, D. 5, 
P. fioDi li fr., asinu iDanageinenl ; H6t.-Paa. Riltliblitk, on the road, 
i mis. lowiT dunu, with a Hplendid view, 4ft beds, P. from a%lr. 

Ebsunh Ciiubch (AU Saints'; no Kervieei in ISilJ. 

The StooB (4!e6'; *Kurbius Stoos, 215 beds (coiu o. 1>. b. V. fium 
in fr.), another bealth-ieson (beaatiful view, beat fioni the Stooihom, 
(min. N.], with vuied wallce, Is reiebed from Monebacli in } bcs. (tait. 
in l>/,br.) b}' road pass iiiR tbe (Vt hr.) Zut Schumzrr HOht inc. A famt- 
path to tbe right o( the Hirach inn it sligbtly ahortat. — Tbe ■Prohn- 
alpslook |<;sDli1, i bre. 8.W. of the Stoos, affords a magDificent view of 
the Alps and the entire Like of ]jUoeme. Dusrpnt to tbe HiemeoBtsldm- 
Tal, ace ].. 103. 

The "LaieofUri, Gcr. Vni^See, 7 M. lorg, Vi-1V,M. widr, 
and 656' dce[i in places, a fjord cmbfdded in the heart of the lime- 
stone monntains, is the daest part of the Luke of Lucerne. The 
. rock-atrata on either side correspond exactly, showing thai origin- 
ally the two banks were joined together in a solid mass. Lofly 
peaks, often snow-clad, peep throngh the gorges at intervals, to the 
S. rises the huge Uri-Botstock. 

By the sharp angle which juts into the lake from the W. hank 
rises the Mylh/atateiii, a rock 80' high, bearing an inscription ("The 
Forest Cantons, to Schiller the Bard of Tell, 1859"), We have now 
reached the classic scenes associated with the heroes of Swiss legend. 
Un the slope of Ihe Seellsberg (p. 104), ■/« '>''' obovc the steamer- 
pier, is the grassy clearing called the (^4^/4 M.)B,G.tIi (1646'), where, 
at daybreak on Nov. 8tb, 1307, Werner StaiilTacher of Steinen in 
Schwyz, Erny Anderhaldcn of Melchtal in UiilcrBiildeu, Walther 
Fllrst of Attinghansen in Uri, and thirty other men are sajiposcd to 
have assembled and sworn to drive out their Hahsharg opprcBsors. 
This spot, withlhe5a(iiftaMs(rfmls.), belongs to the Confederation. 
In the grounds, 5 min. E., lower down, is a block of granite with 
bninze medallions of J. G. Krauer (d. 1845) and J. Grcith (d. 1869), 
the anthor and the composer of tbe 'Btltlilied'. 


TELiaPLATTE. Map,p.lOI.~IL B.ts. i07 

From the BOUi i iibt.iy pith iioenda in I hr. to th« Kurluiut Seelit- 
rg (p. IM}. — Bolt from BTonnen to the RCtli in '/.hr,. see d, lOS: 
t tEe Hj^enslein to Treib, S-4 fr. 

On the E. bank of the lake rnna the *AxeiiHtraB8e, leading 
from Brannen to (2'/, hra.) Flflelen, of strikingly hold conatrartion 
(1S63-5), being mainly hewn in the rock. Below, iilougGide, or above 
the road rnns the St. Gotthard Railway (p. 117), skirting the 
lake ib a series of tunnels and rattiugs. The steamer tonches at 
(26'/4 M.) Sisikon (Hfit. -Pension Schilleretcin, 30 beds from 3'/,, 
D.4, P, from 10 fr,; Hat. -Pens. Urirotstock, 25 beds from 3, D. 4, 
P. from 9 fr.; HOt.-Pena. Kophalen, 35 beds from 3, B. 1"/}, !■. 
3'/s. D- 4, P. froin 10 fr.), at the entrance to the RieToemtaldtn- 
Tal (see below). Kowing-boats and lake-baths. 

A road asceiiria in niodiDgs on the N. aide of the valley to the hamlet 
of (l^/jht.) Biementtaiden (3410-; inn). — From Siaikon to Morichach 
(p. 106), a pleasant footpath {fine views) in a hrs. To the iVoftiBiipatoi* 
(p. lOS), a sleop path, diverging from the Riemenataldon load after 1 hr., 
■scenrla 1o tlie left by the FarggstM Fau IMBG*), in *-4'|< hts. — The 
Bopllaioii (SBSO* ; fine view of the Lake of Lnceme) la eaaily aaeended 
SiomSii,ilion-rif.Risdberg,ButaenAlp, and Stock AlpiaS'l^hta.(BaiiBlOtr.); 
descent to (3 hra.) Elcmenstalden (ascent bonoe in t>/r3 his.), or (witb 
guide} by the BuggUgral and the Ujjjwr and Lmif Axmbcrg to the 
(2Vi hrs.) Hot. TelltplatU. — The >Boa8-Stock (8080'; Vlj* brs., with 
guide, 15 fr.), ia another euy aseent from KiementtaJden (comp. p. ISO). 
— The Idodsmsn oi Eaiterttoek (8Shb'; 4>/i bra, from Riemenstnlden, 
with guide, 15 fr,) is not diffinolt for experta. About 2 his. below the 
lop is thai.i<if«rRan.,UpHu(of theS.A.C. (bS80'; accommodation for SO). 

27'/sM. Tellsplatte (rcatanrant, with baths). Neai' the landing- 
place, on a ledge of rock shaded b; trees, stands TeWa Chapd, 
erected in 1388 on the spot where, according to the legend. Tell 
sprang out of Qesslcr's boat dnring the storm; it was rebuilt in 
1S81 and adorned with frescoes by E. Stiickelberg. A road ascends 
to (10 niin.) the Hdt.-Paw. TtUaplatte (1680'; 50 beds from 3'/,, 
B. 17,, L. 3Vj, D. 4, P. from lO'/j fr.), sitnated on the Aienstrasse, 
with gardena and an admirable view. Above Ihe hotel are eilensive 
wooded grounds. 

The finest part of the Axenatrasse is between the Tells- 
platte Hotel and FlOelen (1 hr.; shady till 10a.m.), where it pierces 
the cnrionsly contortedlimestoneatrataof theAGpn/IiiA, 360' above 
the lake, by meatis of a tunnel. Beyond the chapel, Ftflelen (74br. 
by steamer) becomes visible. Sceneiy very striking: the ice-tall of 
the glacier between the Uri-Rotstock and BrnnniGtock is clearly 
perceptible; to the left is the (ritsclien (p. 109), gently sloping np 
from the lake, with its fortress-like rocky saiiinilt, and farther on 
appear the pyramidal Bristenstock and the Grosse and Kleine 
Windgslle. Opposite the chapel, on the W. bank of the lake, Ilea 
the hamlet of Bauen, and farther on is (29 M.) the dynamite-factory 
of hlUen (closed in gnmmer; pier), sitnated at t^e ■n\tjTi& «V '8^* ■ 
, Isental {p. lOfi). 


108 "■ li.M.~>^P»,pp-iot,ia3. flCELEN. 

30 M. Fiaelen. _ Hotbu. *anind-HaUt*AdttT, BO bads from Vl„ 
B. !■/„ L. 1V„ D. 6'/„ T. horn IS'/, ft.; *Bdt. dti Lot, 40 beda, •ITclaaea 
Kmis A Pott, *p beda, «t botli R. from 3'/„ H. l'/*, L. 4. D. i<l^ P. fruni 
IWifr.; Srcrn, £Obediitrom3,L.4,D.S, P. fn>intirr.;rfU«FIM<, »b(rdt 
from SVii L. 4, D- i'k, ?- '""n 10 fi-< gooA; FlUrUrhof. lb bcila from ;i, 
B, l>/„ L. 8Vi. D. *, P. from 10 fr.; St-GolOmrd, M b«d>, P. from I fr.; 
HiTKA, tS hods; Bddntiat (tcmfcnaai), 6 min. f^rtber on. lb bedn. — 
Brttauranl Balm/wr, vith guita (10 bada). — Lair Baths, it the X. cud 
of tha village (Vr*frO. 

TitAinvAT lo Alldorf [p. 119), 2M. in ti min. (lOc.) 

FliieUn (1440'), with 1185 inhab., is the port of Tri nnrl a 
stntion on the St. GotthnritRailwa;(p. 117; near the pier). Revdinl 
the old church is the Bmall chateau of Rudeta, once owned by the 
Attinghaascn fxinily. The RetiM, which falls into (ho lake bctwi'i'n 
PiQelcn and Heedorf, hwi been ainalizod f'/i liv.'s walk, or '/i hr. 
by boat). 

From tbe pirr it UMen (p. 101; ona-horao canine, lo be ordered 
beforrfiand from laeiitil, l-ijiBra. 20 ft.) tho road croascs thalaenla! utrpaiii 
and BSMnda for V»br. in wido enrvea, commandine aplondid Tien-a and 
beinB joined after !0 min. by thu footpath from Altdort (p. lie). Tbo 

of Iho alrcam to [H/, lir.) Iho prettily aituated village of Isental (ioBO'; 
Oigscr'a inn, It beds, and yurrer'a, II beds, both olean; guidea, Jont and 
Karl Aechwanden, and Job. Qaaaer), where the laental divides iulo (he 
Qmsstal aud Kleinlal. To the S. rises Iho preoipitona Obfrbautii (p, IM), 
Thiohmaf he aacendod vil tho Baiiberg Alp in i-A,%^ja. (guide ISfr., to 
F.mmetten 80 fr.). In the Gbosstat. lies the hamlet of fit hr.) Ht. Jakob 

(KMM'j, between the ihlihriten (T910') and ilie KaiiertlnlU (TS8b'; comp. 
n.iaii), to Ober-Sickenbach and (6>/, bra.) Wolftnichinfeii (p. 133; guide 
iO bX A inoTO iutereating hut more drfflcult ronla (gnido 35 fr.) leada 
».W., vA the ScMiilal-FiTii and tbe Botgr&tli (tMECf), bot«er.-n ihr 
Kneolhereer Rotatock and the HoKnttoek, to (10 hra.) Eiigelberg. Tha 
JSiigelberger Rotatock (Viiffj may be aacended from the Rotei^tli in i hr. 
(gnlda S5 fr. ; coup. p. 1ST). — Over the JncUi and tho SHIilalp to (4Va-5 bra. ) 
Sieder-IiiekenbaeA, aee p. 133. 

The •Uri-Botstook (OfilS"), 6-7 hra. from lacnlil, guide vii the 
Groastal ii, vil the Kleinlat 30, with deacent to Engi-lbers 40 fr.) ia a 
fatiguing but most iutereating aacent. Tho ahortesl route (U-IIV, hrs.; 
tor ateady beaiJe only) laeonris the Eleiulsl to the (2Va hta.) Mmen Alp 

torrents and along praeipiooa of alate-rook to the upper anow-flelda of tha 
Steintoj aiaeier. to tbe E. of the Keuelitoek (Mhh'); next an aaoent in 
a long eurvB over tho nivj to tha (4 bra.) rock areta aenaratine it from 
the BlBmlisalp Qlacicr (striking view of the llemeae Alps) ; Uatly by au 
obvione path over alopea of rubble to the (i/jhr.) summit. — An oaaiar, 
but longer, route through tha Oroastal loads to tho (XVthrs.) Bitoald Hut 
(6BM'; Inn, with 11 mattreeaea and 60 hay-hoiia). Starling ai " ' 

lastly W.'^ 

group which anlminatea in the Dti-Rolstook and Iho Brunniatook ( 
IB almost porpendienlar on the K and S. aidca and \a oompoaed of g^E 
and fantastiesUy contorted limeslono tocka. The *View ia ssceed 
pud; to the S. the chain of the Alps, from the Scntis, Rhastikou 
Beralu* on tbe E. to tbe Dlahlarets on the W. ; at our feet, SOOO' b 
the Lake of Liiccmo and tho whole of the SchBchen-Tai ; to the 



110 II- R.i9.—irap,p.i09. EIGI. Sftatack. 

Buperaeded 1iy the first of the larger hotels. The VitmaD moaDtain- 
railway was opened in 1871, the Scheidegg railway in 1874, and 
the line from Arth-Goldao in 1875. The Bigi is visited also for 

Froh Titznau to the Rim-KuLM, i'l^N., racli-and-pinion 
railway in 1 '/, hr., np 9 tr. 40 c. (to Kaltbad 5 fr. 85 , Staffel 7 fr. 
95 C), down i (r. TO c, tbero and bach 14 fr. A few trains ran in 
winter also when tbe weather is fafonrable. — Fifznau [1443'), 
see p. 103. The train ascends over wooded meadows. View to the 
lett of the Bargenstock, Stanser Horn, Pilatas, and Lnccrne. The 
train threads a tunnel and crosses tlie Scbnortobel. The Alps of 
Uri and Engelberg come into view. Beyond (1'/, M.) Freibergen 
(8855") the line is double as far as Rigi-Kaltbad. 2 M. Rumiti- 
IdtefUor (3955'; coinp. p. 109) and (48 min. from Vitznan) — 

2»/, M. Kaltfcad (4725'), jnnctton for tbe Scheidegg Bailwav 
(p. 112). To tbe left is the large hotel (p-109), on a ptatean sheltered 
from the N. anil W. winds. View of the Bernese Alps. 

A path leads throngh a gap in the rock, to tfae left ot the hotel, to 
(B min,) Ibe old St. Miclumfi Oiapel, with s colrt spring (39° Tuhr.). A 
level p«lh among Ibo oonglomcrsle blocks near the ohapcl, aftorwiriln 
tPBversing park -like grounds, lends to the W. ht.) •KBnzsli, (ISiCl, 

of the plain lovaida the N. with its aumerouB l^es, witk Luceme in tlig 
foteground. —A path leida Lence in iO min. to SiaffelhKhs station. 

Beyond(3M:.)S(o;fett6Ae(5090') afresh •PanoramaoftheLakcs 
of Kassnacht and Zng and towards the \V. and N. ia disclosed. The 
train then ascends to the left, round the Itotstock (sarprise view to 
the E.) to (37, M.) Staflfel (5220'; hotels, see p. 109), station for 
the * Botetock {ii53'; '/, hr. S.W.), which affords a pietnrcaque 
survey (best at sunset) of the central part of the Lake of Lucerne. 

The railway (parallel with the Arth line) cow ascends steeply 
to the Kulm (a walk of 35 min,). — 41/4 M, Rigi-Kidm (5740'), 
see p. 111. 

Fbou Arth-Goldiu to tukRioi-Kulm, 5'/, if,, rack -and- pinion 
electric railway in 1 hr. 10 min.; fares 14 fr. 5, 9 fr. 40 c. (to the 
ElOBterli 9 fr. 40, C fr. 2.i c, Staffel 12 fr. 50, 8 fr. 35 c.) ; descent 
7 fr. 5, 4 fr. 70 c. ; return-ticket 18 fr. 95, 19 fr. 65 n.— Arth-Gddau 
{1683'), see p. 117. The station of the Bigi railway is bnilt over the 
St.Gottbard line, 100 yds. W.; travellers ascend by a flight of steps. 
The Rigi line (best views on the right) traverses part of the scene 
of theOoIdan landslip (p. 118) and winds up to (I'/iM.) (he passing- 
station SriJftel (2513'). Farther on we skirt the predpilflus Krabei- 
wand, and obtain a flue view of the Lake of Lowerz, the Stytheu near 
Scbwyz, theEoasberg, and the Lake of Zng. We theu thread two tun- 
nals, between which is {l'/»M.) the passing-station JVtrffK (3730'). 
1%M. (S2 jjiiii.) Kiesterli (433()'; hotels, p. 109), in a shpK- 


JDrfm. BIOI, «ap,p.lOB.~IL B.S9. HI 

ered baaio (no riew) enclosed bj the Eulni, Rotstock, and First. 
The *ElS8terli' is s small Capuchin hospice, vtth the ehapel of 
Maria zuoi Saknee, founded in 1689 and reliailt in 1T15-S1, and 
DiDch visited by pilgrims on July 2nd and Sept, Sth; on Sundays 
there is mass with a sermon Cor the herdsmen. The Heinricka- 
Hatte (4527'; restaurant in summer] lies 3 min. S., above the 
IlOsterli. Walk from the KlOsterli to the First SO min., to Unter- 
Btettsn V, hr., to the Staffel, Rotstock, or Schild '/« hr., to the 
DoMon or Salm 1'/^ hr., to the Scheide^ 1'/] hr. 

From (4'/j M.) WelferUchen-Mrtl (4365 ') a nearly level ro»d 
leads to the left in 10 min. to Rigi-First (p. 112). At (4^4 M.) StafTel 
(p. 110) a striking *View is unrolled to the W. and N. Thence to the 
Ib'UM.) Kulm, see p. 110. 

Foot and Bridle Paths up theBiKi(oooip. p.l09). FbomWioom 
[p. 102; S"/, bra.) » panisge -road (finger-post 5 mm. E. of ihe Undinfi- 
placa] TifldB Ihiough orchuds and nood to [1 hr.) the Sentiberg Seatav- 
rant (S756'). Farther on (10 min.) we take a path to the right leiding to 
(■/, hr.l tlus MeUig-KTer^-KapeOe |3150'|; 'Itbr. H6t.-Ifn>. mgi-FdieiHor 
(3642'; a. 1091, near the Hoc/ietein, an anh formed of three hogs masses 
of eon^lomarate. After 5 min. the path aBoeada to the left (straight on, 
slatioB Komiti, p. 110) and farther on cniis parallel to the lailna; , Bevond 
(•/. hr.) EdUbad (p. IIO) we ciosa the line, skict the Rotstock (to the left), 
and paw the HBL-Pena. Edelweiss (p. 109] to ('/i hf.) Sla/Td. 

FbohViiuuo [p. IDi) a path (S'/t !>"-), shadeleas in the afteinooD, 
ascaniii tbrooEh the lavine of the Schnnrtobat, uniting after l>/i hr. (>/■ hr. 
below Kalthad) with the We^s path. 

FttOU KOHSS.CHT (p, 101). SV) hra. IV. hr. Vordcre Seeboden Alp 
[SSir-. H6l.-Pena. Seebodcnalp, 35 beds, P, from S fr,). Then i steep 

Ybom GoLDiu (p, jnj, S'/t hra. Opposite the fioasli, below the chapel, 

left hank of the Aa through meadows, pine-wooil. and rook; d«bris. To 
the left, the precipitous Hotenfluh (fi2SS'). I'U hr. Unterei DacUi {SOST; 
inn). At (20 min.) the Oberte DaclUi. with ite spring, tiie wood is quitted; 
on the opposilo side of tbe valley nina the railway. 10 min. Maldtua 
Chapft (sasr): '/ihr. KUeterli [n. llO); theuee to Sta/Tel 10 min., to the 
Firet (p. IIS) M minutes. 

The Big;i<.KuItn (5905'), the highest and northernmost point 
of the Bigi, descends abraptly on the N- to tbe Labe ot Zug. Tbe 
botels (p. 109) sUnd abont 100' belov the summit, to the S. — 
Tbe foreground view of the Kigi gronp and tbe mountains round 
tbe branches of the Lake of Lucerne, with tbe broad Lake of Zng 
and the little Lake of Loverz, is as picturesque as the distant view 
of the chain of Alps (124 M. long) is striking. To the N.E. is the 
Sentis (p. 68; 46'/i ^■)t over which the son rises in midsummer; 
abont half as far, above theSchwyzerMytben, is the snow-clad ridge 
of the GtUruisch (p. 84). To theS.E. are the Todi (p.80), Scheerhom, 
Srosse Buchen, and the two WindgAllen (p. 130); farther on, the 
pyramidal Bristenstock (p. 121). To tbe S. are the rocky peaks qI 
the 0ri-Eot8tock and the Titlis (p. 138), i6Mgn.\za\i\(i "oi Va >»*■ 
mantle of snow. Fartber off again are tfee Bertiase K\?» ^?.'^^\l.■*^^ 

-'■ Coogk 

lis II- S.i9.-Xap,p.l0B. BIOI. 

the highest pwhs of vhich (1. to r.) ftre the Finstenuhorn, Linter- 
narhorn, Schreckhoni (p. 195), Wett«rhamer(p. 194), the wide dome 
of the MOnoh (p, 193), the sombre Eiger (p. 188), ac^oiiiing which 
on the right ia the W. half of the Jungfrau (p. 192) with the Silber- 
horn (p. 189), and then the white UliimUsilp. Shutting off the view 
on the W. is the jagged Pilitns, to the right of which lie Lncenie 
and the likes of the hill country, with the Jnra on the horizon. To 
the N., in the extreme distance, arn the Vosgcs and the Black Forest. 
Above the Lake of Zug are tlic Uetllhcrg and a part of ZUrieh. To 
the right, In tlic foreground, ia the Rosaberg. 

From KiLTBAD to the RiQi-ScHEiDEaa, 4M., railway (ordinary 
line) in 35 min. ; fare 2fr. TO, there and back 4 tr. —Kaithad (4730'}, 
see p. 110, The railway ski rU the slope of the Rolatock to('/|M.) 
Blgi-Flret (4770': hotels, see p. 109), which commands a view 
of the Lake of Laccme and the Alps (road in 10 min. to Wol- 
fertsch en station, p-111; rock -path, with splendid views, in 25 min. 
to Unterstetten). The train describes a cnrre (below, to the left, 
the KlDsterli) round the N. slopes of the SchOd (5088'; 20 min. 
from the First), affording a view F. of the Mythen, the Qllrniach, 
and the Alps of AppeozcU. Beyond [!"/. M.) Unierstetten (4715'; 
hotel, see p. 109) we cross a bridge, with a view to the N. and S. 
We pass throngh the Weiisenegg Tunnel, cross the Datgentobd, 
and follow the ridge connecting the Dossen with the Scheidegg. 

4 M. Bigi-Soheldegg (5ST2'). A road leads from the station 
to the Karhans (5460'; p. 109). The 'View hence is less eitensiTc 
towards the N. than from the Enlm, bat it embrace's the wbok range 
of mountains (riew-tower, 70' high; panorama at the hotel), Alpine 
garden near the hotel (adm. SO c.). The plateau of the Sciieidegg, 
l"/j M. long, affords a pleasant walk, which may be prolonged by 
the *'Seeweg' (lake promenade ; throngh the gate on the left of the 
Dosaen path, with red way-marks) on the 8. slope of the Dossen aa 
far as Unterstetten. The Do»aen (5540'), with a splendid view of 
the Lake of Lncerne and the UnterwaldeD Mts., ia '/^ hr. distant. 

The Biffi-Hoaliflub {iBlb') may be ascended in IVr^ bra. froni tbe 
Schaidegg, by t good palh which follows tia ridge, psBsing the QiUterli 
(BBU^ and ScfmrUggti (1S8B1. In the couloir oo the S.W. aide of the 

[guide cecessar; for t^ase who have nol stssdy heads). The inmniil 
alTordB a picturesque view of the Lake of Uri and the Alps of Uri. Schwyz, 
and QIaruB. The older route {t-l'l, his, J, crossing the saddle towards the 
Zihliatodc Alp, and asconding among the looka on the S. side, ia preferable 

PatiatotHeBolieldOBB- FeoiiG 
■■■■ ' .) Qber-Qichaend(3ii<i';ian), 
•^pObenwtt (JIBC). — Fnoii 

to (11/, hr.) Ofti 

lii, the Mp C 

bridle-path from the Sohwart iscends to the B6td mgi-OnteTttetten (see 

Ibore), on the aaddle between the Sohild and DoBsen (see aboTS). The 


30. From Lucerne t1& Stana-Stad 
to Alpnach-Stad. Pilatus. Stanaer Horn. 

STEiMKR (pior, sue p. M) to Stans-Stad, liV. M., in 'lr> hr- (* fr- l*i 
1 fi. IB c. ; oonneDtion for Stins, Slanser Horn, and Eogelbeis, see pp. lie, 
1S») ; to Jlpnath-Stad, %&'/, M. in 1 V.-l'/i li'- (* 'r- 80, i fr. SO o. ; connBction 
with the PiUtas nilway, p. IIS). PaaBengeia vith thrcugb-tlckeU may 
tTiTBl 18 tBi as Alpnidi-St&il either fay steamer or by the Brtlnig Rail- 
way. — Steamers ply also from ViUtmii tn Atpiiach-Stm}, id oonDectiaa 

li'eggia, IlerUnStein, Kehniten-Biirgenetoi^, Staiii-Staa, and Hergieteil. 

The Btenmer skirts the W, bank of the Lake of Lacerne, paaS' 
ing the Villa Tribsehcn (p. 100) and the stations of (3 M.) St. Ni- 
klauten (Hot. -Fens. St. Niklansen, with garden, S5 beds from 2'/^, 
P. from 7 fr.) and (4 M.) Kaataniettbaum (HSt.-Peaa. Eastanien- 
banm, 40 beds from S'/a, P. from 10 fr.). It tben croBses the Uke 
to (67, M.) Kehrtiten-BHrgenslook {Hot. Schiller, GO beds from S, 
P. 8-12 fr.), the atation for the — 

BQrgenBtoek. — CiBLE Riilwat (10£5 ydi. in length; aTCraga 
t'radiRnt J5:1DI}) from EebisitOD in 10 min. (1 fr. R) c., 1 ti., deacent 
1 fr., 60 c.l. At tba upper atation (iSBO') is » good restaurant with view- 

KoTBix (all witb vlew-terTBees). •Palace Hotel, to the £. of the atation, 
200 beda and 40 bath-rooms, K. from 7, B. SVs, L. 6'/., D. 8, P. from 18 (r. i 
ild-USta, b mlD. W. of the atation, sao beds from 6, B. SVi. L. 8, 
" ' 16 fr., with ahady eroODda; *Park HoUl, between the 
Palaca, ISO bada from 4';,, B. a, L. 6, D. 6'/,, P. from 

, P. from 16 fr., witb ahad] 
itaiion and the Palaca, ISO bada f.._. _ ,., _ _. . 
ISfr.i HSt.-Pera. Helvetia, to the E, of tbe Paliuc 

.. -. from 7 fr. Theae 1 ^ 

Bunher-D Hirer. —*H6l.-Feni. TFaMfteim, 10 min. from tie atalion, 60 beds 
from Bi;,, P. from 9i;, fr.; *Kur]>a»e Btmegg [n. 114), Vj hr- '""o the 
Hlitiod, ?Obeda from 4, P. from 11 fr.; /«i.-J^ns. Mattfl™< (p. 114), '/.hr. 
OmcK near Ihe'atalion." "° " " "" * '' °" ugbaph 

The BUTgenttoak (2926'), an isoUted ealcareons roek, 6 H. 
in length and 1-2 M. broad, covered witb wood near its snmmit and 
descending in a sbeer precipice towarde the lake, bnt sloping grad- 
ually down to the S., is well adapted from May to Oct. for a pro- 
longed stay. The -rieyr embraces the W. side of the Lake of Lacema 
with the town of Lucerne, the hill-conntry with the lakes of Sem- 
pach, Baldegg, Hallwil, and part of the Lake of Zng, to the 6.W. 
the Lake of Sarncn, to the 8. the Bernese Alps (Wetterhom, M6nch, 
Eiger, Jnngfran), the Unterwalden Alps (Titlia), and to the S.E. the 
Alps of Uri. The roads from StansBtad (to the W. ; p. 1 14) and from 
Boochs (to the E.; p. 103) meet near the hotels. To the W. of the 
Grand-H6tel is the 'PUatnsblick'. To the E. of the Palace Hotel 
diverges (1.) the *Fehenweg, skirting the cliffs of the Hammet- 
Bckwand for '/, hr., 2300' above the lake. 

On Ihe Felaenweg ia a lift, wbioh oonTeya viailore in a m\o. ■o.-o ■*» 
Hammetachwand [tare 70 c, there and back Ifi.V Tiom -fli!. ■oW" **'?^ 
a path to the left leada lo tbs Kmsdi, with a pina ■i^e'w ot'eea\»»» 


lU ri. R. 10— Hap, p. 101. STAKS-STAJ. 

ov, and to the lop (STU*) u 
3 despeud tbrough the ti; 

_ ._„ ._. ._ _)til8 by IhB Kinieli, eitherS.W. by »toni- 

is (diugteobla in vet waither) to tha (W nin.) P«lwa Hotel or S.t. 
iiuu iDBrka) to the Hoecs^. — Tbe Buoobs roid leidi put tbe H6t. 
Wiliheioi (p. US) and the fU hr.) dairy of l-ro'/fn («»5I'; Pona. TrOE-n. 
18 bedii] to the (V. br.) Hs.ildle of tbe Hodsbb, b lain. to tbe Itft of whii-k 
lathe Kui'ltauB Ilonegg (SODS'; p. Hi), with i viow of the uenCral uiit 
of tbe L&ke of Luecme a>i Ibe -valley of Staoa. Fioni tbe Hooe^ the 
idad doBMnds in wiuding!>. paat tbe (lOuin.) nit.-P(H». Xatttrat (imC ; 
p. Ill), finely aituiteil on the womled Miltgrat, vii EnnetbSrgEii (sleamRr 

devD (av< 

Bellevue, _. ._. ._. 

to (I'/i hr.) StantSlad (see below). 

To the right the promontory of Spiaaenegg juta iulo the luki'. 
forming the ba; of WiiHiel. The ste&nier aotiietimcs calta at (!i M.j 
KehriUeti-Dorf (Zar Kaplanei) and then steers S.AV. to — 

10 M. Herglawil — Hotxlb. *Hdt.-Pe>a. I'Oaiut.eOhei^.'nit.- 
Ptm. BdUoue-R6as[l, 80 beds, at both E. from 3, H. i^U, L. Sifg, 1>. 4, 
P. from 9fr.; LOwe, IB beda, al the atation; U«,-Pen».itrflB(B-7b«ri«f, 
10beds;^jienroae; mL-l-eng. Frifdheim, lObeda; Pdu.SeeUiel-, jOheda. 

Hergiawil, s. p)eaaa!it village at the foot of Pilatna (p. 115) 
ftnd a station of the Brilnig Kailwaj (p. 138), is frequented as :i 
Smnmer-resort. —Thence again to the E, to — 

ll'/jM. Stans-Stad. — HoTBLB. Wiakdned, 40 beda from S>,',. 
B. Vlt, L. 4, D. 4>/i, P. from S'/, fr., with RudeD on tbe lake; FreitKii'if. 
SO beda from 3>/i, S- 4, P. [rem Sfr.; ScltHtieiiluiiis, SO beda fram ji/^, 
D.SVh P. from Tfi. — CiBBitoE to iflurAaui ^iirffftii (see above} J fr., 
(op tvro para. B'/a fr. 

Staitt-Stad (1437'), irith 859 iuhab., is the harbour of Stans aai 
is connected by road (2'/, hrs.) with ^he liiirgpnstock. Close to tlie 
lake ia an old watch-tower, the 'SchnKj-Turm'. Electric railway 
from the qaay to Statia (Stanser Horn, sec p. 116) and Eagelberg, 
sec fi. 35. 

The hoyperberg, or E. spnr of Pilatna, and the alluvial do- 
poaits of the streams on the S. bank hfrc reduce the lake to a widtli 
of 164 yds. and divide the Bay of Hergiawil from the Lake of 
Alpnaab. The swing-bridge across the strait is opened for the 
paaaage of steamers. To the left rises the wooded .Rofzder^ {2200'), 
crowned by a the ruins of a castle destroyed in 1260 (Fens. Borg 
Botrterg). The hill ia separated from the Blattiherg by the Rol:- 
loek (steamer-pier, 12'/j M.), a narrow ravine with three Portland 
cement factories. 

At the S.W. angle of the bay lies (15"/, M.) Alpnaoh-Stad 
(1437'; *HOt.-Pcns. Pflatus, 60 beds, P. from 10 fr., with veranda; 
BOssli, 28 beds from a'/i. D. S'/.-^t P- '"m 8 fr. ; Stern, 20 beda], 
a station on the Braalg Railway (p. 138] and tbe starting-point of 
tbe Pilatas Bail way. 

DigniodD, Google 

PILATUS. iiap,p.i 

KiCK-iFD-PniKU „. , - „— - ,— 

12 (r.; dtHsnt 8 ti.; retura-tare SO ft., on Bun. li fr., including R., S., 
Bud B. at the botel SS fr,). — The rBilwBy, constiunted in issa-se b^ Lochu 
&Oo. of Ztlmli, is flBBilySM. long, vithin iveisge gradient of SB: 100 and 

HoTiLS (Mav.Oct.l. •FOatulkvlm, with fine viow, R. fromU, B. Ji;,, 
D. T, P. ftom in fr., Brileoue, R. fiom 5, B. S'/t. I" &i D' 'r P.fromlSft., 
both nnder the ume management, together 115 beds; the realauranl, on 

*PjlatHfl (6995'), a wild and serrated niHSflit at chalky lime- 
stone, formerly known as PralcmUnt ('fractns mons'), has been a 
famons point of view since the middle of the last century. The 
chief, though not the highest, peak is the Esel (6862'), whence 
ridges and aretes radiate W. to the Oberhaujit (6910'), and down 
to the KKmsenftoni (6366'), E. to the Steigli-E(fg (6289'), 8.E. to 
Ihc 2'(»n;i»Aor«(6995'),irid(ie»-/eW (6717'), and (?nep/'B(rtn(6299'). 
1 n heathen titaes the Guepfstein was a mcrvd mouutain. According 
Iri Che legend, the corpse of Pontins Pitatn nas thrown into a. small 
lake (now dried np) on the Upper Brflndlen Alp (4987'). The flora 
of the Pilatns is rery rich {300 species). 

The railway ascends from the lower station (1443'), traversing 
meadows, orchards, and wood. The train crosses the gorge of the 
Wolfort and passes throngh several tnnnels to (43 min.) Amsigen 
(4430'), a passing and watering station with pnni ping- works which 
force water (o the Pilatns -Enlm, 3360' ahove. The train noyr 
ascends throngh the debris on the Matt-Alp (behind as the OUr- 
nisch and then the Titlis and the Trift district come into view). 
TuTDing to the right, we mount the steep rocky slope through four 
tunnels. The terminns FiltUiis-Eiiim (6790') lies on the ridge 
between the Esel and the Oberhaupt. 

An easy path, with steps, leads from the HOte! Bellevne to 
(6 min.) the top of the "BBel (6960'), enclosed bj a wall, with 
a trigonometrical signal. The view, though slightly less extensive 
than that from the Kigi, surpasses it Jn grandenrowing to its greater 
[iropioquity to the snow-clad Alps, conspienons among which 
are the Todi and Claridcn (31 M.), the Titlis with its snow-mantle 
(S'/i M.), and the WctterhOrner (E5 M.). — Between the two hotels 
is the path leading to the Oberhaupt (KriesJlocb, p. 116). A tuunel 
cut in the rocks of the Oberhaupt affords picturesque views from 
various openings. — The footpath passing in front of the Pilalus- 
knlm Hotel leads in '/> hr, to the top of the *Tomlishom (6995'), 
the highest peak of Filatas (panorama by Imfeld). The S. rldgo 
ut the Eb«1 descends to a deep gap (613S') and thouri&oft^a ^k^ 
top of the Matthorti (6693' ; 1 hr.), snottieT ^wii tvh-h-v^^"^ ' 


11(1 11. H. so— Map, p. 101. HTAHBEB UORH. 

Waijiiu usually ucead Pilnlui from HergiiwU (p. 11«). From llio 
■Ution ve fotlow the raUwiy ta-lh« left tai iboDl DO puei, and eroBa 
the line. Ws taro 10 tlie Lett on thia aide of tha charcb, take the aewnil 
path on the right (guide-Foat), and aaaBai Ibiough oroharda and meadows. 
At (1 hr.) the Kuj-Aoiw Brunni (iJBO'i 10 Leila from 8, 1., or II. 3Vi. P. from 
!1 ti.) a p&Tilion aSoida a fine view. Wo pmoeed, through wood, to [i hr.] 
P&iiB. Jlpgtehwdnd (4D6g'; *0 beda) and aacend in eteeu ligiagi and tlion 
aocoiB elopes of giaaa uid djbi-ii to (I'/iJir.] the mtel KlimreiAora (RieU'i 
bObeds], 8 min. from the lop of the KlimsBDlioni (liies'J, the .S'.W. 
peak oiFilatuB. A good zisiag path new aecands the sleep slops of the 
Obetbaupt to the (S& min.) KrieaUoch (tiSotrj, through wLieh *1 atena ascend 
to tho ar^to (p. 113), where the viev of Ibe Alps is edddealy disclosed. 

Another route oflcn chosen is the path from Alpnach-Stad vijl llie 
Amagen Alp to the Filalus-Kulm [t'lrb hra.). Fur iTie other aacenta of 
Pilatue, from Kriens (p. 99) rift the XOIUenmae and yraimaiit (lletsisoil) 
sips to the Klinisenharn (s'lr* hra.), or from Alpnach [p. 16!) vil the alpa 
of Laiholdsmatt, Schicandi, and FrakmBnt (AlpnaoL) to the Pilatua-Kulm 
H'lr^ bn.l, a g^ide is indispensable. 

in lUmlD., faro TO ur JO<i.— I'^om Stuin to tho Slajiier Hon 
in W min.; fsro J fr. an, descent 4 fr. 80 c, rclum-ticket 1! fr., on Sua., 
Tilidfortwodays, I'/jft-iretnm-tleketlnoludingU., 8.,BnrlB.atthehotel, 
Wfr. — *WM,-iV««. fllamerhoTtt, open May-Oi-f., luo btda from 6, B. S, 
L. e, D. 6, y. [rem la fr. 

Staneatad (143T'], sec p. 114. Thu electric railway asccnils 
between the Bargenstock (p. 113) and the Koieherg (p. 114) to the 
foot of ttie haudaoine pyramid of the StanHer Hum. 

2M.Stans.. Two Statiohb, the first liy (lie atation of theSlansor 
Ilnru railway, the second 5 min. farther ou. near tho iuarket-p]ai:e. - 
ir<tTKi.8. Sttiiiacrhof, ib beds from 3'/,, li. H/*. 1- 3Vi, D- *. P- from 8Vt i'-i 
Krone, 10 beds from IVi. ■>• It'/i. P> from 8 fr., with the 'Uocthe Boom' 
(IJB7); Entd; Wiakeiried; MlUr, to beds from 3, 1). 1, P. from 8 fr. 

Staita (1500'; po[>. 2980), the capital of Nidu-aldm, the E. half 
ot Cant«n UnterwaldcD, lies atiiidBt a vast orchurd. The Hittorival 
Museum, near the station of the Stanscr Hon line, eontaioa weap- 
ons and flaga of the 14-18th cent., ntensils, coins, a library, a few 
paintings, etc. (ndm. 50 c). la the main square, 5 min. walk, is 
the oli. Johannes-Brunnen. On the right, adjoining the handsome 
parish chnrch (in the haroque stjle, 1611-47), is the monnment oE 
1'hu 1'owii Jlall dates from 1T56. 

Till' eable railway up the *BtanBer Horn, 2'/, M. in Irngfli, 
is divided into three sectioUB, the lirst at a gradient uf 12-ST : 100, 
the two upper ones at a gradient of 40-63: 100. Carriages are 
changed at KdUi (2343') and Blitmall {4006'). Tiie terminal station 
(6065')is at the hotel (ace above). Good paths lead hence,skirling the 
'Adierfluh', or S. slope, fo the top(6230'). The view is magnificent 
(comp. the Panorama opposite). Facing as, 9-13 M. distant, are the 
Alps ot Uri and the WallenstOcke, besides the Unterwalden Alps 
he Imposing Titlis; to the S., the boautiftillf groopcd Bernese 



dnjfltcftenen. ALTDORF. »apt,s<p.iOi,iSii.— 119 

to tbfl (»lri^a»-) Bolztog f.i^a-; (no, 10b«de), vtienca > tootpith ucen As 
In *& dgtua on the K ude of (he mountain, >ud finally tollovB tLe dutdv 
tcSte to tba [IVi Iit.) BUtnmit (inn, 6 beds). Psnaruni by A. Helm. 

We now tiu-D to the S. (on the left, the Frohnalpstock and the 
Eurhans Stooe far above ns, p. 106) and cross the Jlfuotd near /ni/en- 
hofd, passing the large convent of the Siatera of the H0I7 Cross, 
founded iu lt$5&, with a school for girls. 

24'/, H. Bnumen, see p. 105. The station is '/, M. from 
the lake. 

Passing throogh a tanoet nnder the Gfitsch (p. 105), the train 
roaches the * Lake of TJrj {p. 106) and is carried along its bank 
through tunnels and rock-cuttings. High above, on the opposite 
bank, lie the houses of Seelisberg (p. 104), at the toot of which is 
the Riitli (p. 106), and farther to the left towers He Uri-Rotstock 
(p. 108). \Ve pass through the Olbcrg or Schieternegg Tunnel 
(2169 yds.). — Beyond (28 M.) fi'mtore (p. 107) we thread several 
tunnels, passing under the Sturzegg, the Tellsplatte, the Aienberg 
(1440 yds.), and the Snizegg. 

32 M. riiielBn (1440'), see p. 108. We now ascend the Beaat- 
lat, with the Bristenstock (p. 121) in the background, and the two 
Windgallen (p. 130) to the left of it. 

33Vi M. Altdorf._HoTBi,B. In llie to 

oldener SdUiltnl. 

. 50 bed 

le (ion 31/1, B. H(. 

, L. 8'ffc D. * 

, P- 

from »Vi, b.. 

[th torrKB 

Schu^rzf^ LoJ, 

96 beds from 


li. l(r. 80 0., 

*, D. 5, P 

TeU, m beds froB 

3 b'l„ B. i»/„ 



=m 8./, It.. 

rclen; ffroiie, 60 1 

}ed«( Sti^, 

ihnhof, 16 



(1918'), Vi bi 

. E 



nn, .t Altdort; J 


It PiOelonf 

Trah to Fladen, see p. lOB. 

AltdorfoT Aliorf (1518'; pop. 4163), the capiUl of Canton Cri, 
lies in a fruit-growing valley surrounded by imposing mountains. 
This pleasant little town is the traditional scene of the exploits of 
Wiliiam Tell, the liberator of Switzerland from the Austrian joke 
(comp. p. usiii). A Dionnment to the intrepid archer, designed 
by B. Kissling (1S95), stands in the main sqnarc, in front of the 
old tower (dating perhaps from the Alemannic period, 5t!i cent.; 
wall-paintings). About 5 min, 8., reached bj the Golthard-Str., 
to the right, is the cantonal HtBtoricai Mu»eum (adm. 50 c.). The 
Jauch mansion was Suvorofi's headquarters in 1799 (comp. p 125; 
memorial tablet). A fine view of Altdorf and the Reass valley is 
obtained from the Waldegg pavilion, near the Capuchin monastcrj 
(1650'), 5 rain. N. of the square. Above lies the Bannwald, a 
'sacred grove', in which the woodman's axe is proscribed, as ii 
protecU Altdorf from falling rocks (see Schiller's Tell, Aet il'. 
Scene 3); but the wood was partly destroyed by an avalanehe 
in 1920. 

SiiDixnt'g Striaerlnii. 26th Edition. % 


laO U- B.31.~Ittt^,pp.i:i:i,llll,SII. KKSITELD, rnm LucirM 

situitsd TilligB Df BflTKlen (1810'; 'Hut.-Pi^Di. Tell, ti bedi from S, 
Ii.<irD. 4, P. fmniStr.: Adler, lObedi; Lurelo Inn, nee p. BS), th 
tional boniD of Tell. Ths chapel »■» erecfad in l&Si, ud ulDnii 

an tho cantonal muHaum of antiiiiiitiflH. — From Altdorf, pe 
valley to Iieiilid (S'/i hi 

i\iA_M,ifi-T«rm. fltted op 

wflbOHt difficulty by eiperti from UllrKlen, v\k the Kitlriital Mp. Ueacenr. 
UiiouKh lheRieiuefl8t;i1deii-Tal toSiHikou (p. 1UT|. — TlieBelmeteii(TB50'), 
from GDrglen via thii HaUiberg and Ihv OberfrM Aip in S bta. (guida 
Dct indigpeDBable for experta), or trom Eratteld viLScAiruiiitibei-^uid the 
[TJ^J - "- - '- - ■ " ' ■■ 


From Altdart 

w'A tbe 

The train crasses the Sckacheabach in iu artificial bed, near 
Ub canliaence with the Rensa. Among frnlt-treea 1« the left ia Ihi' 
church at Schattdurf. To the right, bejond the Reuss, we see the 
hamlet and the mined castle of Aitinghaiitat, in which Barun 
Werner of Attinghausen, one of the characters in Schiller's 'Tell', 
died in 1330. The baokgronnd of the valley towards the S. is 
tornied by the pyramidal Bristcnatock (p. 121); to the right rise 
the bold precipices of the Gitschen (p. 10!)) anil the Bocfci {6810'), 
lo tho left the SchtBarzffna (6629'), Belmeten (aoe above), Hiih- 
l-'nnlen (see above), and lastly the two Windgnllen (p. 130). 

377, ^' ErBtfedd (1558'; USI. Jlof, Bahahof, both at lb,' 
Hlation), a large railvay-depSt (pop. 32U3), where the ascent begins. 
The village lies on the left bank of the Reass, at the month of the 
Eralfelder Tal, above which peep the jagged SpannOrter and tbe 
Sehlossberg (p. 137), with its glacier, 

EicuEsiosB (gnidea, Joe, Huber and Joaet FnuteBBi), A uatli axcenda 
thruugb the KRSTrELDEK Tal ou the bank of the Faiileiibach in xtecp lig- 
ia«, and tbcn more gradually, pael the chalcle of (li/, br.) Rabiberg (iSST') 
aid [10 min.) UtiUaberg to (1 in.) SubtaUd (S8S0'), We oon pubb the £iJA- 
plaiiggen Alp UMI'), croee the bcook ieeulng ftom the Obeiseo, then 
bearinc to tlia B., aeocnd to the (!•/. hr,) Fidensee (oSiV). Thence we 
reach in V> hr, (4'/, hn. from Erstfeld) the Kr6nte Hut of the S,A,C. 
(UEOS'; rebuilt in 19il, eooommodatioo ter flO), to tbe N, below the Oberxe 
(MliO'], tbo headquarters for aevoral oaceDtB, not difSciilt for udepls, Tbe 
"Kr/fatu 110,210^ ie itccnded v'A the Weimie llatten and the Gliittenflrn in 
i hrx. (guideSB, with descent via tbeSirhlosaberg-LUeke to Bogrlbcrt'lSfr.; 
Ktand view); the Zntfrtteii (10,1000 In 4 hrs. (»u easy Biaoier eipoditioni 
no fr.); the Great Spaiamrt (I0,60&'; 5 hrs.; guide 40, with deBceut to 
EngelWg Mfr.l and LiOle Spannart (lO.asC; Sbn.; guide 45, lo Engel- 
berg: fiS ti.), both tackled from the Spiunorl-Joch (comp. p. 131)- From tbe 
ErOate Hut W. over tho ScMo«fberg-L!ii:ke ISBSi'; 30 fr,] or aver tbe 
Spanvort-Joith (9B10'; 87 fr.) to (G'/i-l orB.) Engdberg, see p. 137. — Prom 
ECBtfeld over the Burenen Fata to Ertgetberg, see p. 137. 

The Renss Talley narrows and tbe train begins to ascend. Passing 
Silenen, a village in the midst of fruit-trees, we reach (40'/, M.) the 
stktioii of AmsUg-SUenen (1798'), near which ia the massive keep 
(twtored) of the old castle. Halfway to (20 inin.)Amateg village, 


•I, pp. I SB, so.— n. R.BI. 121 

Amateg. — HoTiLB. ati>m*Pogt,ibbeia, Kraa, W beds, Sitga, 
go beds, St theae three B. tiomS'lt, B. li/i, L. S'/b I>. i, P. fTom 10 ft.; 
BiTKh, U beds. 

Amtiteg (1712'}, in a aheltered Bituatiou on the right bank of 
the B«Qsa, lies at the month of the Maderaner-Tal (p. 128), from 
which the KOrstdenbach desoendB. The aoenery ia magnificent, 
in spite of the railway viaduct (p. ISS). On the left banh of the 
ReuBS, which is crossed hj a sloping two-arched bridge carrying 
the St. Gotthard road, is a large electric power-atation. — Ascend- 
ing the Bristen road (p. 128), we diverge at the first hend (12 min.) 
by a gate to the left and follow the path to the (10 rain,) *Gorge 
of the Kantdenbach. X pleaaant walk of 2 hrs. is enjoyed bj 
following the old St. Gotthard bridle-path on the right hank of the 
Kenss to Ried and MeUxchlingea (2135'), with ita chapel, and re- 
turning by the new road on the left hank. 

Tlie *AmibSFg or QotOiardstfiii (Ueb*), uundad in 3 his. by a shady 
path, cammaDdH s msgniflcent view. On tke W. side of the mountun 
are elsctrieity works with a reservoir {44W), — ViS Inschi (sea below) 
wo may aai.'snd the pictoresque Leuttchaeh'Tal la the (4 hrs.) Oberlee 
;7Me'), at the foui □{ the MatmUUer itisa"). 

Tbe Brlstenatook (10,0860 is aacsadsd iu 8 bra. [toileame; gnide 
40 fr.). Sivei^ng to the right fiom the pslh to the Msderanei-Tal (p. 1S8) 
at the (Vi br.) chapel of St. Anton, we ascend to tbe (8 bre.) BrittentUifdi 
(MXKf) and the (I V.) Blacki Alp (OlSSOi P"t tbe [% hr.) Briilen-Saii 
(7OCi01,aDd6iiBllytorShiB. byatatiEQingsciambleaptheN. arMe. Oraad 
and picturesqae nsDorama from the anmmit.— The Hoh-Vaulen (KBO^, 
iiHcetidBd fram Siienen in 5 hrs, (Eaide ib, with desuent to Unter-Sohaehen 
SI> Fr.) throDgh the Evi-Tal and via the Strengntatt, Rhonen, and Bdmetm 
Aipf, is not difficult [comp. pp. 89, ISO). 

A walk on tha St. G-crrruBD Boad from Amatee to OSschenen (4 hia. ; 
better in the reverse direction, with views of the Bristenstock and Iho Wind- 
gJUen) is recommended for the sake of the interesting railway. We ascenil 
the left bank of the Keaia. Beyond I39 min.) Ijtschi {SlU'; Schlfii) we 
cross the iTttchi-Mpbach, whioh forms s pretty fall. Then nn the r«ht 
bank of tbe Beuas to 0/a br.) MeiUcMingen [see ^bove). About ^Ai. 
faither on we siosa the ydiibajA (p. Hi). On the hill oppoeito standa 
tbe hamlet of OurtneUen (SOJfi'). We ps«s several workmen's cottages 
aod tbe (iS min.) iims of AlpenrSsli and St. Gotthard, Opposite is Qu^^ 
nnllen station (p. Hi). Beyond WUer is |3b min.) a third bridge |aoeo'|, 
Pfaffenapmng (,i66i-), by which the road reerasses to the left batik. 

The flist of tl 

TDW gorge. The road crosses the turbulent 3feie 

Teuta (3766') near |Vi hr.] Waaien (p. JSB). Ti . „ . _.. 

railway-bridges. A path to the right, a fow paces beyond the bridge, 
outs oS tbe windings of tha road, which ascends to tbe loftily situated 
church [SO&L'J. Hear (Vi U.) Watlingen (SOW) is the fourth bridge over 
the Reuse ; to tbe right ia the fall uf the Rohrbach. Tbe (iO min.) afth 
bridge ISchOmbrick, 3213') crosses to the left bank of tbe Renss. To tbe 
left rises the TmfUggtein. a bage mass of rock. Vi hr. GStOieneH (p. 128). 
Fbdu Austeo to UktebsohXcheii, 7Vr8 his., inteiesting Ignide SO fc., 
advisable). A footpsth ascoDda from the sUtion through wood to OH, hi.) 
the Kirehberg ISiiS"), then over the Waiitrplarikai and iMed«f«eafl, '"W^ 
splendid views, to (i'/j bra.) the Scflrfi-See (8640^, ».\«fB ■w\i\KWwi™»'ta» 

122 u. R.Bi.-Mapt,pp.taa,90,47t. GTTRTNELLEK, *<»"i*«M™« 

licosae Windg&Ue. The SeewUgrat OUST) is mch«d in Vi 1>t. man. 
We dBscenJ over iSbris ud turf to the chilete of the Vordere Qrieltd 
(Sisr) ind the (2 hn.) BraiiaiAlp [4(ii8'J, umid iigpoaioe teeneiv (to the 
S.S. rise almeit ihesi the Oiosae ind Klsiae Ruchen). Thensa we proceed 
throttsh the Branni-Tdt to (!■/, lit.) Utilerichachen (pp. Si, 83]. 

Above Amsteg the line crosses the XLirstclcnbarh by an im- 
posing riadact (147 yds. long, 178' liiglOi affording a Sue yiev of 
the Haderaner-Til with the Grosse Windgalle, to the left, and of 
the RenBstal to the right, and is then curried tbroogb the slope 
of the Bristeastock, which U 
much exposed to uvalanchce, 
by two tunnel B, and acrosa tbc 
brawling Keuss by a bridge 
as6' high. We now follow the 
left bank of the pictaresqae 
Beasstal (views to the left), 
t tb I h" T nnel, 

Alpb and 
-^ QQ T I duct 

M Qiirtii lien 

Ob (do ), ( ) P llii ( 

hstween the SchneehUhnfiatoek and the Pi£ TIanna. Wo dcHcend 1 
Obnralp-See (p. 173) in 'U ^"■ more. — The Criapalt {\i. J71) hist I 
MDded Tii the Alp ObOTmett in 6'lr" hn,, then through the IVich: 
tad to the 8.E. over the 5HBirol Pa» ("1140; diflicnlt, for «ii>ettB 


ta OetChmm. fiOSCHUNKS. «op,p. IM.— U. F.3I. 123 

tc^uerx the Pfafftn^toig SpirOi Tunnel (1635 yds'.), in which il 
7iia>mtsllS',aQdtraTerBes two short tunnels. Next follow a bridge 
over the Meieweusa (see below), iesniDg from ils goi^o, und a 
tunnel under the chnreh-hill of WHBsen, The church, above on the 
right, remaina long in view. Then through the Waltinger Sph'tU 
Tunnel {1199 yde.^ ascent of 76'), on the right bank. 

51 M. Waasen (3050'). The Tillage (Hotel Kurhaus, 40 brda 
from 3'/,, B. 2, L. 4, D. 5, P. from 11 fr.; H6t. doB Aljies, 4U bcd<( 
from 3'/,, M. 2, L, or D. 4, P. from 10 fr; Krum^ 20 beds) lien 
below the station, with a loftiljr sitnatcd choreh. The Susten path 
(p. 145) starts from here. 

The imposing Middle MeienrevM Bridge (360' high) and the 
Leggenstein Spiral Tunnel (1204 yds. ; ascent of 83') carry as to 
the Upper Meienreuss Bridge (S9 yds. lung; 148' high), the third 
bridge over the deep gorge of the Meienreuss, We then pass through 
a short tnnnrsl, and obtain a view of Waasen and the windings just 
Iraversed. Opposite rises the Bien!:emlvck (9724'; ascent from 
Goschcnen in 4-5 hrs., with guide, 3D fr.). Crossing two moi'e bridges, 
the train passes through the NaxbergTimnel (1669 yds.) and crosses 
the deep gorge of the Gdichenen-Ifeuts (view of the OCschenen- 
Tal witti the beautiful Damma-Fim to the right, see below). 

S-'j'/.M. OdSOllOIieil. - RaHieasBeftatiranl.enoii, — Hdtii.s. *//•>(.- 
];ii'. UBisli, SO bedg treni 1, B. !, L. «, D. G, F. ftom IK fr., withgsidoii; 
Hot. Bohiihof, iiheit; lAiPe-TeTmimu, iSbedi; Krone, WbtAt; AliePoH, 
i\ bdsi atern. It bodg. 

QumEB. PetBT OimiuB, Jul. Hitlli, Jnl. Sehmiil, Albert JflU, ill at 
OuBCliEnor Alp. 

GOscheneji (3G40'], pictnresqnety situated at the junction of the 
tivo branches of theReuss, nearlhe mouth of the St. Go tthaid Tunnel 
(p. 4TT), is frequented as a summer- re sort. In the cemetery, to the 
W. of the village, is a monument to Louis Favre, the engineer 
of the St. Gotthard Tunnel, who died in the tunnel in 1879 from 
an apoplectic stroke. Continuation of the St. Gotthard Sailway, see 
p. 477 ; for the SebOUcnen Railway to Andermatt, see R. 33. 

v'AAhfilM (o (17* hr.) Wicki (iSHT; Zom Orflnen W^d, 8 beds, P. from 

.. r., .. ,1 .1 ,. .^e Voralp-T«l (p. lU). It telunn lo the right 

» BTindUttaffd (HIBS'), oroBiieB igain la the loft 

ink at at. Niklaai 

OJiachenet Alp (6e!6'; I 

* taken to the (I hr.) Winter Glacier, deBcendfnB from 
the vamma-iirn, tlio (IVi hr.) Keftte Qlacier, the [1'/, hr.) Bergiee miQ"), 
ind the (S'/i hn.) EeMeii-jUp Hut of the S.A.C. (nee p. 124; acoommodatioii 
for 30). The Mooeaioek 18100' ie aBcsnded In '/, hr. from the (S'/t hrs.) 
Damtna Hat of the S.A.C. (8058'; 1000010104111011 for U). DitBoult are the 
Dammaifock (11,b:o'; gnide 76 fr.), Wioneitock [I1.B15'; TO fr.) and Tkf^- 
stock iUfiib'; 60 fr.; better uiailed from the Tritt Hut, p. 14G). 

A toilsoma hut interesting pith (SifrG hr».; imido SBft.l laid* fe*» 


]-;4 '(■ Boulc3S. SCHOLLENES. From Gdtehenai 

*Laehberg (10.130'j (plsodid vieir of tbe aalauatook and St. QoltUii 
groap) Ih tfloenden in 1 hr. from tha pnaa. — Ovur the Damma Fa^ 
ril,480') to tlie [S-9 bra.) Trifl Hut [p. 115], tetj liboriom and diScult 
166 ti.]; ovei the Buiten-IAmni [lO.iao-) to tiie Stein Atp, 8hn., toilsame 
(*)fr.; Bee p. 1«1. — The •Hiutonhoro [11, say; S'lrTkrt.; 30ft.), » 

££M«n .dip ilut'(p. 113) we ucend ly the ^>«, \n.) fiMten-Limmi (lec 
ibove) to Ibe (iVr' bra.] HDminit. Deecant to tbe SUin Ma (tOlr.), see 

SIIS. _ FlaokiBtooh (ll.ilS': eiiid« 40, with ileecent to ibe Ueien-Tal 
ft.), not vet; difGnult far eiperte. We incend fton |IV, bt.) Witii 
(p. 123) thioDgb the VonUp-Tal to the (E'/i hrs.) VbroJp j/ut oE tbe 8.A.C. 
(ills'; accDmrnoditioiL fot SO), at tbe foot of tha WaUeiibHld/lrit ; thcnee we 
noimt to tba richt to the grasey teitaoe el Aaf den Ilulu:a (7873'), mtl 
over the eteep Sw, *r6tB lo ibe 14-iy, hte.) Buminit. A ataep deseent may 
b» made nvei wcathor-voTD lockt and the Kartigel-Firn to (S>f, bre.) Xeieu- 
DBr/li [p. IM). The Kahiiankenetock |IO,575-; sVr^ bia. ; guide 35 fr.|, the 
StOdcUtUek (10,865'; 4Virfi lira-, difficult : 40 fi.), Biid the fialhiuchyn IM»iV; 
4bTa.;Kuide!f>-30(t.)miyalBobeaiceiidedftoiiitlicVoralpHu(. — Ovetlhe 
WallenbUhlfiiii ud tbe Suoten-Jooh (8717') lo the MeienrTal, iritb daecent 
through the ^oJcUoIlp. 140), diffioult (guide soft.); fine viev from Ibepaes. 

32. From G68chenen to Andermatt and 
over the St. Gotthard to Airolo. 

Pram QUHoheDaD io Aiideromtt, VUH., SchOixikei liaii.wiT (eletttii) 
iu Vihr. (S ft., 1 ft. 80a.). Tho tiaioi etarle from behind the Fedi'tal Slation 
{p. leS); views luaetly (o the left. -By toad 3'/,H., IVjbt.'n walk. 

Ifrom Andetmall lo AinMi, 16 M,, St. GoTTHiBK Uilwesob, iiiniiin!; 
iu mil ouly between (he St. Ootthatd Hoipke and Aitolo il'/i bt., u|i 
a>/,hti.). Carriage (one-boree) trum Andetmstl to the Bt. (Jotthard PaBs i\ 
tu Airolu 50 ft.; gtatuity IQu/g eitta. WtlkerB talie 40min. Iu Hoapeuthal, 
aVibre. themie to the St. Gotthard Pa«B and 2-!i/,lira. tUeni-e to Aitolo 

tiou tbe HflDl du Monl-Prona will reauh it more quickly from Airolo 
(raiDp. p. 478); in the early morning sJmoet tbe wholn tonte le in the eiiade. 

The *ScuOi:.iiNKs Bailwiy, cnnatructeil iu 1913-17 at a cost 
uf llirec million franca, crosses the Rcuss by a stoae viaduct, pusses 
under the St. Gotthard road, and returns to follow the left bank 
(inaKiiiium gradient 18:100; rack -aud- pinion section) through 
galleries and two short tunnels. Frequent viewa of the winding 
road and of the wild Schotleucn gorge. From tliu exit of llie short 
ItrUckvald Tunnel we obtain a sapcrh view oC the KeiiNs tails uiiil 
Uic Teufelsbracke, with the liussian cross in the background ^eeiii]). 
p. 125). After crossing the stream again wc see tho rockj unlrance 
to a fort on the right and the Urncr Loch (p. 125) on the left. Wc 
skirt tlie rocks by an iron bridge and then follow the rend through 
the Uraeren-Tal to Andermatt (p. 135). 

The *St. Gotthard Ro*d, constructed in 1820-30, crosses the 
Ueusg above the station by the Vordere or HSderli Bi-iicke (3720'). 
On the left is the month of the great tunnel. The road enters the 
lombre defile of the *SaIi5Ileiieii, flanked by perpendicular gran- 
ite rocks, and ascends in curves (short-cuts) above the right bank 
of the brawling Kenss, Above the Laitge Briloke, which wo leave 


DigniodD, Google 

126—Mivi,p,tt4,4tt. HOaPENTHAl. from 

Ihra.; tob.) ue flue points ud not diffitmlt; raon lituiimii ii the Kattti- 
Ai>m(97Sa'; G hrc ; gDfds It tr. | comp, below). — Tb« *Badua or Ste ITadwi 
{96100, to the E., ucended vA the Ronbodai-Alp in h tan., le toilaoms 
(gnida Ufr.; better from tlie KBt. Ohoiilpeee, V- iU, in Si), fan.]. — From 
Andenult over tbe mdtraip Pan (asOCJ In t^e Vil Canerlti end Airolo 
(p. 178; Bhn.; toileome; euide this.). 

The road (diligence, 80C p. 124) coatiauea S.W. along the Ur- 
leren-Tal, shirtiiig the FarVa Railway (p. 130). 

I'/t M. Hospenthal. — Horcta. *MeyerhBf. U beds from 4>/„ 
B, *, L. 41/fc D. B'/,, P. from IS fr. ; •Qoldener Mice, *0 bed* from Si/,, 
Jj. IVi, L. 4'/., D.S, F. iromllfr. i Kr«i«*fo»t, 15 bode; Stern; Sch!i0i, 
Wbede; at. QotOard, 10 bade. 

Hoaptidhtd (4870'), a BtatioD on the Fnrka Bailway (p. 131), 
with a chnrcb baiit in 1705-11 and an old tower, a relic of the 
CMtle of the bnrona of Sospenthal, is Bitaated above the conflnence 
of the Fnrlta-BeaBS and Gotthord-BeosB. It is frequented as a 
faealth-reBort aod for vrinter-Bp4rts, and has a pine-wood in the 
Immediate vicinity. 

FIb Oraino iWinierluiTn, S747'), 3>/,hn. (see p.ii'i guide II, vitb 
daioeDt to tho SI. OotlhKd 18 fr.). - Otttnwjtook (9718-), A hra. (10 fr.); 
vll tl'/i hr.) OigaaUiM to the |H/. br.) SI. Anna Qlacier, and Iben either 
unetlt, oi by the artte to the (V|hr.) eimmit (lee aborej. ~ KartallLoni 
(«7W^ Til the Ovpit Yaliey in i'lrb hrs. |£B fr.], not difficult for sdepW 
(lee ibo<e). — Flaio Oentrale (SSfiO'), 6-6>/, hn, (Ift tr.), vii the Guipis 
Tilloy, titlgning (pnfarebla from the St. Ootlhud Fua, p. 1!7]. 

The road winds ap the bleali valley of the Qotthard-Reusa 
(short-CDt to the left by the second house beyond the Renas bridge), 
affording retrospects of the jagged Spitzberge (p. 131) and, to the 
W., of the Oalenstock. On the (1 hr.) Gam^oden (5380') the 
abmpt Quipit-Tal opena to the left, with the Gnspis Glacier and 
the PiEzo Centrale (see above) at its head. At a bend in the road 
C/* hr.) ia the First Cantoniera (5876': now used for military 
purposes), adjoined by the Eestanrant Schveizcrheim, at the foot 
of the Piz Orsina (see above). The road enters Canton Ticino and 
paBt (1 hr.) the dilapidated Second Cantoniera (6482') crosses the 
(6 niin.) Rodont Bridge (6620') over tbe Beass, near its outtlow 
from the Late o^iacendro (6814'). [Tbe lake, which is worth 
u visit, ia reached by a footpath below tbe Kodont Bridge ascending 
on tbe left bank of the brook ; we crass tbe (■/, hr.) bridge at the 
lower end of the lake, then Follow the footpath which rejoins the 
St. Qottbard road jaet below the pasa.j 

On the (20 min.) St. Qottliard PaflS (6935') the road passes 
between aeveral small lakes. 

TheSl.Gotlhardia a mouatsin-group, IHOeq.M. in ttea,wlth numeroua 

Sake, gUcien, and about thirty small lakea. The paaa ia bounded on 
i E. by the procipitooa 8<aio di San Ootlardo [S»a6') and on the W. 
by the looki o) the F%bbia (B9W| ud the Pitto la VaMtta 18S31'). Tbe 
ebief peaks of the St. &otthsrd are; E., tbe Jtonte Proia (89881 aod 
Piao Oentrale (»8W); W., the Pie Lueandro (S70S'), Fwerberhom (aiW), 
Pie ddf U<K»o miV), and Pit OrHvo or Wtnterhom (S747') ; then, mora 

toAimla. ST, QOTTHAED. lbip>,Fp.tai,t'!i.— iM 

to ths W., the LeckHmm (10,OTOO, MultenAom (10,1801, Fiwo di Fetciara 
(10,8600, ««» Eotondo (lO,*^), uid KUIAodenhom flO.OW). — The St. 
Gattbild is Itmoat for its laie iDinents (lock-orystB,], idutuia, gBrnal, 

8M. Hfltel du Mont.ProBa (6870'; 100 beds from a'/,, 
Ji. 2, L. or D. 5, P. from IS fr.), a good headqnarterB for nionn- 
taineera, 8 niio. S. of tbe pass. Adjacent is the St. GoUhard Hospice, 
founded in the 14th cent, but frequently rvbuilt, with a meteorolo- 
gicnl station. 

peilitioDB). SoFOSoia or Scara Oreu (7S50'; 1 hi. ; guide nnneceBiary): 
ve deBcend the mad lo the Ticino bridge and ucend a ninow path te 
the left. View of the Ticinp Alps. 

•PiBZO Oentpale J9850'; S'/ihri. ; guide is ft.], mmewhat fatigaii^. 
Beyond the Getthud Hospice we eioia the broolt to the left and aKend 
the slope of the Saeao di Sin QottudD oier ddhiia to the entrance at the 
Vol Sella, through «hieb the route leads. To tbe left riseu Monte Proai. 
We skirt the elope hish above the Sdia Lake nsilT) and ascend enov-flelde 
to the base of the pe^k, which cansistn of cmmbiiDS hornblende. View 

Switier] and (panorama by A. Heim). — Monte ProBa (8S8S'; !Vs hrs.; 
Buide 12 fr.), not difficult. By the hut above the Sella Lake [I'/i hr.) we 
ilivBrge to ths left over poor paeturee and patohee of enow Ic the ('/i hr.) 
saddle {8610') between the Froaa and Blauberg. Theu to the left, up the 
arSte, and lastly over sharp rocks lo IVi hr.l the lop. The W. peak, 41' 
higher tbao the E., ie separated from it by e cleft iO* deep. 

The nbbia (899b'; £';• bn. ; guide 1£ fr.), a gigantic rock which com- 
mands lbs 81. Oottbard road on the W. and descends precipitously to 
"" "■"' "" "Bola, may be ascended throngh the desolate Valletta di San 

...tbsr fatiguing]. Excellent survey of the St. Oolthard group, 

— valley of tbe Tinino, and the Tioino Alps. — Pis Oraino (8717'; 
eee p. Ue), via the Bodont jUpim brs. (guide 16 fr.), easy and repaying.— 
>Fiz Duoendro (9708'; a'/ri brs.; gude Ifi fr.), free fiom difficulty. 
From the Lucendro Lake Ip. 1*6] we ascond by the LacendTo Alp and 

the Lacendro OUieier and to the rocky sumniit. View of the utmost 
grandeur. — The Pixeo Botondo, the highest peak of the St. Qotthacd 
group, is aaoanded from Bealp (p. ISl] or Airolo (p. 478). 

PAeBES. ToBuu, 4Vihrs., guideadviesbledSfr.). We ascend either 
from the St. (Oottbard load. 10 mm. below the Rodont Bridge (p. tie), to 
tbe left vll tbe stony Bodcmt Alp and past the H^tino Lake (7GIB'), or 
from the Luosndco Like to the N.W. pist tbe Oriirora Lake (SOm'; to 
the lelt). The (» hrs.) Opsino PftB» ISliW), S.W. of Piz Orsino |sea aliove), 
commaads a striking view. Descent to tbe Oacciola Alp and then (steep) 
to the Wyttetaastaer Valley and |i brs.) Bealp (p. ISi). 

To THE FuBEA (10-11 hrs., guide 4(i fr.), fatiguing, hut interesting on 
the whole. From the Lucaodro Like wo ascend vii the Lucendro Alp lo 
the (! hre.) Fwerber Palt (9196'), N. of the Twerberhorn. Thence to the 
Wyitent/mnser Mp and the RotoTtdo Hut (p. ISl), and up the WyttenKvAttr 
Olaeier to iS'l, hrs.) the Iiaokl Pasa (96^'), between the Weatera RottOli- 
Aorn (»90e') and the Leckiltom (10,070'). Descent acruss the Sfutlen OlacleT 
to the Mutten Alp (egsC), vhauee we ascend egiln to the TMerberg Alp 
(8006') and, skirting the TMerberg. to the left, descend across alpine 
pastures to the (1V,-B bra.] JWIta Hold (p. ISi). 

Aboat 10 min. S.E., hejond the hotel, tbe road crosseg that 
branch of the Ticino which iaaaea from the SeIJa Lake (,ae« 'N!an,'\%\ 
an(i enters the dismal VALTBBM5i.i', It ttien &estwA% Kti '««.«'«*'••?",,■ . 


128 II- «■ »«■ - »»Pi P- «s- HADEBAftBB-TAL. 

windings, ftTOided by tlie old bridle-patb. fiichiora. Atthe(llM.) 
Bifugio Vol Tremola (5564') the Voile Leverdina (p. 478) begins. 
•View down to Qninto. The road here ia fortified. To the right 
opens the VrI fiedretto (p. 385), trom which the niun W. brsnrh 
of the Ticino descends. 

16 M. Airolo (3750'), ecu p. 477, 

TTBvelleiB going from the Bt. Ontlhird to Bedretto (p. SS6) uts au 

tha secoml bead. The ptth deBwnds to Ibe right, and ■! Fontini <p, 3S5) 
joins the rosd leafling fiom Airolo to AU'Acqni. 

33. Frtim Amateg to the Uaderaner-Tal. 

The heidquiTtere for (louriioiiB in this villey ie the *net.-Pent. zum 
Sehuxiser Alpentlsb, S'/i hn. from Amsleg [borae K, porter B fr.), open 
from June lat to Oct. Ifith, W) beda from i'l^ B. i, D. B, P. from IS fr. 
— Qvma: Antan, Josef, J. J., Alois, snd Guslar Treecb ; Frani Walker ^ 
Frani Zgr^gen. 

The 'Idaderaner'Tal, rnnning E, from Ameteg (p. 121) and 
watsred bj the KBrstelenbach, is one of the most beautiful valleja 
in the Alps. From Amsteg station (1798') we turn to the left and 
RBcend the hill-slope (footpath, see Map. p. 80). From the village 
(171S') ne follow the narrow 'Briaten Koad', which passes under 
the Tiadnct and ascends in windings to the (1'/, H.) Chapel of 
St. Anion (3370'). Thence the old bridle-path leads throngh pastures 
and orchards to (30 min.) the hamlet of Bristen (2615'; Pens.Fcdier, 
80 beda), with a new church. Beyond the village the path crosses 
(5 min.) an iron bridge over the foaming Kltrstelenbsch and ascends 
its right bank. After 7 min. the path to the Etzli-Tal diverges over 
a bridge to the right. 

from Amsteg; gnide SB fr.). The B»lh aacands the wiW and lonely valley! 
past the beautiful falls of the EUti-Baeh, to the huts of Berren-Uiimi, 
STUUitta,n-RUti, PorthUtlen, sod (is/, hr.J BtiMbodai (UIS'J, in a liroadei 
pari of the valley. It then mounts steeply to the obaleta of Rostbodfn 
and (IVthr.) (Mina (BI67'; i^mp. the Map, p. 472), ud turns to the left 
to the (1V| hr.) KrUili Pass (7710), between the Weitenalpatock and the 
Krtlzlistock, whence we descend the desolate Strimtal to (Shrs.) Sedrvn 
(p. 47!). — The KrSaliBfoeJt (Sfliff), with an attractive view, mav he aa- 
cended from the Erllili Pass in I hr. The Weitenalpilock (Sg7a') is climbed 
in 4>/| hrs. from Bossboden via the Weitenalp (fati^iug; 8'/^ hrs. from 
Amsteg. guide 40 fr.). 

"■- -■■- "^ ■" '- abovo Cnlma IB hra. from Amateg], on the Alp 
-- _3tzli Hut of the S.A.C. (B716'; accommodatioD 

, .. Sonnig-Wicltdi.9b^: guide 10 fr.) and the Fie Ginf 

oj aehaUig-Wii^ui [lO.IBft'! mwuificenl view) may be ascended by adonta 
in 4-*'/i hrs. each (guide 15, with doseeol to Sedrun B5 fr.). — About 1 bt. 
above tlie elub-but is Ihs SpiMavi Mp (7817'), with a amall I^e, wbenee 
we may proceed (guide tb fr.) vil the POrlH-L^t^e (8i«-) lo the HV* hr.) 
Yerdenceidi Up ia the Felli-Tal (p. isa). 

The UadoFuier-Tal path keeps straight on and after 20 min. 
tecrosaes by the 'Tal-BrQcke' (26SS') to the left bank and ascends 
■tpiAif to l^/j ir.) the LungensfiUi (3600'), with two taverns, the 

W.. 1'/, br. 
lies the S 


MiDERAKEB-TAL. tf«P,P- »o.-ll. R. as. 129 

second (Kreus; 8 min.) commandiDg a fine view. 7a8sing throogh 
■wood at pUces, we next come to ('/, hr,) tbe chalets oiStSesi (3904'), 
then cross the Klrafelenbach at a (5 min.) Saw Mill, and finally, 
leyond the houses of Bahnenwald, reach (25 min.) the — 

HOtel-Feuflion zam Babweizer Alpenolub (4442'; sec 
p. 12S), niagni£centlf situated on the Bedmenegg. Pleasant wood' 
walbB. To (he N.E., to the left or the KM Olacier path, is the 
(10 min.) small Bntdi-See. Continuing up the slope, with views 
of theBrnnnihach and L&mmcrb&eh falls on thcS, sideoF the vallej, 
we cross several hrooks and ascend steep grassy slopes in sigzags 
to (1 hr.)a roo^ knoll (538T) oTerlooking the HUfi Glacier, from 
whith the Kitrsielenbacli issnes, commanded by the Scheerhorn aod 
Dussislock. The glacier has receded a great deal. 

The SMlSKg (Bliftl, to the S,W. abore the Lungejistuts (p. l^S), ii 
eafiilj McendeiTny turning to the loft at StUBsi, in 1 hrs. (guide). The 
Tiew includee the Etsli snd Reusi Tilleyi, (he BciBtenitoDk, and thi 
mouD tain-chain to the N. of the Uuleisaer-Tal. — The •OberalpstcMA 
{Fix TgieUchen, 10,B!6'; J'/r^hra.; guide 40 fr., with deacent te Diaentia 
60 fi.) presents no seriouB difficulty to adepta. We eiUiei proceed to tbe 
m, hrs.] UrucT BUhl (see belonj and thence ascend the Brvimi Olader, 
finally by looks to the (SVr^ hrs.) summit; oi (harder) laeend from the 
(Bi/, hra.) Klilzli Pass [p, 1!S) acrcsx the Strim Glacier in SVr'* brs.; 
RuiSe SO fr. — The DIla^Btook (He Git, 10,703': 6-7 hts. ; guide 15-50 Sr.) 
is difficult and reonires eipeiicDce. We may either ascend from the HBfi 
Hut (eee below) by the N.K.W. arSte in 4 hrs., or proceed up the Briinni- 
Tal Isea helow) to the (S hre.) Walleraflrren Mp (BS42'), whence wa aBcend 
to the left to the (i hn.) Reeti-Tachingtl Glacier, and croBB it, fioslly 
clamhoring over difflcnlt rocky ledgea to the KMne DiUti (10,s«y) and 
thence ovar the B.W, ar«te to the (2 bra.) eummit. The Qroue Buohon 
110,i90^, Tii the Alpgnofer Alpli |>ce helow), the Aljii Glacifr, and fba 
Budienflm in B hra. (guide 36 fr.), not difficult, but very fatiguing; descent 
to the (>r,hi.) Euchkehlen Paea and Unterschichen (guide 50 ti.), see below. 

To nNTERsOHloHiH (p. St), 8-9hiB., laborioDB (guide 40 fr.). ViS the 
BchwdnipfUd to the {fl, bn.) Alpgnofer Mpli |7673') and thenco acroae 
the Bteep Alpli Glacier lo tbe (t hn.) Buchkehlen Pbbs (SIS8'), between 
the SaKeaBrner and the QroBse Ruchen. We dBHoenii steeply throngh the 
iee-clad SueMcelile to the (I hre.) Schftchcn Brunni jUp (4Bi2'| and (IVi hr.) 
UnleriOMcheti (p. 8S). — The Sobeorhom-Grieeoli Paas {»I«n, ia 
ntfaet longer and toileome also (g^iide 46 ft.). The pass, between tbe Kleins 
Sobesibora and the Sleine Ruchen ta reached from tlie Alpgnufei Alpli iu 
BhTS., hyBklrtinglhepreeiplcesof theKnifcseftsm to tbeBoeiWiiAingeiflrn 
and leaving the HuMBckli on the right. Descent vik the Ruc/ienbanSli and 
the Upper Lammerbacb Atp (6600') to (4 hr«.) UnteriMUhen [p. S«). 

To DiBiHTia, a hra. intewating hut (atigDing (guide *0 fr.). We aacend 
the Brurmi-Tal past the chalets of the (ihra.) Hinterbalm (6900'; night- 
quailen) and the WalterillrreR Alp (BSSfO to the (1 he.) Yaderaner Bmnni 
Jip (6810'; plain accommodation); thence to the (I'^hr.lUmer flaw I787C1, 
on the E. edge of the Brunni Glacier, which we croaa tu the (1 hr.) Briumi 
Fasa (SB76'|, between the Pic Ctmirdirai igTsA*) on the iBft and the Fix 
d'Adetta {M70') on the right (each of which may be ascended from the 
paas in I hr.; guide 5 fr. eitra). We deecend Uircugh the Vol AcltOa, 
past the small Lac Serein, to Adetta and (:V, hrs.) IHeenlis If. ilt). 

From the Hfltel Alpenclub, ascending the ¥.. a\4fc il *i» '^^^ 
Glacier via the Hilfi Alp (6558'), we leacVi ttit! l^4taB:^-S.Mi.-Ha*'< 


lao /— Jfap»,H>.«o,/W. MADERANER-TAL. 

on the N. arSte of the DBssiatock md a centre ti 
lent BBcenta snd paseea. 

Piz Cambriales (lO.MO'; )in;.li' 3& tt.). SVr'i l^'B'. >°<I CULiidenatook 
(lO.JSO'i ^ido 111 fr.], J-S hm.. not yerv diflieull for prietiaed olimbors. — 
KammliBtook (10,i;a.l'; tuide Si fr.), i'l, hr». by tLe Ksmmli-I.llokB (m 
belon'), IsboriouH, — ThuOFoaaeecheerhom(iD,Bi&'J, by the Hdflftrii in 

ilifNcult in a fHToanbls atita of ths 

.. ,--,„.. , ,- - , may ho uoepifed vi* the Pl«iiur» Pui 

ind Saiiilgral in 1-S hn. (unide 10O-I06 fi., ioc[. tbe deacsat 

mov. — The TOdl (11,88«'; p. m) iiiiy ho Moopifed vi* ths Pl«it 
to Linthal a 

1. tp. Kj. 7-S hn., I floe clicfer oxpedilian, vltbout difll- 

*- ' " ■■- ""* and CSarirfen Glar^n to the (S-Jf/, hrt.) 

,. -,._.. .._ .ho 7/in(ere.Vpiteolprfi-5iO(*188B3') Mid 

ine OfarWenAOT-N (lO.lW; view of the Tfldi, the Rhoinwild poaka etc.). 

We than doacond, paasing the Bocktechingfl, a rock witb a holo throuKli 

it, ajid the GemtpiyTentlock (p. 73), to tbe (I'l, he.) Clariden Hut (p. T»). 

"■--—--"-" GUdentB I ' ' "' "' - ' 

JrftoiuthsHllflGfin... ..-.,.. - - . 

SaTiMnuuii then either deaceud lo the Upper Sandatp (p. 80) or by the 
San*ilj)ftaw(p.8l) and tbe Ruaeibor T«l toLHieiUig (p.lJS; Ruideeofr.). 
To TBI Ei.AL-sRii, 8-!>'/, hn.. i glicior eipeditton, difflonlt Id pans 

tide 16 fr.): in i'/i htg. we leaoli tho Kamiaii-LaeU {ttMl"), b 
Scheerhom aod the Kaminli stock (nee above). Steep desoent lu iuk 
lovBr Qria Glacier and ii^ the ohaletR of the Kamnli Alp (A7«b') to the 
[li/.hn.) Klaiafn {}>. 8!). 

Aa B Rbturn Route to Aubtbg th« path by the *8tafe]ii 
(6-7 hra. ; gniile S fr., deairable), the terraced pastures on the N. sidt 
of the vallej, is highly recommended. IVc may ejtlier ascend Irnm 
the Hol*l Alpenclnb hy a steep path throBgh wood ('Eselswtg") 
direct to the (IV* hr.) StSfel Alp ; or we may first proceed (1 hr,) 
to the rock overlooking the HAS Glacier (see above), and then ascend 
to the left vii the Tritl to the (1 hr,) Aip Gno/"(6215'), the ('/jhr.) 
Stafa Alp (6285'), and tbe {20 min.) Mp Bemetsmatt (6555'). 
Magoiflcent view of the Hflfi Glacier, Clariden Faas, DQsaistock, 
Tachingcl Glacier, Oheralpstock, Weitenalpatock, Crispalt, Bristen- 
stock, Galenstock, Flcckiatocb. the WindgHlle, and Kuchen. We 
descend to the pretty Golzeren-See <4825') and the (1 hr.) Golxreii 
Mp (4583'), then cross two brooks and pass the chalets of Glauten, 
and lastlydescend in zigzags throoghnnderwoad to (l'/>hr.)£ruf«ii 
{p. 128) and ('/, hr.) Amateg (p. 121). 

Above the StSfel Alp liea the Wiiulg/Ulen Hut of tb^ Akadoiniaclie 
Alpeucluh Zflrioh (6686'; keeper; accommodation for 39. I'ltii.). on the 
Ortliboden, Vjib hn. from Amelog. This ia tbe ataitiiig-poinl for the 
MOODt of the aTOUB'Wind«iUla( 10,800'; 4>/i-(>hn. ; guide 45 fr. ; splendid 
panorama), over tbaStafetOtaeier, for experla only, and of the leas difficult 
EMnoWindgaUe (0803'; SVr4 hn., 40lr.), vil tlie OberkSeeTii Alp. 

34. From Andermatt to the Rhone Glacier. 
The Forka Railway and Road. 

The Fdbki Railwat from Andermatt to (ISil, M.) Blettck ia not 
;ot open [flomp. pp. »»7, 406). Moanwhile a Motor Gib plioB ddco oi 
twlM dally in snotDior, IK'/, tL, in 3 hrs. (lEfr.lOe.): to Riialp, fi'I, M. 
ill 3S min. fSfr, Mc). 


REAIP. Uap,p.tU.-II.B.84. 131 

[■Bi will find the roid icteceating beTond Bulp: to the Furka 
down in ii/^, tbence to the Ehona Glwier i brt. (up in 3"/i). 

Andermeat, see p, 125. The Fdhka RAiLwiY turns S.W. into 
tlie upper Urseren-Tal and beyond (I'/i M.) Hospeathal (4777'; 
p. 126} croBses to the left bank of the Furka-Reusa. On botb Bides 
rise steep grassy slopes, farrowed by ravines and u re re had owed 
on the N. by the jagged pinnacles of the SpUdierge (10,050'j. At 
Zmndorf ve cross the Beaas, returning to the left bank shortly 
before — 

5'/, H. Bealp (5060'; Post, 33 beds ; Hat. des Alpee, 30 beds), 
a hamlet with a new cbarch. 

Over the Alpligeit-IMCte to (e hn.) the Gtichener Alp, see p. Iti; 
o»er tba OrHno Pall to the (6 hra.) St. aoltJiard, nets p. U7. — The 
•PJEso Rotondo (10,488'), Ihe higheat peik of the St. O-ottharl group, 
is idiatLinIt unent, shia., anide mili>p«iiasble{Joh.!isilJob.Piial BaDDCi; 
K Ir.). We lacend 8. to tha WyUemoailer Alp, apending the nieht aX 
t]ie {i^/ri bra.) EolMldo HlU at (he S.A.C, (Sm'i keeper; tecammodatron 
for 30), at tba nppei end. Thence up the WyUmwaiser Blaeier to ths 
WyUfnimieier Pail (BM7'), round the Pliio Rotonilo to the jGotondo Pati 

Mip, p. SBS, 

The railway keeps to the bottom of the valley, crosses two via- 
ducts and threads three tnnneU to the station at Tiefenbach{%Hi2'), 
in tituQandKn-Tal, mneh exposed to avalanches, and then crosses 
to (he left bant of the Renss, with a oontinnons gradient of 11:100. 

— 10 M. Furka station (7100') is V, br. E. of the pass (p. 132), 
under which the railway passes by the Fwrka Tunnel, 1'/, M. long. 

— 1 1 M. Mittthach (6890'), at the month of a short tat«ral valley, 
dominated by the Clllistoek and the HatteobCrner, lies on the 
Fnrka road, =/* hr. from the HStel Belvedere (p. 133). — We de- 
scend rapidly along the slopes of the Lln^sgrat, with views of tie 
Rhone Glacier on the right. — 137, ^- GleUch, see p. 389. 

Beyond Realp the Pcbka Boiii begins to ascend in long windings. 
A sbort-cnt to the right beyond the cemetery avoids these and then 
follows the telegraph-wires, crossing the road several times. Lock- 
ing back, we obtain a view of the Urseren-Tal with the Oberalp 
road (p. 4T4) in the backgrannd ; on the left is the Wyttenwasser- 
Tal(p, 127). On theEtneimJZp, lV,br. (roniRealp, is the small 
H6t.-Peni. Galamtock (6595'). Aboat 25 min, farther on we reach 
the Hdt.-PenM. TUfenglettcher (6790'), above the railway station 
of Tiefenbach (see above). 

From the Albert Heim Mut of the S.A.C. iSibS'; ai:cDniiiiadat;ub for 
JO), iVi hr. N., a fine antvey is obtained at the Tlefen Glacier (enorraooa 
orovaaeea), between the Winteratock, QletBcbborn, and fialenatock. The 
Gleticliltom (10,8600 ""y lie aaeanded ovet the 8.W. face or the 8. arata 
in ehce. (diaisultj gnldelG, vilb descent to aSachenoT Alp, p. lis, fififr.}. 

The road crosses the TieferUobel and ascends, rnnning hi(^ qq 
on the N. slope. View of the Siedeln GUtlM wvi vVs V'l'^*'^** *■ 
the Btelejutock (9670"). In l»|,hT. -wc veacV \W vw^^Vw*. ' ■ 


185 11. a.M.~lbii,p.tM. FHBKA. 

Of'^b?" M^ 

The Furka (7990') is » a&ddle, seldom quite free from snow, 
between tiie Farkaboni on the N. and tbe Blauberg on the 8., dc- 
■oending sbrnptly on both sides. •View N.E. of the Urseren-Tal as 
far as the Obenilp, and W, of the Bernese Alps with the Finster- 
aarhom and the Talaia Alps with the WeiBshom. The Rhone Glacier 
la best seen from the SeMnblick, 10 min. W., or tbe Signid, 10 min. 
N.W. The I'nrktt PasB, being a strategic point, ia fortified. 

ThB K7eine Furkahom Ifiiii') is si essy und intorfsting asnent ot 
IVi fir. (partly by bridle-path, ffuide DDDeceeBary). Tbenca we ctohb iteep 
alopea ol Aihria and mow (guide >dvi>able, I5fr,| to the (1 hr.) Purka- 
horn (98M'), lbs S. peak of the jsgged Qilecgrsl. Admirable view (pan- 
otama at the hotel). — The LSneiigpat ISliS'), 40 min. B.W., ia anothpr 
1.._. _i ._. _ yjjj Blaubarg (SliO"; i" ■-- — '-■- " *- -* 

idifnigeriigrltlil'othfl t . 

la faTOUrable (axe and npe). From the : 

lling Bton'i , _ . . 

amfoTer the 8. arSle (beware of anow-cc 

leada from tho Furkg aerota Iho Siedetji Qtaeier and the S.E. »r*te. — 
Tiefenitock tXifilb"), BhoneiUick (11,B!6'), DammatUick (ll,9!in. and 
Sehnetiioek {11,837'), from tho Futka in 6 hra. each (guide SO-S& fr.), laborf- 
oua; the laet three preferable ftoiD tho Tiift Hnt, eee p. 116. 

To THE GsniBEL vii the Rbane Glirier, 3Vi hra. Iguide advlsBhle, 
10 (r.; alpeDBlock and nailed boola reiniaitet We diverge to tbe right 
from the rotd, 10 min. bolow the hotel, to the ('/, hr.) glacior, which ia 
oroaaed aboTe tbe ice-fall to the amill glaoier-lake. We then aacend to the 
(iV, hr.) small Oraai-aee. on the »NfigollBepfitlI IfiliT). affording a view 
of the Berneee and Valais Alps, and deacend S.W. along the rocky alopa 
of tho I<'ageliagra.tii to the ToteniM, where we reach the road to the 
Orimld- Hospice (p. 806). 

Beyond the fortiflcationB near the Galen-Hutten (7900') tlie 
road descends, affording admirable *Vlewa of the fantastic ice-fall 
of the Rhone Glacier, to ('/j hr.) the — 

•H6tel Belvidire (7545'; 60 beds from 5, B.2, 1.. 6, D. 7, P. from 
14 fr.), one of the SeOer hotels. The K/tnxU, 10 min. from the 
hotel, commands the best snryey of the glacier. Close bj is an 
artificial glacier grotto (adm. 50 c). A little below the hotel, to 
the right, is a ahort-ent leading direct to Gletsch. 

The road crosses the Muttbaah (p. 131), gradually descends the 
slope of the Litngitgral, describes several long bends, and crosses 
the Rhone to the (I'/i hr.) — 

Hdtd du Glacier du Eh6tie, at Gl^aeh (5750'; p. 389). 

DigniodD, Google 

36. From 9tans-Stad to Eugelberg. 

U U. iU.E(?TmG lUiLWAi ID 1V< hi. (fares 7 fr. 60, 4 fi. TO c, cIdkii 
H li. 10, 3 fr. 75 c, tatmm-tiofceH li fr. SO, 7 fr. 60 c). Fsmily tickeH 
(30O oonpoBi ind olMB, 200 odufdhs 3rd clUB), in unmiDer iinly (to be 
ordered * hie. bafore alirtinB). 

From Strmt'Stad (1437'), a atption of the steamers from Lttcerne 
and from Vitzcaa to Alpnaoh (p. 113), to (3 M.) Statu (UW), see 
p. 114. — The railway ascends the valley of the ETigetberfferAa, be- 
tweei] the Staaser Uora, oa the right, and the Baoehser Uorn, on the 
left. 3>l,ii.Oberdorf; iU.BUreyi. -^ i^l,M. DalienwU (U05'); 
the Tillage (J 788'; Sohlflasel), on a mound of debris by (he Stein- 
bach, lies '/a M. to the S. Railn-ay and road cross the Aa. 

bildle-path diiergsB to tha lefl bom the highroad and sscsnda an the light 
bink at tha Aa, ranerilty through wood, etaep in aome plaDefl, to (VI, hr.) 
the village of Modor-Biokenbaoh (38!8'; 'KarlianB Encel, 40 beia, P. 
from 9'/, ii.; Pena. Pilgerhius, pliin|, s hMllh-regort wifli a pi^iioage 
chuich. OD the S. slops of liiB BuoOiter Horn (6910*; I'/i he, lepajingi 
comp. p.103). To 1heifu>enaZp{bSW; chalat, vith rfmtB.). I'/ihr.; Briien 
or SteiJialp-Briten 1^900% 3hrs., sii the Sleiifdp, veiy tnleteating (guide 
£0 fi,, Dot indiapeDSBble foi idapla); SchuxUmia (7960'; S-Si/ihre.; guide 
15 fr., not indiapanuble), viti the AAom Alp, the Bdrfaiien (5!00'), and 
the mU Mp, tnd thence up the irgte. Tho deacent fioa tbe Isal may be 
loade to (3 brt.) laenlal (p. lOS) TiJ the Jocbli. 

e'/jM-WolfanaohiBBSen. — HcraiLs. Karhaua Eintrathl, open 
in sammei' aoly, 140 h«de from «Vi, C S'lr*, P. from B fi. ; H6l..J-eiif. 
fVaOenttBek, near tho station, 50 hada, Alpina-EiiihorH, 60 bade, at both 
It. from 3, B. I'/i, L. S'/t, D- *, P- froiD 8 fr.; Schweinerhaua, 30 bcda. 

WoI/eJMcftiegBen (1709'], with 1318 inh»b., is a favonrite sum- 
nier-rcBort. By the church ia the hermitage of the magiatrite Kon- 
rad Scheuber (d.l659), a grandson of Nikolaus von der Flilo (p. 140). 
To tho S. ia the (20 min.) Wolfsschlucht, with waterfalls. Higher 
up, to Ibc S.E,, are the falls of the Bannatpbach. 

From WolfenseliieBBan a road asceDda to (1 hi.) ObaF-Biokenbaoh. 
(£»3S-; Pena. lur Eiplanei, IS beda), in tha valley of the Sekliabach oi 
Daniialpbach, which forma impoalng fallj higher up. To tha Steiaalp- 
Jirisen (see above), vii the iToMinrot, iV.his., with guide. The Kaiser- 
>taH (7886'), with a rich floia, is aseendod vii tbe Mamialp in VI, hia. 
(giiido 18 fi-.). SucMock (MSB-), vU the Bannalp in 6';,-i) bra. (guide 
W tc), fatiguing but iDleiestlng. Schonegi; Piss, n&e p. 108. 

I'li M. Dm-fti (17Sb'). On the right the FaUenback descends 
in three leaps; on the left are the serrated WalleTisldcke. — Be- 
yond (9'/, M.) Grafenort (1885'), with a pretty chapel and an old 
mansion of the Abbots of Eugelberg, the line ascends gradually 
through bean tifnl wood to the power-atation at Obermaft (2221'); 
on the right are the Lucerne electricity works. Next conies a sec- 
tion nearly 1 M. loog, worked on the rack-aod-plnion system and 
attaining a gradient of 25 : 100. — 12 M. Oninenwald (2910'; 
Pens. & Best. GrflnenwaJd, in the middle of the Nitni4%. \tiWi^»*^ 
ravine on the riyht the brook isBnmg btun fte Ttife^nt ^-^Vt 


134 ". B-a«. -«"P,y-'.w. KNIlKI.BER(i. 

niiiluN wilh tlic Aa, uu rhuav UiFt bank, u|>puDilc the waterfalln, ih 
a nfs footpitfa BHceoilinf; to Engrlbcrg. Sryond ti-ranenvald «c 
lurntd the left and Boddriily obtain »vit-« of Ibi'RreenfnjwIbn^e)'- 
Tal, bunnded by lotty iiiountsinB. The I'iUis (p. 136) villi it« icc- 
iiiantlc stands turtb oisjestically, and tu Iho left is the Grsssen 
Ulscier with the roeky jiinnselcB of the BpsnnOrter (p. 137); in the 
furrgroand, to the left, is the HtrikingHahni'n orEiigdbci^di. 136). 

14 M. Engelberff..- 1I<iti;i,», 'GrHnd-Hdia i- Km-ltaut, J60 bedii 
with W Uta-rMniB, B. from II, li. 2, L. il, D. 7, T. (pom 17 Jr., with 
byilnipattaii:; 'Terrace I'alaa Botel, id id elavsted eituilion (aSIO'; 
Bsbts railifsy), 180 bed*, ■imo prices; •Btrk-Ilolel Somaiberg (sastT), 
10 min. W. of the alalion, SOO beds, ia as open Hituatioa, nth park, 
"Qr.-Udt. TlUil, too tiods, with garden and ooveTed promenade, at both 
R. from 6, B. t, li. B, D. 6, P. ftora 14 fr. ; *Br{lewe-Termiiait, by the 
"" - ■■ ---■-■-- - - -— l-feu. 

