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Swiss national park

With the onset of winter from mid-November, the Swiss National Park is enveloped in a thick blanket of snow. In order not to disturb the animals during this time, the park is closed over the winter. Spring arrives late in the national park. Nevertheless, the first hiking trails are accessible again at the end of May and the park opens up in new splendor to the curious visitor, who can be inspired again by the unique landscape. In the months of July and August, the park presents itself to us in full splendor, because then the diverse flora in the high alpine location thrives in full bloom. Wildlife viewing is best at this time of year - a pair of binoculars should not be missing on the hike. In autumn the days are getting shorter again and the harsh weather initiates the upcoming winter. The national park is getting ready for hibernation.