History and glamour. The village of Stansstad and the Bürgenstock mountain are located on Lake Lucerne in the midst of enchanting scenery, so it comes as no surprise that the region was inhabited more than 2000 years ago and, more recently, attracted world-famous celebrities.
Boat and funicular, footpaths, PostBus: the Bürgenstock can be reached any number of ways. With four hotels, international restaurants, sports facilities and a fantastic spa complex, the Bürgenstock Resort is unique worldwide. The resort experienced its heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, welcoming world stars such as Audrey Hepburn and Sophia Loren. Much more recently, nine years were spent renovating it in readiness for its reopening in the summer of 2017.
The famous Cliff Path "Felsenweg" is open from Mai to October, depending on the weather and snow. During winter, the Felsenweg and Hammetschwand-Lift are closed.
Further hiking tips can be found on the folding map "Bürgenberg-Erlebnis".
|Directions||The Bürgenstock is a 30-minute drive away. The resort can also be reached by boat, train, footpath or bus.|
The lake and the mountains are in close proximity in Stansstad. What better than a dip in the clean, refreshing water after a hike or an MTB or roller-skating tour? History and culture vultures will enjoy the exhibitions in the Sust building or concealed Fort Fürigen. Sust Stansstad usually hosts four art exhibitions a year, organised by the Stansstad Cultural Commission. Most of the artists come from the region.
|Directions||Stansstad is a 20-minute drive from Lucerne, but it can also be reached by train, bus or boat.|
In 2003 a recreational diver chanced on the remains of a pile dwelling settlement dating back to 4100-3100 BC. The settlement in Kehrsiten is now a UNESCO world heritage site of national importance.
Fruit educational trail
A freely accessible fruit nature trail leads past around 26 traditional fruit varieties. Some of them are ProSpecieRara varieties. These are site-specific cultivated plants that are threatened with extinction. The trees are cultivated by Christoph Ulrich & Luzia Zwyssig from the organic farm Hobiel.
|Directions||By boat you reach the two boat stations Kehrsiten-Dorf and Kehrsiten-Bürgenstock. From Kehrsiten-Bürgenstock to Bürgenstock you can take the funicular railway "Bürgenstock Bahn".|
Die Kehrsitenstrasse wird in den nächsten Jahren totalsaniert. Die Strasse ist wie folgt gesperrt: Vom 26. Oktober bis 18. Dezember 2020 und vom 4. Januar bis 1. April 2021 ist die Strasse werktags von 8.00–17.00 Uhr gesperrt. Im April 2021 ist die Strasse werktags von 8.00–12.00 und 13.30–17.00 Uhr gesperrt.