Farmers’ challenge

Once you reach the valley station of the cable car in Reigoldswil, you and your group go up in the modern 6-seater panoramic cable car to the sunny Jura landscape. Our guides are waiting to greet you at Wasserfallen. You then set off on a short walk (approx. 10 mins.) to the Wasserfallenhof.

In the rural surroundings you are divided into smaller groups to undertake the different disciplines of the farmers’ challenge. These include: sawing wood, casting horseshoes, spitting cherry stones, balance beams, eco-memory and lots of fun! Our guides record and evaluate the different results.

At the end the rankings are announced and there are small local prizes for the winners amongst you. The speedy descent by scooter leads you back down to Reigoldswil.

Additional offerings

If you want to spend some more time in the Wasserfallen region, you can combine the farmers’ challenge with:

  • llama trekking
  • a visit to the forest high wire park
  • a guided hike
  • a tour of the “im Feld” local museum in Reigoldswil


Your physical well-being must not be overlooked and we are happy to organise for you:

  • an aperitif or snack
  • a barbecue with meat, various salads, bread and a piece of fruit with coffee for dessert (incl. mineral water)
  • a lunch package
  • other requests if possible


Did you like the Wasserfallen region so much that you want to spend two days here? Then ask for an overview of the different accommodation opportunities in the region.


The offering is suitable for groups such as companies, clubs, school classes or families of 10 people or more.


From May to October with early reservation, daily from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm. Also run in the event of bad weather.


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Ask for a detailed offer, tailored to your needs, from:
Sibylle Rieder, tel. 061 941 18 20, e-mail

The team of the Reigoldswil-Wasserfallen cable car is also available to answer any further questions: tel. 061 941 18 20, e-mail.

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