K l</„ 1.. SI/,, I). 4, V. from VI, ft. ; Ilea. 150 bed> from S"/,, B. 1'/,, L. 4, 
1). Ml, P. from lO'/jfr-; •JWt,-/'(n». O-wtrai, 70 beds from 37,, B, VU, 
li. SVa. D- «. P- from BVi fi. ; *ViUa achUntai, 1 min. from the station, 
TO bedi from »lt, B. Vl„ 1. 1, D. S, V. from flVi t'- ; StMceUerhof, 85 beds, 
r. from lOi;, fr.; H«,-fnu. Marglurrita, 60 beds from 3</,, P. froDi 
B";, fr., Jetffab; HBM da Alpei, SO beda from 3, B. i'/i, I- S'/,. D. 4. 
P. from BVifr.; Pent. Trautheim, 3i beds from S, P. tiom 8fr. — Ibibe 
T1E.I.A01: *H6t.-Pcia. Ficeorta, 50 beds from S'/,, B. IV,, li. fh, D. 5, 
P. from lO'/a fr-i *itli beet-reaCanrant; 'VaC.-I'ent. SiUional, ISO bads 
from S, D. 5, P. from 10 fr.; *Hdt.-Pe'i». SagA, 100 beda, *Met.-Perta, 
ICohaitOc, U beJe. at both K. from 4, K. I'/j. i.. 4V>. D- '>, P- f»ni lO'/i ('■ ; 
*mt.-l'eii». Engribag, 00 boda from », P. fiom B'/i It. ; Fens. Soimicend/uif, 
abeta, Fern. WfUdegg, 16 boile, at both P. ftoni 8i/,tr.; ViOa Alpaiblick 
(hate! Kami); and nomeioDB private apartiiienla. — Ih ibb ItfriaOKBi 
1-rebaee Eotel (p. 1S6), 40 beds from 3, P. from 9 fr. 

RfiSTanBairr. Bieriialp, near the post office (nitb bedroomsj. 

PoHT & Teledkipu OrnoK ailjoining the HSL Tillii. 

ERmnuT Office in the main sttBel (map sbowlDK the aiarfceJ paths 
SOo.). InEormatioB concerning the geology and botany of the KnEelberg 
ilietrict ia kindly supplied by Dr. Amberg, the chemiat, and alio by 
Fathers Conrad and Placidna at the abbey. — Visitors' Tax iO c per day. 
Band thrice daily. 

Carheaqeb. To the TOiMKbach Fall anil back, inol. Vi hr.'a wait, 
5-e fr., wilh two horsea 9 ti.; to the llerraaiiti and back, ind. i hra. 
wait, 8 fr., with two horneB 14 fr, : hilf-day 10 and IS fr. — Ohsibus aeyeral 
times daily tu the Tlitachbaoh Pall [60 <:) anil the HerrenrUlJ (I fr.). 

Oi'iiiEx. Aneelm Amrheini Al. Dillicr; Joe., Friti, Kail, and Job. 
Feierabenit; Karl Feldcr; Jakob, Karl (1»<0. Arnold, Qustav, and Her- 
mann Hess: Usurus Hurecltler; Josef, Aloia, Karl, aoil Eugea Kuatet; 
EarlKuater-IleBs; Jobann Mttller; Earl and Josef (two) Waser. 

Kbolibh Chukoh (aerTioes May-Sept, and in winter). 

Engelherg (3356'; pop. 2310), prettily Bitnatcd and sheltered 
from tbe N., is a favourite sninnicr-rcsort and ninter-eport eeatre 
(mean temperatnre in July 58°, in Jan. SeTahr.). At tbe npper 
end of the village IB the Bejiedictine Abbey, founded in IISO, and 
rebuilt after a fire Id 1729. The whole valley was Bnbjeot to the 
■bbot'a role till 1798. The church (festival on Ascension Day, 
Ang. 15th) contains paintings by Wyrsch, Deschwanden, and Eaiaer. 


Scft«-..nrf. ENGELBKRfi. !H<ip,p.i3S.~ Il.B.96. _ 135 

The Tslnable library niid ((icdtsioDully) tile rich Ireaxnr^ iiro sliuwii 
Lu male Tisitors onl;. The scboo) coniicuted with the ahtie;, Hituatsil 
t[j the E. of it, has ahont 100 pnpils. The gardens arc notcil for 
their vege tables. 

Opposite the sbbej', to the K., op the left baokuEtlie Aawnsaei, 
arc shady grounds with numerous beuches (CaK Banklialp). The 
shady 'Protessoren-Weg' leads along the Aawasser to ('/j iir.) Ihu 
Eienwlildli, a popular ooffee-garden (also pension). 

WiLKE. •Sohwand.lVjIir. ThepillUBnenilBpaBetheTeirBc-ePilare 

oeed through 

.) OilA-ntit Mf (38iB') ■ 
--- ^-mlet of E/nteT-S. 

1 to Ober-SOaumd. 1SB70'; i. 

;o the left tho TitlU) is more ejteneiTE 1 

WMd Alp^(p.^S6J.-Tho 'BeisU (4400' 

matt (43g&'; reBtsDrsot), ucouded \iy a pBth leading to the left (N.) ahott 
nf the i^hurch and turning to the left again after 10 inin. (to the light to 
)>"rd, see belnw), moBtly through wood (1 hr,). — AH IhreB pointfl may be 
<^MLbinerl in a round of i'/rS hie. From the |1 hr.) FltlLualt we go ou paat 

IcTEl mead»»-palb along the hill.' After a time thie deenends to the (30 mia.) 
Herfii Oust abort of the Iionae, en the left, ie a direct path to Engel- 
\itt% in '/j hr., see aboie). Keeping to the right (W.) we paea through a 
Bate after liO pacea; after anothor 60 pacea the path dlvldea: ta the left 
Ihrongh the ForHop Wood itowii to VnUrr-Sdaiand, juit short of which 
anather path to the left (gnide'pogl) ileacenda througi the 'ZUge'; to the 
right down to (Wmin.) Ober-Schwaiid and return thence to [llr.) Eugel- 

iirter to the IIulBtoi:k. — HorblHtal, '/jhr.: diterging to the right from 
the Fluhmatt path (see abovel above tho echool, ve skirt the elope of the 
Dbhag Alp and ascend the llorbiilai, &natl>r craBaing the IMrenbach and 
keeping tu the left, W Hi-nter-EoTbie, where the path endt at the foot o( 
perpendicular cIJITb I.Ende do- Welt; reatauruitl. We mav return vii 
VoTder-BoTbii (close hy, the 'Seven Springe') to thB (86 rain.]>JeuB Heimat 

To the TUlBchbach Fall and Eetrenrtlti, '/, and 1</. hrs., a favourite 

jHiBt the EiBDW&ldJi (aee above), ot we take the 'Kloaterweg', to the left of 
fhe <^huroh, which paseea (12 lain.) the Neue Heimat Inn, at the mouth of 
ihellorhisial ^e above), an<l the (i mm.) Schiceii^ham Inn. In lOmin. 
more the road reiehea the •Tatsohbaab Fall (H61&'; inn), which descend! 
from the Hahnen, nn the left. It then goes on throngh wood and acraai 
Ike FUrreiibach to the (•!, hr.) alp of HBirenrtlti (BS64'), which heleng* 
lo the abbey. Wo may walk hence by the Surenen Pass route (p. IS!) 
to (1), hr.) the Nieder-Burenen Alp (113S': Alpanriisli), which afforda 
a fine view of the Schloaxberg, the aerraled gpannOrter, the Oraaaen and 
Firnalpeli glaciers, and the huge precipices of the Titlis. The Stierenbach 
Fall (p. 187) is IV. kr. farther on. 

*ArnitObeI and Ami Alp, I'/s hr. We follow the vallei-wwl'H -, 
vil Eipen and past the great rsaerToit supvWine xbe «\(iiA.i\tWI -wa*** 
(p. 13S), to [sa min.) the bridge otw tho A& 8,\ OerHgcn, 'iufsio.ii. ■■»«* 

lye tl-ir.ts.-'Map.p.ias. ENQELBERS. T-fMf,. 

we sBceDii to Iha liibt. After 5 miu. »e turn to the left Cto ths right 
eggli-lbb^ ud the IVdbKe- 
.>»u«>, . .■^-..^ i.TJse Willi viteifitlU. Thence 
m palD iBcenas to the le^ to |1 hr.) th« Ami Alp (aiff; inn, pliin. 
tds). TbB tiew in better from > point a few mio. N, of the inn, uil 
the Stalden (4S(ifi'j, s farm an min. N.. anon hevond the Amihnnh 
--" thither in wet 

r., .. 

ctOBBing to the right bank after '/, hr. and aeeending Ihrongh the wood 
to |MI mio.) antnenwaid (p. I3S) ~ &. aplendid view of the Titlie and As 
valley ia enjoyed from ttie •Bohwandli Alp (3S66' * ' • ---->-:> -- 

fath thither in wet ve&ther), — From the Aa bridge at Uertigeu 
) ao iDteiesting path deeoeDda through the Aa Gorge paal e&Budea, 
i_- .. .1.. ..-.i.. !..-,_ ,1... ,1^ ]jj_ jgj aeeendlnB Ihrongh the wood 
-A aplendid view of thoTitlia and As 
irandli Alp (33eB'; rfmts.), reached ia 
ifht from the Amitobel route |p. 133). 

paaeingthe Arnilohel I „ „. 

To the G«niohni Alp [4i6&'|, cable ri^ilway from the Bohr, 10 mio. 
S. W.ofBagelbe^atation, in 7V, min. (fire Ifr.iO, descent eocretnrn-ticltet 
1 &. EO c). The tramwa}', 570 jit. m len^, ascends with a gradient of 
4!-eB;100, finallv threading a tunnel of 90 yd>. At the tap ia agood restaurant, 
theWaldhaniOerBchni; bobileigh-rnii id winter. Hence s pith itBceods, 
flnally in ligi^^ np the steep P/iiffimeand. to the (i^i-* hta.) TrUbaoe 
Eotal (Sglo-; eee p. ISI). with view of tbe Titlle and the GngelberfT 
valleyi finer from the Burghabel, 10 min., and from the BUziatock (OiS&')< 
Va br. N.W. We miy return to (»>/, hrs.) Engolberg by the Upper and 
Loaer Triibsee Alp (spring).— To the •Fnrren Alp, ,S hrs. We diverge 

on the left bank of the Kalilauiback through wood (rather ateepi U the 
(1 hr.) TtroeRStoI Alp (4710'}, i^roaa the TStacbbaeh, and reach (I'/i hr.) the 
Ffirten Alp (4710'; rfmta.). From the HandMChUp/t. 6 min. S., a grand 
view is obtaiDed of the amphitheatre of monntaina from the Schlosaherg 
U tbe Titlia and of the Engelberg valley. A plesemt return-route de- 
acends E. past the Bbiiet Alp (5567'; a little to the right) to the (1 hi.) 
Eureuen route (p. 137). We descend by this, turning to tbe right (back) 
W) paces ahort of tbo bridge, to the Stiereubach Fail (p. 137), whence we 
tBtnra vili (V, hr.) the Sl/t/Tdi Alp and |iO min.) the Nieder-Surenen Jlp 
to(lVthr.)Herrenrati(p. las).— ■W'andAlp(4885'), vi4 8ohwind(p. 13o) 
in 9 hiB., last part ralber toilsome. A finer view ia ohtiined from the 
Wallea Alp l&i»b-). 50 min. farther N., where the mountains of Central 
SwtticTland aie visible. — Tiil Bord (p. 13&) to tbe flVi hr.) Obtiag Alp 
and the (IV, br.) Planggen Alp IfiKO'), with its rich flora (thence \o 
the Ruokbubel Hut in 50 mid.; see p. 137). 

Abcehtb. The "Pitlij (10,6!7-) is the favouiite ascent (1 hrs.). which 
in summer ia made dailv even bj ladies; it isffttigtling but not dilfieult 
and is highly romunentive (4>/i his. from the Tiflbeae Hotol. see above, 
where the night is spent; guide from Engelberg 20. with descent to tbe 
Joch Pass th, to Engsllen Alp SO fr. ; £7, fr. eitra for tbe guide's board 
and lodging at the hotel). From the hotel the path ascends over tbe 
Lavbertgrat to tbe (i hrs.) Slaiid (8033'); it then mounts s steep incline 
in ligiagB, over rock and detritus, to the (ifjbi.) Rotegg (9030'), where 
the glacier is reached by atopa in the rock. We ascend the glacier to the 
S., at firat gradually, then more rapidly (step-cutting aometimea neceseary), 
and, if the snow is in good condition, reach the W. arete Bnd-the (I'Vi hrs.) 
summit (trigonometrical sigDil) without difficulty. The view, highly im- 

land, and S. Qermsny ; to the S.W. aie the giinta of tbo Bernese Oberland. 

RlEidBlatook (85ie'; 4V3-Iihrs.; gnide 20 fr.], tbe last psit not easy; 
fine panorama. — Hahnea or EngBlberg (866S'; 4-4i/,hrs., guide 20 fi.), ■ 
tatigiiing serambie for fairly experienced climbers, ne route leads from 
the SehweizerhauB (p. 13S) vii the ZiebU'i Alp (6370') and up the 8. and 
S.B.aidea of tbe summit. — •Salistoak (e£i4'; marked path; £ne auire; 


SHreaen Ihut. EM6BLBKRU. 3lap,p.tss. -II. K.35. 137 

at the vhola of the Bngolb«rg diatriot). VTt follow the Aiui Alp ronle 
to the EHli-Tokel (p. 19S), croaa tha Amibich, ud iwwDd to (t bra.) the 
ZingdJfy IGIISO; then b steep climb to (1 hr.| the Upper Luteraee Alp 
and the smUl Luteraee (SBIO'), whanoa we ciosa gmay alnpEi to the 
inmmil. — ■WiddarTeld ("S3'], lil the Aroi Alp (p. 135) and 06«r-Ami 
(Uar) in S h». (gnide IS fr.) ; ptefarabia til the Ziogel Alp and Lutanee 

Salietoci route), aad Iheo Tid tho Bockli Alp |fi7!0'l in G bra. {guide 1 j tr.] — 
Jutstook ISJaff; guiile, 20 fr., not indiapenflaljle for eiperts); from tlra 
[I'/fhr.) Ami Alp (p. 136] red way-marke lead W. to the (3 hrs.) /ueWi 
[esao'; pp. 138, 1S9), wbero wo tarn S.W. ; bendine abarplj to tbe N.E. after 

view' y Ibe Alpa and'the lakei. — Tbo HangJlOPn (8793'J, eijual'lj atlrac- 

fidtaffranii, a rocky ledge on the taceot theHutslock.— ■Rotaandnollea 
(MOa'J. 'ii tbe ScBatthand b fl-T hra. (guide SB fr.), laborious bat tepaying 
(pp. 13<J, 1.14). — •Bngelberger Rotatook IMWi gaido so tr., not india- 
pecxabla tor eiperts), not difficult. We lacend to tha it hra.) Euckhab^ EiU 
of the S.A.C. (Teas'; keeper; accommodation for S6; no Hprlng, anow water 
Vi hr. M.EO, and thence viS the (I'/, hr.) EngMergerJoch (9095') to the left 
to the (Ihr.) aammit.— *17Fi-Botstook (96iO': ;. 108; gnlde 36, with deec«nt 
to laental IB fr.), very interealing though laborioua. From tho (4 hie. J 

Biiekhubel Hut(aeo »bo»c) to tho [I'/i br.) Etigdberger JocK: "• 

I he BAIot) aiacier to the (<A, hr.) SelUoiUBr, to the S. of tt - 
(IIOMO; then a rather ateep daBcent to the BlUmliscdpflrn; 

le SAIoi) aiacier to the (<A, hr.) SeMoitlor, to the S. of tbe Schioaa-Hlocl.- 

"'V); then a rather ateep daacent to the BlUmliscdpflrn; aslin inaaceiit 

je arite |895J') ae^iarating it from (he Kleintal, and to tha left (N.W,) 

*Orsat Spannort (lOMb'). highly interesting but toilsome (Kuide 30, 
Inel, tbe Little SpannortfiBfr.). >IearlheStirreliAlp(see below) wecroas the 
Slrerenhaeli, then E. over ateeo grsaay alopas and tbe (s/, hr.) Spitigrns'a 
lo theflVtht.jSnuiRortirulof IheS.&.C. (G499';iun, with accommodatinii 
for 38), on tbe GeiaarUcheB, betnw the steep S.W. itlopeH of the 3ch]oa>.bai« 
(Hfi' below). Thence to the (i bra.) ScbloKaber^Lllcke (p. 188) and ronnd 
ihu Great Spannort on tha B. to the (1 hr.) Spanuort-Jooh (p. 1»B); then 
over enow and the easy rocka of the S.W. arete to the (1 hi.) top, Tbe 
.. . I ■•- -ii the OUtUenprn to tit Krlhilf Hut '- -•"- 

Eratfeld 3S fr,).~Tfae Little El^nort (10,830') in climbed troni tbe 

il-Joch vii the N. taae in l-li/,hr. (gnide 40 fr.) ; not too difficult 

ibera with steady beads, Uu the S.K arSte, at a height of 30:^0 metreh. 

plankStcHik (9786'), 7-8 bra, (guide 60 fr.), from HarranrUti (p. 185) over the 
itrnalpeli aiacier and Bteiaenflrti, difficult but repaying. ~ Sc^ouberg 
(10,tSO'), in 10 hra. (guide 60 fr.) vii tha Bliclien Alp <eee below), the S.W. 
flank, and the SdUofiba-g Glacier laborious. Admirable view. 

Tbe BelBtend. Nollea (9880'), from the Trtlbsee Hotel over the Joch 

Wendeiu^ak (9987'), difficult, from the Tidbaee Hotel 'vi$ tbe Joch Faes 
and Joch OliiHer in ^/rB lita. (guide » fr.). 

■ P*Mit. ToAi.TDOB»OBEBi>Trai,p(lthr».),bridla-puth, rather faliguiuB 
^iiiile, no fi., not indiapeosable in clear weather). To the (!>/, hi.) Nieder- 
SurcHea Alp (4133'), aee p. ISB. farther on we aaoend vii the C/ihr.) 
moffdi Alp (KiS^, with vfewa of the Tit) ie, the SptmnOrter, etc., to tbe 
(50 min.) SHerenbach FaU (5425'), We then cioas and le-crosB the brook, 
paaa tbe (■/. hi.) Sfoclrm 'Up (5833'), with ita chapel, and leacb the(l>/,hi.) 
BurSnonPasa (75600 S.K. of the Btocivn«(ocl:(e6S7'). View of the SchKchen- 
Tal mountaina, to the E., with the Wind^Ile in the foregioond and the 
GWtniaeh behind. We then deaeend over anew to the (IVi hr.l WaldniuM 

AtpWb*-): Vi hi. faither on, at a biidge (45TO0, we either follow a steep 
pith Btiawht on to Attitighauteii and (!■/« hi.) AUdorf, 01 croaa the bridge 
to the rifrtit and traverse tbBjkfMtnbrl, wltt the pi,t«rn»\'jf 1il\\» ^X ** 

, Google 

WaJdmuACbach, (0 (I hra.) Bralfeld (p. Vt»\ 
BitBtxEa't Swilzerland. lilth Ed'i 

138 n.R.K.-Mapi,pf.l8S,10i. SABSKN. 

To KuTHLD OTHT the SoMowberg-LllOke (Mif; comii. p. IW) lod 
the QIaHm/Irn, 1* hra. (gniile *0 (r.), i Abb route, but libarioiia.— 
To WiBBiR (p. US) over the SpuuicntJooIi (»aicr), betireeD (lie O-ieit 
uid the Little apuinort Icoinn. p. 1S7), 16 hr«. (gnideM fr.), toiliome. — To 
Oadmeb (p. 145) over the Wendon-Joch or Qnusvn-Jooh |S&ia' uiil 
BSIT-), on either aide of the TMerberg (MSfr'), betveeii the Titlig ud 
GrsaaBD, B-JO hra,, fWigning hnt intereating (guide 36 fr.). 

To ifelcAlal (p. 189) over the JhcUI (p. 1S7), 6-S bn., gqide m h. \ or 
over the Sloi^ff (6708"), 4VrS h™. M fp. — To the Jfeiewlni viS thoSiiatli 
Hut, iee p. 146, — Over the Joch P»a to tfeiHtigm, ae« R. 37, 

36. From Lucerne over the Bruuig to 
Meiringen and Interlaken. 

HwisK FsDiuL IUU.KAT (nuTow-gBuge, with rick-and-piniun teutioua) 
fiom Locerue viK Alpoich-Stid (eomp. p. 113) to (SSM.) Veiringtn in 
VU hrs. (fares 10 fr. S6, 7 ts. lb, 1 tr. S c.) 1 to (46 U.) iKUriaiien in 3</«:4 hia. 
[lb fr. S, 10 fr. 60, 6 fr. 16 c). — Uotob Ciu ue mdmttted od the BrUnig 
rosd DO weekdiya troui 7.30 k.m. to S.IO p.m. The miiiniDin speed 
allowed on the mDuutainoua seetiona mod in Oie lilluea ia B U., on Tevel 
pirta 18 U. per hour. Foi eioh Tehlcle ■ ticket (S it.') mnat he obtained 
at Hergiswil or BtUnig. 

Lucerne, sec p. 94. The Briinig milwaj runs id a curve into 
the hroad valley of the AUmend, end, leaving Kriens (p. 99) to 
io the right, passea (3"/, M.) fforw (H60'; Hot. Pilatns, KOssli, 
ia (he village, to the left; Waldhans ObeirOti, '/, hr. higher np, see 
p. 96), beyond which it approaohea the S.W. arm of the Lake of 
Loccrne. — 5'/,M./fCT^i<K'ti<p, 114), at the tootof Pilatns(p. 115). 
The railwdj pierces the Lopperberg (tnnnel, '/, M.) Kod skirts the 
Lake of Alpnaeh to — 

8 H. Alpnach-Stad {1437'), where the Bteaniers from Lucerne 
and Yitznan connect with the trains. 

Thence throngh the swampy valley of the Samer Aa and across 
the Kteiire ScMi^en to {9'/t M.) AIpnaota^Dorf (1530'; Krone; 
i^oune; ScblQasel; Fens. KQchler; Fens. Trantheim, for veget- 
arians), with its slender cbnrch -tower. The train erosses the broad 
ntony bed of the Growe SctUieren and the canalized .da, and passes 
KUgiawU{oo. the right), with its largo parquetry-factory, to (12 M.) 
Kerns-KagiswH (1620'). 

13M. Sftmen. — HoTBLs. 'Hot.'Pem. Seilfr, 30 beds fiom 3, 
L. 3, D. 37,, P. from Bfr.; *Obuialdner Hof, !6 beds from 31/1. B. is/,, 
1^1, D.4Vi> P. froiD Sfr.: BBiali, ao beds: Corner So^. SO beds; Metzgem, 
ao beda; mt.-Pena. zur M«Me, SO beda, P. fiom 8 '- '--'■■ ■■—-'-■'■ 

PsTU, FriedenfeU, for Tegetaiiani, below the Schweadl-KaKbad (p. 11 
.L — .... ^ ji^ij of Iho lake, WjliT. ( 
beda, P. from 7Vt ». 


MBLCHTAL. Map.p./BB.-lI. B.»t. 139 

Somen (1555'; pop. 49S0), with thriving home indDstries 
(straw hsts, silk-ireaTlng) and bandsome pnblic bnildiugg, ia the 
capital of OhvKddeit, the W. part of Canton Unterwalden. The 
RcUhavM (early 18th cent.) cootaina portraits of all the m^iatrates 
('Landain manner') of Obwalden from 1381, ojie of Nikolans ¥on der 
Viae (p. 140), and a relief-niod«l of Central Switzerland. In the 
buildings of the CanUmal Bank are the cantonal library and a 
nmBenm. The large Church, with two towers, on a hill, dates from 
the 18th centnry. To the W., on the Landenberg (1650'; fine view), 
is the arsenal, 

A mad leads S.W. vii Stalden (iSIC; Hiitcl Eiplanei) tod Qaeeen, 
sua then iciobb (he pastures of the SnhHenilibi'if, to (a</i i") t>>° 
Schicendi-Kattbad <414D'; &1 beds, open Jnne-Sept.), nith a chilfbeate 

Fboh SiRMH TO THB Melchtal, diligence in i<l, bra. (3 fi. Si c). 

11/, U. Kenu UBTO': KroDS, lb beds; Sounii, iO bedai RSssli, M beds|, 
lUge dE sees inbab. with a handsome church, rreqaoDted as a health- 
-■ ■"- *■-- " ■- '7. bt.) the *Wald-IloM Bwo/luft («sr: 1!" ■— '- 
-a Ualchtal road tarns B. and ascends the 1 
„ , B the deep gorge of tlie JWtft-jdo. Ia 40 min, a 
DOW mad diiurges to the right, ctossIds th« gorge by a bold bridge, 31S' 
above the stream, and leading to FUlKli-Sanfl (p. UO; reeommeDded to 
walkers; thence along the W. slope through wood to Melchtal, I'/ihr-l. 
4Vt H. St. Jfiklauien 1176!'), with a 12-lSth cent, chapel and the 
'Heidentutm', «1 the entrance o( the Melchtal. 

~ I, U. Melohtal (!933'; *KaitiauB Melchtal, 00 beds from 3'/i, B. Ifr. 80, 
t. ... ^ ._ .. „ ,j •Alpenhof-BcUevne, SO beds, eaiue prices; 

.. 4, D. 4'/, I 
^BBB. Edelweisi ,„..,, ,, . 

be made to the Oftr AIv [aD^6^, I L. B„ with ao olS'mapio i^ In girth 
at a height of S'; np tlie Widderfeld (77!in, IV.hra., witli guide (comp. 
p. 137); up the •HuOiocft I97S90, via the Ober-Wend Alp (nigbt-nuaitora), 

difRcully; over the Sloreoe Fat) (S7O80 to Grafencrt (p. ISS), 4V,-5 hrs., 
guide Jg fr.; over the JucUi Pa>e (7119') to Engolberg (p. 13t), t brs., 
;iairli' ai fr., more laborioue. The NtlnalpAirm (78310 may be climbed 

slope's; guide 10 tr.). 

From Melchtal a ateep mi ston; cart-road leads vil the Balmtnatt, 
at the foot o( the precipitoui Eamit/bih (6115'], past (] hr.) the Waldhavn 
Inn on the SUetaip, and then asceodB in windinga alongthe Keaelenbach 
(to the right, the BriiTiigihaupt, IbSV) to it'U bra.) — 

Uelohsee-VrattCSiW; *Karhans Reinhard, 100 beds, *KurbaDs PrntI, 
100 beds, at both B. from 41/,, F. from 10>/, fr.; open Jnne-Scpt.), a health, 
resort on the KdOuee (617B'], in a verdant Alpme vallev, with an nn- 
impedeil view of the whole of the Titlia range. Rich flora. Inlerestin).' 
eicursions abonnd; to the Hnt«« IVibr.); Tannm Alp (seep. 140; Ihr.); 
Boiii (71!5'; past two cairns, partly by a red-marked path), 1 hr. ; HoAmaK 
(8186'). a-2ViOrB.; "Ereeffs (P>1*8), I'/jhr.; BaliBerefiaftlHTi (7414'], I'/ihr.; 
<Wocfcftau«(8S!6'), i'/,brB., toilaome; J?olfto™(8!6J'), 8'/. brs., so interest- 
ing scramble: AbgathHis (68900, I'/r' '>'■-; 'BdhaatoUen (81BO0, either 
via the Weil-Rioa or more eaally viB AbgeciiBti t-i'l, hrs. (comp. pp. 141, 
1*4; guideSfr.); BotawiiInoHen (89060, i'/^B hra., -li^ 'Oat. t«ffl-«t ^ 
(pomp. pp. 187, lit). — To the E, Ol Ftutt. mi i*K7 ■^s.'iV -biows* ™* 

J40 n-BM.~ltap,p.iss. SACHSEIA'. ftow Lwwnn 

Tajinai Mp IfMCTi in t hn. lo (h* BngiUtn-Ake (p. W); to the W. t 
precipitDUB pui leids vi£ tlie KMI-fiio (ITIW}, to the S. ol the Hohcn- 
atoUen, in Ehra. (guide ISfi.) to KeMntm (p. 198), 

The train crasses i\ie Mdch-Aa, which has been condaeted 
into th(! SartierSee (1530'), a lake 4 M. long, well slooked with Dsh. 

14V, M. SoohBeln. - lloTBia. Ki-cm, «0 beJs fn.m 3i;„ B. l';„ 
L. S'/t. I>-*, P. from 111 (r., (mod; filial, 30 iicdi ; RO.«H. SUbcJa; /«ii». 
Frltenhdm. on Die road to FlObti, Su bfan, P. from S fr. 

SacJueln (15!i8'; 1S85 Inhab.), prettily situated >/« M. rrorn 
the lake, is frequented as a sommer-rcsort. Under the high-altar 
nf the chnrch (rebuilt 1679) rest the booes of NikoUns von der 
Fliie (see belov), and his portrait hangs in the sacristy. 

Fcom Sichieln ■ road (shoTl-cnt baltwaj, to Ibe right] lesdi to (3>/, U.) 
niLhll-Banft (MW; •Knrhans NUnilphoin, IM hrd> from «</., it. t, 
I.. 6-iL II. ;, I', fioni li>/. fr., Kuchane Storzeiifeli, io bed^ Si«m T., 
U. VI., U 3>/i, I). 4, P. from 8'/, fr., both open Mxy-Oet.; Flflbli Inn, 
sa beds), fioely situated on i spur ut the 8icb«e{er Gtat, «lth a pictDreaque 
ohipel of iei4. It WSB the birthplace of Btciltd Hikolaua ivn der FllU- 
(U"-eJ), faiuDUa for hia interventiua at tho Diet uf Slana in IISI, vi,cru 

BMft to MeUhlal and Kemt, sea p. 13B. 

The aaceot of the Wandelen (efllCI, from Sacheeln in 3>/i-« bra.. 
Tul the Jfnua Alp and Xrltenlal Alp, ia eaa; (uiaiked path), ^'iev aoaicely 

The train continnes to skirt the lake as far an its S. end, then 
iiacends gradnnlly, passing (on the left) the entrance of the Kleine 
Metehial, which is watered bj the Kleine Meleh-Aa and ofTiTs 
pretty wood and rock landscapes (,V/,-2 hrs. from Griswil). 

IS'/i M. GisWiL _ HoTBLB. Krone, 30 fram .1, B. I'/i, L. S'/-. 
D. i, P. from S fr. ; mi.-Fem. Bahnhof. 

Giawil (1601'; 1959 inhsb.) has a conspicnons church. A prettv 
walk leads S.W. past the Pffldli and up a path with Stations of 
the Cross to the (1'/, hr.) Sakramenls-Kapeik (3336'), with its 
wonder-working spring. 

The OinMa- Stock (6600': bemtifnl view] is laceuded io i lirpi. (gnidi> 
sdTisable, 1& tr.l, vii Klointeil and Alpbaglen. The deecent may be •mdv 
W. to sarenberg in tba Entiebnch (p, Ul). — Pedcatrians should follow 
the old BiSnig road from Qiawjl OTer the (3 hra.) BrUnlij 1-nM ip. 111) 
to (I'Z* hr.) MeiHngtn or (iVjhra.) JKrieii: (p. 3991. 

At Giswil, where the first steep incline occurs, ttic mck-and- 
pinioa system begins. The line ascends rapidly (10:100), skirting 
the valley basin of G-iawil, with the BrQnig road below on the right, 
and passing through wood, reaches the station of (20 M.) Kaker- 
gtM (2305'). The Schwarzhorn chain, and to the left, the three 
penhs of the Wetterhom are visible to the S. The train runs high 
above the pictaresqne Lake of Langera (2160'). 

3S'/, M. IiUngem. — HoTiLn. *K«Thau» t: Park Hotel, 140 beds 
from 4. B. !•/„ L. 4, D. S, P. from ll'/i fr., open May-Oct. ; Lime, in the 
villBKe bflnw, 100 bedii, P. from VI, fr.; mt.-Pftili. Aliiflihnf .1- nml. 


BEONIG. Map,p^iSB.-ir. til 


Langern (2475'; pop. 17)1), a favourite snmmer-reaort with a 
hondsome new church, lies '/j M. from the S. end of the lake. Fine 
pine-woods in the immediate vieinity. 

•Wilerhorn {66800, 3'lri i™. (guida dfisiriblB), eomewhst fitiguinK. 
Cii[Tiagrj-roa.d W. to the (i hrs.l Duvdd Alp (47IW'). whence i cEth BBcenda 
via the (1 ht.] BreitenfUd Mp (6796') to tbe (1 hr.) ton, which commmdB 
an sdinirBlilH Tiaw of the Wetterborn, tbe Haeli-Taf, «iid tbe Like! of 
Brieni and Thiin. -- Still mnte cileneive is the view froiD the Amifirat 
nUS) , ascended from the Breitcnfeld Alp (see abovo) in i hiH., or tiom 
the Wilerhotn by the BrSle to tha N.W. in 1 hr. (Buide IS, with deieent 
to Briuni iS fc.). 

The second steep gradient begins beyond Langerii, skirting llic 
wooded hillside. The train passes throngh the EUppeli Tunnel 
(2970') and ascends the BrUnigmaU-Tal (on the right, the BrOatg 
road), which soon becomes steeper. 

25 M. Br^nig-HasUberg. — Railicay Sfstaarant. — Hotels. 
'Gr.-mt. i KuThaut Briinig, » mio. from the aiation, 150 beds from 5, 
H. 2i/i, L. 8, D. 7, P. from \a'L fr., open Maj-Senl. \ HSt.-FeiD. Alpina, 
witb restaurant, !0 beds from S>/g, B. I'/,, L 3t/,, D.4, P. from 9 fr., 
iipen April-Ool.i BrUnigkul'm, U beds ftom S, D. *, P. ttom 8 (r. — 
Anglican SEnvioEB st the Qrud-HStel (UaySept.). 

The Briini^ Pats (3317'), between tbe Wilerhorn (see above) 
on the \V. and tbe Giebel (see below) on the E., is the ancient. 
trafHc route between the Forest Cantons and the Bernese Oberland. 
The railway station (3397') lies a little below the road. The Tie* 
embraces the EngelhOmer and tbe Fanliioni chain; below to tbe 
loft, tlie Aare valley from Meiringen to the Lake of Brienz; to tbe 
right of the Eirchet, the lowest Rcichenbacb Fall; and straight 
ahead, the fall of the Ollschibach. The WOer Alp (4855' ; 1'/, hr. 
N.W.) commands a beantifnl view of the Lake of Brienz. 

A road (diligence to Renti in !'/« hr., 3 fr.) ascends from Bdloig along 
the upper slopes of the Hmliberg (p. 1»B), with Tillages freqnented as 

2i/i M. Hobfiuh (MS&'i Hot. Wetterhom, b min. short of the vil- 
lage, BO beds, HSt-.Peas. Alpenrnhe, 70 beds, Hol.-Pens. Bellevno, 60 beds, 
three good hotels wilh R. from 1, B. !•/<, I', i. 1>. fi. P- from 11 fr.; 
KuthauB Hohfluh, 60 beds from SVi, B. I'/i, I- 3Vt, I»- 4, P. ftora 9 fr.), 
a health-resort nilh fine views, Anglican servii^ea are held in August. 
To the Schorm Alp (4114'), 1 hr.; up Ibo (iiebd (eaSBI, 3 hrs.; np the 
'Hohenetollm miV), vil the Balis Alp, i'l, hrs. (^ido 10 fr.; comp. 
np. lU, I3B}. — Farther on the road paases the *H6t. Scliweiierhof (SSie'; 
ha beda from 4, B. a, L. 6, D. 6, P. from il ft.) and the *KUTltaua Wasier- 
wendi (higher up, 4019'; «0 beda from 4, P. from 11 fr.), and reaches (41/2 M.] 
Ooldem {3527'; Pans. Olelscheibllek, 15 beds, P. from S tr.{, on the 
]>orfbach. Actosh pastmes and then in a great curve above the rocky 
valley of the Alpbach to — 

SViM. Beuti niBOti (Mis'; *Kurli sue Victoria, BO beds, HBt.-Pans 
dea Alpes, W beds, with oonfectioner's, at both R. from i, B. i>/,, L. 4, 
D. 5, P. from 11 fr. ; Kurhans Huliherg, 4E bad* from S'/i, P. '>^<"^ '^ ^'-'^ 
Pens. KohJer, P. from 9 fr.), boantifnily Bituitud, iriftl -".b-ss °1'i^'*;^C 
Uiii Olacier, WetterhRnier, etc. Up the PlanpWe VISWl ^^'A ^>-*^***^ 


142 //.B.a7.~Jftw-;w.l«»,lM. OEHTAL. VromlbtTiagen 

Alp i'l, hi»., baek ill Uia Qomintn Alp I bri. ; * il lUgii Alp Md Wejt- 
Blea to the lop of ths abk«ruliiU<n (p. 141), Vf, hn. <|aiilc 11 fr.); put 
the Alpbich Qorge down to Meirvjigm, B«e a. IBS. — Fiom BoDti to U» 
Engiatn A^ (p. 1«|, *'/i-S *■"■: "« K""^ footpilh diveraei to the left 
froni the roBd beyoad tie Hfit. de> Alpee, ciosus the Uahl^bLcb, lad 
udh eaten the woods; beyond (li/, hr,| Ami Alp (47-17') t Hlony pith 
aacsodB tbe steep psaturee of the (/ntcr-AiJm, high thave the OenUl; 
■t the Baumgarlen Alp IKOff) wa descend to the right uio» the Qentil- 

Thc BrDnig road, recommended far pedestrians, descends in 
irindings and divides '/, hr. belov the pasa: to the left to Br&iagen 
and (I'/i hr.) Meiringen; to the right via the village al BrienzioUer 
to Brienzwiler station (!■/, hr.; p. 199). — The Brilnig railway is 
carried down the steep rocks (maxi mam gradient 13:100) by means 
of retaining- walls and cuttings, and across tbe ravines al Iho ChroM' 
booh, KehSiach, and Haiambadi (charming view at the Brunneu- 
fitth) Into the Aare-Tal. 

2S H. Meiraigen, and thence to Interlaken, see R. 49. 

37. From Meiringen to Engelberg. 
Engstlen Alp. Jocb. FasB. 

10 hn.' Wale: to InDertkirehen i'l,, Engstlen Alp fi, Joch Pass 
Trllbsea Hotel ■(„ Engolheig 17, hr. ' - ..■..■. ™ - 

__llbsea Hotel"/,, 
Hotel 2'U, Joch P 

I l>/i, Engstlen Alp 1, Innerlkirshen 4, Meiringen 
Innertkirchen to Engstlen Alp 16; mule from Mei- 
ringen toEogetleii Alp4afT.; curiage trom Meiiinsen to UuhletsI 17 fr., 
mnle from HUhletil to Engstlen Alp ib fr.; male from Engstlen Alp 
to Engelheis i» fr. — To tlia EDgetleu Alp via tbe Hulibcig (Benti), 

The *KuThauH Snssten Alp is open from June till the end of Sept. 
and is often crowded st midHnmmei (three bouaee with 70 beds from 4</i, 
B. \'U, L. 4V^, D. SVi, P- (lom IS fr.). Luggage ma; be left at the Blr 
Hotel at Meiringen, whence it ie tetehed duly at S a.m. and delivered 
the same evening (1 fr. per 6 kg.). Qvidei at the Korhaue. 

From Meiringea to (I'/i hr.) TnmrtkircheH (3106'), see p. 204. 
We follow the Sasten road either as far is (25 min.) WHer (p. 144), 
then by a footpath direct to the Leimboden vii Mp Lauenen, or 
as far as the (50 ■ain.) saw-mill at Muhldal (3735'), and, beyond 
the bridge over the Gental-Wasser (flnger-post) , ascend to the 
left throngh wood by a good path to the (I'/j hr.) Wagenkehr Inn, 
and descend to the (5 min.) Leimboden (3910'), where we recross 
to the right bank. 

We now gradually ascend the Gbhtal, between the Planplatte 
and AehtelaaaagrSili. Ketrospecttve view of the WettcrhOmer and 
the Haagend-Oietscherhom at tbe head of the Urbach-Tal (p. 204). 
We pass (11) min.) the chalets Bet dm Spiahern and (10 min.) the 


io BntfrfftdTfl. ENSSTLBN AI.P. lHi^p.m.-n.R.S7. U3 

Genial CSiaUU (3993' ; left tank). Aacending more steeply, we 
resch (1 hr.) tho SchwaneJUql Cfudelt (4596'; plaio inn). The 
scener; becomes more interesting. From the precipices of the Gad- 
mer'MUhe on the rigtt, which increaae in grandeur as we proceed, 
[alls a aeries of cascadea, eight of which arc seen close together 
(Achtelsaasbdche). The EngtUenhach, as the brook is named above 
this point, likewise forms lereral falls. The path crosses the stream 
and ascends, often ateepl;, past the chalets of SehiUaboden (5120'} 
and through fine wood, to the (I'/, hr.) Kurkam (p. 143). 

The ^Sagstleil Alp (6033'), among the most beautiful of 
Alpine pastures, with old stone-pinea and a rich flora, enjoys a 
shelterod situation and a mild climate. Superb view, to the S.W., 
of the majestic Wettcrhom; to its left, the Berglistock, Schreek- 
hOrner, Lauteraarhfirner, and FinslerRarhom ; lying back to the 
right, the Ospaltenhorn, Tschingelhom, and filQmlisalp; to the E,, 
the WendenstOcke and Tftlls; to the X., the QwArtler. To the £. 
of the hotel Is (3 min.) the charming Enjaffenl-aAe (607 6';59°Fahr. 
in summer), rich in trout, with baths and rowing-boat. Close to 
(he liotel is an intermittent spring. 

'Schafberg (7S60'), t>/,hn., rather liriiiK(uD marked psIIi). Starting 
to the E., W8 ascend tha meadowa of Ihs Schaflal. at toe foot of tho 
Oraustock; then over grsaiy alopes and, farther up, to the right, over 
debris to tb« enromit which talln away eteepi; to tlio E. and afforda a 
aurpriae view of the Engelberg valley and the Bemeso Alps. 

•satteli (esso'l, ^Vr^ hra., marked path [Eiiide, nnnccessary, 10 fi., 
with deecent to Qadraen IG ii.). At the W. end of the lake we croaa the 
Engallenbach to the ('/i hr.| Seharmtumger (eSWI, then laoend S.W. on 
the slope of the Qadmer FIDbe, keeping la the left beyond the [40 mifl.) 
chalets at BaTegg (patb marked 8; straight °d to the AchtelsaeBgrltlt, 
see below), to the (l'/, hi.) SOiltli, which Ilea between the Tellietock and 
Ihe SatCcllslSckli snA commanda a eplendld view of the Qadnien-Tal, 
Trift Glacier, and Berneae Alpa (descent to Oodmen, IVri hre., see 
p. 145). — A Btill finer view is obtained from the »A<ihtdsBaBETfitli 
(fiMO'), farther W., reached by keeping atraight on (path marked S) beyond 
the (I'/j hr.) BBreM to the [20 min,) AcMOmom OMUttt {M16'] and ascending 
tKeoce sharp to the left, farther eo to the right (path indistinct) below 
Iho S^tlli and Sattelisllkikli, then to the left past a cairn to tbe (1 hr.) 

Fboh Ebobtlsb Alp to MuLOHmoi.FHDrr (! bra. ; guide unnecessary). 
From the hotel we go N.ff. to the [10 min.) JaUi WaterfoU and ascend 
in z^^B on the right sldB, soon obtaining a view of the Alps. At the 
top we roncd the grassy SpittMrtMi [BBW). pass a small lake, and reach 
the (1 hr.) Tannen Mp (SMNT), with Its numeroua hula. We finally follow 
a good level path tor 1 hr. past three small lakes and a shelter.hut 
I641G']. — Or, horn the laat honae of tha Tannen Alp, the grasay ridgee 
to the left may be followed to tha [»/. hr.) •Eriegg (T140'), affording 
grand views of the Bernese Obertand. Prom the Eri^g we descend to 
the right to ("/, hr.) MHchtee-fnitt (p. 139). 

ABOnaTs. Qwftrtlttr tlBBO'; ihii.; guide 10ft.), not difficult; good 
view to the W. and 8., but skut in on the N. — Ortliuiook (B7U': S'/t bra. ; 
guide 11 fr.), fatiguing; hut the lower ridge to tbe E. ie eaay and repay- 
ing. — Hohmatt (BlSf ; t'/i bra.; guide 10 fr., deautb\«V ^tib •»n>'vtA-i»ra^ 
ot the Tamienhand, an easy and very atlfwttva iWnitt i*- ft* tun*"* 


Ui il.R.a7.—M<^,pp.taa,it4. JOOH PAS8. 

JJp Bod the Sringen-LeOce, — *BotauidiioUon (BBOB'; S bn.: Raids 
IS ti.j, the highsBt ot the Uelchul chsin (pp. 1S7, 198), not difficaJt; 
Toom; pliteen «t tlie top. — •Hohen>toll«n (BIGC; « hn.; fTuide IS tr.), 
nther htiBuing ; mtgniffceEl psnommi Icomp. pp. HI, 188). — •Tolliatook 
(SMI'j 9-9</ihn.) guide 1 £-111 fr.), not difficult fi>r ateid)' head <. Footpath 
to the {'l,bi.) ScAarmadlager |p. 113); then ecroBa s ODmbe uiil over 
broad terriceB of griaa aif rock to the (tVi-S hra.) eumniit. Fine and 

2S tr.), n-- -- -.- - -. 

right to the Joehttaclc (M2O0 md by tl 
(conp. p. ISJ). 

The ascent ef the •TlUia (;'; 6 hrs. ; guide »), to Eneelbe^ 90 tr,), 
eteep and futigning at placet, is ihorter from the EugBtlen Alp Iban from 
Engelberg (p. 136]. From the (I'/i hr.) Joch Paai we lacend to the right 
over tarf; rocke, dibrii, and Sao* to the (Ji/, bra.) top. Oa the K. flank 
the rente unites with that from lilngalberg. 

The bridle-path (to Engelbcrg S'l,-i hrs.) leads £. ocer pustarcs, 
above the Engatlen Luke, and monots 'binter der Engi' (to the right, 
Joob PasB (T265'; view limited), between the Reiisecd Nollen 
(right) uid the Schafberg (p. 143; left). It descenda in windings 
{(0 the left, the tnrbid Trtibaee) and lead* through the flat and 
marehy valley, and acroaa the brook which deBceads from the 
Titlis glaciers, lo the (i/j hr.) IVUbaee Hold, on the FfafTenwand 
(5870'). Thence to (1'/, hr.) Engelberg, see p. 136. 

38. From Meiringen to Wassen. 
Snsten Pass. 

la hrs.' Walb: to Innertklrchen I'/j, Qadmen S, Stein 2'l„ Sosten 
Paea 1V«, Meien 2</„ Wasaen I hr. Carriage (uot recommeudedj to Ullhlo- 

90 ft.'— fluiDM for the Tritt and Snaleo diatricte: Andr. von Weiaaen- 
flnh, at Neaaental; Johann and Melchior Kshrli, at Oadmsn. 

From Meiringen to (I'/i br.) Innertkirchen (2106'), see p. 204. 
The old SnaTKN Boak (new road projected) ascends over meadows 
to (25 min.) Witej- (2430'; Tlnnler's Inn, 15 beds, P. from 6 fr.), 
croBses (10 min.) tkeGadmenbtuA (good spring on the left bank), and, 
at the (V« hr.) saw -mill of MlUdetal (2735'), the Gent(d-Wasser. 
(Path to the Engstlen Alp, ace p. US.) We then foUow (he right 
bank of the Gitdmcnbach throngh the wooded Nbssemtu. to ('j^ hr.) 
Nessental-MUkleBtalden (3117'; Saligeber'a Inn). — The Tbifttal 
opens to the right, with the Trift Glacier id the background. The 
Wiiidegg and Tritt Hats of the S-A.C, on the edge of the glacier, 
afford good headqnartcrB for mountaineering expeditions. 

From the WindewHiit (BI37': acoominodation tor 10), on the left 
■ide ol the lower THft Glacier, 5'/,(ira. from Neasental, we may aacend 


GADMEN. Uapi,pp.jn,iaa.-ll.R.s. 

(euide BO-SQ fr.) the MaArmhon (S5W: 


KiMIUfccic (10, . „ „ 

id DiecrUerliOm (IJ.UO'; i'!,hn.}.~TtSKi<. To 

, , _..), 4i/,-6hra. (guidB i5fr.)i over the Trift Glaciar 

IHvtital, tbon ovei the Pteln-Iiimmi (SBSO'), between the 

_ Dit Vordec-Thierberg, down Iba Bleiulimnii Olicier, and round 

Thaleggli to the (! hrs.l HSt. Steineletsohar. To Outlannen (p. !0S|, 

!.__ ,.«._,. -...- . .V L •'--fieiattiif-jyirtMUJ to tbe fi bm.) 

.. . . _ f the WoiaMcbien, ind down vil 

e StHnAaua Alp (6S97'|. Ta the Handeelc (p. tOS), 
.) aw&ohtBn-Ijiiiulii (10,1T(0 and dcwn the wild 
Uiechteiial past the Oelmer See. 

High a; on the edge of the Trittflrn, at tbe foot of tbe TMltittodc, 
ind reaebi!d from the Windeeg Hut in IV) hiB., with guide, is the Trilt 
Hut mtSV: accDmmodation for il), with an eioellent Tiew of the upper 

, 4. hrs,;, DieclUeThani (Jl.lSO'; • hrs.), 
1 (10,660'; * bra.). — Passis. Over the rrift-Limmi 
(lOiaTO") and the Rtiene GhuHer to the (IVi-B bra.) Furka (p. 13!) or to 
tbe (5 bra.) Orimtd (p. *08), an easy glaeier-aip edition; from tbe Trift- 
I,imnii tbe ThieralplMoOc (11,1160, an eieellent point of view, ia eaaily 
ascendod in I br. Over the Damma Pus [lli^saO to the Odichentr A^ 
(p. MS), g-Bhri., djffionlt (eapeciallv the deaeent acroea the Damma'Fiin ; 
Kuide 60 fr.); over the Tiefta-fiattel (10,820') and t\\ti Ti^en OlacUr ia 
Ibe PurkaRoad (p. ISl), S hra., not difficult il tbe anowii in good caodilian. 

The road crosaas tbe Gadmm^ack and ascends in windings 
via Schaftelen, crossing to Ihe light bank this side of (1 hr.) 
UnlerfureK (3720'). In BO rain, more we reach — 

aadmen (3960'; Bur, 18 beila from 9 fr., plain but good), a vil- 
lage consisting of the hamlets of BiM, Muldaahluckt, and Obtr- 
mati, in a picturesque valley, (Over the Satteli to the Eugstleu 
Aipi *'yi"5 hrs., aeep. 143; gnide advisable for novices.) On (he N. 
sre the precipices of the Gadmer FlUhe (p. 143). To the E., on the 
slope of the tfr(ris(6cAe (9545'), lies Xiia Wenden Glacier. — MUr 
a level stretch the road ascends through wood in windings to the 
chalets ot Fddmooa (4935') and then traverses a wild rockj region 
('Holle') to the (2V, hrs.) — 

Stein Alp (6122' ; H6t.-Fena. Steinglctscher, 50 beds from 
i'l„ n. l'/„ h. 4'/,, I), ft'/,, P. from 14 (r.), near the hoge Stein 
Glaaier, which ia reached bj a footpath in 25 niin. (by crossing the 
tongnc of the glacier and the moraine wc ma; regain the Susten path). 

Aacont of tbe 'Busteiiliont (11,&«0'), 6-7 bra. not difficult for adepts 
(iCuido 10 fr.). Tbe dcBcBut may be made tH the antlen-tAmmi to (he 
OOlckeiter Alp (p. 188). —The QwBohtenllMn (Steinberg; 11,2*6'], hv 
the Btein Olacier in 6 hrs. (enLda B& fr.), ia iikewiae inlereating and not 

ing tbe 'moraine on the left aide of tha Stein Glioier, we aacend the Stetii- 
tAmmi Olacier, to the W. of tha TliierbetgH, and traverae the nSy* of the 
Stein Qlsoler Co the left to the (6 br«.) Buaten-Ziiimiii (10,180'), We 
here obtain tbe firxt view of tbe peaks of the St aottbard. Descent over 
tbe SulUn-Limni Fim to the KrAlfv Alp Hat (756iy) »nA t^fe <> Vw^ 
GBtehmtT Alp (p. IM). 


146 IT. R.»a.-~ifapM, pp. las. 134,101. SUSTEN PASS. 

The roH<t ends here. The bridle-path deicribea > wide curve 
to the right above the moraine (ahort-cnt) »ad asconda in winding!, 
with grand Tiews of the glacier. A bronic tablet commemorates 
two nionntaineers killed in 1H99. The (I'/t ^t.) Sasten Fbsb 
<T420') lies between the Heuberg (S510') on the left (ascent in 
1 hr., interesting) and the SiuUetiiipUz (9615') on the right. View 
of the imposing nioantains between the Meien-Tal and the Engelberg 
vallej and calminating in the Great and Little Spannort {p. 137). 

The path, now nninteresting, winds dovn into the Heien-Tal 
and approaches the Meien-Reuu, a brook iaaning from the KtAcJi- 
tal, a wild go^c on the right, into which avalanchea often fall from 
the Stllcklistock (10,855') and the HiaUTe Suttenhorn (10,390'). 
Over tbc Susten-Jocb to the Voralp Hut, see p. 124, Below aa lie 
the Sv»ten Alp 15767'), on the right, and the (1 hr.) Gufa-plaltm 
Alp (5735') , on the left. The path gradually descends the stony 
TaUey of the Hinterfeld Alp, and eroases the Heien-Renss twice. 

Beyand the laoond bridge (Ulfi') i red-oaiked path on tlie left incenda 
vit the Oberplatti mtr) to the (a hrs.) SusOi Hut of the S.A.C. [tllV; 
keeper; LCDomidodiCion tor !«), on the S.W. ii^te a[ the SfuTmelbUink- 
»leek (9S90'|. Ihix ia a good headquartera for aacentt in the FIlDfttnger- 
■tock and Qraisen le^iona. It ia reached from EnKelherg vik the Wenden- 
Joct (p. 138) ind the StSMemaUel [BWl'), in 6-7 bra., with gnide. 

We now cross the ('/, hr.) deep ravine of the GoreameltUnbaeh 
(5134'). — 30 min. Fmtigea (4786'; H6t. Edelweiss, 25 beds). — 
40 min. Moieii-i)(<r^' (4330'; H6t. znm Snslenpssx ; Stem ; Alpen- 
rOsli). Bejond 20 min. the chalets of Htiaen (3368') we cross the 
Ueien-Iteitss again and proceed above its right bank. Descending 
rapldlj and passing beneath the St. Ootthard Railwa;, we at length 
cettch(40min.) iriMsen(p.l23). 

39. From Luoeme to Berne. Bntlebuoh. 


5B M, Swiss Pudkbai. R,ti.wai in 3 hr». [fares IS fr. 85, 11 fr. B. 7 fr. 

ijo addreaaed to the 'Verkohrs -Vareiu' at Langnau (p. 1J8). Konolfingai- 
Ulalden (p. MB), or Qnm-Bdchttttten (p. 14). 

Ziucerne, see p. 94. The train diverges to the left from the 
Bale line (p. 16) short of the Iteass bridge and passes throngh a 
tnnnel (1248 yds. long) under the Zimmeregg into the green Talley 
of the lUevne Emme. — 3'/i M, LUlau (150S'), at the base of the 
wooded Sonnenberg (p. 99).— 7'/. M. Malla-t (1693' ; HOt. Bahn- 
hof ; Klflsterli, Krenz, both in the village). The snmmer-resort of 
SchwaTzenberg (2772' j HOt .-Pens. Matt, P. from 7'/ifr.i WeisBSB 
Kreoz; ROsslij P. from 7'/i fr.) lies 3 M. to the S. (diligence). 

Above Schachcn the valley contracts. The train approachea 


thcKluineEumic, BiidcrosBea ilaeirWerieneleiniou the left), wllh 
its niQDseteTy, now s deaf-and-damb asylum. Short tmuiel. 

13 M. Wolhusen (1364'; BOBsli, 30 beds; Hflt. Bahnhof), a 
large viUage, dirided b; the Emme into Wolkuten-Wiffgern, on 
the left bank, and Wolhusen-Markt opposite. 

Fboii Wouiuara to luisQiaTHAt., S4 M., nilway in a hia, (6 (t, !5, 3 fr. 
lie.). From Ifi M.) MetizTiau a load (diligence] leids 8.W. to the (^'/.M.) 
liMlth-reaort of Meaxberg (831*'; Kuphaue, 70 beds, P. from 8Vt (r.). — 7 M, 
WiUiaau (IBS?'; pop. 1700; BOssli ; Mohr], a pleasint little 1°nD at tbe cod- 
fliience of the Eke- Wiggem aad BucJt- Wiggem, with a handaome church and 
anoldcaatle. — 1G</|U. ^uttu^C^Oa'; pop. eOOO; Krone; Uobr), a thiiWne; 
place (bTaceh-line to Sumiaaatd and Raraeei, ace p. 14).— aiVi M. Oat^burg 
(H5t. Bad Ouleabnrg, 70 beds, P. from 10 lr.). — H M. Langmthal. see p. IS. 

■\Ve here enter the Estusbuoh, a yalley 15 M. long, with 
wooded elopei and Iniuriant meadows. The train rccroases the 
Emmc and ascends the E. side of the valley (five tnnneis). 

ISM.Bn tlebuoh (2265'; HOt.-Pena. Port, 30 beds; DreiKOnigo), 
a village at the junction of the EiUlen torrent with the Emnic, is 
(be Btation for Ehnet'EntUbuch (3365'; Kurhaus Lindenhof], a 
heallb-reeort 3 M. to the X. 

A road (hDlel-omnibuB once daily in 3 hra.) aseeiidB the Estlev-Til, from 
EDilebuoh to the(l>/,hrO EnOenmall Inn. then deaccnds to Ihe Enllenhiidgc, 
and again sEOenda iatrindiDgs to the |10V< U.J Sohimberp-Bad (4680'; Knr- 

ia I'/t ^r. te the SMiaberg (597G'), w^ich atTorda an admirable panorama. 

The Sapfip. IIS] is aacended from Bntlebnch by load to tbc W. via 
liopteschtcand to m, bi.) Eomoos {S69a^; Knrbaus Kieiu), wbenoe a good 
bridle-path loada to the (I'f, hra.), sammit. 

The train crosBes the Eutlen. On the left lies the village otHoili. 

2I>/, M. Sohilpfheim (238S'; Adler; £reaz,aO beds; RDssli}, 
the capital of the valley. Aboat >/> ^- from the station is the 
Kurhaua SchUpPieim (chalybeate spring, with iodine). 

aud Bummer reaorl. —A road (dlligenoo in 1 hr. *5 mm. ; t fr. 40 c.) aeoenda 
8. from SchUpfheim throueb the Talley of the Wald-Euue to the (GM.) 
mountain- villicB of FltUiII (SSSC; Eurhane, 74 beda, P. from S'l, ft.; 
Pena. Flora, SO bedB|, with a sulphnr-apring. Plcaaant eienrsiona to (1 hr.) 
the KeesUoch. a roekj- gorge with a waterfall; to the (4 bra.} SchraUen/luh 
(eSM'), with glacier-nom rooky alopea and a aplendid view, partienlaily 
from the SeHeibmgatici (eeW), the 8.W. point of the long ridge. — 
About 6 M. farther on is the haalth-reaort of SOrmberg (saaa'; Knrhans 
Siltenbere, SO beds, P. frnm J'/i fr.; Kur-HStel Uarienlal]. — Saman 
[p. 138) is reaohsd in 8 bra. from FIBbli; halfway ia the aummer-reaort 
oi SteiBtn Me (EMS'; Kurbausl, on the 8.W. alopea of the Feuerttein 
l«708'; splendid view of the Alpa). 

IVe now cross the Kleine Emme and ascend the valley of the 
Weisa-Emme to the W. 

26V, M.E8<iholB]natt(2805';Hfit. Lowe, 50 beds, P. from 8fr., 
good ; Krone), a large village on the watershed between tbcEatlebucb 
and£mmea-Tal. Thence we may ascend theBetcAZen (5810'; glorious 
view) in 2'/] hrs. We next descend the valley of the u^qct n^,*>Vn 
part of theEmmen-Tal belonging to CwAo'n'LitiWWi. ^i«*. '•jrafflA,- 


lis U.KmUlt». UNU.VAU. 

28'/, M. Wiggai (2574'; Hotel K«ssli, aS beds »t 3-3, P. 6-7 fr., 
f^ood). A diligence aacends the upper Emmen-Tal to (77, U.) 
Scftan^nou (3058' jLOwe), and thenee to {bH.) ibt Ktanneriboden- 
Bad (3313'}, with a salphar spring, charminglv gilnatcd at the foot 
o( the Hohgant (7224'; see p. 176). 

We descend on the right bank ut the llfin and rea<:b (32'/] M.) 
Ih^Aschachen (2396' ; Blr), at the conflnencr of the Tnibbach, the 
iirat village in Canton Ber 

plateau oa 

Sentii Id tl , , 

OTBr-crowJed on Sahii-rlays mai Hundiya. 

35'/, M. Langnao {22W; pop. 3fi«7; Hiiwh, 4S beds, LUwc, 
S5 beda, both good ; Bar ; HOt. Enimeutal), on the ll£s, which joins 
the Groue Emme 2 M. farther un, is the capital of the Emmen-Tal 
xnd the junction for tEic Riumcn-Tal Kailwaj to Bargdorf (p. 14). 

CompirlienaiTO tiuv -t tho Alps from the BafriUi (SSW; Kurhaun), 
i'l, hni.ll. A littio Suther on is lliu Ladam Alp (3J730, a siimmnr 
reaarl. We may follov tbc lirlgo then.'U vii Iaikk-HMU: la Ike K<<iT 
(nfc abovo; If/.W). 

The pleasant EiiuEN-TitL is noted fur ils agricnlturc and cattle- 
hieeding, and its cheese is the finest produced in Switzerland. The 
neat wooden furm-housea with projecting eaves have retained tlic. 
niediiFval pattern. 

The train crosacs the Grotae Emme. 38 M. Emme-malt, station 
tor the health-resorts of Moosftad (2723'; Kurhans, with ehalj-beatc 
Mpring) and Moot^g (3S15'; KurhimK, 51) beds, P. from 9 fr.). — 
40'/, M. Sipnaa (2090'; BlrJ. Sliort of (44M.)^(feirot7 weerosa the 
Kiesenbach. To the N'.W., high up, is Gross-HOchatctten (p. 14), 
We then skirt the HUrrtberg ia a wide curve to (46'/, M.) Koiwl- 
fingen-Stalden. (3180'; Hai-Keat. Bahnhof), junction for the line 
from Burgdorf to Thun (p. 14). — 48'/, M. T/tgertachi. View of 
the Alps. 

51'/, M. Wotb (2001'; Lowe, good), a large village, 1 M. from 
the station, with nn old castle (electric railway to Berne, see p. 1 53). 
To the S.E. is (2 M.) Schwendlen-Bad, surrounded by pino-woods. 
Kine licw of the Bernese Alps and the Sloekborn chain to the li-ri. 

A inotoi-car mna fioin Worb t<i Bigliii (p. Il; -.PI, M. in SO iiiin.. 
I fr. 10 c), pa}'iaglili.)Eiiggi>leiiiilSBi': well-kDowa old inu; <li]i^em'<i 
to Walbnngen, see p. 11), iO min. from which in the Battihubel-Bad 
(MU'; 110 bedi, P. (rom T/j t,\ with a aaline chalybeate Bprinc, wooded 
environH, and » fine view of the Alps, eBpeoially from fhe KnSi-ilvibel 
(Soai'i 36 min.). 

54'/, M. GUmiigen, and thence to (59 M.) Berne, see p. llil. 

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40. From Lnoeme to Wildegg (Aarau). 

3t U. Sesi-al RiiLWAV (elaotrio) in 2i/,-^/, bis. [fire* 6 fi. 3S, 4 fi. 

From Luc erne to (3M.)£niineN&rflete, seepp.l6, 15. — i^j^lS.. 
Emmen (1410') ; V» M. to the E. is the old nnnnery o( BathatueK, 
now Hit orphanage, — 7 M. WaidihrS,Qlee. The line qnits the ro»d 
and ascende to the right to (8>/t U.) Egchenbach (1540'), with a Cis- 
tercian monasterj dating from the 12th century. View of the Alps. 

At (10 M.) BaihiHl (1693') we cross the watershed between the 
Reass and the Aa, and descend into the attractive Sebt4Ii. Ihis 
'lake-Talley', belonging partly to Canton Lncerne and partly to Aar- 
gan, is bounded on the E, by the Lmdenberg (2953') and on the 
vr. by the EhrloK {2670') and the Homberg (aee below). 

VJH.. Hoohdorf (1590'; pop. 3202iHirsch, 15 beda frnm 3, 
B. l'/>, D. 4fr.; Kreua), picturesquely situated. Near the station 
IN -i theatre, where popular dramas are given on Sundays in 

On a hiU to the E. |V, hr.) li the cinl<;iiil deaf-anil-dnmb sajtum 
i.r Hohenrain {iOU% fomerly b lodge of the KnightB of 8(. Joha. To 
'he N. of thig is (1>/, hi.| SMoit Horben (3e£b': iiin)._Roada lead W. 
from Hoobdorf by RGmerav^ ta (4'/a M.) Oberreinacfi, a ruin ; ud vi& 
midUHeden to the (SU.) memorial sbipsl (or the battle of Sempach (p. IS). 

13 H. Baldegg (LOwe), a pretty village with a normal school 
for girls, lies at the S.E. end of the lovely BaMegger See (1530'). 
fjklrting the E. bant of the lake, we next reach (15'/| H.) Gelfingen. 
On the right is the castle of Heidegg.— IG M. Hitsktroli (1550'), 
V, M. Ui the W. of the village, has an old Teutonic lodge, now a 
seminary for teachers. To the left, at the N. end of the Baldegg 
Lake, is Richentee, with the rained castlea of Grfinenhurg and 
Richensee. Close b; are remains of lake-dweUings of the neolithic 
period. — 17'/» M. Ermeiitee. 

At (18 H.) Moten we reach the HaJlunler See (1490'), a lake 
51/1 M. long and 1 M. broad, theW. bank of which we ascend to — 

20 M. Beinwll (1720'; Bail. Bestauraut; LSwe), a thriving 
village (2020 iohab.) with cigar factories, commanding a charming 
view ot the late. A footpath leads S.W. to (»/, hr.) the top of the 
Homberg (2597' ; good inn), the 'Rigi of the Aargau'. 

FnouBtidwiLToUliiiBTiB, GM., bruch-iailwiy vii (I>/iU.)BeiiiaOb 
(lieff; Btir), la Indnitiiil viilige (««* inh»b.) in the oppBr Wijien-Tal, 
It the foot of the SHerenberg t8866'; viewBl. Thence vii (!';, M.) MeraHeen 
isor) to (b M.) UOnnter (livf; StDne), a Bmall market-town af 1100 

_l,.l. —'ll. .1, ..,A -VL i T. ., .._ .,._.J __ .jj.[y ^ jgjg_ 

_____ j« and QolUk 

B. ~WtnmliU Tramuav from Reinsoh ai ' " ' " — 


ISO tt. Rank: 40. LENiBUBG. 

The cars ran hieb abova the latf to (21 M.) Btrrwa {lllb') 
sad descend to (83% M.) Bonutoil (ISTO'), lUtion for Stengen 
(Bfir), 17, M. to the E. Between the tiro rllligee is the old moated 
castle of HaHwil, the ancestral seat of a well-known familf, with 
foundations dating from the 12th century. 

The diligencc-roid goee on to the 8. (rom SceogsB t" Sehlau Bretten- 

of Like H1U1 

„ .jfl E. huk of the like to (l";.M,i Tci 


Attei gltirting the E. huk irf the l«fce to (l"/, M,) Tcnmoa and (l'/, M.) 

m duster-— To theN. otSeeo^Dla tho |1 ll 
■ummer-iGsoit of Penaiim EitJtberg [tlSE'; M beds, P. from 7 ti.). 

25 M. Niederh^wil-Durrenaich; 26 M. Setm (Stem), a niann- 
(actnring Tillage prettily sitnated; 89 M. Lenxburg-Bahnhof, the 
jnnction for Aaran (p. SO) and Saden (p. 18). 

30 H. IieiubnrK->Sea(f« (18il9'; 85S9 inh ah. ; Krone ; I^vro), a 
bnsy little town on the Aa, with the cantonal reformatory and busy 
factories. I.enzbnrg is noted for its jam and candied frnlts. On a 
hill abore it, -to the E., stands the pictnresqne StMota Ltiaburg 
{16S3'), restored in the original style and now the property of 
Ur. James W. Ellsworth (visitors admitted to the gardens on Wed. 
»nd San. afternoons). Opposite, to the W., rises the Siaufberg 
(1710'), with an old chnrch (stained glass of early 15th cent.) and 
a fine view. 

31M. JTwder-iews. — 32M. JViWegs (1170'), a station on the 
railway from Asrati vjft Hmgg lo Zflrieh (p. 2J). 

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41. Berne and its Environs 

Onrteu, 160. Qiimig«l - Bad. 1«1. — To Schvirzeii- 

*2. Prom Berne to Thnn. 

a. Federal Ballws; viA Hansingen 

b. Garbiital Railway via Belp 

KnTirons of Than, 163, IM. 

43. Spiez and the Lower Kander-Tal. Tbe Nieaen . . 164 

Prom Aeachi to Stieten otoi tU RenKsl' f'". IW, ItW. 
a. From Thnn to Interlakcn. Lake o[ Than. 

a. ThunerBEfi Railway 1G7 

b. Tramway on the North bank 1G7 

c. Steamboat 168 

Sigiiawil, ISB. — Beateabetg, no. 

+"1. Iriterlaken and its Environs 

Eeliawehfluh , Abondbere, Hinder, 155. — Habketii- 
T»l, ua. — BchynigB Platte, ind thence lo lh.> Fiiil- 
horn, 178. — Saielea-Tal, 117. 

. 177 

to the Kienlal, KanderBteg, tbe Lbteehen-Tol, an<l tbr 
RggiahorD. Rolttl Hat, 189-18I>. 

47. From Interlaken to the Little Scheidegg. 

a. Via Lapterbronnen and Wengen 

Wetllen Alp, 187. — Lauberhorn, Minnlichen, Eiuet, 188. 

b. Via Grindelwald 

e. The Jnogtran Railway 

Gaggi But, Silberhoni. 18H. — EicurBionn and aacents 
from JuDgfrsn-Joeh sttlion, 191. IBS, 

48. Griodelwald and ita Environs 

Upper Grindelwald Slaciei, IBS. ■Wettorbom. 194. — 
Lower Glacier, Baiegg, 1B4, 195. — Uetteaberg. 1»S. — 
Bei^li Hut, Sohwaraegg Hut, Stiahlegg Hnt, Otoas- 
liaDlaiaarhDrn, Fiaaterasrtioni. Over the StiablsgE, the 
Fiusteraar-Joch, or LLnteiaar-Sattat to tbe Grimeer, 1S5. 
— Fiom GrindeWald to the Finlhorn, 1»8, 187, 

49. From Meiringen to Interlaken. Lake ot Brienz . . 
EnviroDS orMeirinEen -. Qotge o< 

, .. , m dieaabicli. 1 

201.- Axalp, Iseltwald, 901. 
<(l. From Meiringen to Oriadelwald over the Great 

Scheidegg 202 .1 

Roaenlani-Bad, 20». From the Great Bcheidcgg to \)ie _ ■ : 


Route _ Pige 

51. FromHeirinzen to theBhuaeGlacierorurtlieGrimsel 204 
UrbMh-Tif; Qinli Hnt, iOl. — Donea Hat, Hudsok ' 

Fill, iOb. —Eleiaea SledelfaDni, »M.— Dollfaa Bnt, 
Oberur-Jach. Finit«rurhorD, i07. 
. From Spiez vii. Kanderateg to Brigae. The LSlsch- 

berg Railway 208 

KisnUI, Kuchius Gtivmlp, (lipallenliocu. BDItUHen. 
tm,20a.- BjcuniioiiB from Kandersteg. Oichinen-See, 
Gusteiii-TaL BlUmliialp, DUDileahani,DoliloDtaoiii, Alp- 
Bchelenhnbel, III, tli. — From Kunlersteg to the B&tEg 
of Lenk over Ihs Gemnii. BslmhorD, Alt«la, WilJ- 
Htrobel, III, tia. 

53. From FruUgen to Adelbaden 214 

Euunioni and ucenta from Adalboden, AlbriitlorD, 
Wildittnbel, MB. — Fr«m Adelfaoden ts lenk ; to Eu- 
deiBtee: to the Qemmi. EI5. 

u snd Saunen 

GrinmT Alp P»bs, Bil. — From Erlenbaoh to tho Stook. 
horn; WBi»BBubnrg-Bad, IIJ. — Bicncsioin from Zwai- 
aimmen, !18. — From Gatiwt to tba Lauenen-Tal, ilB. 
— EictiisionB from Saanea, 119. 
55. Prom Zweisimmen to Lenk. The Upper 8immen-Tftl 220 
EicnrHiODS from Leak: MUlkeiblitt. Iffigensee, Wild- 
born, Wildatnibel, iSO, B!l. — From Lenk to QeleiB; 
to Adelbodeo, eel ; ov^r Ibe Rawil t" SioD. iih 333. 

41. Berne and its Buvirons. 

Bailway StetloD (PI, C, S]. with a good Heatauraat and i luooey- 
lapger'a offi^. Departing tiBTellera ahoiild note that hotel-aervantB ans 
It allowed on Ibe platform or on the flight of atepa leading to it tioin 
- — ■— nce-hall, — Oi^ciaJ InfornnUioy "- "- -■--■- 

of the Babenberg-Plati (open on weekdays H-12.S0 & l.SO-S.SO). 

EotelB. •Orimd-Bam d: Bemerhof (PI- >; n^ *), Bundeegasae, 
MO beds from T, B. ifi, I" B'/,, D. TVi, P. from IS tr., 'BeUecHe 
Palaee (PI. b; E, *), Inaelgaaae, »B0 boda from 10, B. BV,, L. 8, D. 9, 
P. from IB ft., both with view of the Alps : •SiAweiMrAof (PI- c ; C, 8), 
Bahnhof.PlatE, lOO beds from 7, B. a, L. 6, D. ?, P. from 17 fr. ; *BrUlot 
(PI, h; D, 3, «), SpiUlgaese il and Schauulatiraaee ID, 130 beds from 5, B. i, 
L. 5, D. fl, P. from 15 fr. ; *Favorite-PaTle-Sotfl(P\. fa; A, 3), Scbanzen&ik- 
8tr., 48 beds from *Vi, B. n;., L. 5, U. 8, P. from 13'l,ti.~BUr (PI. r: 
D, 4), ScbanplstzeaaBe, IDO beds from *<!„ D. 4Vs, P. from IS fr., good ; Jtira 
(PI. d; C, 4^ Butenberg-PlalB, 75 bade from 4>(j, D. 4Vt, P. from U fr., 
with bser-rostauiant and garden, good; Cioit (PI. i; C, D, 4), Spitalgaeae, 
~ "eds, good. Post (Pi, a; D, 3), Keuengaaao, 50 beds, France-Terminun 

e; C, i), Nenengasse, 4B beda, at these three B. from 41/1, D, i'k, F. 

im 4, D. SVt, P. from !I fr. — Ootc Fidi^-ale (PI. 1; 
_.-,„.. „.._... pjjj^_ 

D, 3), Zenghanagaaao, 70 beds, good, Branig (PI. br : C, 3), Bahnh 
iO beda, in both these E. from Si/i, D. 4, P. from 10 (r.; ilitof(e\. 

1; 6, 31, NeiieuKUHSe, 3"beds,'HiV»fft'(Pl. o; 11, 3), N™. 


Sotn. BEBNE. "/• Bittile4r. isn 

ZSAriager Bof (PI. n ! B, B), Geaelliohnfta-Slr., iB bedi, in these lliree B. 
tram S'L D. ^U P. from 10 fr, ; emmcntAoter ifa/ (Fl. v ; U, 3), 20 bed*, 
Stem (Btoile ; PI. n., D, SJ, AHborge^jsge, 26 beds, ifat. da SomswefWilden- 
miDDj PI. p, D, S), Airtnrgergaage, SO beda, <D theae tbtee B. from 9, D. 
3Vi> P' '""" Bfr- — Outiide the towD : *iUf .-Peiu. B«au-5<te (PI. T) £,il 
on tbe ScUmsli (p. 100), 50 beda, w[lh fine viaw, 'BOt-Peni. Qi^lfntuhn 
|{i. 160), 7G beda, Bt both R. from IVi, B. 1'/,, Ii. 5, D. 0, P. from 13';, Fr. 

HAtels HoubMs. *««6eH6erfl<Pl.i;C,4), Bnbenbe^-PIati, Irtbula 
froin VL fr.. with gfod realiurnat; M<^ropole(PI. mv, U, 3). ■UagbtuagiMc, 
<I6 h«dB from :> Tr. ; Jtatgkeller (PI. rii F, 4), ae»ohtiglieit»g»a<ir, »0 lieils 
fioni 4 fr. 

FensioDa. Vil/u *Vw, Sohwirator-Str. Jl, 10 min. from Che aUtinn 
(PI. fr, A, 4, 5; 49 beds, P. from li (r.); fiiiic, Ziegler-Htr. IS (PI. A, 4; 
16 beda, P. from Wft It.).~Bden, SohlOeali-Str. ts (15 beda); BerUtr. Krim- 
esaa« 6 (PI. he, P, 4; !6 beds); Qmaigana, Oberweg 6, n«u the Schiliiili 
Ip. lao; 22 beda); KfUa StwRtnberff (PI, P, 1; 15beda); filninm, SehmiuiD- 
bere'Str. T (PI. E, »; aobeds)) Bema, Sehiniefleek-gtr. 19 (PI. B,3): Boia 
FU,:ry, Riedwt* 17, on the wsy to tbe EncB (PI. C, I; SO beda)! Mimont, 
at thR Suaeere Enge (p. ISO ; Vi br. ; 45 beda). nitb vte« apd afisdy wilka 
(open April-Ocl.). In »n thoae P. from 10 fr. 

Celia and BestaumntB (Valid orVdiis nioe). At the Schu>ei:«r- 
ftij^lp. I6t)aiid other hotels; at the Cbgino (p. J 6T) ; GraTid Otfi-Beitauraiit 
•111 TMdtre. Theater-Plati 7: DaeUByUr-Spoerry, Kramgiase T4; Zum 

Waeter, Neuengaaae 44, near the Btstion; ZstffioBife(comp. p.l56), ' 

Theater-PUtiandAmlhBnBgMBe;lfDn!Aau«i:fan-(p. 15«;beer);Ii 

i:ocner of Ooreehtigkeilaguae and KreuigaBsei ScMceOenmattai (PI, _, _,. 
Iii'low the Kircheateld Bridge (flih). —Kurtaal SclMiali, aee p. ISO. 

Baths. Munieip'U Biver BaOte (PI. D, b) la the Abtb, bI MBrzili, (or 

'['errasse).— Hot bitha In tbeSomvitrteiiilMid, HiraDheu-QrBbeD 44 ; Oeulral- 
Ibid. MarfclgBBse 41. 

Caba. Au additional charge of VfiU ia made on the follnwiug tariff. 
Within (he town : lor i/< hr. 1-1 pera. I h. iO, 1-4 pera. 1 fr. SO a. ; >/■ hr., 
1 Fr. BO. and i fr. 40 t. ; 'U hr., i fr. 40 c. inij S li. ; 1 hr., 3 fr. anil 3 fr. 
i:0 0, ; ei.r.\\ addit, 'ft hr. SO or So e, Two-borsei aame fuea aa for .1-4 pem. 
wilh on<i horsP. Trunk 30 c. Double fares b1 night (lO-OJ. — UotorOaba. 
An idiiiti^inal charge of 50% is made on Ihe following tarirT. For i-i pers. 

■Framway* (ao c), aU atarting from the Sailway Station (PI. C, S, 4). 
With blue boarda; in one direction to the Zeltglockeo [p. 156) and the 
Beara' Dene (Fl. B, 9); in the other to the Bremgarten-Wald (p. 190; 
Ccnieleya, beyond PI, A, S|. — With white boards; in one direction to the 
Zeitglocken (p, 156), Komhaus Bri^ (p. ISO), Sch^eli (Fl. E, t), and 
Breilenrain; in the other to Snlgenbacb (PI. A, 5) and WeUsenbUhl. — 
With red boards: in one direction to the Zeiulochen <p. 156), Caaino 
i, Klrobenfeld Bridge, HolvetiB-Plati ;Pt. E, 51, UMorieai Mutet 

1. 1571, and Burgenusjel (beyond Fl, Q, 5Jijn the afatt \y ibe lAtnggasae 

'1. B. 3, t: A. i. 11 to tlm Bremaartea-Walii (p, ISO). — Wilh yollon 

ige-Str, (Fl. C. S) and Nenbrftefc-Str. 

(PLC, lltoBraefa'«H(beyi ,_,, , ^ 

(Fl. B, 4, 51 to FrUdhtim, SohOnegg, and GTom-Wabem (Gorten; cemp, 
p. 160), — lUectrio Ballnrava. 1. From the KircboDfeld to (i M.) Mnri, 
(S M.) aumligen (p. 14S), and (6 M., in iL hr,) Wiirb (?, 14S; 1 fr.). — 
2. From the Bahnbof-PlBti (PI. C, 3) below the aWmte Enge and irli(li/( M.) 
F^Denau, {i H.) Tiefiivai. and (a'/, M.) Tiefeaaubrildce (brsuch to Worh- 
lii'ifeii and Ittingen iViM.) to (4M,) Zoaikofai (p. 14; 50 cA 

Post OfHoe (Fl,C,0.3), opposite tbe railway elation. — 't«V«9K«^^. 
A Talepbone Offlcw in the railway aWtinn «nJ at \Vt ^oA ««iww". 

]r,4 tJt- RriHU4t. BERNE. BUialUm. 

Britdoh UiniatM-, Sou. Theo Rutaill, C.B., C. V. 0„- ohaoMllerv, 
Tbun-BtriBse 60 [PI.F.B); Coum], OaMon de MhtoU, O. B.E.. CbnitoHel- 


i |F1. H, ai: C 
8tr. iS; Gonial ThormeeU Baanea, K 

E nEliah Oliurcb (St . rrniKa'tJ. Jnbillnms-PUti , K iicheutslc 
all IhfjeiT- round. -no>nanaitAoItc(»urrh,I>niira1tigh«it«-Kirche(P1.C,n. 

SbopB. KookHellni (ordnuice mau ; art oblecta). A. FTancke, Ytnl-i-.u 
1ierg-P1its 6. — I'rivellcn' and iDuriitii' raqauiteai Th. BSHnitta.! t 0.,.. 
ScbanpUtigaaipS. — Photi)gnphtcmit«TiaIa:i'AotoAa>u.CfarialolIclgaiiBcII. 

^nmSB of AdmisBlon. Mpine Muaeum (g. 156), Alt & 1.30-S, mIid. 
00 c; rrce on 8nn. 10.30-12. — .^rt QoUerg (o. ISB) U-IS & 1.30-!>, Sun. 
10.30-11 & l,S0-4; adm. BO c; treo on Tuee. & Sundays. — Jtnni^aAaua 
(p. 1S5|, H.30-11.90 & l.BU-fr.30, Bun. lO.SO-IS k 1.30-4; adm. fiet. — Hiatnr- 
ieal Muaeum (a. J&l), 8-ia & i-fi (winter S-Ii & 3-4), Sun. lO.SO-1! & 2-i: 
daaed on Mod. mominga ; adm. M) c, hea an Tuea. & Sat. afternuons lud 
■11 day on SuQday. — Inditatriiil Hu«»m (p. IBB), Toea.-Sal, fl-1* S a-3, 
Son. 10-13.— if uiw(fta«e (p, 1571, Hon. 1.30-5, Tn^a-Sat. io-i«.ao A i siWR. 
Snn. 10-13.30 k USO-i. — Mmiter (p. loS], 8-l!4 i-i 

itory Mtueum ip, 158), 8-i!&!-e twlulera-ia&£-4l, 
Im. SOc, freoonTuea. 4= ■• -" ^ " - 

Unn. 10.S«-l!&S-4; adm. 5bc., Creo on Tuea. & Sat. 1-4 and all day -- 

iaja.—Pattaliruieum(%tihtP«atOta(ie,Tt. C, O, 3), free daily iD-13.— 
SuHii BducatUmal Exhibition (PI. C, Si, free on waekdaya aii & S-3. 
VUitoiB pressed for time ahonld viait the 'Kleine Schanze' and walk the FeJei&I Falaca to the Kirchenfeld Bridge and the Hiatorical 
naenm; then to tbe Mineter; follov tbe Kreuagaaae ta the Balhaue: crois 
the Nydeck Bridge to the Bears' Dena; returo past the Zeitglockenlurm 
to the Komhaua-Flsti and cross the Kornhane Bridge to the SchEnali; 
croaa the railway-bridge to the Art (lallery and Natural HiBtorjUuseHm, 
Berne (1788'), Ger. Bern, with 104,626 inh«b,, Iim been the 
seat of the Swiss government since 1818. lis canton is the second 
largest in ai'ea and contains the largest population in the Confedera- 
tion. The city, in a striking situation, is bnilt on a peninaula of 
sandstone-rock, formed by the Aare, which Bows 100' below. Lofty 
liridgss connect it with the modern quarters on the hills of the right 
bank. The streets in the old part of the town are flanked with arcades 
('I^aben*), which form a eoyered way for foot passengers. Among 
the chief attractions of Heiae are its namerons foantains, mostly 
dating from the 16th century. In other respects also it retaina more 
mediEeval teatnres than anv other large town in Switzerland. 

Pounded by Duke Berthold Y. of Zlhrini^cn in 1191, the town lecame 
independent of the Kmpire in 1318, In 136» Berne Joined the Confederation, 

embraced tho Reformed filth. 

Berne is celebrated for its splendid •Visivs of trr (from the 
Bnndes-Terrasae, the KIciiicSchanzc, Schintli, tlie Caalno Terrace, etc.), and 
the phenomenon of the 'Aljilneglow' (p. it) is seen here to grent advantage. 

other points tlie following mountaina also lie liaible: tn the right c^ tbe 
Doldeubom, llie BalmJurrn |I3,1IA') with the Altelg tll.SAO'; 31 M. distant), 
and, oyer the Uurlen, the bell- sh aped au rami t of the StectclKirn {liW) ; lo 
■be left of the SFhrsttenflnh, the peaks of the Spamillrter (10,A0D'; &:< M.) 
and the ScAloagberg (10,386-; both near Kngelbore), the croal of the Briciten 
near Eaeholsmatt (B81O0, and the Feuerttein aboye the Entlebnch (ATOO^. 
To the S.of the railway station is the BuBRNBicBa- Flats (F1. C,4), 
Ihc centre of the tramway traffic, where, in front iif the handsome 


Bunde^aai. BERNE. '"■ Bouleit. 156 

Burger-Sjntal (17!i4-4^), a iiiODument l<j Adrian von Babenberf/ 
(1424-79), the defender uf Moral against Charles tbe Bold (comt'i. 
p. S46), was erected in 1S97 from a design hy Max Iica. On the 
left, at the beginning of the Spitalgaase (see below), is the Ghvrch 
of the Holy Gho^, built by N. Scbiltkneoht in the French baroque 
atyte (1726-29). — The Scbwanenguae leads hence to the ^Klelne 
Sohaiize <P1. C, 4), gardens laid oot on the site of a redoubt, with a, 
superb view of the Alps (monntain-indicalfli' on the upper terrace). 
A Bomewbat singular monament, by Rene de Saint-Marc eanx (1909), 
eonimeraorates the foundation of the International Postal Union 
at Berne in 1874. 

To the £. of the Kleine Schanze, supported by huge walls on 
the edge of the cliff, rises the *BiiiideBliana, or Federal Palace 
(PI, D, 4; adm., see p. 154], a handsome edifice in the Florentine 
Benaissanee style. The Western Block, bailt h; Friedrich Studer in 
1851-55, contains the political department, the departments of the 
interior and Justice, and the federal library. In front nf it, in the 
Bnndesgasse, is a fountain-Sgnre of Bema, by R. Christen (1858). 
1'hc Central Block or Parliament Souie, a fine domed structure by 
II. Aner (1894-1901), contains the chambers of the two legislative 
assemblies (the 'Nattonalrat' and the 'StSuderat', comp, p. luiv; 
illus. guide Ifr.). Outside the entrance are two colossal seated bronze 
ligDres uf Ancient and Modem Historians, by Keymond; above the 
pc:dImL'nt rises the statue of Swiss Independence, with allegorical 
tigures of the T.egislatiTC and Eiecutive Powers, by Niederhauscrn. 
Handsome staircase. The chamber of the Xationalrat is embellished 
with a large fresco by Ch. Giron, 'The Cradle of the Confederation' 
(bird's-eye tiew of the Lake of Lnceme). On the S, Ironl are the arms 
of tbe twenty-two cantons, in mosaic, and statues of a Ploughman, 
a Merchant, a Scholar, a Soldier, an Artisan, and an Artist. The 
Eastern Block, erected from Aner's designs in 1888-92, accom- 
modates the departments of war, trade, industry, and aericnlture. — 
Passages between the three buildings lead to the BuTMes- Terraste, 
adjoining the S. facade, 130 ft, above the Aare. 

The chief centre of tralSc is where a series of streets, the 
Spitslgaase, Marlitgasse, Kramgasse, and Oerechtigkeitsgasse, which 
extend from the Bnbenfacrg-Platz to the Nydeck Bridge, a distance 
of nearly a milr, is crossed by the thoroughfare connecting the 
two great bridges. lo the Rpitiloisbk is the Bagpiper Fountain, 
dating from the early 16th century. The Baren-Plalz and Waisen- 
haus-Platz (PI. D, 3, 4) marked the W. limit of the town down to 
1346. In the BSren-Platz is the fear Fountain, by R. Monger 
(Berne's cognizance, the bear, is to be seen alt over the city). At tbe 
N. end of the Waisenhans-Flatz is the handsome (h-p/iai'agu {] 782). 

At (he beginning of the Marktuahsb stands thii Kftfj^wnn. 
(Pi. D, 3), restored in the 17th centurj. Ite ■a.M^^^*BB.e twftito* 

156 ni.Itoute4l. BERNE. m«fifr. 

Ihe ticilfr-Brwtnett mul Ihc llchulseii-lini.»iien (Arrlirr Ji'ountBin ; 
1 527), Ihfi fornior with a atstnc ut the foundress of Ihc loscl H«spit»l 
(|i, 161)). farther on, beyond some interesting oH gnild-honnes 
iSmithij, Carpenters, Weavers) and the Kornhan^-Platx, is Ihr 
Zeitglockentorm (Fl. G, 3, 4), the ancient laadmark of Bernf , till 
the middle of the 13th cent, the W. gate of the old toirn; it wai< 
rcbnilt in the 15th and ISth cent., and ia decorated vilh modern 
frescoes. On the E. side ia a cnrioas clock ('Zj'tgtogf^e'), which 
proclaims each honr bj the crowing of a cock, while jnet before 
the hoar a troop of bears marches in procession. 

The Korkhaub-Flatz (FI. E, 3) is embellished with the gro- 
teaqne KimllifTetter-Brunnen (Ogre Fountain), with a procession 
of armed hears on the shaft of the colamn. The handsome Eom- 
haas (PI. F., 3), built as a granary in 1711<16, bnt now a technical 
sehool, contains in the basement the Komkaut-KeUer (p, 153; 
fonneriy the mnnicipal wine-cellar). On the npper floor is the 
/ndusiWo! JWJweum (p. 154). In the N.W. corner of the square, at 
the beginning of the Kornhaua Bridge (p. 160), is the Theatre, 
bnilt by Wurstcmborger (1903), open only from Sept. till May. 
Behind Ihe Komhaus, in the Zenghausgaaie, arc the police station 
and the Frenck Chtrch, an early-Oothic building, frequently restor- 
ed, containing meiliieTalfreBcoeB(adm. 50 c. ; rerger, MarktgasseSS). 
Opposite is the Volkthaitf, boilt by Ingold (1914), with sculplnrps 
by HOfger, where the first international Socialist conference was 
held after the War in Feb. 1919. Adjacent, at No. 17, is the Alplna 
Maaeam (adtn,, sec p. 164), with several excellent relief nindde 
(Jnngfran group on a scale of 1; 10,000), maps, models of huts, etc. 

The so-called Lower Town, to the E. of the Zeitglockcutnrin, 
has many a picturesque corner to show. The bear appears in 
armour on the ZShringer-Brunnen in the Krahgasse (Pl.E, F,3, 4), 
and in the Grrgchtioeritsgassb (PI. F, Q, 3) are the Samton and 
the Juiliee Foimteiins, the latter dating from 1543. 

The minster chnrch is conspicuous on the S. edge of the lower 
town. In the MOsstkb-Pi.atz (PI. F, 4) are the Moni-t Fountain 
and an equestrian sUtne (by Volmar, 1848) of Budolfwm Erlach, 
victor at Laupen (p. 247). The Casino is close by {see p. 157). 

The •Mlnater (PI, F, 4), a fine late-Gothic edifice, dedicated to 
St. Vincent, was begun in 1421 by Uattliilas Ensingcr of Ulm and 
completed in 1598. The tower was finished only in 1S91-6, when Fro- 
fesKor Aug. Beyer of Dim added the upper octagon and the openwork 
Hpire (it28ft. high). Eoundthe roof runs abeantiful open balustrade, 
the design of which is different between each pair of buttresses. 
The sculptorcs of the W. portal [end of l.'ith cent.) represent the 
Last Judgnieiil; in the outer arches arc Christ, above, with the Virgin 
and John the Baptist on the left and right, and the Apostles ; in the 
/oaer arches are the Prophets aui\ \ht Wise and Foolish Virgius. 


tiansepto. Tbe Blained Olasg an (he K. aide at tba choir {one window 
repieaentii^ the doemi of Trsn8ub«(sntiation, uother (h« Life of Christ) 
dates ftont 1(96; tfist on the B. aide ia modem (18S7). The CholrSlalU 
(I&S3) are adorned on (he left side (Fitb CbHat and the Apoatlea, on the 
ri^( with Moaoa ULd the Prophets. The cacutcheon of BerOold vo7< 
Z/lliTingen (see below) in the right aisle waa presented by tbe oily in 160O. 
On tabfeta beeide the monument of the bni^mislec Friedrieh von BUiger 
|d. 1189), in the left aisle, aie tbe nunea of tbe lOI Beraese who tell in' 
1T9B, at the arauholz |p. U) and at Neoenegg, in an engagement with the 
French. In front of thla iaan EBtornhmant by C. rfcftamer (1870). — The 
gallery of the Toweb (ShOstepa; &0 c.) commuids a magnificent view. 

Thi: *MiHSTEB Terbacs, shaded bj chestnuts and famous for iU 
view, has a statue of Berthold V. von ZShrinfferi , the founder of 
Berrie, by Tscharncr (1847). 

In the N. part of the Lower Town is the Bathaus (PI. F, 3), 
or Cantonal HaU, erected in 1406-16 in the Bnrguudian Ute-Gothic 
style, with a beantiful exterior staircase and a frieze of the arma 
of tbe Herneie districts. In the square in front is Ihe StaJidard- 
Bearer Fountain. — At the E. end of the old towji (PI.G, 3), where 
once stood the Nydeck, the old castle of the'Dnbee of ZKhriogen, 
ancient narrow streetB descend to the Aare. In the LAufer-FlatE 
are (1.) the Ldufer-Brtumat aod <r.) the original Ralkam ('Der 
Jiurger Hns'). The adjoining UiiterforbrUeke replaced the Aral 
iviioden bridge in tbe 15th centnrj. 

I'lif continuation of the tJerechtigkeitBgasgc leads on tii lli€ 
Nydeek Bridge (PI. H, 3), built in 1841-44 and crossing the valley 
hy a single stone apin of 180 ft., 85 ft. abovo the Aari'. On the 
vicbl boyonit the bridge are the Bears' Dene (Bdrcngrahon), a 
highly popular attraction since the time of Ren£ II., Duke ofLorraine 
(d. 1508), who presented them to the city. — Hence we may walk 
upstream (r.) to the Kjrchenfeld Bridge (see below; V»'"')i or down- 
stream (1.) to the Kornhans Bridge (p. 160). 

Between the Miuater and the Sundesbans is the Caaiao (PI. 
E, 4), completed in 1909, a striking ediflee in the Bernese 18th cent, 
style, with banqneting and concert halls and a restaarant frequented 
in the afternoons and evenings (adm. 50 c. when the band plays). 
The "View from the terrace ia one of the finest in Beme (conip. 
the Panorama, p. 153). — Behind the Casino, »t Eesslergaasc 41, 
ia the Mmiicipal and UmveraUy Library (220,000 vols.), built 
in 1787-92. 

The Klrohenfeld Bridge (PI. E, 4), built in 1882-83, crosses 
the Aare valley in two iron spans of 3S5' each and connocts the old 
town with the Kircheiifeld, a modern villa quarter. To the left at 
the end of the bridge ia the new Kaa^haUe, with art eabibitlons 
ladm., see p. 154). 

The *Berne86 Historical Museum (PI. K, f,\ ■«»»ti»Wj* 
H. I,ambert and E. von Rodt in 1890-94 in \,U rt^\% aV ».\W*T 


156 III- B0Hlt4i. BERNE. IKitoHad MHieam. 

raallc, with sd allegorical mouic OTer lh« entrance. Of the viiriouH 

collections the moat important are the arms Knd arnionr Iiom the 
Berne arsenal and the ccclesiaaticul and civic antiqaitieB presented 
by the municipality. Adni., see p, 1S4; ilJoB. guide I'/jfr. 

