925 Höch Flue
925 Höch Flue

Mountainbiking

Höch Flue

Höch Flue

Emmetten–Emmetten

Route report
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Höch Flue

Höch Flue

Although this tour does not go quite as high as its name suggests, you will be biking high above Lake Lucerne and at times looking down over a 400m high rockface at the land-scape below.
A view over Lake Lucerne, the two Mythen and the Rigi greet you during this tour. The easy biketour will win you over with its many viewpoints rather than with its technical challenges.

After a gentle start, past the Kreuzkapelle towards Seelisberg, we reach Brennwald. Here it goes straight onto a gravel road, which is wide enough to ride next to each other – as long as you don’t meet someone coming in the other direction. Time and again we catch a glimpse of Lake Lucerne, 600m below us – a real pleasure.

But then it gets serious. A great single trail leads you for 3km down over roots, rocks and meadows. Take a break by the Maria Sonnenberg Chapel overlooking the Rütli meadow and the mighty Bristen. Don’t forget your swimming things, an idyllic mountain lake in Seelisberg is 1 km away and perfect for a quick dip to cool down. There is another short, steep ascent leading you back up into the woods before heading back to Emmetten, the way you came.
Although this tour does not go quite as high as its name suggests, you will be biking high above Lake Lucerne and at times looking down over a 400m high rockface at the land-scape below.
A view over Lake Lucerne, the two Mythen and the Rigi greet you during this tour. The easy biketour will win you over with its many viewpoints rather than with its technical challenges.

After a gentle start, past the Kreuzkapelle towards Seelisberg, we reach Brennwald. Here it goes straight onto a gravel road, which is wide enough to ride next to each other – as long as you don’t meet someone coming in the other direction. Time and again we catch a glimpse of Lake Lucerne, 600m below us – a real pleasure.

But then it gets serious. A great single trail leads you for 3km down over roots, rocks and meadows. Take a break by the Maria Sonnenberg Chapel overlooking the Rütli meadow and the mighty Bristen. Don’t forget your swimming things, an idyllic mountain lake in Seelisberg is 1 km away and perfect for a quick dip to cool down. There is another short, steep ascent leading you back up into the woods before heading back to Emmetten, the way you came.
17 km | 1 Stage
Asphalted: 8 km
Natural surface: 9 km
of which Singletrail: 2 km
660 m | 660 m
medium | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Emmetten, Post
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Signalization

Signalization
This route is only signposted in one direction: Emmetten–Höch Flue–Seelisberg–Emmetten

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Emmetten, Post
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Contact

Region Klewenalp-Vierwaldstättersee
Kirchweg 12
6375 Beckenried
Tel. +41 (0)41 624 66 00
willkommen@klewenalp.ch
www.klewenalp.ch

Services

Accommodation

Hotel-Restaurant Rössli
Hotel-Restaurant Rössli
Beckenried
Seminarhotel Seeblick
Seminarhotel Seeblick
Emmetten
Jugendherberge Seelisberg
Jugendherberge Seelisberg
Seelisberg
Wissig-Hof
Wissig-Hof
Seelisberg
City-Hotel
City-Hotel
Brunnen
Hotel Schmid & Alfa
Hotel Schmid & Alfa
Brunnen
Seehotel Waldstätterhof
Seehotel Waldstätterhof
Brunnen
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Places

Beckenried - Klewenalp
Beckenried - Klewenalp
Emmetten
Emmetten
Gersau
Gersau
Seelisberg
Seelisberg
Brunnen
Brunnen
Morschach
Morschach
Sisikon
Sisikon
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Places of interest

Wood Trail und Natural Bike Park
Wood Trail und Natural Bike Park
Treib - Seelisberg Cable Railway
Treib - Seelisberg Cable Railway
Rütli
Rütli
Sweet chestnuts on Lake Lucerne
Sweet chestnuts on Lake Lucerne
Swiss Knife Valley Visitor Center
Swiss Knife Valley Visitor Center
Swiss Holiday Park
Swiss Holiday Park
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Swimming

Lido Seelisberg
Lido Seelisberg
Lido Hopfräben Brunnen
Lido Hopfräben Brunnen
Swiss Holiday Park Morschach
Swiss Holiday Park Morschach
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Signalization

Signalization
For mountain biking, follow the logo indicated on the red signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
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