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Switzerland help needed, please

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I am planning a major European tour, concluding with 10 days in Switzerland.

 

One day I will be driving from Lauterbrunnen to Vaduz, via Reichenbach Falls, the Susten Pass and Walensee. When I get to Walensee, the main road (A3) enters a long tunnel which bypasses Muhlehorn. It looks like there is another road, near the railway, which has a shorter tunnel and then runs along the waters edge through Mulehorn. I cannot find any way to leave the A3 and take the coastal road, which, I suspect, would be more scenic than the inside of a tunnel.

 

If there is anyone who knows that area, could you please advise whether it is possible to get onto the coastal road without first going through the A3 tunnel?

 

Thanks

 

Tony

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A3_motorway_%28Switzerland%29

 

The highway section has been extended since 1986 with the opening of the Kerenzerberg Tunnel (5.76 kilometres or 3.58 miles), which handles the road to Murg / Sargans. The old six tunnels and the road on the shores of Lake Walen were converted to unidirectional operation and now form the carriageway to Weesen / Zurich.

 

Happy Traveling

Hans

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Leave Exit 44 and change from Highway 3 to National Route 3.

 

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Hans

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Thanks for that help, Hans. I'll definitely avoid the tunnel if I can, exit 44 sounds the right way to go.

 

Cheers

 

Tony

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