Foxtrail is a unique and fun way of disovering a Swiss city while solving riddles, deciphering messages and interpreting clues as a team for a duration of around 2.5 hours.
Foxtrail has been available for a number of years in Zurich, Berne, Basel, Lucerne, Aargau, St. Gallen and Thun. More than 100'000 participants take part in this urban game every year. In 2014 it was newly launched in Lausanne with two trails: „Alti“ which leads participants through the old city and the woods of Lausanne as well as „Citi“ which features the park of the Olympic Museum and the lakeside.
Foxtrail is perfect for families with kids from 8 years old, groups of friends as well as tourists who are looking for a fun alternative to a classical city tour. A Foxtrail can be booked up to the same day on www.foxtrail.ch. Participants then collect the tickets, which include public transport, at the city’s main station. This is also where the trails start.