MiDDUi Flook (first Balered). The TeslibulB contsint > uolleotion of 
niBdiffiTsl esnnoD iind ■ Homui nioiiic psvcmenl from Toffen (p. IM). To 
the riKht is the AnAmatogicdl CbSectUm. Room I. AitiquiiieB from lako- 
dvBlliiiei; impleBienti of the stone, hrome, and iroD period! (moatly from 
(be Jun), ind RomiuiremiiD>: cisoe; brDHEBTUe fromOrlehwi-l. Boom II. 
Osllo-Boman »nd Gemuiic uitiijnitiei, Hoom HI. Anoienl Egypt, Greece, 
■Dd Itnly. MoMic pnveniBiit from Henogonlmuhieo fp. Hj. — fo the l(- 
i( the SthTiograplucal Ooiiection, coosi 

AlnBrieB, the Bonth 8eg IsUoda lcollec-__ _ , . 

C«pt. Oook on hie third Toyige, 1!78), Cliin», Jipin 
Borneo, Jutb, md Afric. 

Gsouim Floor, SevcniEaiiySaistBuonta, Alio old iledgei and aedin' 

Dfpeb Flook [mediteyil and madem timu). Id the Asmoubt an 
Armoar at the ib-ietb cent,, Weapona, and Barmen, all from tha Berne 
Araenal. — To the right (E,]: Hoou la (Bni^nndian Hnom). Wiapon*; 
Ibmrtrtf and EmbrMery with the dncal anca of Burgundy, captured at 
O-randion (UTB; p. «13), — Koou Ih (EoderiiBticil RoomJ, Tn the right, 
Upeatry wllh loenei from the life of Trajsn, itter a. vun dor Weyden's 
■oil freacoes in the Batel de Ville of Brueaela (Ifith cent,); embroidered 
Aniependia from Lausanne and the Abbey of KSniBBtelden (p, 18], of the 
IS-lBth cent. ; Ecii^tiottical Veel»iei:U of the Il-I8th cent, ; Stained Qltua. 
— Hoou II. Bemege Costume^i paintin^B of coatumeH^ fans; em broideries, 
-Room III (SilTec Chamber), Ahaat 100 ailiei Guild, FiaiUy, iai Church 
Ciipr; hadiee of the Bernese guilds; IHptych, made at Venice after ii9ii 
■ nd once the property of King Andrew of Hungary; the original MS. of 
the ' H'ocM am Bfteiii' by Ma. Schnec ken burger (1H40). — To the left (W.) of 
the staircase: Boon IV, Four tapestries with tbo history of Caear (c. UN)]; 

beadles' and judges' slaves ; aeals. From the oHel-wi'ndow there la > tine 

carvings^ old Hitches and standard measures; pottery made in the canton 
of Berne; baking moulds; musical instruments, etc. — Koou VI. Room 
from thechiteau of Landshut, in Canton Berne, with panellli« of ]«se. — On 
the upper landii^, modem tjwiss weapons and uniforms; on the right, 
the Gutenberg Eoom, with old printing presses. 

An aonoie on the 8. is to receive the Henri iloter-OhajlottenMg 
Coaection of Oriental weapons and other objects of industrial art. 

On tie 8.W. side of the Eirchenfeld (comp. PI. E, 5) is the 
Swist National Library, with 350,000 vols., containing also the 
Federal Record Office. Adjacent is the Topographical InsHtaie, 
and opposite, the Federal Mint. 

In the WaisenhaUB-Str., lo the N.W. of the Waisenhana-Platz, 
arc two noteworthy miisennjs. 

The *Art QallBpy (Kumf-Museam ;I'!. V, 2, 3), buiU in 187!1, 
ciitiKiBtB mainly of abont 500 modern Swiss paiHtiiigB, including 
cscellent examples of K. Stauffer-Bcrn (1857-U1) and l'\ Hodlor 
(1853-1918). There are also a few scnlptures and older paintings. 
Adm., see p. 154; catalogue 50c. 

Qhodiio Fiw». Two rooms ta the left contain sciilptuiea (works b>- 
Bado mm Hiederlidutern) and caats. 



sived; 161. Day; 250. Emylhrniu; i4B. 

_ .„_.,. ._. with eirly pictuiM; 86, ST. B. BiOdfr 

(Berne, IGthoenl), AnnunciitioD ; UtI. J. Ileinia (B«ine, 1564-16011), 
The artist and liis brothem and Bisters; H, BichUr, 81. 83. Peter and 
Chiiitoplicr, 3i-ib. EceneH from tlie life of Jaha the Baptiel; S21. Me. 
Kanud DeiUeh (Getnc, c. 14Bi-lb30), Nslivily of the Virgin and St. Luke 
the Evingelist; 54. BoUramo, The piinter FrinceHCo Mclii. Adjoining 

nand, Deaeenl from the Alp; MS. F.MOlet, Portrait; K. 'de Pu'n/, ' Fiah- 
ing in the Itgeon; 74. BottictUi, Tno tra^nents of the 'MaeniHent'. — 
Booh II. iO, E. mOer, Fallen leaves; 829. A. Oog, Alps of Valaie; 6J. 
A. Beckliti. Idyll of the sen; 4i;6. A. SUlbti, Laadsc^e after a thunder- 
stninii SBO. Aanic floor, Prayer -oee line; 447. if. Sdndrealer, At tha 
>t Paradise; 9S. 6. Oa^tati, Lake ofOachinen. ~ Roou HI. On the 
- 7. F. Bodl&r, Portrait of himeelf ; 16B. K. StaaffeT-Btm, A crn- 
b; m. F. Buchser, The antiquary; K. StaaffeT-Bem. 471. Mother 
oi me artist, 477. Study of a skull, 474. Study of a head, 478 (above), 
Sister of the utist; 610. B. Vautitr, Sajicg grace; 343. A-dtMearon, 
CbaiDoia- hunter; 470. K. SUm/Ter-Bem. The lictim; 395. fi. KoUer, 
Strayed cow: 11. Anker, Grandfather's prayer; SO. At. Oalame, Water- 
fall near Meirii^en. — Boon IV. 9i. AtOiut OtOaae, Lske ot Qenevs; 
504, 50E. J. H. Tiaclibein, Portraits of Tomen ; tn. Ot. Giron, The model ; 
S. Anker, School eiami nation; 321. A. Lugardon, On the BiSel: 335. 
K. arob, Death of Winkelried (p. ISl; i«6. Fr. Diday, Alpine chilel; 
abore, 41. E. Biiler. The spring; 10. Anker, Soup of the poor; 61X. 
Vr-iUon, Lake of Brieoz j Ml. K. Oirardet, Bittle of Wont. — Boom V, 
•iSS. GtroH, Wreatling-match; 7. P. Amahuiu, Ad bealias; 203. K. Gthri, 
Oolden wedding. — Room VL On the left: 1»S. Plinie CWomOi, ThMi; 
413. K. Staafer-Bem, Portrait of the Icnlptor Klein (sketch); ST. Jf. Bun, 
After the funeral. 

OppoBile la the BatnralHlstor; Musaom (PI. I), 3), notablu 
Its affording admirable illastrntionB ol the geology »nd mineralogy 
of tbe Alps. Adm., see p. 154. 

Obdubd FLOon. The room to the right contains the OaOictitm of JfiN- 
n-ati, which includes magniHcent crystals from IheGrimsel (p. JOS) and the 
Tiefen Glacier (p. 131). To the left is the Palmontolooical CoUeeUini, rich 
in foBsila. Perfect skeletons ot the Irish elk and the caTe-beir. Belief ot 
the Bernese Oheriand by Ed. Beck. — On the staircase are collectiona ot 
antlers. — On the drst and see end floors it the Zoological CbUfcUm. In the 
central saloon (let floor) arc the large ruminants. In the room on th« 

to tiie Swiss fauna,- On the inffloor, to tha left, reptiles, amphibEs, sbU 
lishps; to the right, mollnscB, Crustacea, insects, etc. 

The grounds on the Qraese,8plianze (PI, B, C, 3), above 
the station, ooeupj the eife of the chief bastion of the town walla 
(built in leSS and pulled down in 1840) and afford an eitenslve 
panorama (view-indicator on the MartirMkubel), Al the top are 
the Obeervatory, the Univer»Uy (fonnded in 1834; 3000 sladents), 
the offices of the 5«fi»s Federal Railways, the Wothoi's Hns- 
pUal, and the Appeal C<mrft. In front of the University ix «, 
slatnc ot Aibrecht von Holler (17 08-'n), physician, scholar, an<l 
poet, hy H. Siegwart (1908). Farther on (5 min. N.W.) are the 
PhyeitHogical Inslitute, the Chemical LiAorafory, the Analondcal 
tratitute (PI. A, 2), the church oi St. Paid (t90SV*«'i**''='*»'^«**' 
Higher Seminary. 


160 '"■ Roalrfi. BKRNK. ffdtfpiA 

•r thr LiupTD-BlnNt 

,. s*ii« i. 

r liiKP IvtH-Si^lal 

lh> ''•'nliniialinn n( thr Liupro-BlnNt 
Kjnlnl. n liotnilal origiDally rmudeil kj 

'lintfHal, and the nirir FrirdrHnkitrlu- nn thr VHUhnhrl. 
f« thr Brnmp;«r[rn Omrtory. with a errmitoriom. 

Runnin): X, rrom Ihc KurahauB-l'lalx i|i. tW) ktiil connnaling 
tbi' uld town with the npw ijunrter [in the SpUalacktr is the 
^EomhauB Bridge <P1. E, 3, 3), built in ie9S-93, an iron atrnc- 
lure uf eix arrhpB (the widest 377 ft, in span) cruBsiDg the deep 
valley 157 ft, above the Btream. 

The •SoMubU (PI. E, 3), jusl beyond the bridge (1.), on the 
site of an ontwork of the fortiflcalioni, is hdw occnpied hy the 
/fwraaaj (cafi-reHtanrant.gaming-nmni.terrare, and shailj gardens). 
'J'hiB is (lerhapH the finest view-point in Itcrne and la crowded In the 
, afternoon and pruning when the band plays (50-70 r.t. In tbe fore- 
gronod lies tbe pictnretiqne city, domiiiatecl by the Gitrten; on tbe 
left are the BcrneHC Alps, with Ibi' Nieacn and Stockburn rangei 
in front; on the right are tbe Fribourg nionn tains, villi theHoUeon 
in the extreme distance. — Between the SchSnili and the railway 
bridgeis the Botanic Garden, with large both oases and an intereat- 
ing collection of Alpine plants (arim. frfr). 

Tbe Bremgarten-Wald, to the N.W. of the rily, affords pretty 
walks. About '/^ hr'K walk from the (ram Inrminus 'Friedbof, or 
;i5min. from 'liSnfrgasae'is the ff/ostninnPH, wlience '/jbi'-'s walk 
K. brings us tn the Km/f., a favnurile rafi'-reslaurant, hi|;b jilMrc 
Ihe Aare, with a view of the rity and Ihe AlpK. We return viA the 
ilUniin.) Hi nil' hen park (PL C, ];, joining Ibr tranin-Rv in Ibe Nei- 

A <:hBrmliitr walk may be lakeii N. from Iho AuxHerc KuKe. punt thr 
HrnHion jDltmont (p. ISS] and through uplendid bee<:li-viM>dii, to |40 min.) 
the Aire, whiuh wo <to>b by ferry to Baehriibiieh (chMesu naA brewsrr). 
Thence we msy walk to |I-li/, hr.) Worblaufeii. relurnins to Beroe by 
electric railway [p. IS8). 

For the excursion up tbe '*Oarteii (2702'), a long green hill 
to the 8. of Berne, we take one of the tramcars with yellow boards 
(p. 153) to the termiims at (rroM-JFoterB (1895'; J). 162), whicb 
is 6 min, walk from the lower station of the Garten cable railway 
(asceat every 30 tnin, ; fare 1 fr.). Near tbe HO min,) upper station, 
called Ovrfen-Kidm (2770'), are a hotel (p. 153) and a large 
garden -restaurant. The view from the belvedere to tbe right of 
the slation (behind the hotel; 3 uiin. walk) embraces the Bernese 
Alps, the Stoi'khoni rhain, tbe Fribourg Alps, the .Inm wilb parts 
of the Lake of Neuchatel, and, to the E., the UnterwHld and Lucerne 
tits, as far as I'ilatus. On the way to the second view-point, 5 min. 
E. of tbe station, we obtain the best survey of Berne, — Pedeatrians 
may ascend from Gross-Wabern through the Torent viii Ourtendorf 
to the top of the hill In just under the hour. 



OiiTiiigel-Bftd [S8M'), B 

the QurnimlbBrg. Ila colu ourinij, impicgoaicu wiui huib ami miiiiiiir. 
Iiu been knoim sipee the IBth cent, for iti ountiTe powsrB. Tlie bathing 
retahliahiDHil is excellently litled up Hnd ia liaited fiDm Jnne till the 
middle at Sept. (uaually loll up at midaummor; iOO bcde from J, R IV^ 
1:. 6Vi, D. 7Vj, p. from 18 fr,; Rom. C»th. Dhutch). Long w»lk« mjj be 
taken in the antionnding woodi: to {iOmin.) SefUgaehicajid (iilb'); to 
the MOmin.) Beltetiue pavilion (3630'; reatanrant), with a Tiew of the 
Alpe from the Titlia to the Stoekhom; paet the LathOfe to the m^ hr.) 
Langmei-BadftiW); to the (1 ht.) SlafAalp {^. lOi); to the (1 hr.) 6ai^ 
nigOhttbel (50IW; aapeib vieo); and to tEe (]>/t hr.) SefUbeM (5TfiO')- 
Over the OaTnigelberg put the SeelibOhl to the (Si/, Ira.) WiMaihOtle 
(4682'; inn), in a iieiatifu] apot, and to the C/t hr.) 8cb«etetbeig-Bad, 

Fbou'behheto SCBWiBziHBUBQ, lalloaj io I hr. (3 f r. «). 1 f r. S5 c.). 
-- From (*■/. M-) B«me-intchtrmliadt (p. 168) the lioe ascends to the right 
viji (3U.) lAebtfeld aad (SViM.) ifWbi (1886'), nitb an old chaieaa, to 
(o'/i M.) 6<ud [am. Beyond (7 M.) Medej-ScSwK (2010') it croaaea the 
deep valley of the ^cAerJjbacft. — 6 U. XittttMuiem {iilH-). Farther on 
we trosa the Schuarsmiteer near ita Junction with the Sarine by a bridge 
aw high, parallel with the toad bridge (1.), which epans the river by an 
iron arch 183 yds. in width. Piom |11 M.) LaJaenhatietm {%mt) » Tialt 
may he paid la the (SO min. W.) min ot QraibHTg. — 10 M. SohHarsen- 
burg {ib^V; Bit; Sonne) ia an attractive village with achltean, an old 

' ' 9 parish cbnrcli in the neighhonring WaMem. 

Wo.) to(6M.)GBg9i»6»rffT»«6r;Stem), at the 
,'e (MIS'), and to (lO'f. H-1 the 0«CTifcwe-Bffl* IViW; 
foot ot the Pfeife. 

l)'nrAnc«'(2 f '. Tand"? ??.% 

42. From Berne to Thun. 

a. Federal Railway rift Utioeinsen. 

IH M. RiiLWiY (eleotricj in '/rl hr. (3 fr. 60, 1 ft. 36 e.). Views lo the 
rit')it as far aa MUueiugeDj tbenoe to Uttlgen on the left. 

Berjie (1788'), aee p. 152. On the Wiler-Feld the trwn turns 
to the right. To the 3. is a view of the Alps; on the left in the 
lunatic aajlnm ot Waldau. — 3M. Ottermundigen. — 6M. Gitm- 
liyen (1850' ; H6t. Mattemhof), janction for Langnsn and Lncerne 
(p. IIS). Abont2'/iM. to the E. ia the PeoBion Dentcnberg (3325'). 

— S'/i M. Rvbigen; 10 M. MUtumgen (17 48' ; L6we ; Pens. Chalet 
Honnerk), a Tillage with 3436 inbab., the cantonal lunatic asylum, 
unit llie cantonal agricolturni school of SchwaTid. — 12'/, M. 
Wi-^ldraelt. Diligence via Thtiignt (mineral spring) to (2 M. to 
the W. ; 20 min.) Gerzensee (2109' ; HM.-Pens. BSr, 20 beds from 
3'/,, P. from 10 fr.), at the S. foot of the Belpberg (p. 162).— 
{■'rom (14 H.) Kieten a road ascends by Ober - Dieeabach in 
3'/jhra., and afootpathyi&£reiu»Jb(f/'enin2hra., to the J^oiien/luA 
(3540'; hfitel -pension, P. from 7'/,tr.; comp. p. 14), a health-reaort 
with a charming view. — Near (16 H.) UUiffenve crnas ti* Aswt, 

— 19 M. Thun (p. 162). 


163 iir.R.fs.^llapr,",i'n. THUN. Omfc 

b. O&rbv'Tei Ballway vi& Belp. 

K)M.F,LucrHiu'lUi[.>>tvil), tieep.TO8}iiil-]i/ibr.(!lf[.liO,lfT.3Ac). 

The tinrbc-Tal railwuy dirergcs to the loft from tfac LtDunnu 
linu and deacribea a, curve towards the 8.E. — 3M. Berne-Fitcker- 
mdlieli (p. le 1) ; 4'/, M. Berne- Weissaibtihl ; 5 '/, M. Grow- Waben 
(p. 160). — 8 M. Kehriatz (1880'), atatioD for the health-resort (dil- 
igence in V/i br.) of ZimmerweUd <2815';H(it.-Pena. Beau-S^jonr, 
50 beds), where two notable confereucea of Soeialiala from the 
belligerent Datioos met in 1915 and in 1916. — The railway entera 
the GfiRBB-TiL. On the right is the cbiteaa of Oberried, now a 
boys' school. 

Near (7'/, M.) Belp (1720'; Kj-euii), a village witb 3335 inhab., 
at the toot of the Belpberg (2935'; ly^ hr.), the line skirta the 
left bank of the Garbe via (13 M.) Toffai and (15 M.) Kaufdorf. ~ 
17 M. 7^7vi«n(1811'). — 177,M.BuryisteJn(1870') istheaUtion 
for(l'/,M.) lFtt«en«Hi(1981';BSr),intheapperQtlrbe-TaL Coaapio- 
nonsonasteep wooded hill (r.) is the old castle of ifur^tsfn'n (2548'), 
with two lofty towers. 

About i M. beyonrl Wittenwil, V/.U. from Bn^atein Btstlan, is 
■he Xurhsus Stafelalp {ai&y; v; burTo troa i, B. 1^„ L. 1, 1>. 4</„ 
P. friim 10ft.. wBl! ipolen of), with a chiming view (winlor-.potl-). 
Heme to the Unrnigel-^ai] (p. 161), S M. 

The railway now leaves the Gfirbc-Tal and runs to the E. Beyond 
(18 M.) Seftigen (1900') it traversea cuttings and drseenda (view uf 
the mountains) \d (19 M.) Uetendorf. — 19'/, M. Thun. 

Thun. — RAn.wAi Statiobb. Thun, Uio chief atstlon, on the N.W. 
Hido of Ihe town (tesUnrant) ; 8cfter«iioe» [buffet), to theS. (fotlntcrisken), 
where ateamer pusengsia ilight. A new miin atation is mm being 
eteeted. — Tbe Stbamkb (p. 168) oalla at ■nam-Stadt, a pifr at Hofsletten, 
tbcve tbe Thuneihof (right biok), and it Schfrndigai (p. 167). —Electbio 

Hotels. The Inrgo'r hoteis are eloaeif in winter." At HofBtelteci 
*GraJid-H5tel Tkanerhsf, with mtdeo on the Aaie, SOO beds (loni 7, B. fj,, 
L. B, D. 7, P. from 17 fr. ; *E6tel BOlenue * du Fate, lae beds, *H6t.- 
rtn*. Vicloria-Btminganeii, with groqnda. 100 heds, 'IT6t.-Pent. Beim- 
Rivage £ Terminta, 60 beds, U theae Ihree K. frcm 5, B, !, L. 5, D. 6, 
P. from 18'/. fr. — *Schtm»-mta Freieahof (PI. cl, with garden on the 
Aaie, 50 befla from 4, B, i, 1. 4, D. B'/i. P. from IS fr. ; 'Falke (PI. a), 
00 beds from*, B. Jfr.Soc., L. 4, D. 5, P. from 11 fr., with rivet Umce; 
Krone, Bathaua-Pliti (PL BF), 30 beda, with tbe Ritakeller reatauraot, 
„■_ .«...i_ ._r., ._„_... .._ . ., --les^ from 4, U 4, D. 4'/,, 

'U, L. S'l, 

fl(i»»tnjuaAo^ {temperance). B»hnhof-Sl 
" - " from afr.j i' ' 

EiameittaL 10 beds, ^. from 

Penaloiu. JErholimgaheim SoKnenho/', 30 beda, P. ft<im 10 fr. : 
Obere WaH, on the Jakebshl^l (p. IBS; 85 beds, P. from S fr.); FriaUm 
{10 beda, P. from 8 ft.) SiMBm^rWnt ((ObedM, P. from T fr.), hoth al 
DUtreoast, to the S. of Sehetzligen ; Lang-I»in=, at Qlockenthal (p. 161); 
Iianibach (SO beds, P. ftoio 9 fr.|, Bngenlialile, (15 heda, F. from i\ fr.], hnth 
at Hanibach, I M. from Thnn, hIiuvo the toad t« HiltDrlinuon |p. li',7J. 

Kunaal-Casino) with Earden, near (he Kutel BuUevue (tramway- 
tiOB, aee p. 161) ; coneerta daily 4-6 p.m. (adm. 70 c.| and B-lO.Mp.m. (1 fr.). 


Obirtand. THTTN. Kap,p.ie4.-Tri. B.4S. IfiS 

Baths in the Aue, to tbe N. el the town, an the Schntbis PisinODSde 
(see below), 60 0.1 hot baths at the BOtliz Baihi; medicil bitha at the 
AtpenHiek Ba*li», Fratig-Slr«e«e, and at tha Hfltel Victoria tp. 16!). 

Trunw&y from the atstion in one direction to atoeSceaOuUiai Slelfit- 
burg (p. 1S4|, i M. in ■/■ hi.. 45 c.\ in tbe other Til HUlerftngnt to Int'i- 
laken, see pp. 107. IBS.— KotiOTCBn thrice daily to GoldvnU [p. 1114 ; 
Vi hr. : i fr., back 1 fr. 70 e.) anil HeiUgentiAiimiii (n. ie4: fin nii», ;, hack 3 ft.). 

Cartiagen amt Motor Oan according to larilT. — Boata and ICotor 
Boats on thr! lake accoriiing Co tirilT. 

Post & Telegraph Office (i'l, P). Billii-.SIraKse. — BnqQiry Offloe 
Bt Hofatelti^n (map of the liRbt hanli of the lake, «Oe.l. 

Bnglish Churab, ia the greuad* &hove the Bcllevuc (romp, helnvj 
no serviceir in iatlj. — Roman Catholie CAurcA. above the Ttiiinerl»>f. 

Thp Art Pottery of Tbnn has somE [epnlattoD. The ehiet potteries 
ice at Heiinbecg and at Stefflsbarit (p. 164). 

Thun (1870'; pop. 14,163), aqaaint old town, chsrmingl; sitiiateil 
on the rapid green Aare, 'I, M. below its effloi fruni the lake, is a 
lilting portal to the beaatitnl Oberland. It commandg splendid views, 
to the .S.E., of the snowv peaks o( the Blomljsalp and the Doldenhorn 
(eec the Niesen Panorama, opposite p. 165), with the Nleeen in Ibe 
foregruunii and the 8tockhorn chain to the right of it. Than is a 
;;arri son -town for artillerj and infantry, with barracks and train- 
ing gronnda. Below the town, on tho right bank of the Aire, near 
the barracks, is the Federal station for cavalry remoanis (aboot 
6U0 horses). 

Above the town rjees the bold square toner of the old castle of 
Ziihringen'Kybvrg (1935'; PI. S), with its comer-tnrrets, erected 
in 118S and adjoined by a castle built ia 1499 by the magistrates 
of lierne. It may be approached from the K. gate {'/i ^- f""' ""' 
nl.ation, vii the bridges); by a covered flight of steps from the 
KalhauB-Platz (PI. £ JP) in 5 min.; and from tbe S.E. by another 
flight of steps or bj an easy path from the H5tel Victoria- Ban ni- 
gartcn. The castle contains a local mnscam (daily 9-5, adm. 60 c. ; 
iSnn. 30 c). A walk ronnd the castle rrvcals beautiful views. Still 
finer is the view from the pavilion in the corner of the graveyard 0' 
the Pariah Church (PI. K; built in 1 788), to the S.E. of the castle. 

W>i.Ks. The shady SOtKMa Promenade along tho toimin); Asce lies 
K.TV.from the [own.— Heat theThnnerhor(p.l6i) anavenneaaeendealong 
tlie Ufittihsch, whence we divert to the nght to the Enutiyh C'AurcA and 
ulwve it follow a well-shaded path to (» min.) the pavilion on tho VaJiOba- 
hU^el li\W), which may he reached also in <U hr. t.y leaving the tlofatetten- 

path (steps) on the left. Tlie pavilion o^mmands the lake, tha'Alps (troui 
the Kinstersarhon. Eiger, Mlinoh, and Jiini^frnii !■< the BlIinilJKulp sod tbe 
Doldenhorn), Thnn, and the valley of the Aaie. — Another walk is by tlie 
pronienade an the right (N.) bank of the Aace, aerosx the BUchinuia, with 
• M Bne old trees, and the SeematU, to the (SO min.) Neegarten, at (he 
outh of tbe HDnibaoh. Ftom (he BSebliDatt we may eroas (be Aare by 
lat to Scher^digen {f. 107). and return by the left bank, — At the 

beginning of theBKflhimatt a road (1.) aeeends to C/ihr.) lmRie4, where 
it bifurcates; I. throngh the wooda to the Wartboden (i;, he; o. I6II1 
r. iietween the Cafii Biedhof and the Villa ttarpieiiVe Xn V^Uiiii.^** 

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poinlH the wmy to tl 
may mak« the ateeu 
[1 hr.) Qaldiwil ruia. 

The UuldiwU load, wbiubiliver)!«">'> His ii|;hl tniB tha Stcfflibov nil 
It tba 'Habili', 'I, M. to tha N. of tha loan (•hoitn pith to the light it tki 
Hai.-PBas. BBumnrten;. ludt iloiw Iho iIofc otiha aTQiUbei« (aiWO. 
the woodH or wUvh ari- intrrHrcted hv uuiii<^ni<i« walkt. Fine view ot tin 
luvn, Tlie vklJuv nr th<- Airr. and Ih,- Slock hum cJialn fiuU 1h^ Hajgieuflik 
IKSM'; I hr,). Ifrnci' ac niiv rrluta ti> \".t hr.) ihe Inwn. in ■ ourTs tuw>nl> 
Ihe N., vit llip Hi-iliulliihfru (tavT: ^ikiia.; \iftt) anil Ihp Hnhrli. 

'I'hx Uulillwil nmil inivtor-.-am, ire p. Iliai Jalu tha road fr<ia> tbr 
UlUshiiuatl (p. IAS) on the Warliiileii lud truen on fi ,l>/i >■/■ hr.) OoldiwU 
(.■tSlV: •Hr'.t.-P.'iiH. .Junitfran, I* bi^ii fraiu 4, B. 1'/.. 1^ /. D. \ P. fraai 
II fr., llc'il.-Prnx. Waldiiark. 4i) beda. I>. frnin 111 fr., iMith Baaly aituatcd; 
I'ena. BlUmlUaJp. 9ii Li-iIk froiu Ji^, T. [ 8 tr.l. — Tu tha 8., no * bniMh- 
Toud, U M. fr<ini ThuD. liea IMliyeH-ehweHdi (S74iO. with > cantonal uu- 
totlnm for coneuniptivea, 'LK. to the B.W. ol which it tha "-" 
(M21'), iffoidli^ ■ vltw of the Itke and thr Alpg. 

LoiiaBB EicuBwusa. By tnmwiy (te a p. lOS) Tii OlodcenOuit i:fraum, 
see p. 1«) to tba canaiderabla liUiKe of atefHsbozg (1930*; Lindhana Inn), 
on tha Ziiif (rail, alatim, I'/iH. to the W.. nee p. U). wheneg wa aaj 
WMand N. In i/, hr. to the ScAiiittii-eufr-Biul (»»G-; ;o beds^ a healtb-rcMiit 
with a apring contain inn a Inn. Thmre we niaj- cro-« (Uf HarUitherg (OK!; 
Faoi. Beilavur, vith rentaiuantt to (>,', In.) HeimberK (Ppna. Alponblick, 
r. fium T It.), a villaKe of lAW inhab,, with important potteriea {rail. 
BtatlnB, Bee i>. II), 3M. frrjiu Tbun by the hifAroarl. 

A highMmL {dillgonoe to SghwarBeni-re in 1 hr. Sf> nlin.. I fr, 10 e.l 
Irada from Steffisbuis to (t'/,M.) Vnitrtangrargt, where it fork*: to the 
right to Iff/jM.) Kehnm-ZiHifgii (.TOOR'; Biir. M bads. 1', tuU-v tr.l, a aonur- 
reaotlj to tin- latt vil Hrimranrkuatvl lo ilie IN H.j SBhIeKVU-Bid 
(IltHT; Kikrhann, lIHl imii. V. rnnH 8 fr.l. a hFallhrewrl with a ohaTyhMI' 

apriiK, in a venlint valley RHrriHiiKlril 

rmii tiw aiMiffm ((XIW; Vj hr.). Dilln 
3tT.»le.; p. U). 

biliBruoti (t'/alir.; 3 !r. SO •:) From Tbun via (3'/.U.1 THcrackmi 
(TOM') tu iJifc M.) «Ii/ laHMfu^tiii (KllWi Jil hnia. P. from H fr.).— ,(iii- 
witiiiHafti, Hi% 11. to Ihi- EI.W. of Tiiuii, lirM i.n a .luiall lake and hn an 
old Fhurc-h and HrtlK. Kninan Ininh-i biv<- Ih<i>ii ronml in Ihe vkialtj. 

43. Spiez and the Lower Eander-Ttd. 
The Niesen. 

From Tbun and Interlaken to Sfi': by railway, lea R. ita; by steamer, 
■ee R. Ut; lililachUerg Railway, kbo 9..&i: Simmcn-Tal Kallway, aee K. U. 
Tha railway atation iinr! sti-amer-iuay at Spiei arc connected by tramway 
^/i H. in S niin.; SO c). — The lanrer LotcU at Spitz and in the Kanilrr. 

Til a'ro open only from April or May till tie]>1em1>er 

or October. 

SplM. .- \ew Bailwat Station, with good rcHt 
*0r.-H6t. Splti^hof, with »nirdon ami lake-baths. 

*Park-HnM Biibfnhrrj,, 8 Biin. above the Ht.ilion. in 
BO heiia, •Hflrnlrn: 10 beib., in thme tour R. fr-nn 
P. from ISi/j ft.; *Kur)iauii * BliU.illlialp. hilfwiiv 

ne view, 115 bed.. 

between [ah? and 
H. «i.b «.bnr.«t 


I6fi in.RMat4x NIRSEN. Bar 

BenKsU or TuuMdeli Fasi (Hlfltf 1. IwlWMS tb* VoTgralwnfaan ud 

(be Schwalmsro. The dnccnt vii) the HinMrbeig-AIp to (IVi hr.J Suatni 
(p. IJT) ia Uboriom. — The "MoranbtrifiKm (738S') u glimtMd bom 
Aeicbi In S hra. vll Aeachl-AllniRnd iDil Bninniilp (toilaonwi guide u- 
reHsry, SO fr. ; lee p. 171). The SGAinilmeni (91S7'; tikei X hi*, from 
the Hfn(ceH-P»"* (toiliomd; (oiiile necfHiiirv; aeo p. IJJl. Thr J>rei«pi(; 
lUtll-). (inai AeKchi (hroiiKb the Bnldtil yn Ihp L<(HnKn-AI;> and Scknf 
Alp in Rlirri,, Willi guide, ia nut ilifflcull Tor experia and la hi^ly r.'- 
r'limnieii'lpd ; \W- AfmttiX may he made tii ih<' Kientil {p. *08). 

Tlii^ Latsclilicr); Kiiilwu; (p. 208) ii^uut-s beneath the Hondrirli- 
llOgel )))' » luimel, 1 M. \<mf, and tln'n ascenits (be Emdtal, as the 
vall>7 of lhi< Kaoder Is licrr railed, <m the right bank of the stream. 

3M. Em^al-Hewtrick (207"') i.i the station for (10 min.) 
BadHeuBtrloh (2308'; Ilad-H<-ilel, 160 bedv truiii 5, P. fro hi 
13'/, fr.), on the left bank, at the K. fi>ut nf the Nieaen, uceoded 
hence by a liridle-path (4'/j-5 brx.). The spring eontaina alkali, 
salt, and BUl|jhur. — Farlhrr i>n wi' iibtain a view of the Bl&nilis- 
aip, with ita three peaks. 

4'/, M. MUlenen (2273'; Surine, 14 bi-ils fruiii 2'/,, P. from 
S fr.; ron.i. Mnlciit-n, dO liedx, 1'. 7-8 fr.) is the station for Aeechi 
(p. 165) and for the m nun lain- railway up the 'NieBSii (7762'j, 
the ontlier of a niomitaiii rhain extending to the Wildatrnbel. The 
cable railway (50 min.; .'> fr. there and baek; 16 fr. including 
supper, bed, and lireaktasl at the top) in .'^85 yds. long and has u 
iiiaxiniuin gradient of 66 : 100. VarrwyfiH are rhanged halfway at 
Se/nronfftyj (5479'; restaurant; view). At the top is the IJ6tfl 
N'lesenkulm (7664'; 20 beds from 4'/,, I>. B'/j fr.), a few minuti>!= 
walk froju the sunimil. The view may be compared with that fron' 
the >'aaIhom (conip, the Panorama, p. I<i5), the great snow-fields 
of the Blflmlisalp being seen to perfection. Best light just before 
Kunset and in the morning before ten o'clock. 

At tlie N.W. fool of tlie Nlesi'u, rsiu'licd from Spiei by tlic 
Simnien-Tiil Railway (p. 216) or on foot via Spinii-iter in 1 ■/* hr., 
lies WitnmiB (2090'; f,n*e, 2.i beds from 3, B. 1 fr. 80 c, D. 3'/,, 
S. 3, P. from 7'/, fr.; Nicseii), a village of 1471 inhab., with pic- 
tureBrjue wioiicii hnuses and an old chnrch. Above, near the falls 
of the Biinjfiith, is the iniposinjr easlle, originally a seat of tlie 
Weissonburg family, orcupiiil atler M4!l by' bailiffs, and 
now used tor government ]>uninscK. 

The bridle-palh fniia Winiinia up Ihc Niesen <3.Gi/, lim.; shady is 
the forflnooni guide nnnei'i^iiHSrv) akirlM the fuot of th« UuiBfluh, divergea 
tD the li'Ft from Ihn ruml boj-und tbe {K> uiin.] Staldeobnch. and ascemJa 
in ilKzagi througli paatiitca and wouilx. Beyond {!i hrn.) Ihe BergU Jnii 
'\SW; heih) wu cioaa the Staldenbich to tbe ViiUre Staldeii-Alp (4941'). 
lu IVi hr. more we paaa the chaleta nf ObertoldeH (iUISi)'). The view 
Urat i*veala itaelf over tbe UVi br.) Staideitagu (ewsO. an ar.^le between 
tlir PrnmlierKborn and the Mieaen. Heuce lu the tup H/, hr. 

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44. From Thun to Interlaken. Lake of 

a. Tbunersee BaU'msy. 

BiuuE Alpuk Uah.wjlI (elKtrlc), ITM., in aO-HO min. (fiiei 4 Fi. gs, 
S tr. IS e.) ; from Bame to IntepUken in IVj-! Irs. (Urea 8 fr. 30, fi f r. in o.). 
. The tickets ire avtilsbla also tor th« Bteanboit (see p. 1«8). 

raiwi, see p. 162. — '/,M.Scft«rzi^en (buffet), at the efflun of 
the Aare, elose to the steamboat-pier (sec p. 168), has an ancient 
little church and the castle of Schadau, with its three towers and 
fine park. To the right, the Stoekhorn chain ; to the left, the Sigria- 
wilerOral and theBernese Alps from theWetterfaorn to theBlUmlis- 
alp. — 27jM. GwaU (1850'; Schifle; Post). Bejond StrOUligen, 
with its old tower, we cross the gorge of the Kander, 98' deep. 

6'/, M. Spies (2070'), junction tor the Simmen-Tal Railway to 
Zw«isiniini^n and Montreux (R. 54) and for the LUschberg Raiiwiy 
Iri Kaniiersteg and Brigiie (R. 52). The station is high above the 
villa|Te (tramway; see p. 164) and affords a splendid *Tiew of^the 
Lake uf Thna and the monntAins on iU N. bank (the RalligstOchu 
anil the Sigrjswil Rothom) ; in the foreground, Spiez with its castle, 
aiiil to the S.E. the Bernese Alps. 

the bank, passing throngh three tonneh neftr Krattigen (Knrhaiui 
(lertlinLatt, 60 beds, P. 8'/,-B tr.). — 12'/, M. Z.6iBBlgeii (1879'; 
Weissea Kreu*, with garden, 30 beds from 3'/,, R. I'/s, L. 3"/), D- 
4'/,, P. from 9 tr.; Hirach, Steinbock, at both R. from 3, P. from 8 tr.), 
pleasantly situated amiri orchard,'). Reatenberg (p. 170) is visible 
high above the N'. haul. 

14Vi M.DsrUg«Q (1850'; Hfit.-Peus. du I,ac, 'l^li. tram the 
station, on the lake, 60 beds; Pens. SchArz, B. from 3, P. from 
S fr.). Another tunnel. To the left, near the Influx of the Aare, is 
the ruin of Weiesenau. The train skirts the Aare cana! »nd reai'hfS 
thp station of (17 M.) Interlaken (p. 171}. 

b. Tramway on the ITorth Bank of the Lake. 

H M ELEtrtBTO Tbimwav io 1 hr. !fi min. (sfr. lOo.; retuni-tickpt 
t fr 90 « ) — Camp, the map publiehed by the Thnii Enigairy Office {p. tSS|. 

Stirling at the railway station the tramway runs N. across the 
isianil to the C/iM.) Kareaal (p. 162) at Thmt-HofstetUu, then 
. rOBses the BSchimatt (p. 163) to (BVi M-) Hitlerfingai (p. 168), 
and thence skirts the X. bank of the Lake of Than (fine views of 
the Bernese Alps) via (3</,H.) Oberhofat-Rieiier (p. 168), (5>/,H.) 
Chmten (p 169), the chateau ot BaiMgen (p. 169\, &ii.4.t:\>^\0^ 
Meibgeti (p 169), at the month ot l\ie Ina^.w-TaX. kA t?>Mx*^ . 

K.*H«iiiKfl SvilzBrl»nd. af.tli V^lUiou. W 


168 in.a.44.-lhpt,pj,.tC4,ie7. LAKBOPTHDN. »rntte 

Beatetibueht (p. 169) diverges the wble trimway to Beatenberg 
(p. 170). — The line then follows the Hne raid high above the lake 
Staidiauenen (Hat.-Fena. BeatushOhle , 35 beds from 3, P. from 
8 fr.) it crosses the Sujidgrabea. The tramva; qaitB the lake at 
Beatit^ad and beyond Neahaxis (Pens. Kreuz, P. from 8 fr.) run* 
to the left acTMH the Bodeli to (13'/, M.) UnUrmxn-Dorf {p. 174) 
and (14'/, M.) Interlaken (main station; p. 171). 

o. SteamLboat Jouraey. 

IW/i M. Stxamboit (tfliUuimt on boird) b IV.-* h"- ('"en i fr. Gn c, 
Sfr.i ntoiD-ticlceti T fr. SO, 4t[. eOc). — FamUu Seaton TielaUii. lb, 
or SO diy>) m available lUo foi the steamers on the I^ke ofBiienE. 

The steamer (camp. p. 162) starts from Thmi-Hofgfetten and 
stops at Sch^zHgen (p. 167). To the right is the castle of Scbadan. 

The *I]ake of Thim (1840'), which the steamer now enters, is 
18 sq. M. in area (1 1'/i M. long and nearly 2 M. wide) ; its greatest 
depth is 702'. Its great attraction is the magnificent view il coiu- 
mands otthe great peaks oFthe Bernese Alps, TheStackh()rn(7195'), 
with its conical sammlt, and the pyramidal Niesen (7763') rise on 
the right and left of the entrance to the valleys of the Kander and 
Slmme (p. 216). To the left of tlie Niesen are the glittering anow- 
fleldsof theBlflmlisalpj on the right, the Frflndenborn, Doldenhorti, 
Balmhorn, Altels, and Binderhorn gradually become visible (from 
left to right). In the direction of Interlaken appear snccessively 
(from right to left) tbe Ebneflnh, Jnngfran, MOnch, Kignr, in tlie 
foregrouod, and farther off the Schrechhorn and Wetterhorn. 

The steamer skirts the N. bank, at first sprinkled with country- 
honses and orchariis, and farther on covered with woods. 

3M. Hllterfingen has an ancient little church and the modern 
chCLtean of HUnegg. The steamer-quay lies between Hilterfingen 
and the next village of Oberhofen, which ban a picturesque old 
castle and many country-houses. 

Hotels at lIiLTSBFiHaBir, all i;i>od. Wildbols, M kedg [lom VI,. 11. l^/„ 
L. Vl„ 1>. SV„ P. (ram 1! f r. ! Xarbach-SUterltngea , 5S beds from 4 , B. i^^^ 
L. J,l>. &, ?. fromlirr. — Pkhsioks. Vmailagda,ioUfii,P.!romUfi.i 
SehSnau, iB beda, V. tram » fr. : Eden, i& beria, P. rrom H (r. ; SchU«l,iihl, 
higher UP, ir> beds, P. from H fr.; WaldJieim, V. fruin 8 fr. 

HoTHj Ai Obeebomh, all good. Victoria, 85 beii., Mou, WO l.dd«, 
MorUaaa. 60 lieilii, in those throe K. from i'l„ «. l'l„ I- *Vi, U. AVi. P. 
from 12 fr. ; Kreue. 50 beda (rom 4, B. !»/., L. 4, D. i'l„ P. from 10 fr. — 
Pbsbiobb. Park, 30 beds, P. from 9 fr.t SchSnau, 86 beds, P. from S fi. ; 
Zaugg, !0 liedi, P. trsm » ti. ; Mr, 10 beds, P. from S f r. ; Obfrhafaii 
P. from 8 ft. - Aholtoah Sekyioih (June-Aug.) at the Hfitel Moy. 

Between Oberhofen and Qunten, and reached from either in 
'/, hr., two view-points ('NnHabanm' and 'SchOnOrtli') on the Eriz- 
hahl (2624').comDianil the lake, the country brtweeii Tliun and 
Berne, and the Aljis. 


OtarianA MRRLIflBN. ilap,p.iC1.-ttI.B.44. mg 

4>/, H. Gnnteu lies on the month of the Guntenbach , which 
Sows through a ravine about 1 M. hi^er ap. The hill-slopes are 
planted with vines. 

Hotels. •Hirsch, 100 beds, vitli garden, •HdMl du Lac, IDU bed«, 
in both tbeBO K. from 5, B. 3, L. b-B, I>. 6, P. fiom IS'/i fc- ; HAt.-ifena, 
Kden S: Eliaabea, Ai beds, P. from 11 tr.; BeUetme, i5 beds, P. frnm 
Hi/j f r. ; rem. Quntenmatt, 30 beds, P. from H'l, It. ; Jtrctu, P. fiam 8 tr. 
•U, bMk 1 tr.) winds un froni 
' -- ' ,S5bedi.inh»th 

15 beds, Dab Fin, 

views! The ^ume (iblT) la ucendBd hence in S bta. vll Schvaitdeti. An 
intecestiiu: path (4 hni., with anide) leids viiZde and Wiier Ml»'eiid lo 
Ihs (8'/, hts-l Unter-Bergli Mp [6610'; fine viewi) on the SigritteU-Gral, 
and thence vii Ober-Bergti (S9TB') to tho |1V. hr,] top of the SigrHmlrr 
BothOTn (6736'; final ascent very itoep, for steady beads only). On the 
abmpt S. slope of the Kotbnin is the ScAo/TsA (5910';, su Ice-cavern, 

The steamer now crosses the lake (on the left appear theMrmck, 
Eiger, and Sehreckborn) to (6'/, M.) Bpiez (see p. 164). The t»-i) 
blaefc peaks seen to tbeE. over tlieS. bank oE the lake are the Faul- 
liiiL'n (r.) anil the Schwarzhorn (1.; the broader ot the tM'o). Fartber 
nil, on the S. bank, is the village ot Fatdensee (p. 1G5). 

On the N. ba^ik we observe the abmpt Sigri»mil-Grat, with 
tJie bold RaUigttScke (5452'), the Sigriswiler Hothom (see above), 
^iiid the Niederbom (p. 170). On the lake is Schlou RcMiyen 
— 8^/4 M. Merligeu ('Hfit. Beatiu, with garden, 70 beds rnini 
4'/), V. from 1-2 (r. ; HOt. des Alpes, 45 beds from 4, E'. from 
1 1 f I-. ; Pens, dn Lac, 20 beds, P. from 8 fr.) lies at the montli of 
the Ju»tis-Tal, np which a pretty foofpath ascends to Beatcnberg 
(!■/. hr). 

d'/s ^- Beatenbuoht (restanrant), the landing-place for 
Beataibere/ (see p. 170); The Nate, a rocky headland, here jiitu 
into the lake. High np on the steep bank rnns the bold road 
(p. 168). On the la]ke ia the chateau of Lermi. 

14'/, H. BeataBhohlen is the landing-place for the raves 
inhabited in the 7th cent. bySt. Beatus (adm. I'l^tt.; length of visit 
l-I'/( hr.). They lie 30 min. walk from the quay and 10 niiii. abovo 
the road, whence, near the W<ddhaas Beatushd/Uen, a, putli ascends 
along the brawling fieatenhach, which issues from the eaves. — 
Tramway to Interlaken, see p. 167. 

The steamer, which sometimes calls at Leissigeu (p. IGT) and 
])asses Ddrligen (p. 167), both on (be S. bank, next outers tlie Aare. 
Canal (I'/jM. long; to the left, the ruin of Weisaeiiau) and stops 
at the landing-place ot |18'/j M.) Intfrlulcf^i, beli-w the main 
station (p,171). 


170 III B.*4.-MdT;pp.te7.fii. BEXTKSWfSB. Btrmte 

Fboh Bkatbvbdcht to Butsibebg, eftble r^lwa; in 14 mil. 
(uceut 3 fr, 35, down 1 fr. 30 c; retnrn-ticket 3 fr. 90, on Sno. 
Sfr. 55 c). The line is l&20ydB. long aud hu ui average gradient 
of 35-40 : 100. At the upper station is ■ restanrsiit. — The fool- 
l>atb from Mer)i);on (p. 169) is better than that from Bestenlincht 
140 min.). 

From Imtkrlakkh to Bkatkhhkro, b; road, 7 H. (carr., see 
p. 173). Tbe road diverges to thr left from the Habtern road 
(p. 175) about '/< hr. from tbe poat offlre at iDlcrlalien, croBsea 
the (6 min.) Lombach, and winds through wood, past tbe (50 min.) 
RfatauTard LagibTilddi (2950'). Tbe rest of Ihe way is dpvoid of 
shade as far as the (.'iO min.) JlOt. des Alpes (see below). 

Beatenberg. — HoTKU (uuumeiHed from W. to B.; open g«ner- 
illy in amnmer on];; onuii1n»e> inil mutor.cara from the statioii to the 
Pens. Waiaegg). 'Gr.-lfOt Benltiihen, ^!■ A'HrAaw, it the W. sad of 
the villige, » min. fToiD Ihe itBtion, ISO lieds from 4'k. B. IVi, L. VU 
D. 6Vt, F. ftom It fr. ; I'ra: R(Hriia«. Ml beia, P. irora 8 fr. ; Edel 
iceim, SObedafrom S%,B. !■/«, L. Bi',, I>. 4, P. from Dfr.; Pmt. Beatai, 
JO beds from S, P. (romtlfr; Bralriee, lo IjeiUfrom i, B. l^,, I.. 4, D.i, 
P. from life; Biamliiialp, Immed down in Ami., ISii ; *Of>erlaiti, 
r>5 beilB fii>in 4, H.VU, ^'■*, I*- *'li. P. (nun 10 fr.; ^ WalilTimd-Beaii^ 
jour. - ■ ■ - ■ - - — -- - - ■ 

r.r, 70 bed 

», P. ftnil 

1 10 fr.; •Bi-MHeutt, 

Til he 

<)•• froni 

< 4. 

1). n/„ 

L. 1, 

*7t, P. f: 

roin 10 fr 

.: Pern. Fomrila, 1 

1! bed> 

, p. fr. 

!'/, fr" 



g; *Victo, 

ria t K«r«iutalt, Vl 

,11. fi 


tioi, iOO bed. 

i'l„ L. 1- 

S, D. 8.10, P. fmm 


tax i ti 



Poat. IDO bed. from 

■l'/». ' 

a. IV., 

4'/,, D. 


iiim I* ( 

I.; *Beaa-Btoard, SO b<-di fi 

B. sl* 


'•I^ D. . 

B. r. 

Pena. J\ 

■.; ♦Seifepw, 

rbede fto'i 

D 4, B, I' 

')., 1.. i. D. i, P. ft 



™, 40 buii 

» from 3', 

'i. P. from B fr.: 'Seglna ralact. 


'■ beds" tri 

im 6, 

B. *,' L, SVi, n. W/.i'l'- ffnm 10 fr.: JftKimtoi * ite««. Eiger {Pre 
teaUnt boBtol), JG bedi, P. from 9Vt ti. ; H6t.-Petu. de* Alpft, » M. frui 
the alation, 5S bcdi from a'U, P. from S fr. ; Pens. Wajdegg, in i quiei 
Hituition, V. M. to the left of the lotd, P. from Vkti.; II6t.-Beat.Amli- 
imhl (loe bolow), 40 boda from ai/„ B. I>l|, L. S'!,, D. 4>^, P. from fr,, 
Kood. — LoDOiifas. — Poit Orrtcxt at the W. end and In the middle of 
the village. Cabriaok- S fr. for the let hr., tben S fr. per hr. wiHi 

The village of St. BeaUiAerg (3773' ; 1081 inbab.), a favourite 
health-resort, frequented in sunnner and winter, elretcbes along 
the flunk of the Beatenbcrg for S'/s M., intersected on the W, by the 
Beaietibaeh, on the E. by the Swndqr^en. Footpaths run parnllel 
to the road on either side. Admirable views of tbe Alps, from the 
Schreckhorn to the Nieaen, ineloding the Eiger, MBneh, Jungfran, 
BlUmlisalp, and Wildhom ; best from the *Aim»b1lU (4383' ; hotel- 
restaurant, see above), reached by a narrow road from the Kegina 
Palace in '/i br. (1'/, hr. from the station). 

Keir Iho Knrbaua la > gruide-poeC indieiling ib« way to the Waldbraad 
(ib min.), the Vertast, and the rfiederhom; one at the HGi.-Pena. Blnmlia- 
■Ip indleatea the FaraOa Promenade (3 min, E. i« a rather ateep dea- 
rent to Schicaiidi and Riindlinenen. p. ]<!«; I hr.); another near Ibe 
HBt.-Pena. a,-hi)n«gK >bon> tii» way to llie riRlit down tn tbi' TitFf, ynrl- 


Oberlaiid. IHTBRLAKEN. «aiiK,pp.is7,i73.-iit. n.4d. 171 

Jtmnaiade, ind Matte, to the ls(t nphiU to the Ober-Sireluate, Sdii:di, 
Mrr«i4«A, Burgfdd, A'JAlerAom, Miii Xeuf Prommade; 1 fonrth, ml 
Da, pMnts npwirdi towarda the ParaSel Frometiaite, Wytti- 

brand, Eanidi [Vt br.). and Burgf^. 
Tfae uceot of the three peike of " 
iliB *Iftaderhorn (SiW) from the 

Tfae uceot of the three peike of the E^Oggitgrat 
- — " ■ Kurhans or H6t. 

iJly Ihroagh wood ; the •Bursfeldstand i61W), 
_. _... _ . e put the Kinseli {seo iboTB) ' — ' ■ 

Qemmenalphom (6110'), vil the Amiabahl (p. J 

__i ,.: ._j J, "-■-'- 

Alps, the met 

1 HStel BelloTue put the KonKeli {,te iboTB) in av.' fan. 
_ mmenalphom (6110'), vil the Amiabahl (p. nO), Wilder 
AUmend, LsimerBn, and ftei 

the f ribuui^ Alps, and the Diahlorc 

the Ikisclbere and L'ri Alps; to the X., the (oot-hiUa and the Juia 

the W., »t out feet, the Juati.-T»l, bouoded bj the SiBtUwil vhatii 

from the GemmBnalphorn to (I hr».) Habkcrn, see p. 115. 

45. Interlaken and Its Environs. 

Berne.G Alpiiii- 

, ieni line (p. 2W) 

;inii uii- iii-intiiie uueriaiid Sailwiy {-p. 171). at the F.. end, i M. fioin the 
fimt-nained. They ate connected by the Bcrncsc Alpioe Bailvay (1 U.. 
iu 6 luin.). Molor-omnlbKiei' ud cabs at faelh BlatioDa. ~ Bteamboat 
QuBTs: tec tbe Lake of Thim near the main elation; for the IMe of 

EotoU and FensionB (moelly open is "umaier onlv. eicept thoea 
neat the rail, stations and in the i.>entre nf the: loirn). (hf tbi: HdnswEii ; 
'Gr.-Hit. Viclaria (PI. »), «W bed* from 1, B. S'/i- T" ', I>. 8, P. from 
18 fr.: *Qr.-mt. JuilafruH (PI. .1), 300 boda from B, It. J'/j, 1,. I, 
I>. S, P. from 17 fr.; *S<;hicrt:xrAnf (PI. *), »BI1 bed" fmm 8, B. »■/,, 
L. e, n. 7, P. ftnni 16 fr. : •Brliied^t (PI. A), inn betJH from J, H. t. 
I.. 5, D. fi, P. from IS fr. ; *Gr.-H6t. Bouid St Gwrnat (Pl.W). IfiO bcdii 
fi'oui 6, K. 2, ].. fii/„ I). si/„ P. fruin 1(1 ft. ; 'UraiAflMel « Henii-Wcam 
(PI. 0), 11U bade from a, B. VU, I" *t. I>- T, P. rmm Ifl fr. ; "lliit. ^la Aim' 
(PI. I), 110 liedo fn-m 3, It. «, I» b, U. II, P. from IB fr.; *ll6t. Intur- 
laken (PL K), IIW bedH frou 4>/„ H. i, L ^ l>. a>,>, P. fn.m li fr.; 
•Bouaiio (Pi. W), mi hi^da from i, B. Vl„ '- d. 1". 6, P. from II fr., with 
jmrden-rchlanrant; *VarttOH-Br^Hia (Fl. 13), Sh biMln fnmi .'•. II. S, [.. 3, 
1). 8, P. from IS tr. ! 'Kiirope (PI. M), 711 bed^ from i. H. 1';^ I.. -I. 11. r., 
P. from II fr.; •/«(. rf« Lac (PI. HI), nrar thK Oh« Mali.iu, Ml bi-ili> from B, 
Jl. i, 1.. 6, n. 0, P. from IS'/i 't- 

To THK S. or TUB HiliiKWicn ; •/leKMrwf (PI. IS), by thu ■iii'ldlr Aart! 
bridge, 100 beila frnui 4V«, B. !>/„ I» 4>/3, »■ r>i/„ P. from It fr.. with gaiden ; 
7Jnrd(T,IIaider-St,. 60, Kl bed* from Si/„ 8.15/4, 1.. SVt, U- «. P- f rom 10 tr. 
- Ou the small ieland of Srm.H^Trsx: 'Hit. ilu PliHt (PI. 18), near tho 
uiiddle bridge, with garden, 60 beda from i, B. 1%, I.. 1, I). G, P. fruiu 
llfi'.. •Ci:>itral*Oo»UnentaHP].M), at Iha lower bridge over Ikii Aare, 
near the eUtion, IS bodn from i, B. |9/„ 1.. 1, D. B, P. from 11 fr.; 
Kront, 40 beds from t'lt, P. from n fr.: FiMf, Harktttaaite, 16 brd» 
from 3, B. Ii/i, I.orl). U>/>, P. from 8 fr. — At L'lTBBSncN: Hdt.-ItHii. 
HeUnia (Ft. »ll. ib bola from Wt, P. from lOfr.j lifax-HUe (PI. IB), 
J.-, beds from f, H. !»/„ \,.A, 11. 6, P. fr. Tr.; Wffi^r (PI. :17), fin IiihIh 

i, P. from U fc; 'Purfc HoUl (.e\- ^ 

D,g,-„.u ..Google 

17J III. Route 45. INTKRI.AKKN. Benfe 

from I'll, B. I'lf, 1,. <>J„ D. (•;„ P. fniiii II fr.i Itnt. Quitivtna, Alpen- 
Htr., IW i«da, P. froin 10 fr. ; HH-Pau. SOdoit- ViOa , Alfwa-Str. , 40 bcda, 
P. from 11 ti-i iVw. Beau-Sijour, RuteD-Utr. 10. 40 beda, P. ttom 
a tr,; J^ra. vilia Irit, fi»rten-Stt. 13, SU btdi P. ftom 9 (i.; Pen*. 
iUume, Jm^rrtn-Btr. SO, tO bedii, P. frum A (r, ; Blautnvi-Hdtei Portuna 
ll'l.Sfii tempermce), Bcmi-Stt. SO, i6 berln from 3, P. from 8 fr. ; HM^Pent. 
AtpeiiUielt(Pl. U), *0 Uda from S'/i. B. 1";„ 1.. 4, D. *'/« P. trma 10 fr. 
•Btgim-IIfM JunsfraiibHO,; in an eloTiitpil poaElii.n on the Kleins 
Kunii (p. 17i), pgmmindlng a aplendid view, HE b«dg from 1, B. gi/. 
L. J, 1). », 1". fn.m 18 fr. ~ *Or.-II&t. Xattenhof (PI. 21), with groundi, 
ISO tind* (rom 6, 11. 8'/,, L. ft, I). 7, P. from IK fr.; *llBl.-Feuii. Somte 

I PI. Ul. 10 beila fr»iii 4, B. I Vi, I-- 4, 1). G, P. from 10 fi. : *H»t.I'rtii. Alpina, 
M liorla frum S'/i, B. l*/,, I" 4, U. 4>;„ P. from 10 fc. 

To iim W. or the HAimwEO, in the dlrcutlon of the mftin stitioa 
(nana l>; paaaing tFaTolIura) : *8riaidtd <PI. B3], 70 beda fmm B, B. i, I., t, 
I). H, P. from U tr. ; *flir*:ft (>1. SB), 70 beda from 4, B. I'/., !■■ 4, 1), 5, 
P. ftsiii 11 fr.; 'OlKrlaiid (PI. IS), ISO beds from 3, II. 2, L. ^ I). H, F. 
from la fr. ; •Vcftw* A-r«us (PI. Ill, 1» beda from 4, B. 1 tr. 80 c, I,. 4. 
1). B, P. fr»m II! fr. ; LtiBe, 30 beds from S>/i, B. ]>,'„ L. S'/i, D. 4, P. from 

II fr.; B/tr, W beda, Himeprioos; Goldner Anker, 10 beda, P. from S 
SeftBon [PI. 40),30bedB,P.fromBfr.; 'mt.-Peni. Kreb»{V\.i1), '0 1 

from 4, B. », L. 5, D. S'/« P. from 11 fr.; T ' — ~ ' 

from i'U B. l>/„ L. 4i/„ fi. 6i/„ P. from li ft. 
fromi, B. l»/„ L. 4, D. B, P. from 10 tr., «l 

Boj-ond the main «Ution, in the KuKen-Park-Straaae: *HU.-Pen». 
St. Golthai-d (PI. 31). 75 bods from 4. B. l';„ I.. 4, D. 5, P, fmm 11 fr. ; 
■*TouTiate, 15 beda from 4, B. 1=^,, L. 4, 1). 41/1, P. from 10 fr.; *£rf<-» 
ffoiei [PI. 3i), 100 bed" from *'/.. B. l>/,. L. 4'/.. V- 6V., P- from J» fr.; 
Siinplon (PI. aa), 70 beda from 4, fl. l"/„ L. 4 D. B, P. from 1 1 fr. ; Pens. 
Rvgenpark, Eugen-Park-Btr., 30 beds, P. from 8fr.; Hut. dc la Paix 
[JcwiBh); i>eiu. Flora, Ri^n-Park-fitr, as, 10 beds from 3, P. from 8 fr. 

Hotela and pensiona in the eiiTinma. At WiLusKafliL [p. 1781: near 
the BtBliou, IIhI. OUaiiof [PI. M}, OS beda from S, P. from S fr, ; H&t.- 
Paia. Aipenrone [PI. 41), 80 beda, irst-ltiu. Juagfmn IPl. 46). 60 beda, 
at both tbese R. from »/,, B. IVv 1- 0V>. 1>. '<, P. from B fr.; in tbo 
Tillage, on the Iduterbninnen tomT liar [PI. 40), 60 bcda. Bdt.-Pem. 
Mvtmblick (PI. 47), M beda, at both Ibeac It. from S, P. from 8 fr. ; IKtet 
de» Ah>ca (PI. 4S), t<0 bcda from SVn B. l>/i, I', i'lt, J>. S, P. fiom 9 fr. : 
VkPiria, Si beda from S, P. Imm S fr.; to llie W., hurher up, *H6t.-Pent. 
HcMablM (PI. 4»). 80 bed*, *i'arJl«»» WOdeniea (PI- 60), 54 beda, Penx. 
Btrgkof [PI. 56), 19 buds, in tlieae K. from S'/i, B. VL, L. 4. D. 41/,, 
P. from 10 fr. ~ At UKafCNHRH (u. 17JJt 3cMo»i-mM iri,tpun>,<tR, near 
tbo rnin, 70 beda from 4, B. l'/„ J.. 4, 1). B, P. from 11 fr.; •iraM-aoid 
<t Pen*. Juaiifrati. SB beda from 4, B. IJ;„ L. 4, D. B, P. frum 11 fr. : 
Peia. SchtdtM, in boda. — At OaTua [p.178]: llinch, nnr Wilderawll 
alation. — At (iaTRiawTLKn(V<U' '""n Wilderawil-QBteigslition): IMlu. 
HChnifdi, P. fmm 9 fr. — At Goldswii. P/, M, ; p. 173), Park irotcl.m beds 
from 3<l„ B. l'l„ U.4, P. from 9 fr.^At BasiOEK [n. I't), at tho 8.W. 
eud uf tho Uiu, of Bri«n», aerved by riilway and -team.T! IMt~J1<iiK. 
JletUi-SiBe, BO beds, Park Hotel, it) beila, Hdtd dr. la Oare t Pens. 
SciUr, 80 beda, Obrrldnderhnr, 30 beda, at all tbeKC It. from U'/ti H- I'/v 
L. 4, i). 4>/i, P. from 9 fr. ; C/uUet da Smc, IB hods, Pnu. IM-Air, 13 beda, 
at both R. from .1, P. from 9 fr. - On Ihn ABCmnEnn [p. 17S); BOtr^ 

KiibVdH rr<:iii"r., P. from K U.\' IMl'tniu; 1'. ' froiii' 1(1 fr.'; KHi-h'i'n ItrriC- 
taaavn, P. Irum II Ir. 

FumiRlied. Apartmonte (let by Llie week) at tJic t'Aniei HSIicwcff, 



Knraul od th« Hflbeww, with cif 6-niatiiirmiit , theatre, reading, 
gaming, and hflliard rDome, garden, etc. ; maiic in the afternoon and eTODjog 
(also on Bun. momtog); admlaiion, in the morn ins iOo., aftenioi'D I fr., 
evening I tr. fiO o., per week 10 fr., month SOfr. (Ipers. tB, S pere. SOfr.); 
for Bpeciil ontBrtsinioenti higher ohargBs, - - Vnrrom' Tti in the Ural 
m"'lll lir': pM aeMOd «)'fr',° ' " '" " " pennons c, per 

B&th«. Medical Batlu, Alpen-Sd. (open S.30-1K & i-B-ioy. ~ LaJc 
BaiAs In Uie Lake of Thna, near Nenbina (p. IBS); In the Lake of Brieni, 

TTBm'w» from Interli 

.176; Jnni: I>t-Scpt. l&lh), OTery Vahr., in iOniin.; faru 3 f r. ' 
diiil back * fr. M o. — Up tie Sch^ge PlaOe, «e p. 176. 

Ottbs. I'rom the aUtion to Intarlaken, Untenten, Hatt*D, BSnigei, 
tisteig, or Wllderavil t tr., caeh pers. citra 1 Ir.; per hour with one 
horse V. with two boiaea IS, each additional hour i or lu ft.; to Beaten- 
benr (p. IJO], 18 fr., witb two horses SO fr., to the Kurhaua ii andJOfr,; 
to ttie Bealnehijhlen (p. !«!)) I3 fr., with two boraen 22 fr.; to Hsbhei-n 
(p. l?a] iSandWfr.j toSaielenlp. I7J)*Bfr.i t.. Lauto.biiinnen 16 and 
iB fr. (tbtTu »nJ back, incl. one hour's wlit). 

Foot A Telegraph OfBoe (PI. F), at tliu Vr. enil of the QSh"- 
wtf! bramh-ofHoo opji. the Beau-RiTigc (p. 111). —Enquiry Offloo 
(Virketire-Bureau), at the entrance to llie Kursa^ (S-1! & S-ti). 

Tourist AgetitB. Thomia Cook it Suit, Haheweg (in summer only; 
OXL-urBiona b)' rail and luotor-car). Money may be changed also at thr 
Volkibaiik, near the post office; KanUnuMatik, Zentral.Plali, onp. the post 
office; a, Betickai, fiahnhofs-PUti; Bemer Handdibanlc. Hiihewag. — 
PuoTOUKAPHio UiTiBiArjt at O. l/ikka, Babnbof-Slr. 

Ouidea (generally to be found In the USheweg, oppoaite the Ueul. 
t^<'hah, see above): Eduaid and Oottfried Foue. ProTis'ons fur tuouoCain 
excursions should be procured st luterlakeu. 

Aviation. Aeroplanes start from the new aurodrome near tbe Lake 
of Thun, reached from the main stitioa by tram. 

BngliBh OhuTOh at the Monaeter; (p. lH; sanicea Juue-8epl.). ~ 
Prntbyterian Strvicei are likewise held at tbe Monaetery dnrii« the 

]jite,i-laken (1866'; 'hetwccn the lakes'), consisting o( the three 
villngcs ol iTtterlaktTt, Matten, and Unt«r»een, nttli a total popula- 
tion i>r 8747, ia situated on the low land called the BSdeli and 
formed by the allnvial deposits of the LUttckine, falling into the 
Lake of Brienz, and the Lombank, flowing W. into the Lake of 
Thun. Interliikvn is one of the oldest and inoai frequented tourist 
remirlH in Switzerland ; sheltered Ijy a range of mountains frojii the 
N., it enjoys s mild climale even in early spring, for travellers 
with plenty of time und money to spare it lui^es an excellent head- 
quarlerK for excursions on the lakes and in the Oberland, and many 
are wont to refresh themselves in the intervals o( strennons monn- 
tain-clijubiiig by iiii occasional visit to the sophisticated pleaHnros 
iif this fashlimable lioliday'reaoit. InterUken has many charming 
old Wooden houses, wilii overhanging eaves and shingle roots. 


174,p.t7i. INTKELAKEy. Btrnme . 

The chief report ot visilcn ii the *Hfihair«g, an iteane of old 

wslnnts snd plsnes, Suiked hj hotels, temptiog shops, and the 
Kursaal (p. 179). It comtnuidB a tamoiis view of the Jangfran 
&cioa8 the Hdhematte (finest hy evening-light). To the rig^ht, near 
the upper or N.E. end of the Hshewcg, rises the old Monatttry of 
Inierlaken, founded in H30 and snppreaaed in 1528. The monwlerj, 
with the CattU added in 1750, ia now occnpied by government 
ufflees. Different parts of its old chnrch ire now used for the 
Anglican, Preshyterian, and Freni^h Proteslant services. Adjacent 
1b the Roman CtUkoUc Church (1908), — The prolongation of the 
HOheweg leads to the Oat Staiion (p. ITl) and the landing-place 
of the steamers on the Lake ofBrienz, and then to£dtM^en(lVtU' I 
hotels, see p. 172). The Brienz road, diverging to the left at the 
HStel BesDrivage, crosses the Aore. Beyond the hridge, to the left, 
is the footpath leading to the Harder, and to the right, the station 
of the Harder railway (p. 175). 

At the W. end of the HSheweg, ulmoBt opposite the HGt. Ober- 
land, the road to the Eleine Rngen (see below) diverges to the left, 
while that in a straight direction leads past the Post Office (PI. P) 
to the Main Station (p. 171). — The Markt-Str., diverging to the 
right at the post office, crosses the islands ot Spielmalten to Unter- 
Ken, with ita old Froteatant church, modernized in 1894; in the 
cemetery arc graves of English, French, and Belgian interned 
prUoners-of-war who died here in 191l>-18, The road to Merligen 
and Thun (pp. 168, 16T) leada hence to the left, and to the nght 
that to Habkern and Beatenberg (pp. 175, 170). 

The *Eleina Hagen, a wooded spnr of the Groese Bagen, 
offers attractive walks and varying views. The principal path as- 
cends straight from the conspicnons H6tel Jnngfranblick (1968'; 
p. 173) to the walk encircling the hill. Turning to the left, we reach 
the 'Hnmboldtarnhe' (view of the Jungfran and Lake of Bricnc) and 
the C/i hr.) TrinkiiaUe (cafi-reataurant), commanding the Jung- 
fran, Mfinch, and Schwalmern. Farther on, beyond the 'Scheffel 
Pavilion' (with a view of Lake Thnn), is a memorial of the forester 
Kastbofer, who, at the beginning of the 19th century, planted the 
hill with specimens ot alt the Swiss trees. Then past a reservoir 
and a chamois enclosure, and back to the Jungfran blick. Other 
narrower paths ramify in every direction. One ascends to the 
(25 min.) Rugenhohe (2425'), where three clearings in the wood 
disclose views of the Jungfran and the Lakes of Thnn and Urienx. 

A deep ravine, the Wagnereii-Schlucht, separates the Kleinu 
and the Groase Rugen. On the road leading thronjtii it is n memorial 
to Bernhard 8ludcr, geologist '1794-1 H87). Kai'l Jiei' <m the mad Ii'siIh 
.S. pHHt the Cafr Unspunneu, llie WaJd-Hr.telJuugrrsu (p. 172), Hii- 
brewery, aixi the ruin of Unapimiien (2031'; the trailitiniial res- 
idence ot Byron's Manfred), to ('/, hr.) Wildorswil (p. 178), afford- 


trland. INTBBLAKBN. Iinp,p-n>i.- 111. H.iS. 175 

news of the 

Th« steep N.W. Blope ut the Grosse Bugen (2624') ia known 
aa tbe 'Helniwehfluli (2818'; cafi-reeUnriuit), reached in 3 min. 
by tbe cable railwsj (p, 173) at Ihe end of the Engen-Str., or on 
foot in 20 min. from the Wagneren-Schlncht by a path divergiog 
near the Stnder memorial. It commanda a charming view of the 
BOdeli and the lakes. The Jnngfran, MOnch, and Eiger arc seen 
from the adjacent belTedere. 

A more extensive anil pictareaqne view is commanded by the 
*Abeivlber2, which Tiaes above the Grosse Ragen to the S. 
(l</f-2hrB., I'/nhr. if the Heimwehflah railway he osed). We follow 
the road to tbe [*/4 hr.) Satteli, whence a bridle-path ascends to the 
left through the woods to the (1 hr.) B6ld Believe (3735'; p. 172). 
The (20 min.) Sieb&tahr Tanjte (4125') commands a charming 
view ut Lake Thnn, lylng/ar below. 

Another footpith leads from the hotel up the slope of the DarUgen- 
"-at to the (!■;, hra.) Botcntgo (6*M^, with a fine view. From thia point 
leLrisrfoenBT'at, witlithopB«]iaof JWftaeooCBMS'), G™99eSc*iflIi(6ai6'), 
■ — ' -tcMffH(86BJ'], BitendBtolhei(orpBi(jerffao™(73«5'), butfrom 

imp. p. 177). — A patli lesdB from the Abandberg to Saxelfn 

the L(:*s»ioenB''at,witlithopB«]ia of JWftaeoffCBMS'J.GrosseSciiflli (66760, 
and SleJM Schiffti (HGB7'), eitends to the Moroenberghum (73S5'), but from 

■ ■ (eemp. p. 177). — A Mtli lesda from the Abandberg to 

a i-'l, br. [ae take Ihe npper pith to the right in the i 
e aeoond chilst). 

(p. 177) ii 
behind tbe bi 

The wooded slopes of the Harder rise above the right bank 
of the Aare. To the left of the Brieni bridge (p. 174) paths ascend 
to the (V, hr.) Bohbahl (2070'), a paviUon with an inacriptiou 
referring to (he viaits of Weber, MendeiBsohn, and Wagner to Inter- 
laken. Thence we proceed either to the left to the ('/^ hr.) Lvat- 
billil, a view-pavilion, and the (Vt hr.) Qoldei Promenade, or to the 
right nphill vil the Dntcre and Obere Bleiki and the (1 V4 hr.) view- 
pavilion on the fl(n"(i«rmannii(3634') to the ('/shr.)//or(ieTji:«im. — 
To the right of the Brienz bridge is the station of the cable rail- 
way (p. 173; 1593 yds. long; average gradient 58:100), by which 
the top of the Hardergrat ia reached in 20 minnten. Above the 
station al the top ia the Ittttaiiraal Ilarderlmbn (4345'), com- 
manding a splendid *View of tbe Bernese Alps, Interlaken, the 
Lake of Thun, etc. (telescope). Pleasant wood-walks (Elfenwcg, 
Rond-Point,Nordwc^; eicnraions to ibeHoteFCuh (5690'; I'/jhr.), 
the Wanniktivbel (5215'; 1 br., for esperte), the Angstmatlhorn 
(p. 176: 3'/, hrs.), etc. 

on the Brienz toad (p. 174), overlooke lake Briens and the lombre little 
Fiulenfipe or I.ske of Goldswil ; the rainei) tower is inapfleasiUe. — A walk 
IMM be l*k<.<, b, lie »ajnr i.iad ("r l.y -.i |.iitiir«(,|ii„ put!, ..rOKSing th- 
hjl!. br..v.i,.„ tl,,- road UHil, Br,.-!,;.) 1., I7, hr.) HH,gg,;,b,-,« (|i. aiwi. 

'I'l. ■ii.K llA.iKEttiiT*i.. Th^ road (i-om llut'-rarru fii. 171) >kirla 111- 
W. base of the Ilorder auil ascendH the left bank of the Lumbal^ It 
laaMy cresseii to ihe right Ijank and oscenda in wiudinea to ^!u '^'CSOiifi 
of (4Vi U] Eabkem (9600*; Bile, clean), altuaUA 3,m\4, ^wn. -^uVuik ^ 


Ohetianl. , SAXETEN. Mapii,Mi-l 

(I ht.) the lock-gite of tho SeAaj 

Tbe old pith han deBCenUa to tbe 1^1 into tbo S^lgiatil i: 
ailgUtal Lake (69680. Tbe new brEdle-pulh (ted in»rk»), to the right, 
MC«nd8 gndoallv on tho K. ilopo of the SOgithdmer itnd thon rapidly 
to tho S. Hide of Ihe irGle and round the rock; cauldrou of the Weitt-Tal 
te the top of the Winleregg (8!66'). Paaeing (1<(, hr.) b bidiII shelter-faol, 
the path ucsnd* rapidly (o (90 min.) > lai^ei hnt, oioeaea the FaiOegg 
<844!>')i whert; WK ue joined on the left by the old path from the Sigiitu 
lAke, and reaches (1 br.) the top of the Faolhotn (p. 181). 

From tiik Schthiok Pi.atte to ZwxiLlJTeCHiKEF (p. 178; 3 fars. We 
diverae to tbe ripht from the Faulhorn path (see ahove) after lOmin.; 
tniidc adiiaahle (S fr.) ta far aa (he lonei chaleta of the Ii^lenAlp {bilVy, 
then an caity ]>ath thi-oogli Vooda. 

Tlic SaxEten-Tal, which runs op from Wilderswil-Maliiien 
(fi, 178), is trSTersed by a road leading tu (2'/« M.) Ihc TiL»gc of 
Saxeten (3602'; BOt.-Pens. Alpenrose, 25 beds, P. from 7 fr.), h 
htallh. resort in a sheltered aifuation and a good lieadqnartcrB for 
ixcni'sioas. The valloy is picturesquelj closed by tbe Schwaimeru. 

The 'SulogB (7915'), not difficult, iB scaled from Saieten in i-t<lt hn., 
.villi [Tiiide (10 fr.). We asoend either by tbe bridle-path past the (•/, hr.) 
wiiterfalle of the QHTbenbach aoit Weiubaeh and Til the Neislem Atp 

tfl tbe Bellen Jfii 

- ■ - ■;, hr. We 

{'■•2Vo\ whence the SeUmAScAtl (.GS6V) it easily aac»uu»u .u -„ «,. ... 
Ihcn shirt the steep N. and E. slopes of the Sule^ for •/. br. (B"od path), 
nearly ae far as iba Obere S«U Mp (eewi and, keeping to the right, 
reach the top (grand riew) in 1 hr. more. The rieecent miy he maie to 
taenfiuh |p. 178) Ti& the KAhbodmen Mp and Gnmnum Mp, ei lo JfflTTeii 
(p. IfilJ vil the Sitls Alv and A^bigten, — The ^UoTftenboTshom 
(7385') m»y he sstended from Siieten in i. hrs. wilhonl difflcnlly (guide 
16 fr.). The path. diTerging lo the right frou the road '/, M. lo the S. of 
Saieten, ascenda past the ehaletB of the Hinterberg Alp lu [3 bra.) the 
Bengali or TanzbOdfli Patt (ei6H': p. 166), between the Morgenbergham 
»Dd the Schwalmem. Thence we aecenil (an path] along the S. andS.W. 
flanhe of the monnUin and finally by a footpath again lo (I hr.) the top. 
The view is very picturesque, hnt ttie higher Alps appear less imposing 
than from tho Sulem;. The descent on the N.E. aide to the Ahendha^, 
liver the Tocke of the SChi/pi and the I,fiiiigaigrat, in very dangerous 
(«ec p. 175). — The ascent of the Sohwalmom [BIM") I'a laborious 
(5'/, hra.; guide 18 fr.). We follow tbe Sulegg route to (S'l, bra.) Uia 
i-iuls Alp [see aboTe), whence we proceed to the S.W., skirting the Loh- 
hi^nier (p. 178), till we teacli the enow and dibria of the elopiagE. Sank 
of the Scbwalmern. A gradual ascent over this brings us to (B hrs.) the 
ir^te and ('/i br.) the aummit (BScAit-Sclivjdhiienil. The deaceat t« tbe 
Renggli Pass is toilsome (see p. 1S6; to laenBnh, eee p. 178). 

46. The Lanterbrtmnen Valley and 

FioniInfcrlakontoZ.aii(erbrunnen, 7ViM., Bkrheue Obeklasi. Ejiii^ 
WAV in 40 min. (Urce i fr. li, i ft. 55 c., return 6 (r. 80, 4 fr. 5U 0.). The 
railway (maiiniDm gTBdient tPU: ICO) lias abort sections on the laok-and- 
pluion system. Giieiilar lunr fmm Tnterlaken to Irfulerbrnnneii, the Little 
Mcheidegg, (IrindeEwild, lilJ ba^k to liiterlaken, nn fr. US. 18 ft. I* c- 
(liokelM valid tor 10 days).- The following *Eiijnrsiun (one day) it nowr- 
mcoded: by railway to J/firren (p. 181; i hrs.l, ^a\V. Vv'i ftxiMfB*" 
(p. 183) and ihe SoUleii Fall lo tbe Upper Stelnbera is- «''■■. W*** 



1 iWtioii). Back by r»ilw-.y lu Interliken in •/, hi. The »iBW8 
iium muiiirii dnd the uppsi SUiobcrK ueimDng the fiiii»t in SiritiBrlud. 

The train {carriages marked 'Lauterbranacu') leaves tfae Inter- 
lalun-OH station (1865'; p. 171) and carreB roand throngh thL' 
fertile plainto(2M.)WlldeF8wa(1925';ha(eU, seep. 17g),Btatiun 
tor the adjoining TiHages of WUderawil, at the month of the Lflt- 
schinen-Tal, Gtteig, with its ancient parish chnrch, and Mulinen, 
ut the mouth of the Saxeten-1'al (p. 177). — We cross the LOtsckine 
and ascend its right bank throngh vuod. On the left hank is the 
highroad. To the right rises the Eotehfluh, overtopped by the 
Snlegg (p. 177) ; in the foreground is the M»nnlichen (p. 188), with 
MOnch and Jnngfran to the right. We cross the Black Ltttschine, 
which deae ends from Grind eIwE,ld. To the left peers theWetterhom. 

5 M. Zweiiatsohlnen (S150' ; BnfTet ; Bir, 20 beds), jnnction 
of the Qrindelwald linD (p. 188 ; passengers not in a throngh-Darriago 
change for Lauterbrnnneo). 

A biiJlG-path. shadad in the IflernaoD, diveiKlng to tha li^lit frum 
the LLBtsibrimnen road after V, M., saqeads the hfllBiile elceplv to (I hr.) 
XMnfluh (9603'; Hdt.'FenB, Juuefrau, tJO bade. ?. frum 9 fi.1, nituatcd oa 
a anniiy terrace, witli a Bplendid 'View of the Jungfrau snd iH neighboure, fromL»Blerbniaaea(9oebeloii-). — FBOMla«n.™ToM0iiKBH(31irB.i 
yebow niarka ; guide 10 ft.), a very fine walk ; we follow the level path to the 
P;,hr.)«OMl»M;*; ascend to the (>l,bi.) Spnatenu-etd ; then moBtly through 
wood to the (Vt hi.J eriUscli Alp (p. IBO), and thence to (1 hr.) Uarren 
(p. 181). — The LobMriier (8I.W and N>1V), 5 hr*. S.W. of leenfltih. [■rovide 
one of the Uneet and most difficult roi'^-diniba in the Ohi-rland (wire 
cope). From leeofluh lo (he Nalegg (taib'; 3-3i/, hta,; guide IS fi.) and 
the S(Ai«iim<™ (MSB'; 6 hta.; guide ISfr.l, nee p. 171; to (be ScMltttoin 
(SJM'), through the Saoatal in lirs. (fioide IB fr.), Be.' p. 181. 

The train croaaes the While LuUrhiiu: and ascends (two ruck- 
and-piniun sections) the wunded Valley of Laiiterbmajiea, bound- 
ed by limestone clilts lUOO-lSOO' in height. It erosscs the Saits- 
bach, which (lashes ilowu on the right, and pauses the Hnnnenflnh 
(p. 18tt), a hngc towcr-likc mck on the left. 

7'/] M. Iiauterbnutnen. ._ OhanKn earriageii for Miiireu (p. i8i| 
and for Wengern Alj> Knrl Orindelwald |p. IHTiJ. 

HOTELB. *NtM«back, at the AUtiou, 60 bodH from *'k, B. 2, I,, f/,, 
U. H'/i^ P. from li fr. ; 'AdUir, 70 heda from 4, B. 13|,, I,. 4, D. 5, P. frum 
II ti.; Staiibbaeh, SO boda, H6t.-i^iu. OberUii^, (HI beds, in both R. 
from 4, B. l>/i, L. 1, D. i'U, P. frum 10 tr.; WiAtMB Kreus, £5 boda, 
BBt.-Fm». JiiHfffrait, afi beds, U/H.-Ptnt. HUbeThom, SO beds, IlitL-Pea*. 
Edtlieeitt, to beds, tt theao three R. fioiii 3'U R. !>/,. L. S>/i, D. 4, P. frum 
U b. ; mt.-Pe«a. TrammHbaOt, naar the TrdmHielbaeh Fall fp. 179], SO bsdH 
from iUt, B. i, L. n, U. e, P. trom » tr. ; PHiM. AtpenUiek. likewian near 
the FoIlT P. from H fr. 

oud Ulrioh vonAllmen; Friedrk'h Piieha; J.Uertseh 

Hoinrlch and Eniil Brunner; Fritz Hni^'ler; Priti 8 

Smolibii CuDitcu (Miviuea iu July and Aug.). 


OlMrland. STAUBBAOH. Maju,jip,tti,iBt.~-lIt.S.4e. i7fl 

ZjOnterbnintten (S61S' ; pap. 2S93) , a pretty village ou both 

buiki of.ths LQtscliine, straggies for 1 M. along a rockj vallej, 
into which in Jal; the Bun's nj» do not penetrate before 7, and in 
winter not till 11 a.m. It deriveB its name ('nothing but Bprings'} 
from the nnmeroDS streams that descend trom the rocks, or from 
the springs that rise at their base. The snow-mo nntain tu the left, 
rising aboTe the Sehwarze UOnuh, is the Jnngfran; to the right is 
the Brci thorn. 

A pleasant walk may be taken by the Saueberg Proiaenade: tit tbe 
falls of the Sauibach, >U br. ; to /nntitub (p. tW), l>/i br. Taking the path 
thLt BBrrenda to tbe left fiom the Slalnbock Hotel piat the SilbeihDrD, ami 
pBtuing beneath the UUnen Tailway, we aacend tbe easy path atniglit on, 
wilb fine relioBpective TlewBot tbe Jnngtran and lbs Iduterbmnnen valley. 

By the H6tel Stanbbach, aboat 8 niin. from the station, the road 
forks. The left braneh descends past the chnrch to the TrSmniel- 
bach; the right leada straight on to the (5 miu.) StttUbbftOb 
('spray -brook'), the best-known of the Laaterbmnnea falls. This 
brook, in dry summers disappointing, desceods from a jutting rock 
in a leap of 980', moat ot It, before it reaches the gronnd, being 
converted into spray. A path and rock-gallery (SO c.) permit the 
visitor to pass onder the (all. 

The road to tbe left at the fork crosses the Laischine (on the left 
is the bridle-path forWengen, p. 1S5) and ascends its right bank, in 
view of the snowy Breitbom and the Schmadribach Pall. In */t hr. 
we reach tbe HSl.-Pem. TrillKradhadi (p. ITS). A path diverges 
bere to tbe left fBr the (7 min.) lowest 'TrammelbaciIiFaU. Tbe 
narrow gorge, through which tbe copions TrUmmelhach, fed by the 
glaciers ot the Jnngfran, descends in five cascades, is rendered access- 
ible by steps and paths and by an electric lift (adni. 1 fr.; water' 
proof desirable). The third tall fs tbe finest. 

Througb the IVflmfcien-T'oI direcHo (he Waigem Alp [^. IST, i'bi*., 
with guide, li fc). trying bnt intuesting. 

The road continues to ascend the valley to ('/, hr.) Stechelberg 
(30aO'; H5t.-Pena. Stechelberg, P. from 7 tr. ; Alpenhot), opposite the 
exit from the Seflnen ravine (p. 183). The road now becomes a 
bridle-path, which, SO min. farther, near the (i.) chalets of Sichel- 
lavenen (3277'), crosses to tbe left bank of tbe LStscbine and then 
ascends over meadows dotted with trees, with a view ot the wild 
Kottal(p. 185), on tbe left, to ("/^ hr.) Ti-aoli8*llan8n«n (4145' ; 
Hot. Schmadribach, 28 beds), a clnstcr ot chalets. 

The path hence to the (l'/^ hr.) Schmadribach Fall (blue marks) 
ascends tbe left bank ot (he Lfitschine to the (13 min.) 'Bergwerk', 
a deserted lead-fonndry. Here it diverges to the left from the path 
to tbe Upper Steinberg and ascends ronn^ a jatting rock (the 
'Nadia'; the top of which, 20 min. from the inn, affords s good 
view of the waterfall) and past the chalets of the ('/i br.i Ijoaar 
Sfeinba-g Abp (4480'), where it crnanes l,\.ii \.\if. VM, tWsA.^ 


1^0 th.Bo«if4B. tTPPER StKirrBERG. Jftrw* rtt«*«.rf. 

. ohaleU) the Talbach (two bridges). AsceBdiug the piatores on the 
rlEht bank, ve ksep on u far ae the rocke, then, leafing the LOger 
Chalet on the right, erosB the debris to the toot of the (>/« hr.) 
copiong ^BohmadtlbiMh Fall. — From the 'Bergwect' it is pre- 
ferable to Fullow the path to the right (red mirka) which zigiaga d|i 
a gorgi^, clad with firs and ferns (very nnpleaaant in wet weather), 
to the chalela of the Ammerten Alp, and thence to the Upper 
Steinberg (5805'). Here (1 hr. from Traehsellanenen) are the 
Hetd Tinhingellwra and (10 min. farther up) the H6ld Ober-Stdii- 
bery (S900'). The 'View of the mountaina and glaciers enclosing 
the upper valley of Laaterbrannen is glorioas (best point of vieu 
aboat 300 yds. beyond the Ober-Steinberg Hotel); from right to 
left are the Laaterbranner Wetterhom, with the Tschingelborn 
behind it, the Breithom, the beantifnl Breithorn Glacier between 
these, then the Qroaabom, Hittaghorn, Ebneflnh, Gletscherfaorn, 
and Jnngfmn, while directly opposite is the Scbmadribach Fall. — 
In descending to Trachaellauenen , we diverge to the right imme- 
diately below the HOI. Tsehingelhorn (red marks). 

A >tUl Brmdor v[ew is obuined from ihe -TanabtSdell (10100, Hip "■ 
■par of thf> THihiDgelomt, ieacta«d from the Uppsr Stelnbeig in i hrf.. 
there HDil luck. A boy will ahow the w»y (aWiHly head necesairj'). 

A somewhat titlguing route (gaida idTieable) leads From the HSt. Ober. 
Steinberg along tho moriine of tbe TschiaBfl GUoier (p. 1*4) put the 
Oberhom Alp to the {I'U-l'l, hr.) 'Oberliom-Bes (MBii'l, s heautifiil 
lillle blue uVh in the rocky hollow Wween tbe TKchingel aij<l Breithorn 
QlacitTH. flence to the (H hrs.) Sfutthorii Hut, iieo p. Ihi. 

Fkom LAtraRBBItUMNKB TO MCEHiai. — Cable Saaaa/i and l.ighl 
JioitunuinlGniin, (Sfr.. thei'fiinil Uick Th.Mf.}; toOrnt»chAlp in SO iiiio. 
(S ti. SOc), whence the rest of Iha jonrnoy is best made on foot. The 
Btatloa ot the cable railway Ilea juot shove the main or Bernese Oherlanil 

The Cable RiiLWAY (average gradient 55: 100) monnts through 
meadows and wood to the ("/< M.) GriiUch Alp (4890'). Here we 
change carriages for the Licnt Kail wav, which follows the hillside, 
crossing several streams, to {S'jffi.) MSrren. Even before we reuch 
the Grfltach Alp a magnificent **View of a grand amphitheatre of 
niountainR and glaciers ia revealed: tbe Riger and the Monch, the 
Jungfran with its dazzling Silberhorn, the hnge precipices of the 
Kchwarze Mtlnch rising abrnptly from the valley, the wall of the 
Ebnefluh with its mantle of spotless snow; then, as we approach 
Mflrren (near which the Jungfran disappears behind the Schwarze 
Munch), to the left of the Ebnednh the Gletscherhorn, to the right 
the Mittaghom, Grosshom, Breithorn, Tschingelborn, Tscbingcl- 
grat, and QspaltenbDm. 

The well.kept Bridle Path raOM I.autirbruhnbh to UOkkih (£>/> hra.; 
dcBceot IVthr.) ia deatitute of shade and ia not recommendeil eietiDt in 
the early morning and after It inoend a rapidly 


Bemtte Ohtrlatid. MflKREN. IIl^BoHUie. li^l 

bridge (10 mln.) it uceuds throlgh wood, ciHaes tlie l»t atia-i Lauibaeh, 
uid nuhei (>E min.) the bridge over the acuity PtaicMacli or Staubbaeh 
IKST; rfmt*.]- ^b then obtiio i view ot the JiiB|fnD, MflData, ud Eieer, 
irblch rsmiin in sight lor the teit of the wiv. Farther np, hj [id mm.) 
I uv-mill iiSiV), ws cioiB thies brandies of the Bpitibaeh. In !0 mln. 
inore remch the brink of the piateeu, ud then walk alongside the railway 
m 1»0 rain.) Mttrren. 

UQlTen. — HontLS. ^P/iiaet HoUi lUa Jlpa, t min. from Ilia 
Btation, to the right, pp the hill, with centrlE hssting, 2M bods from 
1 ti. (SO reoms with ba«i9), B.i'l,. 1,-7, D. 8, P. from l!fr.; •Orawt- 
mtel -t Km-haus, 6 miii. from the station, with jcatanrant UiA view- 
terrace, twbedii, same pricee; *Begina-Bdtil £eait»tlt, 7B beds from 5, 
B. i, L. &, D. B. P. from IS'/i fr. ; 'HBl.-Peia. Jvngft-aa * VictoTia, 80 beds, 
*mt.-pene. Efger, 80 bedn, at both these K. horn t'l„ B. !•(„ L. «% 
D. 91/,. P. from 1! tr. ; Bet.-Feiii. Alpenrvhe, in an open sitnation S nin. 
farther S..-tO bads from 4, B. 1'/., L. ii/i. D- S</|, P. from IH/, ft. ; H6t.- 
i;-iie.£fUeime,iOhii»bomt,B. l>/i, L. A, D.O,P. from nh.;Bai.-Peaii. 
Uislmont, iO beds from S'/t, D- *■/>, P- from 10 fi. ; HSt.-pens. Eddumim, 
4i beds from 4, B. i, L. 4'/» P. 6, P. froiii II fr. ; Pens. BhmenUil, ]« bede 
from 3, r. from S tr.i iViu. CAal^t .^{tinu. At Qimmenwalil (p. ISS; 
npi'D in summer only): Iiat.-l^.m. MUtaghom, B. from .1, V. from 8 fr.; 
lliii.-Pni: liimiHflvidhl, — LuiiiiiaoB at the fhaiel Pout. 

L'>Bi,E Itili.wiT up ]it» AameadkHliet |in Tmin.; UOt y<[i. Iouk; en. 
ilieiils n7-ei:10<i), opeu June to »epl. au'l Dec. Ifith to March, in 7 m<n.; 
r^r.' 1 li. HOC. thirn and hark i Fr. -Ill r'. — The Paths an^ uiarkH and 

PoHT & TsLHiBApn Omci on the Oimmelwald road. — Baim daily, 
ll-li, sltamBtely at the KnrfaauB and the HStel desAlpea.— Visim.Kx' Tax 
jjer week t It., in winter from 7 fr. — Ehoubb CHnnnn (aervipes Jiiue- 
Sept. and in winter). ~ Bonn Ca'thouo Caxvtci.. 

auDKS (all at Oimmelwald, p, 183); Job. and lloltfrieil von Alliaen; 
J'.hann, Oottl., and Karl Feui; Ed. von Allmen; V. Brunnm. Wi»t>:k 

MUrren (5415'), superbly Bitnated on a terrace high above the 
Laiiterbrannen Vallej, is one at the moat freqaented epoU in the 
JierneBe OberUnd both in sammer and in winter. It commanda a 
ramona view, inclnding not only the peaks mentioned on p. ISO, bnt 
also the Wetterhom to the left and the Battlasseii to the extreme 
right (s«e the Panortma, p, 182), A walk leads along the tramway 
lu the (1 hr.) GrMtdt Alp (p. 180), bnt Che views arc better in the 
ri'versf direction. Other walks, reached from the Hut. desAlpea 
ui' from the S. and of the village, skirt Che slopes of the Allmend- 
linbel, a hill on which Srs grow higher ap. The path forks by the 
Aih'iend Mtables: to the left to the BlumerUal ('/i-l •"■■; green 
wav-niarka); to the right, and again to the right after 2U min., 
tu the <B min.) top of the •AUmendhabd (6358'), ascended alau by 
a cable railway (see above) to within 5 min. 'a climb of the aumniit. 
— A similar view ia commanded by the Winteregg (5738'), '/, hr. 
X.W. {we ascend to the left from the OrQtach Promenade 5 min. N. 
of MUrren), and by tbe IVUnUiegg, 20 min. from Mtirren (to the 
left at the gaide-pust, '/t ^* ^f"^ tbe rillage). 

The •Snhllttaam (eiW; 4 hrs.; gnide 1» Jr., uoneceesary in Bood 
weather) affords a panorama of the Bsmeae and Yslais Alps and ul «I 
Swltaerland. Mnnl Blsno i> invisilile from the Bninini*., W^ "•'- ^* "■ 
by descendLni; tbe S.V/ ridge for 10 minutes. Tho va^^^i'.te* i»«^*^ «*" 


ObeHand. MCBREN. IIap,p.iai.-IJI.B.4e. 183 

ong the W, Bids of the Allmend bubal to the Egerienbarh, vhich it then 
.. _. , ,.!_ «^... — , ...__. heUtikEiige-Taluid 

eiter-hnt) to the (B'/yS bra.) rocky bsiin 
p ascent oiei Buov, dibns, ud rosk, 
not, whs was killed Leia by lightning 

1 »anMi the artl* 

161'; panorama by 

iesa^ea down the i 

_■ lightnin* 

, „ .„_ artl* (r.) tu the 

I of (he Oroese Schitthoni (9167'^ panorama by Imfeld). - 

ough the beautiful paetuiea of 

able) ia the desoeot 8. to tSe Soganggen Alp {see bcloir)' ' then viS tba 
Seftnen Alp and the TeufeUbTUcke to the SeHnen-Tal and Qimmelwild. 
Supeib viena. — Descent hy the Telii to the EieiUal, see p. i09. 

