The Stoosbahn is a funicular railway in the Swiss canton of Schwyz. It connects the HintereSchlattli in the municipalities of Muotatal, Morschach, and Schwyz with the village and mountain resort of Stoos, above Morschach. On a length of 1.7 kilometres, it overcomes a height difference of 744 metres.The Stoos railways connect to the car-free mountain village Stoos - while setting a world record. The funicular railway from Schwyz to Stoos is the steepest in the world. A technical wonder, which makes the trip a one-of-a-kind experience. Once you reach Stoos, a paradise of stunning landscapes and holiday leisure awaits.
The mountain village above Lake Lucerne is a destination for a variety of family trips and offers a range of mountain sports activities. Breathtaking views await you on the panorama terrace of the Fronalpstock and on the ridge walk from Klingenstock to Fronalpstock. Families can discover the Teufboni moor on an experience trail and have fun in the waters of the small Stooslake.
The winter sports region on the Fronalpstock and Klingenstock offers 35 kilometres of fun on the pistes. Both amateurs and professionals will find a piste suiting their wishes as well as a course in the snow sports school based on their skills. Loipen, Freestylepark and winter hiking trails are prepared on a daily basis. Tobogganers and airboarders can speed down the slope on separate pistes on the Fronalpstock.