Zurich: outdoor pursuits

C&IT highlights four summer options for the city of Zurich.

E-Bikeboard tour: Enjoy Zurich and environs driving E-Bikeboards, eco-friendly electric scooters. Tours can be taken around Zurich city and lake, Zurich West, the city district, Zurich Dolder, downhill to the city, around Lake Greifensee and around Zurich International Airport. 

Tailor-made Segway: Discover the best of Zurich and its region cruising with the latest environmentally friendly and electrically powered Segway. These guided tours, for groups of up to 17, enable participants to enjoy a different view of the city of Zurich and its surroundings and can also be combined with guided city tours.Various routes along Lake Zurich and individual tours are available. 

Sight jogging: Discover the sights from a new angle by sight jogging through Zürich. Experienced city joggers and running guides will lead you through Zurich at a comfortable jogging pace, ranging from five to seven minutes per kilometer.

DragonboatIn a vessel that looks more like a dragon from a medieval myth than a boat, up to 20 paddlers try to move forward as fast as possible, using muscle force only, requiring synchronization of all the individuals in the boat to win the race. The journey starts and ends in Zurich-Wollishofen. 

Visit C&IT's Zurich Destination Guide here

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