Winter Tell-Pass – for winter activities in the Lake Lucerne Region

Photo: Vincent Croce


Long sledge runs, winter footpaths, undreamt-of peaks and record-breaking cog and funicular railways and aerial cableways: Central Switzerland boasts an extensive network of routes. Discover the Lucerne – Lake Lucerne Region in winter with the Tell-Pass – it's so easy to get around! By purchasing one ticket, you get unrestricted travel on trains, buses, boats, mountain railways and aerial cableways throughout the Lucerne – Lake Lucerne Region. Choose between 2, 3, 4, 5 or 10 days of unrestricted travel. The Tell-Pass starts at CHF 110 for two days of unrestricted travel.

For instance, hop on the boat from Lucerne to Beckenried, then take the aerial cableway up to Klewenalp and hire a sledge for CHF 10 per day. The longest sledge run in the region is 9 km long and leads from Klewenalp through beautiful winter scenery via Stockhütte down to Emmetten. You can then take a Postbus and Zentralbahn train back to Lucerne.

Many more mountains are waiting to be discovered with the Tell-Pass. How about a trip to Melchsee-Frutt, Stoos or the Pilatus followed by a sledge run?


Location and contact

Transportunternehmungen Zentralschweiz
Sempacherstr. 1
6003 Luzern
+41 (0)41 360 70 73