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The hike to get there is pretty steep, even when taking the cablecar, but it is worth the struggle. Also don't forget to give a look at the San Bernardo cathedral on the way, great looking both inside and outside. The only snag is the...More
Started off easy by taking the gondala up one station at Monte Carasso.
The path was marked and paved at the beginning, ranked fine for families, and indeed I met several (being on the way back) but it must not have been easy for the...More
The bridge offers a beautiful view down into the valley below and connects two excellent hiking trails up the rolling hills of Ticino. While the wind gust can get quite strong on the bridge, we felt safe as the bridge is secured with all sorts...More
The place itself is astounding, the bridge is amazing and the nature is breathtaking. A must do if you like walks and a bit of adrenaline, but never forget water and a picknick since there is no bar close there.
You can leave the car near cableway station.
You must follow the signaled way.
At the end you will arrive near a church and you will find the bridge.
The bridge is particular, funny and scaring.
The path is quite hard, but the view during...More
To see the Tibetan bridge either hike from the village, Monte Carasso, (near Bellinzona) or take the gondola to the top and walk back down through the forest passing small stone homes and the San Barnard Church. Either way the hike is worth it! During...More