From the lime tree in Linn to Thalheim
More PostBus for Brugg ! Take a day trip to discover the Jura Park Aargau and the beautiful Brugg region. When you reach the top of Linnerberg Hill you will immediately see the majestic 800-year old lime tree, a popular photo subject and a filming location of a well-known Swiss TV programme.
At the highest point of Linnerberg Hill the views of the Alps are spectacular. Along the way you will come across some old boundary stones which used to be the border between the Schenkenberg county and the Kasteln region. An impressive view of the Jura mountains opens up at Buechmatt. The Schenkenberg Ruins are another highlight on this lovely hike. Once you have taken a good look at the old walls, follow the path down to the winegrowing village of Thalheim. A culinary stop at “Wygärtli” is a veritable must to end this day.
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Timetable 50.137 Frick–Bözen–Elfingen–Effingen–Brugg
Timetable 50.371 Brugg–Schinznach Dorf–Thalheim
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Use the well-marked hiking trails to explore the Brugg region on foot.
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The majestic 800-year old lime tree in Linn is one of the oldest trees in Switzerland. It is located at the entrance to the village of Linn, a scenic overlook, popular with photographers and the starting point for many walks around Bözberg.
The Schenkenberg castle was built in the 13th century by the Habsburg dynasty. For 260 years it served as the administrative seat for the Schenkenberg bailiwick of Bern. In the 18th century it began to fall into disrepair.
Restaurant serving regional home-cooked meals and local wine. An ideal starting or ending point for many hikes in the Schenkenberg Valley.
Further information about Restaurant Weingarten
Whether you choose chicken in the basket with hay flowers or served on a wooden board with hay, the fantastic KNEUSS chicken specialities are simply delightful!
Further information about Restaurant Sternen