Belchenfluh

High above the Belchenfluh, at 1098.8 metres above sea level, there is a fantastic vantage point offering a panoramic vista and complete with information panels, making it a real draw for hikers and walkers.  

A wonderful hiking area stretches between Eptingen, Waldenburg and Langenbruck: romantic trails over rocky ridges entice you to climb the 1098.8 m Belchenfluh, from where you’ll have an unparalleled view. 
This viewing point is the highest point of the Swiss Belchen ridge, on the border between Basel-Landschaft and Solothurn cantons, and is best reached on foot. On a clear day, you will be rewarded with a beautiful panorama of the Black Forest, the Vosges mountains and the Alps. You can even see as far as the Mont Blanc! The Belchenfluh is easy to get to from Chilchzimmersattel and the Challhöchi pass. The last stretch of the track to the rocky summit is steep but handrails are provided.