The caves are open daily from 1 April to 31 October, from 9am to 5pm. Last admission to the caves is at 5pm. The tour can be done independently in any weather. Here you will find all the information you need to enjoy a memorable trip to the Höllgrotten caves.
The Höllgrotten can be reached from Baar on a good road. Parking spaces are available free of charge on site. Navigation system entry: Lorzendamm 28, 6340 Baar (from Lorzendamm follow the road for approx. 3 km through the forest).
From Baar railway station you can cycle 4.5 km on an asphalt road through the forest. Would you like a longer itinerary? The Höllgrotten are located on the Switzerland Mobility Lakes Route (stage 7). More information about the tour can be found on the Switzerland Mobility website.
And those who don't have a bike can rent one for free in Baar. More information can be found at Zug Tourism - Bike rental.
The caves can be reached on foot in about an hour from Baar railway station. Alternatively take bus no. 3 (Baar Lättich) to the Paradies stop and from there it's a 40-minute walk or from Zug railway station take bus no. 2 to Tobelbrücke-Höllgrotten and from there it's a 25-minute walk.
Tickets can only be purchased on site at the kiosk. Payment can be made in cash (only CHF) and by EC and credit card (except American Express), as well as by Reka card and Reka checks.
|Adults from 16 years|
|Children 6 to 16 years||6 CHF|
|Children under 6 years||Free|
|Teachers / Apprentices / Students / Military (with ID)||11 CHF|
|Tell Pass Adults||9 CHF|
|Tell Pass Children||6 CHF|
|Kultur Legi Adults||8.40 CHF|
|Kultur Legi Children||4.20 CHF|
The tour can be done independently in any weather.
You hike through the Höllgrotten at your own pace. The whole tour takes about 45 minutes. Depending on how long you stay at each location and how long you immerse yourself in the information on the boards.
The temperature in the caves is constantly around 10° Celsius and it may drip from the ceiling. It is therefore advisable to bring warm clothes and a raincoat. The caves can be easily accessed by stairs and paths, but closed shoes are recommended because puddles and wet spots have to be walked through.
Due to the partly narrow passages and stairs it is not possible to visit the Höllgrotten caves with wheelchairs, prams or buggies. Dogs are allowed in the caves, but must be kept on a leash.
After buying the tickets at the kiosk, a path leads up through the forest for about 10 minutes to the entrance. Walk through the root, mane and fairytale grottos and the enchanted castle in the upper cave, then take an outdoor path to the lower grotto, where you can admire the lake grotto, cathedral grotto, fable grotto and coral gorge! The exit is at the kiosk.
A trip to the Lorzentobel is worthwhile not just because of the unique dripstone caves, the surroundings offer many activities and refreshment possibilities for an interesting day trip.
Along the Lorze there are many grill and bathing places to enjoy a picnic on a beautiful day. The kiosk is part of the ticket booth and offers various hot and cold drinks, sweets, crisps and ice cream. In addition, the Höllgrotten restaurant is only 10 minutes away from the cave entrance.