Ascent of the SOiuiaTebirg (WNT), vii the Bietaililcke (88600 in 
S'/i hre. (guide 10 ft., not indiBpensableJ, easy and intereBting. — GroltM 
Hundshorn {9etW\ B hia. ; guide 13 fr.), si4 the Boganggen Mb (eee below), 
not difficult. — £uIeM (IBlAOi Ti£ Mpbig^n, Bauiboden, and Sub-jUjI ill 
b hra. (guide 1^-18 A'.], Bee p. 177; descent past the Bdlen Alp and 
Z.«i«r jtoefern Alp to (3 brB.) Saxeten, aee p. i!7. — iJibliSnier (p. 178), 
via the Orlltaeb Alp (p. ISO) and the Sanaial, 8-7 hrs. 

A gnide-poat it little to tbe S. of the Karhaas indicates the way 
(to tbe left) to Gimmelwald (and Stechelberg) ; 100 paces farther on 
we descend to the left, and in 7 min. more we cross a bridge over 
a fall uf the Marrenback. In 30 min. we reach the village of 
Qimmelwald, sitaated on a terrace (4552') at the brink of the 
Sefinen-Ttd, which is enclosed bj the Bflttlasaen, the Gspalten- 
horn, and the Tschingelgrat. The road to the right at the be- 
ginning of the Tillage ieado direct to (8 min.) the H6t. Schiltbom, 
while that lo the left descends to the two other hotels (see p. 181). 

To THE SEFinsir-TAi., an intereating walk. To (he W. of the HAtel 
Schilthoin we cioae the [5 min.) SchUtbiuA, ascend on the left aide of the 
valley, and (>/, hr.) crOBB a bridge (Pflrten; l.)l WB then enter » pine-wood, 
and lastly, in a grand baain with numerous waterfalla, traTeiae atony 
di5bria to the ('/, ht.) QipallenAorn (or Kilclibalm) Glacier, at the foot 
of the OBpaltenbora (p. E09). 

The route to Stechelberg passes the Hotels Mittaghom and 
Oimmelwald and (20 min.) crosses the Sefinm-LUt^cktne. After a 
short asiieut we again descend, through wood, and cross a brook 
descending from the right, enjoying a view, to the left, of the Sefi' 
lien FaU. Xbe path divides (12 mia.): the branch to the left descends 
to {'/< hr.) SteiAelberg (p. 179); that to the right goes on at the 
same level to TracAsellavenen ("H6t. Schmadribach 40 min."; 
p. 179). A ateep footpath (white marks) diverges to the right from 
the latter after 6 min. and ascends past a deserted spar-mine, to 
the (I'/i hr.) HOt. Tachingelhom on the Upper Steinberg (p. 180; 
'i hrs. from Miirren; gnide 10 fr., unnecessary in good weather). 

Pasaea from Mlirrsn and IiButarbnmnen. Fsoh UOruh 
ovEH TUB SirieBs-FuRSoH to ibb Savtu., attraotive (6>/i hrs. ; guide 
17 fr.). The path [white marks) aBcends S.W. vift G^mmelen and lonud 
(he Brflnjt (7010'; 1.) to the [»"/. bra.) Boganggen Alp {6710'1, isd finally, 
by an ardnons ulimb t« the left, to the (1>/ihr.) Seflnon-FurKKa (saurv, 
between (he Qrosse Hundshorn and the Bflttlaasen, Oew^«B\, ^.te& iia^uJi 
with view of the WlUo Fran and Blttnili»a.\B, ^.-j a »\o^ ^otbhAVi!*. 

Bizirun's Switierland, I6tlk Bdltion. \1. 


in E.*t. — Mmj*.ff ft: I::. KrSLiy 

-■■ .i«.-:t "irT" i.js; i: :ji:r» "; ".^t T'jSV 'idi'iiV ^y MTP". b1 

Hiiai.-j-.-. H'^l ': 


tpt,pp.i8i,»ti,aao.—m.a.4e. 186 

— (IJOtbr thb WitteblOcke {14 bn.; riiide M fr.), difflcnlt. From the 
(4 hre.) Upper Steinberg snd (IV, hr.) Oberhoni-See (p. 1801 we uoend 
the crBTiBsed BreUhom Olscier to the {i-VI, bn.) WetterlQcke <10,3eft'), 
between the Tachinguthcm and BreithoTn. The daicent leLdi by the timer 
THal Glacier mi the Fafler Tai to the Fa/l^ Alp [f. Sis) ^ad (.ibra.) Ried 
(p. iVI). — (S) Over the Schiudhi-Joch (14-lfi hri. ; guiile 60 ftO, difficult. 
From Ihe (4 hre.) Upper Steinberg and [1'/, hr.) Oberluir7i-8ee (p. ISO) we 
lecend to tba le/t ovei Ike Breithorc Qiicicr ud the rucky u«te deBcend- 
ing N.W. from the OroBBham tn the (4 hre.] Sohmadrt-Jooh (lO.BftS"), 
between the BreitboiD ud OroBshom. Ud tho other Bide we deeceud 
over the JSgi Glacier to the right literal moraine, then into the LOt- 
Bcbental, past the hats at Oletscheratafa to the (4 his.) Fafler ^ 
(p. 348) and to (1 br.) Ried (p. 8471. Or from Qletschsratafel we may 
proceed to the (5 hra.) LlUichenl6cke (p. MS) uid descend Ibe Ortat 
Alelech Glacier to the (a hra.) Omatrdia Buii (p. Mi). 

Frou Ladterbrdbheii to THEEaaiSBOKNoiEKTHE LiuiTOB, difficult 
and Janeerona owing to falling atonea (17 hra.; guide 100 fr,). About 
•I, lir, liey-ond Stechelierg (p. 163) we keep to the left md follow a Bleep 

l.-j fr.) &ud throuKh the wild Roetal to (5 hra.f'tbe new Bottttl Hnt at 
tlio R. A. C. (9068'; aeoommodation for SO), in s magniflcent eituition 
(I'oniji, p. 192). flenee we croia the Rottal Qlacier to the foot of the great 
entiliiir and aitccnd with b long Bpell of atep-cutting to the I,auitor 
MMW). a depreUHion in the long wbII of iic and rook that connectH the 
li.itMh(iTti (l£,Nn') witli the GlOtclua-furrn (13.0V4'). The dea»nt in inaile 
via Ihe Kra.ii!bei-g Glacier and the Great Aletseh Glacier to tho Om- 
cmlia Ilutx (p. 39*). 

47. From Interli^en via Lauterbmnnen 

or Grindelwald to the Little Scheidegg. 

The Jungftan Railway. 

and Wengem Alp to the Sc*eid«oo, li M.. in SVihra. (IS fr. M. » fr-4S t); 
from Lauterbrunnen to Wangen in '/i hr. [4 fr., S fr. GO <-..) ; to Schddegg in 
ii/ihr.(il fr., Kfr. 00e.){ to Qrindelwald in SV>-4'/|b[9. (tofr., li fr. fift c). 
Sport trainB in yinter. - b. From Interliken direct to Griiidelvaid, 
lls/iM.iulV<hr. [Sfr. 60, Sfr. UOe.]; from Qiindelwald lo the Scheida^, 

Grindelwald to Brande^, above Alpiglen (p. 188), — Circnlar tiekets from 
InterlaJten to Lanterhmnnan, Wengem Alp, Grindelwald, and buk lo 
Interlaken, see p. 111. Small truoka msy be aent on by tHJu. 

PcuKeTRi.BB require I'/i hr. from Lauterbrunnen (comp. p. 178) to 
W^nircn, 1'/, hr. thence to Wengern Alp, •;• hr- to the Little Sbhoidegg. 
and i lira, to Orindelwald. In the reverie direction : from Grindelwald to 
Dlc Lilllo ScheideggShrB., toWengern Alp 'I, hr., to Laulerhrnnnen S hra. 

a. Webokbh Ai.p KiiLWiY (raok-»nd-pinion line; two lines, the 
older of which is now used tor goods traffic). — Lautei-hTunnim 
(3615'), see p. 179. The railway deacribei a carve, crosses the 
Lutschine, and rapidly ascends, throagh four tunnels and aver 
several viaducts and h ridges. We enjoy a retrospect of Lantcr- 
brnnnen and its valley and of the Schmadribach Fall in the back- 
gronnd, with the Breithorn and Grosshorn above it. To the left, 
above the W. slnpe of the valley rises the 8nlegg-Qra,t, -«\Vt- ^'at 
serrated Lobhflrner (p. 177). Then throng^i a car(ei\».'aQft\, 



: *Paiace Hotel t Uattmiai, 

,„_._..._. R fr. ; *QT.-ndt. Bflvuderc. 

;. L. i'h, D. (P;,. P. boat IB fr,: *Segiaa-IIotel 
'-''-- --0 b«d< from e, B. S, L. 6V1. !>- Bi/„ P. 

Biamlitalp. above the ntBtion 140 bed< from B, B. S, L. 6V1. ■'- 
from 18 (r.! 'QT.-nat. Victoria, 1*0 beds from «, 8. S, L. &'l,. '. 
" '!aml5!t.;*Park-B"~"' ■"'- ' =' — " "- " 

wild, 90 bedB from 6, B. !, L. 6, B. 6, P. from 14 ft.; •Bot.-Fena. FiUke. 
adjoining th« Begins, 90 beds from d>/„ B. !>/<. I<. 4V<, D. i<l,. T. from 
12 It.; 'Terminita-SilbeThom, S5 beis.^Sport-Hdlel Mitropole, 60 heJa, 
If both K. from *■/,, B. i, L. 5, D. a, P, from IS !t. ; BOt.-Pent. WoM- 
Tand. «0 bedi, nSt.-Fait. SchBaegg, near tbo Palace Hotel, SO bedg, 
Hdt.-PeTtt. Alvenmht, ceu the BelTedcie, 15 beds, io thcae three R. from 
4, B. 1'/., I- *. D- S, P. from 11 fr-i H6t.-Pen». JangfTauhlick, nsat the 
Palace Hotel, 10 bedi, with coDfactloner'a, tUger, 30 beda, near the alalion, 
in both R. from 4, B. I'fi, L. 1, t>. I'/k P' bom 10 tr.; Peiii. Qertach. 
adioinine tbe Beanaite, SB beda, Set.-FeHa. BeOevue, S min. farther on. 
adjoining the nooda,M) beds, in both R. from S>f,tl-„ B. I'U, I'- »li. D- *, 
F. from Str._To the right of tbe illation, bsfood the railway: *SSl,- 
Pent. Alpearoie * MttagKara (two hoDaes on the I.auterbrunnen road, 
7-8 min. irom the sfation). 110 beda from 1, B. l»/„ L. 4. D. fl. P. from 
llff., •Hfll.-fena. Brtmner , » mia. from the elation, on tbe waj- to 
Wengem Alp, SO beda from 1'/,, B. iV,, L. 41/,, D, BV^ P. from ISfr.: 
Btl-Peal. iriatol , IS beds from 1, B. 1>/., I,. 4, D. 5. P. from 11 fr. ; 
BM.-Pem. Brtithorn, 4! beds, Kreas, ao beds. Pent. Alpina, BO beds. 
BU.-Peaa. ScMeeiierhor, 10 beds. Birtch, iS beds, in these five K. from 
S'/n B. li/i. L- S'/i, I), 4, P. from 9 fi. ; ScAaeizerheim. below the station 
to the W., IB beds, //ut.-fsMi. CeatrfU (tempetance), *5 beda, in both R. 
from S, B. H/j, L. SV9. D- '.P. *">" * b- — Abonl I M. lo (he S. of 
tha elation: ^B&t.-Peia. i Kwhaw Weiigen, ItO beds, ifdt. dea Alpei, 
67 beila, in both R. from 4, B. I'/,. L. 1, D. i'l„ P. from 11 fr. ; Hdt.-Peiiii. 
WcUdegg (3B-wiab}, Mb»i».~SaitalariumSonneck(Dt.Ottikei; 10 beds, 
P. from 131/9 fr.]. 

P<JST & Teleobaph Offioe at the HMel Elger, beside the station. — 
AnoLioiB Sek^ioeb at the Swiss Protestant Church (July-8ept.). — R'>uab 

Brnnner, Alfr. Fnchs, Cbr. and Hans Gertsch, Hana' Sthiuneggeri Chr! 
and Rob. Biscboff. Dlrich and Wilhelm Orat, Job. Lauboer. — InformalioD 
is provided by the Eurverein Wenyen. 

Wengen (4185'; Sll iahab.), sitnsted amidat meadows dotted 
with trees, below the ptecipitoaa Tschuggen (8S77'), with a view 
of the Lanterhniimen Valley and of the Jangfrsn, Mi ttaghorn, B re it- 
horn, Tscbiogelgrat, and GBpalteBhorn, is, next to Interlaken, the 
most frequented tourist- resort in the Bernese Oberland and is also a 
{avonrite locality for vrintsr-sports- Attractive walks to the StaJih- 
back-BSnkli (4166'; 25 min. 8.), returning via the Brandmadweg 
(V4 br.); along the Steinenwaldweg, '/, hr. E. (np the hill from the 
Beansite and Brunner hotels); to the HunnenjliA (4367'; '/, hr. N-) 
and to the Laterlurrn (5035'; 1 hr. N., to the right just short of 
the not. National), with a surprise view of Zweiltitschinen far below. 

The BdnnHchen [p. IBB) ia ascended in S-Bi/thrs.; we cither diverge 
to the right from the Xeitarhoni path (finger-post) or ascend to the left 
near the ResUnrant Oberlaait (p. 187): the route is steep and near the 

.., Google 

), N. of the MHirn 


benoA to tba Left, pusiDg 
n« (to the right) uid fzocaei 
past tbe not. Hmnner, sn electrio innBIormer itatioD, and the Seitautant 
Oberiand; gttor about 40 min. we join a path from Knrhana Wengen; 

paBBing under the linK. we reBoh tlio HStd Jungfraa (bro below). - It we go 
Btraight ao after quilling the wood we reach the CI, hr.) 'Metitlen Alp 
(6B80-; rfmts.). on the M, >ide of the TramUten-T/U, directiy facing the 
Jangtrau. Hence wa may eithei aacend to tbs WeDgen Alp in •/, hr., oi 
walk round the head of the TrBmleten-Tal to the {'I, ht.) BtglenMp l&flOO'], 
with the Bandlauenen Qlacier, and thence to the [1 hr.) Wengern Alp. 

Beyond Weogen the riilwiy cnrveB towards the alope of the 
Tschnggcn, affofding li cantinooaa view of the snow -maun tai us aod 
glaciers from the QroBshom to beyond the Qspaltenhom, with the 
Breithom in the centre. We skirt the GaUbachhirm (7610'). 

5 M. Wengera Alp (6160'; "-Het. Jnngfraa, 40 beds from 4'/,, 
II. 2, I-. 4'/j, D. 5"/„ P. from la fr.), where we enjoy a celebrated 
**ViKw, across IheTrfinileten-Tal, of the Jnngfraii (13,670'), flanked 
by the Sitherhorn (13,15.5') on the right anil the Schncehoni (11,205') 
on the left. The mountain is seen from this point in Ms fall propor- 
tions and grandeur, even the highest peak beingTiaibIe;itB distance.. 
(2"/, M.) seems annihilated. On snnnj days anow avalanches are fre- 
quently to be seen, descending from rock to rock like a cascade. 
To the left of the Jnngh-an rise the MOnch (13,*65') and the Eiger 
(13,040').To the right, farther hack, are the TachingeIgrat,Gflpalten- 
hom, and the hroad mass ot the Sattlasaen. To the K. of the last are 
the Hnndshorn, Schilthorn, and Schwarzbirg (named from W. to £.). 

More open atill is the view from the Hundstchopf (20 min,), at the 

in ol>tained from tbeSOrmechbahl letli'), reached by diveisii^ to theleA 
frojn the Wengen path, Vihr. below the BtBlion, and taming, 8 min. farther 
on, lo the right, 

From the Wengern Alp the train ascends gradually, with continual 
viins uf the Jungfrau, Walkers follow the bridle-path, which crosses 
Ihi' line bcynnd the H5te1 Jungfrau and then skirts it to the (^/ihr,) 
slHtion of Schcidegg. Thia walk is recommended for the descent. 

6'/i M. Scfm&gg, on the summit of the *Klelii« or Idttle 
Soheidegg(67T0'; rail, reataurant), is the junction Far the Glrindel- 
wald line (carriages changed) and the starting-point of the Jungfrau 
fiatlway (p, ltJ9). In summer this station it aa busy db that of a 
large town. Near the station is the Kurhaui BeUwue (145 beds 
from 5, B. 2, ],, 5, D. 6, P, from 13'/, fr.). Striking *View of the 
valley of (rrindelwald to the B. aa far as the Great Scheidegg, domi- 
nated on the S. by the imposing Wctterhom, and bonnded on the 
M.E. by the Schwarzhom range (to the extreme left is the blunt 
cone of the Faolhom, with its inn). On the S. opens a splendid 
view of Ihc Eiger, HOnch, and Jurgfrao, with the aWWAuxii ^m^ 
Schnechorn, ■ 


188 m.S.47.-lbv,p.nt. MANNLICHKN. -Bamat 

The iscent oF the *lAiib«rhom (RlHn, l-lV^br. b; i good pith 
fenids-poit) resohed by crosaing the line by the ititioB, ii ncammendid 
Tai it! magnitlceDl view. The entire chiin nf the Baroeie Alpi ie in light: 

<:bDeaDii. Uiltaghorii, broB 

„...rii, HnjBHt 

and Btmnliselp; in front. Ml 
hsiair; sbois tre the Schilthoni, Ihe 3uI(«K~aMt nitb the LobbSmsr, 
and, to the right, the Kiesen; then the Abendhei^, Wildenwil. UDteneen, 
and Bestenherg, iranediilflly N. uf the Tschnreon ud Mannlichen, vitb 
iUinn: &boTe the Grind elwald yalley rieea IheFaulhom rioKe, with tbe 
Schwarzhoini and above the Qieat Scheid^g itv the Wendsnalflcke tnd 
the TitliB. 

On the N. the Laobarhora ie adjoined by the preoipilooB Teekuggen 
(8i7S'; aacent from the U.S.. liboiioiiB, for experts only, with guide IS fr. ; 
I'/ihr.) and, farther on, by the lUanuUohen [IR^b'), ascended in I'l, br. 
from the Little Scheidefig, From the Btilion a well-midn hridJe-path grsd- 
nally aacenda Id the W., paaeea the (i/i br.] Chaltt-RettauTaat Grindel- 
waldhliek (6965'), and akirH the alopea of the Lsuberhom and TBchngEen 
to the (60 min.) S6t. Rigi-Mannlichen (TSID'; iO berla from i<l„ I.. 6. D. S ti.), 
on Iheaaddle between the Taehuggen and Mlnnlichen. The top af the Utter 
ia reached in ») min. more. The view of the Eiger, MOnch, and Jungfran 

deecent from ti>e hotel to GrioiielwaJd In S'/tbra. by a path that cumet 
be miatakeD. oi to Wengen (eomp. p. ise) in i hre. 

To tbe n, hr.J Eigcr Glacier, an intereatiug walk along Ibf Jungfran 
Bailvay. past (ho FaltbodeTihuiitl |haltway; fine view). Cotap. p. ISO. 
— To the Quggi Bui |p, IB9) ia a-9i(,hn. (guide 16 fr.]. — Tho Bi^r 

OUciec and'theV. iretTcgufdc aO(V,\o'"iiri^.rei»hora''l""fr.r ''^" 
b. DiRKCT LiNH PBOH Inteslakek TO Gbindelwalu (carriages 
m&rked'GrindeliTsld'). To(5M.).Zwei2tifsc^'nen(2150'), seep. 178. 
Tbe Grindelwild train ascends the left bank of the Sukwanx iMt- 
ichine, traversing a tnnnel and an avalanche-gallery in the wnodud 
LCtscheh-Tal. To the left arc the slopes of the Schynigc Platte 
(p.l76). InfrontsppeartheWetterhornanrttheBergliatock. Beyond 
(T'/iM.) LlUiich€ntal(2Ahh' ; inn) the train cresses to the right bank 
and ascends the Statden by rack-and-piniun (1935 yds.) to (9 M.) 
Burnlaueaen {291.1'). To the right are tlio electric poHer-workrt 
mentioned on p. 18!). Beyuiiil the dellle of the Orlweid a view of 
the valley of Qrindelvrald ig ilisclosed: to the right is the itiaxaivc 
ECigcr, adjoined by the Jungfrau with the Ijchnii churn and thcSilbcr- 
horn; in the middle is the Mettenberg, with the Schreekhorn on 
the right and the Berglistock and the Wettcrhorn on the left. The 
train aacenda another loothcd-rail section (1420 yds.) to (ll-'/jM.) 
Griitdelieald (p. 192). 

The Wbbobrmai.p Railway from Grindolwald descends to (*/aM.) 
Gland (3100'), whence the train backs out and, crossing the 
Schirarze LQtechine, ascends the slope of the Wergistat Alp in 
windings, paaalag Braitdegg (4616'), whence a hobslcigh-rnn, S'/jM. 
long, descends in winter to Grand. S'/s M. Alpiglen (5310'; Hflt.- 
J'tns. des Alpcs, plain), on a terrace eommandiii(,' a view of the 


JDNGFHAU LINE. Map,p.i7s.~iii.B.4r. i89 

WetterhoTTi. Then over aton; slopes at the toot o( the Ei'ger to 
(5V* M-) Soheidtgg (p. 187). 

Walken from Qrindelvild to tha Little Scheide^ dsaoand the coid 
la (he riebt ot the BU Hotel t° the tUtion i>f Qrund, nasi the Lllt- 
Bchma bflloT the hUtbv bridge, and theo Liceod the bridle-pilh to the 
left, nbich oiaiiHeH the line firther on: to Alpiglen S-t<l, hn., thesoe to 
the Scheidegg l^^^ hr- 

O. jDBOrBtU lUlLWAY, 7 tr&ins daily (SO seatsj, and sport trains in 
winter. Prom the Ultle Soheidegg to MgergUlKlier (fate ! fr. «5 0., tetnm- 
tioliet 3 b. 7G e.) in 1/, br. ; Mgencand {letum-tjcliet tij fr. 50 t.) in y, h[, ; 
Eiimeer (15 fr. 76 c, return 88 fr. 50 c.) in 1 hr. ; and Jimgfrai^och fiS fr., 
retirn 40 fr.) in v), br. The jonrney may be broken at any etation. 
The oarriagea are lighted by electricity and well healed, hnt warm wrapi 
are necesaaiy it the atationa. On the JuDEtraDJoch «now-8pectiuleB are 
■dvinable, aa well as aailed shoea for walking on the enaw-field. — There 

Eigt^reletacher aod Jnnxfranjooh (night'a mattresa and B. i'!, fr.). Guiden 
ate to bo fonnd at Jungfraujoob, bat (Or longer tuura it ia preferabiB lo bring 
Ibeni from the valley (reduced farea on the railway mil for oighl-iiuartcra]. 

The **Jimgfrau Biulwajr, a nnique triumph of modern engin- 
eering, was hnilt in 1896-1912 from the plana of M. Adolph Gujer- 
Zeller (d. 1899) of Zurich, at a cost of 12 million franca. It ascends 
far above the snow-liae and throws open to the ordinar; toorist re- 
j;ious hitherto aeceesible only to expert mouutaineers. After the 
preliminarysectiaa the line ascends by a tunnel intheinterEoruf the 
inouDtain, the hard rock of which (moetly limestone and, higher up, 
gneiss) needed no lining of masonry. Thcgaugei9liiictre(3ft.3in,), 
the maiimnm grsdient 1 in 4, The rack-atid-piniou system used 
is a new one indented by E. Strub and is absolutely safe. The syateiii 
of traction adopted is the overhead or trolley systcn. The force is 
generated in tnrbine jiower-worhs near LauterbrunueD (2650 h.p.) 
and lliirglauenen (p. 188; 10,000 h.p.), whence it ia transmitted in 
at) alternating current of 7000 volts to transformers, which reduce 
it li> 600 volts. The locomotives are of 300 h.p. 

The line ascends from the Scheidegg (p. 187) over |>asture8 anil 
skirls the i'allhodenhubel (7136'; p. 188), offering fine views of the 
.Iii[i|;Fraii and the mountaius ut the Lauterbraiuien Valley. Keyund 
a iimncl [95 yds. long) it reaches the (I'/j M.) slatioa uf Eleer- 
gletsoher (7620'; restaurant, with veranda), in a scene ot wild 
inagiiificcDce at the foot ut the W. arete of the Eiger, hero seen 
strongly foreshortened. A footpath (r.) descends to the glacier and 
an artificial ice-cave (adm. 50 c). 

The Gkiggi Hut of the H.A.C. (9850-; accommodation for H). at 
the N. foot of the Udnch, ia reached by an iitereating glacier-tour, for 

Eiger Olacier, then, by a bit of eaay'rock-olimbing, to tUe (Si/iluB.) ao- 
called MUnch bateau [10,0S7'), commanding a Tien of the UOndi, Biger, 
Jnngfrau, and the Gnggi Glacier. Deacenl to the Gnggi Hnt and over the 
lower Eiget Glacier. — The Hlborlionk (H.IHS-; via the S.E. flank. 
(Bcendedfor thefirat timein1S6Sby£d. lonFelleTibergaDdKii^auiAifuA 
ia scaled from the Gnggi Hot yi* the Guggi m4 K.Ukta«ieiM<<Hl\«*<»»' 



e oo^k 

JDW6FBATIJ0CH. Mop, p. /Js.-«I. S. <7. 191 

(hs BelmtOivm (11,101'), txA ths oiii tarncei of the Oittien Otacier in 
la-lt bn. (diffloult and trying^ guide 8B fr.). 

The line skirta the rocky slope for a short distsuce, then finalty 
CQtcrs ths main tunnel, and passes ander the Rotstock (3755') to 
{i'lt M.) the station of ESgerwand (9405'), excartited in the rock, 
with openings permitting the light of the station to be seen at night 
from Grindelwald. The view over the sheer precipice embraces 
GHadelwald (5905' below), the Faalhorn chaio, the Lake of Thuo, 
and a large portion of N.W, SwiteerUnd ae far aa the Jura, the Black 
Forest, and the Vosges (Zeiss telescope for the use ot visitors). ^ 
Thence the tuancl, curving towards the 8., passes beneath the Eiger 
to the station of — 

3'/j M. Eiameer (10,370'; restaurant, see p. 189), eiouvated in 
the S.E, face of the Eiger, 130' above the upper (^rindelwald- 
Fieacher Glacier. The "View gives immediately on the rugged en- 
closed basin of the Ficscher Glacier, hacked by the Wetterhom and 
Schreckhorn, while to the right appear the Fiescherhorn, the roof 
<if the Kergli Hut, and the glacier-fall descending from the MOneh- 
joch. Below Che Great Schreckhom, above the lower Grindelwald 
(ilacier, is seen the Schwariegg Hut (p, 195). Zeiss and Goere 
telescopes for the use of visitors. 

Atnanol hewn in the TOflk desceods from the station ta the glrLoier, 
wlience eipeitB (with guide, 90 tr. ; felling atones and ice dangeione| may 
reach the Bergli But in IV^-I hra. Comp, pp. IBS, 19*. 

The line goes on beneath the MDnch to its terminns at — 

R'/iK. Jiutgfiraiijooh (11,340'), in the glacier-covered saddle 
between theUOnchand theJnagfrau. A passage leads S. to a waiting- 
hall (restaaraot, see p. 189), whence a wooden gallery leads to the 
level aivi of the Jungfranjooh proper (11,385'). The "View is 
very fine (comp. the Panorama, p. 190). Between the steep W. cliff 
of the Monch and tlie summit of the Jnngfrau, with its precipitous 
rocky E, side, the snow-field stretches down to the Ooncordia-Platz 
and the Aletsch Glacier; in the distance, beyond the Eggishorn 
(p.39S) and the Rhone valley, appear the LepontioeAlps; the whole 
smnK suggests the appearance of a glacier-filled Alpine valley in 
the ice jieriod. The view to the N. is quite different, ranging across 
the abrupt and crevassed Kohlauenen and Gnggi Glaciers to the 
green Wcngern Alp and the valley ot Laaterhrnnnen, to Marren, 
Interlakcn, the Lake of Tbun, and beyond Berne to the Jnra and over 
the plain to the Vosges aod the Black Forest in the dim distance. 

EiPBijiTioNfi. SpMnx (11,850'; Vihr.; gnide 18 fr.), the reeky peak 
above the station to the left. Pic jfeifltWe (ll.TOO': Vihr.: IS tr.), the 
snowy pyramid in front of the N.E, arSto of the Jnngfran. The Upper 
Jwfffraujoeh (11,150'; '/ihc; guide IS fr.), between the Sphinx and the 
HSnch. Ober-MeniMocli (eee below; I'/ihr.; g:ulde is fr.). — The rente 
to the CoQOordia-FlatE (p. S9t; i'l^i bn.; guide S3 fr.), an easy glacier 
eipedltion. is steep for a short diitance but afterwards leads«un 
ilepe over the udcrevassed Jnngfrau enow-fleld (cimWeiA toi ft<>.V\u^ 
Agood roturn-ranle leads vi9 IheEwig-Sfhuec-YelSi s-nattve ObeT-K6t«a4«l 

wig-5fhDec-Ye\4 *n4Uie Ober-W 

.., Google 

193 m. a. *7.-Jfaa,, j>. m. JUSGFEAUJOOH. Bamau 

[p. 191; 11,870'; VI,-i<J,hn.)i Ihenre Til the {*-»',', h™.) MUjolml-ke to 
the (Ibn.) %giBlii>m Hi'trl (RotiU .15 re), *K p, Ml. — JMte»tiaedn (^B 
Tiin Sleigci Hul. p. SIM), t hra. 

The ucrut of tlie 'JiuiBbaa (lS,e-0' ; JV>-1 >>". ; eDtds «»-50 tr.) tiOBi 
the JunRfiiDJoi'h. Tiil the (S hri.) Botlnl-SaHH (ttfiiS' ; f reqiwntlr anow 
cnvered] inil llieS.H. »T«tr, ii fitif[uiiie hut not pirtionUrlf dinsnlt ud 
<rhen thn hdiiv !■ In t-'nod ciio'litiim in quite vitliunt duni. Thit mounUiu 
vai iuli'd lor tiut Mrit ttniG in lUl iij- Raili'lt and BieroDymu* UFycr 
of Aanu, with two ilia raciiM- html its from thi' V«l»i>. Tie Tiew is maitni- 
flnnt. UloK b* riw> Ihe iDinhly jiruhi ot the BerurK OberliDd, while to the 
-n—i... — .i....-!. — -n.-r-.i. _. t.._. n,._.L_ »■— ij Oombin) ind 
" the night in 

Hont Blunujpunurainu by Imfi-ldj. — Climbera who spend 
the Bendi Bui (n. lUS; ftiiide fmn (iiindrliTild 90 fi.. «il 
tbe Kmnnhurn IWi tr.) uiii^'iid Tii tlie KSai^Mh. 

VoHCunlla lint* (n, 3M). vB tbr Juucfnt ~ 

6-W;, \nt. (KUldi' TSfr.}. Thi- iKTstaTmn 

Stti^Mh. - Froi. 
ind tbe Bottd-S 
iggi Hut (p. i.&'i) v: 

.'rom thij SoHnf j/irt [p. IHS) tIIl the ltotl>l-»>ttel sre 
' dlffienlt *Bil hwutdnui iiciiid<> Mi, to tbr Kpei'hoin BnM ISO tr.)- That 
1 Ihe Uiiltil Hut Tii thr K.W. iri'te (H-Mbri.i is likewise trying »nd 
pnlt. Slid should W MlpiB]>ti>d "lily vhrn th« rooks are dry end free 
I «nov 01 irv. AVi- isn'uil nrrr rai'ln for l-VI, brs.. tbe l*st put 
f[ 1 ■ti'eii i-limli up till- Kmuiti' walls ol the arite. Wo thio croaa i 
r-atfite, wbii'h ii'<[Uin'a i iiti'jdy hi'iiil and i* Bomrtimes ratlier on- 
liii-maant (in late auniurr evni Koliil tiiO- Thia brlngi ug in 1 hr. to the 
vppi-r Bbii on which vo aim>nd tn the (I hr.) top. 

The TrnKbeTK (li.WS'}, aan-nilFil viil tbe Uher-Iliinehjavh in 1-1 lirt., 
is difflenlt (iniide AO fr.^ hot commanda a lulondiil rtnutiuia. 

Tbs asn'ut of tbr IlOneli (1.1,JeV), by rroaiinir Ibe S.E. ridoe to tbe 
left a little bi'lov the Ubei-Hunphiovh. and nionnting the E. uiXt, the X. 
side of wbleh ia frniavnily cuTi'r.'d with anow, ia difficult [S-4 bra. ; ini'di 
60 fr.). Tbf ascent trom tlie GupRi Hot (p. 1K!>J hy the N.W. aide. tU 
the ier-wall of the Xnllrn, fa vrnr dilUcnh (O-IO hra. ; auide 100, to Ear* 
horn IW tr.). na is also Ihe dircrt asienl vii the K.W. arSte (piide B5 fr.', 

aitfrhrrh-ro (f. SiW: I hra.), \'\w Kla>rli)ii\p'"wi: -\\rl\ V^^AMMMum 

48. Orindelwald and its Environs. 

Hotels t(,Tn.TBlly <.|irii in iriiKer iU..-. vi.itom- lax tO-c. daily). 
Near the .tatinn: *f.'c. Il-:i. I:iir. :: miii. K.. rreciiicnlpd by Bniilnh 
vl«il"r». "Ml hills tr.™ ?. 1!. :'/,. 1.. .■. I). T. V. rn.m HI It.; lfchirar:vr 
.l./f.T. Mnin. K.. wilhirard™, laibi'.l- rrniii-l. 11. l'.',. \~*^t, Tl.Sfl,, P. fmui 
1 1 fr.. sane prupriptiir: *lt.til,i.i IM.I AIiTHmh: at the .tatiou. IJO heda 
fruni B, B. i. U K. D. 7. i'. tmui i»i,,, fr.; *JIM.-rf«». liiieeden, 3 miii. 
W., IIM bods from I'U II. .1, 1,. S, II. ii, P. fn.m lin, fr. : Villa SoHtfoucl, 
iippoalt" tbe Bilr, .to 1ml* tram 4. II. l^,, U -I",, Jl. -.i,'„ P. from 11 ft.; 
♦.■fi'Am-ijrriof. H.V,'. at the Ktaiion. (HI lieda from *. B. i, L. *'/«■ D. BV- 
l: iTcm lltt.: BaAnkof-HuM TrrmiHif. ahai» tnaa i, R. P/,, t. 4, D- B. 

. livffnw Kn-Hi i^ Piul, Ki bnl*. X'tHimal. M beda. Cciitrai- 
Ihil.l liWfir. Ubeds, tniod, Ohirla,i,l.ib heila. at Ihean f unr It. f ram S'l,, 
II. IV,. I.. I, I). tivl>. friinilOfr.: U.f-Jir Kfi», 13 beds from S>/,. ». i>/., 
I.. 4, It. *• f \: from »V, fr. : Ilim-li. Wi he-Li, Ullbrrlioni, 1 min. W. of 
the staiion, ii hi'da, in both H. ftum Si ^ B. i\,. k 3"/^ D. 4, P. from 9 fr. ; 
HM. -Ill Glatier. « min. 1h>1ow thv «lalinu. ti. the 8., «0 beds trom 3'/* 
H.ia'.. L.3';. 11.1. 1'. fr..nil",'jfr.;.*"..ffrm". Meat llie Belvedere, to tboW., 


Oberlattd. GBINDELWALD. Hap, p. nt.—III. S.4S. 193 

■ *HSt.-Peni. SeMttegg, JE 

- Beyond tl 

rum 10 Ic. ; Belieinie, 10 beds . 

Pen*. tJMicliergarlfn, Mbeds, Pern. kirclibahl,iibeia, Pens. Mpeabtick, 
30 beds, at these three F, fiom 8 fr. — Bv the upper elicier: Wetterhom 
(ses below], lO beds from S, B. t, L. 4, D. *>/„ T. from 9 fr. — On the 
ilope of the DOrrenberK, flnely situated neu the noode, 2S mio. sieve the 
stHtien: Wald-Hdiel VUla B^aTg, SO beds from i. P. from II fr. 

CosrccriossKB. Jla<imann,E. oltbeK&t.Bit; Walter, aeti the ttntioa. 

Post & Telesbafh OmOE at the rail, station, — Kkolkb Cbuiiod 
(St. Jamcs'i; Berricei May-SepI;.). — Presbttehiah and Sahae Cxtuolio 
Si^RvicEB It the Adlci Hotel. 

QuiDES. tioCtfi. Bohren (head-goide) ; Chrietian, Hana, Peter, and Ra- 
dolf (two of this name) Aimer; Fritz Amatter; Hans, Jnliann, P. (In-o). and 
Rud. Banmann; Job. and Bud. Bemet; P. Bleaer; Christ, (four), £d., and 
Gottfr. Bohren; Joh., Pelot (two), Ulr-, and Sam. Brawand; Ad., Chr., 
Peter (tvD), Rod., Hottfr., and Hans Bnrgeuer; Christ, (two). Hans, anJ 
Peter Eei^r; Hans GcrtBeh-fiubi ; J. QerCsDh-Kaufmann; Joh. Homann; 
Christ, and Peter (two) InSbDil; Christ. Jossi; Ad., Christ. (fODr). Friti 
(twn), Bans, Joh. (two), Peter (two), and Rod. (two) Kaufmanni Otto Kon- 
z!'tl; Rud. Lancner; Job. Mosor; Gottfr. Reist; Haas Rahi; H. Sehl^ppi) 
Eniil. Ftiti (two), and Gottfr. (two) Stenrii Friedr. Sutter; Chr. Teutach- 
manii; J. Wyas. 

Griiiddwald (3402' at the station, 34G8' at the chnrcli; pop. 
:i'JtlK) 15 an excellent headquarters for inountaineers and a faraarito 
siinimcr and winter reaort, in a sheltered, sunny, and mist-frcc 
situation. Three gigantic mouotaina bonnd the vallej on the S.: 
Iho Eiger {18,040'), the Ilettehberg (10,194'), and the beantifiil 
Wftterkom (12,150'), the characteristic feature of the entire 
iandeeape. Between the Wetterhom and the Mettenberg descends 
the Upper GrindeVwald Glacis (sea below), and between the Met- 
(cnbergaiid theEignr iVc Lower Chinddvirdd Glacier {itec ii.VH). 
'I'hdflo glaciers feed the Schivarxe LfUHcMne. 

A visit to the Upper Glaoier rcqnires from the Btalion 
'i'/j hrs. (there and back). We follow the village-street, passing 
the (10 min.) chnrch, and beyond the school-honge we take the 
ri>ad ascending to the left (to tlic right is the shorter but nioro 
r.ittguing fonlpalh). The road leads past the (V4hr.) nm.BUlmlMiatp 
auii the JlaUeraleiji to the (7 min.) HSfd Wetterhum (sec above; 
4040'), whence the bridle-path goes to the left to the Great Sc be idcgg 
(]>. 303). The broad road descending to the right crosaes the 
ChlocklibaDh and forks: 1. to the (10 min.) Wetterhom Lift, r. to the 
(10 Hiin.) edge of the glacier, which after retreating for over fifty 
years (conip. p. 389) has advanced 260 yds, since 1914 and is now 
invading a t'oniier forest over a front of 300 yds. The forward 
ttiovemi^nt is moat prononnced in early summer (10 in. daily). Close 
by is an ice-grotto (50 C.). — A third path, diverging to the left by 
the H«t. Wetterhom, crosaes the (5 min.) Lfitschine and in another 
li> min. reaches the Eiebodai ('Ischbode'; 6368'), a meadow at tha 
foot of the Wetterhom dotted with trees and commwvAvB?,?,ati4.'»\.'e*V\ 

The Wetterhom Lift (not working since W\4'i Va au aat^itfl 


184 m.R.iS.~.Mdp,p.l73. GBINDBLWALD. Benma 

nay 440 yds. long, canstrncted on the systeiD of tbe Colugne 
engineer Feldmutn. The lower station is 41B4', the npper 6602' 
above sea-level, 

Olimhua fr«e trom ditiincis, aUrting froui the Hut. Linchbilhl (a. eos ; 
1>/, hr. tram Qiindelwftld], 111H7 reacb the nnper statian ['Eogi' ; 1^,) hy 
tarnlnic to tha right icrosa the meadows uid foLlaving the path viaible un 

le SchSnbeM (87 Sir j to 

It of tlifl •'WettBThorn |ii, 

_ BuidB ao fr.l. uften made at ' ' ... 


OI«o][*teiii Hut of tbe S.A.O. ptiV; keeper: aceammDdttiai 
Thie in the atarting-paiat for the ascent of the 'WettBTho 

vide dO fr.), often made at midsammer in good veatb< 

le-Firn imd a. stiff rock-Qlimb to the WeUeriaiiel 01 
between tbe Mittelhom (la,I66') and the Dearer inrnmit 0. 
known ES Hasli-Jungfrau IIS.HS'), 
Deaceat to tbeDoBsen Hnt (Rosealai 

A pleasant alternative roole bark to Hrindelwald (J'/, hr.) is 
the Terrace Walk, dtiergiug to the right abont halfway, beyond 
the bridge over the Mtlhiebach; it leads along the hillside, with 
splendid views (on the extreme right is the Sitberhorn), passes the 
houses of SteinbiUen and tbe hamlet of Daflhach or Tufbach, and 
then descends on the left to the station. 

A third Tonte (l'/^ hr.) leads from the edge of the upper glacier 
to the (20-25 min.) Chalet MUohbach {ii&O' ; rfmts.; view of the 
ice-fall), visible to the right on the left-hand moraine. We theo 
keep to the left when the path forks, erosB the wood.s between the 
MctCenberg and HaUfiuh, skirt the Liitschine past the hoasea of 
Aaf der l^vlz (3641'), and cross the iron bridge mentioned below. 
- ■■' ■ -Milehbach monnlaineers may iacend in ^; ' ' ■ 
■" t aide) above the ice-tafl (f- " ■ 
nmieceBBary] uDnstraeled t 
uiriwiHD^ . Aitu LdkLDi, whiuh paBaBB thron^b the gorge of the Miloh> 
bai'h, has been rendered nniiaable by the advance of the glacier (p. 103). 
The pasHBge of the glsciir labont 20 min. ; |.-uide rnBenlialj in oat alwHya 
^aay owing lo freiiuent changes in the ice. From the Schbipf on the 

to* the ri'ght''u'tbT (§f^'k^eiii Hn'l (tec above).' '' "''' ""' " ""* ' "' 
To the Lower Glacier (Shrs. there and back). A narrow car- 
riagu-road, between the Adlcr Hotel and the church, and footpaths, 
below the Adler Hotel and beyond the school-house, descend to the 
(25 min.) iron bridge (2915') spanning the branch uf the Lfltschine 
that issues from tbe upper glacier. On the left bank the path straight 
on ascends to the Baregg (p. 195), while we take that to the right 
throngh the hamlet of Mettenberg and finally, ascending a little, 
cro^s the discharge of the glacier to a ('/t hr.) restaurant at the 
entrance of the imposing Gorge of the LUtackiiie, to which iron 
galleries alford access (50 c.). I'he glacier is advancing at the rate 


QRINDBLWALD.,pi,.ii»,a30.-ui.R.4«. 195 

of 6 In. a Aa.j and has siread; crossed the LBtschine. A zigssg path 
to the right of the restaurant leads in '/j hr. botobs the left lateral 
moraine to the edge of the glacier. — Aboat 5 min. beyond the iron 
bridge over the Llitschine a path ascends the right (E.) lateral 
moraine to the ('/^ hr.) 'Marmorbmch' (rfmts.), where bridges and 
wooden galleries afford a view from abore into the gorge of the 
L&tsehine; '/, hr. farther on, at a deserted refresboient-hot, a path 
diverges on the left for the Bftregg path (10 min. ; see below). The 
path along the moraine leads to an artificial ice-grotto (gratait;). 
By beeping straight uphill after leaving the iron bridge we 
reach (1=/, hr.) the B&regg Inn (3244'; 8 beds) on the Lcnoer 
Eigmeer ('sea of ice'), the large basin in which the glacier, now 
eovered with mbbiab and dibris, accamnlates before it descends 
into the valley. Above it rise theZisenbeirghom.GrindelwaldGrBn-, 
horn, Grindelwald FiesoherhBrner, and Fiesehergrat. 

The Jfsieenbsra (10,193'; S-e hrs. teim tlie Bb-egg, guide M fr.) affords 
1 nuperh view of the Wetterhoin, Sdireckhorn, sad FiDBleraailiorn. 

An BJiielleBt drculsr toor from the BU^gg (7-8 hrs., gniia 30 fr.) U 
an fnllons. Over the sluier in 1 hr. to the ZStenberg (SOIff), on tba 

Thenc* up fts 

. . _.« view 0^ the 
xnKn 01 lae f^igei ana tue unnaeiwald FisBohhom and Schreck- 
I then eroBs the Fiescier-Fim, mike the ateop desoept viS (he 
I lelum to the BSteeg. 

(he Blrexs wo alimb in B-6 hn. fpiide 40 (r.) to the Bergli Hut 
..C. (10,8!3'; nccomoiDaitioD for 80 ; camp. p. 191) and in another 
e the Bteep and ditOcull crosiing of the Unler-JU!l7ich,jocli (11,680') 
oii Hwig-SchTieefeld to tiie Concordia HuU [p. SM). — 1bti BeiEll 

. — *; .._. B. . ^i. 3?«j^j^ aacentfl of the Qroaa-Fieai^fnThorH 

m the Unter-HOnchjoch on the Fieacbei- 
.... . __:j- ....-, _:. -v.Eigergiat 

Hut IB a startioe-noint for the difQonlt as 
(13,384'; 4i;r5V.hrB.; guide 90 ft.), viS the 
satlei, snd of the Eiger {13,011-; 8-9 hra.; 

of the Blregg path [marked k 

croiB (with gaide) the Upper Eit- 
the a.A.0. (8868'; icoonimodation 

GroBi-Schreckhom (13,388' ;V7 hri.; guide 100 fi.), via, 
i-ci the Groea-LauieraiK'liom (13,tt4,'; ?-8his.; ^ide 
-' -'- -ii the FinBteTBaijofh (tee below), the Agatsiejoch 
"■' "° .- .i- "" — v.. 1 i^naleraarliom Hut 

lia.fiSl'), and (he Hagimttd (13,416'] to the (9-10 hrs.) Ftmleraarliom Hut 
of the S.A.C.(10,6!0'; aecommodation for Hand proviaion depot), beaatifnlly 
Bitnated on the S. slope ef the *Fliiat«TaarliOTn lUfiiS'), the bigheet 
peak in the Beroese Alps, the top of ohkh Ib reashed vift the N.W. arfte 
in 1-5 hre. (gnide 100 f i.j eomp. alto pp. WT, SSI; glorione view). 

The paaaea from the Strahlegg Hnt to the (Jriiaael are likewise auiuhle 
only for eipertB. Over the (t hre.) BtrohleKK (10,991'; iteep climb and 
descent), the Stiahlegg-Firn, uid the Finateiaai and Untetur aUciera to the 
■ ~""" ~ [3 lirB.lOriiqBel HoBpioe Cp- i061, 8 hiB. in all. 


•i the fnlax.) »riin>>lBi»t^«a 

FiiUK QniitiKin 

egt Wfr— Ai 
/on Irr B<iki«n 
U, s L 4 D 6 P fr 11 r. ) 

Th«[a[hirro[ thi slatim 
(bt'tweiu till' Enat uid Kxetui 
Uotrlg trom the U^ HttttJ 
(past the sUbtes) uid fKU) 
Si5lilfiiali)niBPtin '/*'"'■ *b«v« 
thBTLT™oeWslk(p.l94). W<! 
iiuw folluw the iJiBin roote, 
partly Ihronj;)! wnudn. After 
40 luin., on tlie HeHenMIti 
paalore (5157'), tbe path tilni 
«hirpl; to the Ittt, asoendiif 
past a refreshintnl bnt ioi^jS 
luin.) the forest; IS mia.i^ 
the light, put a pond; SOooiii, 
a gate; If. mln., WaldsfU$ 
(dJOO'; Hot.- Pens. Alpeturose), 
ab<ivi> thi- tree limit, witb s 
aptpodicl liew. This point it ■ 
aLmut bfllfwuy. Farther <U- 
< Oiiiin.), to theleft, iaxltU 
nf the MUhlebach, which we 

ross ne*r the OberlOger 
(.haltti (6691'). The pitb 
ki'eps to the )oCt at the f6A 

, hr. lartiier ud, cras8t» Um 
Weiggback, ajid ascends to tluf 
(46 min.) Back-See (7428"l,'lli ■ 
stony basin, with a dftai, 
bonnded on (he left by t)i« 
ROlibnrn md Simelibom (b. 
197), and on the right b;l£« 
RUtengram (8aS2'). [Short 
or tho stone bnt the 
for those 

It the w^ 
ilifig to.,B» 

Oberland. GEINDELWAID. Map,p.ii3.-m.B.*9. 197 

Scheidegg {see below) diverges to the right] The top of the Faul- 
hom is now In view. The path, indicated hy etakes, ascends 
rapidly for nearly 1 br. over a stony chaoi. Higher np, on the 
Ga»a^oden,ve pass anuther atone hut, cross nearii; level groaod 
to the toot of the peak, and reach the top (inn, see p. 196) by a 
zigzag path in 20 min. more. Just below the inn we are joined on 
the left bj the path from the Schynige Platte (p. 176), 

The 'Faolhom (880£>'), composed of a cnunbling calcareons 
schist and noted for its ricb Sora, is one of the classical Sviis view- 
points, affording a close sarvey of the snow-clad giants of the Bernese 
Oberlsnd. To the N., at oar feet, lies the Lake of Brieoz, with its 
monntains, from the AngBtmattbom to the Botborn; to the W., a 
part of the Lake of Tbnn, with the Niesen and Stockhont, is visible; 
to the N.E. are parts of the Lakes of Lncerne and Zng, with the 
Pilatus, Rigi, and TitUa; and to the N.W. are the Lakes of Morat 
and Neucbatcl. 

l>v lliii lluss Jlp, which diverges to the right at the bIous hue on tbe 
(tasacnhoden. To the W. of the Oherlteer chaleta ris» Ihe Biirg U2SU'), 
ji lu^eed riilge wbish ii aametimeg ucended from QriDdelwild direct in 

i^ipices on the 8. Bide; guide 15 (i.)- 

From tbb Faulhobh to tek Quit ScmtiDEOa [Shis.; guide, aat 
indispeuBable, IS fi.)' The fttfa <ni wiy-mirkB) diveiges to Ihe left from 
ihe drindetwald path near the ['U hr.) Btono hut at the H.K end of the 
Dub-See (p. 196), and InveiseB the alopeB of the Ritzengr>tli; 'I, hi., a 
gale betwaan the Bach Mp aod the Widderfeld Mp ; after otosBing the had 

balm-Egg [on the left,' the pteoipicee of tfie ScMnTWn FUUtm). Fanhar 
on we traverse tbe pastures ef the Upper Orindii Alp, Bkiitiug (be left 
slope and keeping the general diteotion of the conBpicuoue Scheid^g Inn. 
After crQsaing Beveral arms of the Bergelbacit we teach the (1 hr.) apper 
ebaieta Gf the GriTida Alp (6410*; ipiing). At (Vthr.) a gate we ascend 
to the right on this aide of the fence, and pass through another gate 
(IS miuO, hearting for the ar^te that joins tha Qreat Sohcidegg to the 
Gemsbei^ and Schwanhom; B min., Sclieidegg Inn (p. !03J. 

Tha view from the Fanlhoin is partially intercepteil b; tbe netgh- 
bouting group of the Btta^lhom (BOSO') and the B6titom (WBSO. The 
latter, from whidi the view is nninteimpted, is ascended tram the Bach- 
See (p. 1%) in IVi hr. (gnida adviaahla; from the Fanlhom 8 fr., from 
Qrindalwald ti tt.). 

The view is still more BitenBive from the *Soliwar»horn, or Orindel' 
uxOd SchKorxhcm (96i<n, which, with the WUdgent |WWr), intareepla 
the view from the Fsnlhorn an tha E. side. The lakes of Ltingem, Ssinea, 
Aljinach, Lucerne (in part), KIISBnichl, i ' ~ 

nsds from Orindelwald in «</, hrs 
i OLeOrindaAlp and the Krinnenboiiea i 

DigniodD, Google 

9. From Meiringen to Interlaken. 
Lake of Brienz. 

1 f[. 95, 1 fr. 30 c.) SeuoD tickeU no tbe ■ 
Meirlngen. — HoTKi.8. Kest Ibe at 

[Wildenraann), with liige gatdenB, 8B bsda fr , „. .. ^. „, „. .., ^ 

13';,fr.;'Bar, withgwdon, BObedsfroniS, B. *, L, 6, D. 6, P. fromlSfr.; 
•Bm.-Fena. JBranig, JO bedi from 4V„ B. l'l„ L. 4'/,, D. 6'/., P- 'rom IS &■ i 

ID 1 br. <f<irM 8 
in in IV. hi- If" 
me p. 168. 


L S^D.", P.''^m 

Krone, 48 beds, Poi 

) btda from 4, B. li/», L. 4, D. 6, P. from V 
- ■ ■ 'otli B.Yroi -■ . - " 

Ids, tvit, Ui beds, at Doin u. irom a'/ii o- I'/t; ^. *. "■ *''(, 
r. iiuui iiinftirfc-HadiOljiTioTui, Mbed«, Cleniral-HflW iOioe, » beds, 
in botb R. from iiu, B. I'/t, L. 4, D. Vl„ F. from 10 b. ; BeUevue, iS beds, 
mt. Bahnltof, M bods, In botli B. from S'/i, B. |s/„ L. S'/t, D. *, P. (ton. 

9 fr. — In the Tllluei •WeiMea Kreiiz, 60 beds, mrach, 10 min. from 
tbe sUtion, 3G bedn, In botb R. from SVi, B. l>/„ L. 4, D. 4i/„ P. Irom 

10 fr. ; MeiTtnger Hof, KtrcbgaBse, SO beds, Adier, 40 heda, RBitli, ti beds, 
in tbese three R. from 3. P. from 9 fr, — Beyond the A>re, Vibr. from 
the stitfon: mt.-Fmi. Wiliigea, simple. 

Bmtjiitiuhts. Conflaerie i ReglauranI de la Gare, vith nrden; 
OBnier, opposKe tbe po»t oOlee; Bravtrei Stein, with Rarden, beyond 
the mttl Hirech. 

Tbauwav from the station Ihroi^h Ihe villagu and vii Reiobenbich 
to the Gorge uf the Ann (l*/. M. in Ig min.; fare «0 c, relnm-lifkel 1 fr.) 
— SwiuuiboBatu near the Willi een Bridge (see below). 

Enauaa C'annCH in the garden of tbe HSlel dn Sauvige (servicea 
Jone-Sopl,]. — RoMAH Sbkvioks in Bumnier in the Unler- 
veiaunga-Haus, oeu the church, 

QuiDBB. Peter, Job., ncJ Alt. AnderegK; Hnns yon Bergen; P. BrOraw; 
Job. Hnberj Kasp. Hurler; Joh. and Kaap. Jagp; Job. Jaun; mk., 
Melchior, Eup,, Andr,, and Hass Eoblec; Heinnch Rieder; Ferd. and 
Eaipar Hath^ Andr. SlShli; Alfred Streicta; Job. Tftnnler; Joh. ThDni; 
Joh. Wintetberger ; Melchior Zonger. 

Meiringen (I960'; pop. 2996), with a station on the BrOnlg 
Bailway (R. 36), is the chief place of the Hasli-Tal, the inhabi- 
tants of which are skilfnl weavers and woodcarvera. The village 
lies on the right bank of the Aare, in a wide valley snrronnded 
by wooded moontains. In tbe parish hall in the main street is a 
collectioa of loeal cariosities. The old parish church has a H«m- 
anesi^De crypt and a detached Romaneaque tower. Behind it are a 
nnmber of shady walks. To the S. appear the Reichenbacb Falls, 
with the Wellhom and Rosenlani Glacier above them. The MUhle- 
back, Dorfbach, and Alpback, descending from the Haslibery 
to the N. of the village, form coasiderable falls. The Ilasliberg ia 
reached by a narrow road past the (20 min,) Gorge of the Alpbach 
(adm. 80 c.) to (I'/j hr.) Reuti (see p. 141). It may also be climbed 
from the gorge in 35 min. by 300 steps cut in the rock. 

The "Qorae of the Aare (Aareschlucht, Aarelamm), nearly 
2 M. from the atation, is a romantic gap worn by the river through 
the rocky barrier of the Kirchet (p. 204). The tramway (see above) 
croBsea the Aare ontside the village (Willigeu Bridge, see p. 204) 
andtnruB to theleft atiieicAen&acA. Walkers ('/tbr.) keep straight 


BfilEKZ. Mapt,,lM.-IlI.B.4». 199 

on at the Hiraeh (flnger-post). At the eDtruioe to the gorge ia * 
restaurant, where tieketa (1 fr.) are obtained. 

The gorge ('Lamm'), 'Ml ydi. long, hu been mida accesaible through- 
out ud is lighted by alecliicity. After ID ram. ire piai the prctl; 
SehrHybach Fail on ths left. Akool to min. farther on ia % bridge (1.) 
croiBiiig to the right bank, vheace atapa (lOO) ucend to the Tracfcene 
Lanim (hgrdi; vorth Tiaiting). A lev yirda futher on the Finttert 
ScMuchi dirergea to the rigbt. In 10 min. man we resch the heed of the 
gorgL]. We return the same wi;. or eacend throogh the Finstere Schlncht, 

Laiatni Inn, on the road over the Kircbet [p. lOtJ, A geed path leidl 
hence Ti^ UeiBahok (p. tlU) to tbe npper Beicheobach Fall <•!, br.). 

Tbc 'Upper Heichenbach. Vail, in height and volume one of 
the largest waterfaUg in the Alpa, is reached in '/,hr. from Meiringen. 
We ascend to it along the cable railway {not working in 1921 \ lower 
station 1991') and past the central fall. From tbe upper Gtation 
(2T13') a wet path leads to (10 min.) a terrace above the nppermoet 
fall and then, crossing tbe Reichenbaoh, to tbe (10 min.) Zvirgl 
Inn (p. 202). 

Tbe road yi^ Willigeu and Bcbwendi (p. iOi; SO min.) ia likewlae 
intereeCing. From the Six. Wyaa at Sohwesdl a footpath leada to tbs 
right to (8 min.) a refresh meat- booth near tbe Upper Fall, oppoiite the 
liable railnay ataliou (thence to tbe Zwirgi !fi min.) — The Loiuer Faii, 
10 min. W. of tbe Reicbenbach tram atation [s. I9g), also deaervea a visit. 
The Reichenbaeh here deecenda in two copioua eueades, feuning ever 
rocks, and drivea a aaw-miU below. 

Tbe Brfioig railway now akirts the canalized Aare below Mei- 
ringen. Tbe beaatifol Olttckibach FaR descenda from the clittb 
on tbe left. — 4'/, M. Briensunier (aeatanrant Balmhof), 1 M. 
below tbe village (p. 142). The line then skirts the Ballenberg 
(2385'). To tbe right is Eienhok, a Tillage orerwhelmed by a 
mud-stream of the Lammbach in 1896-97. 

Tbe railway now skirts the Lake of Briem (1857'; 8'/, M. 
long, l-l'/g M. wide, and 853' deep; area 10 sq.M.), which Alls 
the broad valley of the Aare between the ehalk ridge of the Brienzer 
Orat and tbe Jurassic Faulhom group. The lake was once united 
with tbe Lake of Thun, but its surface ia now 19' higher. Tbe 
water is light-green, and the hill-slopes are wooded. 

7'/a M. Brieuz — The Slation ia at tl 
the station of the Rotlu/m Bailvmi and the 
the eteaniera tooch alao near the Bit. Bit ('Hiieni-Llorl'}. 

HoTKLB. *Weisiis JrniM, near the lUtion, 66 hede from W^ B. 1»;„ 
L. Vl„ D. 5, ?. from 10 Ir.; *Bar, 8 min. from the atation, with ahady 
terrace overlooking the lake, « beiia from 3'/,, B. l»/i, I" S'/i, !>■ *. P. 
from 9 fr. ; mi. de la Bare, 10 beda. Stem, with terrace, !S beia, BdiiH, 
10 min. from the station, !S bede, in theae three K. from 3, B. IVi, L. S</„ 
D. 4, P. from 8 fr.; EvangeUacbes Veretntliaut (Proleatant hoaleg, on 
the lake. — FEnaioNs. Sckutzen, 16 heda; lAndmhof, IS h«dB! Slein- 

Tbe KoTnoEH Riilwiy (rack-and-pinion) aaeenda in 1>/, br. (ont of 
aervioe in 1921). At the top is the HOI. Bolhomlculm (ȣ ^>t>U^, wi 
halfway up (*7*3') the Kurltaua Planalp (.&0 beia lima i, ■^-liaia *M 

B*iDDm'» SiriueilaBd. SSlh Edition. \& 


200 zii.R.*9—mipt,pp.ia4,m, qiessbach. «««•« 

The Tillage of Brienx (1873'; 2474 inhsb.), adjoined on the E. 
by Trachl, atretchca For !■/, M. along the bank of the lake, backed 
by green pastures dotted with frait-trees, above which rises the 
.^'^ruerGro^, whence descend the Trachthach soAihK MiMhach. 
BrieoE is the centre of the Oberlaod wood-carving, which here em- 
ploy's ftbont 600 persons. A fine view ortbevalle;, with the Suslen- 
hOmer in the bickgronnd, is obtained from the charch. 

The 'Brienier Bothom (7715'), the highest point of the 
Urienier Grat, is ascended by a rack-and-pinion railway with many 
cnnres and tunnels, and stations at Goldried (!'/, H.; 3359'), 
Banalp (2 M.; 4416'), and Oberet-Stafd (3'/, M.; 5681'). The 
terminus is Rothcm^ivlm {7388'), below the hotel (p. 199) and 
15 min. from the summit. The glorious prospect (panorama a£ 
the hotel) embraces the whole chain of Ihe Appenzell, Uri, Engel- 
berg, and Bernese Alps, from the Sentis to the Diablerets. In the 
foreground is the Lake of Brieni, with a piece of the Lake of Thun 
visible beyond Interlaken, on the right, and the Hasli-Tal from 
HeirtngeD nearly to the G-rimsel on the left. Fartbei to the left 
are the little Ey-Sec, the Lake of Sarneo, a part of the Lake of 
Lucerne with the Eigi, a part of the Lake of Zng, the Emmen-Tal, 
and a long strip of tbe Lake of NenchStcl. A triangular stone marks 
the boundaries at the Cantons of Berne, Lnceme, and Unterwalden. 

Tbe Bridli YkTB from Brieaz lo the Rotborn (5V, hiB.) aecenda tlia 
right bink oF Ibe TracMbach vi& Qoldried to the (!'/, hr>.) FianalT 
(see sboie) ind (ha (>/, br.) Milid-Stafd (MIS'), vbeiise, turn^ag to Ik* 
right, it ucendB by the {■/, hr.) Oberlt-Stafa in ligzuRa to the (H/, hr.] 
mtd Rotliwnkulm. — Prom the Eothon. nil SOrenbeig and Piohli to 
Scimpflieim (p. I47|, S'/i-* bis. 

The Interlaken railway passes beneath the till^e of Briena by 
a tnnnel 979 yds. long and then skirts the hillside about 98' above 
the lake, with views of the Alps. There are stations at Ebligeii; 
at (12 M.) Oberried (Pens. EOssli-Alpenhlick, R. from 3, P. from 

8 fr.), at the foot of the Rieder Grat; and at (14M.) Niederried, 
situated among fruit-trees at the foot of the Angstmatthorn p. 176). 

16 M. Binggenberg (1991'; Pens. Seeburg, on the lake, with 
garden, P. from 10 fr. ; Hot.-Pens. Bcau-Sijour, higher up, 50 beds, 
P. from 9 fr. ; Bellevne, in the village, with view, 35 beds, P. from 

9 fr.), a considerable village, with weather-beaten wooden houses. 
Above is a church built in 1671 among the ruins of a castle; close 
by is a pretty view-point. — Passing GoJdswii (p. 175), the railway 
crosses a lofty bridge (views) over the Aare to its terjninns at 
(18 M.) Merlaken-Ost (p. 171). 

The SiBAxBOAT (pp. 198, 199) crosses the lake in 10 min. from 
Btieni to Giessbach. As it moves off we obtain a glimpse of the 
SutenbOmer to the left (S.E.), with the Thierberge on the right. 


ISELTWAU). Kapi,vp.tS4,nt.—lll.B.4S. 201 

37i M. GieBBbaob. — Fiom the Undine-place w« may walk by 
■ wide raceet'path in 20 min., or iHCend by the Oible T^vmica]/ (MO yds. 
Inng; giadlent i8;I00; not working in 1311) in 6 min. to the Graiid-Ildtel 
Oisaabach {a36&'; 100 beds], conqeoted hy i coveted promenade with Iho 
older Burlumg <10a beds); both hotoU, however, were closed in 19di, 
eicept for Ibe reatanraot on the ternoe oppoaite the (alls. To the right, 
a min. higher ap, is the loss pretontioDB HStel Bcim-Site (40 beds from 
S<l„ P. (rom 10 fr.). 

The *Giessbach, copiona at sU seasons, forma seven oaacadoa 
on its way to the Lake of BrienE. Falling from rock to rock and 
framed ia dark-greea foliage, these are together 960' in height. 
Only the lowest tall is seen from the steamer; the terrace in front 
of the hotel afforda a complete yiew. The falls are crossed by three 
bridges. Paths lead on both banks to the ('/» hr.) second bridge, 
whence a path aaeends od the right bank to the ('/, hr.) highest 
bridge, vhere the Giessbach, iasaiug from a sombre ravine, is pre- 
cipitated into an abyss, 190' in depth. About noon rainbows are 
formed in the spray. The falls are illnminateii with Bengal lights 
in the evening. 

»ay. to the loft. 

to the (SO mtn.) Sauft [itfO'), a wo> 
the lake. — The path to the right h, 
ihslels of Enge and a jnttinB rook kn 
t:. end of tho lake, whence Brlen2 m> 
the Oltachi Canal and the Aare. - Fr 
1 shady footpath leads to (he ('/, hr.) 

Above tbe&iessbach (I'/ihr.; eooi 

we may descend to Iseltwald. About 

Dded rock commanding a view of 
.m the guide-post leada paat the 
own aa the W^aji to the (■/, hr.). 

Bohfiuh (Tiflwl and on to (1 hr.) 

t bridle-path through the RaiiKold) 
<5-;60beVp. fr^Bfr-l. whence 
1 hr. farther up (porter 8 fr.) lies 

Aialp (41W1-6050'; HBt. Bellevue, 70 beds Kn 

OD, job beds, Pp from 8 fr. at both), a health-rewst, wuduvc wo luav 
asccnil the Antaiphom (1035-; t'l, int.; gaiie litr.), Oie Sehwarzliont (9aio'; 
jVi-ShrE.^gaidciOh.; camp. p. IM), and the WUdgerst (9400' j 4Vibr».; 
guideSOfr.). — About I hr. from Aialp (red marks; S hrs. from the H3lcl 
Qiesabach) is the Htvlerburg-See (MKWl, charmingly situated in wood 
at the base of the OUaeMkopf. 

From the Gicssbach the ordinary steamers steer to (5 M.) 
Oberried (p. 300), on the N. bank, bat the express-boats follow the 
preeipitons S, bank, past the wooded Schnecken-Imel, with its 
little chapel, direct to — 

6'/, M. Iseltwald. _ Hotbls. B6t. du Lac, *5 beds, Strand, 
M beds, UellviaM, «) bods, Pena. Selievae, in these four R, from 3>/|, 
B. 1"/., L. 4, D. 4Vr6. P- f"" I* ft-; Bar, E. from i'l„ P. from B fr.; 
Fenn. BernaAof, 30 min. W., on the road to Inlcrlaken; SchweUerhof, 
on the Sengg, H> min. higher up, B. from S, P. from S ft. 

The village of Iseltwald lies amid orchards on a rocky spur 
projecting into the lake and crowned with an old castle. A road 
connects it with laterlaken (6 M.), via Sengg and BOnigen. 

The steamer passes (SK.) Niederried (p.SOO), on tbeN. buk^ 
then, beyond apromontory, Bmggenherg (10 M..-,^.'iWfi. ^btt.'flM 
8. bank li the inflm of the LaUchiTK, wiita \te gte-J ^atiifet-""** 


202 IIJ.B.te.-llap,p.i7l. aSCHWlSDEHltAD. flw"-" 

desceadtag from the valley of LKaterbrmuieiL The steamer atcpi 
at (11 M.) BSmgen (p. 174) and eatcra the canalised Aare. On 
the right ia the tower ot Goldswii (p. 175). — The pier at (13 U.) 
Ijtterlaken is oppaaite the Ost Station (p. 174). 

50. From Meiringeu to Giindelwald over 

the Great Scheidegg. 

7i/,-8 hr>. Soad to Schuarzaaid Alp (S</t ^I'-i citiiaee to Kohed- 
iBui is i hn., with one ImrsB !6, tvo honea 16 fr.); bridle-ptth from 
BchTinwtld tc the Great Scheidtgg i'l, (docBDl \'!t) big. ; liom the 
achoideee to OriTuWwoM i (iicent 31 honiB. Quido (nimeoe«iiary) 18 fr., 
insluding the Fsulhorn 17 fr. ~ Hone from Meirmgea to the Qrett 
Scheidegg J6, to Grindalwild 16 fr. 

Meiringen (1952'), Bee p. t9S. The road diverges to the right 
from the Grimsel route (p. S04) at (SO min.) the bamlet of WUl^en 
(p. 204) and ascends vift ('/, hr.) Sohwendi (3555' ; B6t.-PenB. Wysa, 
25 beds) in winding!, finally traversing wood, to (40 min.) the 
Zwirgi Inn (3800'; fine retrospect of the Hasli-Tal). Walkers 
reach the Zwirgi Inn in 1 hr., ascending past the Beichenbacb Falla. 

Travellers ham. Soaenlaui Co Isnart^rchen (the Qrimael, Eugatlm 
Alp, etc.) ma; save neirl; aa hour by fallowing the load foi IS mla. 
beyond the point where the pith to the falla diverges, ajid then, whan 
the road banda to the left, follow a footpath atraieCt on, which deacenia 
to tbe Tillage of |e& min.) QeUOuilx (iSir), hidden among fniit-trea. 
Then uphill acrosi the meadow and dnira the Eircbet (ji. toi) (o (40 min.] 
InnertWreften (p. iW). 

The road ascends on the slope of the Stdcklifluh or Flohbatm 
(4498'), past the (5 min.) Ober-Zwirgi Inn, high above the right 
bant of the Eeicheubach, in windings which may be cnt off by the 
old bridle-path. Before ns soon appears the Wellborn, with the 
Wetterhorn to tbe right of it, and behind it the Rosenhoni to the 
left, and tbe sbarppeabof the Eigerto the right. We pass theC/^ far.) 
.ffurAauiffoifenftmnnen {3986'; 50 beds from 37i, B- !'/<- ^--^Vs. 
D. 4, P. from 9 fr.). A path to tbe left (not to be missed) ascends 
hence tbrongh pastnres to ('/> '"'■) "<e ^"P "^ the Hohbalm, which 
commands a superb view of the Wetterhom gronp. 

In tbe wild Ochaca-Tal, iO min. from KsltenbruDnen. ii the EngeViora 
Bui of the AkademiBcbe Alpenclnb Bern (8786'; aocommodalioi. foiM-SOl, 
a headquarteia for several diffii^ult aHCestH: the OTOite Simm^iMocK 
(SI69'! Shre.), Kingtpilz (6615'; SVi-4Vi hrs.l. Oroeie Engelhorn OlSO-j 

Farther on we leave to the right ('/, hr.) a new bridge leading 
to a private estate and in 8 min. more reach the G/ckwandenmad 
(4260'), a pastnre commanding a celebrated **yiew: to the left, 
the Engelbamer (9130'], the Kosenlani Glacier betwi^eo the Dossen- 
icra (10,300-) and the Wellborn (10,485'), and, to the right, the 


Oberlaod. GREAT SCHEIDEGG. Xap,p.nx.~lU. B-SO. 203 

anov-cUd Wetterhom (12,150'), tagetber with tbe dark pine-wouds 
ID tbe foregromtd, present un vaforgettsble pictare. The road 
i^oea on to (20 min.) RosenZsui (u path divergiag to the rif^ht Ipailx 
direct to the H5t. SchwarzffaJdftlp, but is Dot recommeDded), 

BoBeDlaui-Bad (4364'; 'Enrhms, 118 beda from 4Vi, B. 
17,, L. 4'/,, D. 5'/i, P- froni 12 fr., open Jone-Sept.; ADglican 
services in Aag.) occupies a seclnded site in the wooded valley 
of the ReichoDbach, which (orriia a waterfall in the gorge behind 
the Karhans. 

Ahont '/»hr. K. of the hoU) und 3W ahovs il i> tKe 'Glacier Gorge, 
thcoDgb which tbe Weusenltsclj, descending from ihe Roeenlaui Dtanier, 
ruehoB in picturosqne falle. It has been made accesBible hy meins of a 
pdth cDt ip the lOCK (adm. 1 fr.). From the (12 miO'J exit we may proceed 
past a wooden bridge to (9 min.) a point overlooking tha glacier. A fool- 
path Leads heace to (I'/ghr.) t^v RotenlanOaibel tfiliV), which ccnimanda 
the in war KoBonUni Glacier. 

The road ascoDds Id a wide bend Had after SO niia. crossea the 
Roirbenbach to the Brmienhoden AJp; theD, crossiDg the Pfanni- 
back, it reaches the (8 min.) 'KurhauiSchwar»utaid- Alp {4920'; 
60 beda from 4'/i, B. I'Ai L. i'U,T>. 6'/,, P. from 12 tr,). Con- 
tmaing by the atony bridle-path ve pass a saw-mill and, emerging 
from the woods, cross a bridge (20 min.; 5315') and ascend by 
(he Alpiglen Alp paat (1 hr.) a shelter-hnl lo tbe ('/, br.) — 

OreatSaheldeggorHasli-Scheidegg(6434': Inn, 35 beds 
from 4, B. 2, L. 4'/,, D. 5 fr.), which commands a striking *View to 
the W. The verdant valley of Grindelwald, bonnded on the W. by 
the Little Scbeidegg, contrasts pictoiesquely with the bare pre- 
cipices of tbe Wetterhorn, which towers giddily above na. To the 
S.W. (if the Wetterbom are (he Mettenberg, Fieschergrat, MOnch, 
Eiger, and farther on the Tschingelgrat, Gspaltenlorn, and Blamlia- 
alp. To the N. are the sombre Scbwarihorn and other peaka of the 
1'' an I born ehaiu. 

The HuuTB TO tu FiuijioKn <« hra, ; xeu u. in?) diverges (0 the right 
I luse fo Uie inn, imd cannot be mialsken in clear woathei. The <?U hr.) 
I halela of the Oriiidd OfiwMoer, where the view begins to open, iro 
visible from the Qieat Bebeidegg. Farther on care mnat be taken to 
ucoid the patbs descending on the left. — From the Oberl9ger wa may 
walk vii tie Unferlagcr and QeimHotden to (!'/, hrO Grindelwald, or 
through the Bergelbach-Tal, with a noted view of the Wetfothom framed 
in trees, to tbe (1 hr.) Hftlel Wetterhorn on tbe apper Grindelwald glacier. 

The deaeeDt is by a atooy path, unpleasant at Srat. Id 1 hr. 
we reach tbe Hdt.-P^ns. LattchbUhl (4920'; 18 beds). To the left 
of the Mettenberg appear tbe Little and Great Schreckhorn and the 
Great Lauteraarhom. '/j hr. H6tel Wetterhorn (4040'), near the 
Upper Grindt'lwald Glacier. Road tbence to Grindelwald {'/< br.), 

DigniodD, Google 

51. From Meiringen to the Rhone Glacier 
over the Grimsel. 

twQ-hcreo lOttfr. (lo 6Btl»nneii SO, S! fr.; Handeek SO, 55 (r.; Grimael 
. Hoipice 40, 75 fr.). ~ On Foot (D-IO h».): from HeicinKen 1« Inn«rt- 
kirclen IVi >"-. QntlanneB S h»., Hinileck l'/. hr.. QTimacl HoBpica 
It hre., Oilmul Pa» 1 tar., Rtaone Olacier 1 hr. (in the teverat direciioo 
a-S'l, lira, in .11). 

Meiringen (I960'), sec p. 198. We crosa the Aare bj tbe ('/, M.) 
Willigen-BrUcke (leaving on the left the road to the Gorge of the 
Aare, p. 198, through which nme the shortest footpath to Innert- 
kirehen), pass the {'/, M.) hamlet ot Willi^en (S034'; Hnt.-Pena. 
Willigen), where the road to Roacnlani diverges to the right (see 
p. 203), md ascend the Kirobot, a rocky barrier (525' high) ot 
Jurassic limestone, vhich separates the upper and the lower Haslt- 
TAt. The granite blocks scattered over the ridge were left behind 
by the diloTial Aare glacier. Near the top (1 M.) is the inn Zum 
iMtnmi (2313'), where the path from the Aare Gorge debouches. 

At a direct! DD- post on the rirtat diverjKa a path (nsefiil fur tiivellcm 
in ttae reversa dirMlion) leading Til (JeiHAoi.: (S6i3') to ttae Upper Reichen- 
bach Fail (11/, hr, ; pomp. p. I9B). — For the direct route from lonerl- 
kirelien to QeisBliolz via mnkel (»)34'] llie traveller mtiBt inciuirr. 

The road descends in three long carves (short-cnts), with views 
of the GelmerhiSrner at the head of the vallej, of the Ritslihora to 
the right, aod then ot the Tristenstock. The road then traverses 
the Oat basin of the Hasli-Tal, and crosses the Aare lo (1 '/g M.) — 

4. Alpenroae, nhort of the brid^, 
;. from 3, B. !»;,, L. 3Vj, D. 4, 

Gmnis.' Kaapar and Andreas Manrer; Alexander Tlnnlen lleinrich, 
Jotaanu, and Alei. Fuhrcr; Sim. Uoor^ Joh. and Melrhioi i^AgeVi; Joh. 
Thfloi; Arnnld Kehrli; Ed. Blaeer. 

fnnertkirohen (2106'), also known as Hof, is situated at the 
junction of the Neseen-Tal (Sustea, road, see p. 144; bridle-path 
through the Gcntal to the Engstlen Alp, see p. 143) and the Urbach- 
Tal with the Aare valley. To the S.E. rise the Pfaffenslock (6073') 
and the Benslauiatock (8304'; 5 hrs., guide 10 Cr.); to the S.W., . 
the Burg, with the Simmeliaock (p. 202). 

URnAcn-TAL (to the Oauli But 7-B hrs,, iniirie H fr.; '-omp. the 
Map, p. 1781- Road to the (I hr.) level floor of the Saiidei laBSS'l, whence 
s path leads to the {Ibi.) Mp Bolirmaltefn (SSSO*) and, hecaming ateepsr, 
to the (IV. hr.) Alp Schr/lttem (4940'; qnarlera; path to the Doaeen Hut 
to the right, sec p. ifib). Just hefoic iy,e (IV, hr.) MaUeii Alp {MOS) we 
iiceni to tie riett to the (1^. hr.) Gaull Hut ot the S.A.C. (73BO'; ac 
cnaaBd^tioa /or SI), a hcaiiquartera f"r monala\M«ti oT.ft>c ^Iiiven dtp, 
netr Ihe bage Oauli Glacier. AranriR ttw »Hi;Rms \u \>ft tub.!? Wii«^ na 
''' ^cteatAneeAern (10,930*; Bhra.-, guide 10, ^Uh liesteuX to Voe ^JtvimiA 


aUTTANNEK. Sapi,,pp.n2,ti*.-III.-S.6 

(10,76^; 6 hn-: guide 45 fr^^, an laLeiuiiiuig butiujidib^ iub o-angena 
QleUeherhent (W-filV; t hri.j ^ide 40 fi.); tk* Benfoikorn (10,135' 
31)1 hn,; guide 40 fi.); the Beratietoelc (li.OSO*; G hrB.i Raids 6S h.), 
and over tfae Qiuli (llai^ier to the Bergli-Joch (11,189'; 6-e hn.), whence 
the descent Is made i<& tLie Giindelwatd-Pim and Kiinoe-Firn to Dio 
(SVt)i"0 Qlcckatein Hut (p. 194; gnlde 40 fr.)- 

Fram Ihs Alp SchiUtem (p. 104) ■ tatignine pstb leads b S'l, hn. 
via the FlOgchenAlp to the DDOSon Hut of the 8.A.O. |STG6'; keRper; 
Koeommodatioo for 24), 7 h«. from Innertkirchen Ignido IB ft.] gnd 6trB. 
from Rosenlsui'Bad (p. 303; guide !4 h.) Thie in the ■tsiling.point for 
the Dottenltom (lO.BOC; !"/< hr.; guide 3S fr.l, the W<«Aflrn (I0,«6'; 
a hra., guide SO fi. ; labmiousj, the Senfenhom (ID,T3B'; £>/r3 hn. ; guide 
40 fr.)! the flosenAorn (1B,110'; Shn.; guide BO fr.), the Jfi«e»OT-n(i!,166T 
e,iii Wett^lwra (SaMi-Jungfraa, IS.lSir; 5hrs., guide 80 fr.; much eaaier 
hence than from the Oleckatein Hut, p. 19t); over the Bosenegg (10,1800 
to the Olecketeln Hut (aVi-6 hre.; guide 40 f r. ; difficult); and over the 
Roseaegg and tie Lauteraaraaild (lO^SSS'; p. 193] to the GrtRMti (16 bra.; 
guide 66 fr.), a grand glacier expedition, for thorough eiperia only. 

The valley soon contrsctB, and the raadgrsdaally ascends, high 
above the rapid Aare, to the (I'/i M.) Aiiseere Urweid (2349'; 
rfnitfl.). Beyond the short Znben Tannel, over which a waterfall 
descends, it reaches the (*/, M.) Itatere Urweid (2464'; small ino}. 
It then crosses the Schlagb/ichli and beyond another tnnn el, through 
a cliff of the Tonmde FliA, arrives at (1'/, M.) Boden (2933'), 
where it crosses the Aare before ascending to ('/, M.) Aegerstein- 
MeCtlm (3084'; Hut.-Pens. Mettlen, plain bat good). It then winds 
np the espanding ralley, erosses the Spreitlaaenmback, and tra- 
rerees wood and rock-strewn pastures to (B'/t M.) — 

9'/. M. aattannen (3480'; Bar, 35 beds from 3, B. 1'/,, L.S'/i, 
D. 4, P. from 9 tr. ; Slern, 10 beds, temperance ; guide, Alex. NSgeli), 
a modest moantain-reaort , the last village in the Oberliasli-T^, 
Hea at the foot of the Ritd.ibora (10,765'; T'/i hrs., guide 45 fr.; 
trying). Oyer the Fnrtwang-Sattel to the WindeggHut, see p. 145. 

The valley narrows and becomes wilder, and the road ascends 
steeply. After '/i ^^- it crosses the foaming Aare by the Tichingd- 
Brncke (3740'). Hnge masses of debris are reminiscent of ava- 
lanche and torrent. Abont '/» li'- farther we recross the Aare by 
the Schwarzhmnnen-BrUcke (3995'). The stream becomes wilder 
and descends in noisy rapids. The road skirts the clifTs of the 
Stduhenden, traverses a wood, and ascends 492' to the Bandcck 
Saddle in three long windings. From the (10 min.) Restawcmt 
Handedckekren (plain) we may reach (on the left) a point of view 
below the *H(uideok Fall, about 100 yds. from it. This cascade 
of the Aare (150 ft. high), which falls unbroken halfway to the 
bottom, in its reboond forms a dense cloud of spray, in which rain- 
bows arc formed by the snnshine between 10 an4 \ ij't\Q<i!t. 'fti*. 
silvery water of the Aerlenbach falls ttom i \iei%\A \.si ^-^ie "''^'^ 
into the same chasm, mingling halfway do-wu witti ftifc i£ie.l 1^^*^ 
vater of the Aare- Passengere may aligU ^ctc wvA xcifftB ''*■ 


306 ni-!l:5t.~lhp,p.tU. 0EIM8EL H08PICB. BtrneK 

diligence by the Hotel Handeckf&U. The road threads i tannel 
(4510') and, aboTe the fall, erosses the Aerlenbach, near vhich is 
a terrace with a splendid *Tiev of the fall. 

1S>/, M. nsidrPemiiM HandeckfaU (4528'; 50 beds from 4, 
B. 1'/,, L. 4, D. 5, P. from 11 fr.) 

TbB Bleep 'KiUenweg' on the rigbt bink of the Aare leads E. to 
IVI, hr.) the GOmer-Site [eOOC] wd ((0 min.) the aetmer-Alp (610!'), 
nheace iBcenli mty he nude of tlie DiechUrhorn (11,118'! Vl,bn., iU 
Ilie Bieohter aiaoiei) md the TieraijtlUUick (1I,1&5'; b hrs., via the Alpli 
aiuier]. DeKeDt to the WindegE Hul, see p. 146. — A difficult route 
ii W. from the Hmdeck vii the Jeriai Alp ind the Grttben Qlacier to 
the top of the HOImertiaaom (IO,«$e'; e hit.), whence the deacent u 
Bade vi» the Gmben-Grit to the Qanli Hnt (p. tOi). 

The road now traverses the boalder- strewn Boor of the valley, 
with a view (1.) of a fall of the Gdmerbach, which descends from 
tiie Selmer-See. The old bridle-path (preferaljle for wallters) diverges 
to the right and leadj over rounded itaba of racb, called the Helle 
fatten, worn bj glacier-friction. The road crosses the Aare below 
a waterfall by means of the Hellemad-Brticke (4678') and ascends 
in a wide cnrve, in places blasted out of the granite, amid grand 
and savage scenery. To the right (N.W.), above as, is the Aerlen 
Qlacier, with the rocky ridge of the Aerlengrltli peering over it. 
Below is the brawling Aare. Traces of glacial action are visible on 
both sides. Refreshments may be obtained in a hnt on the Kurzen- 
tSttTilen Alp (5300'), in an eipansion of the valley halfway belvcen 
Handeck and the Qrimael Hospice. The last pines now disappear. 
RbododendroDs abonnd and the whistle of the marmot resonnda 
on every side. On the opposite hank appear the chalets in the 
BatericJuboden (6595'), and high a^, to the left, is the Gersten 
G-lacier. Beyond the wild deSle of SpUaUamm, worn by the stroam 
between the Nollen (6499') and the spnrsof tbe Jnchlistock(93S3'), 
the ZinkenstQcke come into sight; behind them, to the right, rinr. 
the FiDsteraarham and the Agaaaizhorn and, still further, the Great 
Gfrindelwald Fiescherhorn. The bridle-path rejoina the road at 
this point. 

The (IT M.) Qrimsel EoBpioe (6155'), founded in the 15th 
cent., was converted in 1902 into aHo^ei(50bedsfroni 4'/ti B. lYi, 
L. 4'/i, D. 5'/si P- fi'O'" 12 fr., open June-Sept.) and ia now a fav- 
ourite headquarters for tourists and climbers. It is situated in a 
scene of utter desolation, in a dreary basin at the W. end of tbe 
dark little Grimid Lake, tbe ontSow of which joins the Aare on 
its way from the two Aare G-laciers before it dashes into the 
Spitallamm. The rocks are covered with moss and scanty herbage 
on the annny aide only. O-uidca are to be foand at the hotel. 

The *Kleitie SiedeUloni (SOTb') takes S-4 bra. We follow the 
Grimael road nearly to the lop of the psHs, then turn to the tight, and 
aacend on the right aide of theliiook descending la the Orimeel Lake loo 
— "i bI first), ovei paatore, dibrla, and recks, keepitig to the right. Farther 


ObeHand. GKIMBEL PASS. Kapi.pp.lM.ns.sao.- III. 207 

apa diatinat path ucandi the uiia, l&tteilv over iiWia of gmite, to th« 
ton. The *iow ii impoBing: to the W. the Schreokhora, FiBSlerurhorn, 
KDd FleBcherhBrier; to the N.E. the QaknBtDck, tram irhicb tbe Rbooe 
Qluier dewendi; to the S. the Upper Vilsia chain with ila namerons ice- 
Btiearai, particnlaily the Uriel Olacier: to the 8.W., in the dbtince, tbe 
Mieoh&bef, Matterhorn, Weiiehorn, etc. (oomp. Dill's panotams). — Tra- 
vallera bound for Obcrgegtden |p. 389) deececd on the S.E. aide, and 
there gain the footpath Scorn the Orimeel (jpide advieahle; camp. p. SOX). 
To THH Dou,nra Hot on the Untersu lilacier, 81/^4 hre. (guide IB ft.), 
aomewhat fatiguing but inteiesting. A footpath leads from the hoapice 
along the right hank of the Aire to the (!0 min.) Hahntleg (eOlff; aub- 
atantial bridge) and then up the left bank via the Unteraar Alp to the 
(JO min.) chalets of OlMler [618O0. Ahont & min. farther on Hie path 
aaoenda to the right of the Unleraar Glacier and in 10 min. more m 
take to the middle of tbe glaeier (direction indicated by cainia). We u- 
ccad for i/g ht. over ddbria and for 1 hr. more over njvi, noti] we reaoh 
1 point ffhete the hnt oomea in eight to the right. Here we ascend tbe 
large moraine (caim) and strike a path leading to (ly, hr.) the Dollfiu Hut, 
or Paviaoii Dollfut (7861'; keeper ; accommodalion for IS-16). en a rooky 
height overlooking the Unleraar Olacier. The hut, built by Dan. Uallfua- 
Auaaet in 1844 and handed over to the S.4.C. by his family in 1838, re- 

Sices Ihe 'HStel dee NeuchEitelois', where AgasKii, Desor, Karl Vogt, 
ild, aod other Bsvauts carried on their glacier observaliona. Oppoeita 
rise the Ziukensteeke (»9S0'), Thierberg, Scheuchzerhorn, and Escherliomi 
in the background, above the Fineteraar Ghdcr, the Finsteraarhom; and 
to the right the Lanteraarhorn and Sohreckhom. — We may continDe oar 
walk on the glacier as far as (>/, hr.) the toot iSieV) at the AbuAtmaig, 
a rocky ridge where the Finateraar and Lauteraar Qlaeier unite with the 
Unteraar Olaoier and where we enjoy a fnll view of the majestic Finster- 
asrhom. — The Doilfua Hnt ia a atarting-point for tho following aacentl 
(for eiperts only, with guide); the Gro«»eiou(eraQrAorB(I3,!e4'[ 1-6 bi*.; 
l,Tiide SO fr.], SdieucfieeThoni (11,388-; 3-4 hra. ; guide 40 fr.), Antaibmi 

' --■'- IBtr-l, BeroKftoeit (il,9«6'; 6-Shrs.; guide B6 ft.), 

•-1 hra.f guide 4fl '" ' --■» '^---- ---»-- --» — "" ■*—*' 

via the Uanii Paaa, aif^Hhra.. mi" 

From the Grimsel Hospice we ascend Tii the (l</i hr.) THibten-Ste 
(1736').' the Oberaar jUp, and the whole leiwth of the Oberaar Qlacitr 
to (6-1 hrs.) the Oberoar-Jooh |ip,eor). A little higher op is the Ober- 
aar-Joeh Hut ot tbe S.A.C. (10,8ie'; accommodation &r 30 and provision 
depot), a headquarters for the difficult ascents of the Oberaarhorii (11,910'; 
l'/,hr,; guide 10 fr.]. tbe StudflTkorn (11,983'; i'/i-Sbrs.! gnide 60 fr.), 
and the ■Finsteraarhom (p. 195; e-7 hrs.; guide lisfr.), which is reached 
via the Studer-Fim, the Bemilacke {Bothvm-Saitel, 11,083'; S.W, ot 
the FiuBleraar- Both om, 11,841'), and the (Bhrs.) FiuflteraBrborn Hut. — 
From the OberaarJoch to the Eggii\oni Hotel (8 9 hrs,; guide from the 
(irimsel 60 fr.) : to the (>/, hr.) GemslDche (see above], then a steop doareiit 
to the Firgcher-Fim, to tho right to tbe (I'/ibr.) QrlinhoTHlllcIn; (10,8lfl'), 
and down to the (3/, hr.) Oonoordia Hnts (p. Sdi). 

From the Orimael oret the Nagdisgrmi to the Fia-lai (S hra. ; guide 
18 fr.], seo p. 13!. — To Qrindelwiid ^'A the StToMegg (14 hrs., guide 
50 fr.; easier than in the reverse direction; the night may be apenl at 
the Dollfua Hnt), or vli the FintteTaar-JoOt (11 hrs.; guide 50 tr.), "' 
I'A the Latiieraar-SattA (16 hra. ; guide eli fr.), hoc p. 195. — To /R?iei 
kxTCHen via the Triniinvm.i and tiie THft Hal |18 "- —"- " ' 

i (18 hra.; guide 45 fr.) 

The roadcroaBBB the bridge between the twoarmsof theOrimsel 
Lake (short-citt bj the old bridle-path, to the right) and iiVa&&'%^ 
(retrospect of the GroBse Sclireckhorn, oi\ ttie TigjnVi \.Q'Onfc'C>^'*-\\*^ 

S08,tr.lt4,f»7. RBICEBITBACH. Bfrnar 

QrimBalPaflfl(718S'), wbieh marks the boDndaTT between OMitoa 
Berne sad tbe TalkiB. Tbe name of the small TolatSm ('lake of 
tbe dead'; 7034') commein orates tbe bitter fighiing here in 1799 
between UieADStrians and the French. Fine view of tbe TaUis Alps 
and the great Gries Glacier. 

A trwtpllb to IbE right ■( Ihe tspmo*! bend of the pui (lOrr) uccoda 
■ ilony Rut U the beighl ol Jliff, ud de«endi lii the Orimud Alp to 
(> hn.; Oberanttlen (p. MB; is the oppoiitti dlrectian f/rS kn.; follow 
Uie palM ; Enids 6 f r, , gdviuble in dull wuthei]. — Tbiwi who cduo fcoai 
the Blione GUcier ud iDteod lo clioib (he KMne BiedtOurrn (p. 206) do 
not uund direct trom tho pu>, But roUow the road Cor oooie way 
beyood the carve on the Berna aide before diTerging to the left. 

From tbe pass tbe road, in six great CDrres, dcBcends tbe Bl«cp 
alope of tbe Mmentoaag, in riew of the Bhone Glacier, the Oalen- 
etock, and tbe Dammastock. Tbe bridle-patb (shorter) is stosy and 
onlf to be recommended for tbe ascent. In 1 hr. (np ]'/« br.) we 
reach the — 

S3 H. RhoM Glacier Hold (5750') at GUt»cb, see p. 389. 

52. From Spiez vi& Kandersteg to Brigae. 
The Ldtschberg Bailway. 

46 i[_ 


Eipreaa in 


hr., ordinary 

train in 

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6, 13tr. 85, S 

fr.eSc; from 


18 fr. 40 c. 


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From fipiee to (4'/, M.) MnUnen-Aetchi [2373'), see p. 166, 
Tbe railway folloHS the right bank of the Eander. 

5</i H. Belchenbaafa (2335'; BettaDranl Eom fiahnhof ; EAt. 
Bar, 35 beds from 3'/,, B. 1'/,, L. 4, D, 4"/,, P. from 9'/, fr,; 
Erenz), a Tillage 5 min. E. of the ststioa and V,U. above tbe mooth 
of the pictnresqne Kiental, is bnilt on an allnvial hillock deposited 
by Ibe Keichenbach U 

nne-horee carr.) aacesdi B.Z, throogh tbe glrigglia^ village of (I U.) 
ScluirnaclUal (I7S0'; Pena. Fritz Wenger), beyond wliich cpena a ■plcDdiil 
view of the deep, wooded valley, commanded by the BlOmliMlp. 

S-l, a. Kiental |310fi'; tHat..Feue. Kientalerbof, SO beds, BSr, SO heda, 
at both R. from 4 S. l'l„ L. *. D, S, P. from lOi/, fr. ; Knrhan* Bei^rieden, 
MbedifromS'/^ P.frDmV/.fr.; Hat.-Pena.SchSnegg, SO beda, aame price*) 
/> M taamer-rgworl, aotai Uke Zimmer**^^ '^ ^^^^ ^f^' ^^^ ^^^»^>(inii>i 
SbcUIUI aeetiogM bt\i htn dorina 
domin>le4 no Ihe K. by the Htrhorfliik ((WW) a 


Obtrland. FKUTIGEN. «aii,p.le7.~lll. S-Ss. 

t biuk of tha Kieabtch, 
3nnd (u tbe Kl ' ~ ' .. .. i 

,, _ ,-,-_ iBUBDdiiur from th 

£->Pbim. AlpennA (3 

i«. ^IpmrvA OTlir; JS beds from S>/^ D. i, T. from 9 fr.). 

a the (treuD to tlic (lO min.) TlchinifUMp {i7Si% when 

e view at the jt«Ked OspsttCDhnin. We aow uceiii tha 

tDB of the B»;Aten»(ich, u the iippei acaiBe of the Kieobicli 

faulng tlie (tO mJD.j Loicer PoeMenbaeh Fall [iminediBtel; 
, to the left, is the cnrioue round Ilexenktittl or 'Witchei 
lud the pretty DOnden Fait tt mm. heyoud which, to 
path, ii the Impoaing Upper Pochienbach FaUi, ud aac 
iBgh wood to (he {'/i Er.)7ra(r-Fm«. Waldrand [4TBJ'; 60 h 


KurbauB Grleaalp |«BS4'; 100 bede from K, B. s, L. B, D. 6, P. from 
11 fr.), a health-reeort, freqaented ilao for wiiter-aporte. Paaaei and 
aacenta: over the Lovtr and Upper J>&nderi Alp to the Bund Atp aod the 
HohtHrli l«881'j, and <Lown to Kandersteg (7 bjs.; gaide 30 fr.], camp, 
p. I«t ; via the Fochtenhieh Bridge to tbe Sleiaenbera Alp (48M'|. aud then 
via the BUrgli Hut and the (i hm.) JMrrenberg Hut to tlio StllnenfsTgiie, 
HDd down to MUrrrrn (8 hn.i goide il fi.), comp. p. 183; i\i the Qraachi- 
lucke and the TacAiiiaei Qlacier to the Upper S/einberg IS hn., for ex- 
perts oDlf; guide S3 frO, comp. p. isi. — The Osi>altwkhoni (11,196'; 
tti/rB bra.; eaids 65 fi.), a diScoll climb: to the (4 hra.) QtpaUenhorn 
Hut of tbo S.A.C. {8006'; accomiiiodBtion for ii), on the W. side of the 
Gapaltenhsrn, then oTer the BaUlamaUOcke and the N.W. artte to tbe 
Hummit. — Tha BOtttMMIl (lO.Wff'), awesded from tbe DUrrenbere Hut 
Oee abOTB] i> ti/,-4 hn. (guide !t> tr.], ia not difficult for eiperta. — 
DUndeolioni or WUme (MOf), for eipetti only, ti>/i hn. mtb Kuide 
[30 fr.); to Ibe [1 hr.) Upper DOnden Alp and by tba rooky ledgei ot the 
D&ndenband and dibrla^o the (3i/, hn.) ton, comp. p. 211. — From the 
DUrrenberg Hnt aver the TdSi to de SeAiUJlOTTi (Sieu'; guide 13 tr.) uid 
the Qrotie BUndthoni (MHf; guide safr.], Si/r4 hra. each, aee pp. 181, I8S. 

