Begin your Mount Stanserhorn excursion by taking a step back in time. Travel on a vintage funicular from 1893 from Stans to the middle station of Kalti. Continue the alpine experience as you transfer to the world’s first double-decker open-air CabriO cable car. The extrordiary 360-degree views offered by this cable car will leave you speechless for 7 minutes, and when you arrive at the top, you will feel like a lifetime has passed by! At the top of Mount Stanserhorn the views will not disappoint, you can see for nearly 100 kilometers, including views of three countries, and ten lakes in Switzerland. This excursion will definitely be a “high”light of your Swiss journey.
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Experience the beauty of Stanserhorn on the world’s first double-decker open-air CabriO cable car
- Round trip travel from Stans on a funicular train to Kalti and transfer to a double decker open air cable car to the top of Mount Stanserhorn
- View of 10 Swiss lakes, over 62 miles of Alpine mountain range and 3 countries
- Issued as a paper document
- Access to the Rondorama revolving restaurant offering 360-degree views of the Alps
- Children under 6 travel free sharing adult passenger’s seat
- Included with Swiss Travel Pass
- Meet the Stanserhorn Rangers on duty daily from 10am – 4pm
- Mount Stanserhorn operates from April 8 - November 12, 2017.
- Closed for maintenance November 13, 2016 - April 7, 2017.
- Discounted fares are only valid with a Swiss Travel Pass, Swiss Half Fare Card and -
Eurail Passes that include Switzerland please refer to the type of rail pass you have when selecting your tickets.
- All child rates are valid for children ages 6 -15.
- Children under 6 are free.
- Children traveling with a Swiss Family Card are free when they travel with a parent or guardian that is traveling with a Swiss Pass. Where noted below, please indicate the number of children that are NOT covered by the Swiss Family Card. Note: these children will be required to purchase a ticket.
- Train Tickets, Swiss Transfer Tickets are not valid for rail pass discounts.
- Tickets are valid for six months from the date of purchase.
- Prices are subject to change.
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