The three large moor landscapes in the canton enchant with their unique beauty and biodiversity. These wet and marshy areas are home to a variety of rare plant and animal species that have adapted to the special conditions. Mosses, heather, and sphagnum mosses adorn the rolling hills and create a colorful backdrop. During the dawn, the mist bathes the moors in mystical light and gives them a mysterious aura.
Moor hike Reussspitz
The city, country, river hike across the Reussspitz connects a picturesque moorland landscape with the urban space of Zug.
In the valley of the river Biber, the plain between Rothenthrum and Biberbrugg, among other things, the largest still existing raised bog in Switzerland, covering more than 100 hectares, was created.
Moor hike Zugerberg
The moor on the Zugerberg is considered one of the most beautiful in Switzerland. The above-average diversity of mire types is unique.
Hike Seleger Moor
A hike to two places where silence, scents and tastes are perceived in very different ways.