Directions

Its best to come from home under your own steam either on a bike or using inline skates.

by bike

Please use the detailed regional route network from SwitzerlandMobility.

 

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by inline skates

Skaters that live along the route or come from the right bank of Lake Zurich or the Linth plane can skate to slowUp. It is also possible to use the Veloland routes for part of the way (unsurfaced track shown with a dashed line on the web map). Skaters that live farther away should go by railway or ferry to slowUp. Unfortunately, SwitzerlandMobility cannot provide any directions for skating to slowUp.

by railway

You will find the best railway schedule to the Lake Zurich slowUp at www.sbb.ch and www.zvv.ch. All trains will be running on their normal schedule. The trains do not have enough space for a large number of passengers to load their bikes, so there is no transport guarantee. Therefore, please plan your arrival to the slowUp by bike.
For bicycles which you take onto the train yourself, you need to buy a bicycle ticket.

by bus

Attention! No bicycles can be transported by bus to the Lake Zurich slowUp due to a lack of space.


Changes in bus routes: The line 952 Stäfa - Kehlhof - Uerikon will not be running, the lines 925 Meilen - Stäfa and the line 630 Uznach - Eschenbach - Atzmännig will not be making all stops.

Further informations

by ferry

To arrive at the Lake Zurich slowUp from the left bank (Thalwil - Pfäffikon SZ), the "swimming bridges", that is, the Lake Zurich ferries are the best option. The ferries will be running on the Sunday schedule for the Lake Zurich slowUp.

On Sunday, 24 September, slowUp participants with bicyles and pedestrians will travel free of charge due to the inauguration of the new ferryboat "Meilen".
 

by boat

The boats of the Zürichsee Schifffahrtsgesellschaft (Lake Zurich Boat Company) will bring you over the water, up the lake or down the coast to slowUp. Or you can enjoy a ride with a glimpse at the ever. The boats do not have enough space for a large number of passengers to load their bikes, so there is no transport guarantee.

Passengers travelling on boats of the Lake Zurich Navigation Company (ZSG) are required to pay a surcharge of CHF 5.

They are not obliged to carry bicycles.

by car

If possible, please do not come by car. Use www.mitfahrgelegenheit.ch. There will be a limited number of chargeable parking spaces, ranging from car parks to public parking spaces, in Meilen, Rapperswil, Schmerikon and along the route on Sunday.

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