The railway croeseB the Eander (to the lett, Sne rieir of the 
Kiental, with the BlUmliBBlp and GBpalteuhom). 

8'/, M. Fratisen. — Hotm-S. BeOevue; BaJmhof, *0 beda from i'/j, 
I.. S, D. 4, P. 8-9 fr., good; E6l.-Reit. Lateehberg, aame prices; HAt.dti 
Mpe* A Terminus, XI beda, 5imi*m, W> bedi, AHer, 30 beda, Helvftie, 
» beda, National, in theae five E. from 8, P. /rom 8 tr, ; Pent, eum Bad, 
Kith chalybeate Hpring, P. from 8 fr.; Ptnt.-Beel. HiiUer-BacUer (temp. 
amtx); Pent. VOlaWaidegg, 'I, M. from the etation, od the Adelbedeu road ; 
P$ni.I>olde>l}lom,<ltitbtBdrieai7natt6(!aSff), t'hU, la tlie S.W., P, from 
8 fr. — Cafe Durig, with vlew-tenaee, t mln. trom the nilnay Blatian. 

Frutigm (2560'} , it village ot 4743 inhab. , ia situated in tbo 
fertile valley or the EngttUgenbach, which falls into the Kandcr 
loner down. The road to Adelbodcn (p. 214) ascends thia valley. 
Beaalifnl Tiews, op the Kander-Tal, of the Elsighorn, Uoldenhorn, 
Balm born, Altels, etc. 

The Oerilumi |HM«-; 91/^1 hm. ; guide not iudi>penaa)>l«t » «ii »>'n 
■ad attrtative accent. — A more impoaiDg ii«« ii aB<iT&«&\n ^^e tSV^-o.- 
-Odagliom (TflfO"), waled vi* the UOileiSterg in 4. ^T*. ^jp'** '''^'■•-^ 
iniiepeBMtble tat expei%t). — From FTntinm to «>• B^^Mni. W- ^^2: 
-i4JU./»A«p,(ife,,e,'theroid near IF^, \»»At-vf ^..^^•^^"S*"^ 

21U III. UmitciS. KANDEItSTEU. Hfiua 

Belaud tbe rniDed Telletiburg the LOtcehberg KaiJw&y crosaeB 
the Eander by a stone vladact of flteven arcbeB, 90' higb. — 11 U. 
Eanderffmad (2657'). Tbe rillttge is on the left bunk; on the 
right is the chnrcfa of Bunderbaek. 

The railway now ascends in two largo bends, tlie serond nfwhii^h 
threads aBpirnJtanDellSOOyds. in length, paases the rninofFe/sen- 
b'i^, which the traveller observes at first above biiti, then before 
him, and flnallj below him. To the W. are the ateep sloiici of the 
Elngkorn (7697'). — 14 M. MUthoU-Btaunee {3156'), for the 
*BlaiigefU (2952'), which is visible from the train and is reached 
from the station in 10 minntea. The iatc, embosomed in woods, is 
remarkable for its brilliant imlonr (adm. 1 fr. , incl. a ron- on the 
lake; HOt.-Pens. Blansee, 50 beds from 3'/,, D- 3^/t-t, P. from 
S fr,, with restanraut). — Farther on the line threads the Bied- 
bach Tunnd (1676 yds. in length) and ascends tho BiiMatutz (view 
of the falls of the Kander to the right). 

19V( M. EanderBtOg. — Ths Eailwai STiTiaH ie 0!\ tbi' It'ft biuk 
u( the Kuder, the viIUkb mainly on thn right (briitE*' from \hc itallm 
to iha cbnrch). 

Eotola. Neab THE Chubch ^ *Gr.-H6t.Victori-i, IBbbeds f rom li, B.!, 
L. Vl,. D.6'/», P. from IBfr. : "Schaeiserlior. 80 beds from B, B. S. I,. S, D. B, 
P. froml9'/,fr. ; ^i«f r, !» Ma from 1, P. f lom 10 f r. ; H6t.-11:ita. MMhr. 
■it bean, P. from 9 ft., pUin bnl Rood. — Fabtbek to tub N. : *SpoTt^IIoiv1 
Benterhof, SB berb from iVi. B. 1»;„ L. 4Vi. I'- 5'/j- P- from li fr. ; «(.^ji(ro( 

from 1» or II ft. : JipewVficfc, SB beJs, P. Vrom S fr! ; Am. JVrtB. iji/.iiljit- 
otp, SB bedH from »tK B- I'/i, L. 4, D. 4Vi, P. from tO fr. ; T,.iiri>tc, IH bedo, 
P.trom a tt.; Jl^ina,iiheiu,V. f tool S Ir.; *Orand- Biicl , 110 bcik 
from t'/,, B. 1^1,, L. Vh, D. BVi. P- from IJ ft.; *KurhaHi (fi.imetly 
Bflblbid), noir the N. end of tiio village, 1 M. from tlie ntstion, 60 bi;d« 
- " -■ '.i, D. S, P. from - ' '- '■- - 

iMDk ( 

If the Kander, •!, 



he S.W. of tliB 

Btalioa- Waldr 

ond, 50 bed. 

, P. from 10 fr. 


lin. from the »■ 

Ution, /v™ 


.. Hi bed«. P. In 




BT BiBH, V, M. 

t.. tl^o S. .J 

the" eh 

aii.b: set. de- Alpei, 


,, P. fri 

JMf. 20 bed. 

P. fromS'/.fr.; firthei 

, Simplon, 


, P. fromSfr.; 

off (be 

mafn road, 18 beili 

., P. 

. from 

tHlter lloDft lb 

e main road 


{temperaBceJ, 4C 

torn S'l 

'•> B.'l's;, 

,, L. 3i/„ D. 4, P. from « fr. 


rose, 40 beds, P. 


fr.; ». 

Parit-Hotol Chmmi. 74 

B. 1=/. 

, P. from 11 h: 



D. 1'/. M. from 

tbe station 


ao bede, eaiDo p 


UE 0scBiii«N-3EB : mt. 


W bed 

* from aVs, B, 1 


li. 1 

II8I. Gatterntui, 


beds, P. i 

From 8 6 

■.: TVoiaWag. 1 

PoBi & Tbuigrapi 



E neai 

the Hat. 

Violoiia. -^ Tt 

10 Vexeehss 

{ iDformition (good map of tl 

ouo.,. — vwiiuib'Tai Mo. per day. — Ebqui.h ^.Huuuii j 

Victoria (mrvioea in Jnly inf Aag,]. — RoiuH Cithouc Se 

Horse from Kanderateg to tbe Gemmi 30, (here am 
Oabriaob 85 and 40 tr. 

OuldM. Abraham Mllller and son ; Peler, Friti. Sam., 
Sam. Ogi-KDnii; Gottfried UiDnig;Gottf[. and Ad. Uttilor; 1 
Sloller; Bam. KlopleDBtein: Job., Peter, Gottfr.. and Fritz R 
Sohmid; Adolf Sflhmidrig; Obri.t. Gyvor; David Wandflnt 
Hana Bohny; Friedr. UUUar; Bud. Baulier; Hana Waibel. 


OberlaHd. KANUBKSTEO. ///. Bmtte S3. 21 I 

■ Kanderileg (,3SSy-39a7'), Ihe highest villige in the Kaudcr- 
Til, with a few pretty tarmhonsea and a fm^l 16th cent, church, 
is both a tnmmer and a winter resort. It straggles from the £flM- 
fidli (now the Hfltel Enrhans) for 2Vi M. along the main road as 
far M EggfTischwajid, at the beginning of the Gemmi bridle-path. 
A San panorama is aeen frohi here: N.E, is the jagged Birrenborn; 
]<:. the glistening snow-mantle of the BItlmlisalp and the DoMen- 
horn; S.E. the barren FisistOcke. — Waits may be lakea from the 
Kurhaus to the £., at first by a path with blae marks, then across 
steep pastures Ifl the top of thBit6tgen(4439'; '/lir.jiN.W. across 
the Kander to Xgerten and up the Senggiii'l^iir. there and back); 
from the station N,W. up the floA (4396'), retnming Tia fii«»<jfte(i 
(2hrs.); paat the Hatel Doldenhom to the Untere Bibay (5059'; 
I'/^br.) or the Fisi Alp {6i50' \ 2 bra.; rich flora); from the Krens 
Hotel W. across the Kander to the Scknekboden ('/, hr.; view of 
the whole valley). 

I''i.r the .walk to the Oscbinen-Sec {I'U hr.) wc follow Ibr Icrt 
h;ink ai thi-.OsiMiienbaahbom the HAtelViuloria, cross to Ihc right 
Ijunk after </« hr. (on the nght is the Staubbach Fall), and thfii 
nsC'ind steeply. The *6scMiien>See (5187'; 1 M. long. "/jM^ 
wide, and 206' deep) presents a snperb sptctacle with an amphi- 
thealre uS rocks and glaciers aa its background. Mirrored in (hi! 
lake are the BlUmliaalp, FrUndenboni, and Doldenborn, wilh llieir 
ivatcrfalls. The finest view-point is the path along tlic bank to Ibc 
left of the liotel (soe p. 210). Rowing-boat 1 [r. per hour. 

The wilddASTKBR-TAL deaerrGB STJait. A good path, direicinE botweeo 
the Beai and Qemm] hotela, akirU flret the feft, Qien the rifiht bmk of 
the Kandci, which dBHcenda througli the •Sfui in piciucexque (alls. Abora 
the Klua ('j, hr.) opBDi the batin of QaxlernAob! [4480'). A biidge ciDaaaa 
tho Ksnder to the (6 min,) Hotel Wnldhaua |p. 2101, wliirh iroinmaoda 

tba Tatlisborn aoci tbo Altela. We pisa (I'/.lit. ft'""' Kuiderateg) the 
G'asteiu Hat nf the Alpine Verelnigang Bein (19SG'; aiicomniudali.iu for 
iO). Farther up, at (I hr.) Seldm (63150, i" 'he small Httel Gaatemtal (ass 
pp. ilU, 184), ~ A steep and aiddy path (guide IS fr.) ascends fiom the 
Wsldhius to the a. to the (tVihn.) WUd^gm or Baimhom Hut of . the 
S.A.C. (16411'; aecommiidatiaa }gr 16), wheuoe the BalnAom (p, tlS) may 
be ascended Id S-i> hrs, (diHlauIt; guide tl6 fr,). 

Tbe Bl&mlualp oi Frau, a hiiEo mountain-eroup, covcied on the 
N. side with a dazilinii mantle o( snow and on the S. dosfending in 
boM procipioes to the Kander-Fim, oulminstes in Ihicc peaks. To Ibo 
W, is the mamlitoiphorn (12,040'), the highest; in the centre is thn 
snowy Waeee Frau (ItiOltf), and to the E, is the jaorgfnhom (11,3061 
with the lower WUde Praa (10,6980, mSmligalpgtoac (10,6*10'), BlUmUgalp- 
Bothorn (I0,S1S'), and OscAiiienAom (11,460'), The starting-point for these 
ascenla is the Siimiiaalp Hut of the 8.A.C, (p, 1B4; 4 tars, from the 
Oschineo-Sec;, wheuce the Wilde Frau ma; be ascended in t bra. (guide 

'TGT of thfl BlDmluilp gTonik 

mi IfiOKf) uid the (t fan.) Blttmliulp Hu 

dBMBnd to Kindentog (18-14 hn. in mU). — The Bfrro 

Bunditoci [BOIKn uid the (t hi 

. . . , to Kudentgg (IS-U hi., in . , 

(SIISO, vil tha OiohincnAlp In 4 hn. (gvide lS(r.), U npajisg 


The Doldenhom [Il,eiB'; guide 50 tr.), difflentt, ii ueendBd from 
the ZtoldenJuirm But of the 8.A.C. (.ccominDdition for IS), 3 hn. from 
SinderBteg. on th« Upper Bibfrg (esoif). In 8 hn. _ The TrQndenborii 
{ll,oa-; Boide AO fi.) li sot diffionlt for npcrti (from the OHhinsB-Bee Tii 
the In den FrSndai Alp in 6-7 hn.).— DlfBcnlt piues Ind wioh the 
OichiTien-Joch (lO.tSV), between the Oubbenbom knd the Friliidenhoin, 
■Dd icroBB the FrUnden^oiA (SNA'), between the Frflndenhorn and the 
lloldenhoiu. to the Untthom Hut (Shn.j guide hOti.). 

The 'AlpioheleiihulMl [TSM'; Shn.; Eufde, net ee»:nti>t for ei- 
pertt, li fr.) is etsj inri ittrutiTe. Fiom the Bsir Hotel we cidii the 
Alpbaeh (r.) and isfend the tffcMnai-Tal to the (1 hr.) &KMnmAlp (1*39"; 
wildfloweii), and thause to (he right bv the Bondei Krinden ronte (p. tii; 
Bteep It plues, but late) to the Alptclifien Alp (iSW). Thence N.E. to 
the [! hrs.) eiimmit {fine view). 

Other ucenta tiom Kendereteg ue the Fiiintadre i^W; guide IB fr. ; 
besutiful view}; the Mngluym neoy; gnirle l!(r.); «>« (MWl 16b.)i 
Bonder^pitae (aaeo*; ISfiJ; fieUlAorn [7MS'; ISfr.); and the KTMn-Lohner 
(K60C0, Grott-Lohntr |10,0«n md Ttchliigdiaeiaiglioni fffiW), comp. 
p. 116 (euide »3 fr. eseh). — The 'SchUthorn or Hockaihorn (10,817') i* 
mended from Selden (p. ill) in the Outera TilUy by the LGtHcbea Pew 
(p. HI) in 6 hn. (goide SO, to Bied 10 (i. ; not difflooll). 

Fioni Kandenleg oTet the Btmder Eriiiden to Adelbodeii, see p. 116 
(Shn.; guide IGfrO; over the HdcMStU to the KierOal, see p. 109.— 
Over the TicMng^ I'lva to Ijtuterbrunnen, see p. 184 [11-13 hra., guide 
40 f[.; to the Uutlhorn Hut, 7-8 hie., guide 10 fr.)! tnyellen ire idTiiH 
to spend the night it Bclden (oomp. p. ill). - Tp Sied vii the LiMttMeii 
ran (0 hrs.; guide 30 fr.), see p. 34T. A lonpi hut more inlerestintt 
rente (1! hn.^ guide 50 fr.) ie by the Tichingel Paea route to the top 
of the Kiniier-Firn, then to the right over snow-tlope- to the top of tlie 
Pelerliirat (I0,G1&': magnificent view): the descent is made through the 

FaOH Kandebsteq oteh the Qeumi to thb Baths of Lluk, 
G'/, hrs., bridle-path (guide or porter 15 fr.; horse, see p. 210; 
riding down the (Jemmiwand impracticable). — -The bridle-path, 
shady in the morning, begins at the Bear Hotel (1'/, M, from 
the mil. station) and ascendB straight towards the GeUikom 
(7510'), at the head of the Kander-Tal. On the right llie Alpbach 
descends from the VschiTten-Tal. The path winds up the hill-slope 
in 35 zigzags for 3 hrs. to the height 'Heim iStock' (6015'; rfmts.), 
at the beginning of the upper valley. It then gradaslly ascends 
through wood high above the Gastern-Tal and, farther ou, above the 
Schwarzback VaUei/, affording views of the Pisistock, Dolden- 
horn, etc. After 50 min. we reach the SpUtOnutite (6240'), a paatnre 
strewn with atones and dfebria, which is overwhelmed from time 
to time (last io 1895; memorial tablet) by a barat of the glacier 
covering the slopes ot the Altcls, to the left. Between the Altels 
and the black rocky peak of the Kleine Binderhom (adjoining which 
is the anow-clad Orosae Rinderhoni), lies the Schwarz Glacier. 
We next ascend a stony chaos to the ('/t br.) ~ 

..,Cooglc"i-»ei.—nt. n.s 

' HAtel Bohwarenbaoli ifiliW; 40 bedit, P. rroin 10 tr.), £, 
^lonn tain e era' ticaclqiixrlora in the small nppcrrnoBt Talley, with 
triHDgaliu' lake. 

The Hindwhom (Il.aW) eh™. {gHido M(r.), not difflmlt. — Tbt 
•Balmhom (11.I75'), saoeoded b <>-7 Iu-h., vi& the Schwu-i Oluiat ud 
tlio Zagen-Qrat (flBBU'; toilaomu, bnl (see trout dBUKSi; giiids 40. to tbe 
BiCliB o( Leah GO tr.), affords i. inigniBoenl pinorntnR of H. Swilisr- 
iBnd *ai at the Bemeai^ aid ttie Yalais A-lps as fir as MontBtanc Tg 
Iho B., far baluir, are Ihe Bilhi of Leak; to the S.E., ths ooIohwI 

Bipert cltmien ma; do'icend fmni the ZBeon-Ont to tlie [i hn ~~ 
(p. SIS] and (1 hr.) tbe Batha oC Leuk. dimbeia free from dizi 
reach the Altels (11,930'! guii'a 66 tr.) in l-l'/i hr. from the Bi 
from IheSemmi over the LBramstii Olaoier in 4if,hr>. (comp.pp.J16, Ml; 
Ihe near >lde of the glacier ia a raihei- dlfflonll paaai^e}. — Over the 
Hgcn-Oral V< Mdbodeii lfi-S<l,hTt,.\ noi difljonlt; piide M fr.), see 

We neit reach the (36 min.) ahallow Daubmmee (7265'), l'/< M . 
long, with EO riaible ontlet, and frozen over for 8-10 monthB iu the 
year. Tbe patb ekirla the E. bank at the lake tor 35 mjo., and, 
10 mia. beyond it, reachea the Oemml, or Doube (7640'; Hat 
Wildatmbel, 48 beds from 4'/,, B. l"/j, L. 4'/,. D. 5'/j> P- fro'" 
12 fr.), the top nf th'^ pass, commanding a snrpriaing *yiew of the 
Rhone Vnlley und the Alps of the Valaia (panorama by Imfeld) ; In 
tbe right is the WildBtrnbel, with the lAmmeni Glacier, and far 
' ' iw lie the Batha of Lenfc. The view ia still less impeded from 
Vordere Piaitenhorn (8535'; '/, hr. E.), an easy climb. 
About 4 min. beyond the pass we reach tbe brink of an almost 
feer precipice, 1G6U' high, down which, in 1737-40, tbe cantons of 
le and Valaia eonstrncteil a narrow bridle-path. The windinga 
are hewn in the rock, often resembling a spiraJ etaircaae. Tb« 
steeper parts are protected by railings (rotten In places). At the 
foot of the cliff extends a slope of debris, the lower part uf which 
ia covered with Brs, At a corner is a refreshment-booth. 
Bat}t» ofLeuk, aee p. 346. 



About I '/, M. to the S. of Kandersleg the Li'itscbbebu RiiLWii 
enters the greatI.6taohberg Tunnel (p. 208), 9 M. in length, which 
runs 8,E. beneath the npper Gaatern Valley and the Lfltschen Pass 
(p.346) and emerges in the narrow ZSfachen-Ta2. — 30 M.6o7)peii- 
s(«fn (3999'), slntinn for visitors to the Letachen-Ial (I'/i hr. from 
Kippel, S'/t hra. from Bicd, p. 347). — The train crosses the Lonaa 
by aloftyviadnct and fans through aseriesof InnnelBandavalanche- 
gallBriee (comp, the Map, p. 361) to (33^/, M.) HoltUnn (3646'), 
where a aplendid Tiow of the Rhone Valley is disclosed; sJiead oC 
OS, OB the Hoor oC the ralley 1313' below, are the villages 
Gampel (p. 346) anil Raron (p. 348). The pictureaqne ^artjs 
the RiflKi^hlal is prossed by u bridge, iSfi' W\^. — ^e'jiyfti'?*r 


S14 7«.B.M.— Jftipt,jt.»w,M»,iii. ADELBODEN, -Stnmt 

Aus»erbergj where a, roach ptih deRCsndi to Viip (p, ]ltB;'*l^hr,), 
wt tnas the Baitaehieier-Tai. To the right u the Tilli^ of 

Kggerberg ; opposite liea Vi»p, at the month of the Vitp Tmlley, 
commanded by the anow-clad peska of the Hiaehibel. Beyond 
(41'/, M.) Lalden-VE cross the {?rerfe(scfl- !/'((( and finally the Rhone 
Ml (46 M.) Brigue (p. 348). 

53. From Fmtigen to Adelboden. 

10 H. Motor C*b in 1 hr. 10 min. (fare B fr. 60 e.). 

Frvtigm [2560'), see p. 209. The road ascends throngb the 
deep and veU-wooded Eesstuden-Tal on the left bank of the 
Btream, crossing several torrents descending on the right from the 
Nieaen chain. — 3 M. iited(2854'). The Tillage (3539') is on the hill 
to the right. We then pass below the lAnlerfiuk (BlHtc-qn«rries). 
At the head of the valley appear the rocky crest of the Fixer and 
the snow-clad Wildatrnbel. We cross the Hohe Steg (3516'}, a 
aingle-span iron bridge 230' above the stream. — 5'/, M. Aeluettn 
(3641'), a BOattered lillage. We recroaa to the left bank and aacepd 
in great curves (Bhort-oot). 

10 M. Adelboden Hotels (it tuiJanmmer it it advisable to 

■KDre rooma befDreband: bigbeal prices in wintsr). *ilajada Faiaee, of 
the very 4r>t daaa, liO beda from 7, B. 3, L. S, D. 10, P. from IB ft.; 
*araJld-Rdtd, 190 beda from 6, B, B, L. 5Vi, D- 6Va, P- f""" 'Slf.i 
*Baiina-Bdtd BondinMi, IBO bsda from e, B. t, L. 6, D. T, P. fnai 
Ittr.; *!faliotua, li« bods from 6, B. i, L. W/^ D. B'Jj, F. from 14 h.; 
*Siilm-H6tel furikaua, hiriier up, 120 beda iiom b, B. S, L. 6, D. e, P. f roni 
lSi/,fr.; *AiUer £ Kuriaal, lOO heda (ronUi/,, B. S'/,, L. 6, D. Si/„ P. 
from 1! fr.; Kuranitatt Bettevue, 10 beds, P. from It fr.; Bport-BSId 
Waldpark iC SchBnegg, 60 beda, good. Buldi'a BOtei Viaoria, IS bids, 
Pens. Buldi, is beda, Beaulite, 70 beda, in theae tour P. ftom llfr.j 
mt.-Pms. Eddweisi. 18 beda, P. from OVi ''■; B^t.-Feni. Alpetn^ie, 
■■••-■ -~ ■ - - ■ maciiegai,\K ■ - " 

44 beda, P. troni 10 (r, ; i'me. HaH sum adhiegai, 1 M. to the N., M 
in a Imbd boose and aighl cbalets, P. from B fr. : H6t.-Feia. Alpe 
TO beda, P. from 9 fr.; Obsrlaiid (tempDianceJ, 20 beda, P. from fl fi. 
Pmi. Alaijia, at Boden [p. S16), !S heda, P. from BVi ir. ; Pent, da Alpn, 
at Qilbacb, D/i M. to the S.W., 10 beda, P. from Bfr.; Bdt. BngtUigen- 
alp (p. B15), 86 beds. 

PoarOmcrneu tbeohnich, to the S.iTcbEQiupii Office nsarlynpp. 
the Adler.— EmjiniiT Offiob opp. the Adler. — Visitors' Tai 46-40 c. per 
day and per pereon. — PaoToaBiPHS and photographic malurials at Ed. 
Gyeer-s, near the Victoria, — Eboubh Chvbch (services in July and Aiig.). 
— ftonAit OAinoLia Chdbch. 

QuiDGB. Johanu Piereo; Gottfried Kttnii: Alfred Amaohwand ; Dav. 
Spori; Friedr. und Chriat. Hari; Ohriatian, Sottlieb (tno), and Slepban 
BirtBchi; Priedr. Hager: Herm. .Taggi ; Friedr. and Cbmt. AUonbach; 
Arnold Elopfenetein. 

Adelboden (4450'; pop. 2045), a large village silaated on a 
sheltered hill-alope 400' above the conSnenee of the Engstligenbach 
and Allenbach, with a view of the Lohoer range and the Wild- 
atrnbel, ia frequented as a snmmer-resort and also for winter-sports. 
On Ihe 8. side of the church arc 1 .'ith cent, wall-paintings. 


OTerlond. ADEIBODEN. Map,p.tll.-1II.B.SB. 216 

The walka ia the environs arc marked vitb colonred signs. 
Black: N. vit Aassersehnand to (V, hr.) tlie BfUtchegg (4480'), in 
the Tschenten-Tal, with view of the Frntig-Tal and Nieaen range. 
Red: to the right from the BUtsohegg path ('/> hr,) to the (1 hr.) 
Ckoleren-Schliicht, a rocky gorge excavated bj the Tschentenbach ; 
thence down the left bank to ('/< hr.) the Fochtenketsel , in the 
ravine of the Engatli gen bach, over the bridge, and hack by the 
main road (I'/^lir.). White: to the top of the Sehwandfehlspitze 
(66S5' ; view), 2 hra. W. Yellow; W. across the AUenbach to (1 ht.) 
the Sehermlanne, a huge dead pine (rfrats.). Bed; S. over the stone 
bridge and through Bodai (Rest. Sonne) to (be (!'/» hr.) Lototr and 
(1 hr.) Upper Engstligen Fall, and thence to the ('/> br.) Engti' 
ligen Alp (636a'; hotel, see p. 214), a dried-np lake at the foot of 
the Wildstrnbel; diverging to the right, 6 min. beyond the atona 
bridge, s path ascends to the KuonUbergli (5T0S') and ('/i hr. 
farther) the USchat (6470'; pretty view of the Adelboden valley). 

Abcehts. yii the Boodei Alp lo [lie Bonderapitoc (SSB9-; 4 hrs., 
e-it,i-. guide n fr.). — Viu the ElaieAlp, with its pretty lake, lo the Blsle- 
hom (lenr; 6hrs,. easy; gnide 1! fr,). — Diy«Bbg to the left from the 
S<:heriDlBnne path after SO min.. a path (bine mKcka) croBHea the AlUn- 
baiii, and aeceods the GilbacK-Tal, past (^/, hr.) the Pens.-Beit. dea Alpei, 

mooB(i;410'; viewl, whence another hour brlntre'ns to the 'LavoyKTat 
(7396-; S'/iliri. from Adelhoden, enide ISfr.). View of the Beroose, Vaud, 
and FrlboDi^ Alps, with the Baths ofLenh at our feet. — VU the Scherm- 
Luine iJid the i'U-rggi Alp 16870') to the *Albriathorn ISOUS'j 6</,brs.^ 
^i<le 18 fr.). Snpeib view of the Bernese and Valais Alps. Descent S. 
ovur the Seeuitenhorn (8300'), Thierberg (JTWO, and the Lavejgrat Igulde 
S3fr.), or from the Thietberg W. toLenk (p. !!0). Comp. p. M7. — From 
the Eneelligea Aln (aee above) to the T^hingolloohtiBltom (BBSe": 
3>/, hrs.i the last Vi br. rock - climbing), or lo the Tier&dnUi (9fiU'; 
K'/ihro.), both rather difficnlt (gnide SS and 18 tr.l. — From the Enf-Htligen 
Atp ?il the Binterberg and Artelsitgrat to the Qross-Loliner |10,0M'; 

the KngBtJigen Alp 'to the •Wildstniltei |lbo 'e, peak of the Qrott- 
Ntrubel, 10,610']. » very interesting glaoier Bipeditien, not diMoult for 
Mtuidy climbers |8Vi-a hra.; gnide 40, to Gemmi or Lonk BO f r.). The 
ascent le steep, over dibris and the crevaased Strubel Olacier to the 
Stmbflegg 196131, then over the Lammern Olacier and round the Groes- 
atruhel, and acroae the snow arBte (nearly level), from the N.W., to the 
Hummit (malcnificenl view). The descent ia made to (8 hrs.) the Qemni 
(p. 313; diSoutt hit near the end of the LUmmern Glacier), or vii the 
LSmmern-Joch and the flaine Morte to (2>/, hrs.) the Wildllrviid But 
and (4 bra.) Lenk (p. tilSj. 

PAsanB. To Lenk (comp. p. BBl). To the HahBenmoos (i'/,hra.), sea 
above; the descent U over Alpine meadowa (wild Sowers) with view of 
the upper tJimmeD-Tal, Wildatnibel, Rfitzll Olacier. Wildborn, etc. (eimpla 
inn at the BUHberg). A longer and laborioua route ia viS the Ammerten 
Pant (8031') lo the SiohenbninDen (p. SM ; 8 hre. ; guide iS f r.). — To Kander- 
Heg over the Bonder Kri&deD (lajl'; Shrs.: guide 16 fr.), intereetine 
and not difficult; the SBcenI of the Benderapitie may be included (comp. 
p.ilS), -To the Gemmi (7-8hra.; gnide 83fr.). interestibg. The bridle- 
path (red marks) saceods to the left from the (3 hra.) Engstligen Alp to 
ia-i'Ubrg.) the EngHtliBen-Orat (seei'), close to the 3. tA<iv> o^ ''» 
KindbrttUtiini (H84B'). The descent U into the Ogeh.ineul'av wii »«■« 

D,^,-,„_, Google 

916 IIl.B:t4.-Xai«,pp.Sii.ie7. GBIMMIALP. 

d^brJB to the gliclei, wbicli is cimaad without dinger; on 
passing t small csiTu; we ascenit to the ai^te (SSSf]. Che 
the Bote Kam-ine to the Daubenaer., cross th« Ummenbas 
where it jaine the lake, and (hen by paths (rod Groaees) 
Geinmi (p. !1S). Kieb Sora. 

54. From Spiez (Interlaken) to Zweisimmen 
and Saanen (Montmix). 

FromSpiei Xo Zojeiaimmen. !lViM., Sniiraait ALPiMElUii.wiYtelBelric- 
in Bo-lB mill. (i3 It. 40, 8 ft. 80, * ft. 60 c.).— From Zweiaimmen lo tiaaiim. 
It M., MoNTHEUi k BHRnei Oberlisd Eaiuwiv in M-tiO niin. {» (r. iO. 
h fr. 60, 3 fr. 30 o.). — Bipresi train, with resteotant-car, between Interlaken 

Spiez, see p. 164. The railway direrges to the left from tho 
Tbnn line, descends past (1'/, H.) Spiezmoog into the valley ol 
the Kander, crosses the river {spleadid view of the Blflmlisalp tc 
tlie lett), and enters the Siuhen-Tal, at the beginnlDg of which 
lies (3M.) Wimmis (p. 166). — Flanking the defile, known as the 
Port, through which the Simme enters the plain of Wimmis, ris< 
the iSimniCTi^aA(r.; 4711') and the Sai^^fuft (I.; 2952'), the iattei 
skirted by the railway. The valley widens. 

6 M. Oey-Diemtigen (2206'; Hot. Bahnhot), with the villagf 
ot Oey (Bar) on the left. To the right, Latterbach, on the left bank 
of the Simme. About I'/j M, to the S., in the Diemtig-Tal, on the left 
bank of the Kirdbach, ia the village ot Diemtigen 1265T ; Hirgch). 

A road (diljeeoce in ifu hn. ; i U. BO c.) aecenda the DiEUTia-TAi: to 
Grimraialp. It lollows the rieht bank of the Kirel, IhronKh a wooded 
country (brancli-toad to Diemtigen, eee above). At the (2 M.) Horbodtn 
trni (i6&T') the road divides, the left branch ascending the Kirel-Tal lo 
(>(, hr.) the Bothbad (3395'), with a chalybeate spring. The Qtiramiali 
road crosses the Eirel and aecenda on the bank of the skirt- 
ing the cliSs of the Kilchfiuh and passing (1.) the Bochten Fidl, in a gloom; 
ravine. Beyond IVampffen we reaoh the scattered vill^e of (5>/»M.' 
Zisigchenftak (3510'; Riedli's Inn), in the midsl of grand mountain scenery 
/.« .k^ a w .1.= ™,.«.i«» "''••■'leiifiuk}. At (•/, hr.) TschuepiR (9M5 
right IB the lonelr Sfdrnggmnd, whili 
haenden-TaC, with the U'/i M.) posting 
B (3789-]. 

3>fiU. Qrinunialp (41S3'; (O-r.-Hot. Eurhaus, 100 beds tioia 6. B. i. 
L. 5, D. H, P. from 13 fr.), a enmitier-resert, frequented alec for wintet 

with fine views, en the Schicendenegg, afoot-hi]1 ofthe ^rsenAorn (6B93'). 
Ascent of the *8eehom IBStihorn, liW; 3 hrs., with guide). The 
ronte Icjds vii the (i hr.) Alp (i-!ttO and the {i/i hr.) Upper Kunimli All 
(SSStf), beyond which it skiria the tock-ettewn slopes of the Gi/renhori. 
(6195') and aecende by the (V, hr.) N. irlte of the Seehoin to (I br.) the top. 
Magnificent view of the Dicmtig-Tal as far la the Like of Thun, and ol 
the B^h Aipa from the Tillia to the Dent du Midi and Monl Blanc. Rioh 
Alpine Bora. — •Mannlifluh (BIOS'; 1-6 hra., with guide), not difEcolt 
We either follow the path lo the (2 hrs.) Ober-Gurlit Alp {6iW), then 
trxvene the BUtgchenen-BtiTidtr [narrow ledges covetei Tiiili dihrisl, and 

Saslly aaceDil to (2 bra.) the summit; nt (.eswer', -sf mRx ■os^c■■^4.V-^ ft. 

■/ ir.) ytiiierich Alp [43S0'), tho (1 hi.) iUittclberu tAv ^S*4«^, mA V 


WEISSESBURG. «ap',pp.iii7,tt,.- III.R.5*. 217 

(>/, hi.) Oberberg Mp (636^') to the i'U hr.) Obertai ChaUi (7ia&'), hhiI 
then ucend the ersaay slopes on the W. side at the Minnliflnh, anil vy 
step-like gitisy ledBea (stoep but not diffloolt) to (1'/, hr.) the top. The 
lianorami is one of the finest in Siritzerlnnd. 

From tbb Obihidalp to Zwdisudieh over (he UILniSETBt (eiSO'l, 
-tijihra., with guide, fatting. We ascend steeply thTODgh wood to(lV,hr.) 
the pastuies of the MlniggriLt, anil tijen descend to tlie ('(, hr.) Seeberg Alp 
(5M(0, near the Seeberg-Se.c. Thence n footpath leads to the (i/, hr.) chalet 

(p. S14) hy the Ottemgrat n*S5'l, 6 brs., -with guide, attractiTB ; view ot 
tlie Bemese Alps. — To Matter in the Simmen-Tal, 4 his,, interesting. 
A path BBConds lo (IV, hr.) the Obere Orimmi Alp (RTM-j and the (>/, hr.) 
Onmmi Alp Faos ISMb'), between the SaufliAoni (7630') on the left and 
the lagged Grimmiaip-ItoOiorn [TBItT) on the right. The view to the 8., 
compmiae the Albriethorn, Bawilhorn, RStzli Glacier. Wildhom, Uiable- 
rela, and the moonUina of the Sarine valley, is Tory atriking. We deacend 
Til the (6 min.) BliiUig Alp (6^100, whence the Albiistboru (p, SIA) may 
be ascended in fU hrs., with guide, and through the rather tiring Fermd- 
Tal to (a hrs.) Matleit (p. aSU). 

Wc now cross the Kirdbich and the Simnic, the left bank of 
which we follow .is far as Zweisimmen. — 7 M. Brlenbach (2240'; 
BntTct; Hot.- Pens. Krone, 30 beds; Alpina, 20 beds); the pictar- 
osquc village (Lowe, 20 beds) lies to the right, above the station. 

The *Stockhom (710D') may he aicended hence (guide desirablo for 
ncvices) in 4i(, bra. (inn, 6 min. below the lop, to the S,|, Grand view 
xnd epicndid flora. The ascent may be made also vi^ the V^Uenad Mp 
(46611 to Bad Weiaaenburg, which is reached by means of Itddere. 

8'/i M. EingMiTigen {2S^i-)\ 10 H. DUrsteitcn (2496').— 
U M. Weissenburg (9575'); the village (Hfitel Weiasenburg, 
25 beds from 3, B. I'/j, L. 3Vi, D. 4, P. from 8 fr.) lies below, at 
the canflueace of tbe BajackSiack with the Simme. 

lu the narrow gorge of the Bunachihacb, 1 M. (o the N.W., lies tbe 
WeiaaenbuTB-Bad (27J0'), The mineral water, impregnated with anl- 
phite ot lime (T0°) anil beneficial for bronchial atfectiona, ie exported in 
.i___L. .,^.._ „«. ...,,1 hydropathics: tbe Neae BuranttaU 

raoo beds from 6, B. a, D. 6, P. from M fr.) and the AUe Eurhaus, li 
farther up the ravine. — From tbe T4ene Kuranstali a pretty walk may be 
taken to {'I, hr.) Weiaaenburgberg or ObertcetsgenbuTg (328(f; Stern), in an 
open equation. The Muhberg (MSfi') i> aacended thence in I'/^hr. 

The line crosses the gorge of the Bunschibucti by a viadnct, 
100' high, anil ascends to the platcan of (13 H.) Oberwil (2755'; 
Hot. Bahnhof ; Lowe}. We deacend (short tnnnel) to the (14Vj M.) 
Enge station (2680') and skirt the Simme to (16 M.) Bolt^en 
(2690': Biii), a thriving Tillage of 400 inhab. in an expansion of 
tiie valley. To the W. rises the MiUagflah (6198'). 

A road ascends the Simmen-Tal from Bolti^n to (1 M.) Seidenbach, 
then in wide cunee lo the right up vii Bnthberg (Alpenroae, P. from 
9 fr.) to (6'/. M.) the Jasat Fast (4941'). Tbenco down to Jaun (p, S5S). 

The valley again contracts. The railway follows the Simme 
closely to (18 M.} Weissenbach (2770') and aseends across two 
viaducts and through a short tannel nnder the LaubeggStaldeR 
to (20 M.) Grabenwald (2995'). It then rnns along the embank- 
meot of the Siiiime for '/j M., passing (1.) the ma ol Maiuuifftjef^- 


21'lt U. Zvreiaiamen. — HonLc. •HM.-n»u. de m Omnmne, 

with garden. 80 hedi from 31/1. B. i>/„ L. 4, D. *■/•. P- 'fom IC/, fr.; 
•SitamaUal, 50 beds, Bime prices ; 'HSt.-Peru. Ternunui, SO bedi from 1, 
I). IVtt t^ *, n. B, P. from 11 fr. ; Fotl. ne&r the tlitlon, K beds from S, 
B. IVj L. SVi. B, 1, P. from S"/, fr. ; mt.-Pe<u. JfmiW>H » bedi, Bar, 

9 fr, — Aioucin Sibvicbs id Dec. uid Ju. mi ia July and Aagnsl. 

Ztiiewmmen (3100'; pop. 2646), the chief village in the npper 
Simmental, the tsnniiias of the Bemeae Alpine Bailway snd junction 
for the lines to Lenk (p. 3S0) and Montreux (see below), is freqnenteil 
both as a Bominer-reHort and aa a centre for winter-sports. It Uea in a 
broad valley at the eoiiflueDce of the Grosae and KUine Simme. The 
church in the upper part ot the village coutaina 16th cent, painted 
glass. — Pleasant walks may be ta^en beside the new ForelieitSfe 
pension; bathing and boating); through the woods to the Mllkte- 
port, uphill to the left of tlie Krone Hotel ("A hr.); to the Pfaffen- 
matt and Hohliebi ('/s hr.; view of the Wililfltrabel), and thence to 
the HitOa-fiuk (4609'; 1 hr.; view ot the Stockhorn range, Spill- 
gerte, and Wildatrubel) ; to Grubenioald and the Lavbtgg Fall, on 
the Simme (1 hr.) ; to the ruins of Laubegg (1 hr.) and Mannen- 
berff C/s hr.); and through the Schlegelholz to St. Stephan 
(p. 220; Ihr.). 

The 'HundsrOok mfHf). easily olimheii in * hn., eommands a view 
of Mont Blanc, the Grand Ckiiabln. and tha Bemege, Fribourg, and Vaudoia 
Alps. The BinderberK (HS^y; 3 hm.), also eaej . la another fine point 
nfyiew. — From the »port-Bo(el at 8aanen-UI>9eT (aee below) the Hnnds- 
tUrk ia reiched in 3V,hia., the Rinderherg in 1 hm. 

The MoMTREOi & Feiirkse Obebi.and Railwav ascends tbrough 
(jastnres and ri& a curved tunnel at the foot of the Rinderberg to 
tile green valley of the Kleine Sininie. Babliborn and (iuaimflah 
dome into sight. — 3'/. M. OnchneUe (3785'). ~ B M. SsAiieti* 
Hoser (4173'; •Sport Hotel & Kurhaua, 110 beds from 4'/,. 
B. l»/„ L. 4'/,, D. 6'/i, P. fro'i 12 fr-), Vi M. tI^i^ side of the pass, 
is a ^nninier-resurt and winter-spoil centre (jfuod ski-ing). Excur- 
sions, see above (Zweisimtnen) and ]i. 219 (Sasnen). - — As we de- 
scend, beyond (T'/iM.) SchBnried {4048'; Pens. Alpenrose, 22 beds) 
a view ia disclosed of the frowning Kablihorn, the serrated 6umni- 
tlnh, the snow-flelds of the Sanetsch beyond it, and lastly the hngc 
Gellen Glacier to the left. The line winds down in long curvps 
into the Vallky of the Sahine (Ger. insane). 

lO'/jM. Gstaad. - Hotelb (visitora' lai 1 fr. weekly). 'Hoyaljlutel 
A Winler Palace, (50 beda from 10 ft. (90 with bath-rooms), B. ai;,, L. 8, 
D. 9. p. from 20 fr.. ot the highest class ; *Or.-mt. BelUeue i Evrltami, 
90 beds from 5, B. 2, I,. 6, D. B, P. from 13V, fr. ; *ev.-Hoi. Mpina, with 
Une view, 80 beda from B, B. i, L. 0, D. 7, P. from IS'/, fr. ; *PaTlc-B6ta 
BeuteUr, 80 beds from 6, B. i, L. 5, D. 8, P. from tSVi fr.; 'Bemtrhof, 
lOQ beds horn i'lt, B. I'lt, !•■ l'/* D. BVi. P. ftom li fr. ; H6t.-Pe«s. Oldeti- 
'Seryr, eo beds. .V/ilioii-i/. 60 beds, tl6t.l'r«e. Victi-riu. W\«;is, lA «»•«*. 
«/a?A, riuiaJ, P. fr-ilji 10 Er. : Ptin. Atjwthlick-, Mife^As, V. (loo. WU,-. 
^Ot.-J'eHii. nstgli A Putl, 36 bsda, P. Stom »>b^t--, Pe""- .V-i«u«ij*«, 


Oberland. HtAW BV Jfap,]>.>iT.— ZTi.S.H. fllQ 

BO bedi, P. from 9 fr.— At Ebnit, •/, U. to the W.: Eit.-PeM. ^mit, 
SO bMb, F. ftDm 10 tr. 

GnlDSS: Belu. Fulirer, Friedr. Qsmpelei; Bm. Bomsag, it SchOnried 
(p. tK). 

Ajrauoui SiRTtcu ad Aug. uid 8apt. uid in vintsr. 

Gttaad (3450'), » village od the right bwik of the Sarine, at 
the month o( the Lauenen-Tal, is much yigited as a health-resort 
in anmmer and as a sport-centre in vinter. The chapel dates from 
the hegincing of the ISth centnry. Diligence to Gsteig and the 
Diablerets, s " 

iscentg of (he Oumm/lah (8074'; f/rb his., nith guide; see below 
.. _.. 1 .. .._ .-.-....I...-. — "-780-; 41/, iiri., — --' — ''-• — '--■'- 

Tgcha-ati V<dle!i, sad lo th« (l*;_jbi-) W^Ugg (87SS1, 

ud p. J54)ilid of the >ri(etibergA«^ (Twr^Vi hr'i., wi^gniife) 
'--— *-g. — To the (3 in.) Amen-See (Lae d-Arnm, tMf), 

'(. Stephan (4 

DiliEeuce from GsUid in H/.hr. throogh Iho LioiBEH-TAL to {*■/,«.) 
Ziauenen 14130'; Hat,-P«na. ■Witdhoni, SOTjodH, B»r, »t both H. from 3"/i. 
P. from 10 ft. ; guides, Christ. Schwitigabel snd Rob. Obrli). bemtifiiUy situ- 
sted. The pictnteaone Iauenen-8«(J6&J'; iEn), 1 hr. farther, is beat annejed 
from the BUM, s hill on the E. aide. To theS. the stresms descending fiom 
the aeltCD ind Dungel glisien form fine witsTfiUa on both aides of the 
ITaJmentclirimorn 19304'). — An eicelJent walk ia past (lO min,) a hnnt- 
ing lodge and up the E. side of the vsUey to {I'l, hr.| the KSlidangel Alp 
(6971') and (i hrs.) the Rottai, at the fool of the OOten Glacier Iwatei- 
falla); bach TiS the Felatberg Alp snd the Lauonen-8ee. — The *Lauene>i- 
ham (SltT) ia eully sacended from Lauenen in 4 hra. (gnide 18 fr.; last 
pari rsther steep). The mirerltom ISMS'i VI, hra., goide ao fr.) ia another 
fine point. — From Ltnenen to Lenk <fi bra.: iruiae 10 tr.) and to Gstoig 
(SVihrs.; piide e fr.), see p. MI. 

12 M. Saaueo. — Hoteu. aaanm-hof, M beds from »■/,, B. l</« 
L. i'l„ D. b'l^ P. from 10 fr. ; Kranich * GraTtd-Logii, 40 beds from S'/,, 
B. 1"/,, L. 4, D. 4V» P. from JOtr.; Bdr; HSt.-BuffiBt detaOare; HSt.- 
Pens. Alpenrulte, '/, H. from the statian, 37 beds. 

Saanen, Fr. Getteaay (S3S6'; pop. 4534), frequented in snmmer 
and for He winter- sports, is the last vUlage in Canton Berne and the 
capital of the upper valley of the Sarine, with a large and ancient 
church. The inhabitants rear cattle and mannfactnre fanions cheese. 

To the top of the Belmonl (4*66'; 1 hr. H.W.), with view of the yallev 
of the Ssrine and to the N. of Ihe Fobonrg Alpa. — To the Homflut 
(6400'; S hrs. E.; from Sasnan-Maser, p. ai8, i hra.), with Tiew o( the 
Beniese Alpa. Bfmta. si the highest chalet. A peasant feetivil is held on 
the Hornberg Alp at the end of July. — To the •Humligrat (6*40'; 3 hra. 
N.), with a auperb view extending from the Jungtran to the Diablerets. 

""■ -' " -'— "-- — eie to CU hr.) the Vordere BOmeit 

'■-.) SiSJien-Maser (p. 818). — To 
_ LBifluft 1*-B hra.), Bee p. *S4. — 
Dp the Kalberlt^ital, to the S. of Saanen, then along the hilla to the 
Piltoa road 19-10 hrs.). aee p. 294. 

Thenco we may proceed N. nlong the areie to {>U h 
Alp, and deacBnd by a good FBth to (1 hi.) Saane 
the RObUhom (4 hia. 8^.) and the QummfiiHi (,. 

DigniodD, Google 

55. From Zweisimmen to Lenk. The Upper 

S 11. MoNTBTui & BaasKaE Oi.kiuj«d Eiilwii in '/i hr. (a fr. 75, 
a (r. 80 c). 

Zweisimmen (3100'), see p. S18, The railway crosses the Simme 
ne»r Gwatt. and Mccnds via Bettelried (HOt, Eieder; BUnkeiiburg) 
and (1 M.) Blai^iAurg (3215'; Pens. Alpina, 20 beds), with iU 
IStii cent, chateau (now the district coart), to (2Vi ^0 SWckli and 
(4 M.) St. Siephan (3297'; idler). Farther on, with Tiewa ot the 
Wildstrnbet, via (S'/iM.) Matfen (3425'; Hfit. Term inns- Alpenblick, 
23 buds), at the month of the Fertiiel-Tal (p. -217), and (7 M.}BorfeH. 
(3408'; Pens. Victoria), to — 

S M. Iienk. — HDTEI.B (opan in vinter alio ; TisiCora' tax 10 c. per 
day, S6fr. for the aenaon). • Ptrk-BStel BellcVM, iu la open aitnation, 
9S beds frgm 1<I„ B.l'l,, L.i<l„ D. W/^ P. from ISfr.i 'WUdstmbel. 
90 bod a, P. from IS (r. — Krone, 35 k ' ' -.--..- 
P. from 9 fr. ; Birtch, SO beds. Stem 

It Lenk (3Si5'J, <l, M. to tbe S.W.. with cold sulpliar-spiinga 
•uu Kiuuuds, MO beds from a, P. from IS'/i ft. 

Odidbb. EmiJ and Uottfr. BeUcliDn, Job. Jarei-Zeller, Alfred anil 
Qotth. Ja^i, Job. Lndi, Jak, Trachsel, Goltfr. KoHi, Armin Bucba. 

An der Lenk (3510'), a village sitnated amid Alpine pastures ' 
and pine -woods in the highestpart of theSimmes-Ta!, is frequented 
as a health-resort and for winter-sports. The Wlldstrnbel, with 
its snow-fields, forms a grand termination to the valley. 

EicunaiOBS ibd Asobntb. From tba Kurhana N.W. to the Wall- 
'uirli-Scliluclit (Vghr.), witb waterfalls and three 'glscicr mills'; at ihi' 
upper end. the Chalet-Sea tanrant Jsf.'gi (WSV; troul). — To Ihc Sieb^'u- 
brnnnen (*i/, hrs. S.E,): by road p«st llic Burff/lufi, a nummulite ropk, 
and vH Oberritd (inn) to the (H/.lir.l Saw Jfi'U (seas') si the end ot the 
iBvel part of the Tnlley. A good bridle-path now aaoenda, akirting deep 
gorgea with waterfalls, to the chalets of Sudden [liSa'J and (1 br.) the 
chJeta ot the BiltidibeTK (4D8S': email inn of Q. AUemann). To the S. 
the infant Simme issues from tbe Slabenbrunnen llMi'), seven openings 
iutbeprecipitousrocka of the Flubhorn (ace below); to the left is the con- 
spicnoiia Upper Laubbach FaU. Tbe eitnraion may he eitended (guide 
advisable) V s path asceodiDg the Cluhw>iiiile to the (I'/i hr.) naiueril 
mvsr). a eleai blue sbeet of water, and thence {ta mill.) the top of the 
EhMun-n {lOW; view of the Wild Btriibel). 

To the *MlUkerblatti (eSBb'; B'/.lirs.; guide Sfr., nnt indispenBable 
for experts). Beyond the Kurhaus we ascend (rod marka) the left bank 
of the Kriimmbacli, (iO min.) cross It. tisierse paetures, passing the chalets 
of Im Erb (MOO'), and mopnl (no path) to the lop. The descent may be 
made vii the W. slope of the Tachuggen and the Widlegs («05'). — The 
Oberlaubhom (K671'; e ' '— ' ' '' '-- ' -'- -■"--- 

(S',4 ira.) B6tel imgeailp (p. HI) we aacend a laM^ei sil'ft W tt* iv«lit 
to tie (SO min.) Stieren-I/ngen Alj, (6Biy-. ifmtB.^, t^e ^».\.V, »1e™ i^i 
(ODj- at pJacea, then aacends the (l'|. hr.l BaiAVe boMniiiis *« \aV.B, m4 


BAVIL. *opt,i>i>.»i7,»ii,»9T, — ii/ 821 

ikirta the like to the right to the (i/i br.) ehalet »t the W. end (milk)' 
~ At the .base of the NieBeabom and neat the 'Kninme ffisaet', ■/,hr' 
higher up (& lin. Itom Lank; ced muka), is the Wiidhom Hut of ttae 
8.A.C. [:B91'; keepot; aMommoditiiin for BO), from wbicli the •Wildhorn 
(lOJOSO ii iicencled is S'i, hia. (gaide from Leak S ' ' ' 

LKoenea 10 fr-l- We »acend the mnriinr -'•^- " ' 

■lope of the KirOdi (9161'] to the i\ivl 

1 gEiitle iodine lee.Ae to the E. eninmlt, wnien is coocecteil by ^ HDon-cIsd 
arete, 300 ;de, lung, vith the sqnslly higb W. Buiniiiit, Splenditl view. 
ThedesQenlDiajbemideN.W. BCTOBB the Geiten Qlacier to {f,\ra.) Lauenen 
(p. ilSl. — The MeseiJiom (BI10^ inij estily be Kaoendod from the Wild- 
horn Hot in l<li hr. (guide ISfr.]. More laborlone ia the ascent of the 
HahnenaehTHihOTn (9804'1, i'/i bra. from the Wiidhom Hnt (!7 fr.)- 

The •■WilcUtrubol (W. peik 10,666'; cental peak 10,666'; K peak 

ir Oroai-StTubd, 10,6700, ascended from Lenk id 9 hre. (euide SI 

' ' " •■•--'-',. Frointhe(S';,hn.)HBteH 

eod^n t hre. to the Rawil-8i 

Qemmi 60 fr.), ie not difficult for adepts. Prom the ( 

see below), short of wbicl 
baai-Him». a S.A.O. hut (9: 
" ' » 1^) tbe WVdtlTub^ Hut of Ih 

.a the Glacier de la Plaint Morie 
aummit in JVi hre., and to Ihe E. 

Glacier to the'(S h«.) Gemmi (tom'p. p. IiS) ; S.W. oyer the iVildetrubel 
Glacier and. the Glaeitr de laPlaim iforte to (B hrs.) Montana (p. 344); 
or N. over ihe Straba Qlacier to the Sngiliigen Alp and (6 hre.) Adel- 
hoden (p. S14|. 

Pabbis. To Gsteig (p. 294), 1>l, bra., easy and inlerosting (euide IB fr.) : 
nvct the TraiUiaberg (6693'; bine marks] to Lauenen (5 hrs.; p. 219), and 
theo vii the EHnneJbUS-i. — To Adelboden (p. il4) rii the Hahncnmoos 
{p. a!6; blue niarkB) in 47, bra. (guide IS fr.). 

Fkom Lebk ovbb the Riwu. to 8ion. To the Rawil ,i hrs., to 
Slon 10 lira, (goide adTJeable, 30 fr,). The road aseenda the W. side 
of the valley, and at ('/i hr.) .f^liWi enters the pleasant i^acftenrierf- 
Tal, watered by the Ifjigenbach, which toimB a *WsterfaU (42S' 
high) 50 min. farther on. The road aeccnde in a curve to the right, 
and above the fall (30 min.) enters a wooded dale, in which are the 
chalets of the ('/» hr.) IflSgeu Alp (5253'; *Hfit, Ifflgenalp, 35 beds, 
P. from 10 fr.j. The road is now continued by a bridle-path (finger- 
poat to the left). We pass throogh a small wood on a at«ny slope, 
skirt the rocks, cross (50 min.) a brook, and reach (10 min.) the 
decayed retngE-bnf on the Ha«en, whence we overlook the Siramen- 
Tal. We then skii-t the W. side of (V, hr.) the litUe Rawil-See 
(7743') and reach ('/jhr.) a croBsfio Grande Oroix),whieh marks 
tbe boundary of Berne and Valais and the snnunit of the Bavtril 
(7923'; ehelter-hnt). The pass is a desolate stvny platean (Han 
det Rotes), enclosed by lofty and partially snow-clad mountains: 
to the W., the long Mittaghorn (8820'); S.W., tU Sii\i'!ie\i'^OTii 
(9640') and the Wiidhom (10,709'); S., ftie "B.B.-«fftioirD. i^\t. 5«,^ 

Eaai-Froides; 9525') and the ■Wetzstemtoin (,%\1iQ'^ •,"?.., ft'-^'^*'''" 

bacbatein (969Q-) and Weisshorn (9875'V 


TiSLEKOtTT. irap,p.u.~IV.Si>ulese. 225 

(120T')'are two tunnels und two bridges acroae the Birs, which is 
once more crossed beyond (18 M.) LieAerg (1255'). — At (31% M.) 
SoyMikes-BeUenve, Gee. Saageren (1333'), an old Tillage with & 
mined Rsatle, the Isngnitge changes from Oerman to Freach. Rngged 
rocks close ia the ratlej, before its expansion into a broad plain. 
At the egreaa, on a hill to the right, is the min of Vorbarg, irith a 
chapel of 1051. 

34'/i M. Del^mont, Ger. Deliberg (Rail. Restanrant; Hfit. dn 
Soleil; Pancon; Victoria, 25 beds; Hfit. de la Gare, 40 beds) is an 
old town (65S3 inhab.) on the SoTTie. It is composed of the in- 
dustrial New Town near the station (1365') and of the Old Town 
Nitnated on a height (1430'). It has also a chStean, built in ITIT-Sl, 
of the former biBhops of Bale, now osed for edncationat purposes, 
a Town Hal! of 1745, and old gabled honses and fonntaina. The 
Catholic chorch contains in the sacristy the valnable crosier and 
the stockings of St. Germanus (d. 666}. 

From DelSmgnt to Delle (Bel/oit), nee H. lb. 

Beyond (26Y< M.) Courrendlin , Oer, Bennendorf, the train 
enters the Val Moataor, Ger. MUmter-Tal , a wild, romantic 
riivine of the Birs, flanked with hnge limestone rocks. The line is 
carried through these 'Gorgee de Movtier' by means of a series 
of tannels and cnttings. — 98 M. Ghoindet, with iron-tonndries. 
39'/, M. Bochfs (1625'; Boat, dn Cfcei-al -Blanc). The train then io 
an imposing rockj amphitheatre crosses to the right bank of the 
Birs, where it mns Ihrongh a series of cnttings in tte rock. At the 
mouth of the defile the Maug is crossed. 

31 M. Moulder. Ger. Mumter (1745'; Hfit. de la Gare ; Cou- 
ronoe): the station is on the right bank of the Birs, the thriving 
village (Eet. dn Cerf ; Suisse), with 4631 inhab., on the left bank. 
There is now nothing to be seen of the Tth cent, abbey, which in 1530 
was transferred to DelSmont (see above). 

Fboh Moutieb to Soleuri:, lS>f, M., Weiisenslein Railway in 1 hr. 
(4fr.l5, afr.TOc). ThB line abends the valloy of tbe Bawvil (3 M.) 
OtfmiiiM («0W; Oroii-BUnche) to 15i/, M.) Oatabnnnen, Fr. St. JoaejiK 
(tAItt; Hot. LCffiei], it the N. bue at the Wei»ien*tein, the hotel on whioh 
may be reached hence by a ahady road io about n/, hi, (aee p. SSI). — The 
line paiiBes under the WeiBaenatein by a Innnel t U. in lengtb, tiom wliich 
il emerges at [VI, U.) Oberdurf [iiso'; p. £31), and descenda in a large 
bend, vilh a splendid view of the Aaie valley and the Bernese Alps, to 
(IS'/iM.) Soieure (West Station; p, «K«). 

From Mohtiek wii SoirocBoz to Biiin:, 24'/, M., Federal Hallway in 
li/i hr. [i fr. 00, i ft. 96 c). The line triveraes another very pioturesque 
defllo, tbe Gorge) de Court. Three tunnels. 9^. U. Court {ilir; H6t. do 
I'Onra). Then throuRh gTaaay dales past BorvUier, MidUray-BivjZaTd, 
and (fti/.M.) Beconvtlier. — l\ M. TaTannes, Qer. Daeh»fetden (UW-, 
Hat. dela Qarej Oeni Clefs), a village [SOOO inhab.) near ths EavmA oi 
the Birs (braneh-line vi4 Trametan to ^oimKmt). — B-j m^ins 6t*.^sii.-BA 
the railway passes nndsr the Pierre Pertitia, a iialut».\ o^™i« ^ "i** 
rock, tortiied h Romsa times, then descends m a stain oiina »■■=* ™"*S^ 
Cbe Sure 01 Schssa. — it^l^ M, Soaosbos (SlStf ; CoMrinin.6 -, Gartl. ^1^ 
jBBctlon fpr Im Chaux-de-Fondi (see p. B38). 


336 IT.S.SI.-llap,p.tU.' BISKKE. from SiU 

The triin igsin croiacs the Buia lud puaoH thiDOah the B.W. nrar 
ot tbc MmUas [iXTj. Wl^ La HeiUU; ti K. StucSaiiittii. The Une 

throD^ the lUl hei^hta of the Jnri. Tiwe tnsneli. Pinilly we crmt u 
Iron hridgti high shove the rsvlne «nd deacBcd (eitemiTS views) to ]«■(* M.) 
Bienae (aee betow). 

The direct line to Bienne, opened ia 1916, pierces bj meaiu 
the Grenehenberg Tunnel (c«. S'/sM. long; 13min.) the lut ridge 
of the Jnra aod there descends, uffordiag a view of the brosd baaio 
of the -kuK u far as the Alps, to Gratiget (North Station, twmp. 
p. 233), Ger. Grenehen, with 9101 inhab. and a conaiderable v&tcli 
indastry ; not far to the W. is the large Karhans Bichtelen. Near 
(4S*/t H.) Zjetignau the railway joins the Soleare line (p. 23S) and 
then continiEes vift (iTU M.) PUterlen along tbe N. foot of the 
Bnttcnberg. — bO'/^ii. Macbe, QeT.Metl, station also for Soujeon, 
Ger, BBangett (1476'), a watoh-malfing saburb of Bienne, with 
3500 inhab., over '/i M. to the N. of the station, near the efflnx of 
the 5wae from the Tanbenloch-Schlncht (p. 827). 

96 H. Bienne. — SaO. ReHoHTont. — Enquirv Oipce, 

EvTBLa. Neu the itition : HStel de Bienat * Termiaaa, W beds fioB 
4';, B. IVfc L. *>/„ D. 5 P. from 1!'/, fr.; H6t. National, !6 beds, Hit. 
de la Qare, iO beds, HSt. Victoria, an bedj. at these three R. from t, 
B. 11^. L. 4, D. 4t/„ P. rrom 11 fr. — In the toirn: Ours, NidingHH, 
iO beda, Oruix Blanche, Burgguee, 16 beda, same priRee; Croiic Bltae, 
lemperHice.— At Nidau (p. HI): StadtAaiD, lb beds Iroia S. B. I'L, L. S>/„ 
D, 1, P. from » tr.— At M»«ilin(p.2i7): •Gr.-ffo(. JfurAota, liO beds from 6, 
P. from ISVi fr.) Hdt-Pem. BeOeviui, 7a beda tnim 4, F. fram lOfr.; 
HM-Petu. Slcher [formerly Wiilmer) j Peiu. Xaff^ingea, M lieiis, P. from 
Sfr — AtBvilard(p. MT]: Troia liaviHt, DO beda tram S>/„ B. 1'/., L. i% 
D. S, P. from » fr., with Kardcn iDd view; HH.-Pfiv. BeauMe, SO hedi. 

TRiMwiTe rnn from the Htatirin in one direction to IfiilaH (p. atlj. in 
the other tbronf^ the town and X. to Boujean and to JfodM (see abovr).— 
From Nidau via TwlTelen to Itis (p. aB8J iu 1 hr.— From Bienne station 
vil Maehe (see sbore) and Orpond to Mei»i«heri/ in 40 minntes. 

Cable to MacnUa (p. MT) during BBmmer in the forenoon 

A Steauboat (landing-plare at the month of the Suie Canal) |>!ieB 
neveral times dally on thflUkr «t Bifnne to Ci:rlirr(p.Si>l> in 1 . 1 hr. JO mln. 

Bienne, Ger. Bkl (U30'), tl the N.E. end ot liic Late of Bienne 
is tbe second town of the Canton of Berne, with 34,599 inhab. and 
important industries, of which the chief is watch-making. The 
more modern portions of the town occnpy tlie land at the month of 
the canalized Suze. 

From tbe railway station we proceed to the right through the 
Bahnhof-Str., crois the Central-Phtz, andfoUow the busy Nidaogaase 
to the medijeval upper town, which is bnill on the slope of the Jnta 
heights. In the Place dn Bonrg (Burg-Platz) stand the old Tovm 
SitU and tbe Theatre, in front of wMcb. OieTt ia i iMnAran 4»S.wi^ 
from the 17lb century. To the rigMia l\ie ■?ivo\.oieanp%"«.\t.?„Ti\'ia 


Ifop.f , lit. — IV. S.5S. 227 

another old tauntaln; here abo is the Stadticireks (Ute-Gothic). 
with stained glau, and the former Zwtfthaa» zu WdlMeufen, 
DOW used tor the Society of Arta. To the left of the autle Bqnare 
is the SosinB-FlatE with the ZeilglonkentuTm and old towers. Near 
tho cable lino to Evilird is the Technical IrutUute tor W. Switzer- 
land (1480'). In the Pasqnsrt Promenade, which runs from the 
upper town in a S.W. direction towards the lake, is the Museitm 
Sdtwab (adni. 50c.; free on 8nn., Hon., & Ihars., 2-4), containing 
antiqnities from lake -dwellings, fine relics dating from the iron age 
(La Tine period), Celtic and Roman weapons, implements, coins, etc.; 
in the basement are two dag-ont canoes of the lacastrine period 
(adm. 30 c). At the W. end of tbe Pasquart Promenade is the 
cable railway to Macolin and the ascent to the PavUhin (1608'; 
view). About 10 niin. S. of the station in the snbnrb of Ifidau, 
with an old castle, formerly the seat of tbe Berne provincial gov- 
ernors, and an old parish chnrch. 

On the slope of the Jnra, and connected with Bienne b; the cable 
lines uientioned on p. 226, are two health-resorts, freqnented both 
in summer and winter : Kaaolin, G«r. Magglingen (2885'; hotels, 
see p. 336), with a view of the Alps from Seutia to Mont-Blanc; and 
Vi hr. N.E., BvUapd, Ger. LeHbHngert (3310'; hotels, see p. 226). 
Pleasant excursion hence (from tbe station to the left; black and 
white marks) through woods past lisser's spring to ('/, hr.) Frin- 
at the upper end of the *Tmibenl,och-Sc}d'ucht (adm. 10 c), through 
which the Snee rushes. We descend tbe ravine in 35 min. to Boujean 
(ascent Y, hr.), whence a tramway runs to Bienne (see p, 226). 

From Nidau (bm above) vii T&uffam to Ita (p. aas), lai/, U., slectrio 
r»ilw»y in 1 ht. (8b. Wo.), 

Frou BimE TO BBnE, » M. Federal Railway in Vi-> In*. (S fr. S5, 
S St. 6S c.) via (fl'/j M.) Lyn Ip, *J6> snd (I8 M,) ZoUikoftn {p. 11). 

The Iiake of Bleniie (ills'), the lowest of the three Juraiakcs, 
is !)>/■ H. long, 2'/] U. broad, and lt> sq. H. in ares, with a maximum 
depth of 246' (steamer, see p. 926). The train skirts the steep, vine- 
clad N.W. bank, affording in clear weather a fine view of the Alps. 
A strip (about 1'/, M. broad) of the S.E. bank was reclaimed in 
1870-71 by the regulation of the water-level, and nnnierons lacu- 
strine dwellings were diacovercd here. 

59 M. TUachenrAlfermie. Opposite, on the S.E. bank, lies 
Laitrigen, with the Sanatorium Bellerive (15 beds). — Beyond 
(61'/s M.) DouOMne, Gor. Twann (1435'; Hfit. de rOara), we pass 
a pretty fall of the Twanfthach (usually dry in the middle of the 

AboQt I'/jhr. Bbove Donanne [oatrlage may 1)b oiieiei Itoia 'ftia Xit^A", 

Kidestiians foIJoir the path limagh UiB piotiWBsaaB goiep ol *'«'^?°?' 
p. tnin S fr.j, with > beauifful view. 


228 IV.B.e6.-tbfi,P-3Si- HKUyBTILLK. 

63'/, M. Iiieera. f r. GUre*»e (1433'; H6t.-PedB. Kreni, 15 beds 
from 3, P. troDi 8 fr.), > prettj village in > sheltered aitaation. 
ClBLEKiiLWAifrnmLigeiiinllniin. (Jfr.6, then ud buklti.eOis.) 
" Ji-rwnrt of TSMSnberif-Prtles [B8S0'; Knr" " - - - 

tb hti, from 

8'/,. P- 

from 9 ft.), iitnstcd on tbi 

6 8. edg 


the Taienbei 

-0 or Hi 

mtoma da flfcgw. 1 nur 

of the 

Chuierel. with . 

tplandid Tiew" of the Alpi Md I^ks of BienM 

ind with levBl walk* over«. and 


piao-woodB. — A rosd rnn 

i to Cf, 

,U.) theviUsce cf 

Pra«, Ger, 

(iTsy; Bat- de I'Oa«), > 

»d [IV, 

, U.; dilieeDfe In 
.rTiige-rosd moitlj 

^SU^h' wo i 

1 iD IV. 

hr. to the iiguti on the E. 

. pe^< 

,f the •SpiUiberg 



tli« view of the Alps «iinni 

r to the! 

from the We[a80a- 

le Cbisi 
ro»d to C/ghr-l DiefW (8790") end (J hr., . . . , _. , .. 
Blanc, goadl, icd then ■ good footpath, mostly thiough woods. 

The wooded Iile of St. Peta- riaes high ont of the lake, with 
its former mouMtDry, now a Knrhana (20 beds from 3'/i, P- from 
10 fr.). A bronze bust commemorates the sojaurn of J. J. fiouaacau 
in 17S5. The peuiuaula connecting the island with the H. bank was 
until 1875 (camp. p. 227) covered by water. 

65 M. NenvevlUe, Ger. Neuenttadl (Bail. KBdtauraat; H6I. 
du Fancon, Hflt. dn Lac, at both E. from S'/i, B. l»/„ L. a'/,, D. 4, 
P. from S fr.), is a pleaBtmt little town with 2511 inhabitants. The 
post office, opposite the station, contains a hiatorieal collection, 
ioelading a boat of the kcnatrine period, Bargoadian gans of the 
16th cent., etc. (adm. 50 c). On the Sehlomberg (1750'}, 20 min. 
abOTB the town, rise the plctoresqae roios of an old castle of the 
Biahops of Bile (no adm,; fine view from the road below it). 

From NoavcTille the ucenC i>f the *Ohaaaaral (S2B0') ia mada in 
ihTB. by a road to i4>Uli.) Ligniiret |26ft0'; Pens. Boan-SSjonr, »bad«, 

the Alpa|. >k ^'- farther oa, past the hooges of Le Xoulin (iOSff}, a ear- 
riage-rsad branches uff to the left, leading lo the [tif,hrii.) Hdfeldu Cliat- 
)iirat(6100'; 30 bedij. — Pedeatriana froin Nenieville follow the path ai- 
oending to the left from the Bchlossberg, through the piotureeqna Pilonvi* 

farge, to Liguiires. The view from the Signal |5SB0'1 oa the top o/ the 
haaseral (30 min. fiom the hotel) embraeca W. Switzerland, the Bltek 
Foreat, the Jnra, and the High Alps. — Aswmt of the Chaaseml from 
^/mler (eaaieal; 2'1,-Shia.i, ace p. itS; from PrOei or from the fldtel 
de U MoQtagBe-do-Douanne (Shrs.), >ee above and p. iil. 

The alcamcr (see p. iti) pllea to the pictaresqae old town of OerUor, 
Ger. Erlaeh (HSt. Erie ; Port, at the harbour) with 8S0 inhab. and an old 
eh&tean (now a refomiator; for bays), al Ibn baae of the Joliinont., whidi 
really terminates in the lalc of St. Peter |see above). On the top (Va hr.; 
1863') aro tho 'Heidenatfina' or 'Teufelsbflrde', a group of large erraUe 
bonldera of Aro 11a gnoiaa. 

Near (66Vi M.) X* Landeron-Combei we qnit the lake of 
Bienne ; the little town lies on the left, near the indnT of the ThUk 
(or ZiM) Canal, on the opposite bant of which is the former abbey 
of jS(. Johannsen (now a reformatory). 67'/> M. Cressier, with two 
ancient castles. 69M. Qtraauic, — Tannel. Near(72M.)S/.Siai<e 
tie train reacbea the Lidce of ITeuohdtel 1,^.4^X1. 
74'/^ M. NeuchOtel (1581"), see ?. SaS. 



57. From BSle to Bienne via Olten and 
Soletire. Weissenstein. 

B1V,M. EiiLWAi in VU-* h«. [faiBi ISfr. 50, II fr. 50, 7 Ir. M c). 

To (24V4 M.) Ollen, see p. 13. — The (rain to Soleure (Giubalin) 
cnissea the Aare and traverses the plain watered by the Duttn^m, 
at the base of the Jura. To the left we have a view of the Alps. 
25'/, M. (Hten- Hammer; 26'/a M. Wangai; 28 M. HSg^dorf, 
(1414'; throngh the Devil's Gorge to Langenbruek, see p. 12).— 
30'/, M. Egerldwien (1456'; Krenz), a village to the right at the 
foot of the Hohc Flnh ; from the station a diligenee pliea in '/j hi", to 
the health-resort otFridau (2200'; Kurhaus, 75 beds), with vie* of 
the Alps and beautifnl woodland walks. 31 '/, M. OberbachaUeH. 

35 "/a M. Oensingen (1520'; R5ssli; Erena), a considerable 
village at tlie mouth of the Oeamiiger Kiaa. To the right, on the 
height, is the restored castle of Bechbvrg (1896'). 

From OenBineeu » locil isilway (3 M. Id 12 min.; SO aprl JO o.) miis 
Ihioiigh thoKIui. Bisl Bad Klut nai tie taio at Alt-FaltcnateiH, UBaln- 
thal (I62.r; fiUasli; Kreui; Bahabotl. village a! 3100 inhab., with a luni 
pinor Csctoiy, Hurrounded b}' locka, woods, icd meiiiows. Over ViM. to Ulo 
K.E. on the road to Langenbruek (p. 12) ire tha houice of St. Wolfyanii 
(IBSS-) and on a nigged took lies tbe ruin of «(u-fW*«iaWn. — Bleotrin 
.liirarallvar (VUM. in W-TObiIii.; 1 Ft. 10 c.) from OeQBingeii vift Niedcr- 
binp (888 below), then 8.E. viS Aiineaneen (Wlldenuiann, BSr), a village 
of 1900 iphab. on the Jure, with an eld saatle, to LangeaOKU (p. 13). 

36ViM.Wt«ier6ipp (Hflt. Bahnhof) is connected alsowithSolenrc 
by an electric railway (see below) ; to the right is Oberbipp, with a 
handsome ohatean. At (39'/, M.) Wangen we cross the Aarc. 42 M. 
Deitingen; 43'/, M. Luterbach. On the left bant of the Aare, 
3'/, M. to the E, of Solenre (omn,), lies Bad AlHskolz, with chaly- 
beate and snlphnr springs (65 bedi from 3'/,, P, from 9 fr.). Farther 
on, we obtain a view of Solenre ; to the right are the Bfithi (p. 239} 
and the Karfaans on the Weissenstein (p, 231). The train crosset 
the Emme, not far from its conflnenee with (he Aare. 

(Pl. P, 4; restaurant),!- -- 
(p. 13), Eeisogenbueheee [p. 14 
^olLikafen(p. U; Berne), am 

Sototlmrn-Wett (PI. C, 3), m the left bank, a Beeondaiv atstion tor the two 
laaC iinsB. - Electrio lailwar to Hiederbipp (tee above), from the Baeel- 
Struae (Fl. F, 1), S M. in >/, hr. [1 fr. to c.). 

HoTBLB. Id the town, on the left huk: 'Krone (Fl. a; E, i), 60 bedi 
from i, B. !, L. 6, D. 6, P. from lb fT., with eaf A-reatantant ; BoUr Tiirm 
(Ft. h; a,t). in tbe Markt-Flati, tO beds, plain. —At tbe Neu-Solothnin 
aUtion: Hit. Meiropole (P\.t;F,*), Bfibedi, H6t. Terminui l?L !; F. i), 
SO bed., at both E. from 41;, (r., B. l>/„ L, i^U, D. 6, P. tram 11 Ir. Also 
on tbe light bank: Adter (PI. g; D, 4), iO bede from 3<l,, 3. W,, L. S>(.i, 
II.41/,, P. from 8fr: SeftioaniPLh; D,<); itatte <.?V.{-, ^,*,V— -toiit* 


he riKbt bank of 
. l«),Burgdorf(p, 
and for Bienne || 

tha Aar. 

:, for the lint 

,s to Olten 

J. »3i) an 

i(p.S16), Fra 
d MoutLer (p. 

. aas) ; and 


330 iV- SouU B7. SOLIUBE. ^nm Alb 

idm. 1 ti., Wed. kttemoas iid Son. tree. _ Zeu^katit (Aneitalt, waek- 
diys e-li ik 1-S, Snn. 10-U tc l-fi, idin. 30 a. Uueun uid AncBtlopaain 

Sofcure, Ger. SoMhitm (J 430'; 13,065 iiihab.)i the capital of 
Canton Solenre, lies on both banks ot the Aare, on the left bank 
the old town, or the right the new. It ia the Soman Salodnrum 
and joined the Confederation in 1481. The pleasant town deseTreg 
a visit not onlj on aeconnl of its monnments and art-treaanrcs bnt 
also on account of ita snrronndings. 

The *CiTaKnHii, of Si. Ooaa (St. Ursns; PI. E, 2), the cathe- 
dral of the biBhopric of Btle since 18S8, vas boilt in the florid 
Italian style in 1762-73 by Pisoni, on the site of an older church. 
Beside the flight of steps arc two fountains with statues of Mosea 
and Gideon. 

The Tbbuubi, in the BBuriHtf [idm., me j. t!D; euiutan, Riedbolz- 
guae 140), aonUina U8S. with miniatnreB of t£o eiBth sent., goldamith'* 
work, includinE a Ute-BenaiaBinoe liiver-gill bait of Bt. Unns, a reliquary 
of St. Dswild (silTcr bind; Ifith c«nt.| and the Uablin monitiauce (leST), 
vettmenta of tie n-iath cent., oto. 

To the N, of the cathedral is the MauriHut-Bmnnen (PI. 5), 
a fountain of 1556, while to the N.E. rises the BdU Gate, erected 
in 1501-8, adjoining which ia the Biution of St. Ur«u (PI. E, 1), 
a remnant of the fortiflcations constructed in 1G6T-1T3T. 

The Aksenal {ZeaghoM; PI. E, 2), built in 1610-14, eontaios 
an importaat 'Collection of ancient ireapoaa (adm., see above; 
catalogue 1 fr.); nnmeroDS snits of armour, mostly Nurembe^ 
work; flags; in the armoury, on the second floor, a group of flgnrea 
representing the Diet of Stans in 1481 (p. 140). Here is also a 
machine'gnn ot the 16tb century. — Near the arsenal ia the Tows 
HiLL (P!. 1), E, 2), built in 1476 and enlarged in 1904-5, the E. 
front in tbe Qermau Henaiasance style (ITtb cent.). A windiog 
staircase of 1632 in a tower on the K. side leads to the 'Stone 
Hair on the flrat floor, with old stained glaas and various corioi- 
ities, — In the neighbouring Municipal Hall (PI. D, 2) is the 
Municipal Library (40,000 vols.), and in the Cantonal School 
(PI. E, 2) is the Cantonal lAbrary (60,000 vols.), both with inter- 
esting incnnabnla and HSS. 

The Clock Towkb (PI. 8 ; D, 2), in the msrkct-place, bnilf about 
1250, has a clock of 154S, the mechanism of which sets in motion 
a gronp of Sgnrea (a king between Death and a warrior). Below 
the dial is the Latin distich, by the humanist Glareanus, which 
glorifies Soleure as the oldest town in the Celtic land after Treves. 
In front of it is the Fixchbrunnen, with the atatae ot St. Ursns 
(16th cent.). In the Stalden is the Georgabrunnai (PI. 3; D, 3} 
of 1543. 

The HuMciPAL Museum (PI. D, E, 1) was baiU in 1898-1900 
b; Schlatter. Adm., see p. 229; Ulustrated catalogue 1 fr. 


ioBieime. WBIS8BK8TEIN. Mai,,p.n4.-iy.B.67. 231 

Ob the gtannd-aoor, to the left (Hoomi IV- VII), «n the Saturat Uialary 
(intareitjns foinU from the Jun, inclndisf giuit tortoiiei), the Ethno- 
Brapftical, mi the ArchKciBgUal OotietUom, the liit readied b; itepa 
dsHending fiom K. IV ud sonttiniriK Grebistinic, Bomui, ud Aleminniui 
uiliqnitiBe found in the enTirons of 3oloiiis. On the (tround-floor to Iha 
right, U (he oontianitioa of the nitiual hiitorT collection. — On the flnt 
floor ie the Pictdhe Qilliiit. The two ohicf worki uf the eolleeliou 
■re: Ham Holbein the Vounser, The Uadonui of aoloure iriih St. Unui 
(to the rigbtl »nd a biahop (!<■ ti« lo'tl, who la gi.iog alms to a begnr 
(l&!t); and DpitT Bhtnith MaHa- of S*ie. Hidonna of the ■triwbcrnu. 

lit BuclueT (IS! 
vrdon, Ferd. 1 

. , ^.A.Homar, Oinu 

of 81. Ours; glais, obutora, eto.— 
tooniB. — E.IS. Fnrnitoro (I8th cei 
beantifttl caryed o«binet (IMS).— C 

NTii THE "Visxssxinsai. — Siileure-Moutitr RailKag [aue 
. tn Oberdotf ! thence hy cirriigB. prcTiooily oidored (SO fr., 
"-in winter hy sleJge) in IV, tr. 

'- - "---MM(ein, DD the Vordere Weil lenBleto, with 
I, B. i, L. or D. B, P. from 1 1 fr. — Inn on 

'EuTlumt Wti*)tnttein, 

The railwaj uceadg vil (S M.) Langendorf v>A (S'/i >(■) 
jLomTnistoil, In a vide bend, vith fine vimia, to (G'/^ M.) Ober- 
(lor f (p. Z2b); the sUtion (31£0') liea above the village near the 
Webe^fhUBli. A cnrriage-road thence ucenda in windings to the 
Neaaelboden Alp (344T') and to the Kwkmu (see above; 3 U., a. 
nalk of 2 hrs.). — A preferable ronte for walhers [3 bra.) qnitg 
tjoltnrc to the N.E. (comp. PI. E, 1) and leads by the Fflgez Allje 
to the (20 mia.) Restlarant "WengiBtein, whore »e tnrn to the left 
and aacend the St. Verena-Tal, a narrow ravine (at the beginning 
iif the gorge * P"th '0 fie left leads to the WeiigUtan, with a 
Jjatln inacription in memory of the hnrgomaater Wengi, who in tho 
rcligioas tronbleB of 158S prevented the straggle between Fratcstantu 
and Catholics)- Farther on, passing quarries of Jurassic limestone 
(fossils and rocks ohowing glacial action) and erratic graaite 
buulderB we reach the ('/* hr.) Hermitage of St. Verena (1620'), 
where we tnnt to the left and follow the road to (85 min.) the hamlet 
ol Fallei-n (1827'; inn). Above it we enter the wuod to the left and 
ascend, monnting the abropt rocks of the Rial, partly by toilsome 
steps, to the (I'/j hr.) Neaselbodeii Alp. Proceeding by the road 
(see abose), or taking after 10 min. the abort-cot to the right, we 

*^VeiH&enBtein (4220'), with the Kurhaas (eee above], and 
a celebrated view, comprisiDg the whole Alpine chain. To the B. 
are the Sentis and Gliniisch, with the U^ ui ^Au 1qi«;^«v^^ 

233 IV.R.BB. Hnp,p.)iu. WBISSBNSTBIN. Rdle-BieiHe. 

the Tfldi betvcea the Itigi and Pilatiui, tha snaw-nuntle ot the TJtliK, 
and the Snstenhom; beyond Solenre, the Bemese Alps; then the 
DiableretB, and to the 8.W. Mont BUnc (panorama by Imfeld, 2 tr.). 
Zeiss telescope on the terrace of (he Kurhans. 

fihovtlng tha walkn, nai ia Apeciill^ adapted in winter for ski-ing, tobr^- 
/ra>B«/i(1093'); to iL S. Iho magniflcenl"' ' ' ■ ■ ■ - 

the N, tha Scft«teruMH. — TowarclB the W. s csTTiige-road leads (lom 
irea (a moro pleasant way is tSe footpath to tha 


ie Qljitsre WelBgenatein (,*OiT; luii, i 

right, ibore, through the wood, which one qui 

p. aSl); qnilB near is the NidUtdoch, I 
10 min. fartboT on, the Dtiitach (3M0'), with a riew of the Jura. -- The 
•Bfithi (IMO'), 7i !"■■ E. ot the Knrhius, coramandH a view ot tho Black 
Voreat md the VoiweB. which are bidden from the Weieaenetein; splendid 
view e( the monnliins and valleys of the Jnra ud ot Ihe ooiirae of the 

the ftnger-post, i few niin. before the inn; benee. to tho left, a red and 
yellow maiTied p*lh leads to the (IV, hr.) broad griHsy summit. On the W. 
aide ia a footpath dowu to [8 iniTi.) Allhlllli (1976'; rtmU.); from bere back 
to the Eintere Weiiseostein (M) rain.), or W. by a good footpath lo the 
(iOmin.l shepherd's hut of SiaHlberg usiT; view from the S(aAJ««*, 
4Mff, 10 min. B.) and to tbe ['U hr.) inn of the Upper Grenchenba-g (U6S'|. 
tbenco vij tho Lamer QrenOienberg and tbe QrencAeuer Stiereaherg (371T) 
down lo dVi hr,) Gtonchen (p. «?B). 

On the K.E. slope of tbe Weisaenatein (diligeni^ from Solenre twice 
dailv vii Widliibach and Gaamooa in I' to Batm; thence a bildle- 
)f 1 br.) ■■ 

^(May: 100 beds. p. 8.10 f 

goei on from Balm to |Vi hr.) Oilraberi 
KuThaut aitttsenberg (%t&ff). «( the foot o( the Slierenberg HOBS'). 

The Bienne line crosses the Aare, tonches at (46'/, M.) Soleure- 
Weaf (p. 229), and runs vifi (50'/, M.) Sehach and (51 \'i M.) Belt- 
lach to (52'/, M.) Greitcken (Sooth Station) and (54'/, M.) Lengaan, 
vhere it joins the BHIe-Houtier-Bienae line (see p. 226). 

58. From Berne to Neuchatel. 

M'/i U. Bbbne-Nedch:Itei. Kailwai in I'IfV!, hr. (fares S fr. 'Jfi, 
6 tr. »B, 4 fr. 6 c). 

Beme, see p. 152. The direct line diverges to the right from 
the Fribonrg railway (p. 247) and leads via (2'/, M.) BUmpiiki-Beth- 
lehem lo (5'/, M.) Biedbach. On a hill to the right ia Frauai- 
kappelen, with a supprensed conveot. The line traverses woods to 
(7 M.} Rosahti'iaem, threads a tnnnel ISOO yds. in length, and 
crosses the Sarine by a viadnct 88' high. — 10'/, M. GUmmenen 
(branch-line to Flamatt, see p. 347) and (12 M.) FereiAahn-GuTbrll 
are each followed by a short tonncl, — 13'/, M. Kerzers, Fr. 
Chiltre* (1463'; HOt.Bahohof), the junction for Lyss and Lausanne 
(p. S45). We now cross the OroBse Moos (p. 245) to (16 M.) MUnt- 


NEUCHATEL. t^- Boatesa. 233 

gdiatiier (Pr. UottKttier). — 18'/j H. Ims, Kr. Anel, a large vil- 
lage (1648'; Ours) on s hill to the right. Branch -lines to Biennc 
(p. 226) and rifi Horat to Fribonrg (sec p. 250). — Beyond (20Vi M.) 
Gampden (Fr. Champion), at the S. foot of the JolimatU, (he ruil- 
waj crosses the canalieed Thiile (see below). Beautiful view of the 
L^es of Neachatel and Moral and of the Alps. — 23 M. Marin- 
Epagnier. Near Maria (Hfit.-Fens. duFoiaaon) arc the famoua lake- 
dwellings of La Tine (excavated since 1856), which have auggeateil 
the name ('La Time period') for (he later iron age among the Celtic 
races N. of the Alps (400 B.C. -50 A.D.). To the left, on the lake, 
is the lunatic asylnm of Prifargier. — SiJS.. St. Blaise (Hat. dn 
Cheval -Blanc), a village at the N. end of the Lake of Neuchalet, ia 
also a station on the Bienae-Neuchatel railway (p. 22S). 

The Itake of ITeuob&tel (1427'), the Roman Lacut Eburo- 
duneasis (34 M. long, 4-S M. broad; depth 500') is (he largest of 
the three Jnra lakes, and among Swiss lakes is surpassed in area 
only by the Lakes of Qenevs and Constance. The conversion of 
the TkUie or Zihl into a canal in 1878 has lowered the level of 
lake by S'. Above the vine-clad W. bank rise the Jura Mts., and 
to the E. we enjoy a comprehensive view of the Alps from the 
Bernese Oberland to Hont Blanc. 

26'/, M. II«uohfttel.-H*ii,w*T 

Ihe lown, ■/ the lake. Tramway, _ 

BSVBra] times dail; (o Auvemier (p. XSS), CoHaUiod {Baudry, [ 
and Eitamyer (p. Hi), in I'/i-S >>r».; to XoTol, see p. MB. 

Hotela. At the Btation: •HM. deg Alpci i. Terininm (PI- »; E, I), 
with view-lsrrice ud caTA-rHtanruit, 96 beds from IVi. B. I'T., L. 4'/], 
D. 5Vi, P-fromls'/.fr. — iBthetawn: "Gr.-ffit. du LaciBeileBu* (Pi. h; 
C. S), 60 beds tram b, B. t, L. S, D. 6, P. (lom 15 fr. ; *Sbl. du Soleil £ 
lSn«™i(Pl. d; B, 3, d), BOboifBfrDinl, B. IV.. !■• or D. 6, P. from IS'/t'r.; 
'mt.duVaiteeautPl. c; C.t),i6)ieia,P.tiBm lt!i.; du Port IFl. I ; C,8), 
Ubeia; Suisas (PI. EiB, 3], 36 bedi; du jRoitin (PI. t; B, C, S), Rue du 
Temple. — PEBBToig. Borel (TiilaSarvitte), Boute des Pares 15, in the 
upper lawn; La CUmatiU, Boute ds la CBtfi 10; Lavancky, Pr«-Flenri 
Uiitiik-ie; BowufUo, Av. dnMailU; Qraber, Rue PourtaUs!; Jordi- 
Blanc, Cbaiuiii du Vienx-Chitel 17; TtOiilTeli, Rue dn Boo 4; Villa La 
Temuie, Rue ds la CBte58, — On the Cbaumont (p. 337): * Graad-ndlel, 
open in winter tlso, SB bedi; Petit-Edlel; Chalii det Jdiliiea. 

BeatB,urantB.Car)lduIMiIlr8,Brassene5[mus8, both Plaeedu Port; 
Cafe dea Alpta, iritb garden, Bratserie Sambrinuf, both nearlhahBrboar; 
Branlerie mUJer, at Evole (PI. A, d|, with tenace. 

Tramways. 1. Crvlx-du-XaTOi^ (Bne de I'HepitsI; PI. B, S) N.E. 
vilL Lea Sure (p. 936) und Paviree to SI. Blaile lace above), S'/tM., in 
iS uin., Bvety lOmin. (46 c). -3. 3AUI de ViUt (PI. C, 8) 8,W, toStrriiret 
{p, aSfl), JViM. inlBmin., evury lOmiu. (!6i,).— 3. ffflteide Vt«e(Pl. C, 81 
8.W. via Pesenx to Cormondriche (p. 337), 3 M. iu 25 min., every 10 min. 
l^c.}.~i.Poet Olpee(Pi.C,3)K.Vf.iii St. Hieolae to Valangln ip. iS^), 
SViM. iniSmin., svetyao-40min. (»c.). — 5, Ftace Furry (PI. B, t) 8.W. 
vil Serii^res. Auverltier, Colombin, Arenas (corap. p. £39), and CoitaiUot 
to Htiudn/ (p. 848), 6 M. in W min., every so min. (40-66 c). — 6. Plate 
" y {F\.B,*) to the RaUtcay Station laei ' .■■.■-■ 


234 ly- BouUK. NEUCHATBL. 'tuUe. 

Oable BAQwaya. Fiam tbe Bu d> I'Kcluw to Uia Flan (p. tae-, 
PI. B, t, 1) in B toio. ^ua tS, down IB c). — From Lt Condn (tnm itatiDa ; 
eee above) lo the Cfummtynt (p. iST), is 11 min. (/ua 1 b. SO, ia-WB 
1 (r. M., returd-tioket ! fr.tO c). 

BatbB (welleiiDipped} tar meo it the hirbonr (PI. D, 1) and at the 
Orit (PI. P, i); (or women at £iiote (PI. A, 4) and at the Otit. 

EngTiab Churoh, Avenue Leopold Bobeit [Fl. C, D, «).— Biitiah 
Vioe-Corural, Edoiiard Oiaile, Fanhonrg da I'Hflpitsl 8. 

Enquiry OEQce (PI. l; C, 4), Place Numa Dioi. 

Tlmsa of AdmluioQ. All the nmieDme are nloaed id wiotor it A p.m. 
SOinographiedlMuKeumlf.tae). idm.Mo.. IisemiBim. sndThnn. lD-12Ja 
Al.SO^l; Mtiiie de» Bmur-ArM (ate below), own 10-18.30 & l.SO-B or B, 
Slim. BO «., free on Sun. and Thnra. ; Natural Siilory Colltctioii (p, i»8), 
open free on Snn. and Thure. I0-1!S l.aWi. 

NeuchOld {1434'; 23,15S inhab.), Oer. Nenmburg, capital ot 
the cantoD of that name, is charmingly situated on the Lake of 
Nenchitel, to the E. of the month of the Set/on (p. 337), and at 
the bue and on the slopea of the Chaamont (p. S37). Allied with 
Berne after 1406 and with Lucerne after 1501, Nenchfitel played 
n glorious part in the Bnrgundian wars. In 1504 it psBsed to the 
dacalhonxe of OrHana-LoDgoeville, and mlTOT, on the extinction of 
that line, to the kings of Prnsaia, who maintnined their sovereignty 
over it until the revolution of 1848, except for the years 1806-14, 
daring vhich it belonged to France. In 1814 it joined the SwJas 
Confederation as the twenty-lirst canton. The chief industriea are 
wine-groving and watch-making ; and it is noted for its schools. 

The Quays, conetnicted in 1SS3, are planted with trees aad 
afford a beantiful distant view of tlie Alps (mountain-indieatur on 
the Quai Oslcrvald, PI. C, 4). Adjoining or close to the harbonr 
are the handsome Post Office {PI. C, 3), the Monument de la Sipn- 
hliqae (to the N. ; PI. D, 3), by Heer and Mayer, erected in 1898 
to comniemorate the rising against Prussia; and to the E,, the — 

^>Uus6e dsB Baatix-Arta (PI. D, 3), containing the ninnleipal 
CoUediim of Antiquities and Pierre GaUery (adni., see above). 
Catalogae 30 c. 

Gronnd Ploor. The rooms (o the right mil left oonliin the HieTORic.i, 
& Archaeoi.doioal Coij.EDTiDir: ebjeeta from lake-dwellings (La T^ne, 

Ho 18th cent,, 'shown on the let Son. o'f the month ((.30-1 or b p.m. ; 50 o.) ; 

bQHta of the Neaehltel painters Max, de Jfeurow (1785-1868), LtonBtHhoud 
(l»it-a&, and .Albert de Jfeuron (1S2»-91). Three illegorical waU-paintiiigs 
by Paid Robert, repreaepting the Intellectuil, niril, ud indnetnal life of 

The PicruKBj G.LL.ERV, in nioe rooma, on tbe first floor, ia chiefly 
concerned with the works of NenchStel artiatx. Rom I: Landscapes by 
Cft.£.KHfcni«(18«-86), Al. Ordame (1810-B4), Aug. H. Berfhoud (18*9 87); 
other worka by Alfi-. H. Berthoud (1848-1906), — Room V: Drawinga by 
Leopold Buberl (l J94-1 836). — Boom VI : Landsoapen bv Corot (1 7M-187B). — 
Boom VII: Piinlinca of Itnliin life (apte famous) by Leopold Roberl.— 
Room VIII: Landacipen by it. and A. ds iteuron ind Lion Berthmid 
(i8»-ga). — RoomlX: Palutiuga by B. de Fury. 



23G tV./loiileU. NETTOHATEL. Cotlfgiate ChitTch. 

BeliiDd the mnteuiD, on the K side, ia i biiriil or (he ]ake-i)w»lliiii; 
perfod. from Auveniicr (p. a3»|. 

