Rigi mountain

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Rigi Mountain, also called Mount Rigi, is a mountain in Switzerland. It is located between Lake Zug and Lake Lucerne. The closest towns are Goldau and Vitznau. The height of Rigi is 1797 meters above sea level.

Rigi is a popular tourist attraction. Hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter are popular acitivies.

The summit of Rigi can be reached by two cog railways, Vitznau-Rigi-Bahn, build in 1871, and Arth-Rigi-Bahn build in 1875.