Published On: Sat, Apr 2nd, 2016

5 Peaks in Switzerland that attract travelers



Switzerland includes in one of the best tourist spots in the world and also a luxurious holiday place. The Swiss people have ideal the art of attracting people with a lot of gems they hold. The majority of Switzerland’s magnificence is laid in the mountain peaks marking the country. A few from them are extremely popular whereas some are unseen in flimsy corners for the eager wanderers to find out. These peaks are covered with ice and green fields. Whereas cruel and icy winds will particularly welcome you at every step, the amazing scenes will temperate your heart at the similar time.

Mount Pilatus

Approximately each geographical splendor we familiar of has a legend connection with it in a number of ways or the other. Pilatus is without exclusion. Similar to a well-liked narrative, Pilatus, standing tall at 2132 m south west of Lucerne, later than the little of the Roman ideal Pontius Pilate whose dead body was redundant into a lake on crest and it consequently is actually haunted.


Stationed tall and appealing at 1800 m, Rigi is also warmly recognized as the ‘Queen of the Swiss mountains’. When in Rigi, witnessing the sun rising and setting afar the horizon of Lake Lucerne can propel you into a profound position of daze.


It is hard to not take shaded by the large spread of snow that frames up much of Mount Titlis, Central Switzerland’s largest mountain. Approximately 3238 m over sea level, this natural enormous can be contacted by a revolving cable car, of all things.

Harder Kulm                  

The name of ‘Harder Kulm’ seems tremendously odd and hilarious when inquired a local regarding day-trips that could get from Interlaken. Though, Interlaken’s residence mountain is similar to a heaven for hikers and those appearing for impressive sights of the Monch, Eiger and Jungfrau.


Schilthorn, located almost 2970 m over sea level magnetized tourists from across the globe having to the verity that one of the much admired Bond films, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, was shoot there.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.