The CoUiye Latin (gramniar school; Pt. V, i) contains a good 
Tintursl bJBtorj collection (a>Jm., see p. 234) ind the mnnicipal 
library (160,000 vols.)- The Place Pnrry (PL B, 4) contains a bronze 
atatae bySaiid d'Angers (1855) of Daoid de Parry, a merchant 
of Neuchfttel, who died at Lisbon in 1789, learing a fortune to his 
native toirn. The Rue do Scyon, vhich ascends hence to the N., 
occupies the original bed of the SeyoD torrent (p. 937). Side-streets 
lead on the left to the HaUea (market ; PI. B, 3), n pictaresqae Re- 
naissance building (15T0), and on the left to tbe Hotel de Ville 
(PL 0,3), boilt in 1784-90 at the expense of David de Purry. Among 
the old FountaijiM in this part of ihe town are the Standard Hearer 
Fountain at the Croin da Marchf, the Justice Fonnlaio in the Kue 
de I'Hfipital, and the QriffiQ Faantain in the Kae iln Cbfileau. — 
Opposite the latter ia tbe approach to the — 

ChMenu (PI, B, 3), once tbe residence of the Counts and Princes of 
N«acb£te1, later of the Pmsaian governors, and now the ofBces of the 
cuntonal government. The fore-hnilding is lionianesqDe(12th cent.), 
the rest dates from the 15-17 cent. ; the interior has been frequently 
altered, (.loisters connect the castle with tbe *Collee:iate Churob 
(PL A, 3), bnilt in 1149-90, with two modern towers. Tbe choir 
contains a Ootbic nioonment with nnmerouH painted statnea, erect- 
ed in 1372 to the Counts of NeachUel, and enlarged in the 15th cent, 
and later. The aacHslan vho opens tbe church (50 c.) lives at tbe 
Tour de Diease, Rne dn GhStean. In trout of the cbnrch ia a statue 
of GatKaume Farel, the Reformer (1489-1565; p. 268), by Ignel 
(1875). — Prom the W. end of the Sentier dn Chateau a bridg^ 
crosses the caatle-moat to the public Pare DiAoib (PI. A, 3).— i 
About '/, M. farther, in the former Villa James de Pnrry, ia an 
Ethnographical Museum (adm., see p. 334), with good collections 
from Oceania and Africa. 

In the Jardin Anglais (PI. E. 2) is a bnst of the poetess Alice 
de Chambrier (d. 1882). The Acadimie (PI. E, F, 2), with 300 stu- 
dents, has faculties of philosophy, natural science, law, and theology. 
The Ecok de Commerce (PI. F, 2} is the chief school of its kind in 
Switzerland (900 students). — The H6td Dupeyrou (PI. D, 2), an 
old mansion of 1768, is now tbe clnb-house of the Oercle du Muste ; 
tbe garden is open to tbe public. 

A splendid *Tlew of the lake and the Alps is enjoyed from the 
Crit du Plan (1833'; PI. B, 2 ; cable railway, see p. 234). Comp. 
the Panorama, p. 235. At the top is the Restaurant'Peaeion Bel- 
Air, with a terrace. 

The Cantonal Obaerratory, iVi**. to thcN.E. of the town, abova 
tlie csmeterr (tram-BtBtioD Lee Soon), flies al&adacd time for the vhole 
of Switzi^rland {viaitors admitted on Fri., 2-4). 


lUTTTfl-RRHEVRTS. IV. Rimifiilt. S37 

Trimwiy No. 4 (■asp. 193] niuaW. to OitBtyoa (mm Iwlow). theii N. 
through the fietaieuint O or aetduSeyoH, to |3>/, U.) Valaueiii (Uul.-PeUH. 
Jb Chgtem; Couioaue), Qei. Votendua, with a chnich of tlie ISth ceul. 
ud *n old cutlc of the Count* of VsUngio (Eratuit;). Renm along the 
hiUs to U hr.) the OrSl da Plin (PI. B, I; oilile tiilway, Bee p. *S4!, or 
en toot by the Ohemin da Petit Cttechiami^ [PI. B, 1]. 

The *'Chaum.ont, reftchcd \>j trum No. T and the cable railway 
in 40 min. (see p. 334), or on foot (l>/i br.) bj tlie road ascending 
past tbe station (PI. D, 1) and a footpath (red marks) to the right, 
affords a comprehensive view of the Alps froni the Sentis to Monl 
Bluie. Near tbe upper station (3612') are a view-iower iind tbe 
hotels (p. 233). The summit (3655'), with a trigojiomrtrical signal 
wid a view-indicator, is 20 min. farther. 

A ])ath {Hat mirka) leldn lloog the hills from ttie Ch;iumDU1 viJ 
La Borne and Chufforl to the Chaiural (p. SSS; + hrn.). 

59. From Nenchitel to La Chauz-de-Fonds 
and Le Locle. 

Swies Fbdual Raii.wii to (llt<l,>i.) Ija Chaux-dt-Fo«di hi I'/.-l'/t It. 

Sr« 4 ft. GO c. Sir.); to iS3 W.j U ImcU in J"/.-J hra, (B ft., Sfr. DOe.). 
lanmte as far ae LeaHauta-Qeneveya is, in clear weather, onr of iiio moat 
attnativein Switxurlanii; tIcvb to the left, beyond Chambrelien to the right. 
NtucMld, see p. 233. The train nhirts tbe hillside and crosses 
the Segon jnst above the rectificntion works at its month, wbieh 
were conatrucfed in 1SJ4 to free Nenchatei from Ibc dimgc]' of 
floodH {comp. p. 236). -— 1 M. Vauseyon. Beyond a short tnnnrl 
the line affords a view (1.) of tbe take and tbe Alps.— 2'/iU. 
Let Dmtrra ; H M. Corcellet-Cormojtdriehe-Peeeux (1750'; Hot. 
de la Poste, at Peseni). The train ascends tbrongb wood; two 
short tnnnelg. 

7 M. Cbambrellen (2255'; baffet). 

From the Bt9.tiDD a path (IjIuh mgrkB) deacecda to (SO min.J thu Champ- 
du-Mouiin in the gorge of the Aieose (p. i39|. — To the N.W. of Chimbrolien 
ia(i&in;n.J the village ot BochefortliiOV), whence a footpath (green marka) 
ueeada through beech-forest to the (IVihr.J 'fiocheF des Tablettna 
(41100, a roeky plateau commanding a maffntflcent view of the lakea of 
NencUtel, Horat, and Bieone, and the Alpa from the Santis to Mont Blanc. 
— To the B., Vihr. below tbe lop is the Hfli.-ftm. dela I^ju™< (37100, 
pleuinlly Bituatcd. 

The train backs oat towards tbe N.E. and skirts the wooded 
hUlside. - 8'/, M. MonimoiUa- MoatenUon (2460'). — lO'/, M. 
Les Geneveys-aur-Coffrane (2790'; H6t. Bellevne, by the station; 
HAt.-Braaserle dn Jnra), 

13 M. Lea Hauts-Oeneveys (3135'; Buffet; Pens. Bean- 
Regard, 40 beds; de la Ccmmniie; dn Jura), tlie highest point on 
tbe line, is a frequented summer-rcBort. 

The ♦Tete do Bang (J016'), IVi hr- S. W., commauda a anperb distant 
view of the Jnra and the Voagee, and of the AIpb tcom the Sentia to UonI 
BlsnR mi the mountains of Savoy. On the aaddle, Vi hr. ftom the top, ia 
... ....____ . JBW).- Hence to ^l>(^^«.^ La a™«- 

238 IV.R.ia.-Map,p.ia7. LA CHAUX-DB-FONDS. A^"- 

The traiD puBes throagh a tatmel (2 H. long) under the Col dea 
Logeg to (16 M.) Comwe (3444'), in a rock-girt Triley. -Then « 
tonnel ('/< M.) under Jfbn/ Sagne, and a ehorter one. 

1S'/<M, La Chaux-de-Fonds. — 'Soil. Baiaaraia. —B.oma. 
*H6l.-Pem. de la FUur-de-Lyt, B6 bed> fiDm B, B. i, I. oi D. S, P. fiam 
1« tr.; tidtej (2e Aim, BObeda; B6tel de Franca, M bed*; Croix d' Or, 
diJaPoite, by theitBtioD. — TsiMwiTftom theitilion to tb« towa.iOc.— 

io Chaiix-de-Fovds [3270') , a modem town (37,708 inhab.) 
with regular streets and handaome public bnildiagg, is the centre 
of the watch-making industry, which dales from e. 1700. The mon- 
uments to the politician Nwna Droa (18*4-99), in the Square de 
la Gare (1917), and to the Swigs Bepttblic, in the Place de I'HCtel- 
de-Ville (1912), are both b; Charles L'EpIattenier. A. fountain 
in the Place de la Fleur-de-Lja commemoratea the supplying of the 
townwithdrinkingwaterfranitheArenBe(18S7;comp.p. 239). The 
Gymttage, in the Bne Noma Droz, contiLins tbe municipal picture- 
g^ery, the mnsenm, and b collection of coins. Nearly opposite ia 
the Ecole d'Horlogerie el de Micanique, To the N.W. of the town 
is the Pare rfw Petit-ChdUaK, to the S. the Pare des Oritat. 

A road (diligsncej lead> Tin (3 U.) Let BreneUt {SllO*; mtaDranI), 
then Bloug (he Clotes da Dimbi and down in windings to the Doubt, 
which here marks the Preoch ftoutlei; 6 M. Malton-Mantimr [2164'; 
hotel)! T M. la Baiee (806TJ; 717, M. Biaufond (SODS'), on the Donbi. 

Narrow-gauitfl railwaya run ftom La ChanLde-Fanii 8.W. r" ■- 

igHB to (lOV, U-1 the • ' " 

E. Tii in ferrikTe 
(It'll M.) Otovtlier (p. S 

FnoH La CHAUx-DE-FaKDB to Bibiib, 28 11., railway in i'lfl'Ubt- 
(i (c. JO, » fr. 40 c). The line pwses the (i'k M.) Balte du Oreux (83Sff) 
and entera the iroaded Val di St. Iuer, watered by the Svse or SchSa. 
bM.aenoH (MSSO: T/, JL SoHttffer (i750'|, with tba picturesqoe rnins o( 
the cutle of Ergud <U hr. N.E. ~ »l, H. St. Imler (1610'; 7000 inbab. : 
Rail. ReatBuraut ; Maiaon da Ville ; B6t. dos Treiie-Cantona, 3S beda from 4. 
F. from 12fr), nltb watch factoriea. Cable cailwiy (g aa.; fare 70 c, letum- 
ticket 1 fr.) up the Uont Soleil or SoTmeiiberg (42W; buffet; Or.-HSt. 
Mont-Soleil, 45 beds from 5, B, *, L. 6, D. 8, P. from 12 ft.), ■ graaay 

Slateau facing S. and ttottad with pine-trees, treqaentud for winter-aporlai 
ne view. — 10 M. Vilierei: 1» M. Cornioret,; 15 M. OorUbert; 17 M. 
OnrgiJiioid. — iJ'/i M. SmicAos, md thence to BieKite, aee pp. 885, MR. 

20 M. Eplatures- Bonne -Fojaaine; aO'/j M. E^attires- 
Temple; 21 M. Eptaiures-Crit. 

S3 M. Le Iioole (3040'; pop. 13,463; Het. des Trois-Rois; 
dn Jura; de la Poate), noted for its chronometers. Opposite the 
post office is a statne |1888) of D. J. Richard {1665-1741), founder 
of the watch-making industry. Lc Locle has a technical school for 
watcii-makers, a muscnm, and a picture gallery. 

A railway rons from Le Locle to (8 M. in 'I, hr.) Mortcoji (Beaanconl, 

(21/, M.) Lea Bronets (M02'; Chftteau des Frgtee. SO heda from S, B. 1'/^ 
L. S%, D. 4. P. fxom 8V1 fr. ! Couronne, Sb beia itom i, B. Vlv L. t, D. 6, 
P. from S fr.), a eonaJderablB village vUiWA a« a snmin^-TOwnl vuft Vw 
vmternpoita, teaulifully situated atoyo Ihe Xno &«» Smiii*ft» at Int 


f ' Aw, AtlTBBHIBK. ildp, 239 

A CnolIlAEDn [MIOO, . .. 

tha I(9Atii> vhi«h hen dividfli SiritiBi 

guy M made by motoc-biut 11, br., i Cr.J or loning-boit on the du-K- 
Bnaa lake, enoloied by wooded ■andalone rooki, to the ESIel da Sout- 
a^Ztosfr*. DQ the right bank. On the French biok, opposite, ie the H<JM 
da la OMe. About 6 miii. from the French inn we obtain a fine view 
«r tb* piotUTHqae Baut du Douba {94U'; cot U ita best in unnimerl, 
a foil Si' in height From the Uatcl da Skat we may follow the right bank 
thraneb tka woodi, with cbarmiog views, back to <V, hr.| Lea Brencta. 

60. From Neuch&tel to Pontarlier. 

SS U. Swiu FBnanu. Kulwit in iVi-:Vi bcs,. a pictnreaqne anil 
iuteteiting route. Viewa to the lott. - Eipreea from Pontarlier to Puis 
Til Qiion, SSi U. in «>/, hn. ; from Berne to Piria, 3M U, in it>/, hra. — 
Wwtmn Boropeau time at Pontarlier. 

Neuchdtd, see p. S3S. The train passes undiir the La Chaax- 
de-Fon(U line (p. 237), skirts vine -clad slopes (teautifal view), 
■nd trayersBs the gorge ot (1'/, M.) Serriires by a bold viftduot. 
Below lies Sachsrd's chocolate factory, founded in 18S6. Above 
rises the small chilteaa of Beawegard. 

3 H. Auvemler (1624'; Hot. Beilevue, 15 beds from 3, B. 1% 
L. 4'/i, D. 5, P. from 8 fr.) ; the vUlage lies below, to the left (1480'; 
Hot. dnPoisaon; da Lac). The train diverges to the right from the 
Lanumne line (p. 243) and ascends, affording a continnoos view of 
tbe lake and the Alps. — S'/jM. BSh (1790'), Entering the rooky 
aDd wooded ravine of the jlT-euae or Sense, we observe the viadnctot 
tbe Lansanne line far below, to the left. We run high on the N. slope 
of the valley, throagb eight tunnels, beyond the fourth of which is — 

87, M. Champ-du-Moulin (2139'; Hat. -Pens, du Sentier dcs 
Gorges, 45 beds; Truite), situated in an expaasion of tie Gorges 
de I'Arense, on both sides of the torrent. A memorial tablet com- 
memorates Ronssesu's stay here in 1764. To the W. is {'/, M.) the 
Ugine de» MoUiata, an electric pumping station wbioli raises 
water from a number of springs to a height of 1640' and conveys 
it by a pipe-line to (S'/i M.) La Chani-de -Foods (p. 238). 

The path throngb the *Qobqm db i,'AM«aB le marked in red. Above 
Cbamp-dn-Uoulin it rellDwe the left bank past the EFeine dea MoUiate, 
and then the right bank (path to the left by tbe bridge to tbe Ferme 
Robert, see p. !40} past tbe Bmtt de Brot, a picturesqae waterfall, the 
OtiM du Plan de I'Eau, and a cement-factory, to (Ihr.) Nolraigue. _ 
ThB flnoit part of the gorge ia below Champ-du-Moulto; tbe path, he>rn 

'Pont de Vert, Ptmi £t Oor, and Pont dtt CUei, and beyond tbe hamlet 
of Troitrodt leachea (I'fi hr.) Boudry etalion (p. tii). 

ll'/,M.N'olrftlgae(2395'; Croix Blancbe) lies at the npper end 
of the (jorges de I'Areuse and at the foot of the cliffs of the Clusette. 
The *0>«ux du Van or du Vent (d«W') ia beat viaited from here 
' ' 'Lorseahoe-ahaped basin open to the N.K,, tlit, toOt^ u&fA 
} a, in cinmmference, are 318 \it tiu^V. \u. «<Aiv.-) 
^.o/the wind' ia filled with aatgitis TM.\a «iw«~ ^^ 

!>/,hra-l. It ia 
t whicfi, sear: 

^M tbeAreane. behind the jut hi 

BiMBoxa Bwitiialtai. iHth BdiUon. 


840 ly- »■ «• FtBURIEB. *»■■ 

to (MBiln.]'>">Ki'l0'»(33»l':rtinti.),ud follow IheOA«iRlndnOniiIInr 
,_. ^ -^_. ._ .L_ ...._. .,..,_. of 1^ SoiJot 1*6*6': rfmlr 

M min.) Signal on l^e Sotiat 

n tho Pil» 
We Dov bear B. ilou (lie sdge ot tlie Oreui (cirefally f olloirinK the red wiy- 
rnnrkel, and, iftetibont 10 min., otoMs low w»ll to tho left, uid de«cend 
the >teep Sentier du SingU to (he (M min.) Fontaine Froide (STflff), in 
eicelleot iprinK it the bottom of the Creni du Vin. Hence > roid leida 
put > deei-puk to the {10 min.) Fenne Robert |Stie'; rFHtmruit). at the 
entrance of the Creni, aii to ('/(.lit.) Hoiniguo, or to the right to the 
Saut de Brol and Cnamp-du-aiiHain (60 min.: p. E3B). — The Crem du 
Vu may ba ucended alio frani Qorgier-SI-Aubm uid from Boadiy (p. 2*3) 
in 3-3>/i 1>"- 

The Tille; of the Areiue is known above Noiraigae u the Taj. 
DB Tbavbhs uid the scenery is completely altered. Pine-clid MUb 
encloae gently sloping meadows. The important asphalte deposits 
extending from (14 M.) Trovers (2464'; pop. 1997) to Oouvet are 
' exploited by a British company. — The railway runs along the N. 
side of the vaUey vi& (16 U.) Couvet (S549' ; upper station, comp. 
below) and (IS'/t M.) Bovereate (3J46'). 

A local railway from Travers, serving the villages in the valley, 
rnns to (2'/, M.) Couvet (2418'; H8t. de TAigle), with 3305 inhab., 
tnannfactaring absintha and machinery, 

A mglar-DV mns (IVi br. ; S fr.) from (kmvet put the upper aUtion 
to (8M.) La Brfytoe {Stsff; HOI. de li Ville), i health - reioit with a 
chalybeate spriog. About 'I, hr. S.W. is the pretty Lae da TaiUtrei (SKuQ, 
embosomed in wood. Fine view from the Orit du Oerttlrt (4130'], 1 hr. S.K. 

4 M. MAUers (2420'; Maison dp Ville), the chief place in Ibi: 
Val de Travera, has 1093 inbab. and an old priory, now uaed as 
a sparkling wine factory. Eoosaean lived here in 1762-65 after his 
expnlaion (ram Yverdon, and wrote his 'Lettres de la Montagne'. 

The BiviME lit THE PouKTTA-BiUHG (>n affloent of the Areuee), with 
its pictureMue rocks and waterfalls, deserves a visit. We dbsb (withont 
uronsinEl a bridge, i/, U. to the S. of U6tiers, and follnw Ue brook to 
the right, aecending a pretty wooded gorge. In 1 hr. vr reach a new 

a guide ur a gond map, we may aecend the C'»o«mtob (p. 2*i). 

5'/, M. Flenrler (2440'; HOt.-Pens. Bean-Site, '/, M. fronj the 
village, 40 beds; Poste; Fleor-de-Lis; Victoria; Couronne; Croix 
Hlene), a watoh-making place with 4100 inhab., prettily ailuated 
at the junction of the Flenrier and Bnttes streams with the Areuse, 
is frequented as a snmmer-rcaort. — The local railway now forlsa; 
N.W. to5/. SMipice(2474'),with alarge cement and wood-pulp fac- 
tory ; and S.W. up the valley of the Bnttes to (T'/j M.)Sirf(e» (253!l'), 
with watch and other factories. 

Diligeni^e from Bnttes in H/, hr. (1 fr. 30 c] to (4 M.) /-o Ctitf o»t 
Ffts (Hits'), a popular summer-resort amid woods and inendows. 

Be/ond BovereBBi the mainline pftSBeBlVrtjai^sftNfcviXWwfteX* 
inrf orer two viaducts. Scenery again yerj ^wta-xew^ue. 

> - 




Ui ly- »»*• •'■ LAO BE JOTTX. *»»■ 

Fkom VibLOBsa TO La Bbaiius. IC/i U., nlliray ia IVi hr. (I ti. Hi, 

i ic. 50 c). To (I M.) i.e Day, see p. Ml. Our line iiundi iJoiig the 
nLopes of tlie Detit de Vsnlioo inrl nfiirU the Lao Brenet. Oa the K. 
Bids of ths Uko ita wstei diiuppBini in KneTtnTU ('cnloiuiDtiii') in 11ibtoc1», 
und ifter a lubteiiineu cantiu of 3 11. rmppetra u the Soitrce of the 
Orbt, TBC lower. 

71/, M. I.e Pont (3310-^ »Orsnd-1101el du Lac de Joni, ViU. totheE. 
tbinefte Tillage, IIO beds fro ml ■/„ U.t^U1..61„ D. Si/i. F. from 15 ft-,, 
Awlicaa aervices f rom 1)«. to Feb.; HStel de Is Tniite : Hot.-Pesa. Hon- 
QiSt, K beds, P. from a fr.), a health-resort and winter-aport oentto at the 
K. end of the Lae de Jom (see below], which is separated from Lac Brenet 
by an embanhmeDt with a bridge [railway, see helow). It liea at the S. 
iimt of tha *I]eiit de Vatillon (UStr), tnaended henee in 17, hr., irhloh 
a pfeoipiee, lAOO' high, on ita K. aide, while the B. aide ia a gentle, 
,__. T. .L.i:..ii__i._ __j,j^ McBDdinB to the left at the church 

■ ohalet 

monl, and the DBle; to the S. 

■ ohalet and (■/•!>'-) tb 

the Noirmonl, and the 
and beyond it UoctBlai 

tha lakaa of Nauchfttel, 

Tondro(651tO iV.hra euy and intereitiag. Aecending the highroad 1 
Vanlioa for ■/• '<'■, 'e diveree lo the right at ■ gnido-pnal and proceed, ft 
themoatpart through wood (liBeping straight on al the neit forlt, 'l,br.,. 
la a wide bend tuwarda the W. to the {»f. hr.) chalet of Z« JtarinB (4957'), 
at the N. foot of the monnlain, whence the summit ia reached in ih minutea. 
The view is magnificent. Descent to (lif, hr.) Lk Sentier (aee belon). 

A motor-boat pliee on the pretty Lao de Joux (SSSa"; 5'/. M. long, 
V,- 1 M. broad) to [■/, hr.] BocheraT/ (H81. Bellevne), al the a, end of the 
lahe (aee below). It sails near the (5 min.) Grand-HStel (see above) and Valaia Alps; tothoN.B., 
ihfttel, Bienna, and Uorat. — From Le Pont to the •Mont 
' " ■ " " iding the highroad to 

t VAbhant [PenB. Eeymi 

. ! hra., and at Bae-des-Biour 

between the Lac de Jon 
> (liet.-Pona. Terniinna), 
'iS Stchfi/, Ix Lien, Bod 
tinaTat-OotiUf to Le Sentier (iHVT; HM.-Pena. Rcymond; Pens. Gnignnd] 
and (15Vi M.) Le Broanu (S359' ; HBt. de la Unde ; de France), a la^s 
village on the Orbe. frequented (like Le Santicr and the Col da Uaichaimi) 
for winler-aporta. Hence over the Col du SfafchaJTUi to Begiiin «bd Olaad, 
on the Lake of Ueneia, sea p. £6S. 

FromTsllotbe atition a motorcar runs to (9>/i M., in Vi bi-; »0 c.) 
Ballaisnes (£M0'; •Qrand-HStet Aubipinc, ifj beda from 5. U. £<f„ L. :>, 
D. G, P. from 13 fr, ; •Hot.-Pena. de la Bapiiiiiire, 109 beds, P. from 8 fr. ; 

. Maillefer, 'It hr. E., plainer), a health-reeort frequented ii 

mingly aituitad above the valley of the Orbe. Walks may 

— igh the adjacent Boil de Ban (old Eoman toad) to the Soft. „ 

(p. Ml) and other pointa. About i M. above Dallaiguea ia the Hot.-FeBt. 
JSeuonaa (3'ITO'i tu> beda), whence MotilSvcltH IfiiiO'; Sua view) iaeaaily 
aacended in n/, bt. (see p. iU). — Motor-cars ply from Ballaiguea to 
(I'/iU.; Xfr. 10 c.) Orbelf.iii) and (9</,U.i £ fr. TO o.J AriiexXf.i-U). 

The train Ijaoks ont from Vallorbo atation and ascenda the 
wooded valley of the Jonffnenat, where it soon enters French ter- 
ritory. CnttJngB and two tnrnels carry as to (35 M.) Let Hdpitaux- 
Neuft-Joitgne (325S'). We then cross the ridge of the Jnra and 
descend throagb wooded ami rocky vallrvs (o (43 M.j Tie PVam- 

■ (FS30-). 
t -PotUariier, see p. 241. 

62. From Nenoh&tel to Lausanne (Omeva). 

«>/,U. Kailwii in IVr^'fi bn. [fare * S tr. B5, dfr. 65 c.]; to Oeoevi 
in i'lf^k *•"• (IB ''- *^ '" ''- ^ i^')- B«Bt Tiewa to the left. 

To (31t.) Auvemier, see p. 839. — :. M. Colombter (1614'; 

1882 inhsb.; HB(. de la Coaronne), a garrison- town with «i old 
chfttean, now a barrack. Excellent wine is grown in the environs. 

5ViM. Boudry (1693'); the little town (1543'; 236 1 inhab.; 
Won d'Or), the birthplace o( Marat (1743-93), liee on the Armue, 
1 H. from the Btation. Tlie little maaeum contains objects found 
in lahe-dwelliDgs. 

To the Oorget de I'Aretise {o. £3H). LeaiioE Boudry stitlon «e either 
deicand by the load lo the left, whicb akirti tbe right bank of the Aieuae, 
uuaiiw Dodei the iiOwa)' vt&duci, to the (SB min.) NenchKlel eleotrieitv 
works near the P«nt dea Cle^a. Or taming lo the rishl tinin tbe etalion 
we cro.a the raUway (leaving the Tiaduct on the left) and traverse the 
village of Tioinrods. Before the liat house we Inm to tbe left, between 

I^oin Boudry to the Ormx da Van (p. jse), S-'s"/, hri. 

Beyond Boadry the train is carried bj a great viiidnct over the 
deep Tslle; of the Arense, and he;ond (S H.) Bevaix it relnme to 
the lake.— lO'/j M. Gorgier-St-Aubin-Sauges. About 1 M. to the 
N.E., near the village of Gorgier, is tbe handsome Chdteau de 
Gorgier (IIW), erected in the 16th cent, and largely restored early 
in the ISthcenlnry.— 12Vi H.Vanmarcita-Vemia!,, with a castle 
of the 13th cent., rcslored since 1889. The Mofd Aubert (4265'; fine 
view) maybe ascended henee in 3 hrs. — Near (15'/» M.) Concite 
(1493') many relics of ancient lake-villages have been found. — 
17»/, M. Onnem-Botiviaars. 

SO'I, M. QrandBon (1436'; Lioti-d'Or; de la Gare), a pictar- 
eaqne little town (1605 inhab.), is noted as the scene of the firstvictory 
of the Confederates over Charles the Bold of Bargundy (March 3nd, 
1476; comp. p. ixiiii). Tbe castle, with its fonr towers, dating from 
tbe lith cent, bat repeatedly remodelled and recently restored, is 
now private property. The parish chnrch, at tbe S. end of the upper 
town, is Romanesque, with a Grotbic choir; tbe shafts of tbe colnnins 
inside were broagbt from tbe Roman Aveoticum (p. 246). 

Diligence in euminer In 3 bre. (S fr. 10 c.) from GrindHon yi& Fits, Fan- 
iainei, end ViUan ■ Buj^uin to (7V« U.) Blaubornt (nmf; HSt.-Pens. 
Bellevue). a anmmer-reaoil and winter-aport centre in a ahellered sitnatioo, 
commandlcg a splendid view of the Lake of Iteuchatel and the Alps as far 
as Uont Blanc, Aboat >/, U. to the E. is the finely situated XdtaiTie de 
in Pttdoure (erratic boulders; fine beEcbes). — From Manborget to the top of 
the Chofseron {p. iM), t bra. i to 8te. Croix [1 M, ; p. !44). 

The train skirts the S.W. end of the lake and ctoaaea fti% TWift*. 

2S'/,M. Yverdon — ^a«.a!g(aura»iC.— Hot»i«. HOt.deljona.''™; 
i<'.'^''''-^''J*"^.P-ftBia 10 It. ; du FautMn. Ontaiaa tt*e Wvo, « ™ 
th.: ^t^ti/e la Prairie, 80 beds from 8';,, P. hoBi l^U., ■»i\Om«'^ 


341 IV. B.ei.-Mipa,vf .40,1141. STE. CBOIX. ftonKmcMld 

BpriiE; P«na. de la Xaiton StancAe, IE bed*; farther on, Omnd-Bitel dei 
Baifit d'Yverdon, 100 beds fioin 4, P. from 13 fr., » hydropitbic (anlphiir 
spting) with i puk. — Eailwat Id Fiyeina ud Fribauig. sea f. IKI. 

Yverdrm (1433'), the Boman Etrarodwium, is a thriving town 
vith 8865 inbab., on the ThiMe, vhich before the rectification 
(p. 233) eitended aa (ar aa the tcwn. In the Place de THfitel-dc- 
Vllle ia the Castle (with tour towers) of the Dnlies of Savoy, con- 
qoered by the Bemeae in 1536, the aeat of Pestalozii's famous 
scbool in 1805-25 (comp. p. 14), and now a primary acbool. In front 
of it ia a moDoment to Festalozii (d. 1827), by A. Lans (1890). 
On the W. side of the square is the principal chnrch, erected in 1557 ; 
on the S. side, tYis HSteldeVUle, containing some Roman antiqoitieB. 
'The Ecole Sapirieare near the railway glation contains a collection 
of colna and [ake-dwelling antiquities. 

FsaiiYTiuias ToBm. Cuoii, I6VjM., ii«rrow-g«oge riilwiy in 
[6 fr. 90, ! (r. SB c.)- The Uoe divargeB to the left frndi the Neucbltel 
ud uceod) tha wooded vallej of th» Brinax vifl (i M.) VaOntTee-aout- 
• — iji Bud (91/iU.J El»ert (stitioti for Champntnl, with its cauapicuDQa 

direction, the Mont de Banlmee to (TI,M.) Jtaulme* and (8 a.)Six-Fotitaintg 
(J8B0^, whence it beoda back in a long cnrre and Mcenda the wooded alope 
of Mont Buchet. Beyond (12 U.) TVoia ViU« (MSC; we pus throug-h several 

deep Eo'rEsa. the Lake of Nenchite'l. aod the Hi% Alps with Mont Blme. 

16 H. ate. Croll 13610*; pep. GS3S; •HSt. d'Eapagne, 70 beds from gi/i, 

D.*/„ P. fniDi 9tr., with Anelioan services in Jsn,; Hot. do Pranee; 

BSt. du Jura 35 be da: dn Mont-Blanc; Suiase, >;,M. to the E., bObedii 

the Ohaaaeron anci the Aignillee de Eaulmes. noted for ita mnaicsl-boi, 

winter-aport centre. — A road (dili);ence) loads hence to the E. put La 
Oranoe-Junod rHat.-PenB. do Munt-Blanc) and (i/.M.) Lf. CrUJutiod (B6t.- 
Pens-^eau-Hegard & Mont-Floury, lOO beSa from Vl,, B. I'l,, L. orD. 4'/., P. 
from 10 fr.; Hot-Pens. dosAlpesI to |2V, M. ) Lea BaHSa (SSbO'; *0r.-H6t. 
des RieseE, 140 beds from b, B. i, L. or D. 5, F. from It fr.), a aummer 
and winter resort, finely situated by the woods, with a view of the Alps 
and s golf-oourge (9 holes ; Jnne-Sopt. ; per day 3. week IB, season 40 fr.]. ■ 

Bicnraiona from 8te. Croii: N.E. to (Ihr.) Ifoni CcxArt (48S&') and 
the llVibr., from Lea Basses l-l'/ibr.) *CheBseTOIl 1628B'; inn i min. 
below tlie top), witfa a splendid view of the whole range of the Alpa 
eitendioEto the mountains of Dsnphiny (good panorama byJaccard-Lenoir, 
Si/ttr.; deaceni vii Let Freiaettei and La kaiite to Fleurier. p. 140); 
W, to the CItbr.) ifojit ties Cer/i (lltb'); S. to (1 hr.) MoiU de Sa«lmet 
(4IS0'; hfitel-restautant; view-indicator), the {t hrs.) AiguiUe de Bavbatt 
(lfl86'). and the (S'/i hrs.) Xrmt Sneftf* (BiSff; comp. p. !4S). 

Diligence from Bte. Croia to (SM.) Butteg (p. £40), throoich tbe hean- 
tifnl ravine of ffoinaur, past tbe OrotU atix FVei. — From 8te. Ooin to 
{11'/, M.) La V-rrTiireg-SvUu (p. 8*1), diligence on weekdays in 4>/, brs. 
vil (6Vi M.l La Oiite aiix F*ee (p. till- — An intcrcsiinK walk from Ste. 
Croii to Vnitebfflnf station |bcc anovp| leads through the picturesque gorge 

The train qnits the lake and enters the broad valley of the 
Thiirie. To the W. rises tbe longchain of the Jnra. — S6M, Ependeg. 
— S9M. CJS<7worflay (1476"). 

Aa electric tramway (S>l, M. in 11 Toin.; » o-l yom W* W OTbt 
'■lee^-f S6t. dee DBni-PoisaonB), a Uttte to-«n rt »««> ™\«."n- ™ » ™i. 


the L_, . _. ^ .„ _. _ , ._ ._. 

{p. SM) and to BalUlgne* (p. Ht). 

Tto tunnels. — 38 H. Eclipem, a village t'l,K. to the W., at 
llie foot of tlie MoTTnont. The train entere the valley of the Venoge. 

3T'/i ^- CoBBonay (1410'), jnactian for the VsUorhe line 
(p. 241). A cable railway connecta the atatioD trith the little town 
(I860'), which lies on a wooded hill 1 M. to the W. and has a cbnrch 
of the 14-15t!i centuries. 

39 H. Vufflena-la-ViUe. Seyond(41V|H.) Busc^^, to theS., 
appear the moantains of Savoy. — 43'/, M. Sejiens (p. §69). 

46'/, M. Lantwme, see p. 275. 

63. From Bienne or Solenre to Laosanne 
via LysB. 

Swiss PiDBttAi. RiiLWiT Irom Bienne to (6 M.) Jjne» in SO roin. ((»«> 
Ifr l5.75c.);froDi8olea[eta(l&VtM.)I{/«aiuG0iniD.(if[.aa, Ifr.SOa.l.- 
Froin Lyss to (63 M.) Lauaanne in 4 hri. (11 fr. 65, 7 tT. 60 c). 

From Biehnk (p. 226) the railway (Berne line; see p. 237) crosses 
the broad Aare canal beyond (2 M.) BrOgg and then the former bed 
of the Aare; 5M. Bueiwil, station tor the mineral baths otLMen- 
wil (2100' ; 6 M. lo the N.E., diligence in !>/, hr,) ; 6 M. Lyss- 

Frok Solecbb (p. 229) the railway ascends on the right bank 
of the Aare vil (10 M.) Buren (Pens, Victoria), an old-fashioned 
little town of 2252 inhab., and (13'/, M.) BmssvM (see above) to 
(15'/, M.) - 

Lyea (1466'; Weisses Kreuz, 30 beds from 3'/,, D. 5, P. from 
S fr.] , a village of 3417 inbab., at the confluence of the Lyssbach 
with the Old Aare. Omnibus to (!'/, H.) the amall chalybeate batbs 
of Worb (1453'; May-Oct.; 50 beds from 3>/„ P. from 8'/, fr.). 

The Lausanne railway skirts the Old Aare as far as (3'/, U.) 
Aarbfrg (1506'; Krone), a little town of 1580 inhab., with an old 
castle. Here it crosses the river-bed and the Hagneck Canal, by 
which the Aare is diverted into the Lake of Bienne W. e then skirt 
the E. edge of the Grand Marait (Groste Moos), a peat moor 
24 sq. M. in area, passing (6 M.) KaUnach, (8 M.) Frasses, Ger. 
FrdBcheh, and (10 M.) GMitres, Ger. Kerierg, janction for the 
Beme-Nenchatfll line (p. 232). 

Beyond (12'/, M.) Chartney, Ger. Galmis, the line akii'ji'Oaft 
Lake of Moral (1420'; 5'/, M.long, lO'IiBt^.M-.TOwe^.v-Oi^i.^av- 
am depth 151 ■), Ger. Murien-See, in tbe rai4a\B ».?.fc6 ■UecM^_ae<-> 
^Jwfcr ^er^y 2165-) bot connected ^Hh U ^3 Viae Twet ^ro<i«- 


84C iV- Softe M. i.VEN0HE8. »*twi Mmmm 

IS'/i M. Morat. — Honu. Onironw, Ml Iiedi {rum 8>/. B. l<Vi, 
L. i. S. G, P. fiom 10 fi.: Croix, 10 bedi: Vatneau; Lion; dab Oan; 
AoM. Margueriit. on the like ; Pent, Villa XonbUou, ti Ueyiies (we 
below), - X*u B*THi, Dear tba atitiDO. 

Morai (1479'), Got. Murten, sn ancient little town of 3175 in- 
hab., with well -preserved old w&lU and towers, is fimoaH m t]ie 
scene ot a battle (Jnne 89nd, 1476) in which SifiOO Ewisa defeated 
36,000 Bnrgundiana under Cbarles thi Sold. At the entrance of 
the town (1.) is the GtgtUi built by Duke Peter of Savoy in the 13tb 
cent., which, with a garriaon of 1500 Bernese under Adrian von 
Bubenberg (p. 155), reaiated the Burgondians for ten daya before 
the battle of Morat. Most of the streets have ground-floor arcades 
like those of Beme, The achool-honse contains a musenm of natural 
history and antiquities (lake- dwelling relics, etc.)- — On the lake, 
10 min. S.W., is the village of Meyruz, Ger. Merlack, and 10 miu. 
farther on is un ubclisk erected in 1823 to commemorate the 

STEiuBHa f\j oD tbe Lake of Uoiat and thiDugh thf Broye to Kea- 
chatel (p.£3Si !</,taiB.: 3 tr. W, I fr. 30 c). From the pier of J»tt«r, 
on th« W, bink, oppoiita Motat, we may laceDd the (•/. hr.) Mont VbOIk, 
(p. ttS), which comiQUidB a view o{ tbe lakes of Neucbltel, Hoiat, ud 
Bieane, tbe Jura Mti., and the Alpa. 

Electric railway to Fribotirg [60 mm.) and to Ita (M min.), see p. *60. 

At (17Yj M.) Faoug (pron. Foo), the railway quits the lake. 

30 M. AT«nche8 (1337'; Couronne; de la Ville), a little town 
of 1734 inhab., the Roman Aventicum, was the ancient capital ot 
theHelvetii, and, judging from the space enclosed by its walls (3'/^ M. 
long), counted over 30,000 inhab. in its heyday (lst-2nd cent. A.D.}. 
Tbe present town, with its mediieval castle, occupies merely the 
hillock (1575') on which the Roman castrum stood. Keeping straight 
on from the station we pass the Roman Theatre, a semicircle with 
a diameter of 347'. Tbe Cigognier, a Corinthian column 36' in 
height, called after astork's nest which long occupied it, was perhaps 
a part of the forum (comp. 'Childe Harold', iii. G5). Tbe antiquities 
found since 1885 are kept in the Mueeitm ot the archceological 
society (tbe custodian lives near the church). In the garden are the 
remains of an amphitheatre. The sole snrviving tower of the Roman 
enceinte is the TomaUax (altered in the 18th cent.), 10 min. N.E., 
on the way to Combes. 

On the right ia the broad valley ot the Broye. — 31'/^ M. Dom- 
didier, a village with a new church and an old chapel, once a Roman 
temple; 23 M. Dompterre; 25 M. Corcelleg, a large village near 
the remaios of the Aventicum aqueduct. 

26'/, M. Payeme (1492'; Ours & Poate; H5t. de la Gare}, a 

thriving town ot 5305 inhab., on the right bank ot the Broye, was 

m the lOtb eent. frequentlj the seat ot fteVin^fjfNCTtBo.Tpmdy. 

O/eie Benedictine abbey founded here tij BetOaB. oISiuCqvii, VAt lA 

Sadolpb II. (912-37), the church (.w'rtt laie B.o\tt»E«*opB wt^\*«\ 


MODDON Map.p.aBo.-lV.B.ea. 347 

is now oBed for military stores. Tbe royal tombs were transferred 
in 1S64 to the tovn church. 

Fnim Paycme to Fi^boarg md Yverdon, see p. iSI . 

We ascend the gently sloping valley ottheBroye. — 30M. Trey; 
31'la M. Granges-Mttntand. — 33"/i M. Hennkz (1571'), station 
ioi Henniez-les-Baing (1968'; H6t.-PenB. tJeeBaiiiB, P. from 7 fr.), 
S>/i M. to the E., with sulphur- baths. On tbe hill to the right is 
the Tillage ot Surpierre (20W), with ita I6th cent, caitle.— The 
railway crosses to the left bank. 36 M. Lucena has a 16-17[h cent. 
ch&teao, with a tover of earlier date. 

39 M. Moadon (1683'; Hfil. du Pont;; (iarc), 
the Roman MinoduKum, a qnaint old town of 2653 inhab,, situated 
on both sides of the Broyc, has a Gothic parish church and the three 
cbHeaun of Carougc, Rochcfort, and Estavayer. Electric railway 
to Lausanne, see p. 279. — We cross the Broye, returning to the 
right bank at (40'/, M. Bregsonaz (1758'). — 44 M. EevbieM-Rjie 
(I922'). On the hill to tbe left is the little town of -Sue (2318'), 
with an old oastle.^ — i6'/f1£. (SilUilleiui. Crossing the Broye twice 
more, we pass (48'/, M.) Poteieuoj-riKaye, (50'/, M.) PaUziemc- 
Gare (2205-), and (657, M.) Puidoax-Chexbrei. 

63 M. Lamanne, see p. 275. 

64. From Berne to Lansaime (Geneva) via 

Ill M. R*iL»ii to [I8V1 M.) Fnbourg in « mb.-l'/, hr. (3 fr. TO, t fr. 
to c.) ; to (61 M.) LouMTHU in e-4 hn. (11 fr. 30. T fr, S5 c.) ; to (87i/, U.) 
Oaieiia in Bi/,^ lira. |i6 (r. !B, IS ft. 30, II fr. BB c.).- Views on the left. 

Berne (1788'), seep. 152. To the left, a glimpse of the Berneso 
iipa and the moBntains of the Simme and Saane valley B. — 2'/, M. 
Bilm^lUz (p. 232); 5'/, M. Th&rUhaaa. We croas tbe Seme (Fr. 
iSinpin*), the boundary between Cantons Berne and Pribonrg. — 8 M. 
Flamatt (1820'; rail, restaurant). 

Fsou PuMiTT 10 (SomraiiBB, I'/i M., riiil»-»y down tbe Senee valley 
to [4Vi M.) Iiaupen (Bli|, a small town wilh old wills and a picturesqne 
Illh cent, castle, at [he confinenca of tho Sense and the Sasne. Lanpen is 
famsd in Swiss annals for the Tictory gained od June Bind, 1SS9, hy the 
Bemege under Rudolph von Erlaeh (p. 1B6) nver the snny of FribouiK and 
the allied nohllilj of^lhs TJeohlUnil, Aergau, Savoy, suit Borgundv (coap. 

J. iiiiii), A Dionnnent crowns the Bramberg (a043'), 'U hr. E. — We neit 
lUow (he Saane to (T/iM.) Cmmmenm [p. i32). 

Between two tunnels we cross the green valley ot the Taffema. — 
12M.Scftmi((e»i;13'/,M.JWIis(OT-/'. — 15'/,M Dlldingen,Fr.Guin 
(2393'), station for tbe sulphur- baths of Bonn (1703'; I'/.M. to tbe 
N.W.) and Garmitvril (1979'; l'/,M. to the 8.W.). From the, \z.iixx 
a footpath leads vift Saudi to ('/, br.) St. MagiolCTta, s.^itTttcv'i;*^ 
cave excavated in tbe sandstone at X\s eoi ot i^ie M^ '*™Nj^^« 
above the Saane. — We cross a viaducl 9a' t\7>, Voeo. ■Ca* ^"^^SJ 
e^&rau/ey, 249' above the deep tbIIbj ot ttie SaoxM i>?x - »«. — 

1. 80 bedi fioio B. B. 1, L. 6, D. 6'U, P. troin 

Suisse,' 'iO beds from 4, B. J'/i, L. 3»(„ D. Ji/i. i". from 1* 'r, ; jW:on| 
36bed>; IHt« Vpirf, itbedi fromS, D. d. P. from 10 fr.; ^utrucilc, vritb 
cKf^nwtiariuit. — CAFM-BESTiDiuim. CoiUlTUTibiJ, neni the stitioni du 
CkurtngUN, Boul. da PiroUeg. 

Thakwais (iO-lO c] from the gtation to tb* ^mspoDoidn bridge (p. aiH): to 
Pirollei (p. iM) ; to the Vliduc ie Ortndf ey |p. MTJ ; uid to the cemetery ud 
B«»iir«e»ti!, W. of the toirn (comp. thoMep). — Cabib Ktu.wiT!Funiculaire; 
lb e.) frsm the lowei tows (NenieTille) to the upper town (SI. Fieire]. 

EauiTiRT Orrici, Place de li Gire Sg. 

A TJBil to the town and iU immediate snTiroat can be (ccompliihed 
In S-4 hre. 

.?Viiourj,Ger.JVe»6urff (1940'; pop. 20,649), capital of Canton 
Friboarg, tbe ancient Uechliand, ia most pietnreaqnely aitnated on 
a peninsula formed by the Sonne. Fonnded c. 1178 by Dnie Bert- 
hold IV. of Zlhringen, and a HabsburgpoB session from 1977 to 1447, 
it joined the Confederation in 1481. Fribonrg is the leat of the 
bishop of Lanasnne (aince 1536; comp. p. 3T8) and of a Roman 
Catholic university, opened in 1889. Apart from the modern quar- 
ter around the railway station, the town has retained i(s medisjyal 
features to a remarkable de^ee; walla and lowers, churches and 
convents, gabled and turreted houses with wronght-iron lattices of 
the I7-18tb cent, and numerous fouutains of the 16-17th centuries. 
The inhabitants number 23,000, nearly nine-tenths of whom are 
Roman Catholics, two-thirds speaking French and one-third German. 
From the station (tramway, see above) we proceed to the left 
throngb the ivenne do la Gare to tbe Gkasd' Flacks^ a large open 
space, with a fine view from the E. side. Passing the Froteitani 
Churoh (PI. P), bailt in 1875, we follow the Rue de Romont to the 
Place St. Piebbe, embellisbed with gardens, the FoTitaine de 
St. Pierre (1593), and a meteorological column; to the right is the 
handsome Post Office (Fl. A), which accommodates also an in- 
dnstrlal and an educational museum (upper floor); to the left, the 
lai^ Pensionttal des Damee Urmdinet. (At the 8.E. comer of the 
Place is a cable tramway to the lower town, see above.) 

We descend from the Place St. Pierre by tbe Bontc des Alpes 
(fine views) to the Place bu Titi-Ein;, with a venerable but decaying 
lime-tree. According to tradition, it grew out of the twig with which, 
on the evening after the battle of Uorat (p. 346), a rnnner brought 
the news of the Confederates' victory. Close by is the Place de 
t'HdTEt-DE-ViLLE (1939'), with the Fontaine de SL Georget 
(1524) and the old HStel Cantonal (PI. H), erected in 1500-22, with 
a later covered ootaide -staircase and an octagonal clock-tower of 
164S ; inside are a cruciQx, table, and stoves of the I6tb cent., and 
wall-paintings ol the 17th. To the left Ib the Mciison de Ville, of 
irSff. — From the old lime-tree we foWow l^ie \.TMn'««.^-\nit%^s.a*. 
J bron£e statue ot .Fat/ter Grigmrt. Girard, *a eia^s.lion^wi'v 


FWBOUBG. ty- BouteSi. 249 

()7S6-I850), the Foniame de Samson {hy Hnita ^ciler, 155i), and 
the Canltmal Bank (left; 1907) to the — 

*Cou,B8iAri! Chdbch ok St. Nichof-as (PI. N), which waa began 
ID 1S83, the Gothic dbvc being completed 1343, the choir in 1640. 
The handaome tower (250' high) dates from 1500. The portal has 
cnrioaa reliefe of the Last Jadgment. 

Interiob. The pulpit 11518), the cirved stille |14B2-B4), the lout 
(1499), mil the Chtpel of the Bo); Sepalchiu (r. ; 1133) deserve oatice. 
The choir h»8 at»med-elaBii windows (romlhe Abbey of HauleriTS |p. iBOj 
Utb cent.), the nave modem Htsined glies by J. HeboSer. A tablet an the 
S. pilUr it the entrance to the choir oommomo riles Caniiiug IPeter dt 
• Handt. A. 1587], the Jeeuil, The Organ, with 90 atopa knd 61JS pipee, 
was built ip \»ii-3i by A. Mooaer {i. 1839) and is played daily in ■nmmer 
(.dm. I ft.)- 

Behind the choir of the chnreh ia the Fontaine de la VaiUanee, 
by Hana Geiler (1550). 

The tramway proeeeda to the great *SuBponBion BriAga, or 
Grand Ford Suspendu (I916'), 270 yds. long and 168' above the 
Sarins, conBtrncted in 1833-35, It is aapported by aii wire-cablea 
410 yds. long, the ends of which are secured to blocks of stone 
iy below the snrface of the_ earth. 

Aaccnding the right bank to the right, we paw under the Tour 
Iluuge (1250) and reach the *P<iiit du Gottaron (2008'; 165 yds, 
long, 245' high), a still bolder bridge, constmct«d in 1840 over the 
VatUe du Gotteron, a ravine descending to the Sarine, We cross 
this bridge and follow the road on the other side, iearing to the left 
the DurraiMhl Tower, to the village oi Bourgvillon vcBUrglen 
(2160'), whence a road (which may be reached by a short-cnt before 
we arrive at Sourgnillon) leads back to the town, viS Loreite. 

From the Tour de Eowt/ilhn (1392) the road descends past ' 
the Lordto Chapel (1648), the little Chapel of St. Jost, and the 
convent of MorUorge (Bisenberg), founded in 1626 (a little to the 
W. is the convent of Maigrsnge, p. 350), and then in a curve (short- 
cut near the chapel of St. Jost) to the lower town of La Plamohi 
(Ger. Matte; 1785'). In the market-place is the Fountain of St. 
John, by Geiler (1547), and nearly opposite ia the chtireb of St. 
John bailt in 1259 by the knights of St John. A stone bridge 
(1553) brings as back to the — 

La Neuvevillh quarter on the left bank of the Sarine. The 
main street curves pist the FoTitaine de la Prudence, by Geiler 
(1547) and a number of 16th cent houses to the cable railway 
(p. 248) wbich will take us back to the Place St. Pierre. Or we 
torn to the left and return direct to (12 mui.) the station. 

Ascending N from the Plaee St Pierre (5. "ii*"^, ■«*. x«;»dB. 
the Lyoie fPI. L), where the University lectwea Qiifli.eti\iwA»» i 
and pbilasopby are given. The building Vousea aiVao \Nit Ca.TAo««*j 
.*"««?««! (free on Sun.. Thurs., and Sat. \-5-, rt oVafci \.\ai.w*'* **^ 

. (Ahysain 

i«Ii chie 

1 h; Miic 


rks. - On 

the fir 


850 IV- B. H. 

«,iif,. It Id 

Pythii. fcom tb« Opari Honae it Pii 
tureg by RegTi&ult, Hubert, DfUcroi 
Ctondwmi nOure OaUer)/ of locient 
floor (Ave roomsl ia i colleclion of i 
BnrganillaD, lad Svies antiquitiei, weapons uiA umon 

Oppaaitu are the church and buildingH of the CoUige iSt. Midinl, 
foonded by Csnisms (p. 340) in 1585. — The X. part of the olil towii- 
walls ie well-preserved and includes the Purle de Moral (1414; 
111' hieb), vhich has rcccntl; been widened. Higher up are thu 
Tina- dea Rasoirs (1410) and the Gratid-Bindevard (14901. 

The wide Boalovard do P^rollcB (trsniwaj), wifli views of the 
alii town on thu left, leails to the industrial qnartor of Peeoli.ks, 
Hurc is the FaciUU det Science) of the University, with UboratoricB 
aod natural science colleetions. Adjacent are the Tecknioum iinil 
the Agrieullural Institute. The Font de Pdrollea, a huge con- 
crete structare 607 yds. long and IS4' high, begun in 1920, leadd 
hence to Harly (see helow). 

From the Scierie (saw-mill) in Piiroiles (eomp. the Plan) a walit 
may be taken down the picturesque gorge of tb<^ t^ariac. On the 
right is the Barrage, constructed in 18TS to supply the electricity 
works. We cross the river and pass the convent of Maigrautje 
(Uagerau; 1355), with an carly-Guthic church containing good 13th 
cent, eboir-stalls. Wu return to tbo station by tlic left bank, 

F»rv»enr) Isi-da S.W. froin llic station 

'-■•'-- 10 (3'/i M.) tbe formpr Cisierrjau ab- 

... o( the Sarine, fonnd- 

flao Oothic chnrcli, 
Laa, and the cloiaterH 
ight baok, is s larpe 

■HL hra. (10 fr.). BayonJ (li M.) PlalTeieH or pianfamn tilHS'), in tbe 
valley of tbe Seme (Sinaine). we aacvnil the left bank to ZoIlhaHii, it the 
confluence of the K«llc and the Warmo Scdbo; tliau on the bank of the 
former via Sangerenboden (SitH'; fnotpatb to Ottonleue-Itarl, p. lui, I hr.) 
to (M M,) Bad SohwofSlbBTg ;4S88-; 80 Ijeila from 3, 1'. from 9'/, tr.). 

the Ochten \1iSt,': H/i hrs. ; tine vlewn). ~ From Plaffei^n a motor nm- 

-" ■- Zollhina and the valley ot tlie Watmo Senne to (ft U., 

"" ■ " ihwaiBwe-Baa (S4- "■ 

-_ „ . — , , -10 Schaanan {Lac S 

aurtonnded hy high monutaiua and well stockeu wim nan. 

t5 ti. CO e-), »il (»lt M.) Xarly-le-Grand (losi^ Croii-Blani'tie, 60 hrda)', 
on the QtTilfe (Aeijcorenliach), (6 U.) JA MouTet (S-iW), and (WJ, U.) La 
Racht iiSltl'), with a ruined eajitle, on the rilcht bank of the Sariuo. — 
From Le Muuret a bridle-path vii XonUoras an'l the Kiiaenberg (Oiuiim- 
barl) aacenda tbe (S bra.) Berra (anas'; cnmprehenaive viaw of tlic h!!!- 
eoBBtry snd tbe Alpt). Descent to (8 hta.l S^wansee (aee abnve). 

Fbok FaiBovne to fsn vii MorilT, aOM., e\c-;\,«r. tiW-sKj m \Hr-i>\,Vi, 

frtta i-^ffit/BloMie valley of the SwmasTOdiuftotr'* ft*'. *«w.m\»VW\0* 

1 tr&ininK acbool foi 

stalla cf the 

l&th cent., the eha 

pel of St.'Nicho 

ill worth a V 

iail. A little lower 

'^down, OD the r 



2^2 tV.a.e4.->bp.p.ii7. BULLE. 

Montreal railway on the lakp below. We descend throagh tvo 

short tunnels and past (55'/, H.) Grajidvaax (1660') and (58 H.) 
La Oonvernon (1G53') , and cross the valley of the Faudize 
(p. 271) by a viaduct of eleven arches. 
61 M. Lauaanne (1476'), aee p. 275. 

From Bomcmt to Bulle and MontboTon. 

a U. From Bomcnl to BoUt, ll'fi M., Swus Fiumui. Bui,wat in 
Vi hr. |B fr. M, 1 fr. 6 c): lh*nce lo Xoittbavon, 10'/, M., EuMmo 
RAn-OAT (Chemin de tei ^lectciqae dt 1> Ornycre; caatlDUiDg the line 
from P»ldiiBui, p. *53) in 50 min. (S fr. 16, 1 fr. 76 c). 

Bomont (232»'), see p. 251. Beyond (4i/4 M.) Vuietemau the 
railiray skirtfi the S. foot of the long ridge otMont Gtbloax (3976'). 
6'/, H. Sdks; 8 H. Vaidruz, vitb an old caslle. 

ll'/l H. BilUs. _ HoTiLB. Modernc, 65 Iwas: dea Aipei-Termi- 
nut. 85 beds from 4, B. 2, L. or D. 5, P. froin 1! fr. ; Union, M bedi ; ife 
la rau, iO beds; £ion d'Or. 

BuUe (3503'), an ancient little town of 4373 inhab., on the left 
bank of the 2V^ne, is the ebiaf place in the Gruyire, a famous 
cattle-breeding and cheese - making district. The natives speik a 
Kuinanic dialect known as 'Qmt'^rien'. The well-p reserved castle, 
with its tower and thick walls, dating from the 13th eent., is now 
used S9 loeal olHees. 

The *Hol^BOB (6561'), a bold rook, preoipltous on every side, 
ascended from Bulle in 4 bra. (gui<le unnecessary), coinniantls a 
famous jmnorsina of (be Jnra, oti the extreme right, the Lake of 
(ieneva, the Dent dn Midi, the Mont Blanc chain, thu Diablerets, 
and Ibe Titlis. We follow the left bank of the Tr^me, crossing the 
stream after '/i br., and pass the ('/, hr.) former convent of Pari 
Diei^ (3149'), with its red roofs, and the huts of (>/* lir.) Grot 
Chain Neiif and (1 hr.) Le Groa Plani (4855'; rfmla.); then to 
the left via Tje PelU Hani and {1 hr.) Bonne Fontaine. (5945') 
to the summit. A somewhat shorter ascent (it'/i brs.) is from Hont< 
Barry (p. 253) through (lie Albeuve VaUey, vii Le& CUf« and Ln 
?etit Plan*. 

An electrin nilwuy frooi Bnlle (3 M. In Vi be), runs vii La Tmr 
tie Treme (p. lasj bdiI Epaaui/ tu Bi'OO (aSTH'; llBt. in la Vllle), at (lin 
euDflueniie oF tiie TrGiue wfth tho Ssriue nod nt thu fout uf the Dent <le 
BTOe (eOU'i S hTH.; view). Tu the W. of the village is Cailler's rhoi^o- 
liit« llPtury. . - A motur-car (to Jaun in i hr, to miu. ; twe b U. M r-) 
luuindil the Jaustai. ( VaUie de Belleganit) from Bcoc, rruKiine tlii! Jaiiii- 
bach (Jogae) lai ia.'t,iiA\ne m atvts. I'/.W. C/idtcl-aar-Moutaalvewi, 
with a i-BBlle-min. At (3 M.) Oriera a ro»d diverjtcB tliroiiBli the Javna 
valley ua the left for tli« CsrtliutiiiB munantery uF Vaitaintf. Tlie Jiiiu- 
tkl nwd •'roaaea the gurpi of the JivtoB by ao irun bridge. 

tVi M. Cluums7 (IfWT; Hit. dn Sauin, ino beds; in Uankhal-Fer- 

AtlaT:i«tTe'Jl<:r«,°Uiij\au\'i^'-k, ^Tonilli ' if" tK" rteWbMk'biS^unii 
aiM.jJmJi^g, Fr-LallHette. UU. ]b.\U1,Vt. Bdlt^orde (JWrt Hot. 
<fe /4 Cu,:a>hl, a village with a rnin^d .^a»tt.'. •V\im,« .«« ftve Smu Vuu, 
to Moltiffea. we p. BIT 


OHiTBiU-D'OEI. afap.P- »"■-"'■«-«■ 253 

Fbou Bulls to PiLtenux (pp. S4I, tfil), ITU., elcottio uilvay in 
I'/ahi. Tit Vuadtnt, the bitbs ol CWombeUea, VatUrta (p. aS!), ;!^sm- 
Mfe*, (!>■/■ H.) ChdtaSt. Dents (p. 2B1], and Senuaifaa. 

The HontboTon railway crosses tlie Trime.— 1 M. La Tour-de- 
Tr6me (p. 252), with its piotnresqne tower. — 1*/, M. Le Pdquier, 
station for the Balpbar-baths of MonStarry (3602'; Gr.-HOt. des 
Baina, 74 beds from 4, B. l'/„ L. 4, D. 5, P. from 10 fr., open June 
Sept.), '/»M. to the 8., at the toot of the Mol^aoo (p. 252). 

3M. Gruyires {8457'; rail, reataarant). 

On 1 Bteep lockr hill to Che left lies (i/, M.) the plotureaque old town 
of OruyMvB (i3tr; pop. nil; PlBor-dB-Lya; Hfll. de UVille), willn well- 
pnieired •OuUc of the 10th ceat. , once belongiBE to the CountB of 
OiDjires, who becune extinct in the 16th century. The cutle, with its 
toweiB, rimpscta, inA thick walls, bae been leatered by its pieseut 
owner and conlaiua a fine hall Mid Hrmoiuy (apply to the etewBrd], 

We enter the valley ol the Sarine or Saatie. 4M. Eatavamiefu. 
At (4'/. M.) Enney (2410') the tootb-like DetU de Corjm {p. 286) 
appears in the background, to the S. — S'U ^- OrandvUiard 
(2433'; H5t. de la Gftre); on the right bank is the large village 
(Hot. dn Vanil Noir), at the foot of the Vanil Noir (p. 254), with 
a waterfall (65') in a pictareaiine ravine. — We eontinue to ascend 
the left bank. 7'/, M. Hfetrivw; 8 M. AUieuve (2487'; Ange; 
Pens. Mnsj). — Beyond (9 M.) Letaoc we cross the Hcmgrin.^ 
lO'/jM, Monthovon, janction for the MontreuK-Bernese Oberland 
Kailway, see p. S54. 

65. From Zweisimmen to Montreux. 

3tlU. HosTBEnx-BEKHESE Dberuid RiiLwiY (electri<^) iu 3-3'/, hn. 
(farea Slfr. 10, 12 ft. 65 e.). Comp. p. 318. 

From ZweiBimmen to (12H.) Saanen (3326'), aeepp.219, S18. 
The railway desceads the right bank of the SaaTie (Fr. Sariiie). 
— 14'/j M. Jiougemoni (3264' ; Hfit. dn Kuhli ; Valrose, 25 beds 
from 3'/,, B. l*/„ L. 4, D. 5, P. from 9 fr.; Qare), a villMe with 
many old farm-houses and an old castle. — 15'/, M, Jwndrw* 
(3248'), near the month of the PlendniE torrent. — 17V,M. Jja 

16'/jM. Cb&teau-d'Oex. — SaU. Realaurant, G bods frnui 3V,, 
L.4Vi,l>.Sff-— HuTBifl.'GrnfHi-Hofei, inanopeneitBitiouiaeoSO, lOObeds 
tram J, B. a, 1,. 8, D. 8, P. (torn IB (r.; *<)»■.-£«, ^i«rai«ira(3aW), i/.hr. 
above the village (omn. « U.\ KO beds from 5, B. i, L. b, D. e, P. from 
IB fr. ; *BSt.-Peiit. Beau-Sdjour, 60 beda (lom 4i/„ L. VU, D. 6Vs, P. froi" 
l»Vj fr- ; 'Romt, 90 beds from 0, B. i, L, 6'/t. D. 8, P. from IS';, (i, ; 
Bathod, SO beda ttom *, B. l"/i, L. 6, D. fi, P. from IS'^fr.; Hdt.-Pcii>. 
duTorrent, SObeds, ndL-Pem. Firtorto. ssteda, atboth R.{t6iii4,^.v>\v, 

L. 4";,. D. 6, ?. from « fr. — Pissiosa " —-"-■-- —■■ - -- 

notd, IS beds, si both P. from 12 ft, ; 
£o beds, dt la CAciieau, 2fl beda, at tin 


254^Hmr,p.»l1. MONTBOyOK. 

ChOieau-d^Oex. (pron. 'd'Eu' ; 31S0'), a scattered TillweBitnated 
in a. verdant valley, the chief place of the Vandois Pay* tt'Enhaut, 
ia frequented as a health-resort both in Bammer and in irinter. The 
ehnrch, Bitnitcd on a hill, commands ■ good viev. To the E. rise 
the jagged Rttblihom and the OnmmUuh. The district is noted for 
its rich flora. 

Pleiiint vtXk through the Tulley of the airine tn tbe Oialettdela 
Fterreute litsa-), t'ltbn. B.E., at the foot of the QnmmBub. — /^temoire 
[6bir), S<lt hn. H'.K -Foreil wni Oacade ofBamacla, to the 8., yik the 
Pont Turriaa, leluininir vii O^M^uie and the Tillev rciiil fl'l. hrA — To 
Botainiire (ise below) Til La ChenoUtta [flna i 

To Moalcl ■ - - " -. 

i^iray [51(061, i an. ii.n. iguioe sir., D0[ iBoiapeiiHoie lor 
:h the Siegfried Mip), not difflcDlt. The view embraces the Alpa 
from the Wetteihom to Mont Blanc, and the lakes of Bienne tgid Neu- 
ch&lel to the S. Id the same chiLin, to the H., ia the Vanll Nolr (T8fih'). 
a hn., TJtta gnide {14 fr.l, vii Paray: descent throonh the wild VfUltm 
da MorUya lod the valley at the Siene. Farther S.E. rise the DenI 
de PoUUran (76W; 1 hra.) and the Denl de BrerUaire (;76G'; R hra,), which 
■honld not be ucended without a gnide (Ifl and 14 fr.). — Hocdunatt 
(Omatta, 7080^, Til the Verdai and the hiRh-lyiog vallev ct Vert^Champ, 
Jh™., lihocioua hut interesting (18 fr.). — In the ehain'ot the QaMoien 
(Til Flendruz aaA the Talley □( the Manche), tbe PoitOe de Savigiiy 
(TSSC; 7 hra., 10 fi.) and the Dent de Suth (7346'; S hre., 18 fr.l, both for 
eipartB only. — On the S. aide of the Sarine, thrQugh the Talley of the 
Qirine: B&.bliliorii [7900'), 4 hrs., a leramhle ever reeks, for eipeita 
only (lOfr.).- •auinmfluh(S0741, vil to PieTT(u»e(»oe above) in elira., 
with guide (14 fr.)i "ol difficult; splendid view. 

FKOMCmTB ■" ' " 

(Bfr.ese.). The 
(WSC), SSCearia . 

(S8»') the road enters a more open tricl, lod it» continnation la seen 
on the hill to the right, but it romains in the Talley for >/. hr. more 
as far aa (6 M.) L'EtivaE <SSU6'; Chamois, H> bedsj, vhere it doubles 

L1i:tlvai are tbe Aiiits <ieZ'£ttvii: (4loo;: hatel-pension, <0 beds from aV„ 

ascends for Vi f>r- more sad then passes S.W. into the valley of the Hon- 
grin, which it creases above (SV^M.) La Ltckerette WW). It then ascends 
again over (he Ooi dea Uooses 14760-; I.a Vreisaz inn) to (lOViUO 
Jje>3ri»sea(471E'; HSt. im Aloes, plain but good), where we gain ■ andden 
view of the Dent du Uidi. From this poiot tbe Pointe dt Chautiy (see 
p. iM) may be easily ascended in 3 hra. nast the beaatifiil Loc Lioiw. 
The road now deacende the valley of tbe Savr.i-ettf via (ISM.) Iji OOm- 
baltiK to (14>/. M.) /* Stpei/ (p, *9,1). 

■Jil'/s M. Chaudanne-les-MoutiTu. — 21'/a M. Roaaim^^ (2830' ; 
Urand-Chaiet, SO beds; Pens. Eou Accneil, 25 beds), a village aiid 
anmmer-resorl at the foot of Mont Cray (see above]. — We cross 
the Sarine to <23V,M,) La Tine (2792'). The valley contracts li> 
a wooded gorge, in which the river ia nearly invisible. 

25 M. UontbOTon (2655'; 115t. de la Gare, good; iln Jauiati), 
Oer. Salie/ibe/'ff, a village with beautiful old wooden honses and 
tic large electric ijowfr-stntiiin tor Wit vviiVsivi , \* Um janction 
far Balln (p. 2ri3), 


BoUlt. GBMEVA. M. BoiOe. 255 

The rtiliray qatts the Sarine and cnrres round through two 
luimelB into the vooded valley of the H(mffnn, which It then aaceuds. 
— 36 Ul.iSetemM (2897'). — From (28M.].i^(^i'M(3323')afootp&th 
crosaea the Col de Jaman (4974'; fniuoua view) to (Shrs.) Les 
Avanta. The railway penetrates the Jaman by a tunnel, I'l^lA. long, 
and descends through sis. shorter tannelE, beyond which we obtain 
a glorious view ot the Lake of Geneva. — 32M. leg Avanta (3194'), 
and thence to (39 M.) Monlreux, see p. 281. 

66. Gtoneva and its Environs. 

BailwaT Statlona. Oare de Oortxavin (PI. E, i ; restinrtnt), fur the 
SwiiB Federsl BiilwB;i and Uic French Parii, L^ons, & UEditernuein or 
P.L.M. line (holel-oronibBaos meBt the triini); Gore det Eour-Woet 
(Fl.K,&i alBolcnawnaa'duedsiVolIindei'), for AQnemiBse, Ohamonii, 
Anneoy, and Kouverel. OmnibnBBS ply batwsen the two sUtlonii tramway 
Nn. 5, see p. SM. ~ Steamer Piera. On tbe S. bank, by thB Jaidin AdeIbw 
(PI. O, J|i on the N. bank, the P&nniB (PI. O, *, a) for moit of the BteamBra, 
■ ■ ■■ , .. ■> - a Pont du Mont-Blanc [PI. P, 3). - 

PoU^l^i^uV'^'Hl^- "'' 

Hotels. Os mk Rioht Baik, with views of the Sake and the Alps: 
•£«au-Kiva£|e(;F,Q,£),QaBiduMont-Blsnc,18abed>rroin8i;,. B-SVt, 
1.. 9, D. 10, P. from ia<lt fr. ; ■Gr.-ffdi. dBioJWxlPi. p; F, 8), ftnai du 
MoDt-B]»no, 160 beda from 8, B. S'/i, L. T/i, I). B'/i, P. from 18V, It. ; •BM. 
if«BBrpw!>(Pl. he; P, )), Qnai des Beiguea aS, 160 bed. from 10, B. »V|. 
1.. 10, D. II, P. from SB fr. ; 'Htt. de Sutaie A Oatitinental (PI. re ; F, S), 
Itiio <lu MoBt-Bluie t, 100 beds from S, B. VU L. ?. D. 8, P. from llVa tr.i 
•Gr.-B6t. BtHemie (PI. bv; fi, 1), Quai An Uont-Blanc, 88 beds from 6, 
B. 2'/,, L.r, D. S, P. fromlW.ft.; •fl«. ir.rf«flWeJT«{PI. »;0, i), Qsat 
,lii Mont-Blwc, BO beds from B, B. VU L. 6, D. 7, P. from U fr. ! *Rich^ 
mond (PI. H \ F, i}, Place dea Alpes, SB beds from 6, B. i. L. G, D. 6, P. 
from Ufr — Neat the station i •flOtei IiOtrmtioiiiU A Terntima (PI. lb; 
E. t). Rue dsB Alpea W), TO beds from Vl,, B. i. L. BVi, I>- 'I'/fi P- from 
Mfr.: Suiaae (PI. «; F,, S), Place Co raavin 10, 74 beds from *, B. », L. B, 
1). U, P. from 13 fr.; dt Qentne t du BriM (Fl. g: E, t), Rue dn Uont- 
Blanc It, 70 beds from i, B. e, L. 6, D. S, P. from iVI, fr. ; JtoitDpofa 
(PI. m ; E, 3), Rne de Chanteponlet 11, 100 bed* from iV>, B. t, L. B. D. 
<] fr., ROod ; hiatal (Pl.b ; F,B), Rne dn Uont-Blanc 10, BO beda from S. B. 1, 
L. or D. B, P. from IS ff., good; Cettrai (PI. e; E, »1, Bue dea Alpaa 11, 
70 beds from 4, B. i>/i, L. 4. D. B, P. fiom 1« fr. : Htt.-Pmi. dea FamUUt 
(PI. f ; E, X), Rne de Lansanse U, a Proteatant hostel, 80 beda from lif„ 
B. a, L. 4"/,, D. B, P. from 1» fr., good ; de BourBOgne (PI. q ( B, a), Plaoe 
CornaTin, 60 beda from B, B. 2, L. JVi, D. B, P. from li fr.; deSlrrabowrg 
■b de VUnivtrt, Rne Pradier 10, » min. from the Btalion, 60 beda from S, 
K. la/,, L. or D. 1, P. from 9 fr. ; mt.-Btat, da Voyagmri (PI. w ; K, S), 
Hue du Uont-Blane H, BO beda; SoRumif, Rne do Cbaotepoulct ei. »beds 
froniS'/„L.orD.ifr.;deiaiVomw«ei'o»(e{Pl.n;F. 3|. KuednOendrierli, 
30 beds from 3</„ T,. 3>/,. D. i fr. ; Union (PI. lu ; D, 3). religions and tempet- 
anco, 70 beds from 3. B. I'/i, L. or D. 8 fr., simple. — H6t. MtubU du S^icle 
(PI. i;E, a), Rne da Lausanne*, opp.the alation, SO bade from' 4Vi, B. a fr. 

ONTHELErrBiNK: *HdlelM^tropoUit; 0,4), Qrsnd- 
Qnai, facing the Jardin Anglaifl, 140teds from B'/„ B. pj,, L a, t. 10, F. 
ham it'l, ^., •HStel de I'Ecu (PI. e; F. 4). Place da RhBne 3, BS beda 
from e, B. *»^, L. 8, D. 9, P. from BO (r., both with view of the lake : •HOMI 
Victoria (Pi. y; H.4), Rue Pierre-Fatlo 1, 7B beds from 4<f„ B.t,\..V 
D. 8, P. from 14 fr.i 'Touring * flofanw (P\. t; Q,41, ■5\m» is'Wn*" 
's BwiUetlaad. 16th Edition. \& 

UHlle IS. VSbeda tioub, B.»,h.6^l„ D. S, P. tran lS>hb.;dtl'guTt)pe 
(PI. h 1 F, 4), Sne C«ud it, 70 beda fiom 4, B. 1, L. or D. a<j:, P. from 
lt>/i fi- ; deFaria (PI. re; F, (}, 4|, Rne da BhSne N, TJth view of the lake, 
IVieii from i, B. S, L. 6, D. 5i/„ p. from Uti.; aetAlpt* (PI. «1;8, 5), 
Bns de Bive iO, W beds fiom S<;,, B. I'/i, L. «Vi, S- ^'li, f- fmni 10 fr., 

K od.~ B6t.del'0un m.on;U, b), Kue de I'Arquebtua li, lObedafiDiiia, 
or D. 4 fi. 1 i2< la Ciaogrne, Pl*co LoagBiaiiUe n , SO beds; ifu Oraiid- 
8t. Bernard, Bae de 1> Toui-Msltreiae S, SO beds. _ Bit. du SimpUm (PI. i ; 
t, E), >t Uie Eaui-Vivea sUtioo, iH beds jmm 1, L. or D. 4 fi.— At Ceuim.- 
bdb-Abte (Irim Ko. S, in ID min,; aee below): •Hdi.-Pnu. £eaK-S4j(wr, 
with Bardene and hydtopalliic, UO bed. from B, B. !, L. e'fi, D. Vl„ P. from 

fr.j Eet.-Pent. BOKTaie, 80 beds, P. from i6 f r. — At Pitit-Lawii 

n No, 2, Bce beloir): mt.-Feni. BonAccueU, 30 beds, P. fromBij^lr. 
n . "-"-----"^--(.(Pl.P, !,SiD,8):B«jina, ^^o■idnMra^ 

P. fiom U fr.; boulder, Bne de> Alpfs S-B, St beds, P. tiom li 
Place del Aloes, SO beds, P. fiom II fi. ; du Ltnan, Bue del 
«0,h«d», P. flora 10 fr. ; mgutnin, Eoe Uvriet 16, M Iteds, V. (i 

dea Tourdlet, Boul. James-Fsiy *, P. from lOfr. — On the leti 

D-F, 44); Buttaiin, Coiiateiie IS. th bedi, P. from 12 fr.; Schamaeker- 
AiAOlier, Rue de U Coof dd^ratlon 5, llbuda, P. from lltr.j Oertt, Rond- 
Poiot de Pliinpalai* I. IS beds, P. from 11 fi.i CUa Hotel FleuClmairH, 
Bond-Point de Plainpalai* a, SO beda, P. from Ufi.; Louti Frey, Bool. 
dea Philaaopfaea 16, 30 beds, P. from 11 fr.; BrMth Fulton, Boul. dei 

PbilMDpbea *B, IBbedi, P. from li fr. — Between Plainpr'-' ' " 

Vives: Feat. Matliey il de Horitianl, Route de FloriaHi 
P. from IS fr. 

BestauTuiti. Kuraaai (PI. G, t; p. 2bT} and Aire dee Eaua-viiitt 
(PI. K, ij p. £04), botta verypopnltr (dftncing); OaK duSord, Cafidebs 
Couronne, both on the (Jrand-ftuai (PI. F, 4): AuFUH-d'ATgenl,V\Ke»{a 
Qrand-Uezeli Au Cog-d'Or (Boubier), Bae Piens-Fstio IB; Chovard. Sue 
Etianno-DoiBonl 9; JUet. itaiien Bonano, Bae Bertheller S, JfouMenu, 
Bue Roaaeean 4, these two plaiaer; de fEtoile, Corraterie ii, £iat floor, 

D. t, B. I fr. SOo. (vegetirian and theosapbiat) In the environs: Farl: 

Bold, OB tbe lake at Bellerive (u. 278), fasbLonable ('monettes', see p. iOJI i 
Fellet, U Ghfine-Bourg (trim No. IS, see p. tbl). 

Cafia, Ot,theleltbis]L: Oafiidu!fonI.Cafidel 

Cafi du Sard. Cafidela Oouromie, seo above : 

, . . ., -e; aid-ami, Baod«C>adolle4,opp.theUBi- 

ily ; Kioeque da Baitiom, a large earden-reatanranl in the Proroeiade 

' ations (p, aas- ■'" - " ' *^' ■ • - ' ■-■ - " -■ ■ ■■ 

Cafi delaR 

CaflLyriqut, opp. Ibe theatre; BdtTarai, Bus de Ciadolle 4, opp.theUr 

Teraily ; Kioeque da Baitiom, a large garden-ieatanranl in the Proroem 

de» Biations (p, aas); Xiotque du Jardin Anglaie (p. a60).~Chi the right 

e left bank: F. LandoU, Bne du Conaeil- 
Rne du RbAne b; de Qeneif, (^rind-Qaai 30; Central, Roe de la CrDJX 
d'Or 1; Nouvelle, Bue da RhOne 90-Oi; DOrr, Rne du Eboue S*.— On the 
right bank: Berger, Flue des Alpes U; de Munich, Boul. Jimee-Fu; S; 
Oenevotse, Rue de (^hanteponlcl a ; Bemoiie, Bue du Hont-Blanc II. Ont- 
■ide the town : St. Jean (PI. C, 3), with a beaatiful view ; etc. 

Fort OiBoe(Kitef rffgi'D<t8(;Pl.E,F,a), RneduMont-Blanc. Braoch- 
offlces is the Place de la Poste (PI. E, 4), Rue d'ltalie (PI. O, 4), and 
Place du Bourg-de-Four (PI. Q, »). — TSIeBraph (open day and niglit) t 
Telmbone OfBce, Rue do Bund (PI. E,4), and at the piist efficei. 

G^unwari (municipal). 1 (Ligae de CeiulureJ: l^ace de CoTruain 
(PI. B, !), Place da Port (PI. H, 4), Place des Eaui-VInee (PI. II, 1, 6], 
Milagnou (oarrefout; PI. H, 9), Jtojui-Foint dR p}at«.paLo,it (PI. E, S), 
Plico du Cirque (PI. D, E, 6), FUsa dt Comavin. — a. Fare dea Eater- 
Viva (PI. K, t; p. tet), Plaee dea Eioi-Vivea (PI. H, 4, b), Place Bel-Air 
(PI. B, 4), JoTiction (PI. A, B, 6], or to Felit-I-ancy and Si. Oeorget.— 
S.Jirtie-&iatnjiac(, Gore de OoTiia«liH?\.B,*l, Place Bel-AJr (PI. 
E, 4), FlKCB Neave (PI. E, fi), Attiode (Pi.B.ftl, ««,■*»».- 4- Ciu™*^. 
ip. ies), Pltee du Oirqoe (PI, B, E, 5), Tbat-We, *\v« %«V^i tyi. ^ «i, 


tfeU: OENMVA. IV- HouUsse. 26T 

VlBus aiw Alp» (PI. F, !], Ptlalii des Nitiuan IP!, n: U, 1), Atre Jfon 
£epM Ibeyond PL O, 1). — 6. Place de Camavln |P1. E, 2], Plioe Hn 
Pott <P1. (}, 4), Plua dea £>ui-Vim (PI. H, 1, S). Qare del Eaax- 
VivetCei. K, fi, » c.). — e. Sue de ChantepmUet (Fl. E, S; opy. the poet 
olBca], Rue ds Ljou (PI. U, i!|, Cli&teUide, rentier.— 7. Sue de Chaiite- 
vcvUt (PI. E, S; opp. the poit offlcel, Rue deMontbriUent |P1. B, l), Proguy- 
Aiieni (B. S65), Feraew (p. 366), Oex. — 8. Knee du Jfolari (PI. F, 1), 
Font dn^oat-Bleuc, Gere de Coms-viD, Arieae (p. ee5), BelleTua (p. 370), 
FsTMiiC (pp. see, !J0). — 9. Cotir» de Rive (PI. Q, B), Pate dee Earn .Vive* 
(PL K, 2; p. Ii64), La Belolte, CaHooge-BelleriTe, Hermance (p. !7i|.— 
10. Court deSive (PL O, bi. La Beiottc, Coitiei. Douvaine.—iX. Court 
de Site (PI. G, 5), Vandaum-a, Juety (beyond PI. K, 4). — 13, Oorouge 
(comp. No. t, p. 256), ATinemasse, Etrembiirei (aee p. Mfll. — 13. Qaai 
o^IaP0S(e(Pl. D, £, 4), Oiraupe, «t. Julten(aae p. SMI. — 14. (^idela 
Poete (PL D, E. 4), Foot SI. Qeorgea (PL B, 6, 6). Za?iey. — IS. ^t de la 
Poite (PL D, B, 4). BerneE-CTiaB<» (beyond PL B, 8; aae p. M61. 

Ca,ba {Voituref de Place, with one borae). A preTious inaD^incnt 
h uecesairy. Per driTe i tt., at night (9-7) m, fr., in the eoliiuhn (ban- 
li.'uel 3 fr. ; pel' buur * fr. at sight G ft. Trunk 50 c, band-laggige £«[-. 
peipack.«e. — MotopCab8(2ttM-Ju((«l. Up loSOO m. (»28yd«.) 2£i-.5i-., 
then JO c. per 100 m. If JwmieBed ontaiile the town, 10 c. perlOllni. fur 
the rctucii-jourDcy. Fiat taiie ^f. c. per km., nilh an additional charge 

Uotor ^unoliaa (Mouetlei or JfoucAes; from the Pilqiiis (Kuraaal) 
to Eaui-Vivea every 8 min., in S-S'/i niin. (16 c.), to the Molard erety 
5-10 min., in 1-5 min, (18 c.), to the Pare dee Kani-ViTes In rammer every 
iO win,, is 7 min. (90 c), to the Pirc Uon-Sepoa (p. ieO; 15 c.) init 

Bowing Boata (at the Qnai liu Uant-Blanc and the Jaidin Anglais), 
1-11/, fr. per boar; each Vihr, more, M-7Be. - SaUlng Boats, i fr. pet ht.; 

per 'I, be' A printed' tariff U banded to 'the hirer on embarking: after 
8 or 7 p.m. the cbtrgea are ane-taalf higher. Kovera are prohibited from 
approaching the Pont dn Mnnt-Blanc on »ccoant of the daogcroua eiiiTent. 
— Hydroplanes {BT/dre-avima) Sy daily in faiVODcible weather from 

Bookaeliera. .Afar, Corraterie Xt; A. Bggimann, Rue du Uarohi 40 
(Uotard); Oeorgi Co., Corralecie 10; C. SOTidig, Rue du BhSne 35 and 
Place du Lao 1; Payot A Co., Place dn Molard 1; A. Juaiea, Place ta 
Bounr-de-FuDr Si. — R«adinft-tooni : Richard, Rue du Rhino 80. 

TheatreB. Municipal Theatre (PL E, hi p. *6!), in winter; Com^die, 
Boulevard dee Philoaophea; Carino (operetlae, etc.), Sue de Caronge. ~ 
Kursatil (PL O. !), ftuai dn Mont- Blanc, with testinraot, gardena, concert- 
rtiDma, etc. — Uusio. Organ-recital in the Oathedrat <p. S81) on Mod., 
Wed., Slid Sat., in Aug. & Sort., at 8.)B p.m. (1 fr.); eobicription-concerte 
fertuighlly in the Theatre (p. S6S) in winter. 

Baths, Sains tfe Qenive, Bue doHeseeS; Baitit deCianl^oideil, Biie 
Paul-Bouchet 5; eto.~L«KE Bathb. SuRin>niii0 and other hatha at tbe^iiBi 
dee Eaui-Vivea (PL I, S); preferable it the Jetie des Plquia, on theoppoaite 
hank (PI. Q, H, i); both open tor ladies 9-11 o'clock. — Baths w lei Arvb 

very cold; 60-54" in aummer), Rno dee Baina 16 (PL C, 8). 

Britiah ConHal, Hugh S. London, Rue du Rh6ne 1 (PLE,.4). - 
Amopican Consul, Leait W. Bagkell, Rue Petilot 8 (Fl. E, 4). 

BngUsh Ohupch (Hd1« Trinity,- PL P, g), Rno 

PRKSBrTERiAH SERvicra in Ang. and Sept. in the Cathedral (Cbapel of 
the Maccabeea). - Amerioati Splscopsl OliUTOh (PL F, O, t: Eiii- 
mamiel Church). Rno Dr. Alfred -Vincent. 

EnquitT OfBoe (Bureau OIKcid de Henselgnemeiil*) , ■S\*'* ''^ 
Bergues 3 fPJ. F, 3; weekday; 9-li & i-6); intoimMAon ttoi.w.Tiv'™* ■; 
jdnoahoBtl tsoihtiM of flenoTa suppliod. — Tomawt ^.o*""-- ^' 
*«*■■* •*™' Sat da RMm 30 (enjurrions ty i»i\, rteiToBi, khMuqVo^- 

251* ly- Rouuee. OBNKVA. BMory, 

TimM Of Admiation. Cathadrid (p. Ml), fne on wHkdayi l-t. 
Una. I MI; at uthar tinm tbt:.; uuDt at tOTBT 1 fi. far 1-4 p«n. — Scute 

<i'H</rlagerit<fl. E, S; muieam of tbe witcb indniti]'), in susudbtIIoe.- 
Frl. 1-1 and Him. a-it. — XuiieAriaaaf,-^. HC), ivly lO-S; idm. 1 fr., free 
<in Bud. >n<[ Thun. — J6>Me -jMrl M d'Hittoire (p. MS), diily (except 
Uad.) 10-13 & !-fi, in wintei till 4.80; free on Sou. ud Than., tind on ttat. 
efterngon, 1 (f. on other days. — JfadiraJ HMom Maitaia (p. MS), open 
free on Men., Wed., ThurB., ud Fri, 1-b, od Sun. 10-1! ft «-S. — Arc 
Mim Bepm [p. aso), diily |eicept Uon.) lU-U A 2-5; cloaed is wioter. — 
Univerniy lAbTary (p. sei], eihibition-roam open fre« on Sua. and 
Thurs. 1-t, It otfaer timei grstuity. 

Geneva (1243'; pop. 140,000; many foreigners), Fr. Genim, 
trct. Genf, capital nf the amsll hat popabns cantoo of tbe game 
nime, lies at the 8. end of the late, where the swift blue waters 
of the Rhtnt emerge from it. The Bhone divides the town into two 
parts. On the left bank, on a steep hill iloininated by the cathedral 
towers, lies the Old Toum, the seat of government and centre of 
traffic, wbicli included the whole of GencTft till the clentolltion of 
the fortiflcationn about the middle of the 19th cent., with the sub- 
urbs of Hainpedaig, to the S.W., and /^« Eaux Fires, to the £. 
On the right bank is the Qaartio' St.6en:aii,yntii the snbnrb of 
2ie« Pdqaii and wide belt of lUUs to the £. Geneva is a highl; 
important commercial and Jnancial centre, and ia the seat of Ihe 
Red Cross and the League of Nations. Watchmaking, introduced 
by the Frenchman CiieiD in 1587, was already a flourishing in- 
dustry in the 18th century. After Paris fienevii is perhaps the 
chief centre of French iiitelleetna! life. 

Geneva appears in the Ist cent. B.C. as a town of the AUobiogea 
(Csaar do Bell. Gall., i. 6-S), whoae teriitory became s Roman province. 
In 44S jl became the capital of the Burgundian kingdom, with which it 
[ame iito the poescssion of the Frmks in fi54; it was annexed to tbc 
new Burgundian kingdom (p, 846) at the end of the 8th cent., and fell to 
the Qermaa Kmpire in 10S3. In 10S4 Emp. Conrad II. caused faimselt 
10 be crowned here as King of Burgundy. In the course of the protiacteil 
cunllicts between the Bishops of Geneva, the imperial CcubIs of Geneva, 
and the Connts (afterwards Dukes) of Gavoy. Ibo citiieps succeeded in 
ohlaining various privileges. In 1518 (hey entered into an alliance with 
Friboui;, and in iGle with Berne. Two parties were now formed in tke 
town, the ConfederateaCEidgenosBeD', pronounced hy the French 'Higuenoa', 
whence 'HugoODcls'l , and the 'Mamelukes', partisans of Savoy. 

In the midat of these discords dawned the REFORUjiTiaK, which Geneva 
i^ealously embtaceil. In ISab the Biahop traceferreil bis seat to Qex, and 
Iho following year the theologian John Calmn (properly Jean Caulvin or 
Chauvin), a refugee from Paris, who was boin at Soyon in Picardy in IW9, 
sought an asylum at Geneva. He attached himself to GuiUaume FOrH 
of Dauphiny, wiio aioce 133a hud been the chief promoter of the new 
doctrinea st Geneva, and soon obtaiued great iudnence in all alTaira of 

later he obtain 

ed almost a. 


eign power an rt 





cal discipline. 

His rhetoi 




austerity whic 

h he so et<i 


o&Tp'teaThe" 1 

w no%i 

.s faith 


In accordance 

with the Bp 


of the age, how 

■over, hi 


tad mtoJeiuit. 






.it IMO, and Mieltad Servelu!, » Ss«.nWn ■oVi»t\«i. wXia Wd 
mittea agtiaat the doctrine of t\ie IriniVj (.'Be '^Aii'fta.Via ™oAW\, 
surf wta only « visitor at Geneva, waa in ^wa ttBiteno.'A Vi \'m »W»i 


BrwutBidc ltoam»ml. flBSKVA. 'V- BouUae. 859 

by th« Qnit GoDnoil [p. IBS), In 1U9 CmlTin fonnded the BeneTi AsLdamy, 
whiob lOoD beuma the lendiDgPtoteatuit aebool of tbeology. Be died onHiy 
STth.lMl.and iris bniied in the comoon cemetery of Flainpalii>(Pl. D. 4, &). 

The ittempte made by the Dnkes of Bavoy at the begitmiiia of the 
ITth cant to leesver Qeneva were aboitiYO, An attempt (the 'Eaoilide') to 
aDipriHe the town on the night of Dec. l!lh, IBOi, led to the streDgtbening 
of the foitiQotlone, fur nbicb contributions wito received from the OBtalOh 
of Holland, the IdndKrave of HcBi^e, anil others who rerogaized the ionii 
■a the bnlvirk of the Befonoed Cbnrch. 

la the ISlh cent. Geneva wae weakened by diaienaiona, oflen leai!iii|( 
to bloodshed, between the privileged old families ('bontgeola'), who enjoyed 

1 'Emile' a 

h bnmt by the eommoD hangman ut Parii (ITSi) and Q«neva 
lero too of great effect. In 1798 Geneva became the capital 

, DiparUmtiU du l.iman, aai in 18U it joined the Sirias 

Confederation aa the iind Canton. In 1S4R, under the leadership of Jaiuft 

of the French D4t 

anion oyerlhren the ConBervalive government and'adopti 

From the Gare cie Comavin (p. 255) the broad Ru« on Momt- 
BLiNc leads to the lake. To the left ia the h»ndsome Post Office 
{PI. E, F, 2), opposite which is s bust of Lonia Favre (pp. 123, 301), 
the engineer. Farther on, to the left, is the Gothic Englidi Church 
(Holjr Trinity; PI. F, 3). From the end of the Rtte dn Moat-Bknc 
the handsome^- 

*Poiit da Mont-Blano (PI. F, 0,3,4), built in 1862, Ibc 
highest of the seren Bhone bridges, leads to the Jardin AQg:Iais 
(p. 260). Between it and tbe Poid des Bergues ia Bous*€av,'s Is- 
land (PI. F, 3), with a bronie statne of Jean Jacqnea Ronssean, b)' 
Pradier (1834). Bj tbe third bridge, the Pont de ia Machine (PI. F, 
3,4), is the central station of the electricity works. The bridge 
[reeentlj rebuilt) over the island between the Place St. Gervais 
and Place Bel-Air (PI. E, 3, 4) was the only bridge at Geneva till 
the beginning of the I9th cent, and still carries the most traffic. 
The Toar de I'Re has been preserved as a relic of the mediaeval 
fortifications. — Farther down ia the monnment Pvnt de la Ccnil' 
ouurentdre (PI. D,4), crossing theKhone from thcPromenade St. Jean. 

Extending N.E. along the lake from the Pont dn Mont-Blanc is 
the Qaai du Mvtd-Blane(^l. F, G, 3, 2), which coinuiands a bcanti- 
fnl *Vie\v of tbe Uont Blanc chain, best on clear evenings (view 
indicator opposite the Sue des Alpes). The difference in height 
between Mont Blanc and the Aiguille dn Midi, hardly perceptible 
at Chanionii, ia well marked frojn this point. 

On the left rises the snmptnons BmuBwlek Monument 
(PI. P, 2), the mausoleum of Dvke (Carles II. of BruMialal'. 
{d. 1873), who, eiilod from the dnchj m 1%^Q, k^<;-t.\. ■Oat\^ 
years of his life at Geneva and left hia loTVime ot \"«etiT '^'^^'?^ 
frtnei to the town, on conditipn that a mouumBiA aVo^*.'^* '■'**'^^Lt 
to bim in the ^tyls of (he Tombs of Ovc Sc»,U%Ma a.V^e-'o^'" ^"^ 


desijiu is bf the srchltect Franel, the sculptures by Cain, Igncl, 
and others. There are two repr«aentations of the duke : ■ recnmbent 
efflgy on the sareophagas beneath a marble baidaccbipo; uid a 
bronze equestrian figore, which was intendcil to crown the baldae- 
chiuo but proved too heavy. 

Farther on is the Kurgaal (PI. G, 2; p. 257), behind which is 
the American Church (p. S57). Beyond the Jetee dea Pdgitit 
(PI. 6, U, 2), at the end of which is a lighthonse (fine view of On 
town), the qnay passes the Palais des Nations (PI. n; G, 1), 
formerly the HOtel National and now the headijoarlers of Ht 
League of Naiions, fonnded by the delegates to the Peace Con- 
gress »t Versailles on Jane 28tb, 191!), The permanent secretary- 
general is the Hon. Sir Eric Dmrnmoad, K.C.M.G., C.B. — The Qnai 
du Mont-Blanc ends at the pretty Pare Mon Bepoe, beqneathed to 
the town in ]R99. The mansion belonging to it contains a small 
pictnre gallery and ethnographical collection (adm., see p. 258). 
Near the bouse, against the garden wall, is a monument to Gene- 
vese soldiers, by Angst (1920). 

On the South BiKK op the LiKK, near the Pont dn IfoDt-Blane, 
is the Naliowd Momanenl. (PI. 6, 4), a bronee group by R, Dover 
(1869) commemorating the adherence of Geneva to the Confedera- 
tion (p. 2b9). — Adjacent is the pleasant Jardin Anglids or 
Promenade dv. Lac, with a caffi-reatanrant (p. 256) and bronze 
basis of the painters Calame and Diday. The Grand Quai, skirt- 
ing the gardens, contains the most fashionable shops. — To the 
N.E., the Qaai dt» Eaux-Vives (PI. H, 1, 4, 3) extends to the Pare 
des £anx-Vlves <p.364). 

In the lake opposite rise two huge erratic bonlders of granite, 
the Pierret du Niton (PI. H, 3, i). A bronee plate on the farther 
rock is the standard bench-mark (1223'above sea-level) of the Swiss 
trigonometrical survey. On the Jetie des Eaux-Vives (PI. H, 8) 
a fountain with a jet 295' high plays on Sundays and holidays in 
summer. — Nearthequay is theS«^deiafi^/'<wn!a(i(in(Pl.H,4), 
where the Assembly of Kepresentatives of the League of Nations met 
in Nov. and Dee. 1920. 

Up the hill-slope to the S.W. of the Jardin Anglais extends the 
Old Tows {PI. E, 4, F, G, 4, 5). Its chief streets are the Rve du 
ShSne, the 'Rues Basses' (i. e. the Eve de la Confederation, Rue 
du MarcM, and Rue de la Oroix-d'Or), and the Rue de la Cor- 
raterie, marking its W. bonndary and leading from de Place Bel- 
Air to the Place Neuve (p. 261). Near the Corraterio, at the W. 
end of the Rue de la Coat* deration, is the Fontaine de I'Eicalade 
(PI. E, 4), in memory of the defeat of the Savoy night-attack in 
ISOS (p. S59). 

Ob the highest point of the o\a towa i>.^^!i'^, ^\.c^e ^WA*. 
Jlonian Ipniple and (from the 4th cent.") aCW\8UMvttaTcV,\\*!i'eot — 


auheitrel. QBHBVA, IT. Souuee. sei 

Oathednd of St. Fl«rr» {PI. F, 6), a Bomaaesqae baildiog 
s^d to have beed eomptetad b; Emp. Conrad II. (p. 358) in 1034; 
it was rebuilt in the GtotMc stjle In the 12-18th cent., and vas 
diBflgnred in 1753 b; a Corintbian portico. It has recently been 
restored. The epire, 223' high, rising between the tvo lov transeptal 
towers, dates only from 1899 and containe a peal of bells. 

