Walking-area

Bauma is the centre of an expanded, well marked and developed moving way net. It is a term for all nature and moving friends. The ways lead across bridges and stairs, by wonderful forests, past at many waterfalls and cascades into wild-romantic forest ravines.
   
       

Guyer Zeller paths

Adolf Guyer Zeller was born 1839 in Neuthal near Bauma and died 1899. He was an industrial magnate and a textile entrepreneur and a promoter of the railway organization. At the end of the last century, he let to build up wonderful walking paths in Neuthal near Bauma.
He was an industrial magnate and a textile entrepreneur and a promoter of the railway organization. At the end of the last century, he let to build up wonderful walking paths in Neuthal near Bauma. It was for the relaxing of his spinning mill workers. The Guyer-Zeller-paths are unique in its arrangement and size, and today still as attractive as at that time.
The paths:
From Bauma to Wila (Chämmerliweg). From Bauma over Loch over Hohenegg to Neuthal (Hoheneggweg). From Bauma to Neuthal (Siliseggweg). From Bauma over Stoffel over Hof to Neuthal (Stoffelweg). From Bauma over Stoffel over Hittnau to Pfäffikon (Luppmentobelweg). From Stoffel to Neuthal (Chringelbachweg).
The castle Altlandenberg was from 11 to 14. Century ancestral seat of the Landenberger. In the year 1957 acquired Jakob Wolfensberger, a manufacturer from Bauma, the castle hill and let the ruin excavate and conserve.

Railway romance - steam railway

There is a shut down railway between Bauma and Bärenswil. It was opened in 1901 by the Uetikon Baumabahn and taken over in 1947 by the SBB (Swiss Federal Railroads); witch was closing this railway in 1969. But on certain days an old steam-railway is panting and hissing on these tracks. That is the steam railway of the DVOZ (Steam course association of Zürich Oberland) which after a special timetable drives.
A steam course travel on 6 km long romantic railroad line, in the middle of the trip area Tösstal-Zürich Oberland, is an experience for adults and children.