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Huttwil
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Stage 2, Huttwil–Napf
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Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Stage 1, Langenthal–Huttwil
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 27, Willisau–Huttwil
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 28, Huttwil–Burgdorf
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Huttwil
Herzroute
Herzroute
Stage 6, Burgdorf–Willisau
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Passwang–Oberaargau
Passwang–Oberaargau
Stage 2, Balsthal–Huttwil
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L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
Stage 3, Bern–Huttwil
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L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
Stage 4, Huttwil–Hochdorf (Urswil)
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Herzschlaufe Napf
Herzschlaufe Napf
Stage 1, Willisau–Langnau
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Huttwil
Huttwil

Huttwil

The small town of Huttwil in lower Emmental has a beautiful main square in classic style, dominated by the church. Huttwil is also known for its National Sports Centre and as a departure point for Napf mountain country.
Huttwil, often called the «Flower Town», lies above the confluence of the Langeten, Rotbach and Wyssachen rivers in Canton Bern, close to the border with Canton Lucerne. The town is a traffic intersection between Emmental, Oberaargau and the Lucerne hinterland.

It has many leisure facilities, one of the most important being the National Sport and Culture Centre (NSZ). This consists of an ice stadium, outdoor ice rink, athletics facilities, football field, indoor climbing wall, restaurant, various seminar and lecture rooms, a triple gymnasium and two buildings offering accommodation. The sports centre is a modern training and competition centre and a venue for a variety of events. Huttwil’s leisure options are rounded off by a large open-air swimming pool.

The ground floor of the Salze Cultural Centre houses the Salzbütte Museum with its local history collection. The town centre received its classic appearance after a fire in June 1834. Adjacent to the village square and church is the historic «Mohren» inn. This was mentioned as an important pilgrims’ hostel as early as the 13th century, as Huttwil is on a section of the Route of St. James. The town is also a departure point for a tour to the Napf, a popular scenic hiking destination in the Emmental.

Highlights

  • Old Town – following a major fire in 1834, Huttwil’s centre was reconstructed in a uniform classic style.
  • National Sports and Cultural Centre (NSZ) – training destination for many sports teams.
  • Napf – scenic mountain vantage point (no road), enthroned above the hills and dales of Emmental; a superb hiking area.
  • Rohrbachgraben – rural community in the Langetental with a nature and medicinal herb garden containing over 1000 plants as well as an ostrich farm.
The small town of Huttwil in lower Emmental has a beautiful main square in classic style, dominated by the church. Huttwil is also known for its National Sports Centre and as a departure point for Napf mountain country.
Huttwil, often called the «Flower Town», lies above the confluence of the Langeten, Rotbach and Wyssachen rivers in Canton Bern, close to the border with Canton Lucerne. The town is a traffic intersection between Emmental, Oberaargau and the Lucerne hinterland.

It has many leisure facilities, one of the most important being the National Sport and Culture Centre (NSZ). This consists of an ice stadium, outdoor ice rink, athletics facilities, football field, indoor climbing wall, restaurant, various seminar and lecture rooms, a triple gymnasium and two buildings offering accommodation. The sports centre is a modern training and competition centre and a venue for a variety of events. Huttwil’s leisure options are rounded off by a large open-air swimming pool.

The ground floor of the Salze Cultural Centre houses the Salzbütte Museum with its local history collection. The town centre received its classic appearance after a fire in June 1834. Adjacent to the village square and church is the historic «Mohren» inn. This was mentioned as an important pilgrims’ hostel as early as the 13th century, as Huttwil is on a section of the Route of St. James. The town is also a departure point for a tour to the Napf, a popular scenic hiking destination in the Emmental.

Highlights

  • Old Town – following a major fire in 1834, Huttwil’s centre was reconstructed in a uniform classic style.
  • National Sports and Cultural Centre (NSZ) – training destination for many sports teams.
  • Napf – scenic mountain vantage point (no road), enthroned above the hills and dales of Emmental; a superb hiking area.
  • Rohrbachgraben – rural community in the Langetental with a nature and medicinal herb garden containing over 1000 plants as well as an ostrich farm.

Arrival and return Huttwil

Adresse

Pro Regio Huttwil
Marktgasse 1
4950 Huttwil
Tel. +41 (0)62 962 55 05
info@regio-huttwil.ch
www.regio-huttwil.ch

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Hiking in

Huttwil
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Stage 2, Huttwil–Napf
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Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Grenzpfad Napfbergland
Stage 1, Langenthal–Huttwil
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 27, Willisau–Huttwil
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ViaJacobi
ViaJacobi
Stage 28, Huttwil–Burgdorf
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Cycling in

Huttwil
Herzroute
Herzroute
Stage 6, Burgdorf–Willisau
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Passwang–Oberaargau
Passwang–Oberaargau
Stage 2, Balsthal–Huttwil
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L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
Stage 3, Bern–Huttwil
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L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
L'Areuse–Emme–Sihl
Stage 4, Huttwil–Hochdorf (Urswil)
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Herzschlaufe Napf
Herzschlaufe Napf
Stage 1, Willisau–Langnau
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