The Te^er (concieise) tiveB it Kuc Fsrel 8. Adm. (bw p. t^) by the 

The fHTEEioB, caD>i>tiiig oS a'lve, usles, choir' and tiiuiBe'pt, i< uottbls 
roi it* beautiful piopaniom. In ■ chapel to the right of the choir ii the 
mODainent of Due Henri de fiohon (leader of the FioDCb ProtCBtante nndei: 
Louis XIII.), who fell at Bheinfelden in 16S8, of his wife XargueriU 
lie Svlly, and of his son Taneride; the black marble Barcophafue reaU 
on tBolioDB; the eUtne of the duke, in a Bitting poetare, ty Ignel, ia 
modem. Under the pulpit la a cfaaii laid te hive beloniced to CalTin. 
Tlie bcantilnl Gothic alalia in the light liale were eiecnled by Florentine 
BculplorB for tbe ChapeUe de> FloieotlnB (oov deBtrDved). Adjacent, neai 
the chief poilal, ia a tablet in memoir of Agrippa d'Aubiant [i. 1630 at 
Geneva, in eiile). the confldant of Henri it, of France. - Adjacent to 
the S.W. is the laatcful Gothic CluipdU de» KaeOiaMa, bnllt in 1406 
by Card, de Brogny and rebuilt in 1S74-7B. 

Opposite the cathedral on the S. is the disused chnrch of Notre- 
Dame-ia-Nenre, dating from the earl; 13th cent, and known as the 
Auditoire (PI. F, 5) since the Beformation. Calvin promolgated 
his doctrines in this bnildings, and John Knoi (p. 262) preached 
here io 1555-57 ; in 1874, when used as the coasistorv court, it was 
[iirtlj rebnilt eiternally, — Farther E. are the Palais de Justice 
(1709), once a hospital, and the CoU^e de St. Antoine, bnilt by 
Calyin in 1559, which has preaerred its original character and ia 
now nsed as a cantonal school. The Place dn Bonrg-de-Fonr, to 
the S. of the Palais de Justice, is likewise of medieval aspect. For 
the Promenade tbe St. Antoine, close by, see p. 263. 

To the W. of the cathedral is the HAtol de TiUe (PI. F, 5), 
a Renaissance bnilding of the 16th cent., now cantonal nfflces. In- 
stead of a staircase, an inclined plane ascends to the third Soor. 
The conacil-hall contains frescoes of the 16th centary. — Opposite 
ii the oM Artencd. — The Bne de rHOtel-de-Ville and Rne des 
Oranges contains several ISth cent, mansions. 

Near hy, Grand' Rue, No. 40, ia the hanae in which Jean Jaemta 
Soutteau, the ecn of a walohlnaker, was boin (17»: i. 17Ig at Ermenon- 
ville near Paris), The bonae belonged to hia grandfather, to vbon 
RonaBeau'B mother was paying « viait at the time of her sen'a birth. 
Hia father lived at Hue Roassean ii (PI. E, S). 

An archway adjoining the Hotel de Ville leads to the terrace ot 
Zia Treille, planted with ohestnnt-trees, which descends on the left 
to the Palais Eynard (p. 263) and on the right to tbe Place Neave. 

In the middle of the large Pi.j,cbNkctb ^Y.'E.,Sl\4Wi w^fc^'^.'^a.''*- 
Btatne of General Bufour (1787-1875), lesdei ol ft.6 Cu-^e.'"^''* 
tmopaiatbe TTiro/tieSonderbund tp.ja;My>,\»i K.l^»smi1.'*''T^f" 
Oatiey.sldeoflbeaqa^reaTe the buiWtnR tormwAl wit-a-?^** ^ 

362 rr. omttaa. QBNKVA. 

the Muaie Bath (p. 863 ; the seat of the latenuitiotutl PruouerB 
of War Bureau In 1914-18 and nov nsed for various eiliibitioDs], 

&t the corner of the fine de la Corraterie, and the TIiaRtre, with 
a handsome facade and fojer, built by Gonse in 1877-79 in the 
atyle of the Paris Opera Housr. On the S.W. side is the Oomei- 
vaioire of Matic. — In the vicinity are the Vidoria HaU (Bue 
G£n£rBl-Diifour 14), bequeathed to the town hy the late Mr. D. F. 
Barton, British Consul at Geneva, and hoilt hj Hare Camoletti 
in 1891'93, with a large concert-hall; the Bom. Cath. church of 
the Saeri-CceuT, once a freeniasong' lodge; and the Electond. 

The great gates opposite the theatre open on the FaoHENAnE 
DEB Bastjobs (PI. E, F, 5, 6), laid out as a botsjiic garden in 181G, 
vith heautifnl old trees. On the right is a statue of David by 
J. Chaponni^re, a Genevese sculptor who died young in 1825. Along 
the main avenue are basts of the oatnral scientist F. J. Pictct de la 
Rive (1809-72), the botanists A. P. de Candolle (1778-1841) and 
Edm. Boissier (1810-85), the engineer J. B. Colladon (1802-93), the 
statesman A. Carteret (1813-89), and other citizens of Geneva. 

Oa the other side, along the wall beneath the Treitie (p. SGI), 
la the *Baformation IConument, unveiled in 1917 and over 
100 yds. long. In the centre are figures in high-relief of Calvin, 
Farel, Tlieodore de Beza, and John Knox. In front ot the pilasters 
on either side are ststnes of the champions of the Reformation; 
Admiral Coligny, leader of the Hngoenots, William ot Orange, 
Stadtholder of the Netherlands, and the Great Elector of Branden- 
burg; Roger Williams, defender of the freedom of conscience in 
America, Oliver Cromwell, liord Protector of England, Scotland, 
and Ireland, and Prince Stephan Bocskay of Siebenbhrgen. Bas- 
reliefs between tbe pilasters depict the history of Calvinism. The 
architects of the monument were Monod, Laverrilre, Taillens, and 
Dubois; the sculptors Landowski and Bouchard. 

The Tlnivenlty (Fl. E, F, S, 6], which has occupied its prasent 
buildings since 1873, developed out of Calvin's academy (p. 259) 
and since the end of the 18th cent, has been famous also for the 
teaching of natural science. It has 70 professors and 1500 students 
(for the moat part foreigners). The central block facing the B|ie 
de Candolle , with a bast of the naturalist and biologist Karl Ti^ 
(d- 1895) in froat of the entrance, contains the lecto re-rooms of the 
facuUiea of theology, law, and philosophy and for some of the natural 
science lectures. In tbe wings, connected with the main building 
by glass galleries, are housed the library (K.) and the natural his- 
toid musenut (W.). 

The tabrarr, tounded aboat the middle of the ICtb cent., conUmii 
»»,0DO Vols, ud S000U88. The Sali.! Am Lvij:ii< on tbe KraDDil-Baar, 
M tbe right of the ■tilrciae (»dm., me p. *M1, contain* tbO ■neient.ud 


B portnito of letomen, ■ 

Bliol at the *ge of SO, p»iiitL 

exhibltfld in glia^-oasflB: homiliea of Bt. Angastj-. 
boniekHpiog acMtmta of Philip thsFiii (ISOg) on i 
with miniatnrei, tome of t**-™ ^•rt*.i~J ■» /i^^^j- 

On u old r««ding-de9k ii. „ 

bound In red moiocuo, and beuing tba irns of Fruice ftnd 
dcaUned by tba Oouncil of Gensii u a eift to Henri IV.. bat i 

mcapturedat Oiandaoa (p.!4S); i 


1 of PM>te«Unt[»m. - On 
I collection of fc 

■ uid'b Kcological coUectioD; Uelij 
eniiEona of Benevi; eryatala from Ibe Tiefeo eiaoiei (p. 191), etc 

The Eeole de CHimi^ {Pi. F, 6) and EcnU de Mfde.cine (PI. D, fl) ate 
in the S. niiutcr of the town. The CaiitonBl s.aA Maternity HotpittOt 
are alan attached to the facnlty of -as-"-'— -•'— "■- "--' — ' " — "-' 
(oomp. Pl.F, 6) ia a monument erectt 
Micbael Serretiu (p. M8). 

The Palais Eynard (PL F, 5), to the E. of tbe Bastions, erected 
in 1817 hy Eynard, tbe Fhilhellenist, contains a collection of SwJsi 
tanna (open oe Snn. & Than. 10-12 & 2-6 ; entrance from the Rue 
de la Croix-Konge). Adjoining the honse is a monument with a bast 
of Eynard. Tbe Aih£n£e (PI. F, e), to the S.E., contains a library 
iiF works on art, and a permanent exhibition of art (50 c). 

Close by. In the Bae de U Promentde-du-Pin (Fl, O, e). u<> thr 
ofllces of the IiitemaltotitU Oommittce of ttie Sal Croei (p. iksv). 

S'flrtherK,, below the Promenade St. Anloaie(P\.G,b), on tbe 
site ol an old bastion, with a memorial fountain for tbe writers 
Philippe Monnier and Gaepard Vallette, is tbe municipal mnsenm 
of art and history (see below). To tbe S. of this is tbe EcoU des 
Beaux:- AtU (PI. G, 6), to the N. the Obtenatory (PI. G, 5), and to 
the E. a bronze bnst of B. TOpffer (p. 364), the Generese hnniorist, 
and tbe Saarian Church, nith gilded domes. 

Tbe *HuH«e d'Art et d'Hiatoire (PI. 0, 5), a bnilding in 
pale sandstone in the style of Loois lYI., erected in 1903-9 by 
Marc Camoletti, contaioa tbe mtuicipal art-collection founded by 
the SuBsisn general Katb (b. at Oeneva in 1766, d. 1819), and the 
municipal collections of antiquities, weapons, and coins. Entrance 
in the Roe Cbarles-Galland. A-dm., see p. 253. 

BaanssT |teached froni the SnC Undiog). Kelief-model of tbe town 
of QoneTS in the yeai IBIiO (soale 1 : BM). 

Lowu Gmouhd Ploob. AtM ft OraftB. Booms 1-8: Laoe, em- 
btoideriea, oTnamenta, textiles, enamela, oaiamioa, objeota in wiongbt iron 
and bronEe. — Hoom 7: Musical inBDumsnts. - — Beam fl: EngraTisga 
(110,000 pHnta). — Koom 9: Library. 

XJrpss Bbduxd Floob. Antliliiltlefi. Room II: Frehietoric anti- 

SnltiBB; laoBBtTlne obJeolB. — Roon 18: Bgyptian, Coptic, PhcBnioian, and 
iTprian antlqnitisB. — Rdddi IS and the adjacent galfeiiea 13a and 13b: 
•Coliectiona of W. Fol, the archaologiBt (d. 1689): Greek, Roman, and 
Etruaoui antiqnitlea. — Room 14; Roman and Celto-Qeimanic aiitia,v.\.v».. 
— Room 16 : Ceiling from tbe Qenera manaioTk tA Oa 'Kv^quq -A. %S» 
(I6lh oent) and win Jowa from tbe choii ol fhe C»ftie4ni *s- ^'>'^'i'. «' ™" 


ge4 ^- *>"" «"■ GENSTA. PUltiTc BaBery. 

elUB-siSB, dmiob pUte of the I)-ietb ccntailei. — Boom 16: Ceilin 
mm > G*n«T» privite honed: furnilaH, weipoin, mA Titioni obJBOta t 
tha leth i-aA ilth caotDrie*. — Rddiu 17: PftnelllDE (IT-tStb Dent.) trai 
- 1 hsU. - - 

lain, fail 

thaculleof Z<iO[B(p. 71; end of 17lti'cent.|.~Booin 23 iritta a ISttacent. 
ceiling, contiins the colleotion of wenpom, whicb ia dosely allioj with 
tha biatory a! ttie towu. — Room 34: Historiul mementoei. — Koom SB: 
Modern seulptarea, includiug Aug. Rodin, Tbe thinker, 'The man with 
the broken nose' [brunze mask). —We laMad to the ataimae on the left. 

Mmumni Floob. — Boom 33 (galler; of K. tl): Swlaa nnlfornu.— 
Room 82: Oolleetioii of ooina, paitlaalul}' (Jeneveae coina and madala.-' 
Retradng our atepa, ve toni to the right into Roeni 34 (gallery o! R. 1»): 
Bviaa pewter mi ceramics, — Rooms 36-38: BonmH frnin the CMtle of 
Ziiort (aee aboTel- 

FinsT Flook. Picture OallSFr. Tbe Qenevese Scboo] of the 19tli cent. 

landing are two bronze gronpa bj J. J. Fraditr. Tbe aDle-room contdne 
afawantiqne aeulptures. — Room 39 (1.): SoalptnrBe by J. J.PradJw (of 
Geneva; iTfti-l^I); three Upeatries from the Fol Collection. — Room 40: 
Paintlnga by tbe Oeneveee irtists Jean and Jtan Daniel Buber (d, net 
ni 1846], P. L. de fa Bitie (d. 1814), A QardOie (i. 1IS8|, ud Saiat-Oure 
(d. isoe). — Room4I: Worke by the tbree preoDtser* of tbe modem Oene- 
veae acbDot, A. W. TUpffer (d. 1817), F. ttuioi (d. Ig4», ud J. L. Agaaie 
(d. 1B49). ~- Csbioet 4la 00 : Water-colonra and drawinga by the Oea«Tese 
painter and humoroDs writer£udofj>AeTfijijrer(liea-lg4S).— Ctbineta41b, 
42a, 42b, 4Sei: Minlitnrea, dniringa, plaqnettea, water- eoloBts, and 
paslele. — Boom 42: Works by FraneaU Dlday (of QeneTi) 1B<»~71], 
Joander of the acbool of Alpine landscape (IDS. Oak and reed) and by the 
bistorica) painlec J. L. Luaardon <d. 1884). — Room 43 : Lmdaeapaa by 
Alexandre Calamt (of VoTey; 1810-81),'s ehief pupil {6S. Summer; 
67. Like of Lncerne): genre-paintinga by Bettjamin Vautier (18S9-89). 
wbo worked at Drlaseldort, and a few paintings by L. Robert {p. E84). — 
Room 43b: Pastel portiaila, mostly by J.S.UotaTd{til Qeneia; 170t-89}, 
including 489. Mme. d'Epieiy, RaoBseau'e patroness; two eieellent bnsta 
by the Preucb aculptor J. H. Bovdon (1741-1B!8). — Rooms 44-46 : Works 
Ly (^enereae and other Swiss painters, A. can Kuyden Id. ISm, Aug. 
Ba'id-Bovii{i. 18BB), E. Ducal (d. ISll), ff So ncf reefer (d. 1901), Rud. KoHer 
[i. ISOS), Barth. Uma |d. 1893), Ferd. Bodlcr |d. 1918). ete. — Cabinet 4ea 
(adjoining R. 47): Konrad IViU Ip. 7), Two wiegs of an altar-piece 
painted on bath sidea, sith a view near Qensia and Mont Blane (1444). — 
Boom 4B: Natharlandish and Spanish painters of tbe 171h eent., iuclDding 
B. tNinderHeI({(lI3,174), A.van OiUtdefim. (/ni-noicn (410. Man langh. 
ing), taiVeUamlt:s^V■,S86,^^). — Rtlom60■. llsliana of the 16-17lh cent. 
(114. SoiaenielAnoV, Trlumpli of David). — Rooms 61 and 62: French 
paintera of tbe IT-191b cent., ineluding tli. Mme. Vigie-Lebrun, Ume. de 
8ta«l sa Corinna; 43Ia. QMnlin de la Tour, Portrait; noh,c. Nattier, 
Portraits; W. Philippe deOhampaigae.'Dtith-hiii of a nun; aeveral Corof« 
in S.U. — Cabinet 61 a: Drawings and water-colours. — Cabinet 61b: 
Medals by Antoine Bovy (of Geneva; 1796-1877), who norked at Paris, 
and BKguea Boey (of Geneva; 1841-1903). — Room 63; Plaster caats. 

A visit to tbe Pare La Grange {PI. K, 3) or the Pare dea 
Baux-Vlv-ea (PI. K, 2; restaurant, Bee p. 256}, both noted from 
their groves of old trees, may be liv tram (p. 356 ; Nob. S, 9) 
or by motor-launch (p. SftT) from the Qaai du Mont-BIano. 

At 'Lft Jonction' (PI. A, 5), below the town, the grey glacier- 
water of tbe Arve joins the bine Rhone, — On the opposite bank 


gnvinm*. OENEVA. Tf. BouUeo. B65 

lies the Boit de ta Bdtie (PI. A, B, 6 ; reBtanrants), ■ tract of woods 
and meadows affordiiig a pretty view of the town. Tram No. 2, see 
p. 256. 

Even tbe aon-technii»1 viaitor will bs interested b; tbe Uunioipal 
Po-w»r8taaoiiCForceBMolriceB;_Pl.D,*), whidi utiliiei the iwifl Mr- 

rie U Bltie id' 

i >tBaB» 

inge (N,B. tl Oeneva). The e 

reit lall, eontaining 

' 800 h.p., i> open to the pnt 

ilic. The BdIs de la 

' (117' ibi 

>ve the level ol the lake) pri 

widee the towD with 

Jrinkiag ff^ter 

, Vhile tl 

le Bessinge reservoir {893- >.b> 

jve the like) delivere 

water at high 


- The electric llght- 

ing .nd p.w« 

station ( 

reuD at Chtvrea. 

To THE Ariana. — Two tram way- roL lea (Nob. 7, S: comp. p, 167): 
either to the Freffiiy-Ariana bull on the Chanteponlel-Femey fine, at 
tbe upper entrance to th« park (S&c.)i "' to (he Ariana halt on the 
Flace du Molard-Temoii line, at the lower cntrasce, near the motor- 
Loat-pier (p. SbT; Reatanilnt LBcuBtre, close by). 

The 'Ariuia, beqaeathed to the town by Giutave Revilliod 
(d, 1890), the Geneveae aathor and named by him after his mother, 
is visited not only for its mnseain and the donor's art-collections, 
but also for its extensive park (open from 9 a.m. daily) and glorious 
view ot the lake and the Alps. 

The Mugeiim ia a handsome Heaaissanoe building, with beau- 
tiful interior decoration. Adm., aec p. 258. 

On the Bbousd Floob are marble BcalptureB, lace, init 171h cent, 
tapeatrlea: Cbineae and Japanese porcelain, inlaid work, wood and ivory 
carvings, hroniea, European porcelain and faience, antique vaaea. ~ Fiaar 
Floob. Old {araitare, weapona, stained glaaa. Fanr rooma with old and 
modern paintlnga : in the lat room, to the left at the stairB, note the flower 
and Btill-life pieces by Netherlind masters : in the End room, to the left 
of the lat, IsDdacapea by Diday^ Calamtj Duvtd^ elc, animal pieces hy 
Huiaberi and Ddarive, genre psinlings bj Vavtier, 8. Daravd, TSpffer, 

4th,'l«li«n! Netherl™iil 

h, and Span 

i^ pa 

liqae head 
iati>«a (mi 



"si, 'inclu' 


1 Msdonn. 

, ofVallomb 

rosB (ri 

Dpethioi oi 

orence) >b 

,d Me-mling; 

,^ with the 


Baptist. - On t 

he other t 

.U: siolure 



Horace ReMlio 

d; past ell 

i: engravings ("lO.W 



and MSS-; glasi 

Unies and 

1 earth. 

*wa"e,"ol'd Oe, 

ise pewter. 

i plate, coins, etc. Splendid view from the bslcan 
Id the park, at the back of the former dwelling-houae, ta Re- 
villiod'a grave, shaded by old trees. Close bj is a deer-encloaore. 
— The lower part of the park is laid out as a Botanic Garden, 
with a section for Alpine plants. The collections of (he Gonserva- 
toire Botanique, by the lake, are open from Moa. to Fri. 2-5. — 
On the Pregny road, above tie Ariana, is the Intematvmal Labour 
Office, occupying the former Institut Thudichnni. 

On the hill of Pregny, 'j, hr. N. of tbe Ariana, is the Chdteav. 
RotluchUd, bnjlt tor Baroness Adolpho aoV\iwi"a\\*L V^A'sm^ '^-^ 
1858 bj the EngUsb architect Stocks. T^ie^etMvi. Wwa v»|<»**'^' 
lower entrance ot the beantifo) park (UAeiR dl »i\sv\*w.i-a''^**^* 
tie Geneva hotelg). 


266 IV. Souieee. QEireVA. 

From Pregnv-Ariuiii ihe tiun salt dubh the prelty TlllMa otfWit- 
Saeonnsx (left) ud Qrand-SaanHua:, crouei the E^anch fronfar nur Ois 
njiterie, inii reichei (i M.) Pomoy, officially Femty- Vollairt [Httel da 
Fiineo; Tniile), a village founded by Voltaire in 1758. Oppoaite theto^ 
BiDU ii a bronie ttatuo of Voltaire j'Au Patriarchs Ae Farney, UM-ITSS- 
IT78'), by 1^. Lambert [ISM). Tho street straight oa fmiD the lennioaa, than 
to ths left, leads to the (Vt U-) CltdUaa erected by VolUiie and oecD- 
pkd by bim till ehartly before hia death in m», now containing memo- 
riala of the founder (open on Wed. afternoonB In enmmor; cloied in 19ti). 
Over the former chapel ia tbe bscriptioo: 'Doo ereiil Voltaire'. Boanti- 
tnl view from the niden-tsirace, ~ From Ferney a aleam-tram runa in 
40 min. to (10 11.) dex'Cp. Via). 

Ameng the numcroiie Tramwats eerving the envirena of Geneva 
(comp. pp. !S6, i57) the followiuK may he mentioned. No. 9, vil la 
Bdoile U'LVk. ; pension-reatanrant, with garden by the lake) and CoUonaf- 
BeOeHte (p. 21i; 60 c.) to Hfrmancr (IV. M. ; p. !78; I fr. 10 e.]. - 
No. 10, vi* La BelotCe and Coreicr te Douvaitie (Tl, M. ; 1 (r. 46 c), a 
■mall French town. — No. li, from CaronKB (Collongea tramwny, lee 

■ ■ • ■ ' "eneva, fonnded hy Dulte Vfcfor Ama- 

he Place do Molard and tbe Oare dea 
„ , tnrant Pellet), Amiematie, and Etrem- 
biirea [Saltve; see belonr). — No. is, viK Carou^ to St. JullMi-eB- 
OenevaiB (e>/. M., 80 c.; Hatol de France, S. from fi, B. I'/t, L. or D. 
8 fr.; Gheval Bfanc), a small Prenoh town, a atation on tho line from 
Beilegarde to Le Bonveret, vhenoe tbe Pitont (S brB.; aee below) may 
be anoanded viS Beaumont. — So. IB, Til Bemex (4>lt M.) to OUaneu 
(los/i M. ; 1 fr. dO r. ; a aUtion on the P.L.M. from Ocneva to Beilegarde), 
a line aerving the Boie de la BRtie (p. W6). 

To THK SiLtVT!. — {iv Tramway (No. li; p. iS7) vii Annemam to 
etrembiireii Ib'/iM-, aee above and pp.257, SOI) in •l,hi. {SO c); thence 
vii MoTiKX and Monaetier-Mairie [JnnctioB of tbe Veyrier line) to TVaiu- 
Arbna in 1-1'/. hr. — {i), tramway (3V>U., in ifi min.; A5 c, relarn 
1 ft. 10 c.) from the Cours de Bive (Pl.Q, 5) vii Iloriitanl to Veurier 
(HBt. Bean-Sijoar], a yillage prettily aituated at the foot of the Saltve 
(the tramway proceeds vii Sosae)/ to CoUongti, S'/i M., see p. tBI), 
iVom Veyrier electric rack-and-pinion railway vii. Monn^er-Eiaiat and 
Monnetier-Maine to Treist-ATbrea. 3>U M. in 1 hr. ; fare from Veyrier l« 
Trciie-Arbrea aft, BO c. (French monev), retorn-ticliet, with optional 
dcaceni 1o Etrembii'rea, 16 fr. 40 c, half-price on Thuradsye. 

The Saldve, a long hill of limestone rock, to the S.E. ot Ge- 
neva, on French territory, is i favoarite resort. It consists of two 
portions, separated by the vulley oF Monnetier; N.E. the Petil- 
SaUve (S962'), and S.W. the Grand-Salive {4290'), adjoined by 
the PelU and Grand PUon (4525'). — rroni Etrbmbisbhs the 
railway runs past the old ivy-niantled castle and ascends tbe slope 
of the Petit Sal^ve, via the atations of Beu-Mornex (1394'} and 
Haut-Mi>me3: (2330'), to the junction at Monnetier -Makrif. 
Uomex (2200'; BOt. de rEcn-de-Saroie; H6t. Chfiteaa de Mor- 
nei, 45 beds; H6t. Beau-Site; Pens, des fflycinea, with tablet in 
memory of the yisitti of Wagner in 1S56 and Buskin in 1863), a 
ohsrming village on the S. alopc of the Petit-Saldve, is visited as a 
health-resort. Anglican servicea are held from June to Angut — 
From Vs-yiasa tbe tramway crossBGlUe XimBTOUseut&B«U«^rde 
line, skirta tbe extensive limeBtone-qMairieB ot "^fc'jfiftt, twun^ 
tdove the Pas de VKchelle (p. 2611 , pussies toTm^ ». W(«A 


Bnvirora. SBKSVk. I ' ■ Boatc eS. 367 

(120 ;ds.), and retclies (9 M.) Koimetiai-Belise (2376'; Gr*nd- 
HflW dn P«rc & HOtal du Chlteiu, 150 beds; HOt.-Pens. Trottet, 
60 beds from 6, B. I'/i, L orD. 6 fr.; du Belvedere, 30 heda; 
dee Alpea), aitnaUd in a depresaton between the two Salevea. 
From this point the Petit-SaUve la eaail; ascended in >/, hr., 
the Grand-SiiUve in I'/i br. (see below). — Tlie lino then goes 
on to the (27, M.) central station of MonnetleisMalrie (2626'; 
Hfit.'Pena. BelteTne, with fall view of the Alps, 120 beds from 6, - 
B. 2, L. 5, D. 7 fr.), and tiiencc ascends the partly wooded 
slopes of tbe Grand-SaUve to the (3^/4 H.) terminDS at TVcize- 
Arbre» (3750'; Buffet-Bestanrant de la Gare; a little higher, 
HOt.-RestanraDt des Treize-Arbrea). The height 5 min. bejond 
the hotel affords a beantifnl survey ol the Mont BUnc chain, the 
Laic ot Geneva, the Jura, Cantons Geneva and Vaud, and a part of 
Franec (uiountaiu- indicator). Abont 6 niin. farther on, above the 
Urando Gorge (sec below), is an obseryatory, erected in 1913. We 
now ascend the ridg^, and in '/,hr. reach the (h^de Graitge Tour- 
Ntei' (4290'), the highest point of the * Grand -Sal^ve, whence ' 
wc anrvey the Lake of Annecy also. The walk may be extended vli 
La Oroitette (see below) to the (I'/i hr.) Pitong (see p. 266). — 
Veyrkr (p. 266) is the best starting-point (or the ascent of tho 
aal6ve on foot. Wc follow the Pag de I'EcheUe, runniog below tho 
tramway, then aacend a flight of 101 steps in tLc rock to (50 min.) 
Moimetier-EglUe (aee above), whence a good road, to the right, 
winds up^o(l'/i hr.) Treiie-Arbres, — A more f aligning route as- 
cends from Boaaty (tramway-station, see p. 266), vifi (>ram, and 
throagh the Grande Gorge, by a steep and stony path, to the (2 hrs.) 
plateau. The route through the Petite Gorge, to the left of the 
Grande Gorge, is dangerons. — From Collonget (p. 266) there Is a 
new path rift Corbea and Le Cbin (Chalet d'Orjobct), whicb near 
the plateau passes through the (l'/4 hr.) Grotte d'Orjobet. Higher 
up wc may turn to the right to C/, hr.) La Crmaelte (see above), 
or to the left by a path ('Sentier de la Corraterie'), affording fine 
views and passing below the Trim de la Tine, to the (50 min.) 
ajijicr end of the Grande Gorge {ace above ; to Treize-Arbres 3 hrs.). 

On the E. Bikk of the lake a walk (tiamwi)' from ConiB Ae Rive 
to Yizenai) mlv be tik«n iloi« the Quii des Eaux-Tives, pluted with 
placc-ttees, to (1 fai. ; SVi M.) vicBata (garden. reetanrdn la by the lake, 
at La Bdottl); return to Oeneya in VU hr. vi£ ColORny |Chale^Eeatau- 
TBDt iit Alpea], with a charmmE view of the lake and {be VUia Diedati, 
where Byron wrote 'Manfred' and Canto III. of 'Childe Harolri' in ISlBi 
or farther to Iho E. vii Vaitgrjuivrei (tramway No. 11 ; n. tbl) and ("/j hi.) 
Chougity, with 1 fine survey of Mont Blanc, to (SR min.) OalDpiy. 

The long ranee of the •Volrona (4S7b'), to the N.E. of Oeneva, com- 
manding a superb view of the Alpsof aavor, the JnraMU.,«lK-.»vui'<D« 
favourite point. Railway (Eaui-Vivea Btatton, ?■ «>S1 "'i^ 
Ip. 8OTJ to (BO mia.) Bom-St-Didier (p. SUV, flitiOMi a 4*-.-= -- - -j 

^-.„™(A„. (,, 1 „ . „an ^f J ,,„_ j^, ^g .iimitti^.. '^J™ '^ 

te mt.-PeM. cU PErmltaae l,jMai-««'^-'> "" 


atis IV. somusv. lake ok ueneva. 


rff><n/, the h] 

igheat point (M76T; to 


S.W. al 



;b V.tT-8,W.; imdtoti, 


ir.) JtoinW in Pralaire 1483(0, the 


peak (p. 

305). — On theW. iiopet 

if th. 

9 VoilOD 

hre.ttom Geneva [riil- 

■y vii A 

p. 1 

bridle-path, Ihr,). '" 


i EUd de MontOHban mSV). k 

1 ch, 


. CiBS of the P.L.U. li 

Owava'w'thB Col dt 


FaucilU{t.Sm: IV. h".; 15'/, Ji 

r„ tetuni !S 



S70; •;. 

;on and Circnit cf the 

. m.y be nsed. 


fleneva lo BeBegarde i 


fli, Pai 


and to Anofey, see 


Stm««m France. 

67. The Lake of GenoTa. 

The *Lake of Geneva (1220'), Fr. Lac Ltman, the Laims 
Lmnanut of the Kumans, is the largest of the Swiss lakes, 45 M. 
long, S'/i U. broad between Morgea and Aniphion, 1095' deep iu 
places, and has an area of SS4 sq. M., two-flfths of whieh helong 
to Franc^e■ The water Is transparent and of a deep bine colour. 
Par eentaries it haa been a faronrite theme with writers of every 
nationality (Byron, Voltaire, Rousseau, Dnnias, etc.). On the N, 
aide it is boanded by gently sloping hills, richly olothed with 
vineyards and orchards, and enlivened with smiling villages. Tu 
the E. and S. a noble bacbgroand is formed by the long chain of 
the monatains of Talais and Savoy, 

A phenomenon obaeryed on the Idke of Geneva, aod on other likvs 
also, coDBiata in the ao-called 'Seichei', at flnctuationa in the level of the 
water, probably caaaed by auddsD alteration in (he itmoapheric preasure. 
The 'aeicheH lonBitudinalee' run from one end of the lake (o the other; 

10 minutea. The higheat longitudinal awell on record waa over 6 ft. in 
height. — The Tea^ratiire of the lake near the aurfaue variea from 46- in 

B,. By Railway from Oeneva to Iiaueanne 
and Villeneuve. 

N, M. HiviBs FBDBBAt RiiLWAT Iheinf .-legtriHod) in i'k-S'l, t"s. (lo 
Lausanne 1-i, lo Vevey i-S fan.) ; fares 15 fr. b, 10 fr. 50, 6 fr. 86 c. {to 
l-ausanne 10 fr. 10, 7 fr. 6, 4 fr. 60 c. ; to Vevey IS ft. JO, 9 fr. M c, 8 fr,). — 
The ao-called 'tramway traina' between Geneva, Nyon, and Lauaanne etoji 
at a great many wayside stationB. — Eailway-tieketa may be used for Ihe 

Geneva, see p. 255. The train mna high above the lake, over- 
looking the hills on the E. banli with their numerous villas, above 
which rises in clear weather Mont Blanc. 2'/i M. Chambigy (station 
8 M. Coppet (p. 270). — At (lO'/s, M.) CHigny the Dole (p. 270) 
becomes visible to the left. — 13'/» M. Nyon (p. 370), jnnation 
for Grassier and Divonne (p. 270), — li'/t M. Primgitu (p. 870). 
ife craas tbe PromenthoDBe (p. 270). 


M0RGE8. IV.BoMiesJ. 369 

16 H. Gland (1371'; banatoiinm du L^man), A t-raniwaT ruus 
hence tU (S'/i ^-) ^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^S^ village of Begnins (ITT5'; 
Pena. Ghfttean da Martheray, TO beds], a frequented snmmer- resort, 

A tiwd {motor-cu to 8t. QeoigeB via Mardtitay In i hr.) legdg N. 
rioi* B^nisB vi& Burligny uiil Longtrod to (BViM.) St. Qeorgei (S06g'{ 
inn) mif thence (ehutmiiig vioira) over the [I'/i £r.) CoZ du ifareAatma 
Ittir; good botEl) to (S hrs.) i,e BratMi [p. ill). 

19H.G=i%-Bur«t»«i. — 21 M.Bolle (rati. rest. ; p. 271). On the 
hill to the left is the Signal de Bougy (p. 271). — 22'/. M. Ftrroy. 

34 M. AUt^an (1329'), with an old castle. Tramway via 
(!•?, M.) Aubonne (1647'; H6t. de la Couronne), an sncient little 
LLIl town, and (3 M.) Montherod (195B') to (6 M.) Gimel (p, 271). 

The train croases tiic Aubonne and retnms to the lake, 27 H. 
.^(.iVea:; the village lies below, to the right (p. 271). From {30M.) 
Morges (p. 271 ; bnffet ; staiiou 8 min. from the pier) Mont Btanc 
is seen in all its majesty in clear weather, but it soon disappears. 
In the distance, to theN.W., is tbechateauof VueHens(p.2Tl). The 
line leaves the lake, crosses the Venoge, and jaina the Nenchatel 
railway (p. 243). - 85 M. Re?ien8 (Grand-HOtel, 70 beds; H5t. 
de la Gare; dn Mont-Blanc). 

37'/j M. Iiaasanne (1476' ; rail, restaurant), see p, 375. 

The train crosses the Paadiie by an iron bridge (above, on thu 
left, is the stone viaduct of the Frlbourg railway, p. 252), threads a 
short tannel, and stirta tte vine-clad slopes of Lavaiut (p. 271), — 
39'/,M.i^(w- — Beyond (40ViM.) Lutry is another short tnnnel. 
— 41 M, ViUeUe; 42'/, M, CvUy; 43'/, M. Epeaaet; 46 M. Riva^; 
47 M. St. St^horin. The train now qniU the lais. 

49 M. VoToy (buffet; p. 279). — 50 H. La Tour-de-PeiU 
(11.280); 51 M. Burier. Beyond a tnnnel is (51'/, M.) Clarens 
(p. 282). Fine view of Montreni, Chilian, and the Dent da Midi. 

52'/, M. UoDtrenx (p. 881), — 53'/, M. Territet (p. 283). — 
64 M. Ve!/taua>Chilion (p. 284). Continuation of the railway to 
(5G'/i ^■) ViUeneave, and thence to Martigny, aee p. 286. 

b. By Steamer along ^e North Bonk. 

TLoBOB and Erlan, on the S. bank. To Nyon in l-l'/i tr. (S (r., 1 £r. 
BOc; return-tickets S ft. », !fr. eoc); to Oaehy [tor LanBanne) to i'L- 
VU bn. (1 fr. IX, S h. at c; retnm 13 (r. IB. Uti.BBt.); to Kontreux 
in i-l"/, hre. (10 fi. 76, 5 ft. JO c; relnrn IB ft. 78, flfr. S6c.): to Vittt- 
neuve in 4'/,^ hrs. [Il h. 85, 6 ft. 70 eX Circular trip » fr. 10, 11 fr. 

alio' for the railway and 'vice vent, 1st claas on the steamer coireepond- 
isg to !nd class oa the rulwav. Eilometre tickets with SOO aonpons are 
sold tot IS fr. — Restaurants on the steamers. 

Geneva, see p. 255. The banks of the lake are clothed with 
rich vegetation and studded with charming villas. On the left we 
aee the Ariana and the Chateaa Kotbachild at Pre(SO^ ^s.1.«]i'S^. "Co* 

270 /l'.B.«.-»qi,l>.Iss. MTON. Lake of 

■leanier itopi at (S^/t M.) BelUcue, far GenOad, Ijiog to the riglit 
w the hillside, ud tX (5V, M.) Fenotz. 

B*/, K. Coppet(U6t.-I'enB. daLsc; Cife-ReBUurant duPort), 
H little town Tith ■ largt chateau, occupied from 1781 to 1804 bj 
Nccker, • GeDBTeBe who became finance minister to Lonis Xvl. 
His daughter, the celebrated Mme. dc Stael (d. 1817), also resided 
here tor some years. The chtteau passed b; ioheritaiice to its 
[iresent owner the Comte d'Haussonvillc. — An onnibni rvoa hence 
in 4U min. to Divoane-le»-Bai«t (1542' ; Grand-HOtcl, 450 beds), 
it fashionable French wntering-place, reached also bv railway from 
Nyon or by motor from Geneva (see p. 868). 

11 M. OiUgny (Hfit.-Pens. des Ei>ea-d'Or) lies prettily on a 
hill a little inland. Farther oa is the haodMiiae chAteaa of O'ans. 

13'/, M. ZTyon (pop. 5291 ; Hfit.-Pens. des Alpea, 50 beds, 
v. from 10 fr., (la Jura, 20 beiin, pUin, both at the station), a little 
town with various industricB, was the N<Modunwa of the BomaDs. 
It climbs picturcsqnelj up a hill rrowned by a 16th I'unt. castle, 
with fire towers containing the mnnicipal collection of antiqnitieB 
(freconSdn. ftThnrs., 1-3 or 4; at other times 50 c.). The terrace 
(Boman relics) and the fine Promenade des Marronniers affbrd a 
beantifnl view of the lake and the Alps, with Mont Blanc. 

A nurow.gaQKe raUwir (IS M. la 1 hr. ; S fr. 20, S fi. M o.l leads IniiD 
N'yon vii Tnitcx !i«78'), Givrhiii (i860'), nad ArHer (i%tV) tu St. Oerguo 
ma-; •Qr.-HSt. de rObHemluirG, with i aplendid view, IM beils frum ti, 
B. i. L or D. 8. P./rom IS fr, ; Hiil.-PonB, Aal»rHon, 140 beds from 3, D. 4'/* 
P. from lDfr.iH6(,-PeDS.Capt,90bedHJ,rreaneuteilu i aniniaeT-ieaoTt and 
for it« «iiitet-»port». Thence we ms.y iBoond, diveiBinB to ihe left W min. 
from tha village, to the (•/, hi.) duOet de Vuarne (4340') and via the Col df la 
I-orte (618T) to the (I'/i hr.) top of the 'DUe (esoftl. The view (beat in the 
afteiDOOD) la plctuiSBque and eitenaive, and MonI Blanc ia tfee in all ita 
inajealy. — From Ml._Cet^ue the railway gc 

a vii the «Col de la 

fc:: :::;:.;..;; .■„i:-.;^^'i:::::::: 

Hupcrb view, wo follow the Uorei road to t,tM.) La Vaieri-odc and tlicn 
Ihi; traeks on the right to Uio top of the Dole in H/jbr. 

Thi: lixprcBS-st earners that call at Thonon and Eviun now cross 
the take to the Savoy hank (p. 272). 

On the Swiss bank, among trees, is the large 18tb cent, chiteau 
of Prangins, occupied after 1815 by Joseph Bonaparte and now 
the property of fiomit Ponrtal^a. By the lake lies the village of 
Protn&Uhoiio:, near the mouth of the Promentkovse. Farther on 
iti La Bergerie, the property of Prince Napoleon, and the Villa 
Prangina, in 1919-21 the retreat of the ex -Emperor Karl of Austria. 
The JnraHts. recede; thcconspicnonspeaksare tbeD&Uand(lo the 
Tight ot it) the Noirmont (5150'). The lake forms a semicirenlor 
1^, the banks of which, called Im OWe, yield excellent wine. 

lailTS') to the Frenth frontier village of La Cure 
The best roDle from Oeneva to the DSle 
ffauoUlo (4!*i'; Coutomio, 40 beds; ... 

:i> («Vi M. in 40 min.) Bex tiles'; HSt. da Commerce), a amafl 

aenaa. ROLLE. IIavi,pp.»«9,t4».-IV.B.e7. 271 

21 M. KoUe (Het de la Teta-Noire; H8t. dn Casino, on the 
lake), with 2079 inhab., has a 14tli cent, caatle with four towers, 
now occupied by the district ofBces and town library. 

Pbom Kollb to GiiiKi,, 6Vi M., trnn«»y in 10 min. (1 tr. 30 e. ; tn 
the Signil de Bongr in 34 min., B5 c, letan 1 fi. SO c). Th8 liim 
■luta from the harbour (BoOe-Part), naisee ander the Federal Railway 

■Utiona of Mont-Eglie'e ud Bugnaux. From the elation of '(4 M.) Sifrnol 
de Bougy (MSB') s rosd laJda fi, to the {iO rain,) H«*d du Signal de Bongy 
(Mas'; 4S teds from SVi, D. 4, P. from JO fr.). The view from the belTe- 
dsre, aa well ts that fiora the 'Signal ds Bougy prDper, which may 
Ire reached in 6 mic, commsnda the like, the Sivoy Mia., and Mont Blanc. 
We may descend in 86 min. lo Moniherod (p. KS). — The tramway goes 
on Tii (5 M,) Basertinea to (6V< M,J Olmel liS»W\ (}r.-H6t. des Baine, 
140 beda; Union], a BUraraor-resoit of Ibe GeneTBae, 

On a promontory lies (28 M.) Si. Prex (Hat. du Mont-Blanc), 
with remains of old fortificatioas. 

30'/, M. Morges (HGt. du Mont-Blunc, 50 beds from 3'/ti 
L. 4, D. 5, P. from 11 (r., good; Couronne; du Port), a town of 
4672 inhab., at the mouth of the Marges brook. The 13-14th cent, 
caalle, in a park, is used as an arsenal. The H6Sel de Ville, with 
un old tower, is 171h century, T)ie casino on the quay commands 
a beautiful view of the Savoy Mts. across the lake. Mont Slanc ia 
seen in its full splendour through a valley on the S. bank and in 
calm weather is mirrored in. the lake. 

Frdu UoRsia TO Bitsi, ll^/t M,, railwiy in i hi. (4 fc. 25, i !r. 
80 c), — i M, Vvmen»-U-CMieatt. The castle, in the lower part of the 
village with five towsra, one of which ia 164' hi^, is said to date in 
parts /rom the 10th ceotncy. — Wo neil paai (B M.) flusay, (tVi M.) Yen» 
(beyond which, to the left, ia the modern cha,teau of Chardimtiey), (7 H,) 
Ap^et (branch-line taUItU in theVenoje valley), iaHVUU.) BaUem. 
— H'lt M, BiAra {tiit.'; pop, ISOO; H3I. Oaillanme Tell), witli a large 
artillery training-camp, 

33'/, M.^f.Sufpice, with a Romanesque church (11th cent,), 

37V4 M. OqdIi^' (1245'; hotels, see p. 375) ia the port of Lau- 
sanne, with which it is connected by acable railway (p. 276; 3 min. 
from the pier; porter 60-75 c.) and tramway. 

Theslopesrisibg to theE. ofLansanne are named Z,a«at«E, and 
yield good wine p^aaley the best). Beyond (38'/, M,) PiMy opens 
the valley of the Paiuliie, with the two railway viaducts mentioned 
at pp. 232, 269. 39»/, M. Lutry (H6t. de U Ville). The amphi- 
theatre of mountains becomes grander as the steamboat proceeds; 
the Rocbers des Terrani, Dent de Jtunan, Rochers de Naye, Tour 
d'Al and Tour de Hayen, Grand Huveran, Dent de Morcles, and 
Dent du Midi ; between the last two, to the S,E., the Catogne, and 
in the background the snowy pyramid of the Grand Combin, — At 
(43 M.) OuUy (HOt, de la TiUe), chief rillage of the Lavaux district, 
is a monament to Major Darel (p, 27S), who was bom there. The 
MotU de Gourze (3051'), crowned witharnined tower (wide ^■M.a- 
rama), ia ascended hence in lV,lir- — 45»|,M,. Rwa»-Sl-Sa"eltfM.-n.. 

BiHixiBB'a SwiteerJand. jeth Edition. VI 


272 iy-B.ei.- ilap.p. U9. TBOmaS. LaJcnof 

48'/, M. Vevey, with three piere (see p. 279). 

PasBJug La Tour-dc-Peilz, the steamer cills at (62 M.) Clarent 
(p. 282), (53 M.) Montrenx (p. 281), and (54 M.) Terriiet (p. 28^, 
and theu, beyond the caatle of ChillOD, at (56 M.) ViUienetax (p. 286). 

The terminua is (SO'/i M.) Le Bouverel, to the W. of the month 
of the Rhone (see p. 274). 

o. By Stoatner along the South Bank. 

5 hri, (fare 12 fr. 30 0. or B (r. 10 c. ; rclurn'-tickela gl U. 25, 10 ft. 65 e.). 

tiaketR are not available for the railway. — Ran.wii (P.L.M. ; (ram the 
Eaui-Viyea statioa) to (41 U.) Le Bnuveret in Sllfi'lt hn. Ifires 11 fr. Sb, 
Oft. tie.., 6 It., Fcencb monS]). Slationa: Si/, k. vlnncnuusc (p. 301); 
TV, M. St. CerifMs; 10 M. MachUls; ir/, M.. BotiiSt-Didier (aacent of 
the VoiroDH, aee f.iiS8); lnU. Perrignier; IS U. AUingea-Mi'tingtt (see 
bdoT); i2ij,M. 1'Aonim-la-Baingl»ceie\ow);16y,K.AmpMon-lei-Bai>a 
In «7a\-i>aM. *!ii9ii«J«. Ruing rn. «.11 - Mil. M. Rnjiu liO^tijnn - Hill. M. 

•n-Ue-Baina (p. 173); 2S</,M. Aiiiu <i' 
Ztiffrfn-Tbm-rondelp. j;4); BftMTlfr'"--'-'- "-'■- °'"' ' 
(p. S7i); 42 M. te Awiwei <p. tH). 

I.MeaieTie(i.Sli); 38 V, U. St.Gingolph 

On leaving the qnaj the steamer affords a fine aarvey of Geneva 
with its villas. It touches at Cologny, La BetoUe-Viienass, Bel- 
lerive (Park Hotel, with restaurant and tea-room, 15 beds, P. from 
18 fr; comp. |i, 256), station for CoUonge. Then Oortier and 
AnUres. At (8"/. M.) Hermance (Pens, Gillet), with a 12tli ct-ut. 
lower, the brook of that name forms the bonodarj between the 
llanton of Geneva and Savoy (France). 

Then Ttnyues, with the chStcau of Beauregard, and Nernier. 
Beyond (IS'/j M.) Yvoire, with its old castle, the lake suddenly 
expands to its greatest width, stations: Sraez and AnthySichex. 
Lea AUinga (2336') appears on tlie hill, with its mined castles 
(lOtb cent.) and i(s pilgrimage-chapel, 

25"/, M. ThDnon-les-Batna. — Hotbls. *ar.-U6t. <?« rare, 

200 beda fTom D, B. S, L. or D. 12 fr., *0r.-li6t. del Saina, 46 beds 
from 10, B. 9, L. or U. 8. P, from 20 fr., both finely aituated above the 
lake (cloaed in winter); de Thomm t Terminut, B. 2, L. or D. S fr., 
d« France, R. from 6, B. ]i/„ L. or D. B fr., both at the aUtion ; de Farlg, 
H, from 8, B. 10/ i„ or 0. 7 fr. ; de I'EHTOve, Place du Chatoan, 46 bfde 
from B, B. !=/„ I., or D, S fr. 

3fto«oij-ie«-Baira«{1400'; pop. 7000), risingpictnresqnely from 
the lake, the capital of the ancient province of Chablait, possesses 
handsome new bnildings and a lofty terrace in the npper town, the 
site of a castle of the Dnkes of Savoy which was destroyed by the 
Bernese in 1589. (Cable tramway from iiii^es, the lower town.) The 
EtabUssemerU Thermal, with chalybeate springs and a large park, 
and the Caeiiio lie to the S.W. of the town. 

Fbou Thobdh to Tahiboes, W), M. The road (m alar-Fare, aea p. 174) 
aacenda the pieMy V* of thii Dn.irOH lo (1 M.) Font de Bioge (1770'), 
-'■■- '■- -'"- "— ----- '-••— "left bank of the Braiiceifa 


Otnaia. MORZINE. Majit,p.ie7,tOS.-~IV.B.f!. 973 

ol La Baame cmaei bv the (11 M.) PorU de Qyt to the right biok, along 
which it Toni to Lc Biol and {Wl, M.) St. Jeannl'Aulph (UW; Lion 
d'Or), wilh Iha ruim of » Cistercim monBslery founded in lOSJ. At (18V. M.) 
FbtU del Flagriettei {iaa), neu the Tillaga ol MrrMrioiid (see below), the 
road retoma to the left bank snd aacenda in windings (to the left a 
branch-road to Uoninc, aee below) to the |£3i/|U.l hialel of La OtU, 
near the Ool dea Q«tB l,3Si6'). We then deicend through the ravines 
of the Arpeitas and FoTim to (SO'fi M.J Taningat (p. 305|. 

the fork bejond the bridge of Monlriond (see ahovel, we diverge to the left 
to |i1 M.J Honliie ISlOb'i Eat. de U PoKte; dea Atp^a), a pretlil}' situated 
Tillage and Bummer-iesoit. From Uorzine a bridle-path aacendi througb 
wood and over meadowa to the (S'/i hra.) Ool de Jouplane (56S5': view^ 
whence we dencend, high above the wooded valley of the Valentine and 
pasaing several cbalela, to (S bra.) Samotnt (p. Mb). 

A road leada from Monine up the Druce valley to (l'/| M.) la 
MomlteUe (dStOl, at its head, whence bridle-pnUiB leaJ S. over the tM de 
la Qoliie (648B') to (V/, hra.) SnmoBn*, ind E. ovef the CW de Cbuz 
('1310') to IE brs.) Champiry (p. %»t). A Bomewhat longer, but very at- 
tractive route to Champ&r aacendi to the left near the Montiiond bri^ 
(1 hr. from St. Jean-d'Anlph, aee ftbove) to the (i hr.) beautiful blue Lot 

d {iiW; Bat. dn Lac), whence we proceed past the (2 hra.) 

of Lyndara to the (IVi hr.) Ptui de Ch6aer7 (6B76'|, hetweon 
ine rutnU de CMsery (73SD') and the Fointe de Xoiaettaz iUWT; each 
^[^ended from the col in 1 hr.). From the col we descend either to the 
left (K.F.O through the wooded valley of th« ViittdetaTine to (I*/, hr.) 
MoTgiiis (p. asi], or to the right (S.E.) vit the Lac Vert and the Porte da 
Ixtc Vert to Oroaey and [!Vi hra.) Oiampiry (p. Sjaj. 

To HoRQiHs, se'l, M. The road divei^s to the left from that to 
St, Jean-d'Aulph at (7 U.) Pont de Bioge (p. !7a) and aaeends on the 
right bank of the Draiiec d'AbOTidajice through a romantic go^e. To the 
left, above, lica (11 M.) Vachereite. Farther on we repeatedly cross the 
Drance. 17>/,M. Abondanoo (9050'; H6t. dee Alpee), a snmmer-resort 
with an old church. The Points de Grange I1S98'; view) is ascended 
hence in b brs. (guide). The valley now expands. From (!1 M.) La Clia- 
peUe-d'Abondtaiee (MiO'; inn) the Oarnettti de Mie (SOOOO are scaled in 
5 hra. Over the Ool de Vemas to Voavry (7 hra.J, see p. £89. The road (hen 
winds up through wood, pasaing (!SVi M.) CMtel (3800') H6t. Balleme) 
iind(!lV(U.) Vonne, te the l\u de Morgini iibll'-, Swiss frontier), whence it 
descends past the little iocde Xorgina (i&V) to («6Vi M.) Morgim (p. Ml). 

The atea.aier paasea the castle oSSipaUle, to the N. of ThODOn, 
where Doka Victor Amadens VIU. of 8*voy lived as a hermit 
before lie became Pope PeliiV. (1439-49). The promontory ronnd 
which we now steer has been formed by the deposits of the Drance. 
In the bay to the E, lie the baths of Amphxon, with a chalybeate 
spring, in a chestnut-grove (omnibna from Evian). 

sou B. (ISO witL 

!00 beds from 10 _ _ 

Bitz-Carlton Co. and finely situated above the town; 'iSrami-fiuuua 

on the lake, 100 beds from iO, B. i, U 14, V. 18, P. from 

*L-ETmitage (dietetic), high up, BO beds from 16, B. S, L. 10, D. 12 fr.i 

dii OMteiet, 100 beds from 16, B. fii/^ L. 8, D. 10 fr. - H6t. Beaa - Site 4 

du Lac, 60 beds from 8, P. from SO fr. ; de PaHe <t BtavrRivage, 160 beds 

from 6, B. i, L. or B. efr.: Modene, ISO beds; Continental S de la Paia^ 

50 beds; du iford, open all the year, 110 beds (torn 5, B.VH»,V.m^.t.^j-. 

Motor Cars of the P.L.M. piy in aommet i\i TtaBQiv V^.l'^l^, ,'™ 
Col des Gets (ji. SJ.t), TaninBCH (p. S06), SaUanE\ic» (,v-W«.1, ■i■n^ '^■^- 'A'" 


•4 IV.R.SJ.-«iv,P»et. EVUN. 

IB (p. 30S| loOhamoaix (p. SIS|, ll'/t V. in 41/, or S</, hri. (rirea GO, 4S fr.; 
B-d»y retotn 7B fr.l. 

! Slid September. — Oou Ooubsb (» holei) 
ea Sports, % H . to the S.W. of tile town. 

£viaR-{e8-£ain«, a BmtU town (3200 iuhab,), pictnreaqaely 
situated, is freqnented mainly by French yisitors of tbe higher 
clasB. Along the lake rane the well-shaded Quai Baron-de-Blonay, 
with the Thermal Ealablithmtnt {'Saiirce Cachat', containing bi- 
carbonate of Boda) and the Casino- Theatre. At the W. end Ib a 
statoe of Oen. Dapas (1761-1823), a native of Evian, by No«l 
(1900); at the E. end, near the harboar, is the pretty Jardin Ail- 
glait, with a nionnment to the Roumanian prince Brancovan, 

Rsilviy to Le Bouserel and Oeneoa, see p. a73. Two slitioDs: Evian- 
la-Baira mi Baint d' Eeian. '/• U. to the K ~ The Dsnt d'Ocbe |730(0 
iB often Bscended fiom Eviu. Roid to (e?U M.) Beriiex (SSiOO, whence a 
hridts-pitb »8Cond« to the {3 hra.) Chaieli iPOche, on the B. side of ths 
monutsin. From the chilete a iteep footpath leada to the (1 far.) Rofnge 
of the F.A.C. (7034') and the {to min.) sammit. Fine view. 

On (he lake, near (36 M.) Lugrin-Tourronde, is the old castle of 
Blonay. Opposite lies Lansanne (p. 275), pictnresqaely aitnated 
on the hillside. The hills of the S. bank, which the boat now skirts, 
become steeper and higher. In a romantic sitnatian close to the like 
is (381/, M.) Meitlerie (H5t.-Rest. Damont; de la Coaronnc), with 
eitensiTC ijoarries, where the railway is carried through a Innnel. 
Beantifnl view near Les Vallettea. 

43 M. St. aingolpli (Hat. Snisse, 4B beds, du Lac, 35 beds, 
both good; de France, 61) beds; Pens, des Tilleuls; Les Serves, 
with mineral springs, 20 beds; Villa Eugenie, I'/t M- to the E.), 
situated on a promontory opposite Yevey (p. 379), belongs half to 
Savoy and half to Valais, the boundary being the Morge, which 
flows through a deep ravine. 

Inteieating walk on the left hank of the Uoi^ to (IVihr.) Novd (SiOC; 
H6t. du Qrammont), whence we mar aacend the Blano&ard (4640'; with 
guide, t bra. : *7lew), and deeoeud on the W. aide Tid La Jovx to ^feiUerie, 
or return from NoTel by the right bank of the Morge moatly through 
' ' '- "t. Gingolph. — Aaceol of the Dent d'Oohs (see ibove; 6'/. hra., 

... - . „ a. - To theE - _ 

lesda round tha W. and S. sldee of the Orammont, and put (he laKes d( 
Lovenex and Tanay, in T/, hra. to Vomrry (p. S89). 

45'/) M, Le Bouveret (Rail. Restaurant; Hygiene Palace du 
Booveret, P. from 14 fr.; Aiglon, 100 beds; de la Tour; Tcrminns; 
Bellevne; de la For§t, 7 min. W._, 75 beds from 4Vt, B. l»/„ 
L. 4'/,, D. 5'/ii P. from 11 fr.), terminus of both steamer lines, tics 
at the S.E. end of the Lake of Geneva, 'U M. to the S.W. of the 
a/oath ot tbe Shtme, which has couietted Ibe adjoining land into 
4 marab. Its strong current, 'la Batin.\lfe'ttf,m»'j\)e\.t«.w:4\.'>Tni<ne 
than a mile in (he lake. Railw&y Vo SI. UwiTVte, %<*■?. ^*>^- 


dD, Google 

276 ^y- ««* ««■ LAUSANNE. Fraetical Wo(«. 

lO-l) l-t pen. far SW m. 76 o., every 100 m. mora 
10 s. — Ordinary Cabt (Voitaree publiqnes) l-i peTi. for ■/, br. IV,, fint 
honr 9, every far. more Vlttt. 

TramwayB (fares SD.«Oc.). 1. OueAj; (PI. B, 7; p. «1|, Garo Centrsle 
(PI. B, 0. 4), St. Francoia (PI. 0, 1), Pontahe (PI. B, 0, 1). — 2. Xontoie 
Ibeyond PI. A. &), Oare Centrals, Si. Francois, Belalieu (PI. B, 1). JB«r- 
ffi^ (bayond PI. A, 1). — 3, Qare Centrale, SI. Ftmcoia, Gire d'Eclal. 
lens (PI. A, S), PriUy (beyond PI. A, S). — 6. Care Centrals, 8t. Fran- 
loia, Place du Tnnnel (PI. C, ( ; cable reilway to the Signal, p. 17B), Ecole 
. lie U^deciae (FI. D, i), La SalUa (beyond PI. E, 1). — 7. Oare Cmtraie 
(PI, B, C, *). St. Franjois, Ecole de Midecine (PI. D, E, S), Chailly, La 
Botias (beyond PL E, S). — 10. St. Franfoi) to Port de FuUi/ (p. 871). — 
11. Bmeni (p. !69; bayond PI. A, i), St. Francois, Polly, Lutry (p. MI; 
beyond PI. E, 5). - 12, Place du Tmiiui, Brand-Mont, Mmtierond 
[beyond PLC, 1; »0 c). 

Oabls BaiiwaTa (fanicnUlres). Betveen OucHj/ and Lsnuanne 
ever; '/, hr, (faroa 60, SO o.), atirtiog from the hsrbonr at Ooohy (PI. B, 7), 
Btopping at Jorditi (PI. B, 8), Wonl-Biond (PL B, 5), and Sainte-Laec 
(PI. B, 4), and endii^ at the Oare da FtoH (PI. C, t), beneatb the Orand 
Pont (lift a c.|. — To tba Si^RoZ de Laalaane (p. n»), starting from the 
Bne du Vallon, 5 min, tram the Place de la Bsne (PL D, 2; tram Hn. 8], 
every iO min. (fares 60, 40 c, there and back 80, 50 o.). 

AmuaemontB. Theatre (PL D, 4), Av. du Thfitre, playa in winter, 
opeiia and operettas in sprinRi EuTtiuli-VarUUt (PI. B, 3), Place Bel- 
iar; ThMtre Lumen (crnema), by the Grand Pont (PL C, S). AU of 
these have cif^e-resUn rants. — Band on 8nn, at 10.30 a.m. and or Wed. 
;PL 0, 4). - Trips on 

. , , , . ing-boat 1 fr. per hour, 

nun iHjBunau i ii.; suliog-boat with boitmin 3 fr.; motor-best 8 fr, — 
Lake Baths 10 min. N,W. ot Onchy (beyond Pi, A, 6), 60 o, inel, towel. 
Post & Telegraph Offloe (PL C, 4), Place St. Fcaacois. 
Booksellers. E. Frankfurter, " - ' "-- ' "" -' '"' " - 
HaetOKl-Dufeij, Ene Centrale S; P 

jnglish library). Sue de Bcnrg 8; F. „ 

Enqulrr Office, Oaleriea da Commeri 

1 ™.. _..... ..._..._ ^M... i'^jj^ „« roiinsme, i-iace Bi. 

dn Qrand-ChSne. — Tourlat 
, Fran;Dis 16 (excursions by 

Engiiah CSuroh (CHrial ChurOi), Avenue d'Onchy (PL C, 6). — 
rreabjttSriau CKurch, Avenne de Rumine (PI. D, E, 4). — Wttleyan 
Churnh, Kue du Valentin, Place de la Riponne (PL C, S, 3|, 

BritiBh Oonaul, Alfred J. L. aatlaad, c/o Messn, QalXand t Co. 
(EngUah- American bsnk, tourist office, and honae agency), Place St. Fran- 
cois 3 (PL 0, 4), — American Vice-Conanl, Fletcher Dexter. Eue dn 
Orand-Cbfine 1! (PI, 0, 4), — AsaLO-Aionio*s (Jlub, adjoining the English 

Golf OouTBO (9 holes], at En Matin (p. 879; also trams Nos. 13, 14, 
and 16); per day 5, week 30, month 50, aeaaon (Apr.-Nov.) 130 fr, 

Timea of AdmiaBion. Cathedral (p. 277), weekdays 9-l£ & 1-6, 
in winter 10-1* & 1-4; organ-reoiUl on Mon. and Thnrs., 1 fr. — Mmie 
dea Beaux-Aria (p. !78), daily (except Mon.) 10-12 & l.SO-4 or b ; Natural 
Hittory Kuteam (p. 278], Wed,, Sat., and Sun. iO-lB & 1.80-4 or 5; eihibi. 
tion-room ot tho Library (p. S78), Sun. 10-12 & 1.30-4 or 5. 

Zausamie (pop. 68,533), the capital ot Gaoton Vaud (Waadt), 
seat of the Bapreiae court of ^juBtioc, occu'^iEa ii\ies.u\,\Wi w\.u»\.\im 
oa the S.W. spurs of the Grand 3ota.t, wtot^i ieamii \*i 'Ot.t 


OaaedraL LAUSANNE. 'V. BouUts. 277 

lake in terriiceE. The old quarters with their aarrow streets, viz. 
the Citi, with the cathedral (1735') and the caatte, aad the Btnirg, 
with the Hatel de Ville and the church of St. Frantois (1584'), were 
formerly divided by the valley of the Mon torrent, but tbia has been 
partly fiOed up and built over. A circnlar road marks the liraiU o( 
the old town, croBsing the valley to the S.W. of the Bourg by the 
Griind Pont, a viaduct, 197 yds. long, built by Pichard in 1839-44. 
A second viaduct, the PorU Chattderoa-Montbenon (PI. A, B, 3; 
p. 279), 224 yds. long, built in 1903-5, unites the W. quarters of 
the town. The College, founded in 1537 by the BerneBe, was raised 
to the dignity of a Univervly in 1891 (1100 students); it inclades 
a technical academy, Lausanne is a great educational centre, with 
excellent communal and private schools. 

The pLiCR St. Fhamcois (PI. C, 4), in which rise the church 
of St. Fran^oU (1442), the handsome ^it Office, and the Ganlonal 
Bank, is the chief busineBS, tourist, aod tramway centre. In the 
Rue Benjamin Constant (former Promenade Derriire-Bourg), leading 
theitce to the £., is a marble monument to the Vandois poet J^iate 
Olivier (d. 1876). From the N.E. comer of the square we may de- 
scend the steep Rue St. Francois and then ascend the Rue da Pont 
to the pictoresque Place db la Palcd (PI. C, 3), or market-place, 
with the Hdta de ViUe (1458, rebuilt 16T4) and a fottntain of 
1585. Thence we ma; ascend the covered Marka Sl^* (169 in 
' all) to the cathedral, a preferable route to which from the Place 
St. Francois leads by the busy Rue de Bourg, the Rue St. Pierre, 
and the Pont Beetiirea (PI. D, 3), the third of the great bridges of 
Lausanne. The Terrace in front of the cathedral commands a view 
of the town, the lake, and the Alps. 

The ^Cathedral of Notre-Dame (PI. C, D, 3; Protestant), 
begun in the llthcent., dedicated by Pope Gregory X. in 1275 in 
the presence of the Emperor Rudolph of Habsburg, and restored 
from Viollet-le- Doc's plans since 1873, is an imposing building 
on masBive early-Oothic lines, though the general design with the 
five lowers is reminiscent of Romanesqae art. The ceutral tower 
over the crossing, with its graceful coloonade, is 47' high. Only 
one of the W. towers was ever completed; the main portal below 
is 16th cent., but the' statuary is modem. 

The •Ihtbhior leotrance by the main portal; adm., soep. 876; verger 

The vaii'llinE of the nave, 6*' high, is suppcirteil by dnaterod colnmnH of 
different desieos. Above ttae giacefDl triforinm ia auotber arcade, nhicb 
serves as n frunework tot the windowa. The choir, SS' high, teiminaleB in 

thoVatsVTtbe oh^peVof ° '"^"" "" 

reJie/a, nod cirveil chpir-etaiJi 

-Vnsrf ihoae (ivtbe choir (0 the left) ol Count Ottio of 

"ApoBtte ^OQT, ■niX'B. «• 

Jadidxi duel (haods on the coa^iian, 

278 i^- «D«<»M, LAUBANSB. Paiaititm 

• ititne iccidentBlly deprived of its budt) ViiHeiu\t)^8irat(ori-CMaang 
(d. [SI8), fiiat vi^ of Lord gtr&tford de Redcliffe, then miniiter to Bwitier- 
land |b; Bartolioi). The Erest *RpBe Wbdov in the S. truisDiit contiini 

look place Id thie church, lu which Oaluin, FarA, and V\t» particlpMed, 
tod which teeulted in the ■epuatioD of Vsud from the Bomish Chnnih ud 
the removal of the epiacapal see to Fribourg (p. ««). 

At tbe N. endD[tbeCit6i9theCaeUe(PI.D,2), origi Dally the 
bishop'B palace, built in 139T-U31, froia 1536 to 1T98 the resi- 
dence of the fiemese goremors, and now occupied b; the cautoosl 
gDvernmeat B; the S. wall is a statue, b; Kejuiond de liroulelles 
<1898), ot Major Davel, who was executed in 1723 for attempting 
to free tbe Yaudoie from the Beme»e joke. 

Below the CitA to the W., in the Pi-icE as t* Ripokhk (P1.C,3), 
ia tbe PolalB de Bnmiue, buiU for tbe most part in 1898-1904 
to house the Univertity. Handsome staircase. Below the inclined 
approach on the lelt are a rock-drill and an iron shield used in 
boring the Slmplon Tannel. On the left is the cantonal Muafy del 
BeaiL:0'Arts , chiefly devoted to paintings by Vaudois and other 
French Swiss artists of the 19tli century (see below). On the right 
is the Cantonal aitd Univergi^UitTary, with 320,000 Tols. and 
valuable MSS. The Salural HUtory and HUtorical OoUectione 
are on the upper floors. Adm., see p. 276. 

MuBd» das Beanx-ArtB. Boon I (Salle Arland). Old Muters. ia- 
cluding poTtraiU of the French School ot the 11-lSthcent. (LaTgUliire . 
and Rigaud). ~- Room II (Satle Uoderne). Landecapea bv FY. Boclon 
(lSi8-flO) and F. Hodler 1pp. 1S8, 15»); animal pieoea by Bag. Bumand 
(1860.1flil) and R. EoOer; portraits by Cft. Girtm and 0i. VuiUer-met; 
hialorical and genre paintioBa by AH. Anker and Baud-Bovy. — Eoou III. 
Works hy the hiatorical painter Ch. Gteffre (1806-71); landacapee by 
fV. IHday, Ai. Odame, Alfred Omvannei, and airardtt; genre paintinge 
hy B. VautieT. — Room iV. Sculptnree; also drawinga and watet-colonre 
ity Oleyre, landacapea hy P. Ductoi (It46-lS10|, and a laige painting by 
Bug. Bumand (Plfght of Obarlsa the Bold after the battle oi Moral).— 
RooH V. Landeeapee by En. David |lS«*-eiJ. 

The moat iatereatine of the other eollectiona are the FrehMoric and 
ArelueoIogiaU Xuieum (finde from lake-dwellinga at MoTRee); the Hittor- 
ical Suieian (2nd floor), with Roman, Bnreondfan, and later &ntiqnittea: 
md the Oeotogienl and FalKontologieal ifeweum, with relief-modela of 
the Matterhorn, Simplon, etc. 

To the 8. of the Palais de Rumine ia the small Place de la 
Madeleine, with a statue of Preaident Buehonnet (d. 1893), by E. 
Lanz. — Several of tbe University Institutes are housed in separate 
buildings, e.g. the Eeole de Cbxmie (PI. D, 2), the Ingftfut Agrtcole, 
and the Ecole de Sfedeeine (P1.D,E,3). 

In the Pbomenade de Montbekon (1627'; P1.B,3,4), which 
commands a charming view, is the Tribunal F^d^ral, a pleasing 
building in the French Renaissance style (1886), which is now being 
replaced by a new building in Ihe pa.rk ot Mou Kejos (PI. F,4). On 
lie steps in front is a statue ot 'WiUvamTeW,^^ k.1ft.CTc\fe,™ii.'Ciift 
staircaae inaide is adorned with Ereaooea ^j-j ?-■Woet^.. K^-'Oti^^. 


Signal. LAITSANNE. t^- Bouie es. 279 

end of tbe promenade is a. marble statae of the tbeologlan Alexandre 
Vinet (d. 1847), by Reymond de Broutellei. The W. end ia con- 
nacted hy a viaduct (p. 277) with the Plioe de CHiCTisBOK{Pl. B, 3). 
The Agile des Aveugles (PI. A, S; 1663'), fotmded in 1843, lies a 
short distance to the W. ~ To the E. of the CitS is the CaiUontd 
Hospital (Fl. D, 2). 

The ■Signal de Laaaanne (2122'; P1.D,1), reached by a 
cable railway (p. 276), commands a famous view of a large part of 
the Lake of Geneva and of the Diablerets, Grand Mnreran, etc. 
(view-indicator on the terrace; hotels, pensions, and reatanrant, see 
p. 275). On the ridge behind the Signal extends the ForU de Sau- 
vabelin, with a lake used for skating in winter. 

An eleolric railwiv tuub from LiaaSDne IPlsce dn Tnnael; FI.O, i) 
to Mondfin fp' 347; ICM- in IVilir-, B fr- 80 a.), pauing Spalingee, (dM.) 
En. Marin (golf coarse, tea p. tK\ where i. branch dlyerBea for Sitrfonu, 
(5 M.) Le C'haitt-a-Oobct, (8 H.) Ste. CatAerine (skatiag-lake), and (l»l, M.) 
jTf&jfires, where peaaint-plsya are performed in mmmer, 

FrouLausaiike TO BincEER, J4V.U., laiiow-sauee r&ilwav iu 1V> br. 
[SM.I JnuxtSTU <s a large lunatio asylum. 8a{,M. EcluMena (1064'; 

1 lunatifl asylum. 8>;, U. EchaUens (1064 
IB Taleni, with an aid castle, now a aDfaoo: 

69. Vevey and Montrenx and their 

Railwat, see p. S«8. Beaidea its own lUlion (Oara, Pl.B.a) VeoC)/ 
x a .econdary >Uti»D i.t La Toni-de-Peili (b«yoDd PI. D, 4). — SrBAiiGns, 
e p. 208. There aie throe pietB at Veeey: Qraud-HStel (Pl.A.S), MatnhS 
1. A, B, 4), and La Toiu [PI. C, i). -A Tramwat akirta the bank of the 
kp from VTOej/(0riDd-Hate1i PI. A,i) lo Jfimft'enir and Viii^neiiM [1 hr.; 
r» every 8-18 min.). 


Hotels. •arand-BSIel -U Veva * Polace [yi.n-. A, a), tn the N.W. 
.. .. „ ...' ■ .... ^ ... T, . ,_ ^H^tgi age Trom-'ciHiroTma 

L.^Vs, I).T, P.lromiefr.; * tldt. d'AngUterre fPl. A ; C, i), Rue d'ltalie, 
laoherla fioni 4% L. 4<l„ D. 6Vj. p. from lS'l,ti.; •Park-Hotd Sfooier 
IPl.e; C,81, atChemenin (IMOl, lOmin. »bovc Vevey, with cronnda and 
viuw, 100 heda from t, B. E, L. «, D. I, F. from 16 fr. ; BSt-Peta. dv 
C'Aiilmu (Pl.g; C41, Roe d^Italie, U beda, with garden on the lake) 

•he; a41, Roe d'ltalie, U beda, with garden on the lake) 
r(Pl.h; 0,8,4), near the EneliBh Church, 80 heda from 4, B. 1^,, 
P. trDDi IS fr., good; SSI.-Fen>. Nuu. near the Orand-Ifotcl, 
■m 4Vi, B. 1V„ £. 5, D. 5Vi. P. from IB fr., good; TroU-P-- 
.), Rlb du Simplon, SO beda fron. 3i/„ B, I'U, L. or D. 4, V. (j 
t.-Pens. i?e fomtlie [a Proloeluit hostel), BO beds; ife to G 
in. i; D, rfj, h~ "'■■ '"^"■" -"»-'-■ ".. T. -.. < . -r. »,i 

OttniBOd, Rue 

I.. 4, D. B, P. tram IS fr.,' .. _ _., _ _ ._ ., 

48 beds from 4Vi, B. 1»;„ £. 5, D. 5Vi. P. from IB fr., good; TroU-Roii 
(Pl.k;B,S), RLBduSimpIon, SObedafron.31/,, B,1Vj, L.O " 
.« I. . II.'.. pg^^ ^j famtlie [a Proloeluit hostel), BO bed 

hy the atation, !8 heda from Si(i, B.l>(t, \i,*, ^.itw 
- itefU. i'.4ra4ie[Pl, q; A,a), q,iiu4'Xii\iifc, W.ViJ»% * 

... J.. ^ ^^ g ,a ^^^g_ p (,^^ ^,^^^^. 

^ ,^, ATL*ToDii-n»-tiiii.i.',S.W»V- P^)" 

erlani). iflth Edition. "^^ 

280 IV. Bputeea. VETBY. 

good; im.-Fau. OmiOe (Pl.m; D,I]^ eo b«d», ■ama priceai BSt.-Peat. 
Miremont, n) beds from i, P. tstno 9 ti. — At OoGactoi; (1407'; p iBl) : 
Itdt.-PaiK. Beaa-Rivett, l6hei»;BBt.- Pent. Bean -Site, N beds.— At 
CauDonia 11946'; p. ^81): Pent. Beltevut, K beds. — On Uoht Viixtaa 
(p. ni] all open in winter also): •Sdt.-Pena. del Alpa |tSE>S'), eO beda 
from 4V„ B. H/., L. 6. D, fl, P. from IS ft. ; *Gr..3St. du Xant-FiUrin, 
130 beda fiom 6, B. i, L. 8, H. 7, P. tiom JO It. 

Beatauranta (bscr|. Camdu Ch&teau, al theESt. dnCUteau; Oafi- 
Re»l. du Dix-AoSt, nan the nitiDa. — CosrsmaorsBi (with niJii). Robert, 
BneduLacdS: Qehring, Rue dnLicST; Bfaruiln-Ca/lticA, Rnc d'llilis M: 
Dordel, noKlhestMlon; /ndiana (tea-rooma), QuaiSina; Jfrg. HncSiwJ 
(English tea-Toema), Grande Bud, La Tour-de-Poilz. 

Baths, Quai de Flan (F1.A,S): hot biths. Qusi Sioa B (Pl-C,4). 

Port & Talegntpb OlHoe (PI. B, i], Place do I'Ancien Port. — 
T:iiqiiiBT OrriDi, Place de la Qire 6 (PI.B.S). 

UotoF Cabfl for hire, with taximeter. — Bo-wins Boats for hire. 

EnsUsh Ohuroh (Aa BainW; PI. G, 4), at the £. end of tbe tovn. — 
Enoijsh PimiouB, Dr. E. P. Hopkica. 

Vevey (12S0'-126B'; pop. 12,768), the Vivitcaa ot the Romans, 
sitnated mainly on the left bank of tbe Veveyse, at its inflai into 
the lake, ia the second town in tlie Canton de Tand, and has factories 
of cigars, infants' food and condensed milk (NestU's), and chocolate 
(Peter's). It is the scene ot Ronsseaa'g (amona romance, tbe 'Non- 
veUe Hfilolse' (1761). Near the pier o( Vevey-March* (PI, A, i) 
are the shady Jardin du Bivage (hand in summer), the Ch&teau 
Cowtreu or ^e VAile, and the Casino du Rivage (concerts). The 
Quota Perdonnet and Sirta, to the E,, with the Vevey-la-Tonr pier 
(PI. C, i; p. 279), are sheltered from the N. wind. 

Ascending the Grande Place (PI. B, 4), with the GrenetU (Corn 
Exchange) and the Theatre to the right, and then the winding Rne 
de Lansanne or the broad Avenae Ceresole, we reach the Railway 
Station, to the E. of which are the .Russian Church (PI. B, 3) and 
the Mu»ie Jeni»ck (paintings, natara] history collection, library, 
etc. ; adm. 9-12 & 1-5 , 50 c). On the lilt above the Russian Church 
is the church of St. Mariin (PI. B, 3), built in 1498. 

wlio died at Veve; In eiile (marble tablet aet up in ie»S). The latter 
lead tbe seuteDce to King Charles I. in 1649. Lndlow's house, which stood 

HStel du Lac. A uiBinorial tablet waa erected in 188J on the Quai Si.ia. 

The terrace on which the church stands commands a beautiful 

view of the head of the lake, with the mouth of the Rhone and the 

Alps of theTalais; to the right, the Dent da Uidi ; to (he left, theDcut 

de Morcles. — The bodies of the 68 British prisoners -of -war who 

died in Switzerland and are now buried in 11 different cemeteries 

are to be interred together in the Cemetery of Vevey (PI. B, C, 3). 

Adjoining Vevey on the S.E. is the little town of La Tour-de- 

FeUg (3480 inhab. ; hotels, see p. 279% The old castle on the lake, 

dating p&rtiy from the 13-1 5th cent., is^rlvu'Le't^o^etV-i. X^'eoe 

market-place is tbe Liberty Fountain, \)S G(iQT'De\.- 


IV. BtiaU «9. 281 
e Gonnected vilh 

adjoining Idup) b cable railway (leaily 1 ». in 14 mio. ; cveiy i/r' 1"- ; <«<< 
1 fr. 10, there and Ijack 1 fr. 65 e.) ascends vii Carteaux (1407'; hotels, sae 
p. !80) and CliordonTieJongny (J945'; pension, see p. sao) to the top of tbe 
*Ui>nt Pdlerin (tenninns S&M'; Osfd-Rost. da PsTillon), vith view ol 
the upper part o( the Like of Oeneva, tha Rhone Valley, the Savoy Mts., 
and Mont Bisnc. The hotels (p. 280) lie sbovo tbe station. Winter-sports. 
PRoaVevBT to CHiirer, eleetrii: railway in semip. (aft. !5, lfr.30; 
retntn^tiokct 3 f 1. 10, Ifr.S&c). The trains elail near the Federal station 
|Pl.B,S)aDd ascend tbe hillside in curves. At |!H.)HauteTillB|I699') is 
an ISth. cent. chStean, with a fine park and views (fee to the aardenerj. ~ 
iVi U. 8t. L^gier (17BB'; Hat.-Pans. du Roc, IS beds from 4, B. 13/,, L. 4, 

Chalet, K beds), i summer- resort and winter-eporl centre, innction 
Ghatel-Sl. Denie (see below). Several houses in Sl.L^gier and the adjoii 
Tillage of (SViM.) La Chiiiax are adorned with humorona paintinot 
A. Bi^guin. ~ Above the railway, on the left, ie tbe old castre of BEo 
(ails'), dating frem the ie<I7lh cent., with a l«wer of 1173, atill in 
posaeasion of the De Blonay family. — S'/a M, BlonEi7 (2M*'; H6t.-P 
de DIonsv. 30 beda from .SI/.. D. 4, P. from 10 fr.: Pena. Mou-Fo 
6 p. 28*;. — Our line ascends the 

toresriue gorge of the Baue de Ctare, 
Mimt-RiaTit eanstorinni. — fiV, M. I" 
l^aAvants and Ghftteau-d'Oei (P. 31 
railway (3 M. in 42 mio. ; 8 fr. IC^ tl 

Otamby tt^r). Change ct 

.nd back 4 f r. 60 c.) ascends y\k 

_ „ ._ , ^hevalleyres, M bede) and ioUj 

(405S'; Pens, les Sapins) to tbe loji of the Pl^adM (4415'}, which com- 
mand a famous view (restanrBnt). At the E. base are the sulphar.bathe of 
L'AUiai ism.'; Pens. Coohard ; Pens, dee Baias, 10 beds), connected by 
diligeoce with Chamby. 

Fhoh YivEi TO Cb1tbl-6t, Dbsib, etestric railway in '/.br. (ifr. 75, 
1 fr. 60 c.) vii a, Ligier (.ee above; FenU (vi»dnct over the Veveyee), 
taiMunta-de-Cortier. — l'LH. Oli&tel-St.nenia (2710'; EtaiL Restaurant: 
H3t. dc la Ville ; Treiie- Can tons ; Troie.Rois). a little town on the Veveyse. 
To tbeE. (iV,brs.) ie the Ski Clnb Hat on the irirenonC (40^7'). Electric 
rallwaysrun from Ohltei.St.Denis to Bulle [p. 25S) and to Pal^aieai (p. 261). 

Above tbe road between La Tcnr-de-Peib mi Bnrier (p. »e) is 
BellaTia, a lai^ park with villas and apartment houses, whose reaidenti 
are almost entirely ^gllsh and Americans. 

On the railway from Tevey to Puidoiia:-O>exbres (p. 251 ; 5 M. 
H5tel, 80 beds, P. from 10 fr.; HBt.-PenB. Belleme, 30 beds; HOt.- 
Pens. Victoria, 60 beds; Lion d Or; seveFal penBions), a, village of 
950 inhab. with an old castle and fine views. A road kaown as 'La 
Corniche dn L^man' leada bencc past the *Sigital de Chexbr«a 
{2149'; *Hat. dn Signal, 95 beda from 5, B. 8, L. S'/i, D. 7, P. from 
15 fr.), a famous TJew-poinf, and throngb the village of Epeateg 
(p. 269) to (1'/, hr.) OuUy (p. 369). 


Montreal is tbe general name lor Ital poiWon ol *!*■ ^l■iI^ ^ 
tbeLake of Geneva wiich extends to theSiB. o^^e'"=l'"^*?^^J^. 
Tonr-de-Peilt and the boaaen of BorioT (p. ^ft^l- Sbe\'«'-'<^^ ^^^ 


383 IV- B.«». -Ifiip»,H'.»M,Mo. CLAEEH8. * 

and E. winds, it enjoyi s remarkably mild climate, attracting tbon- 
aandg ot visitorB in spring and autumn. Beaides Clarens, Vernex, 
Le Trait, Bonport, Les Flancha, Territet, and Veytaaoi, with 
hotels and villas eitending in unbroken succeaaion for 3 H. along 
or above the lake, the district iacludes the numerous villages and 
health-resorts on the hills, such as Glion, Cavic, Chamhy, and Lti 
AvarOi (p. 385). The total population is 18,£40. 

Clarens, - Hotiib tsn Pshbiok. *Or.-im. deOlama (PI. c 1 ; A , 1). 
OS beds from *%, L. I'/t, D. 6if„ P. fiom U h. ; nSl.-Peii». LUiam, vitb a 
French clientUe; FBni.rEriaibige, !3 bede, P. from Sfc; ta tht left, Hdt.- 
Fem. Dent du Midi, 60 beds from i. D. i'l,, P. from It fr. ; to the light, 
SfMg, with guden on the I^e, M beds from 3'/i, B. I'fi, L. i. It. 4>/,. P. from 
10 IT. ; Pini. ViUaitanne, P. from 8 fr.; Pent, tipier, lO beds; HSL-Peai. 
ratterer, in the Buhurb of Le Baieet, to the W.. 40 bede from S'/i, B. !•/„ 
L. S'/i, D. 4, P. from 10 ft. At the al»tiou : Hdt-Peni. de» Orilai |P1. a; 
B, I), 10 heda from 3'/., D. «. P. from 10 fr. ; Jot.-Pen8.duCftat(lfard(Pl. ch ; 
B, 1), M beds from »\,, B. IVu L. BVi, D. 4, P. from 10 fr. — Between Cl»ren» 
and Veniei, on the lake : »Boyid (Pi. ro ; B. 1), with Euden, UO beds from 4, 
B. ;>/i, L. 4, D. 6, P. from li it. ; 'Htt-Paa. Mirabmu (PI. mi ; B, 1), 70 beda 
from B, B. t, L. B, D. fi, P. from 14 fr. — Coffbotiosib, Wiedoar, near 

EFQuae CuuKCH (CArial Charcl,- PI. C, 1). — CraMiai, Blihrer. 

Clarmta lias a railway station {p. 269) and steamer pier (p. 272). 
Byron lived in 1816 in a house (tablet) ia tlieKne do Lac, 100 yds. 
W. of the pier. On the isle of Salagnon or Chartran is a villa 
built by Th. Chartran, the painter (d, 1907). On the hill above the 
Baye de Clarens brook ig the chiteaa of Les CrStes. The adjoin- 
ing chcstunt ropse is traditionally identified with the Bosgvet de 
Julie in Rousseau's 'La Nouvelle Hilolac' (1761). To the W. of the 
chAteaa is the view-point known as Aux Crftes. Another famous 
view is that from (he cemetery, on the right of the road to Ta/iiel 
and the (■/, hr,) old castle of Le Chdtdard {1647'). 

sleamcr-pler and the Federal etation (PI. B, 1) in 25-30 min. (1 fr. SO c.). We 
croBB tbe Baye de Olarena and lacend round the hill of ChAtelard. - </> M. 
Baugi/ (1646'; Besa-Site. 70 bede from 4, B. l»/„ L. 41/,, D. B, P. from li (r. ; 
Pena. Mont-Brillant, 60 beds, P, from lO f r.l. -- 1 U. OhftiUT(1691'; Hot.- 
PenB. Mnrv, with glrden, 50 beds from S'/„ B. I'L, L. 3'/,, D. 4, P. froi 
10 fr.; L» Prairie; Pen..' — - ■ * 

proceed W. vi& (g'/,'MO i 
again, to (S M.) Blonay (i 

, We ei 

, a.) Jlreat (1903'; Peua. Dufour), croeaing the i 
Blonay (p. SSI). 
Vemex, Le Trait, Bonport, and LeB Planohes are served 
by the railway station and ateamer-pier of Montrenx (PI. D, 2). 

Hotels and PenaioQS. AtVebsbil: 'XontTeuxPalaceiP}. rap; C,l), 
too beda with IBO haCh.roomB, B. from 8, B. ti/t, L. 7, D. 8, P. from 81 fr.; 
•Or.-HM. Suitie i M^jeatlc (V\. e; D,S), with garden on the lake, 180 beds 
ftDm 7. B. 2'/*, I^ '. D. 8, P. from 18 fr. ; *Qr.-Il6t lUimney « Bemi-Kejoar 
ou Lac (Pi. ml; D, t), 160 beds from T, B. *■/., I- 8'/i. U- T/i, P- '""i 18fr., 
^troniicd by tbe Frenid; *HBe.-Peii«. /-ortHg (P], b; C, 11, two houses with 
efden OD tbe like, B5 beda from B, B. i, US, Ti.6,?.t\ooii.*It.-, *CId«- 
(tnental (n. a; C, 1), with garden on fteUlte, \«0-t«a» (.toiat,,?,. j,\.,(,, 
£■ 0, P. from 14 /r.; n6t.-Pen». Bon-AccueU, G»»4' ^^^'^,T *'^ 
*oiD 10 h.; BM.-I'mi. OBrniaiiia*Bet<ttWeu(eV't.\-,-a,^'i, *'i'i«i»- 


284 IV. B-eS — llap»,ip.t1B,t»0. CHILLON. Lakeor 

BSidens by the lake, «Bd a aplcBdid tIbw ; *B6I. d'Angleterre, 18 beJi ham *, 
B. 19/,, L. 4V(, D- i, P. tion li I'-l yHia L-Abri (dietetic Hiiitoriaiii ; UTS'), 
K^beds; SU.-Pen». F«me(-Z'« ToureUu, «ilhKirden'an (be lake, lObeds; 
Ftnt.Rtgina. Ifi beds, P. fiem 10 Er,; Sd<.-it«t.<lu Lac. — Above Territet, 
*Hat. Monl-FleuTi (aee below), witta park, SO beda, P. from \i li.—8ana- 
toHam dt VoJ-iforte (I165'i dietetic], flB beda, with d^pendinoeSanatortmit 
La OolUne (lOM'), 30 beda. — Faiiber ilosg the baok of the lake, to the 
light: •Brielot, ISO beisIroBi6, P. fiomlifi.-.'Sdl.-Pem.SiclietieH, with 
garden, 40 beda, P. from It fr. 

ExauBH Chubcb (St. John't; PI. F, 4).— Chehibt, Engtlmann. 

In front of the cemetery is it marble ntoaameat (by Ant. Chiattone of 
Lagano) of the EmpresB Elizabetb of Anstria who frequently atayed 
at Territet and was asBaesinaled at Geneva on Sept. 10th, 1898. — 
A cable railway aecenda from Territet station toMont-Fleuri{l96S'; 
see above) in 10 min. (1 tr., down 60 c, return 1 fr. 40 c). 

From Terrilel to fflion and the SocAtre dt Nayt, see j. *85. 

Veytanx — Himu. *BonivaTA, llO beda from 6, B. 8, L. 6, D. 8, 
P. from U fr. J H6t.-Pmt. Motion, 40 beda ; Hdt.-Pina. da Ch&teau, near 
the castle ofObil1oii,!4 beds, with t}ie Reataurantdela Riieree. — 'BetwBeD 
Chillon and VilleneuTe: •Bvron, with alaiEe park, 140 beda from 6, B. i, L. e, 
D.7, P. from leti; ommbiiB fconi VilleDenve i'/tfr. 

Veytaux, separated from Territet by the Veraye, is the eastem- 
moat of the holiday resorts belonging to Mootreni. — On a rooty 
island close to the bank (5 min. from the station, p. 269, and a 
stop ping-place of the tramway, p. 279) lies the — 

'Caetla of Chillon, the ancient stronghold of the Coants and 
Dakea of Savoy, commanding the road from Burgandy to the Great 
St. Bernard. The present stroctore, with massive towers and the 
battlcmented wall on the land side, dates from the 13tb centnry. 

The Ihtirior |opea from B oi 10 till 4, 6, 6, or 7 according to the aeaaon ; 
adm. 1 fr.. Sun. morning BO c.) haa roceotly been restored. Visilora are ehovn 
the dwelling-rooms, the court-room, and the great vaulted dongeons In which 
many Oenevese paid (be penalty of free apeeeh. The laet victim was .Boni- 
vard, prior of St Victor at Genera, oast into prison by the Duke of SaTOV 
In 1530. The iron ring to which he is said toliave been fettered is still in 
existence. He waa released in 1696 when the Bernese conquered the Vaud 
and took tbe castle with the help of Qenevese vessels. Bgrmfi famous 
poem 'The Prisoner of Chillon' was composed in (he Anchor Inn at Ouchy 

A pretty forest-path ascends from opposite Chillon to ('/, hr.) 
Mont-Fleari (ace above). 

The nearest of the Hiu. Resostb in tbe Montrenx district is 
Glion, connected with JWonfreua; station (p. 269) by an electric 
railway (8 H. in 20 min.; 1 fr, 30, there and back 1 fr. 95 c.; ract- 
and-pinion sections) viS Lee Planches [p. 883), and with Territet 
(see above) by a cable railway (743 yda, in 8 min. ; 1 fr. 30, there and 
back 1 tr. 95 c; gradient 57:100). 

aiioa—HoTKLe. •(Jr,.Hat.daRiBi-Vajulot((Pl.rv;F,3), 146beds 
''VmS,B.g, L.e, D.6, P. from 14 fr., •H6t.-Peus. Victoria Q;\,i\-,-S,%\ 
> beds (Tom b, B. S, L. 8, D. 7, P. from Ittr., Hfil.-Pens.d* ©.iwiWV*-, 
V,^0 beda, P. tromlO fr. •Gr.-H6t.BelUDu6&Bd.DWtTe'y\"\'^.^>*l- 


Geneva. CAUI. Mdp>,fp.a7»,aaO.—IV.R.e9. 285 

with * lus« t"rrue, 130 beds fiom Bar «/(.&. S, L. BorS, D. Tsf6, P. fion 
Horia t., •itortFofcl, 80beriifroiiiB,B.i,L.6, D. S,P. 6oniI4fr.,»Il 
irith Burdeoa ; ff^i.-Peiw. Cftomp- Jfeuri (PI. of ; F. !), 80 teda, P. from 10 fr.i 
Kacula, 48 beds, P. Iiom !0 fr.; *Hdt.-Pen». dea Alpti Vaudoieee (P\. ti ; 
F, S), 70 bedi from i, B. I'U, L. t'lt, D. 6Vi, P- 'rom It fr. 

EsDUBH CauHOH |P1. F, S); aeriiceB in July and Angust. 

Gli'rm (2270'), reached from Montreax in '/^-l br. on toot, is t. 
snmmer and winter- sport resort TJie bbbsod lasts from May til! Sept. 
or October. Tiew ot the lake and the Alps of Valais and Savoj. 

From Gmob to thb Rochbus db Nayb, 4'/i "^-i rMt-ind-pinion 
railway in 1 hr. 7 min. (np 9 fr. 20, down 6 fr. 90, retarn-ticket 
16 fr. 10 c. ; there and back from Hontreui, incl. &., B., and B. at 
the Kochers de Naye, 25 fr.). 

I'/jM. Cavts(3158'), a sum nier- resort and winter-aport centre 
commanding fine Tiewa. 

HOTBia. •OmKfWata.of the highaatclMs, below the atatioo, 180 beds 
from 8, B. S<l,, L. T, D. 8, P. from !1 ft., •Orand-miel de Caux, open the 
wbcle year conud, IM beda from I, B. i'l„ L. «■/„ D. Vl„ F. fiom 18 fr., 
both with l>rBe terracea ind reatBuianta; Edlel Favillim det Fouglret, 
6 min. iboTe tlie alatioD, SO beds from i, B. l'l„ L. 'Vi. D. t"!^ V. ficm 
12 fr. ; mi.-Fens. Maria, 4fi beds, P. from 18 fr. — Ebqlmb Chubcb. 

3 M. Jaman (5715'), on the K. slopes of the Dent de Jamart 
lG161'), ascended hence in '/, hr. (descent to Les ArautB, see p. 266). 

The terminuH at the Boohers deNoye{6473'; Grand-HOtel, 
open Jnly-Sept., 36 beda from 5, B. E, L. or D. 6, P. from 13'/i fr.) 
lies 10 min. below the summit (6709'), which commands a superb 
view of the Bernese and Vandois Alps, a part of the Valsis and 
Savoy Alpa, and the whole of the Lake of Geneva. The Rochers de 
Naye may be climbed on foot from Montrenx in 5-6 hrs. — To the 
N.£. of the hotel ia (10 min.) \DMpine Garden (adm. 50 c). A visit 
to the Grottet de Naye, with ice formations (adm. 1 fr. \ guide and 
lantern necessary), takes !■/, hr. there and back. 

From Montbeci to Lsa AvAHTa (Chfiteaa-d'Oex), 6</i M., Mont- 
reux-Bemese Oberland Railway (electric) in 40 min. (farea 4 fr. 35, 
a fr, 55 c, there and back 6 fr. 10, 3 fr. 60 c). — Pleasant roads and 
footpaths ascend from Hontrenx and Glion to Lea Avanta (l'/,-2hrs.). 

The railway (comp. the Map, p. 280) ascends the hillside in long 
curves through fleldso(oarcissns(iti flower inMay). '/,M. Taorenjies 
(1456'); I'/jM. ChOielard (1653'; p, 282); 1'/, M. Hanehamp 
{1739'); 2M.Jbn/a«iuCT!((1834';p. 282). — 2ViM.CWnea: (1978'; 
HOt.-Pena. Windsor ; HOt.-Pena. Lealria, P. from 12 fr.).~3Vi M. 
Somier (2178'), 

4'/, M, Ckamhy (2467'; *Gr.-Hfit. dea Narciasea, 145 beda 
from 5, with bath-room from 10, B. 2, I.. 6, D. 7, P. from 14 fr.; 
Pena.ChaletdeChamby), Junction forBlonajMiA^CTe^ V^te^-I.'i^- 
Anglicsn services (Dec-April). 

tf'/, M. Lee Avanta (3195' ; *Graiid-^6\.A, \<i^>>«&a ^■'^J?^ 
B.£y„ L.6'/„ D.7'/„ P. fromlSfr.i •ttftV. 4c Jwa'"^'.^^^'^ 


286 1Y.R.70.-Map,p.»»e. AIGLB. 

from 4, B. 2, L. 5, D. 6, P. from 19 (r. ; *HSteI des Sports, 67 beds 
trom 4, L. 4'/i, D- 6, P. from 12 fr,), much (reqnented by EngliBb 
viBitore ae a summer-reiort and tor winter-Bporta, lies in a sheltered 
sitQation ID an upland rallej. English Charch. 

