Huskies and a Slice of Heaven – Swiss Travel Special

Lose yourself in the deep, icy blue eyes of a pack of playful huskies. And in the lush, picturesque location of Muotathal.

The Husky Lodge has plenty to offer for active families. You can choose to spend only a day or pack for a weekend getaway to explore the region at leisure.

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My Swiss Story: Huskies and a slice of heaven

Huskies

Huskies are working dogs and therefore very strong and always raring to go. Their size and wolf-like appearance can be intimidating for some, but in behavior, they are just like attention-seeking puppies.

They will happily lie belly up for a generous rub and lick children lovingly without a care. Give your adrenaline a boost and the children a time of their lives with an unforgettable adventure with these beautiful dogs.

And the best thing is that, you can visit the Husky Lodge all year round for the most unique and exciting activities that let you enjoy the region in all its glory.

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My Swiss Story: Huskies and a slice of heaven

Activities

First, the landscape with gurgling streams, the surrounding mountains and forests will take your breath away. Then, the super active huskies will leave you panting for breath. This place is a lodge and a kennel where they offer various tours (in Deutsche & English), from walking the dogs to enjoying a trek or a scooter run with them through meadows and forests. You’ll be accompanied by knowledgeable and experienced mushers who’ll tell you lots of interesting facts about the lifestyle of these star residents.

Check out the summer tours here and make sure you book in advance.

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My Swiss Story: Huskies and a slice of heaven
 

Food and drinks

After you’ve worked up an appetite with the huskies, settle down for a sumptuous meal. Whether you want a lively summer grill or a cozy winter fondue, the lodge’s full-service restaurant caters to all tastes in all seasons. You can also combine your tour with a meal in the restaurant or simply grill sausages over a campfire.

The highlight during the summer months is the BBQ with live music and the dates for it this year are – 8th & 22nd July / 5th & 19th August.

Flyer for more information here

In and around

Muotathal is tucked away in the prettiest corner of Schwyz. The idyllic surroundings and postcard-perfect nature offer endless hiking trails and leisure activities. The world’s steepest funicular, the Stoosbahn is a definite must-do if you are in the area. Take the chairlift to Fronalpstock and enjoy the most gorgeous 360-degree views of Lake Lucerne from the summit.

You can find more information on the area highlights here

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My Swiss Story: Huskies and a slice of heaven

Getting there

By car

From the Autobahn exit Schwyz – direction Muotathal and then follow the signs Husky-Lodge. The lodge is located about 1 km outside the village. Journey time from Autobahn exit Schwyz to Muotathal is about 20 minutes.

Parking is available on site.

By public transport

From SBB Schwyz station take the Auto AG Schwyz bus towards Muotathal and get off at Muotathal, Hintere Brücke. Walk approx. 15 mins along the river bank to the Husky Lodge. It’s well sign posted for directions.

 

So that’s one weekend sorted for you! Check out the Husky Lodge website for all the latest tours, times, prices and event details.


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