Hello! I will be staying in Lucerne for three nights in July and would like to do some hiking. I've heard of the Klingenstock to Fronalspstock hike and I wondered if anyone has done it. It sounds like a beautiful hike. I am a 62 year old female who is in fairly good shape (I run, bike, and lift weights regularly). I'd love to do the hike but I will be traveling alone and I always get a tad nervous about hiking solo in case anything should happen.
You'll be fine if you're in relatively good shape and are an intermediate level hiker. Its a typical Swiss ridge hike - the path runs along the ridgeline (or straddles it back and forth) with a steep drop on the sides. Its well worn, with steps and chains as needed. As long as you don't suffer from vertigo or have a fear of heights you'll be fine. Just use common sense while you're hiking (or taking pictures) and pay attention to the weather. If you go there on a weekend, you'll be in the company of many Swiss families; during the week you might see fewer people on the trail but you definitely won't be the only person on the trail at that time of year.
Thanks for the input! I'll be arriving in Lucerne on a Saturday afternoon so maybe I'll try to get the hike in on Sunday when there are more people around. I don't hike all that much but I run regularly and I'm not afraid of heights. Thanks again!