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Zug Climate Trail

Climate protection – looked at from a different perspective

The Climate Trail reminds us how much we are dependent on nature and the climate. Many of the stations have a playful approach, and are therefore ideally suited for children and the young-at-heart.
Wooden posts with short texts have been set up along the circular trail on the Gottschalkenberg. Many of the stations are also supplemented with installations that are intended to deepen the information, provide food for thought, and make it possible to experience and understand it. They should astonish the visitors and open their hearts. Some stations also offer the possibility of carrying out an activity.
The Climate Trail presents the challenges of the future and the problems associated with climate change, but also indicates new perspectives and opportunities. Anyone who walks the trail should gain strength and confidence from it.
  • Infobox
  • Opening hours: Daily
  • Entrance: Free of charge
  • Arriving by public transport: Take the Bus No, 1 from the Bahnhofplatz Zug to Oberägeri Station, and Bus No. 10 from Oberägeri Station to the Raten Pass. From the Raten Pass by foot to the Gottschalkenberg, hiking time approx. 30 minutes, a distance of 2 km, climbing 90 metres of altitude.
  • Arriving by car: Zug – Unterägeri – Oberägeri – Alosen – Raten Pass – Gottschalkenberg. There are a limited number of parking spaces in front of the Restaurant Gottschalkenberg that are, however, usually occupied, especially in good weather. Additional parking spaces are available on the Raten Pass.
  • Special items: Special information and games ideas for school classes and children between 6 and 12 years of age.
  • For more information: www.klimaweg.com/zug

  • Climate Protection Programme Plan: Faltblatt