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Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge Hiking

Cross the Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge with one of the guides at Explore-share.com on your next hiking adventure in Switzerland!

The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge is the longest in the world and spans a distance of 494 meters. It is located in Randa, Switzerland, and is part of the Europaweg, a hiking path that connects Zermatt and Grächen. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Hiking trips in Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge. The mountains are calling!

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The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge is the longest of the world and crosses the awe-inspiring Grabengufer ravine.


Good to know:

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Swiss franc


French, Italian, German, Romansh


Cold and snowy in the winter, mild in the summer

Best time to visit

Open: May until October. To be avoided in stormy weather

How to get there

By foot from Randa: 2-2.5 hours <br />By foot from Grächen or Zermatt: 6-7 hours

More info about Hiking in Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge:

The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge was opened on July 2017. It is 494 m long and 65cm wide. The bridge is part of the Europaweg and crosses the Grabengufer ravine. Due to its modern design, it is not only safe and stable but also a unique place in Switzerland to catch sight of the Alps from up high. However, keep in mind that the bridge is transparent, so you should avoid it if you are afraid of heights. Don’t miss the chance to visit this remarkable Swiss landmark on an exciting hiking adventure with one of the certified guides at explore-share.com!


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