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Itinerary Help: Amsterdam-Zurich/Basel-Geneva in 10 days?

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I'm having some problems trying to bridge two distinctly different destinations into one itinerary. Not sure if this is too much to pack into one trip to Europe given my time constraint. I like to spend time outdoors and hike, so I am focusing my trip on areas that are great for walking/hiking.

So far, I am budgeting myself 3 days in and around Amsterdam/Den Haag (plus 1 day of travelling from USA), then taking the night train to Basel. From there I would like to continue on to Lucerne, spend 1 day there (plus the 1 travel day), Interlaken (2 days), and 2 days in Montreux, fly out of Geneva. Does this sound like too much?

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