Cherry Blossom Hike Zug – Goldau


The trail leads through magnificent cherry orchards and idyllic forests and offers picturesque views of Lake Zug, the valleys of the Mittelland, the mountains of the Pre-Alps and the majestic peak of the Rigi.

Kirschbäume stehen auf einer blühenden Wiese. Im Hintergrund ist der Zugersee und der verschneite Pilatus zu sehen.

Cherry culture in the Zug-Rigi region has been cultivated for half a millennium. The Zug Kirsch and the Rigi Kirsch have been coveted beyond the country's borders for 200 years, and Zug and Schwyz are known for their blossoming high-stem cherry trees. An impressive example of this is the "Arther Kirschgarten". Wild cherry trees grow in the forests above the eastern shore of Lake Zug, and chestnut trees have been found on the climatically spoiled slopes of the Walchwilerberg since the 14th century.

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