The Swiss Parks Network is the umbrella association for parks and park projects in Switzerland.
The Schaffhausen Nature Park presents unique natural and cultural treasures, with a wide range of features: from the Rhine to the Randen hills, forests, typical villages and vast vineyards and crops. The Park includes the Swiss regions of Randen, Südranden, Hochrhein, Klettgau and Reiat and extends over two German municipalities, making it the first trans-border park in Switzerland.
The Argovia Jurapark, a hilly landscape of the Jura Mountains and Tabular Jura, lies between Brugg, Laufenburg, Rheinfelden and Aarau. Located near the urban centres of Basel and Zurich, this natural and relaxing space invites you for exciting experiences and various activities. The park office is located in Linn (Bözberg municipality), not far from the "Linner Linde", a magnificent centuries-old lime tree.
Ideally located in the mountain range of the Solothurn Jura, Thal Natural Park and its landscapes rich in flower meadows, mountain restaurants and castle ruins can be explored on foot or by bike. Our insider’s tip: follow the theme and discovery trails, visit the many museums and enjoy delicious specialities from the region.
The typical landscapes of the Franches-Montagnes, alternating between vast wooded pastures and deep forests, have been shaped over the centuries by livestock farming of horses and cattle. To the north of the plateau, steep slopes plunge towards the Doubs, whose gorges form a large part of the natural border with France.
Balcony of the Swiss Jura, the Chasseral portrays many faces: pastures, vineyards, combs, plateaus and valleys. Its inhabitants, proud of their roots, are pioneers of high technologies. Quality watches and cheeses of great reputation are a sure bet. Here, everyone can enjoy life’s true pleasures
Just a stone's throw from the cities of Geneva and Lausanne, the Jura vaudois Nature Park stretches from the summit of the Dôle to the medieval village of Romainmôtier, famous for its abbey church. To the north is the Vallée de Joux, famous for its watchmaking expertise and its lakes. On the other side of the Jura ridge dominated by Mont Tendre, the villages at the foot of the Jura offer breathtaking views of Lake Geneva and the Alps.