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Become a patron of the Goat Trail.

You can find all the information here!


Hello dear friends

The sweet little Saanen goat lives with her family on the beautiful Blüemlisberg goat farm, high up at 1,200 metres above sea level, in the Sattel-Hochstuckli hiking and ski region.


She can play around and climb about to her heart’s content with all her friends in the big barn, which was built in 2017. But her favourite thing is to be outside in nature, chomping gleefully on juicy grass, flowers and herbs. She enjoys the warm sunshine and loves the visitors – young and old – whom she meets on the Blüemlisberg mountain.


Lots of families with children, in particular, hike along the wonderful trail over hill and dale to her farm. That’s because they can not only eat delicious cake there – but also feast on the best goat’s milk ice cream in the world.


Something special is coming in August 2021: a themed adventure trail.

The really great thing about it is that this trail reveals lots of fascinating insights about goats – and the adventure stations are also translated into English.

How cool that there’ll soon be a Goat Trail!

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Info about the Goat Trail


The Trail

You can find all the details and interesting facts about

the Goat Trail here.



Find all the latest news about the project and the origins of the Goat Trail here.​


Behind the scenes

Who actually came up with the idea for the Goat Trail and how were the lovely adventure stations made? Get to know the makers of the Goat Trail.



Would you like to support us? You can find all the information about our sponsoring options in our sponsoring file. 


in the heart of Switzerland

The family-friendly mountain Sattel-Hochstuckli is located in the heart of central Switzerland, between Lake Lucerne and Lake Zurich. It can be reached quickly by car or train from Zug (30 mins), Lucerne (40 mins) and Zurich (45 mins).

The Goat Trail runs from Mostelberg (Sattel-Hochstuckli AG mountain gondola station) to the Blüemlisberg goat farm.  


The themed adventure trail includes seven interactive stations that playfully explain the world of goats. Fun, games and education for the whole family. 

We look forward to your visit!

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