Hiking

Across the uplands of Ins

Ins – Ins

Across the uplands of Ins
  • Length

    • 10 km
    Length
  • Ascents | Descents

    • 350 m | 351 m
    Ascents | Descents
  • Duration

    • 2 h 40
    Duration
  • Technical | Fitness level

    • Family friendly | Very easy
    Technical | Fitness level

An easy hike, which will appeal to those interested in history and culture.

This easy hike which starts at the Ins-Dorf railway station is suitable for the entire family. A stop at St. Jodel’s playground will be especially appreciated by the kids. There is also a barbecue area. The trail continues to the ruins of “Hasenburg”. We return to Ins via “Fürstengräber” (princely tombs), a burial mound dating back to the early stone age.

Good to know

Good to know
    • The Eisser Weg, is a sign posted adventure trail of a network of four routes leading through Ins.
    • The Hasenburg is the remains of a huge medieval castle.
    • The Fürstengräber (princely tombs) are burial mounds from the Early Iron Age.
    • Extensive panoramic view from the Titlis to the Chasseral and the famous “Vue d’Anet”.

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Links & PDFs

Contact

Contact
Ins
Ins - Ins
Ins - Ins

Town

Ins

Ins lies at the edge of the Great Marsh, right on the language border.



More infos
Old hospital, Ins