Swiss Peak Pass

The revolving restaurant on the Stanserhorn. swiss-image.ch/Christian Perret

A Swiss Peak Pass Offer That’s Untoppable

Enjoy access to some of Switzerland’s majestic peaks via mountain trains and cable cars when you book the 4 or 8 day Swiss Peak Pass in addition to your consecutive 4 or 8 day Swiss Pass. The Swiss Peak Pass must be used in conjunction with a consecutive 4 or 8 day Swiss Pass. With the Swiss Peak Pass you’ll have access to 8 specific Swiss Peaks during the validity of your consecutive 4 or 8 day Swiss Pass. Sale dates for this pass offer are October 1, 2013 through December 12, 2014. Valid for travel from January 1 through December 23, 2014.

Excursions to the spectacular Switzerland mountains include: Mt Stanserhorn near Stans with a ride on the world’s first open top convertible cable car, Mt. Allalin located near Saas-Fee, Mt Brienzer Rothorn near Brienz, Mt Cardada near Locarno, Mt Niesen near Mulenen, Mt Rochers-De-Naye near Montreux, Mt Saentis near Schwagalp, and Mt Corvatsch near St. Moritz. The peaks have slightly different seasons, so book accordingly to optimize your travel. It’s also important to note that the Swiss Peak Pass offer is only good when used in conjunction with a consecutive 4 or 8 day Swiss Pass. So let’s go. The pinnacle of vacations has never been easier to reach.

Here’s what’s included:

    • Choice of 4 or 8 day to be used in conjunction with a 4 or 8 day Swiss Pass. (Note: the number of days on your Swiss Pass MUST match the number of days on your Swiss Peaks Pass.)
    • Unlimited access to the mountain trains and/or cable cars of the following peaks:
      • Mt. Allalin (near Saas-Fee)
      • Mt Brienzer Rothorn (near Brienz)
      • Mt Cardada (near Locarno)
      • Mt Corvatsch (near St. Moritz)
      • Mt Niesen (near Mulenen)
      • Mt Rochers-de-Naye (near Montreux)
      • Mt Saentis (near Schwagalp)
      • Mt Stanserhorn (near Lucerne)

 

Conditions:

    • The 4 day Swiss Peak Pass is only valid when used in conjunction with the consecutive 4 day Swiss Pass. The 8 day Swiss Peak Pass is only valid when used with the consecutive 8 day Swiss Pass.
    • Not valid with any other Swiss Pass validities, Swiss Flexi Pass or Eurail Pass including Switzerland.
    • Swiss Peak Pass does not alter the number of travel days on the Swiss Pass.
    • The Swiss Peak Pass is 85% refundable up to 1 year after the purchase date when it is returned with the corresponding 4 or 8 day Swiss Pass that has not been validated or used.
    • Prices are subject to change.

    Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No other discounts (other than qualified free shipping) can be combined. Valid for bookings made on or before 5:00pm ET on December 12, 2014. Valid for travel from January 1 to December 23, 2014. All travel must be completed by December 23, 2014.

     

Can I use the Swiss Peaks Pass with any rail pass?

No, you can only use the Swiss Peaks Pass with a corresponding Swiss Pass.  The days on your Swiss Peak Pass must match the days on your Swiss Pass.

Where are the peaks located and are they available year round?
  • Mt. Allain is accessable from Sass-Fee.
    Open from January 1 - April 25 & June 27 - December 23 2014.
  • Mt Brienzer Rothorn is accessable from Brienz
    Open from June 7 - October 26, 2014.
  • Mt Cardada is accessable from Locarno.
    Open from March 11 - November 2, 2014.
  • Mt Niesen is accessable from Muelenen.
    Open from April 19 - November 16, 2014.
  • Mt Rochers-de-Naye is accessable from Montreux.
    Open from January 1 - December 23, 2014.
  • Mt Saentis is accessable from Schwaegalp.
    Open from February 8 - December 23, 2014.
  • Mt Stanserhorn Cabrio is accessable from Stans.
    Open from April 12 - November 16, 2014.
  • Mt Corvatsch is accessable from Silvaplana and St Moritz.
    Open from January 1 - May 4, June 21 - October 19 and November 22 - December 23, 2014.

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