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We will be travelling to Luzern for four days and to Locarno for five days near the first of
Sept. What peaks should we go to in the Luzern area? We have been to those around
Interlaken on an earlier trip. Which route should we take to Locarno? What are the "must
see" sight in Locarno area? Can we get to the church by Botta in Mogno by boat/bus?
Which route should we take from Locarno to Zurich? We will have a Swiss Rail Pass.
Thank you for any advice.

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