The Albisturm is a 33 meter high observation tower of the municipality Langnau am Albis in Switzerland. He stands on the 877 m above sea level. M. Hoch Hochwacht, which was still Schnabel until the construction of the observation tower. Today, the formerly known as Schlossbühl survey carries just a little southeast of the name Schnabel, on which is also the ruins of the beak castle
The viewing platform can be reached via 152 steps and 2 intermediate platforms.
The observation deck at a height of 30 meters offers seating. The observation tower grants a 360 degree panoramic view. You can see various lakes as well as the Alpine panorama from Säntis to the Bernese Alps.
In addition to various barbecue areas, there is a small pavilion, which was renovated during the construction of the observation tower.
From Albispass you can reach the lookout tower on foot in about 30 minutes. The journey from Tüfenbach ago is about 1 kilometer long and leads over the Pfisterbodenstrasse, which is initially developed as a dirt road. At the edge of the forest the dirt road ends and a path leads almost to the beak castle. Shortly before, it crosses the ring road that leads directly to the viewing platform.
April 14, 2019
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