There are several restaurants along the hiking route, but you may prefer to pack a picnic lunch (and plenty of snacks)! The weather can change rapidly in Switzerland; be sure to wear layers and bring a waterproof jacket.
The trail is not stroller-friendly; bring a backpack or carrier for little ones, instead.
This hike is best on a clear day to fully enjoy the mountain views!
This is a high-altitude trail that's only open for the season from mid-June to mid-September, when the trails are free of snow.
The only real costs are the train and cable car tickets. Luckily, kids under age 6 travel for free with a parent. For kids between the ages of 6 and 15, look into the Junior Travelcard, which, for a one-time purchase of €30, allows them to travel with a parent at no additional cost.