There is something absolutely magical about the autumn. Wearing sweaters, indulging in cooler temperatures and experiencing the gorgeous colors in nature, all make this our absolute favorite time of the year for hiking.
Having the opportunity to hike through the many vineyards that fill the Swiss landscape, is an experience not to be missed. So, if you are looking for the perfect local hike that screams autumn, this hike is for you. With vineyards at the start and the end of the hike, this route is a feast for the eyes. With paved paths throughout, a farm and scenic views, plan to make this hike over a relaxing weekend or with visitors.
The colors and the fresh air make this hike perfect in October and November. Take your camera and get ready to experience vineyards like never before!
Good to Know:
This is a relatively easy route on walking paths throughout.
Beautiful during the peak of autumn, but really any time of the year is great!
Toilet located at the small park in Pratteln and in Muttenz across from the church and down the stairs.
The route is roughly 7 km, which might be long for tiny legs.
Bring your own snacks and water.
Dress for full sun exposure.
Bring your camera! Yikes, this route is beautiful! Especially in October and November!
There is are a few sections of this hike that are on roads shared with cars. Please use caution and watch children carefully.
Start: Pratteln Banhofstrasse (tram 14)
Finish: Muttenz Dorf or reverse
Time: Roughly 2 hours
Accessible via tram 14 – Pratteln
Kilometers: Roughly 7.3km
Trail Markers: Follow the white and green trail markers indicating, “Rebenweg.”
We have completed this hike several times and enjoy this easy trail immensely this time of the year.
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*This post was previously published on our former site More2Explore.