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Where can I travel with the Adventure Card?

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Where can I travel with the Adventure Card?

The Adventure Card only allows free or discounted traveling in the eastern Valais, Uri, western Graubünden and part of the Bernese Oberland.

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How the map works

  • Free and discounted traveling is explained in the bottom of the map.
  • Traveling with the Adventure Card applies to all trains operating on the indicated lines and which are listed in the timetables. The train type (InterCity, local, panoramic) and the operating company do not matter. Panoramic trains such as the Glacier Express are thus included.

Top attractions covered by the Adventure Card


  • Cable car from Betten to Bettmerhorn: 50% off
  • Train to Betten: free


  • Cable car from Fiesch to Eggishorn: 50% off
  • Train to Fiesch: free

Glacier Express

  • Train from Zermatt to Disentis: free
  • Train from Disentis to Chur: 50% off
  • Train from Chur to St. Moritz: no discount
  • Seat reservations and surcharge: no discount


  • Train from Zermatt to Gornergrat: 50% off
  • Train to Zermatt: free

Klein Matterhorn - Glacier Paradise

  • Cable car from Zermatt to Klein Matterhorn: 50% off
  • Train to Zermatt: free

Lötschberg Mountain Railway

  • Train from Bern to Spiez: no discount
  • Train from Spiez to Kandersteg: 50% off
  • Train from Kandersteg to Brig: free
    (only valid for BLS operated trains, not SBB trains)
  • Train from Brig to Domodossola: free
    (only valid for BLS operated trains, not SBB trains)


  • Gondola and funicular from Saas-Fee to Mittelallalin: 50% off
  • Bus to Saas-Fee: free


  • Funicular and cable cars from Zermatt via Sunnegga and Blauherd to the Rothorn: 50% off
  • Train to Zermatt: free

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