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Re: Where to go with 2 kids for a few days in Switzerland?

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Re: Where to go with 2 kids for a few days in Switzerland?

Camping is a great idea if you’re up for it. The Grisons is littered with great spots for families - Flims for example has a bit of everything
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Re: Where to go with 2 kids for a few days in Switzerland?

My friend’s two teenage kids adored Grindelwald. They had fantastic weather and did all the activities including riding go carts down the mountain. They still regret not staying longer than two nights.

As much as I adore Europapark, I hate standing forever in line and have always avoided the summer months to visit.

Seil parks are fantastic and your kids will love the idea. Also, a later afternoon swim at the local Badi is also a great way to cool off and let them see how the local kids live.

And then there’s renting e-bikes/bikes to cruise the countryside. One fun ride in my area is Goeschenen to Fluelen with a dip at in the lake at your destination. Sbb rents bikes for this ride.

If you’re looking for a mountain to climb, two good ones are:

The Mythen
The ridge walk on the Stoos. (A personal favourite). This one involves taking up the funicular and riding a gondola, a hike of three hours and then go down to Brunnen and cool off at the free Badi
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