Explore one of the largest caves in the world on this guided caving tour. An underground climbing park of the extra class is waiting for you.
About this This offer
About this This offer
3.5-hour cave hike with fantastic rock formations
Underground experience on the Hölloch course
Experience the acoustics and darkness of a cave
Certified, diploma cave guide according to SSH (Swiss School for Caving)
Ideal program in any weather
Climb, crawl and slip through mysterious cave passages
3.5 hours cave tour
Equipment (helmet, headlamp, rubber boots, caving gloves)
Cave explorer overall rental: + 25 CHF
Cave aperitif or raclette: + 15 - 58 CHF
BBQ: + 55 - 85 CHF
Fire and fakir show with hellhole devil (20 min.): + 280 CHF all-inclusive
Souvenirs on site: 5 - 69 CHF
The Hölloch in the rural and beautiful Muotathal is one of the largest explored caves in the whole world. An incredible 200 kilometers have already been explored. Underground water was able to create the cave system for over a million years
The guided tour through the cave is a very special experience, because you can walk an underground climbing path. You climb, crawl and climb up and down ladders. Nevertheless, this excursion is no problem at all with normal condition!
You can expect a half-day guided tour in the cave of the hell hole!!!
Meeting place: Hölloch Wärterhaus
In front of the guard house you will meet your guide and other participants.
Preparation: equipment and introduction
You will be equipped by the provider with everything you need for the caving trip. Your guide will explain what you need to know for the experience.
Activity: Caving course
You will be provided with exciting information about the history, the rock or the animals living in the cave during the tour through the cave. The underground climbing park consists of side passages, bottlenecks, ladders, deep sections and much more. A real experience where you will see impressive rock formations and stalactites! In good weather conditions you can also admire sinter formations, which are only entered barefoot for their protection, or discover the cave surface on a karst hike.
Good news: Neither claustrophobia nor fear of heights is a problem in the cave hole, according to experience. The narrowest parts are very easy to cross and the darkness in the cave does not allow you to look into the depths.
Hölloch Wärterhaus, 6436 Muotathal, Switzerland