Mount Rigi day pass
Attraction passes

Mount Rigi day pass

Free cancellation
Availability: June - November
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: from 2 hours to 6 hours
Do this because
  • Have an adventure on a rack railway
  • Get a glimpse into the history of the area
  • Experience the Queen of the Mountains at the Rigi
  • Enjoy a break from everyday life
  • Take in the fantastic views over Lucerne and the highest Alpine peaks of Switzerland
What to expect

Ride on Europe's first railway in Rigi, the Queen of the Mountains. Enjoy a unique combination of rack railway and cable car and enjoy an exhilarating outing by Luzern in the heart of central Switzerland.

Discover Rigi, a mountain range in central Switzerland with a particular charm. Choose for yourself how you would like to discover the Queen of the Mountains with its outstanding 360-degree panoramic view overlooking the Swiss Alps and lakes.

Take the first mountain railway in Europe (since 1871), which travels from Vitznau to the top of the mountain (Rigi Kulm; 1797 meters above sea level). Or travel to the top from Goldau with the rack railway on the north face, from where you can also access the small cable car departing at Kräbel, going up to Rigi Scheidegg. From Weggis, the cable car travels to Rigi Kaltbad, where you can transfer with the rack railway to the Rigi Kulm.

All of the valley stations can easily be reached from Lucerne by boat to Weggis/Vitznau or direct train to Goldau as well as from Zurich with a direct train connection to Goldau. Each valley station also has car parking facilities.

Summer (11. March - 30. November 2019):The Rigi Day Pass includes all 4 modes of transport for the whole day. The mountain rage offers different hiking- and walking trails of approximately 120 kilometers with fantastic panoramic views. This is a popular area for all fans of walking or for those seeking respite and relaxation away from the beaten tourist path. Be aware during summer months the Rigi is not covered in snow!

Winter (1st December 2019 - 8th March 2020):The Rigi Day Pass includes all 4 modes of transport for the whole day. Skiers and snowboarders can use the ski lifts on the Rigi. Hiking enthusiasts can look forward to about 40 kilometers of well-groomed hiking trails with fantastic views. Active people have the great opportunity to discover the Queen of the mountains by sled or with snowshoes.

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What's included
  • Cogwheel railway from/to Vitznau
  • Cogwheel railway from/to Goldau
  • Cable car from/to Weggis (closed from 16.11.-27.11.2020)
  • Cable car from Kräbel to Rigi Scheidegg
What's not included
  • Rental of winter and skiing equipment
Reduced price
  • Children ages (6-15): reduced
  • Infants ages (0-5): free
  • ATTENTION: For 2020 all children under the age of 16 travel for free (if they carry valid proof of their age)

From Arth-Goldau: RIGI BAHNEN AGHochperron Goldau Bahnhofstrasse, 16410 Goldau, Switzerland

From Vitznau: RIGI BAHNEN AGStation Vitznau Bahnhofstrasse, 76354 Vitznau, Switzerland

From Weggis: RIGI BAHNEN AGStation Weggis Rigistrasse, 736353 Weggis, Switzerland


Mt. Rigi from Arth-Goldau, Vitznau and Weggis:

  • Departure daily from 8.00am - 5.00pm

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Rigi Bahnen AG
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 1 day before the activity begins.

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