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Switzerland is loaded with opportunities for adventure, making it the perfect year-round destination for any adrenaline junkie. From skiing to climbing to white water rafting, Switzerland packs a countless number thrilling options for its size. Each region offers its own unique specialty, making rail travel between the many outdoor sport hot spots the ideal way to experience in this country and all its potential for fun.

Les Diablerets: Hike the iconic Glacier 3000, then coast down on the country’s highest toboggan run! This area also offers some of the more challenging skiing and snowboarding.

Saas-Fee: Want to ski in the middle of summer? Saas-Fee has got you covered. This stop also features the speedy Feeblitz Bobsled Run—the only one of its kind!

Interlaken: One of the world’s best spots for paragliding, skydiving, and zip lining. And don’t miss the whitewater rafting on the Lütschine River.

Davos: Enjoy Schatzalp—the longest toboggan run in Switzerland—any time of the year! Davos also offers a variety of ski resorts for all levels.

Zermatt: Enjoy skiing and snowboarding year-round with ski lifts to the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, the highest ski destination during the summer months.

Leukerbad: Truly Switzerland’s most challenging climbing path—the Gemmi Pass with long ladders leading up the Daubenhorn, then regenerate in Leukerbad’s thermal spas.

Grindelwald: Don’t miss your chance to hike the famous Eiger Trail! This spot also offers a variety of ski resorts.

Biel: This spot features some of the best mountain biking. Don’t miss Chasseral and Mont Sujet’s clearly marked trails.

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