Public Transport Puzzle Trail.

The scavenger hunt around Zug by rail and bus.

What is the Public Transport Puzzle Trail?

The Public Transport Puzzle Trail is a scavenger hunt around the canton of Zug on public transport. You can choose from three routes, each with seven stations. There is a puzzle to solve at every location. Solve it to find out which stop to go to next. Have a guess, climb aboard, go to the next stop and the game continues...

The routes are distinguished by different colours and letters. Each route is a round trip. This means that any of the stops can be used as the starting point – as soon as you find a puzzle board you can start guessing... We’ll give you just one clue: all three routes meet at Zug station, making this the ideal starting point (station concourse, departures board at the meeting point).

What do you need?

In addition to a valid public transport ticket, you’ll need a sharp mind (or maybe a bit of help from Google) and around four hours for each route.

If you don’t have a public transport travelcard, we recommend that you buy a day pass for the Zug fare network that is valid for all zones.

How much does it cost?

The Public Transport Puzzle Trail is free – you just need a valid public transport ticket.

Who created the trail?

The Public Transport Puzzle Trail was opened by ZVB and SBB in December 2014 as part of the celebrations for “Bus and rail – ten years of the best connection”.

We hope you have a thrilling adventure around the region of Zug on public transport!

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