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Finding a hiking trail in Switzerland

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I would like to re-hike a trail I hiked many years ago in Switzerland. Here is what I remember.

I believe it was south of Basel (Aesch) and probably to the east.
I was dropped off at the beginning of the hike and picked up at the end. Since my friend was driving from Aesch I think it was no more than an hour or so from there to both the beginning and the end.
The hike took about a half day as I recall.
The most notable feature of the hike was that it followed (in part at least) an old unpaved road that had been built by the Swiss military. Along the way several Regimental Crests (or whatever they are called in the Swiss military) were carved into the rock. Some still had their painted colour on them. I would guess the road had been built around the time of WW1.

Can anyone identify the location from this? Neckervd? WeisserTee?

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