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E-Scooter Picnic Tour Lake Walen


To enjoy the full glory of Lake Walen, an e-scooter is ideal. It will take you to the most beautiful spots along the shore of the lake quickly, easily and in an energy-saving way. A picnic bag filled with delicacies from Heidiland is provided for your excursion to the Riviera of Eastern Switzerland. All you have to do is find a secluded spot along the 150-metre-deep Walensee and enjoy the panoramic view. The imposing Churfirsten peaks rise above the deep blue lake, and on the opposite shore you can spot the Mediterranean village of Quinten.


Start at Hotel Marina Walensee in Unterterzen. Drive to Quarten via Rüti (Rütistrasse) to the Murgbach waterfall. Then back to Murg along Lake Walen and along the lake route to Unterterzen. Note: On the e-scooter you can reach a speed up to 20 km/h and you can cover a range up to 65 kilometres.

Route description incl. map and GPS data are available for download on OutdoorActive.

Recommended resting places / vantage points

  • Benches for resting at Hotel Neu-Schönstatt in Quarten
  • Playground Kastanienweg Murg
  • Murg bathing beach
  • Unterterzen bathing beach

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Tour details

  • You can do the tour from 09.00 -12.00 or 14.00 - 17.00 
  • Time required: 1/2 day (pure driving time ø 1.5 hours)
  • Distance: 10 km
  • Altitude difference: 260 m
  • Level of difficulty: easy


  • Bike lock: yes
  • Bike helmet: on request (on loan)
  • Tour with children: from 14 years (with moped pass) or from 16 years

Individual group tours up to max. 12 persons possible on request. Contact: Heidiland Tourism, Tourist Office Flumserberg, T +41 81 720 18 18flumserberg@heidiland.com

Cancellation policy

If cancelled or modified up to 16:00 on the eve of the date of arrival, no fee will be charged. If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, 100% of the price of the reservation will be charged.

Payment policy

The total payment of the reservation is required at the time of booking.


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