A aM« Ttiltiiy (effliD.; tue 80, then (nd back 1 fr. !0 c] tMCtuia 
the 'Col de Sonloup (S799'! HSl. de Sonlouo, 14 bedi, P. fram 14 fr.), 
a BplaoilLd point of view, (rum whioh i path leadi lo m. hr.) the mat 
Cubit (SWW; from Moatreoi direct in i<l,-a hra.). ■ - Otler eicanions 
ira made to the Mont FoUy 16699') and Orit du XoOard (SKT), i hts. 
aachi Ool de Ja^njui (p, 285; I'/i tr-li Oeni de Jaman (61611, vii tbe 
col in S hn. ; La Verraiix and Cape au Maine |63S1'), \\i En Jor and 
Alt Mvieux in *V, hra.. difflcnll; Hoduri dt Kaye (p. iSS; Ji/, hn.); 
Dent de Corjon (ttea'; i im.); Dent de Lyi |6611'; 6 bn.). 

From Lea AvantB to ChiUeau-d'Oex, aee pp. 255, 354. 

70. From Lausanne to Martigny. 

il'l, U. RaiLWAi (being eleclriSed) in i'l,-VU bn. (fares II li. i, 
7 (r. JO, 5 fr. 5 c.)- 

FromLauBaanc to(17H.) Fe^faux-CAtUon.Beep, 369. Between 
Cbiilon and VilleDeave is the budsonie Hfltel Byron (p. 384} and 
the small lU de la Paix. — 18 M. TilleneaTe (H6t. dn Port, 
45 beds; de la Yille), a qnajnt little harbaDr>town at the E. end 
of the Lake of Geneva, oo the site of Celtic and Roman settlements. 

The railway enters the broad valley of the Khone (reclamation 
works). — 31 M. Roohe. Near (23'/, M.) Yvome {1560') excellent 
wiae is grown. To the right, the Dent du Midi (p. 392). 

34>/> U. Aigle. - Near the Federal Station are the atation. far 
the electric railway, to Le.yiAn (see below), Champdry |R. 71), and Let 
Ormonta-Diablerett (R. 72). 

HOTBLB. 'Orand-Bdtel d'Aigle (l&Sb'l, Vihr. hifther up (tram fram the 
etation In IX min.), with bvdropatbic apd large park, 130 bade frani a, B. i, 
L. 8, D. 7, P. from 14f[., open Apiil-OoL — Hflt.-i^™. VHtoria, 8 min. from 
the atatioa, near the post office, 36 beda from i, P. from 10 f r. ; du Iford. — 

(St. John the Evangelist): Bervicaa from April to Septemi 
CouRaK of till) MoDtreui Golf "' ' ' """' ■■ '• • 

Aigle (1368'; pop. 384 ,, 
a parqnet-flooring factory, is prettily sitoated on the turbulent 
Grande-Eau and is visited iu spring as a transition station to 
and from the Alps aud in antuinn tor the grape-cure. Near St. Trip lion 
(p. 287), V, hr. S., is the wooded Plantoiir (1910'; view). 

A fareat-iiath ascenda froiD the (^riud-Hitel vlfl Paner and Les Ecoveti 
ta («'/, bra,) Chegiirei {p. 89«). 

», W, M„ I 

Bfr. lOt). E 

ascends through vineyards and woad. Tunnels and viailuots. — S M. ifvsin 
vaiage (4160'; HOt.-Peua. Bellevue, 40 beds from 4>'„ L. 4'/i, K. 6, P. from 
13 Cr.; Pena. du Chalet tb heda; Pens. Ueau-Sejour, 14 beds; Dr. Kallicr's 
CnDicfarasteo-tuherculosia).—8ViM.tei/BiH-Jtetfdei(W68e'], — The terminus 
i«(S'/, M.J Loyaiii-Sranil-mta (ilSTI, -witt iiei^Mealft* iwiitoiia for 
/AJiedH, P. /n)ni 16 fr.; •Beau-Site, 100 beds iiDmS,,a.i.\.-t.,;a.%,«-^TO 
4/r.f*Ei>t. da Ciiamoseaite, l«bedBhoni6,B.t,\"Oi U-*^^*'^™^*» 


HM. BelTjdire, SOOlHdu, aloBBd it prsaent),. numeraus peagiaua lad tar- 
niilied shilets, tod usataria for poor patienti and for chUdren. Bngliah 
Cbnieli. IntDTmation ia ■appliad b J the Sod^U CUmat^qne. AiPria-Biia, 
above Levain.ia theSuatoilDnt LcaChamoii (SHi beds, P. horn to Ii.)- Longer 
valki mar >» taken to Praptndiu (GlD3'i i/ilir. W-li with view et the Uka 
of Geneva; to the Luc (i<Howen (BMl'i l'/,hr.l, atlho foot of Iha Tonr de 
Kayenj to tba Pierre du Mom/. (Klif ; 1 hrs. N,E.), atinctive; and op the 
ToarAMayeti (1628'; Shea., with enidel, interesting and not difficult 
From Aigle a road (V/iU.; di%iince in i hre., S fr. 30 c.; footpath 

ar, ht.) aacsDda viS rvorne (p. SS6) and then in windinga to K'UU.) 
Mbeyrior (3iS6-; HSt.-Pen».Ticloria, above the villase, W> beda from 
ail,, B. 1=/„L. i, D, 4Vi. P-from9fr., good; Pans. Dubuia, 60 beds; Pen«. 
Dent da Uidi, 16 beda; at Boveau, higher ap, Hai.-Pcns. Bellevne, 130 beda, 
P, from S fr.), a aammer and winter resort with fine views. Enghflb Church 
(aervices June-Sept, and Dec-March). The aignal on UokI ChamjnUon 
hmo'; overlooks the Bhone valley from St. Maurice to the Lake 
of Qeneva; more eitenaive view from £e> .4^tM (4997'; road, W, hr.]. 

At (27 M.) St. THphm we cross the railway to Monthej (p. 291). 
To tbc Ictt are the Grand Haveran and the Dent de Morclea. 

29Vi M. Bex. — KAitwAT 8t*tio» (restaurant), 1/, M, trom the Tillage. 
Hotel omnihuaeB meet the traina. — Trahwat (blue care, eee p. K6) to 
the marketplace 10 e., to <l>/i M.{ the Or,-Uat. dea Saliues id c, to (i M.] 
B^vieux 30 c.; to Cheai«rea viii Qrjon and Yillara, aei: B. 73. 

HoTXLB (moatly open April-Oct. only)- *Gr.-H6l. dea Satinet, with 
brine-batha and hydropathic, la a eheltered eitnatioo, ISO beds from b, 
B. 1, L. 6, D. 1, P. from IB Ir.; *ar.-HBt. de Bex, with bathe and view, 
ISO beda (rem i, B.i,L. or I>. B, P, from II fr.; * HStd it Baint de CroeM, 
70 beds, aaoie prices; *^iM.-Peiu. ViUa dea Baiin, 00 beds from *, P. 
from 11 fr, ; II6f.-Pent. Dent du Midi, IS beds from S'/i, P- from 9ik fr.; 
IIOt.-Pm*. det Alpet. open the whole year, 40 beds from 3>/„ B. i, t. or 
D. 4>/i, P. (rom B'/ifr.; fait. Chalet Rote, 3B beda; Pens. La OoUiTie, 
18 beds. AtChi4tres['/<br,): Pens. SUtching, with view. — Cobfiotioi'ib, 
Veniet, in the market-place. — Quid». Phil. Allamand. at Bci; Cfaar 

M(m>R Ouinsna to Lee Plan* (p. 2S8) in 'I, hr, (3 fr. 50 e.). 

Bex-let-BatTia (1410'; pron. 'Bay'; pop. 4609), plessantly 
situated on the Avangon, with brine-baths and snip hur-ap rings, 
is a favODrite resort in spring, and is frequented in autamn for the 
grape-cnrc. The Protestant charch is embellished witb stained gltua 
bj C. Heaton(1911). Fine views from Le3foB(e( (2195'), a hill to 
tbeN. ('/,br.), from the Toar deDittn (1880'), a rn in on a wooded 
hill C/jhr. S.), and from the Surf, farther off. 

Up the valley of the Avan^on, 1 '/« M. from Bex, are the salt-works 
o(S<'uieu3;orBei-Fiewi;(1591'),whicb«roeonnectedby a conduit 
with the mine of jteJBoaiifet, wheivithehrine is obtained by washing 
the rock-salt. A. visit, by permission of the manager, takes 3-3 hrs. 
(gnide +-5 fr.). — On the other side of the Avan^on, ^|^ hr. W. of the 
salt-works, are two hage erratic boulders (Fierra bessa). 

Then throagb the forest, past tlie chalcte at Vtiwrrtwe i95i^%'> 
nad Bn-les-Outras (2So7'). On the riK^'^XiwV \ft W«i ''■».»'»■ ** 

288 iy-B.70.-Kapt,p.a87. I,E8 PLANS. 

Lea Plane. — HoTEL^. Hd^-f^m^. mimei'.JObed.;rt!BS. Jfarieioc, 
70 b?da; Pent. Bauverd, M beda; Pent, da Jftitwranl, 80 beds; Pen). 
Eitettt«isi.— QtnDBs.Je»nLoiii»«nlPierr«D8TJdH»rl*t»i;ir. P.Moreillon; 
GhaiUs, Fflii, ud Adrien Yeilloo ; PhiJ. Bcrniid. — Asai.KUir Sehyiceb in 
July and Augosl it the HBt.-Peoa. Tinner. 

Les Hans (361:2'), a summer-reaort wid winter-sport centre 
in a sheltered situation^ with eioellDnt spring-water, ia a head- 
qairters for climbing among the Vandois Alps. A road on tbe left 
bank and a good footpath on the right lead throngh a wooded gorge 
to (Vi lir.) the *Por)t de Nant (4111'; inn), amid magnificent 
acenerj. Close by is an Alpine garden made by the University of 

EioiiRBioss. To the aiaoler ds Plan<NdVri ISOSOO, S'l, hn. from 
Pont de Nut (guide idviisble, 10 fi.}; the impwing imphilheBtre is 
■Diraunded hy the Sex Ptrcia (SBBO'l, the Grand Muveran (see helow], 
the reu oux VeiUoTi (6735'), Le PaiclKu |»!SG'), and tbe TM« & Pierro 
Qrept (9MIS1. The last, which comiDMida i iplendid viev, may he 
uceuded hence by eiperts oyer the Col de» Oumoii (S715'; i paes to 
tbe (5!iu;ier de PsneyrosBai] in !■/, hta. (guide ib h.). -To Ibe '014111 
daJairemaa(ee09'), aVihra., interesting (guide 8 (r.,needlesfi3. DivergiDg 
to the left from tbe Bex road, we nareiid hy ■ rotil tbcDugh the toreBt 
to the (IVi hr.) ehaleta of Jaiierma {BB16'j. and thence by a bridle-path to 
the (I'/i hr.) Croii (no crossl, whore wa enjoy & view of the Like of Seneva 
and Mont Blanc. Bleep descent (guide advinable) to (IVi hr.) Xorclea (see 
p.S8B). — •QpandoDent do MoroloB (flTTh"), T'/i hrs., withguide(20fr.), 
not difHcult for eiperta. From Pont de Nsnt »e ascend the deaotate 
ValUe de Kmit S. to the (60 mia.) chalets of JVoiU (1960"); then, to the 

Jfarttnrtt, tothe(>.] Cfa? des ifortin*to (80160, between the ftjiiKe de« 
Martineti (S6B4'], on the eight, and the Roe Vkampim (»0600, oo the left. 
Fine view of the Lake of Geneva and llont Blanc. Thence round the 
PttiU Dent de Moreke (B6«t'; a dilBcnll climb, gnide iO fr.), oyer the 
Oroiuf' Fire ledge and Ihiuueb the Nant Rouae couloir, lo the (i'l. hrs.l 
top, which commands a 

madeto(4brfl.)»>rc(e»(.. .... ., 

(gnide !0 fr.j, toilsome. Fiom (</, hr.) Pont de Hint v 
somenbat giddy path, to the left, past La Laree and the Ri 
to the (i bra.) Ottbane Bambert of the S.A.C. (8360'; keeper; accommo- 
d&fion for !0) on the Prile de BaiUee (8530')i between tbe Petit and Grind 
Mnveran [a paee to the Bbone valley; descent to Riddea X hre.), whence 
the top ia reached by the S.E. flank in 3i/,-S hra. Splendid and eitenaive 
view, — The Cahane Ramhert is the alirtlng- point also for the Petit 
MuVfTan (9(60'i 1 br. ; 20 tr.l, the Pointe d'Aufedtas {f,VlS; 1'/, hr. ; 15 fr.l, 
lheDen(aus!Fawcs(9600';3'/ihr8,; M fr.), tha Trmr St, Martin cqnUB 
du mabU: 9556'; 9hiB.; 30 fi.; very difficnlt). etc. 

Pnou Les Plins to Ahzeikdu, i hrs. ; guide (8 fi.) nnneceesary, hut 
advisable in the reverse direction. From ('/, hr.) Pont de Nant a bridle- 

K.h ascends N.E,, past the chalets of (50 min.) If Eiehard and [40 min.) 
VarTaa, and along the K base of the Aigontine, lo tbe C/, br.) 
ai dts Easels (tiswn, with view of the Diablerets; descent to (1'/, hr.) 
Ameindaz (p. IVHj. From Le Richard the Lion d'Argeiiliiit (7485') may 
be iBcended in ! bra, (not difficnlt; guide 8 fr.), and the Pointed' ATgentine 
(T»B(n in 3 htfl, (fatiguing; 10 fr.). Comp. p. S95. 

?4e.ffHoif* Valley RiiLWivbejo'odSei.ctiiaaesttiek.-iwKi^on. and 
tbea tbe Rbooe, joins the line fro'ni"Le'Bo'ttvexe1s.a4'e»**'i**i^a^'i^ 
* earved tunnel to the station oi St, Matinrvie Ij.^ft^'^. 

ST. KAUBICB. Jf*<,H>.ss7,»«7.-/V.K.7fl. 889 

The BiiLWiT rsou Lb Boiitbbbt (p. 374) to St.Haubicb Mcends 

^ on tbe left b&nk of the Ehone. At the toot of a rock? bill to tbe 

right lies Port Valait, irith the parish chnrch of Le Bonveret. 

The Porte duSKcll29Q'), & defile between the cliff and the Rhone, 

vM formerly fortiBed. 

3'/4 M. Vmnrry (1880'; HOt. de U Poste), a large village, lies 
on the drainage flanal began in 1651-59 b; Easpsr Stockalper 
(p. 349) bnt not carried as fsr as the lake until 1871. 

The ui^eiit ol the *a»mmont (71U'; S-G'/i bn. ; guide S tt.j la made 
by bridle-pith lii Miex {Stiff) to {3</, hrs.) Tnnov (1660'! Utt. du Lu 
Tuny, flOTjedal, on the charming Lac Tanay; Ibence in l'/i-( brt to the 
antumit, vhlch commuidB a magnificent view. Deacent to ht. Qingotphf 
aee p.l?<. — The *Comettoa de Bise {ISBb") may be aatendeiT from 
Vouiry in e-6V( >>'■. Iguide adviaable, 10 fr.). Tbe route aaceada viil MIei 
to the (4Vi hra.) Col de Veraax (BB700, then croaaea the ridge to the 
(Vi br.| chalet of La OaUca, I'/i hi. helo» tbe top, which nforda 1 aupeih 
paaotima. Deacent (with guide) to Lovenex or Tanay (aee aboTe). 

To the right are the villages of Fionnas and Afuraz. We next 
p&siCoUombey. — 10 M. Jlfbn/Aey, Bee p. 29l. — The train crosses 
the Viize, which descends from the Val d'llliea, and at McaMJtgex 
approaches the Khone. — 14'/t M. St. Maurice 

32 M. St. Maurice (1377'; pop. 2539; Bail. Eestaoraut; HBt, 
i\a 8implon & Terminns, 30 beds; dea Alpes, 25 beds from B'/i, 
B. 1 v.. L. 3'/,, D. 4'/,, P. from 9 fr.), the Celtic Acaunum, derives 
its name from St. Uaurice, commander of the Thebaie legion, who 
according to the legend snfFered martyrdom here with his coni- 
paniona in 302. The Ai^w^inian Abbey was established in 515, 
though its church was founded aa early as the 4th century. It has 
a fine Bomanesqne bell-tower, bnt the abbey-buildings date for tbe 
most part from 1707-13. In the courtyard are the resnlts of ex- 
cavations. The treasury is important, inclnding a Roman sardonyx 
vase, a golden crosier, a ewer aaid to have been presented by Charle- 
magne, and Merovingian and Eomanesque reliqaaries. The Parislt 
Church, near tbe station, posseases tbe reliqnary-sbrino (14-15th 
cent.) of St. Sigisniond, King of Borgondy (d. 523). 

On tbe rocky alope, W. of the aUtion, ie perched the hermitage of 
lTotrt.Dame.du.Sex, to which a nimiw path hia been hewn. Farther N. 
le tbe Qrotle dea Fie*, a etalactita cavern (from the station and back 1 hi.; 
adm., lucL Bengal fire, 1 f r. 10 c; guide at tbe railway reataDrut). — 
About 1 hr. farther up (bridle-path), to tbe 8.W., is nroiiai (MTS'; Hflt.- 

The Bathfl oHmvoy (1377'; 'HStel dee Bains, lib beda) lie 9U. 
above St. Maurice (diliBence in '/i br.). The warm spriog {93" Fahr.), 
impregnated with sulphur and common salt, riaea on tbe bank of the 
Khone, B min. from the hotel. — A narrow road ascends through wood in 
ligzaga, to the E. of the baths, to {PI, hra.) Uorolea (SSSr; a&t,.&«.%aiOAK, 
45 beds), in eicflllent climbing -ceotie. ABEenla-. Oroii tla 3auErnaa 
(6B10^, viJ nan/iaul in S hrs. [guide 8, witb deatent Vj\>i«?\vb» \'i^-'};, 

(tino, e'/, in. (gaidt so, to Lei Plana S3 ft ■, V4 ot \i«.^ « w^i""*' '* 


ago—Map,p.M». mabtTont. 

Hant deHorelei, filiC, I'/ihr. tram Uoccla i coinp. p. t88]; Pittite Dait 
de Xorcla (SUXOi ^i/, lira. (27 U.), not diffloult for sipsrti. 

Beyond St. Maurice, oq the right, ie the chs.pe1 at Viroiiiey, 
with ui orphanage for girls. To the left, on the opposite bank of 
the Shone, are the Baths of Lavey (p. S8d). 36 M. Evionnaa- 
CoUojtgea. Before ns rises the pointed Catogne and the mountaina 
near the Qreat St. Banisrd. Beyond La Batmaz we see on the 
right the *Piuetiache, a. beaatlfnl cascade of the Sedanfe, 215' in 
height <'/4 hr. from Temsyaz, bat snfficienlly well seen from the 
railway; beat in the forenoon). 

38M. Vamayaa. — Hotk-b. Qr.-Het. da Oorge* da Trtent, 
•I, ht. fwm the atatioD, 100 beda; Victuria * dft Alpa; du Siuipkm, 
!0 b«de; de la Qare. 

Vernayas (1490'; pop. 992), a station of the electric tramway 
from Martign; to ChamODii vii Salvan (B. 76), is aitaated at the 
foot of bare roobB, from which the Trient bursts forth in a torrent. 
Tickets (1 fr.) tor the auperb Gorges du Trimt are obtained at 
the Grand-Hi5te!. 

Tfear Martiguy, at the right angle which the Bbone tsIIcv here 
feriDB, on a hiU to the right, stands IrfzBiUia^ (1985'; [iclTn.~.'>Oc.), 
a castle of the bishops of Siou, dismantted in 1518. ~ The (rain 
crosses the Drance. 

41W, M. Martiguy. — Homia. Near the atitfon^Jfof. duGcanrf- 
Sl. Bernard, M beda from 3'/,. ». VU, !■■ •" D. Vlt. V. from 9 fi. — Id Ihe 
tovn: B6t. du Xont-Biaiic , HO heda, eloxed in 1ȣ1; Kluaer <t I-oate, 
no beds from 4, B. i, L. i'lt, U. fi, P- from » fr. — -At Martifrny-Bourg: 
Trotg OouraKnet, it bede, 

Tkahwai from the stulion to the town 16 f.; to Martigny-Boui^ in 

Mai-tifftiy-Ville (1542'; pop. 9705), the Roman Oclodurum, is 
a basy little town iii sunitiier, being the starting-point of the electric 
railways to Chamonix (R. 76) and to Orsieres (Great St. Bernard, 
Val de Bagnes, H. 80, 81). — The tramway (aee above) runs 8., 
passiog near the remains of a Roniau unipbitheatre, to (1 M.) tfau 
little town of Martti/ny - Boury (hotel, sec above ; pop. 15)^5), in 
the Draneo valley, the vineyards of which. yield excellent wine 
(Coquenipey and Laniarque). 

Near Branaon, on the riglit liauk of the Uhoae, I hr. N.K. of Martiguy, 
ia llie rocky hill of r,ai FuUaterrea, famed for ita liori- -- •Points 
d'Arpille (asb3'; i'l^hn.; guide 10 fr.), eaay. The path aacende beyond i.a 
HJtiaz (aee abovu) thtougfuineyards to the hamlet of Somi/ietdcs Viffwe*; 
(hen piB( (he hamlet of Ravoire, through wood, to IbccbaletB otArpiUe 
(BStift'S Bud the top. Superb view. DeaCEnt in 1 hr. to the Ool de la Forclas 
(p. 909). 

From Mirtigny-Boui^ a road BBcends through foreat vl£ Chemin {SbS9'i 
Hat.-Fena. Vetv<<dero, ib beda, P. from H'k ti.; Hot.-Pena. Beau-Site, P. 
from 7 fr.) to [3 hn.) the Ool dea PUnoheB (4G93'; H<it.-PeDB. duMont 
Volsn, 74 beda from i S. i'l,. L. 4, D. 5, P. from 10 fr.), with a glorioua 
Tiew. Then down vii Vtncf. to (I'/a hr.) Sembnmcher (p. 380). — From 
the col a road leads vA Levron to (•/, hr.) the Grmvt-Hotet de la Pien'C- 
d'Voir I6i4li'; burued down), In a commanding poait^on on the ColdeLein. 
Tieace foutpttba Ihrough the woods aacend i\i the Houpaa (guide advia- 

MONTHET. MaFi,pp.tS»,K7.-lV.R.71. 291 

able foi th«e liable lo ditiineiH] to (S hn.) the top et the *FieiTe-iL- 
Voir {SJiS'i, the higheBt point of the ridge betweea the Rhone knd the 
Dnnce |comp. the Msp, p. US|. Oiind view of the Brand Combin, the 
Alpg of BaToy. Taliia, ind the BeraeHe Oberland, and the nlleys ot the 
Khone, Entiemont, uid Bapei. Comp. pp. SSO, S3S, 3iX. 

Prom Martigny to the Oorgea dv DuTnanC and to CHiampex, see p. *BJ 
From Martignj to Brigw (Simplon Railway), see pp, 341-349; 
railway and road to the Great St. Bernard, see p. 330. 

71. From Aigle to Champery. Val d'llliez. 

IB M. Elictrio Eiu-WAi to MonOtey, 7Vi M., in >;.br. (3 h. SO, 1 fr. 
Mc); from Monthey lo Champiry, B M,, in !'/.>"■ ('"■ ««, 4 f r. 96 c). 

The Val d'lllloa is a beantiful yailoy, well watered and wooded, 
dominated on the S. by the grand snon-dad range of the Dent du Midi. 
Tbo rond to [!'/i brs.l Champdry is recommended for pedestrians (ihort- 
entx by tbo old bridle-path). 

Awle (1335'), see p. 286. The railway follows the highroad 
to (2'^ M.) Ollm (1575'), a Blraggling lillage snrroanded by vine- 
yards and orcharda. A road {fine views) leads hence vift Huimoz to 
Villira (p. 396; 2 hrs.). — The line tnrns S.W. throngh the yalley of 
the Rhone and crosses the Federal railway near (VU M.) St.IHpkon 
(p. 287). We then cross the Rhone. — 6'/, M. CoUombey-Murax. 

Vji M. Montti«7 (H6t. do Cerf, 30 beds, des Poetes, 30 beds, 
at both R. from 3'/,, B. !'/„ L. S'/j, D. 4'/,, P, from 9 tr.), s town o( 
4695 inhab. with an old castle and a glass factory, has a station on 
the Bonreret-St. Uanrice railway p. 2S9). The electric railway has 
two stations; change at the flrat (Montbey-Ville) for Champiry. 

The railway to Champery starts from the main station at Mon- 
they and slops at ('/4 M.) Monlhey-Tille. It then ascends in a cnrve 
(rack-and-pinion section of I'/i VL.) to the W. slope ot the Val • 
d'Iluez, through which flows the Viize, far below. Among the 
vineyards and chestont-woods are a nnmber of erratic bonlders, 
particnUrly (r.) the Pierre d, Dzo, balanced on a space of a tew 
sqnire inches, and (1.) the Pierre des MarmeUa, with a little honse 
on its top. Beantifo] view, looking back, of the valley of the Rhone, 
the Diablerets, and the Grand Mnveran; to the left, far below, the 
narrow bed of the Viflne. — 2'/, M. Otemeat (2250'); S'/* M. RouU 
de Margins (2487' ; see below). We cross the Viize At la Tim. 

3VtM.Troietorrenta (2526'; EOt.-Pens.Troistorrents, 20 beds 
from 3'/,, P. from 9 fr.; Pens. Dent dn Midi), a village with 1700 
inhab at the month of the Val de Margin*, up which a diligence 
runs to (7 M.) Moraine. 

A earriage-road (diligence in enmmer in »U bra., S fr. SO c.J leads W., 
sseeoding in great ciirveB, to (7 M.) Honins (IBIl'; *Grand-H8lel, EOO beds 
from 5, B. i, 1. S, D. 6, P. from IB fr.; •Vieloria, 70 beds from IVi, P. from 
1i fr.; Hfil.-Pens. du Q^ant, M beds, Bean-Site, 2t> beds, at both R. from 3 
B. I'/i, L- Si/t, D,l, P. fromBfr.; Hat.-Peni. du Chalet; deUPorSt,9<l\«,i».-, Ho^nsJ, a waterioK-plBca with schaljb«ata sYin^li ^■^'^^^''^'^ ^ 
a sommer-cesorl and for winter-sports. Anglican aarj^M««iiM>- kA^'MBW'- 


992 lV.R.7i.~Mi^,vpM9,m- CHAMPEKT. 

Tbe railway ascends, in fall view of the Dent do Midi, *ift (5 H.) 
Fayot, with ite pretty waterfall, to (5V, M,) Val dIUleB (3120'; 
HOt.-Pcna. dea Nurciasea, 45 beds from 3'/^, P. from 9 fr. ; du Bepos, 
60 beds; Sent du Midi, 22 beds, P. fram 9 fr.), a aammer- resort vith 
1000 inhabitants. We croas the PniU de Chavalit to (()"/jM.)io Cour. 

8M. Champfiry. — HoTBLB. •Gr.-ffai.deJaDentiiuJfiiii, SOObeJs 
fMia fi, B. t, L. G, D. 6, P. from 14 h. ; *Hdt. Suiiie, 80 bsda, *mt. du 
Pare cS Victoria, 130 beds, »t both E. from JV„ B. n;„ L. 4V„ D. 5i/„ P. from 
11 fr. \ *H6t. de Champiry, 60 beds, P. from 10 tr. ; Beau-Si)our, bO bads, 
P. from 10 fr. ; BSt. dti JUki, near the ititiaii, 40 beds, P. from 8 ft-.— 
Ifiinieiroui peneions and privsto ipsTtineiLtg, ~ Guides. Victor and Heaii 
Gei-Collot; Chsrloa »ad Ihwc Cl^menl ; Bd. Defago; J.J. Durier, at Val 

Champ&y (3450'), i village with 756 iohab., at the upper end 
of the Val d'lllies, ia niach freqoented as a health-reaort in sDninier 
and for winter- sports. Walks (gaide-postB and way-marks) may be 
taken to the (10 min.) Calvaire, with view towards the Dent dn 
Midi; »the('/,hr.) Galerie Difago, with view of the Val d'llliez; 
to the (1»/, hr.) ChaleiB de Banaveau (5105'); to the (I'/i br.) 
Ckakt de Barman (4908') ; and to the (a'/r^ l"") Croia: de (Met 
(S450'), a splendid view-point. 

*Doilt du Midi (W. peik or Haute Cimx, 10,6BB'; 7-8 hn. ; guide 30, 
with dcBceal to Vernajas 40 fr.), fatiguing but repaying. Tho previous 
night is uenallr spent at (1% hr.] Bonaeeav (aes ibovej; thence by the 
Pat d'Encd [6106'), the (S hm.) Col de Suaanfe (aiOfl, and the Chi dea 
Pareiieux (10,043') to the (i-i'li hn.) aiinimit. (An alternative route as- 
cends Ihroi^h forest from Champiry to the (! hrs.) chalets of AnViimoz 
(MSB'), whsnce the Bummit is reached in 4'/ra bra., put Ibe (1 br.) little 
Lakes of ■Antlt^roia {miy) and by theN.W. Sank vi& the Cbl dee Pareaaeux 
(see altove).) Tbe view of Mont Blane and tbe VaUla and Gemeae Alpa 
is imposii^; tbe background to the S. ia formed by the Alps of Dauphin; 
and Piedmont; the Late of Geneva ia visible from Villenenve to Vevey.— 
Tbe other peaks of the Dent du Midi are luore difficult: DeiU Noire or 
E. peak (10,434'; gnide bi ft.), Forteresse |1D,S§0'; guide 4B fr.), (MMdrote 
(10.386'; guide 5i fr.), Dent Jaune (10,467'; guide 65 fr. ; very difficult), 
and Doigt (10^38'; guide SOtr. ; dangerous). 

?cnm OhgmpSry viS the Cot de Suaanfe (see above), between the 
Dent du Uidi and tbe Tour Saltlcres, to tbe Alp Salanfs and Salvan 
(p. 307), » bra., toilsome (guide 23 fr.).— From the Alp galanfe vi& (he 
col d'Emaney and Emanei/ tq Tretien. 5-6 hre., comp. p. 307; vil the 
Col du Jorat or de Salanfe |7KI8') 10 EBiimnixs (p. MO), SVi brs. 

72. Prom Aigle to Les Diablerets and over 
the Col de Pillon to Qstaad. 

From Aigle to Lee Diablerele, electric railway (Chemin de Fer dea 

Onnonla), ll'/,M. in IVibr. (11 fr. 35, 7 fr. BOc.). — From Lee Di"^' 

over the Col de Pillon to " 

illon to Otieig, dilleenoe in mid-summer, 7'/, M, in 
thence to Oetaad, 7 U. in 1'/, hr. (3 fr. 6b c. ic summer, 

the S. side of the to 
latle and the parq 


Aigle (1368'), see |i. 286. The train skirts the S. side of the town, 
stopping at the market-place, passes the caatle and the parqnet 

7.-/7. S.7». 393 

factory to the (l'/,M.) Grand-36td (p. 286), and then curves to 
the right (tnnnel) into the TaUe? to the N. of the Flantonr (p. 286), 
at the head of which ia the station of (2Vt ^■) Vercki^ (1853'). 
We retnm, paat the Bdvidire (1975') above the Grand-Hatel, and 
Mcend the S. side of the Grande Eait,tor the most part throagh 
vood, passing the stations of (5 M.) PlambvU (2618'), (6'/, M.) 
ExergiUod (2838'), aod (6*/, M.) FontantUea (2949'). From (8 M.) 
Let Planches (3094') a long viaduct of reinforced coDcrete, with a 
central span of B40', crosses the Grande Eaa lo — 

S'/j M. Le BApoy (3208'; HOt,-Peng. in Mont-d'Or, 30 beds 
from 3, B, 1 '/„ L, 3'/,, D. 4, P. from 8 fr. ; HOt.-Pens. du Cerf, 
30 beds; des Alpes), the chief village of the extensive mountaio 
pariah of Ormmii-IhMOua, freqoented aa a anmmer-resort, 

EiouHgioBs, afuni-d'OrlTltt"), otct the Col de la Pierre da MoHUtn 
3i/« hra. [gaiAe 10 fr-). easy and id teres ting.^ — AsCfint of th« *Cha7tiD8saire 
{3Vr* lifs-) 'i* J^ Fordas (inn), and deacent to (IVi hr.) ViUaTit, aeo p. SOT. 
' 'esila from Le 84pcy vii Le. Veraey and Iho 

-\js Sfppy 

lu Ohitean-d'lJei |p. ibi; dHigcnce) 

La Comballas (443i'), a gconp of cbalets with llie Hot.-Peas. de la Gou- 

The line runs back to (9'/4 M.) Les Planches, having described 
an acate angle, and continaes to aacend on the left bank of the 
Grande Ean, tbroagh woods and across several torrents. — 11 M. 
Lea Echenarde (3714'); 11=/, M. Les AviolaiB. — 13 M. Vera 
I'Egliao (3694'; Pens. Mon-S^jonr, Pens. Fernet, H6t. de I'Oura, 
all plain), the chief village of the parish of Ormojii-DesBTiS, with 
the parisb cbarch, the parisb hall, and the school. — The line now 
crosses the Grande Ean aod, passing the station ot PiUon (3796'; 
Hat. dn Pillon) and the IHan da Ides, reaches its terminus at — 

14i/,M. LesDiftbleretB. — HoTKLB. 'Qr.-HBt. dea DiablereU. 
with bithe, 198 hBie from 4, B. i, L. 6, D, 8, P. frflm 13'/, fr., vlaitors' 
tax 3 fr. pec week: Pent. Bellevae, a beia; Peat. Beaa-S4jouT : Pent, du 
Chamoia.— Qniawa. H. Jnrdaa, Franc. Moillea, BmcBt Kafasr, Armind 
Fernet. — Eboliss CHDaCH (do services in 1921). 

Les Diablerets (3822'), in the upper Ormont valley, which is 
bonnded by wooded moantains, is afavonrite health-resort, frequent- 
ed in snmmerand for winter -sport a. To theS., dominated by the Dia- 
blerets group, opens the Creux de Champ, a superb rooky atnphi- 
Ibeatre, with weterfalU descending on every side to unite with the 
Grande Eaa ; aj^ood survey is obtained from ZioZiOuaa (5331' ; I'/ohr.), 

AscESTS. *La Falette (71B0'; guide 7 fr., not indiBpeaaable). eiss aa 
far aa the 12'U hta.) chalets of laenau; thence, rather roqgh, 'I, lit. more 
to tbe top; view of tlie BetDeae Alps and of tbeDent dn Uidi totlie S.W. 
We may SesceDd to the OcUde PiUort (p. 3M).— T6t0 deHeillSret (6404'), 
i>l, bra. from Vera I'EKliae, easy and interesting. We may descend to 
(Mmin.) the Cnldela Oroix (p. «94).— La Faros, or Tomettas (S34S'; 
4 bra.: guide lOfr., not indiapenaabie (or eiperla). net difScult, \\iljwanehy 
and the pistureaotJfamtar. — 'i-hB Capo au Molne (V73o'; 4hrB.i 10 fr.\ 
gives more trouble and leea ssliafaolion. — Point© 4a *3feB»BB^ W^STn, 
ahra. BuideSfi., not required by eiperts provided vrift.V'ne^.vet^tVtilta.^N 


294 IK.H.T».-«oi>,iJ.»8T. GBTEIG. 

see p. i54. The Jesuent mt-y ba made put (he pretty Lae Lioion («yiy) 
to Leg Moueg (p. XU). — The Oldenbom (]OiI«0, at Secoi dTAudon, is 
n fitigolng but atltaotive asoent (7 bra.; !1 h.}: by the Aipe de PiOon 
iifiOS) to the <4 hra.) Oabane det Diabterets (Sieo'; keepei; Bccommoditioa 
tor flO) Bcd UioDce by the Olacier du Sex-Rouge ind the S.E. artte to the 
(§ bn.) top leee below). — The Ciableret |lU,e6(n is aacended fiom the 
Hatel das DiablereH vii the Creui de Champ aud the (3Vt tr") Befuge de 
Pierredar IISSO'; partly deatroyed), wheaoe the aumoiit is gained by the 
Olaeier and Col de Prapiot (9i70'| in >'lr* bra. ; oi better rrom the (4 hra.) 
Cabana de> Diahlerett [aee above) by the Glacier dv Sex Bauge and the 
Zanflearoa and Diableret alaeiem in 31/1 liis. ^uide 34 fr.). Descent to 
Aiiseindan {p. SBB] ateep and difflcnlt (goide SOfr.); over the Zanflevron 
QUaier to SaTietteh tai Sion, not diScAt (^ide 36 fr.; cemp. below and 
p. 2B5). 

To ViLLAKB (M'/, hts.); soide, 10 ft., adyisalilc, particularly in the 
reveise directioo (pat^ Bonetimei manby). From the UBt. dea Diableteta 
we asceod the valley of tbe Grande Ban for <l, hr. , and then enter a lateral 
valley by a bridle-path to the right (S.W.). After a somewhal steep ascent 
of I'l, hr. partly tbroagh woodu, we reach the Ool de la Oroiz (brnt), 
nheoce we have a view of the Denl du Midi; at Kneex (fiseGI, 15 min. 
W., Mont BUne aUo is visiblo (traveUers may deacend straight down into 
the valley). Beyond the pasa is the hamlet of La Croix; on the right, 
pyramids of j-ypBrnn. The path deacenda on tbe right bank of tbe GrgMine 
and after U/. hr. divides! to the right to (» min.) ViUart (p. i%). to the 
left to (10 min.) Arveyet [p. £8«) aud Qryon (p. SUSj. 

From tbe HOt. des Uiabterets the Boad to Qsi^o HHCCnds in 
long windings, with the precipices ot the Crenx de Champ to the 
right, md farther on the Cascade da Dard, to the (3'/>I^-! I'/jhr.) 
Col dePiUon (5085'), at the S. foot of the PaZeiie (p. 293), wiiich 
may be ascended hence withoat difflcnlty in I'/g-S hrs., past the 
little Lac Reload. We descend, with a view of the Sex Rouge and 
Oldenhorn to the right, through the valley of the Reagchhaat. On 
the left are the Seeberghom (6804') aud the BUUtihom (6630'); 
beautifully si taated on therEght is theif«!McA^{p(4350'), Walkers 
take I'/i hi'- from the pass to — 

I'liU. dsteig. — HoTiLB. Sane(Kft, 60 beds, not.-Pena. Victnria, 
45 beds. BUT, 30 beds, Pena. Oldenhora, B5 beds, at all these K. from 
3'/,, P. from 10 hr. — Guides. Ernat Marti, Gotll. Sehopfer. 

Gsleig (3911 '), Fr. Le Ckdtelet, wilh an old parish church and 
pretty old wooden hoDses, at the confluence of the Renschbach with 
tbe Sarine, lies at the S.W. extremity of the Bernese Oberland. To 
the N.W. towers tbe WoMegg (see below); to tbe S., the Schlauch- 
korn (8487') and Karrkom{li96');to tbe E., the Spitzhom (9209'), 

The 'WaU«BB (61S2'i 2Vi bia., with gnide), an alliactive ascent, com- 
minds a view oftha Alps from tbe Eiger to the Dent du Midi. The descent 
may be made to the eeiiUry Lake of Amen {6046") and thence through (he 
Tgcherzis Valley to Feutersoey and Gateig (8 bra. in all; conip. p. 119). — 
The Oldeutioni (10,!60'; 6>/r7'/i )>rs.; gaiie 35 ft.), vii the Olden Alp 
(6148'; night-quaTtete), camp, above. 

To Saanin (p. 2l»), fl-10 hrs. (guide 20 fr.). We foUow tbe PlUon 

road to the S.w: for </<hr., then ascend to the right between the See- 

betgbora and the Blaltiborn, wilh viewa of the Oldenhorn and Diableieta 

mjugif, paseiBL- tlie alps of Amen (SSSft'l, a\ioie ft«\i*e i>\ kmwi (,■«« 

aborej, IFiteaberg f6W8'), and Ginnmberg U>S«6'-M>'n'',-, linaWi -st ip.iwt'i^ 

tbe JTalber^lSni-ral. 

QE70N. «ap. P- 3«^- -'V. B.7S. 395 

leiesting (guide is fr., not Indiapeusshle In fine 

' pith iicanits th« left bunk of tbe Buiie, criisB- 

n.; then s ateep gacenl in zigiigs, below the 

CQ OS iDu DpiizDurc and through the Eotengraben, to the (Si/g bra.) 

plitesn of Ereoiboden (aeiin, which we crosa in >U hi. ; n gradoal 


e p. 3JS). The i 

I (nao-). To the left ia the ArprlUtDck XaeW), to the light 
„o u..."=«..™.'i« (»un(6rnn; 966ST snd the laree ZanfieuTon Olacier, 
from which the Sarine issuea. Descent to the ('/.bi.) Hdtel du SaneUch 
(S770-; 18 beds), on the Hau/leuron, with a view of the Valais Alps. From 
thie point the Sublage (esISO me^ be ascended in iVi bie. (gnide 10 tr.), 
the CadeahOTii (p. (B4) in 4 hia. (13 ft.) , the DiablereC (p. 894) in 6 his. 
' icent overtheZanfleuron&lscier not very difflcultiguideaofr.), and the 
'ildhOTii (p. sail in 5Vi hta, (difficult; guide !5, with descent to IlEgen 
oi Lanenen S5 fr.J.— Then bf a winding Pith down 1o the Alp Olory (IftnT) 
and Ihroneb the wild ravine of the Horge over Uie bold Poiil Ifaif to |ShTe.) 
CSumdoliii, whence s roid leide to |1>/, br.) Sion |p. 3tt). 

From Oateig the road follows the broad vatlej of the Ssrinc 
via O'/, M.) ^atersoey (3707') snd (ll'/^ M.) Gnijid (3609') to 
(UM.) Gstaad (p. 318). 

73. Prom Bex to Gryon, ViUars, and 


blue cars run only aa fsr aa B^vieui): to [6 M.) dryon in I hr. (fare B tr. 
40 c.); lo[T/,M.) Fiailr8inlhr.25min.(7fr.I5c.); to (8>/. M,) C»«9i*rai 
in IVihi. (Tfr. 50 c.).— PedestrilDB from Bex rexdi Oryon by the road in 
SI/, hrs., or by tbe old road in i hie. (from Oiyon to Tillan I hr.). 

Becc (1410'), see p. 287. The oUclric railway, atartiog from the 
Federal station, traverses the town Til the ('/j M.) market-place, 
crosses the Avan^on, and ascends to (2 M.) BivUux (1590' ; p. 287), 
where tbe toothed rail begins. The line ascends first on the left 
und thtrn on (he right side of the valley, partly throngh forest. Near 
OVs M.) Fmtannm-Seulaz (2660') we obtain a view of the valley 
of Les Plana and of the Grand Mnveran (p. 288). The line next 
passes by a tunnel to the N. side of the ridge; fine views of the 
Ehone Valley and the Dent da Midi, and tor a short time of Mont 
Blanc. 4'/4M. ZesPosws (3230'). 

5 M. Gryon. _fla«tuayKe»(oura»(, — H0TBL8. *BBt.-Pena.6ryini- 
Bellevue, 70 beds from 4, B. i, L. or D. 1, P. from 1* f r. ; Bdt.-Pmt. 
Beau-SijcuT, 60 beds from », B. VU Ij. *, D. VI,. P, from 10 fr. ; SSt.- 
rtjis. de la Potle, SO beds ; ft™. Boia-Qentil, JO beds. — Goide, Gerald 

Gryon (3717'), a village of 548 inhab. at the foot of the Kan 
S4pey (4117'), is a favourite summer and winter-sport resort of 
the French Swiss. View of the Diablerets, Grand Muveran, Dent 
de Morcles, and (r.) the Dent du Midi. 

BiocneioBs, Tbe road to Villars affords an e.\mQ8\\B-J6\ ■>"««- W'k'-^-, 
— To Let nana and fjlo (8 hre.) Pont de Want , see t. W%.— T;" WV*^'^^ 
.^ponnai (5605% iiad Ihence to the (SOmin.l T*le it Bonsel iji»»>^ ""J^, 
(■*A«.,- <v,th guide) Lisn d-ArgerOini a«6'; tee -j. HBS).-'^"*'^^'' ^ 


298 ir.B.7t.-Map,p.Sti. YILIAES. 

m Qryon to Orntmt-Detau* 

a. [gnide iS (r.). The ro«d 
iBoendi the valley of the AvancoD to the (l^/g hr.) flhaleti of Serffnement 
(«*67. Here we otob* to the left hut, bat we retnni to the right brfoie 
reuhing (>/, hr.) SolaUx (*Sllf). A bridle-pith now uoenda to [IVi hr.] 
Anselndaz (6*10'; Aubeige Mureillnn, 9 bedB, plain), whence eipmta may 
uoeod the Diabieret (10,650'; p. !gl) in t'l, hn., with guide. Oor path 
neit reachea tbe (>;, hr.) Pa* d« ChSvIlle {fliWO. where we obtain a view 
of tbe Alps of ValaiB. We now deacend rapidly to the (M min.) chalet* 
of CbeviUe (bllO') lod triverae a rocky wilderaees, paeeing the ehaleU of 
Derborence (5(131, to [V, hr.) the Lac de Detboreitce (MBSn, formed by a 
faU of rocka in 1T14. The path now trayerses the debris en tbe right 
bank of its ontflow, the Ligeme, to tbe ['I, hi.) bridge (4140'), where we 
crnaa to the lefl bank. We than pass tbe Qhaleta of BetMn and descend 
the Y«L De TBiquEnr, high above the gorge of tbe Liierne. The path 
leida to tbe (1>/. hr.) CTapeiie Si. Seniard (3580'), at the end ot the gDrge, 
where an eilenaive view of tbe Rhone Valley ii diacloaed. We now 
deacend vii Aven, Brde, snd OnUAey, and finally follow the highroad to 

(liflh") A^, [p*s!i '"' "' ""^ °"'^° "" "° '" ' * "^ ' '" 

Beyond G-rjon the railway, dispensing with tbe racks ad-pinion 
system, crosses the picturesque wooded valley of the Gryonne by 
an iron bridge 165' above the torrent and ascends N.W. vii (6'/, M.) 
Arreres (4040'; H&t.-Pona. dosSipins; Pens. Pierrette, 38 beds; 
Monteaano, a ilieletie sanatorium), where a vieir of Hont Btanc is 
liisclosed, to — 

7V,M. VUlars. _ iroTKi.«. 'Vtllara iWnee, SSO beda from 7, B. 
i'l„ 1.. 6V«. D- », P. from IS fr., *U6t. du BTaad-Svvera», 180 beda from t., 
Jl. i, I,, e'l^ D. S, P. from 13 fr., both under the ismc manigflment anil 
ouon in winter alao; Qrand-HCtel, burned down in Ang-., IB^l; *Hut.- 
Peiu. BeUevue, lOU beda; *H6l. du Fare, 11& beda trom 5, B, i, I., b, 
I). 6, r. from 1ft fr. ; Victoria, iO beda. — I'ikbioiw. CAoJet BnneToont, 
Old India, de la l^ate, etr. — Vibitohs' T*i i fr. per week. — Qcideb. 
Alph. Luiaier, at Villara; Alb. Boriet, at Forchcl. — Eboltsii Chdrcu 
(aervinBH in July and AnguBl). 

Viilarasjcr-OUim (4130'), splendidly situated high above the 
Rhone Talley, is mncb frequented as a summer-resort and (or ita 
winter-sports. The environs are parlt-like, with benches at the best 
points of view and shady spots. Tbe sir is mild but bracing, and 
there is no N. or H. wind. Magnificent view {famous 'Alpine Glow', 
eomp. p. xv) of part of the Diablerets, the Grand and Petit Muyeran, 
tbe Dent de Morcles, the K. peaks of the Mont Slanc group with 
the Glacier da Trieut, the Dent do Midi, etc. A pretty walk leads 
8.E. to (V, br.) Joiw: deg Theys (view ot Mont Blane). 

The line descends and crosses the broad ravine of the PeNfe 
Gryoime by a stone bridge, 105' high. 

8'/,M. Cheai^rea — KoTia.s.'Or.-mt.daCliamoMalre.,\iO\,eA* 
■ " — ■-"-"■ - ■ — [.-Pane. BeMdire, 60 beds 

Etit. kn's 

'4'/i.i). a'/tlP.'fromlS 

CSte»iires (4000'}, nn the edge ot a plateau below the Mmta^ne 
in Tbilies, practically adjoins Villars and is likewise a summer 


CHAJTPEX. Knpi,fp.S9t,39i.-ir.S.J*. 297 

and winter resort. Avalk may be taken W. io LesEcoveU (4301'], 
at the foot ol La Trtiahe, witi a view of the Lake of Geneva. 

FromTilltirsB rack-anit-pinion railwa;(2'/,H.m'/ihr. ; 5 fr.30, 
there and back 6 fr, 50 c.) runa over the Col du Smd (4997') to 
the chajets of Bretaye (5938'; Pens. Bretaye-Chamossaire, 18 beds 
from 3'/ii P- fi'oni 11 fr.), the starting-point for tbe ascent of the 
'OhAinoBBBlre (6949'; bridle-path, 7t h^.), which commandB a cele- 
brated and picturesque panorama (Ormont valley, Bernese Alps, 
Disblerets, Weisshorn, Grand Mnvernn, Dent de Morcles, Mont 
Blanc chain, Dent (in Midi, Rhone Valley, and Lake of Geneva). 

From Bretsye a somenhit loagi path [guide desiiable) leirls past the 
■mtll Lac floir (MMO*) and the chlrming Lae del Chavomiei (BMO'; inn] 
to U'/ihr.) Jm tVrdae (J1S4'; imsll inni and to (SO niin.) £*■ Planehei 
(p. 293). 

From VilliiB to Les IHablereli over the Uol de la Croir, 4Vi hra 
(gaidp HfT., idviHiLle; horse tn the pass 16 fr.^, ate p. SM. 

74, From Martigiiy to Champex. 

Martigny (1565'), see p. 290. The railway leaves the Federal 
station, curves round the town to the E., and ascends the valley of 
the Drance. — 1'/, M. Martigny- Ville; 2. M. Marttgny-Bourg 
(p. 390); 2'/, M. Martigny-Croix. The village of La Oroix is 
1)11 the left bank, along which mns the SI. Bernard road (K. 80). 
The valley contracts and opposite Le Brocard (p. 309) tarns sudden- 
ly to the W. The railway crosses the ]>rance and then the Dur- 
nani torrent, near the mouth of its gorge. 

4Vi M. Lea Valeitu (2024'), station for Champex. Continuation 
of the railway, see p. 330. 

From Les Vilettsa it ia !0 mid. walk to the mouth of the OorKaa 
du Burnant |tickete i fr., at the reslauraiit). A woodeD pith with 
steps runs between the sheer sMfIs and above the foaniAtf L'asuades of 
the tottenl lo (V, lit.) the upper eud of the gorge, whence we miy aa- 
L'Cad by a wiadiag path to ('/, hr.J Lea Grangettea. 

The Champex road ascends to the W. of the Durnant gorge vii 
Lombard (2913'), OretUt, and Lea Grangeties (3684'), and then 
up a tributary of the Durnant, the Drance de Champex, vift Mari- 
uUy to (2Vs brs.) the chalets of Cbampex-d'ea-bas (4485'; two inns). 
Then via Champex-d'en-haui (4691') and the wall of the moraine 
(4901') by which tbe former Arpette glacier has shut off the highest 
part of the valley, to ('/s hr.) the ■ 

Lae de Cbampex. — Hoi'sls. *Gr,-Hot. deg Alpei it du Lae, 
idO beds from I'/j, B. 1>;„ L. H/o, D. SVc V. from 12 it.; 'Gr.-Wi" 
d'Oray, 80 beds, 'EdL-Pena. du Glacier, 95 beda, at both R. from 

from 4, B. 1^/,, 1.. ■i'/,, 11. 

298 ir.S.74.-lbpt,fp.a»>,M 

»■ CHAMPB2. 

Pera Onttcx 

, liO beds fiam 1, B. 

111.. I., i. D. B. P 

30 hed< ^n 
diily to (1-li 

frod "nif 'joa, 
ea of the 0. 


J%»«: Beau-i 
B. 11/,, L. B7, 
rotU, plsln 1 
OrHirei (p, S 

Jot'!] 'l. Ml! 

lite, 70 b«da; fiB(. du S'rand-'ft»nti», 
, D. i"/,, P. from B fr.; ifdt.-PeiM. Biiel 
bat good. — A lUBg»g«-c»rt goei Ihtice 
SO). — AjQLioiH Serviobs jn AttguKl, 

lurics Crettei; Heury Joseph Dnsy; A] 
rieler; Joseph Pellouohond. The inid 

;. br.) 

Xac (& C^fnpeo; (48S3'), a faTourite anmmer-reBort on the 
hink of a amall maraine-Uke, Ilea amid flowery pastures surroand- 
«d by dark pine woods, in an Alpine valley dominated by the Mont 
Cetogne an the N.E., the Clochers d'Arpette on the W., and the 
Breyaz on the S.W. Superb view of the Comhin group, wbicb is 
mirrored in the transparent lake. 

ExoDRaianB. Up the Grand Plan (6sei'; i hia.j, tbe Brej/ia (7801*; 
3 hra.), the Xont Categne ISSSO"; Si/i-* brs., guide li (r.), the Clocber 
d'Arpette (9S4B'; 6 biB., guide IE fr.l, tad the Six Carro (9S78'; 4 hn., 

S'de IS fr.| ; the Poittte da Zamepi [SMS'; b bii., goide 15 ti.) md Pointe 
Ecandiea (BUt"; 6 hra., guide ii Sr.) are more dlftcvlt. — A bildle- 
ptth leads tbro ugh the Vailie d'Arpette to t.a<l,bn.) Om Feallre d'Arpette 
(87RS'|, S. of tbe Folnte dea Eesndien, with an cicellent viev of the 
Trlpnt Hlioier (p. SOSJ. Descent either to (Si/i hi.] the CM de lo Foretat 
ide II fr,|, or, more fiticruing, -vii tbe Col de> Ecandiea (ales') 
Trient t^J^'^^ ^'-l;— *"' ^^^°^ )'',*^^- P^ "'J''*?"'"" 

DigniodD, Google 


75. From Oener* to Chamonii 301 

a. ViaSalUncheB 30t 

Uile, SOS. - St. OervHiB-lBB-BainB. Mont Blann Tram- 
way, SOS. — Gorges de la Dioaii, SOI. 

b. Yii Si« and the Col d'Antenie 304 

Fer i Cheval; Tite Felonse; Bust, »K. 

76. From Martigny to Cbsmonix 307 

EicnnioDB from Salvan. Dent du Midi, SOT. — Eicur- 
Bion» from Fiohint 308. Prom Martiguy to Le ChStf- 
Jard over the Col de la. Forcllz, 308. <kil de Balme, 
JiO. — Buet, 311. — AtgBBtiirB, SlI. 

77. Chamonix ajid Mont Blanc 313 

Montanverl, 315, — Ptom ChamoDii lo Uonmiiyenr over 
the Col du 0£nit. Uei de Glace, 317. — Chipean, 313. ~ 
BriTent 318. — Fligftre, SIB. — Gt»der ii» Boaaong, 
319.— Plan da rAiguillc. Pierre Pointue, sa).- Monl 
Blanc, S31. 

7ft. FromChamoDix toConrmayeor over the Cola dn Bon- 

homme and de la Seigne. Tour dn Mont Blanc . . 332 
Mont Joly, 393.- Mont de U Saie, 3!a ; Grande Rocb^re, 
3!!, — GrandH Joruiea. Col dn G£anl. Ai^oiUe du 
Giant. To Oraifttoa oTer the Ool dn Graad-Perret, SB7. 

73. From Conrmayenr to Aosta 328 

TSle de Cranmont. 8»8. — Little St. Bernard, S29. 

«(l. From Mwtigny to AoBta over the Great St. Bernard 330 
Val Ferret, Cibansa d'Orny and Julien-Dupuis, S30. — 
Uabane de Saleinai, Tour Noir, Aig. d'ArgentiJro, A^. 
diiChariloiinot,3Sl.— MonlBrilli.ValBorey. MontVelan. 
Grind Com bin, 33!.— From 8t. Bernard's Hoapice over 
Ihe Col da PenBtre to Martigny, 334. — Ejonraiona from 
Aeata; Becca di Xnna. Mont Fsmre. Yalpelline, 331. 

81. From Sembrancber (Martignj) to Aosta tbroDgh the 

Val de Bagnes 338 

Eicureiona from Cbable; caasen to Liddea and Sion, 
338.- EicursioDBrromFionnay; PinoaBitre Hut, Grud 
Combin; paesea to the Val d'HfirSmoiiije, S3B. — Eicnr- 
aiona fmn Hsumiaini Olicier de Gijlioi, 339; Mont 
Plenreur, Col de Vaseiay, 340. — Eionraiona from 
Chanrion: Uont Airil, Bninette! puao to the Val- 
sorey, Arolla, and Valpelline (AoBta|, MO, 341. 

83. Prom Martigny to Brigue 341 

From Sion to the Val de Nendai, S43 ; to the Mayeni de 
Sion, 343. —From Sierro to Montjin*, 3*4. — From Leuk 
tu the Bstlie of Leuk, 34ft._ Torrenthom, UnjlURliom, 
346, — From Qampel to the Latachen-Til, SW.—^Ia'q- 
-leifen, Bietscbhom, 847; paasea \a K»ii4Btsl,«s w^ 
Id tbf Batbt of Lenk; from the T>,ftei Wj o-Je' ' 

and tbir Batbi at Lenk; from the T>,ftei W-o o-'" * 
LBtssbHB-Ln<ike to the E^Hhorn "HoteX, Ml, »«. 


u\Qx K,litioii 


Ooate P^e 

3S. TheSonthemTsllej^oI theTaluBbetweenHartign; i 

sndVisp 349 

1. From Sion through the V»I d'HireiiR to EtoIpm, 

Arolla, aad Ferp^cle 349 

V»l d'Hirimeneo. Prialone. V»l Act Dii, 3B0. - 
A«i«nti fiDm EvoUds. Pic d'Aninol. 351. - Aicents 
fr(intAtalU:UiiiitDolin;L>R«u»eite; Pigned'Antlli; 

._...: Aig. d 

t Collon; EyBoub: Den 
les to thf VU d'Hi^i^mei 

Veiiivi, S53. — PolntcdeBiicolla, arm 

the Col de Totrenl to Ihs V»l d'Aoniviera, 35(. , 

, From Sierre through the Val d'AnniTierB to Vis- 1 

soye, ZinjJ, sad St. Lnc 355 ■ 

BicBtsiDns from Vlsioye; HStel Weieahoni, 3SG. — , 

Eieursioni tiom Zinil. Olicier ie Dannd| AlpP ie \ 

la I^i; Alpe d'ArpitatU; Kot de U Vwho ; Come dsa ] 

Puaes to Eroleni, Zermitt, ind Aanda, S57, SS8. — | 

proni 81. Luc oyer the Bella Tola to Gruben, 3S». 

. From Tnrtmann to the TnHmaim Vallev . . . 360 I 
Faaaea to Ziual, 360. — From Qmben to St. Kihlaiia I 

over the Augatbord Pus (Si-hwarahornl, 860. ! 

'rom ViBp to Zermatt 361 | 

From Yi«F to the Simplon oyer the Biatenen Faas, S^i. - 

Aacents ftom Kanda: Dora ; TiiBchhorn ; WeiaahoTD, SB.1. 1 

F.xcntaioDB froiD Zermatt. Goiner-Ont, »eii.— Flo- 
JelenOUciei.See.— Flnh-Alp; HShbalm; TTiftHotel; , 

Goroer Goigea; Staffei Alo, 3«7. - SchwariBee Hotel. i 

HitlerhorDHut,36S.— TheodulePaaa^ Bieitfaoin; Little I 

Hitteihotn; Theodulborn; RiSelhorn; Cima di Jiizi, j 

HM, -- Heltelhom; Unter-Oabelhoin; Wellenkoppe; I 

Ober-Rothorn; Strahlhoni; RimpGschhoni; Lyakair-' 
Monte Rosa; Sigualkoppe; Malterbom , K70. — 01 
Gabelbom; ZiDil-Rothom ; Dent Blanche: Dent i'. 
reni, 371. - QUoler Pasaea from Zermatt: Theod 
Paaa; Fn^g-Joch; Bteuil-Joch; Ool Tourninc 

Weiaamiea, 373. — Ascents from Saaj 

Mittaghom; E^iner: BritanniaHal 

hubel^ TUchhom; bom; SUdleDzi 
! Ulrichshom ; Alphubel-Jnch : Fee-Joi 

! Damjoch: Nadel-JocI 

; from Almagall; "'-=- 

Latelborn^ 376- 

/ S6. Fivm the Saas Valley to Macngnaga. vnd vnuud Monte I 

Rosa to Zermatt 'i'1% \ 




Bicniiioni f »>m Uncngnigi : Belvedsre ; Piiio Biuw ; 

ovor the CollB delle Locoie, 377. — E.cnraiona from 

AlBgni: mtapB Valaesii; Uotls dalle FIbbbi Colle cli 
Vildobbii, 378. — Kucnraiona from GreiBoney; Betto- 

linaP«s; KntarJooh. ST9, - Breuil, 9S0. 

The Simplon Railway and Koad 


Pauses frum BeciBal to Vano, 3S!. - AhcchU from tbe 

NimploD Fast anii pasaE» to Haia, 983. — From Ulrichan 

to Domodossola, Uries Pun. Falls of the Toait, SM, - 

Over the Nuf.nen Pass U ALrolo, SgS.-Prom Ihs Ton 

Falls to Aitolo and Bignaaeo, »e&, 388. 

88. From Brigue to Gletach. The Fvirka Railway. . , 


From Fiesch to th« BLnoen-Tal, 887. — EicnraioM from 

Wan, 388; passes to Biriaal, Baceno, 388; the Tosit 

Falls, aid Varzo, 388 From MOniter up the LOITel- 

horn and Blindeohom, 38B, ~ HtaoDe Olacier, 3Bt>. 

. From the Rhone Valley to the Aletsch Glacier . . 
Kucursions from the Bel Alp : Spsrthoni, Obe>Aletgcb 
Hut, 391. — Bieder Alp, 391. — Eiouraions from the 
H^gishom Hotel: Eggishara, Uaijeleo ■ See. Upper 

75. From Oeneva to Chamonix. 

a. V1& BaUanohes. 

5S M. Railwat (P.L.U.) to (U U.) Le Fayet-Bt-Bervaia in 2 hrs. 40 to 
3 hr». 10 min. (H ft. 70, 9 ft. 80, 6 tr. 10 o.; Prenoh monoj-); ELUCTttie 
RA11.KAI thence to (li M.) Oham&aix in eG-7I> min. Prom Geneva to 
Chamonii in i hn. 3G min. (IE fr. 96, IK fr. lli, 11 fr. «A c, Fienoh ; 66 lbs. 
of liigg!«e free). — Motor Cab of the P.L.U. in summer from Oeneva 
to (Stamonix in i hrs. (SO fr., French; day.retnm 81 fr.). — Pasapotla 
xee p. ivlt. French euatoms at Annemasee. ^ 

Geneva (Eani-Tives atation; Ft K, S), see p. 2&5. At (&'/*''*)- 
CMne-Bovrg (1385'), a suburb of Qeneva, is a monument to 
Louie Favre (p. 1S3), a native of tbe place. On tbe right ia Mont 
Blanc, betgreeu the pyramidal MSle (p. 303) and tbe twin peaks of 
the Pointe d'Andey (p. 303). — At (3 M.) MoiUemilaz we croae the 
Foron, the French frontier. 

37]M. AunemasBe (1420'; Rail. Beatanrant; EM. de France; 
Moderne fcTerminos; National; pop. 3000), junction for the Belle- 
garde and Le Booverat line (p, 372) and the tramway to SaraoSns 
(p. 305). In the Place de la Kairie it a bronze fltatne of Miehaei 
Servetns (p. 258), by Clotilde Roch (1908). 

The train backs out, crosBea the Arve near Etrembiires (left 
bank; SaUve tramway, see p. 2GS), and turns to iie \fttt. "mv\» 'i^fe 
valley of the Arve. Fiae view to the \ell, ■wifti -t^idULwA "»«»»«■ 

ranye in tbe bsckground 5»/, M. JWtmnetier - Mormct ^'^*^^- 

Jtornex (p. 366) Ik eisrwiingly situated on a MU Vo V^fe x\^'^- 


302 r.R.7B.-Uap,p.ies. cLltSM. 

crnu tbe Viaiiori by ■ viidnet of IT •rebes and farther on thf 
Foron. — 9'/* M; flewmier (1670' ; Hfit. dn Hont-Bluc ; de la 
G»re); ll'/t M. Pen-Jitmy-Cbevrier (1801'). 

13V. *t- Lft Rooho- Bor-Poron {1905'; HSt. de In Uroix- 
Blanche ; du Cbateau), a town uf 3100 inbab., un the left l»tnk of thf: 
Fnron, with the remains of a 12th cent, castle. 

The train crosses the Foron, and we leave the Annecy line (nee 
Baedeker'sSmUhem France) to Ibe right. Short tunnel. On the 
right are the clilTa of the Poiote d'Asdey ; on the left, the MMe and, 
farther back, the Voirons. We return to the Arve vallev. — Bfvond 
(18 M.j St. Pieire-df-RwniUy (Hftt. Beaii-aijoiir) we cross" the 
Borne and then the Arse. — SO'/s M. Bonneville (1475'; pop. 
3200; Hot. des N6gockntB; R<>t.-RD3t. Bougc), pictareaqnely situ- 
ated among vine-clad hills. Sti-ani-tramway to Jlonne, see p. 305, 

The *M61e Ifiiar), 1« the H.B. of Bonneville, in ueeoiled in ai/,-4 hn, 
by > hridle-pBlh vD. tbt PerOwii, thn GToiigr, d Birotl, and the Pail 
Milt (469B'iF.A.C.hi.t, 'I, hr. from Iho lop). Migniflcfnt view of Mont 
Blue. -Asntnt ftom St. Jeoin, nee p. aOS. 

Th« Pointo d'Audoy (KIM'), lo the 8. of Bonneville, is «Bcended in 
i-VI. hn., either vii (I hr.) Andey and the t^Vi hra.) CU dc DoineUa, oi 
vii (BV, H.i S'/i hn.) BriKiii (innj load thua f«) ud (1 hr.) Holaiioii. 
'I, hr. from the top. Splendid view (■omenhat iinjieiicd on Ihe S, by thr 
HnclutTe iJjj J,e>rliatir, n3tK<') and rich florii. 

The train ascends the valley of the Arve. Crossing the Giffre 
(p. 305), we reach (25M-) jtfar^iier (1530'; Hftt. deUGare; tram- 
way to I'ont-du-Rissc, near St. Jeoire, see p. 305). — 27'/* M. />? 
Naniy. — S^M.Claeoe (1590'; list. National, 27 beds; Central, 
21} R.), a watch-making town (2150 inhah.). 

A rosd ascends N. vii Ihe OOl de CMdilun (jwr) lo (« M.) Taniiigea 
(p. ^0!>); vhile aoolher road leada to the liKht to tt H.) Kaney-efir-aiiirs. 

The railway penetrates the Poitite de Ghevran (4030') by a 
tunnel and mns throogh the narrowing gorge of the Arve, on tlie 
right hank. Beyond (Sl'/t M.) Baline-^rdcJies (1624'; cafi^-restau- 
rant), to the left, 750' above the valley, ia the Grvtte de Bahne, a 
stalactite -cave hardly worth visiting {3</i hrs, there and back). — 
33>/t M. Magland (16G0'), at the foot of a steep cliff. Then, to 
tbe right, the Fointe d'Aren and the Pointo Perci^e, and, to the left, 
the Aignille de Varan (p. 303), — Boyood (36 M.) Oix we cross the 
Arve. To the left is the Catcade d'Arpenaz, fine after rain. 

The valley expands. Beyond Sallanohea opens a soperb *ViKVf 
of Mont Blanc, whose dazsling peaks, towering at the head of the 
valley, seem to annihilate the intervening distance of 15 M, From 
right to left, the Aignille de Bionnaasay, the D5mc da Gatlter, Mont 
Blanc itself, Mont Maodit, Mont Blanc do Tacul, Aignille da Midi, 
and Aignille Verte. 

dil£.8allanotieB (1770'; HOt. MichoUin, 50 beds ;Bean-Sejour, 
Mt tie station, 60 beds; de la lls,ote-Sa-iuw\ ^eWeiMe, Wi\w^*i, 
* little indastriaX town with 2000 inhahi^-aii^R, 


ST. GBRTAIS. lhp,p.3it.~v.R.7s. 303 

Tb« *Foiiita Farsto pMM'; t-a hra. ; with guide), i;oiiinMdiBR i Kn* 
vimr 0/ IConl B)inc, i> uDsndtd hcncs bi th« OhaUlt dtCttwr, Ihs Co/ 
rfo rsrd (90«n, uid tha N. *rita. Abont t hii. W. below the iiimiait is 
the AtAigc Sammge of the F.A.C. (1S8(0' — '^^^ FiHvte iTAren (SODI'i 
li'lt hn.), th« ^40u>a« il« Varan (816!)'; 1 hn.), ud tbe roiiOe dt OmUmeii 
(RNr; eVf hn.} ire inlereitiiig also (guide ueceieuy). 

41 M. PoMy-Domanay; 2 M. to the N.E., on the right bajik 
uF the Arve, is the Tillage of Paigy (2870',- HGt. de Pussy, 45 bed>i). 

At (13 M.) Le Fayet^t-Ctorvais (1906'; rail. reBtanrsnt) 
we change carriages for Chamonii (see p. 304), — St. Oflrvais- 
lea-BainB, a pariah of SSOO inhab. situated io the ValUe de 
Monljoie, which is watered by the Bon-Nant ('nant' = torrent), 
eompriaes three distiaci localities: Le Fayet, the Baitit de St. 
Gervais (1998'; 1/3 M. to the S. of the station), and the village of 
St. Geroaw-hs-Baing (2647'; 2'/. M. to the S. of the station). 

Le I'BTOt. Hotels: Alpea & Cerltou (June-Oct.). IW beds: HSt. de 
la Paix, ^beds; HSt. de la ^ire (Jnne-Oct.), MIL bom 6, U. K'V I" <"" 
D. X, F. from 20 fr. ~ The Baina ds Bt. Gervaia (•Qi.-HSt. de Savoie, 
with tbe iKino, tint-claas, in the erounds of Ihe hatha, 140 R., P. frum 
aO or 10 fr. ; Gr.-Hot. da Pare, ISO £, P. (rotn iO or 25 fr.) are much fre- 
<|iiuiiluJ frem Juoe to Oct. for their wana miaeriJ epringa. The pump-iooiii, 
vi'hicb waa dealroyed bT ■ bnnt of the Qlacier de Tate.Rouaie (p. 3») in 
imt, has been lebuilt in a safe poeition. — The vill^e of 8t. iWraia- 
les-BnlUB (itiSO'i *MoDt^oly Palace, HIO heda from 6, B. £>/„ I,. 10, D. IS, 
1'. /rijio a fr., *Grand, £00 B. from 8, B. 4, L. 10, D. IJ, P, from M tc, 
•Splendid Eoyal, 200 K. from 8, B. VU, K B, D. 10. 1'. from 20 fr.. Hot. 
'In Miinl-Blauc, iO It., Modern, 1>. frum fU fr., theae fiia opea May-Oct. ; 
Hoi. delaH«rii«Are, 40beds; Nouvcl-HBlol &H6t. de Ucncve), a fs»hion- 
»b1e beallh-roBort, is floely aituatod muuh bigber up, on the left of the 
vsllsy. It is 21J, M. from Lo Fayet by road (omn.; tram, sec belowj, 
m-if, mio. by the foolpatb, and iO mlu. from the balba. 

•TaAUv-iT DU Moirr-Bi,*iro (rack-and-pinion) from Le Fajot in enm- 
uier toBionnaaaay inShn. t^^fr.); to St. aervaii in Vi >>r. (a fr.); lothe 
Col de Vozi in 70 min. (19 f r. 75 c). Viewa lo the right. Tbe train atatla 
ri'om Die station of Le Fayet-St-Oervaia (190«'; see abova), stops al Cf, M.) 
the HaUe del Baina (ISICI, snd asoends throngh wvoda to tbe (1 U.) 
ViUage of St. Gemaie^e»-llai»t (2610'; see above). It than aacends rapidly, 
vil (i'U a.) JfonttDon (4S15'], aSoriiiuE beautiful views of the Arve valley, 
with the Aig. de Varan and the chain of the Arivia, and straight on of the 
Mootjoie valley as far ss the Col do Bonhommc, tbe Mt. Tondu, the hfiage 
GJaoier, elo. Farther ua, beyond the fHU M.) ridga of Mont torchtl, WB 
enjoy a magnificent view of the BionnasBsy Qlacier commanded by Mont 
Blanc, with the Foiute da Trioot and tha Aig. de Bionnaasay on tbe right, 
and tbe Ai;;. dn QoBter on the left. We then reach tbe atation of (4V« M.) 
Col de Voia (bar-, reatanrant]. Tbe Prarion leMa'-. fina viivwl mai Im 
easily aacanded henoe in IV^hr, vi& the PoviUon 

vii tbt 

of tha Chamonii valley opens on tbe left, sod <6VtM. 
. . ,>SSU'; rfmts.), crosses the rocky arSto of the Bajnai h 

haOiat (IjSSU'i rfmta.), crosses the rocky arSto of the Bognet by 
10rt tunnels, and reachea ita terminus al (71/, M.) Bioiaiattay (SiO"" 
the moraine of the Bionnosaoj/ Qlacitr, with ila beaatiful siSn 

Thence to the W.-i bra.) CJuUet-HSlel de Tete-Bimiie, e . . 

Walken from Le Fayet nay ccoea the Goi d« ^ TOK^iB^ >J«fl?A- 
h.'tween the 7V/^A'«iV^ifeJfOB(/ftr((M«nanrt the PraHrm l,t*<- »'»o'=*V\'' 
/^ fbKilfy mil CfK llimchfiin ft-« hra. (BUidB ilc«n«h\e »« 1" "* '■'^ ^!Sr?.« 
A loager but a,«rf iaUtn-gtiug roule (i;-! hri..) ie viit t\ve 13.>U^«-1 P*"™*"' 
du jyanen (nee above). 


304 V.S.75.~Mnpt,pp.SM,S/l. 

An HiliuMiie ruule <»-n hra.. witli )n>>')>} for monMuaeen leidi fron 
1,e Piyet to 8iit lii the ^adi^t de Plati, the C-AolPfK cA PCaU (p. .WM), 
md Ihe Col d« 18 Fortettu (78WO. Fine tie-n ; bntter (roni the FoinU 
:Ir.nat6{»in6'; J hr.). Q<ig<^Ent to tbfl cbiiirla ol Sola lenKf) mi tbnngb 
an impound tavids with ^e waterfalJB to Salnagny mtid 8ixt (p, 3<iti). 

The MmiiJiiy (aiW; p. S23) is lacended withoul difficnlty from St. Ger- 
Tiis in b hrs. DCBCsst to St. Nicolu-de-VerDce and (S hrs.) Ln C.<ntitiiin». 

The Eluctsic BAii.wt.v to ChunioDix crosscB the fion-Naat and 
the Arre to (44>/, H.) Chedde (1%5'; Hdt. National, 58 beds), be- 
yuad whicfh is tfae l&rge electru-cheuiicat esUblishoient of C'orbin 
&Co. The line, describing ■ wide curve, Hgun crosses the Arve, by an 
iron bridge of 150' span. It threads a short tunnel und enters 
Ihe wooded valley of Le Chatelard, where it passes (46 H.) an 
electric power -hanse (40001). p.] and, beyond another tunnel, reaches 
Ihe station of (47 M.) 8«rvoz (^661'; U6t.-Caf6 de la Gare). 

On the left s ro^ leads aciais the Aive to {'U M.) Senot {tMb'; 
Hoi. dw BorgOH, 84 bods: dr I'Europp,; de U Koufe-ire), nhencp wb nny 
vjait(lhr. then and Ijauk) the •GOTBei de U DloaoE lidm. l</<fr.; tlckel> 
*t thi' R«at. Jirdin, 1 U. from thu utilion), agrud ravine >/,U. in len^h, 
tlirODgfa which the Dioaai, a (onBot riling on the Bnet, daehes in tine cu- 
I'adea, - Ftdh SerroE to Siit (p. S06J over Ihe Ool du Diroehoir |T160'; 
5 hrs.) and the chalets of So/e» (';, hr.; p, a06|, JVrS hrs. (with guide), 
toilaome but inlerestiiig; uver tha Col d'Anteme (6 hrB.j p. 3Ue) and the 
t:h>1eta of Lf' Fondi (I'/, hr. -, p. SOfl), Isn^jrei (8>/i hra.) hut eiaier. 

The line ascends rapidly for ahoat a mile and passes the 
(48'/»M.) second power-house of the company (lO.HOOli. p.). At the 
head of the valley (1.) appear the D&me dn dotlter and the Aigiijlle 
du Midi. The line passes through the short Tunnel de la (.'aucade 
and crosses the Arvc by the *Viad'ai:t of Ste. Marie, with i;igbl 
nrches, 1 65' above the foaming torrent. — 5ll</i ^- ^^b Houohes 
13315'; hutelK, set p. 314), opposite the village of that name, at the 
rntranrc of the Chamonix valley. Pavilion de liellevnc, sec p. 32:}. — 
To the right opens a view of the Mont Ijlanc range with its glaciers 
(Glacicrti de la (rriaz, de Taconnaz, and des Bossuns). The railway 
crosses the Arve to (53 M.) lies BoBSona (3330'; hotels, see 
)). 314). After oHJsaing the stream twice more we reach the ter- 
minus at (55 M.) Chamonix (p. 313), on the E. side ot the village. 

b. Tift Sizt and the Col d'Anteme. 

BiiLwiT from Geneva to (S>/.U„ in 1&-S5 min.) Anntmiute (or bj tram 
No. li tiaa tbi; Place da Uolard in 40 rain.; sec p. tSl). — 9tbih Tiuii- 
1 M,, in Stra. (15 fr.). — OmnsuB 
, , „ f, (5/r.). [Motor-car from Silt to 
i.iu i:iji-u-uiitY«i, sei.itD Suspended in IBKl; carr. 16-SO fr.l -- Prom Siit 
to CHamonix Bbidi.h Pith (11 hrs.) over the Col d'Anteme and Col da 
BrSvent (guide not indiepensahle in good wealhErl, rather faliguiug if we 

Cbilet-HStel du Col d'Anteme. p. 300). Splendid views of Uont llanc. 
From Geneva to (3'/, U.) Annema8se,Kee'9.%(i\. kt.tbeN. end 
of AnnemMBB lie tramway turns to *«"£. (r\%VCi»,TL4-™iia"a\%,M<i\^ 
drande, £as-M<mt.lwuai, and Bwlij Ui ^,ftHi^^ !«■ Bct^m*. V>.^*Ki'\. 


U P*amofrf«. 8AM0ENS. «aiu,pp.toa,sss.— V.B!7B. 305 

The Pralaire (4630'), the S. peak ot the YoironB (p. 267), m»y be 
ascended hence in 3 brs. Tit {*/, hr.) Lucinges and Leg Oets. Qrand 
view. — 91/, H. Bonne (HSt. dn Navire), on the Henoge. Branch- 
lioe to (8 M.) Bonneville, see p. 302. ~ From (lO'/j M.) Pont de 
FiUinga (1784') a diligence rnna to (4'/, M.) BoSge (2487'; HCt, 
de la Balance), the best starting-point for the Voirons (2 br», ; see 
p. 267),~Th<n through the valley of the Foron to (13'/iM.) Viuz- . 
fn-SaUaz (2007'). To the left is the Pointe des Brasseg (4940'), 
to the right the M61e (see below). 

16V,M,St.Jeoire(1925';Hat. deeAlpes, 30 beds; de laCon- 
ronne), a little town (1650 inhab.) with an old castle and a Btatne 
or Sommeiller (1815-71), one of the engioeem of the Hont Cenls 

From St, Jeoiie a eteim-tiBniwiy cnni iij> H'l, M.] Pont du Rtsse (see 
hpro.-l and {3 M.) Le Breuillet lo (4Vj M.l XaHgmer (p. SO!). 

The •Uaie (613!'; e«e p. SO!), Wording a gimi view of Moat BUiir. 
^ddthi: ArveviiUey, is Mcended in 41ini. from Bl. Jeoire by the chilflta of 
ehar-d'eit-Paa, Char-d'en-Eaia , L'JEaiHeu (small inn), and the (Xte-d- 
Hfevlr'. A aomewliBl sfaorter lonte leads by La Tour, the chalets nl Bovire, 
Ihe Grange a Btrud, and the Fetil^XSle (p. 30!). 

17'/: M. Pont du Rum. The road ascends a narrow gorge, and 
then enters the valley of the ffi;p^. Admirable views to the right. — 
aO'/i M. MJeusay (2225'; Hftt. Moderne), at the W. base of the 
Pointe do Marcellyfaee below). In front rise the Buet and Mont 
Blanc. We stirt the Soc de Suets (30l)3'). 

34'/, M. TanJngsB (2303'; Hflt. de Paris, 35 beds; du Bras 
de Fer; des Balances), a bnsy little tovm (2250 inhab.) with the old 
xbbey of Melon, now a school. Road to Cluses, see p. 302. 

A bridle-path leads hence N.W. to his.) Lo PiM-do-Lya (MIS'; 
Hot. dn, 60 bedi), a health-resort with a fine view, whence 
., ....... j^ Marediy 16Kb') may be ascended in 3 hra., with gnide. 

the VaUey of the Drance, aee 
IB to Motiitte (p, SIS) in Si/, hn 
We ascend the valley of the Crifte by La Fabad, Jutleninge, 
and (35'/, M.) Verchaie-MoriUm (hotel). 

31 M. SamoSns (pron. as Fr. 'samoin'; 2280'; HOt. Bellevue, 
llObeds; Commerce; Croisd'Or&Mont-Blanc,P.from 18or20fr.), 
the terminns of the tramway, is a summer-resort prettily sitaated 
at the base of the Rocherg de Oriov, {7380'). Fine view from the 
chapel above the church (10 mln.). The Alpine garden of the Paro 
Jaysinia, od a hilt crowned by a ruined castle, deserves a visit. 
Prom Samoens to Champ^rJi (p. 391), over the Col de la aoUle and 
Col de Coux Ip. J73), ehri. (gside unnecesBaT;); over tba Cot de Joaplane 
or the Col de la Oolite to « hrs.) Tlmnon, see p. !73. 

Beyond Samoens the Sut Road enters t,he i^a.-noti Dt^^« 
Tinei. As the nlley expands we see lo oiw tiglM. 'L\ie'?o«A» **■ 
Sa/es tad the Poiote ifps Places, Bnrt to out \rf\. \.Ve'?\t ifc^w-"^^" 
'erge (p. 306). 


30B rff.7s.-WBi>f.pp.Hs,»i/. sirr. 

35 M. mit,oTL'AbbayedeSia*(a*fih'; HAt. du Fe<r-JL-Ch«val, 
in the old abbey, 48 beds), occupies a saperb site. 

A narrow io»d ucmdi the right bank of tho Qi/Tre to (I hr.) Ili« 
Caiaim du Ftr ■ A- Ckand, vith ;> Vlvedero. We take the path to Vie 
Ml jnat. Bhorl of a slant croia (6 minO and pau a memorial to the land- 
Hliil« .pf IHW, the rrinaids of which, now ooTBred with worlds, fill tha 

>a»d , 

til the Cirque de IJavan 
I deicend from the clifTa i 

Fine tIswb frem the COIlei d'AMeme (6900'), 3</. bra. B.. and frou 
the Croix de CWnmune (93401, 3'/H l>r». B. — The »T6to Felonae 
(B1«0, aacBDded vil the lae de Oert in H hts., with tniidc, oSers no 
ilifficnlty; Sne view of Mont Blanc. The deicenl may he made over the 
stony Blopes ('Upiiz'l of the Diaett de PlaU to the Vtuileig de Plots, and 
then over the Eiccdisrt de PkiU to Le Fayet (p. 309; diiiy path, tecalling 
IheGemmi). — ThePointOdsaalea (B1830, from the (4 bts.) chalets of 
Salt* [p. aol) by the 8.W. side in s hrs. (with gnide), not difBcult. The 
ascent b:^ the B. tide demands sktlfol c limbing.— The Pio de Taane- 
TOFge (9785T, by the Cbi de Tannecergr (819*0 i" B brs., or by the 
Coi (lu Sageroux (imT) in 10-11 hrs,, with guide, ie difBcnIt, but com- 
mande a eplendiil view. Sleep descent from tlie Cal de Taniieieree Co 
the rt hr«0 Barberine But (p. 308). 

The 'Buot (10,axn may be ascended from Siil in U-I bra. (guide nol 
Indispansabte). Abont'/ihr. beyond SoJcoan^ (nee bclowl the bridle-path 
winds up to the left to the [i hia.) ChaUt-II/Uel du Buet (HNW; IB beds), 
whenee we ascend by the ridge of the Qraiainni (811O0 and the N. attte 
to (he (S hrs.) summit (comp. p. 311). Descent to (2 hrs.) Pirrrr A Bfrard 
see p, 311. 

loilBome. witli guide; to Ze Fayrt by the Fortetbis, or over the CW du 
DSrochoir, see p. 30J. 

The Bbidle Path to the Col d'Aaterue (to Cbsnioaix 11 hrs.; 
30'/, M.) sscendB the ValUe des Fond* to the S., pust two pictnr- 
csqne waterfalls on the right, to ('/i hr.) Saioagny. Beyond the 
Bnet path (1.; */* hr.) and the Cascade an Bouget (r.), we ascend 
to the left to the Chaleta des Fonda (4530'; rfnita. and simple 
quarters), 2 hra. (4'/, M.) from Sixl, at the W. foot of the Baet. 
About 8 min. farther on, beyond the bridge, we ascend in nn- 
itierons windings to (2 hrs.) the Signal or fios du Cid d'Anierne 
(6810'), 7 M. from Sixt. We then traverse the undulating plateau, 
skirting the Lac d'Atiteme (6693'; avoid the npper path to the left), 
and ascend to (1'/) hr.; 10 M. from Sixt) the *Col d'Anterne 
(7410'), where a stupendons view of Mont Blanc is suddenly re- 
vealed. We descend lo the left (path tij the right to Ayer and Servos, 
[1.304; 2>j, hrs.) to the (20 min.) Chalet-HGtel du Col d'Anleine 
\f,hf.h': 8 beds) and into the valley <if the Diimaz, whiHi wi> eri'ns 
after 1 hr. by a wooden bridge (5535'; the new bridge short of the 
old one should be avoided). We then ascend past the CAaJe/sd'Jrfeve' 
(ei2Ji-) to the (2'/, bra.) *ColdTlBT6■V6^litl>^^^WV■^lV«Vlf[l\va» 
aoofhfir Buperit view of Mont Blanc. DcRcpn\.i\^ Hau-pfci'ii,-^ ■AN-i^ 
io (2 hm.) CkamimvT. {p. 31 S). 


76. From Uart^y to Chamonix. 

£3 M. KucTEic Railwic ID S'lft'l, hi8. Tu Vatlorcinc, wheio wu 
rliimgB, ISV.M. in »"/.hra. (IB fr. 10, 10 ttr ie e.); thenfe to fftawciiii!, 
l»/iH.. P.L.M. RlilTay id 1 br. [66 lbs. lu^Ige free). SnIsH nuxtomi it 
i« Chitelitd, fnanh at VKllorcine. PiHporl*, ibb p. iTii. — Cabhuor 
from MiTtignj to Obsmunii avur the Col ife la FgrcUi (p. 9081, accordiDg 
to iiTkiigoinent. Horse and guide tioai Murtigny to tliQ Ciil de Baloic 
(p. aiO), vis the Col ie la Porolai, abont 30 fr. 

Mariigny (1542'), see p. 290. From tbc railway atatiun the 
ulectric railway traveraes the town to C/, M.) MwrHgny-Ville, then 
roBB N.W., croasing the Drance, to (»/, M.) La BS&as, at the foul 
uf the caatie-hill, and follows the highroad to the station of (3 H,) 
Vemayaz (p. 290), at the entrance to the Gorges dn Trient. The 
line eroasea the Trient and ascends the hillside (rach-and-pinian 
Tor I'/t M.), threading three tauuels and commanding Qne views of 
the Rhone valley and the Dent it Morcles, It then ascends to the 
rocky plateau of the Flan du Sovrd and to the {5 M,) station of 
Salvan-lea-Grange» (3074'), at the N. end of the vill»ge. 

Salvan. — Hothm. 'Grand-Hotd. 15 beds from 3, B. IT, [,. 1, I), i'!^, 
P. from 10 fr. ; JfoJi-HgiOT, near the elation, 45 beds: H6t..pen» rfe» Glfrga 
liii Triigc, 4b beda; BdUaae, 60 beds; de I'UnioH, SO bsdi from ail., 
n. l<lt, L. 3V|, D.VIt, P. fiom sSi.; H6t.-Pemi. BO-Air ; Saieie ^ de la 
Poate, SO beds; Pem. Victoria. So beds; Pem. Joti-Siff, »5 beds from 
»V„ P. from 9fi-.; du Luiiiii.- At Biolley, Pent. Cheteavj.: ~ Ai 
LeoOrangPs: Or.-Udt. dee Qrangcn, 70 beds (com i, B. l"/j, 1,. 1, P. fi. 
P. from 10 fr.; det Gorget du DaiUeu, )»berl»; Hdt.-Feiui. Gaii-Bnbmis, 
411 beds from 3, B. H/i, I.. 9Vi. ^- >, 7. from S (r. 

UuiDEJ). Lonia Qasp, Coquoz, Frantois Dtlai, Uanr. D6caUlet, Artbur 
KcTU, Alex. Bochatey. 

SoZwin (3036'; pop. 500), with the pariah church of the valley, 
is i. summer-resort, visited also for winter-sporta. In the village 
is an erratic boulder, the Pierre Berg^re, IS' in height; and on the 
Rocher du Planet are Bume cnrions prehistorii; aculpturea. Ad- 
joining Salvan on the N., on the hillside, are the hoases ot BioUey 
(3248'), and '/, M. farther is the hamlet of i,es Granges (3425'). 

EicuasioBS. A good patb leads from Les QranBB. viS &e Ool de la 
Matte {iilin 'o [IV, hr.l Von-iTen-Hoiri {4«0'], at the foot of the Dent 
du Saiantin (8163'), In the VaOey of t/te BaJanfe. We may return through 
the fine OorKoa du Dailley, st the end of which i> the piclureaque 
auc<v2ei;ui>aiUcti.— AaDSTieTofMontBIaDF, the Brand CombiD, etc, 
is obtaineii from the Mayena de la Orta»e (CreHtas, 61W; S'/r^ bts.), 
to which a pleagaol pith (Boiled for riding) leads through wood. — A bridle- 
path leads vii Van-d'en-H&nl (see above) lo the Wt hra.) Solanfo Alp 
|<iiao'; Hot.-UeBlaniant D^lez), an admirable point of view. — Thelioiain 
(9140'; Kbra.; guide ISfr.). altraolive: from Salvau via the (iV, hn.) 
I'halets of Etnaney (S07D'; secommoitation) to the (X hrs.) IM d'Eiianpu 
(IMff), and then to the right by the irBte to the (1 hr.) summit. Snperli 
vieT of (he Alps of theBemese Oberland, the Savov a&d Ue>«'^^a».- 
Descent in 1 hrs. to the SaUnfe Alo. - -Dent iMlftlSa VHowU (jv™. 
10.6S5'; a hrv. ,■ EJiide SO. lo ChampAry R8 (t.l, a loWwimn \^^i^ xVn"**:" 
-R.) Salanfr. Mp «e 


p,p. JS9. PINHADT. f^i^ Kartlgny 

■ide(Le Grind RsTi 
nets in e-T hn. (dilEcDlt: guide 46 b,), g 

From SiItbii the traio yceads in windiDgs tad tbreada a tunnel 
li>(6M.)LesMardootteH (3385 '), below the village (3575'; H6t. 
dca Marecottes, in an open sitnatioti, 40 beds from S'ji, fi. l'/ii 1'- 
3'/j, D. 4V». P- 'f"" ^f""-; <'« TEsperance, 25 bedfl, P. from 8fr.; 
de I'Avenii', 35 beds; Juli-Sfaat, S5 beds; Pens. Mscey, Englisb), 
n charmingly aitnated summer- resort. EKCursions as from Salvan 
(p. 307) ; to the Col de la Gueula (3'/, brs.). see below. — The linr 
is carried along the hillside high above the Trient and bfjond two 
tunnels crosses the gorge of (he Triege, 

7 M. LeTrfitien, or TriyuCTii (3484'), above the village (3260'; 
Bit. da Moot-Rose, 30 beds; de la Dent du :Midt; Pens. Chalet rle 
la Forit), which lies on Ihe highroad, '/i M. from the entrance tn 
the Gorget du Triige (adm, 1 fr.). — The line continues on the cliff 
to (9 M.) Finhaut-Giil-roi (4025'), below the village of — 

Finhaut. — Hotils. *Gr.-H6t. BrMol. \W beda from JVi. B. 1^/,, 
L.4t/fc D. 61/,, P. froDi nh.-, •Or.-Bot. de riiihaul, 74 beds, •GT.Sdt. 
Bd-OieeOH A VUta Victoria, 100 beis, •Beaa-Stjou.r, TO bfdi, at thfse 
three R. fiom i, B. Vl„ L. 4, D. I-, P. frum 10 fr. ; BSL-Pem. dHJIant-BCaxe. 
60 beda troiB 8, B. l"/« L- 3'/i. D. 4, P. (torn S fr. ; Btatt-SUe; de la Croh- 
F^draZe. iSbeii; du6laclerfdvPemm;detAipe;i0bei». AtOi^troz: 
H6t de QUtna, BO bud* from a, L, 3>l,, D. 4, P. from S'U fr. ; Edai, W beds 
from IVi, B. 1»/,. L. 4";„ D. ft"/,. P. from 11 fr, 

EBOtWH Cnukoa (servicee .raly- August). - (iuioK, Justin Lugun. 

Fitihaut or Fiiu-Hauti (4060'), a charmingly situated village, 
is a frequented health-resort. Fine view of the Trient valley, with 
Ihe Glacier dn Trient and Hie Aiguille du Tour. The hamlet of 
Gi«riK or Gitroz (4387'), 2 M. to the S.W. of Finbant, on the 
rb&telard rood, commaads a view of Mont Blanc, 

In 1 brli^ over tha Ea'a-Noire and aasead un the light to the hotal. 

BiouKBioMs. To tta Bet-Oiicau (S666-), 4 bra., guide 15 fi.; La Beh- 
armm (8116'), 3Vi brs., guide 1! fr, ; the Fontcmabraa (8850'), 4-4Vi hrs., 
enldelSfr,— AgDod path, mostly thioDgli wood and joined if ter 40 min. bv 
tbB patb from Lea MaHoottes yU Li CrSta and Fenealtal, iscende W. to 
the WU h",) 'Ool de la Onenla (6SS1'; inn in summer), to the S. of tlie 

tb 1 splendid vlen 
icier dn Trii ' 

and of i 

tU locky knob of 'Six Jeur (6746'), SO min. 
o.r,. — A swep nesceni lema into the SaK-Koire FoW«v to the chileti 
of Bmoiion (6S20'), whence we aacend through a rocliy gorge on Ibe left 
bank to the chiicis of Barberiiie ind (H/, hr.) the — 

Batberine But of (he S.A.C. (eiS6'; keeper; accommorlation for 45), 
Ttiia is the beat aUrting.point for the BO-Oieeaa (aee ibovo; 2>/a bn.), 

necessary for eipertB). — 7V)ur'saJiiires(ia)(>S7'),Tii the Epanle (096U)'and 
Ibe ej:. arSte, 6 bra., with guide (45 fi,; oomp. above]. — Mont Buan 
(lOiOOS'l. vii the Olacier del Foirds and the S,E. side in li/^ hrs., not 
ditBealt lor erperts (guide 45 fr.), or ^moTe inltTestinel via the Col dt 
'- 2bur-&iaiirei (9433") md the B. «!Ae in Ij>U\"»- Vl^^^aWi. — PiAiA* 
f Settet (90S6'; i bra., gnlde 30 It.> sni Pic de Taiv-MMWfte iS(\Wi- 

teOhamontx. COL DE LAFOBCLAZ. Udp.p.XSP.- 
- La Finite (9iaT), vii the npUnd 

SVi ha.). 

iHuite Pointe, 87W), 4 lire., difficult (gaids i 
Cuntrslo (BITVI S hra., very diffionll. 

The line now desceods, croaaing three atreamB. To the left opeaH 
the valley a[ Trieot, vith Ita beantifal glacier. In tlie foregruunit 
(r.)istheHCtelite1aT£te-Hoii:e(p.310). Passing through wood (ti\T> 
tunnela) we enter the valley of the Ean-Noire and reach {11 M.) Ije 
CStdidard-VUlage <3T04'), and then proceed past the Reslauranl 
de la IladeleinK (p. 310) to the Swiss frontier -station uf (ll'/alll,) 
lie Gh&telard-Trtent (3680'; Rail, BesUnrant; HOt. Snisse dn 
ChStelant, 50 beds from 4"/,, L- 4'/,, D- 5'/,, P- Iron, 11 fr.}, near 
the cnnHuence of (he Swiss Kau-Noire, which here forms the frontier, 
with tho Savoy torrent of the same name. On the Swiss stream, 
Vj hi', farther «p, is a waterfall (164') known as the Catoade rfe 
Barbeii'ne (adni. 1 fi'.). Continuation of the railway, see p. 310. 

fauH Mautjonv to Lk CfurKi.AiiD ovkk tiikCui.o£laFuiii;i,a:!, 
ill M. (carr., see p. SVT; 5'/, hrs. walk). Beyond Hartigny-Bonrg 
I hi' ruad crosses tutlie left bank of theDrance and reaches Xa Crou: 
(|). 29T). To the right diverges the 6ld road, preferable for ped- 
cstriaus. New the village of Le Srueard (1771'), "/j|M. farlher 
im, the Col de la Forciaz road leaves