Photo 1:
Pilatus (2120 m), panoramic summit in Central Switzerland. From Alpnachstad reachable by cog-wheel railway (photo) and from Kriens by gondola-lift and aerial cablecar.
swiss-image.ch/Philipp Giegel

Photo 2:
Hiking trail from the Pilatus (2120 m) to Tomlishorn in Central Switzerland with panoramic view of the Bernese Alps.
swiss-image.ch/Franziska Pfenniger


Altitude: 2119m
Accessibility:
Gondola railway from Kriens (Lucerne) via Krienseregg to Fräkmuntegg, cableway to Pilatus Kulm
Cog wheel railway from Alpnachstad (boat or train from Lucerne) to Pilatus Kulm
View: Lake and town of Lucerne, Rigi, Bürgenstock, Titlis, Stanserhorn; Central and Bernese Alps
Attractions: Secure rock path to Oberhaupt, Esel and Tomlishorn; high ropes park and summer toboganning on the Fräkmüntegg
Special comments: The world’s steepest cog-wheel railway and trips from Alpnachstad to Pilatus through spectacular walls of rock.