The Klingenstock and the Fronalpstock are two mountains in the Schwyzer Alps that are located between Stoos and Riemenstalden in the Canton of Schwyz. The two mountains are connected by a ridge trail that provides great views of Lake Lucerne. This lake is the fourth largest in Switzerland and is famous for its unusual shape which can be seen best from the surrounding mountains (including Klingenstock and Fronalpstock). As the two tops are accessible by a chairlift the hike hasn’t to be strenuous as one can start at the top of one mountain and just hikes along the ridge to the top of the other mountain. The Klingenstock is 1.935 metres high, whereas the Fronalpstock is with an elevation of 1.921 metres slightly lower.